TV back then wasn't just about learning to count, the colours and the alphabet. It wasn't about adults in leotards clapping ridiculous patterns at children or household items that live under the sea. TV shows of the 80s taught us manners, etiquette and moral lessons. They taught us to read. A set of fraternal twins taught us to solve problems with science -- and it was cool.
Jentzen Michael Shea
Communications Professional, Professor
Jentzen Michael Shea is a communications professional and freelance writer living and working in Toronto. He is also a part-time professor at the post-secondary level teaching communications and public relations. A self proclaimed pop-culture junkie, he loves all things food, fashion and fame.
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