Wonder Twin Powers Activate!

Finally, the controversial episode from this static duo’s past has recently been unearthed. “Wonder Twins Gopher Moat” is now available on YouTube and all the dirt they never wanted you to see has finally been made available.

This short episode documents something everyone who has had to suffer through a Wonder Twins episode already knows: a lack of imagination when using the tools available is not only irresponsible, it is potentially murderous. Shame on them!

To quote the brilliance of Scott Leslie:
“…and so ‘gopher moat’ enters the vocabulary of educational technologists everywhere – a half-baked, ineffective solution.”

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6 Responses to Wonder Twin Powers Activate!

  1. nathan rein says:

    This was hilarious. Thanks you — not just from me, but also from the ethicist down the hall and his twelve-year-old son.

  2. jimgroom says:


    We obviously share many cultural diversions, and I am glad I can help channel the seemingly endless supply of pop culture craziness. I don’t think I have ever had so much fun in my life, except of course when I was consuming all this the first time around 🙂

  3. Introducing a brand new phrase:

    Gopher Moat Politics“:

    Working hard to get it ito the lexicon, and pin the name “Wonder Twins” to Schumer and Fienstein.

  4. jimgroom says:

    That’s awesome, Mike! Scott Leslie gets all the credit for the edtech meme via his twitter.

    That would be so awesome if they show this video on Fox News!

  5. So in a typical blog story, this went from you to me to the front page of DailyKos in like 24 hours.


    [scroll down a little]

    Of course I used it as an analogy for DiFi and Chucky S. But same difference really.

  6. jimgroom says:


    Front page of Dailykos? Holy shit, that’s even better than Fox News 🙂

    You’re my blog hero!

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