Bugs Bunny

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  • Space Jam Film Analysis

    elite level. They are perceiving their basketball talents to be everything in life, nothing else matters to them, not their family, friends, or kids, it’s sports or nothing. Swackhammer, owner of the amusement park planet Moron Mountain, is in desperate need to get new attractions and he comes to the conclusion that the Looney Tune characters would be perfect fit. He then sends his diminutive underlings to fetch them to him, whether Bugs Bunny and his crew want to go or not. Well armed for their size, Bugs Bunny uses his sly abilities to trick them into agreeing to a competition to determine their freedom. Taking advantage of their height discrepancies over their puny and stubby legged foes, the gang selects basketball for the surest chance of winning the competition and keeping their freedom in tact. However, the tiny little aliens, known as the Nerdlucks, turn the tables and are able to steal the talents of leading professional basketball stars to become massive basketball players known simply as the Monstars. In a desperation attempt, Bugs Bunny calls on the aid of Michael Jordan to help them win the big game and maintain their freedom. When first watching Space Jam, one might get caught up in the heroic battle the Looney Tunes are able to put up against the Monstars All-Star team, however, there is a clear cut image that seems to fly under the radar: basketball and sports in general, mean everything to the characters throughout the movie. When Michael Jordan is called…

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  • Tom Robbins Trickster

    Desire and Mischief Tom Robbins once said, “The trickster's function is to break taboos, create mischief, [and] stir things up. In the end, the trickster gives people what they really want, some sort of freedom.” Tricksters exist in all types of literature. They take part in poems, books, short stories, and even cartoons and movies. One piece of literature that contains examples of tricksters would be the short story, Tselane and the Giant. This story is a great example because it contains more…

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  • Nez Perce Culture Analysis

    Explore is a children’s show that many people just watch for fun, but little do they know there is some underlying message behind the story line. Swiper is a cunning fox that pops out from the brushes and tries to deter her from accomplishing goals. He sometimes even is able to steal some of Dora and Boots things making their mission hard to pass. Swiper costumes is a blue mask, which draws attention to his beady eyes, and blue gloves. His smile is a crooked smirk which exposes all his sharp…

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  • I Am Free Of All Prejudice Essay

    and what is wrong. A baby is innocent. Throughout the years a child starts know how to hate certain races and favor others. The child does not learn this by himself, it’s the parents that teach him this. An example of this would be in the Language Awareness book on page thirty nine, when Rebekah states how she made fun of the girl using the word nigger. She said she did not know where she learned the word only to later find out that her father used this word often when speaking to his father.…

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  • Lorraine Hansberry's Poem 'And The Pink Rabbit'

    PINK RABBIT AND THE BRIGHT GREEN LIGHT “HEY, Bunnies! Now the time to Race today” A BIG FAT Rabbit with specs and expensive blue suit announced with A Mike in his hand. He is standing in the Exact center of the racing track. His hands are white, ears are white from the outer side and red at the inner. He is looking exactly as a Big fatty rabbit looks. After listening to this, a bunch of rabbits starts running to the cars of them. They are all kind of rabbits, The black rabbits, white…

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  • Gregor Character Analysis Essay

    His family cruel treatment and neglect causes Groger to self starve as he loses his appetite to eat.His family is hugely at fault because they saw him as a problem and were disgusted by him. He felt neglected and isolated which made him give up on himself.If his family had accepted him, since he didn't see care about turning into bug he would have not stopped eating. Gregor, himself is also responsible as he is the one who stop eating and no one forced him to starve. From the death scene only,…

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  • My Definitions

    1. “In other words, belief is when someone thinks something is reality, true, when they have no absolute verified foundation for their certainty of the truth or realness of something” - Wikipedia. Is there really a god or is it just another fictional character that we are instilled to believe in like Santa Claus, the Tooth Fairy, or the Easter Bunny. Why is it that we are told there is only one god but other countries can believe in more then one? I can say that, I am not a true believer of…

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  • Tradition In A Dystopian Society

    Hutchinson said, as quietly as she could. ” I tell you it wasn’t fair. You didn’t give him time enough to choose. Everybody saw that”” (p6, para 62). People do not seem to question a tradition, until they disagree with the consequences that come from the customs in which they are under. In addition to the example from The Lottery, there is an aspect of confusion when it comes to Easter. Easter originated as a day to celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ, but today is twisted into a holiday…

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  • Bob Marley Rhetorical Analysis

    beliefs and preaching have been questioned by people around the world and even by some Rastafaris. These questions rise from his participation in the capitalistic world. He continued to make and sell his albums on an international scale and therefore was actively involved in capitalism. He also wrote and performed over 200 songs with nearly two–thirds of those songs making references to the Rasta religion. Through his performances he spread the ideas and influences of the Rasta religion to…

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  • Massacre: The St. Valentines Day Massacre

    Pictured above: Two guns used in the 1929 Massacre/Courtesy The Mob Museum CULTUREIFY On February 14, 1929, a day that was anything but sweet hearts amidst a bed of roses, the St. Valentines Day Massacre unfolded as five rivals of gangster Al Capone and two wannabes were gunned down in a garage on the North Side of Chicago, IL. The day’s events are, arguably, the most publicized and talked about mob event in history. The sole purpose of the killings was the elimination of George “Bugs” Moran,…

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