Monday, November 26, 2007

Bugs Bunny has altered my life for the better. I now have a much bigger imagination due to the fact that I was always trying to do something or build something that I saw on one of the latest cartoons. I also have a sense of what older cartoons were like which also gives me a sense of what life back in the day may have been like. Bugs Bunny also made me like carrots and also introducede "what's up doc" into my vocabulary. Way to go
BUGS BUNNY!!!!!!!!
I first heard of Bugs Bunny when I was child growing up. I always watched cartoons when I was little because my mother wouldn't let me watch anything else. I know that I haven't seen every episode of the cartoons and I'm glad because it give me a chance to when I get bored now to go and buy the DVD or something and sit down and watch the most classic cartoons ever made. I just remember getting up on Saturday mornings and spending the morning and some portion of the afternoon just dedicated to watching Bugs Bunny. There was nothing tha could seperate me from the TV on my Saturday mornings.
Bugs Bunny is the greatest character ever created and anyone who has anything to say against Bugs Bunny they can join me in a Rabbit season, Duck saeson fight. And I assure you that I will win. I will have the force of Bugs Bunny on my side and you do not want to mess with that.
Bugs Bunny has been advertised like crazy just through children watching television and seeing the craziness and trying to imitate the antics they see on TV. Also all the cute clothes thatare usually made for litte kids that have the Bugs Bunny cartoon characters on them are great advertising methods. When kids watch Bugs Bunny cartoons they get overwhelmed with a sense of urgency to go out and buy products that pertain to the cartoons mentioned. The majority of children grew up in the world with some Bugs Bunny type of memorialbilia. (I'm sorry that I don't know how to spell that.)
Bugs Bunny represents the kid inside everyone. I don't know anyone who can honestly say that they don't like Bugs Bunny. Bugs Bunny can represent the world as a whole because everyone can relate to him and his friends. Besides the obvious, (we don't get shot on a regular basis) everyone can feel The Bugs Bunny spirit. The Bugs Bunny cartoons were orginally meant for children, but i always seem to be able to find adults who will willingly sit down and watch Bugs Bunny cartoons. But honestly there are many jokes in the Bugs Bunny caroons that a five year old child wouldn't understand that maybe a 16 or 17 year old. Bugs Bunny is becoming global through the television. Bugs Bunny is watched all over the world. Children in China enjoy watching Bugs Bunny when they are not in school with their year round school cycles. Everyone can represent the Bugs Bunny group. There is no one specific look for those of us who watch Bugs Bunny. LIke if you were walking down the street a Bugs Bunny watcher wouldn't be the most obvious person to jump out at you.

Monday, November 19, 2007

Bloodsucking Fiends Review

Chistopher Moore's novel Bloodsucking Fiends and Bram Stoker's novel Dracula have some similarities. Besides the obvious like there are vampire hunters there a few deeper similarities. There are also many differences. For example, Moore focuses more on the comedy aspect of what can happen if vampires and humans get together and try to maintain a relationship. Bram Stoker tries to focus on the scary aspect of Dracula.
On Moore's website, he gives advice on writing. he follows a lot of these steps in his own writing. He says instead of telling what the character is doing after they have said something, it's better to show in your writing. Instead of saying that
she said something digustedly, show it in her facial expression or through her actions while she says it. He follows his advice to the T. He doesn't like to put those kind of tags at the end of his commentary. He also likes to have fun with his writing and it's very apparent in his novel. When Jody and Thomas finish having sex for the first time, he asks if they can do again only with thier shoes of this time. That tiny line is genius and it's so simple and yet so fun. Christopher Moore takes pride in his work and it shows tremendously. I enjoyed his novel so much that I wouldn't mind reading the sequel to Bloodsucking Fiends. There were a couple scenes that I didn't understand for a while but I went on I found myself immersed in the book and laughing out loud.

Thursday, November 15, 2007

With the holidays coming up, i just want everyone to remeber that without bugs Bunny the holidays wouldn't be possibel. He is the creator of all things good. As a matter of fact(everyone who still believes in Santa skip this line) Bugs Bunny is the real Santa Claus, not that fat guy with the white beard and Jolly disposition. Bugs Bunny.Bugs Bunny could rile the world if he knew what kind of affect he had on the world as a whloe. If only he knew. I would much rather have Bugs Bunny as a president then Bush.