[REL] "Bindi the jungle girl" TV series

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[REL] "Bindi the jungle girl" TV series

Postby Jacen » Fri Oct 30, 2009 12:47 pm  1 likes

I wonder if anyone has this series or anything
else with Bindi in it?


http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0885425/
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bindi_the_ ... (TV_series)
http://kids.discovery.com/tv/bindi/bindi.html
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Re: [REL] "Bindi the jungle girl" TV series

Postby jkecal » Sun Mar 21, 2010 10:58 am  7 likes

I have 22 series of this serial, but it takes 3,6 GB on shared disk, so I can release it for limited time only.

Bindi is nice, but after viewing of several series, I found all other only as repeat of the same approach.

On the other hand, I do not like similar activities of eco-enthusiast without notion about ecology, biology and natural sciences at all (as Free Willy), who promote care for biological individuals instead of care for biodiversity, saving of all biological species, genofonds, locations (nika) etc. Their activities bring often more damage then advantage. To say nothing about open eko-terrorists like Greenpeace.The first condition for improving environment consist of detailed knowledge of nature, natural mechanisms and natural procedures, not of contrariwise voluntary activities. Pray to saving environment brings no advantage.

Unfortunatelly, such amateurs control also such serious political institutions, like Council of Europe. Enviromental problems are abused for political propaganda of the contemporary US administrative. Propaganda atacking human emotions, not intellect. Such activites are simply destructive.

Fortunately, serial Bindi the Jungle Girl belongs to those realtively acceptable ones.

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Re: [REL] "Bindi the jungle girl" TV series

Postby kev » Sun Mar 21, 2010 3:06 pm  0 likes

Very cool, jkecal.

Looks like you beat lb to the punch!! ;) Apparently he's been debating releasing this series probably for some of the same reasons you talked about.

Anyway, we appreciate just having this available to make the choice! :thumbsup

Too bad Bindi's parents weren't as 'nature-oriented' as Tippi's. Aside from her actually 'going native', nothing to me is as impactive as Tippi wrestling with the cougar. I don't think I could have EVER let my child get that close to such an unpredictable wild animal in the live.. :eyecrazy

Thanks Jacen for bringing this to our attention, and jkecal for posting the links. :heart

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Re: [REL] "Bindi the jungle girl" TV series

Postby loverboy » Sun Mar 21, 2010 6:52 pm  0 likes

Well done jkecal!
As kev quite rightly said, I was dragging my heels on releasing these, mostly because I felt watching one episode was quite sufficient before the boredom set in. Thanks for saving me the job! :clap
There's also the matter of my view that Bindi is an incredibly ugly child.......I'd better stop now....... :)

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Re: [REL] "Bindi the jungle girl" TV series

Postby kev » Sun Mar 21, 2010 7:50 pm  0 likes

loverboy wrote:...There's also the matter of my view that Bindi is an incredibly ugly child.......I'd better stop now....... :)

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Re: [REL] "Bindi the jungle girl" TV series

Postby ptguardian » Mon Mar 22, 2010 7:59 am  0 likes

an acquired taste she is :eyecrazy......... to me all children are beautiful unless they are bratty little monsters :icon_1whip

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Re: [REL] "Bindi the jungle girl" TV series

Postby Jacen » Mon Mar 22, 2010 12:37 pm  0 likes

Come on guys, give her a break. She
doesn't seem to be an obnoxious
person and I don't think she's ugly. :naughty

Anyway, thanks Jkecal! :clap
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Re: [REL] "Bindi the jungle girl" TV series

Postby starfish21 » Mon Mar 22, 2010 8:21 pm  0 likes

that link to discovery kids should include a warning that the webpage will shriek at you :icon_1idiot

i almost shat myself......my speakers were up quite high :blush
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Re: [REL] "Bindi the jungle girl" TV series

Postby Phuzzy4242 » Tue Mar 23, 2010 12:46 am  0 likes

starfish21 wrote:i almost shat myself......my speakers were up quite high :blush

:)

I'm going to pass this one up... just the 3 minute preview on that site was enough to last me awhile. This one's obviously geared toward the younger kids. I agree with ptg that all kids are cute except the brats, but a little bit of this goes a looonnngg way.
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Re: [REL] "Bindi the jungle girl" TV series

Postby mactopolis » Sat Apr 16, 2011 8:40 pm  0 likes

he/she is in need of special attention..a baratty child is a hurt and sad child inside..most people would find it very difficult to reach that side of a bratty child's mind..even psychologist's fail..

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