bunnies everywhere
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His cultural significance is up for debate. To some, he’s an anarchist and revolutionary. To others, he’s a pop culture icon, or a comic genius, or someone with considerable gifts in the classical music sphere.

This is not some philosopher or renaissance man we’re talking about: It’s Bugs Bunny, the wacky wabbit.

"Wit and wisdom from a wabbit," by Linda Matchan, Boston Globe, February 8, 2009.
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Kool Aid With Bugs Bunny, 1960s. From Flavorwire.

Kool Aid With Bugs Bunny, 1960s. From Flavorwire.

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describethesky:

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[Jimmy Stewart’s] checks stood out, not just for those reasons, but also because they were BUGS BUNNY checks. The same ones I had. I remember staring at the one with Bugs doing a kick-line with a top hat and thinking how funny it was that I used the same checks to pay my bills as Mr. Stewart.
Today’s Top Five from Pop Candy. Thank you, Josh.
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Somewhere in Greenpoint. From NewYorkShitty.

Somewhere in Greenpoint. From NewYorkShitty.

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BNE’s Bugs Bunny. From Gothamist.

BNE’s Bugs Bunny. From Gothamist.

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Bugs Bunny for bunny rights. From L Magazine's Listicles.

Bugs Bunny for bunny rights. From L Magazine's Listicles.

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humansvsrobots:

looney tunes

humansvsrobots:

looney tunes

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Charlie and the Rabbit (Directors: Rodrigo Ojeda-Beck and Robert Machoian)—Charlie, a four year-old who loves Bugs Bunny, decides to hunt a rabbit of his own.
One of the shorts playing at Sundance
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Scary Halloween bunnies: Well, Bugs isn’t being scary, just being scared.
Thank you, io9.

Scary Halloween bunnies: Well, Bugs isn’t being scary, just being scared.

Thank you, io9.