Things I Learned from Chuck Jones

Today is the official opening of the Chuck Jones Center for Creativity in Orange, California. In honor of the occasion, Baierman listed some of the many things he (and the rest of us) learned from watching the cartoon characters Jones created (including Bugs Bunny, the Road Runner, Wile E. Coyote, Daffy Duck, and others).
1. Never stick a body part, or your gun, in to a hole.

2. When your life is on the line, it’s okay to dress like a girl and seduce your captor.

3. Even a Grinch can be lovable.

4. Control your anger at all costs. Otherwise you will end up repeatedly falling off a 500-foot tall diving platform.

There are 25 things in this list; maybe you could think of more! Link

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26. You can walk off a cliff into thin air for many paces, as long as you don't realize you're doing that, at which point you will fall.

27. Any object (carrot, hat, whatever) can be produced from a rabbit's fur at any given time.
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The cable cartoon network up here in Canada, "edits out the violent parts" of looney Toons. Makes them somewhat unwatchable with butchering the storyline and all - Dummkopfs!

Someone should look into it,teletoon I think it is.
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