I can’t breathe a long sigh when the two exemplars for bad firearms safety, Elmer Fudd and Yosemite Sam are revised like the cops in E.T. relegated to brandishing radios. Like Trump at St John’s church, some props don’t work. All that’s left is Porky Pig’s speech disability.
“Animators working on the new series have ensured that Elmer Fudd be more “creative” in his attempts to catch Bugs Bunny. As a result, he will use a scythe instead of a firearm.”
According to Peter Browngardt, who is executive producer of a new series of shorts recently released on HBO Max, the animated franchise will no longer be “doing guns”.
In Looney Tunes shows of old, the hapless Fudd was a big-game hunter usually armed with a shotgun.
However, in response to gun violence in the US, animators working on the new series have ensured that Fudd be more “creative” in his attempts to catch Bugs Bunny.
As a result, he will use a scythe instead of a firearm.
— Michael Ruocco (@AGuyWhoDraws) June 7, 2020
— Ã°ÂÂ§Â¨noah pasternak Ã°ÂÂ§Â¨ (@NoahPasternak) June 7, 2020
Elmer Fudd without his firearm doesn’t pass the smell test.
The history of trans inclusion within the Radical Feminist movement is a demonstrable reality that TERFs (Trans Exclusionary Radical Feminists) take pains to hide when speaking for Radical Feminism.
To have a woman’s vagina assessed – or, as Dworkin said, “noted, remarked on, explicated, analyzed” – to authenticate her credibility, legitimacy and validity is to deploy the very patriarchy TERFs ironically assert they fight in their decades-old war on trans people.
Speaking of which are you going to believe your nose or your tearing eyes.