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Hillbilly Hare - 5 Cents
Posted by: Paul Nichols

12 Apr 2007


I want to share a seminal moment in the history of cartoonship. A Bugs Bunny cartoon that has it all: Bugs being chased, saying, "What's up, Doc?", tying a bow in a rifle, saying things to confuse the chasers, like, "Any brodher of your brodher is a...", and dressing up as a woman. I consider this the best Bugs Bunny cartoon of all time.

 

Here is the link:

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8beq5IOxhc8

 

I'll embed the video in a message below...

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Reader Comments:

Embed
 
Alright, the embedding didn't work.
Lemme try it again.

12 Apr 2007
Paul 
Faulty Embedding
 
My guess is that Word adds some funky tags that negates the embedding. It works in the comments because there's no funny business there. Just darn good web development! ; )
13 Apr 2007
Steve 
Investigation
 
The problem with the embedding is that, because Word is a rich text editor, it translates characters such as > and " into their Markup Language equivalents of > and " respectively.

As a result, the web browser reads the code in Word's translation, which doesn't give the result we'd hope for. I don't know if there's a way around this or not. I'd have to look into Word's capabilities, and even then, I'd have to look into it for Word 2000 for those of us stuck in the dark ages (j/king).
13 Apr 2007
Steve 
Embed
 
Thanks Steve! At least I don't have problems falling asleep in the dark ages!! I don't know how all you enlightened people get to sleep at all, except with dark paint and curtains, and maybe a sleeping mask...
13 Apr 2007
Paul 
Light / Dark
 
When your day comes, I suggest the mask. It works wonders, not to mention that you really get to feel like a rich old lady . . . even if it's just for 6 to 8 glorious hours!
13 Apr 2007
Steve 
New Link
 
23 Jul 2007
Paul 
New Link for Video
 
25 Apr 2009
Paul 

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