Yesterday I heard people will be able to buy all pink packs of Starburst. I didn’t think it could get any better…until today.
The Boomerang internet-video service — which will not carry any ads — will launch sometime in the spring of 2017, priced starting at $4.99 per month. It marks the first time the two companies have offered the WB-owned animation library of 5,000-plus titles from Hanna-Barbera, Looney Tunes and MGM on a streaming platform. New and classic shows on the service will include “Bugs Bunny,” “Scooby-Doo,” “Tom & Jerry,” “The Jetsons” and “The Flintstones,” with content rotated weekly.”
Let me paint the picture for you. You wake up (hopefully) Saturday morning. Your head is throbbing and your overall life is in complete shambles. There are a few immediate essential lifelines (that are legal) I can think of: blue gatorade, greasy food, and fucking vintage Boomerang cartoons. People my age are going to spin classes, wineries, having weddings. I don’t need any of those in my life. What I do need are 70 year old cartoons while I sit in my boxers and eat hardened leftover Dominos from the night before. $5? What a steal, that’s Flintstone pricing right there. I mean how do you put a price on being able to watch ‘The Jetsons’ whenever you so please? I don’t know about you but this April you can find me in a dark room with the blinds down eating pink starburst by the pound watching vintage cartoons. Things are looking up!
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