Bunny Essays

  • An Analysis Of The Energizer Bunny Commercial Sequence

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    damned Energizer bunny" is the cause; he's so aggravating. It seems like that pink bunny rabbit is running across the television screen every other second, it's so annoying. The advertising campaign has been so effective that not only did the company (finally) surpass Duracell in sales, but the advertising company was awarded an Obie (the advertising equivalent of the "Oscar") as best commercial of the year. This essay shall attempt to analyze the series of "Energizer bunny" advertisements

  • Is Bugs Bunny Cartoons Appropriate For Young Children?

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    received several letters from parents and young kids about my opinion of whether or not the Bugs Bunny cartoons were appropriate for young kids. Parents clearly stated that they don’t want kids watching it but wanted to get another opinion. On the other hand, children wanted to watch it, but there parents wouldn’t let them. Kind of rebelling against each other, don’t you think? Even though Bugs Bunny is quite funny and unique, I realized after watching a few episodes that it isn’t that appropriate

  • The Puck Bunny Phenomena: Women with Low Self-Esteem

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    hang out at the post game party spot interacting with fans. Tiffany has become a regular, and tonight, is dying to tell me about her latest rendezvous. She pulls up the stool next to mine, then on a wave of boozy breath, spills her most recent “Puck Bunny” experience: “…So I was invited over to one of the guy’s apartments, but I didn’t want to go by myself, so I asked one of my girlfriends to come with me. We got there and it was so f*cking weird. They were all sitting around in a big circle, just

  • Non-Religious Celebrations Of Easter Should Be Done Away With

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    celebrations during Easter that include such things as a life-sized bunny, hard-boiled eggs that are dyed various pastel colors, and baskets, all of which have no religious significance. I think that the non-religious celebrations of Easter should be done away with. To begin with, the non-religious celebrations of Easter should be done away with because they serve no relevance toward the original purpose of the tradition. Dyed eggs, bunnies, baskets, and so on do not provide us with any reason to have

  • The Shipping News

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    The Shipping News “I’m tired of going somewhere. I want to be there!” These words spoken by Bunny Quoyle, riding along with her family on their way to the old homestead in Killick Claw, New Foundland seems an exclamation to a deeper desire to settle what has been an unsettled and unhappy life. The quote could also define the transition that Quolyle, Bunny’s father, experiences. Quoyle is nowhere it seems, until he finally arrives somewhere meaningful. The transformation is a lot about getting

  • Easter Holiday and Traditions

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    Sunday, the day of the resurrection. The Easter Bunny is a popular image of the holiday. According to legend, the bunny was originally a large, handsome bird belonging to Eostre, the Goddess of Spring. Eostre is also known as Ostara, a Goddess of fertility who is celebrated at the time of the Spring equinox. She changed the bird into a rabbit, which explains why the Easter bunny builds a nest and fills it with colored eggs. The first edible Easter bunnies were made in Germany during the early 1800s.

  • The Enjoyment of Atlanta

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    or near the city of Atlanta. Six Flags Over Georgia is a theme park containing anything from sweet treats to fun rides. Six Flags provides many activities for all ages. It is not at all uncommon to see famous cartoon characters, such as bugs Bunny, roaming around the park. Olde r children and adults who possess strong stomachs may enjoy riding the various roller coasters available. For example, The Ninja, is my favorite. The Ninja goes up and down steep hills and even loops upside down. Six

  • gregory peck

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    great actor began on April 15, 1916 in La Jolla, California (Fishgall insert). The name Gregory had been a family name, but Bunny, Peck’s mother, did not find this quite suitable for her son. She searched through her yearbook and chose the name Eldred. Her new baby boy was to be named Eldred Gregory Peck (Fishgall 23). Three years later, Peck’s parents, Gregory Pearl Peck and Bunny Peck, filed for divorce (Avery 143). After the divorce of his parents, he was sent off to live with his grandmother, Catherine

  • Analysis Of Pat The Bunny

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    Kunhardt , Dorothy Pat The Bunny Age:2 Months -12 Months(Infants) Pat the Bunny is a touch and feel book. It is a good book for smaller children to begin their five senses. The book shows children how to play peekaboo, touch the fur of the bunny and more. I like it because when I first saw it I thought it was so cute for infants to begin the reading, it helps with vocabulary. Overall this book is so cute, helps with developmental features and sensory approach. Campbell , Rod Dear

  • Comparing Nothings Changed With Vultures

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    whites as fancy and posh. The ways in which the poet has compared the two casts shows how the blacks and whites are still not equal as the whites go to a ‘new, up-market, haute cuisine’ and the blacks are at a ‘working man’s café’ which sells ‘bunny chow’ and they eat on ‘plastic table’s top’ and also ‘wipe your fingers on you jeans, spit a little on the floor: it’s in the bone’. This poem teaches and resembles how everyone should be treated equally and fairly because the colour of your skin

  • Playboy Bunnies Analysis

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    of Playboy Bunnies. After all, they are advertised to be wealthy, beautiful, and live a life full of happiness with no complains. This is, until we get an inside look into the adversities that Playboy Bunnies actually endure through their careers. While they are dressed glamorously, the bunnies are not paid the way it is depicted, they are sexually objectified, and prostitution becomes an element of the Bunnies lives. As Steinem begins to tell her story, the first element of bunny life that seemed

  • Bob Marley

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    city. Trenchtown got its name because it was built over a ditch, which drained the sewage of old, Kingston. In Trenchtown Bob spent a lot of his time with his good friend Neville Livingston, who people called by his nickname, Bunny. He began to attend a music class with Bunny, which was held by the famous Jamaican singer Joe Higgs. In that class they met Peter Macintosh and soon became good friends. When Bob was 16, he started to follow his dream of becoming a musician. According to Michael Anderson

  • Platoon Plot

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    Platoon is a story of a soldier’s perspective of the Vietnam War. The movie is for the most part told out of the eyes of members of one platoon of the 25th Infantry Division. It is a movie dedicated to all of the people who fought in the Vietnam War. In the movie, Chris Taylor is a young man from a wealthy family, but while in college, chooses to help his country and do his duty in the Vietnam War. He is sent to Vietnam gets put in the 25th Infantry Division. Chris first has some rough times while

  • A Critique of Berger's Uncertainty Reduction Theory

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    A Critique of Berger's Uncertainty Reduction Theory How do people get to know each other? Bugs Bunny likes to open up every conversation with the question, "What's up Doc? Why does he do this? Is Bugs Bunny "uncertain"? Let's explore this idea of uncertainty. Shifting focus now to college students. As many other college students at Ohio University, I am put into situations that make me uncertain of my surroundings almost every time I go to a class for the first time, a group meeting, or social

  • One Love A Look into the Life of Bob Marley

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    and occasionally came back to see them. In the 50’s a depression hit Jamaica and Bob followed his mother to West Kingston otherwise known as Trenchtown. It was in Trenchtown were Bob’s love for music began. He and his friend Neville Livingstone or “Bunny” began to attend music classes. Through the classes the two meet Peter McIntosh and they formed the Wailing Wailers. The band recorded their first song in 1962, Judge Not. From there he started a record label Tuff Gong and recorded over 20 albums.

  • commercial art

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    last one hundred years. Cartoons come first to mind when thinking about the different ways 20th century art have impacted modern day art and design. Long before I saw the original "American Gothic" by Grant Wood, I laughed at a portrait of Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck standing together in front of a farm house with pitch fork in hand. Most cartoons seem to have an underlying humor meant to be understood by even the most articulate and intellectual adult, while at the same time being simplistic enough

  • Television and Media Essay - Children and TV Violence

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    has a certain hunter been seen hunting a certain "wascally wabbit"?  Most people would say "how can a cartoon about a man hunting affect a child?"  At first it may seem that it has no effect, but, looking closer, it is easy to see that Bugs Bunny has many human traits. Two of these traits are speaking English and walking upright.  Something else that adds to this is that sometimes children cannot make the distinction between fantasy and reality.  Quickly a cartoon about a man hunting

  • How I Learned To Ski

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    team with the best looking eight's win. As usually my father won, and that day was when he first taught me how to ski. He showed me how to snow- plow down a hill, that is your first move you learn upon skiing, then he so ever willingly took me to the bunny hill and watched intently as if he remembers when he was that age and how strange and awkward he felt with those clumsy skis and big boots. That day was so hot but yet the snow remained and kept falling from the ski. Then my father showed me the basic

  • Bob Marley

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    stardom. He was born in Rhoden Hall, Saint Ann Parish, Jamaica . Marley was learning the welding trade in Kingston when he formed his first band group, the Rudeboys, in 1961. The group later became known as the Wailers. The Wailers included vocalists Bunny Livingston and Peter Tosh, both went solo and was successful at there new careers. The group's early recordings were in a style called ska, a hybrid of New Orleans rhythm and blues and Jamaican mento. A Mento was the first of the reggae styles. The

  • Tender is the Night

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    Tender is the Night “Servant trouble…political worries…almost neurosis…drinking increased…arguments with Scottie…quarrel with Hemingway…quarrel with Bunny Wilson…quarrel with Gerald Murphy…breakdown of car…tight at Eddie Poe’s…sick again…first borrowing from mother…sick… ‘The Fire’…Zelda weakens and goes to Hopkins…one servant and eating out.” (Mayfield 207) A short excerpt from F. Scott Fitzgerald’s Ledger provides a small sample of the many hurdles Fitzgerald struggled to overcome while