David Perlmutter is a freelance writer based in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.
Sometimes, I think that my life might have flowed in an entirely different direction had I not been alive to witness The Powerpuff Girls. The brilliant television animation series that aired from 1998 to 2005 (and not, it should be pointed out, the recent and feeble attempt to revive past glory on the part of its network by reviving it) and its marvelous lead characters both.
Rocky and Bullwinkle
Show business is full of incomparable duos. Partnerships thrive in it because of the uncanny ability of pairs to connect and spread joy and charm through a joint effort and desire to please. They exist in practically all endeavors within this broad level, and their work has enriched areas that might otherwise remained barren.
Hi. My name is David, and I’m an Aspie. That is to say, I’m someone who is afflicted with Asperger’s Syndrome, a neurological condition first diagnosed by the man it is named for in the 1940s, but not fully accepted as a condition until several decades later. As Wikipedia puts it, it involves the appearance of problems with social interaction and non-verbal communication, “along with restricted and repetitive behaviors and interests.”