Real Name: Steve Robert Irwin
February 22 1962, – September 4, 2006
Known as The Crocodile Hunter, an unconventional wildlife documentary series which he hosted with his wife Terri Irwin. He also owned and operated the Australia Zoo at Beerwah in Queensland with friend William Rollo and his wife. In 2002, he had his first feature film, The Crocodile: Collision Course, which recieved negative ratings (it cost $13 million budget). In 2004, he took his newborn child to one of his shows, where he was accused of child endangerment, it was revealed on Good Morning America that he doesn't endanger children. On September 4, 2006, he was fatally stabbed in the heart by a stingray, where Steve met his demise. Gone but not forgotten
Me: Did you watch Good Morning America today? Crocodile Hunter died.
Other Guy: I saw it at 6:00 A.M.!
Me: So did I!
Another Guy: He died?
The year that people thought the world would end. The Y2K bug was a glitch that on the day it turned 2000, old computers would mistake it as the year 1900 (a LONG time ago). They fixed computers. Thought to be the start of the third millenium, but since there was no year zero, 2001 (a way better year, even if Burger King had veggie burgers in 2000) had to start it. 2000 only started the new century.
Interviewer: What were you doing in the year 2000?
Me: I was working as a bank teller.
A new Cartoon Network show about a Japanese band called Puffy AmiYumi. It's made in America, and it doesn't portray Japan correctly. 1 yen is more than less than a dollar. AND BY THE WAY, it's Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi. Not what puffy ami yumi like your retarded brain on drugs that aren't cool.
Wanna watch an episode of Hi Hi Puffy Ami Yumi I made in TV-14?