Monday, May 14, 2007

This is an outrage..and if that wasn't enough

well...i just happened across a link that had me about to fuggin lose my mind featuring our favorite rabiit character...Bugs.

Enjoy the lessons that you get from watching this cartoon.

and if that wasn't enough for ya...then how about my favorite viewing pleasure. An obvious person of another persuasion, in "costume"...

is it me? or is there something really wrong with what happened in these images? I wonder if ole boy even tried to do the "soft shoe".

You let me know...

My other P.S.A....In case you missed it on Thursday

15 comments:

KIKI said...

What the...I know they didn't...AWE HALE NAW!

I forgot all about that bugs episode (SMH) and that advertisement, WHAT THE #%$@#@&*! WERE THEY THINKING!

dc_speaks said...

im not sure homie...i was pissed the hell off when I found it.

dcsavvystar said...

what in the living hell!

Lance said...

s'up d.c., boy, you sho' kno' how to fuck-up the week, jussst right.

well, whadda speck....
negroes runnin' around on music videoes, spillin' likka, holdin' their nuts, mouf fulla metal, talkin' 'bout shit that makes NO SENSE...and sistahs doing the same with dem BIG ASSES!!!!! (okay, okay...the sistahs can stay!...lol)

all whitey is doing "flippin' da skript"...if it's "publicly" cool to do it (be in the public's eye)...it must be "aiiiight".

this is how don imus and his crew fugg'd up...they thought they were "down" and now they're "out".

as far as the bugs n 'nem....
there were many, many, racial stereotype cartoons of that post-WWII generation that featured bugs bunny, tom & jerry, heckle & jeckle...all for a laff.

keep in mind these cartoons weren't "really" shown on t.v. but in the movie theatres as the "cartoon" was the entertainment for the moment, much like the movie trailer is today. when turner broadcasting brought back the afternoon cartoon during it's cable programming in the 80's they edited the shit outta these cartoons as some of the racial jokes fell thru the cracks and unto the t.v. screens.

yeah, it's cool to get pissed, but if you understand YOUR history....

same shit, different day.

Christopher Chambers said...

This has been going on since we were dropped off at Jamestown. Notice the Queen never spoke about that sh*t when she was in Virginia last week?

JustMeWriting said...

LOL... yeah, you sure know how to fug -up a week dc...LOL. No comment on the post...I'm tired. LOL.

dc_speaks said...

lanceman....how u doing? been a awhile...how was NC? LOL...i didnt fugg up the week...just pulling out the parts of history that got under my skin more last week.

hey dcsavvy---thanks for stopping. cmon back again.


christopher...yeah I know she didn't speak about too many things other than surface conversation...I was like mannnnnnnn please. God save the queen, um ok.

JMW---hey T. How was the recipe for ya over the weekend?

JustMeWriting said...

dude...what's with the anon post...who you hiding from...LOL. You know what, I waited until the last minute to go to get the stuff and couldn't find any fetta...so I'm going to save it for this weekend.

Eddie G. Griffin said...

I watched the same Bugs cartoon 100s of times while growing up. It was only later in life did I recognize the "shooting dice" stereotyping. The character was a copy of "Lightening" on the Amos 'N Andy show. While it was humorous to us black kids in the 1950s and 1960s, it must have reinforced the stereotype image whites had of blacks at the time. This cartoon was produced during the 1960s during the Civil Rights Movement. It was an image dating back to a protest by Ida B. Wells and other black leaders against the Chicago World's Fair promoters in 1893.

mark said...

Yo DC I had never seen that type of stuff in buggs bunny before, like one of the commentors said they must have edited it.

The shooting dice part of the cartoon was extremely offensive.

I glad those types of offensive images are not on tv any more so our kids dont have to deal with blatant attacks against thier dignity.

Although I do realize that they are still taking shots at our dignity. Thank god those days are over.

JustMeWriting said...

mark: we know they're not really over just hidding somewhere else.

Lance said...

it's all good d.c....

got the computer broadband modem up & runnin'...now on the hustle.

new peeps on the blogs i see and i heard yous the king pimp blogger with over 200 plus comments on a post?

sounds like a helluva orgy, no doubt!

dc_speaks said...

it was just a good day for the friday thing lance..thats all...no pimpness in me...LOL

inquiring mind said...

The real question is whether or not Elmer Fudd is this dumb black guy, reworked. Maybe he's more palatable with a white face, but he's dumb and black to the bone.

Lance said...

i feel ya inquiring mind. this was elmer fudd in black face with a stephin' fetchit mentality.

if you're a looney tunes fan, this cartoon has been reworked a couple of times with the same ol' gags just different characters.