Ramona called, she wants her dress back. WALL-E called, he wants his chips back. Funny nerd jokes. Get it, chips, as in computer chips, potato chips, paint chips, pun intended. Are Smart Phones and 5G killing us?
My first memory of ever being at a zoo might have been this one time when we were at the zoo in Portland, OR in maybe 1989 when I was only 4 years old. I like elephants. We rode in the small trains. Love gardens, forest, animals, cats.
From 1985-1989, this comedy science fiction television show focused on the robot daughter of the family, not Data from Star Trek: Next Generation, and not ALF, a weird cat-eating dog alien who was almost as weird as an android would be, but rather it starred not Siri or Artificial Intelligence (A.I.) or even worse, Facebook, but rather, the Voice Input Child Identicant (VICI or Vicki), played by Tiffany Michelle Brissette.
We got Tiffany's autograph at the zoo probably in 89. It's no small wonder that Katie and Ricky got pictures with her, and that is pretty cool, I guess, rolling my eyes, just kidding. She went on to study law or to be a nurse or something.
Here she is singing on the 700 Club.
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2018-08-03 Friday 10:40 PM LMS | Small Wonder Zoo
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