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Cartoon Network Cartoons

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Cartoon network used to be a place where any one of any age was able to watch cartoons at any point in time. It was the only television station on basic cable to show cartoons 24/7. But now they show realistic violence, revolting jokes and images, and our children of today are compelled to imitate these cartoons. There was even a ten year old boy on the news because he was killed when he and his friends imitated a cartoon called "Naruto". Adult swim is a portion af cartoon that shows cartoons at night containing strong adult content. Children that are unfortunate to have only basic cable are forced into watching these cartoons before bed, or at night when unable to sleep. Also, children, children in hospitals are forced to watch adult swim as well. Classic cartoons and movies are rarely ever seen on this channel anymore. "Tom & Jerry" and sometimes classic movies are shown in the morning when almost all children are in school or asleep. Wile parents try to teach their children to be well mannered, cartoon network's new cartoons undo all of that which is taught, it encourages mal-mannered, ill-behaved, violent children, and that is why children of today are so compelled to be and act in this manner. I believe that classic cartoons should return, and adult swim should be moved to a different channel, or completely removed, because it is unfair to children unfortunate enough to have to watch it.

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  • louis
    louis United States, Lithonia
    Jun 07, 2015
    Jun 07, 2015
    i mad at the newcartoon network its changed from what it was back in the day its sad very sad
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