In this episode we trek through the seldom spoke of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’ short film from 1992, paid for by the United States Bureau of Land Management called “The Mystery Of The Cliffs!”
Here the TMNT teach us about the desert, camping, cave dwellings, petroglyphs, custodianship, archaeological theft, and the insurmountable responsibility that U.S. Bureau of Land Management Rangers have to bare in order to maintain our countries historic sites!
Featuring the costumes from the TMNT’s Coming Out Of Their Shells Tour, the voice cast from the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 1987 animated series, and select scores from the Turtles’ 1990 live action movie. This is the meta mutant mashup we never knew we needed until now!
- Are you a fan of the TMNT adventures outside of the sewers/city?
- Do you (like us) wish they had made more Ninja Turtle long form PSAs like this?
- Did this motivate you to be a better turtle, ninja, and/or American?
- Did this inspire you to be a more conscious custodian of your surroundings?
- Do you believe that the astral projection of “Splinter” was actually Splinter or was it his “rat faced dude guy” ancestor from 400 years ago?
- What are your thoughts on exercise as punishment?
Let us know your thoughts and/or answers to the questions above either in the comments below or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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