It all started with a simple question. My son wanted to know what my favorite television show on Nickelodeon was when I was a kid. I told him that there was no Nickelodeon. He was stunned.
“No Nickelodeon?” he replied, both shocked and alarmed, “I feel bad for you.”
But he hadn’t heard the worst of it. I then shared with him all the other simple pleasures that I grew up without.
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