Making Oatmeal

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Sit back and relax as we explore Making Oatmeal which is a random outline sneak peak preview thumbnail on the life of Oatmeal Joey Arnold.

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Roy Merrick died in 2019?

Making Oatmeal

Oatmeal Daily - 2023-03-02 - Thursday | Published in March of 2023


The purpose of this post is to outline things I made, thus the title of this article being Making Oatmeal. In doing so, let me quickly define make. What do I mean by things I've made in my life? Well, I mean the process of creating, designing, building, constructing, developing, forming, assisting in, aiding in, helping in, things, stuff, art, drawings, buildings, movies, songs, articles, websites, and what have you. Now, I may not want to generalize the definition of making to be broad as to include things I did. Like I won a dancing contest in like 1992. But I did not make the contest. I was in the contest. So it may be an open debate whether or not I would include winning a dance contest as something I made. I'm using that as an example of what I mean. I've made a few exceptions. But for the most part, I wanted to try to outline some of the things I made in life. But I don't always know when I made what.

The 1990s

Like I know I was building like tree houses, forts, random things, in the 1990s. I helped in building things on and off for years. I'm trying to include as many things as I can. I'm not mentioning every single video, drawing, article, photo, meme, etc. I'm mostly jotting down random things from the top of my head. Consider this a quick introduction outline preview trailer sneak peak at my life. I've included a few links for more information. I've mentioned and referenced many different things from my life and beyond. I've not taken the time to explain what those things are.

Losing Oatmeal.

I was born in 1985. I started drawing more often probably in 1990. Probably less so and less often before that. I think I have some of my drawings from 1990 and beyond. Not sure if I have anything from before 1990 minus when I was in Awana Cubbies in 1989. Again, here is an outline of some of the things I made in my life. I cannot really remember everything I did. I left out a lot of details. But I tried mentioning the highlights as follows. But please consider this entry to be a random outline of a few items. This is not really a resume CV portfolio of all of my projects, my work.


In 1990, I drew a little.


In 1991, I made Bart Simpson art. I was also drawing Indians, people. As I got older, I started drawing more and more. One of the main themes of the 1990s was drawing. Most of my childhood happened during that decade. In the 2000s during high school, I took a lot of art classes.


In 1992, I made a Mt. St. Helen comic. On our way to California in December, I made the Infinity Complex idea within my brain. I was thinking about eternity and what it would mean to count to infinity forever while living in it. It would take an eternity to count to infinity.


In 1993, I made the Balloon Oatmeal idea personified in a picture of myself on a platform with wheels and balloons. The concept was that I would travel the world as an evangelism, a motivational speaker, and/or as a white Michael Jackson singer musician. I was also drawing Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (TMNT).

Melting Oatmeal.


In 1994, I was drawing. I eventually started drawing these pyramid like houses either in like 1994 or before like 1997. I was handing out drawings to friends like Cynthia and Belinda. Well, some of them would look at my drawings. I think I gave some of them some of my art and/or they were just looking at them. So perhaps I got some of the drawings back. But I think my intent at that time was to make art and give them away to people.


In 1995, I helped in the making of the CCBC Christmas play by reciting my lines as a shepherd who saw a star. I made a script for the Power Rangers Kids I movie we made in 1996.


In 1996, I helped in the making of Power Ranger Kids I. I made the movie with the help of my brother, younger sister, mom, Bill & Janet Bailey, Tiffany & Michael Cumbo, and Puffer or Poffer the cat. Not sure how to spell his name. We also made other home videos that year too.


In 1997, I made Power Ranger Kids II. Like 1996, we made home videos in 1997 as well. I started a diary. In like 1997 or 1998, I made the Action Stripe or Action Strip comic series starring Sparky & Jimmy Cricket Ninja.


In 1998, I would draw and write. I was probably still making the Action Strip series.


In 1999, I made a newspaper series for my FGG trailer park, Rose Grove.


In 2000, I made Ra Ra. In 2000, I helped in the making of the Idaho Trip.


In 2001, I made Red Dog while filming Gangster Run with my brother Rick in July. After that, I made A Cat's Life. I built like a tool chest thing out of wood in high school.


In 2002, I made art related stuff. I was taking art classes. I made a jar thing out of clay.


In 2003, I made The Year Books series. In 2003, I helped in the making of the Girl's Basketball for that season.


In 2004, I made my Pocket Ball Table for my Senior Project which is required for graduating my Forest Grove High School (FGHS). I donated the table to my Hillsboro Community Baptist Church (HCBC).


Probably in 2005 or before 2007, I made L4OJ which is Limitations For Oatmeal Joey.


In 2006, I helped in the making of the Quebec Trip.


In 2007, I helped in the making of Revolution Hawaii II. In 2007, I helped in the making of Get Your Joy On (GYJO) with Jeffrey Walters, Mejee Lutcher, and others.


In 2008, I made Never Let Go, a song on guitar. Also wrote I Just Want To See You Smile on piano. I made Ice Breaker Oatmeal at Camp Kuratli.


In 2009, I helped in the making of Spaceman & Diaper Boy, Lady in Red as Oatmeal transitioned into a woman, and also the giant baby. After that, I made Animals Are Dying. I made my Ojawall channel on YouTube which was suspended in 2017.


In 2010, I made Arnold Attic, the story of Billy Breaker, as a cover to Forty Four Tapes of the Forest Grove Ghetto (FGG) home videos of Oatmeal Joey Arnold. I made a Salvation Army Soldier out of me. I helped in the making of the Camp Redwood Glen skits with Farmer Hanna.


In 2011, I helped in the making of Metal Gear Joey. I helped in the making of the PASS basketball camp program.


In 2012, I made Vietnam Oatmeal. I made Original Oatmeal. I helped in the making of road trips to Mount St. Helens and to the Tillamook Cheese Factory. I made a story relating to when I was thrown in jail that year.


In 2013, I made Vietnam Kathy Bike, FYG, Hanoi Anna. I do not mean I fabricated the story. It happened. But I made it a big deal by talking about it online. I made videos. I wrote about it on Facebook. I posted photos. I started an open debate with Kathy and others. The Kathy Stole My Bike became almost like a comedy bit. I'm not necessarily saying it's a funny joke. I'm saying it was a major theme that year. It was extremely controversial.


In 2014, I made Leaf Pagoda Oatmeal, Remi Cafe Oatmeal, Circle K Oatmeal, etc, not that I fabricated these stories same as the 2013 Vietnam Kathy Bike story, it's that I kept on talking about these stories many times. I made Joeyarnoldvn on Facebook. I made Old Ink Oatmeal. I made ASOV Oatmeal on the Another side of Vietnam (ASOV) group on Facebook starting that year.

Do you think I'm sorry about all of that?


In 2015, I made Oatmeal 2015 videos. LEGO English. Park English. Old Ink ended. The passport visa story.


In 2016, I made Oatmeal 2016 videos. Anna Barbie stories.


In 2017, I made Joeyarnoldvn on Steemit. I made articles, videos.


In 2018, I helped in the making of the Book Shed. I made articles, videos.


In 2019, I helped in the making of the 2019 Oatmeal Brothers Trip. I made articles, videos.


In 2020, I made a chicken house. We extended the covered patio for the firewood. Made fence go bye bye. I made articles, videos.


In 2021, I created the Lets Go Brandon group on Facebook. I made articles, videos.


In 2022, I helped in the making of The Memes World Productions documentary series on Who is Oatmeal Joey Arnold. I made Dead Wing Oatmeal. I made 2 snow hills. I made articles, videos.


In 2023, I helped in the making of the 2023 Oatmeal Brothers Trip. I made a snow hill. I made articles, videos.

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