March 29, 2015

SUNDAY Afternoon Cartoons To Cheer Everybody Up And Take A Break From This World's Nonsense! Let Bugs Bunny Put A Smile On Your Face. :)

Bugs Bunny - Baseball Bugs (1946) by TheCryptoCrew

Bugs Bunny - (Ep. 25) - Wackiki Wabbit by serijedomace04

bugs bunny - sahara hare by tetleymoon

Transylvania 6-5000 -- 1963 by tetleymoon

Animation movies 2014 full movies english| Ali... by AnimationTV

My favorite part: Daffy Duck, "It's mine, you understand. Mine. All mine. Mine. Mine. Mine." That's how I feel about my favorite treats lol ;)
To thrive in life you need three bones. A wish bone. A backbone. And a funny bone. ~by Reba McEntire 
One last thing I'd like to leave you with... all of you really need to lighten up and laugh a little. Stop being so hyper-sensitive and offended by every minute detail you see. Stop over-analyzing something meant to be funny. First ask yourself, why am I offended by this? Is this really hurting me? Is this hurting other people? Sadly, I have read so many comments on youtube condemning Bugs Bunny cartoons because they were "offended". Really? As if our world didn't have enough major issues to be offended by like rape, murder, corruption, oppression, slavery, people left starving, millions of household pets euthanized per year in the US alone, fisherman capturing sharks who then cut off their fins and throw them back into the ocean to die, or how about elephants and rhinos being killed solely to have their ivory tusks and horns cut off with carcass left to rot. Catch my drift?
The leadership instinct you are born with is the backbone. You develop the funny bone and the wishbone that go with it. ~by Elaine Agather
I'll give you an example, I am not fond of Pablo Picasso artwork. However, there are millions of people on this planet who love his artwork. Many of his original paintings have been auctioned for tens of millions, even hundreds of million of dollars. I believe to each his or her own taste. If someone were to give me a Picasso painting as a gift, I could not in good conscience hang that painting any where in my home. Why? Because I have no connection to his style of art. His art doesn't move me. I don't care that it's worth tons of money. I'm not going to display it to make someone else feel good. I'm the one who needs to feel good in my own house. I would graciously accept the gift and thank them. But I would not hang it up. Now, just because I don't like Picasso's art style doesn't mean it's not amazing artwork, and just because I don't like Picasso's art style doesn't mean I want it banned.
Beauty lies in the eye of the beholder. ~by Plato
Another example I'd like to bring up is a Cuban artist expressing himself in 1987 by displaying a photograph of the cruxifiction of Jesus Christ submerged in a jar of urine at a New York art museum. If I were walking through this museum and saw this display, I would flinch. Then I would wonder, what would cause him to feel such disdain for Jesus Christ? That's what artist make us do, question things. Would I want this banned from any museum? No, this artist is expressing what is in his heart. Do I think his artwork is vulgar, well yes I do on a personal level because I love Jesus Christ. But that doesn't mean I want it banned. For all we know, this Cuban artist may have been molested by a Catholic priest who was supposed to be representing Jesus Christ.

Look, I respect each person's autonomy and right to believe whatever the heck that person wants. A person can worship a rock for all I care. As long as you are not harming anyone. Well then, it is no skin off of my back.

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