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  • Edd, N Eddy: Cartoon Analysis

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    of silly humor and adult jokes that I could not understand. Many of them were interesting, but one show caught my attention and ultimately held a special place in my heart. This show, named Ed, Edd, N’ Eddy, became an obsession of mine that still lingers on towards my adulthood. The cartoon, Ed, Edd, N’ Eddy, revolves around three children who live in the same cul-de-sac. Together, they find creative ways to scam the local children in order to earn enough money for the trio to buy their favorite treat

  • Cartoons And The Powerpuff Girls

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    “Ed, Edd n Eddy” and “The Powerpuff Girls”: Different Cartoons, Similar Traits Danny Antonucci, creator of the well-renowned children’s cartoon “Ed, Edd n Eddy”, did not originally make cartoons of the sort. His career had previously consisted of more explicit, adult cartoons; the animation was the result of a dare given to him to create a new production for younger audiences (Celebrity Bio). In a similar way, Craig McCracken originally called his cartoon centered around crime-fighting girls “Whoopass

  • One More Show Essay

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    home I usually took a quick nap then enjoy the day watching cartoons. This cartoons where shows like Clifford, what's New Scooby Doo, Ed Edd n Eddy, Codename Kids Next Door, Johnny Bravo, Static Shock, Justice League Samurai Jack, Top Cat, Robot Boy etc. While watching the cartoons I used mimic what the characters were saying. Some examples when I watch Ed Edd n Eddy I used say phrases like “dork,” “sockhead,” “Son of a Shepherd” …. Ironically this how I learned how to speak, write, and read English

  • Reflection Paper

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    By the age of seven, I was sick of school and I wanted out by any means. I went Dorsa elementary school, a local school in East Side San Jose. Coming from a Latino background, I was at a disadvantage because English was not my first language. So to fix this, the principal, Mrs. Rodriguez, decided to have an after school program which was meant to keep non native-english speakers for one to two hours after school. Being in class was hard enough because I didn’t understand what the teachers were

  • One More Show Essay Example

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    I usually took a quick nap, then enjoy the day watching cartoons. This cartoon where shows like Clifford, what's New Scooby Doo, Ed Edd n Eddy, Codename Kids Next Door, Johnny Bravo, Static Shock, Justice League, Samurai Jack, Top Cat, Robot Boy etc. While watching the cartoons I used to mimic what the characters were saying. Some examples when I watch Ed, Edd n Eddy I used say phrases like “dork,” “sockhead,” “Son of a Shepherd” …. Ironically this how I learned how to speak, write, and read English

  • Popular People and Cartoons

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    Millers. 1 • BONNIE WRIGHT: Harry Potter Goblet of Fire 1 • EVANNA LYNCH: Harry Potter Deadly Hallows 1 • Chloe Bridges: Camp Rock2 2 • Mitchel Musso: Hannah Montana 2 • Tony Oller: The Purge 2 • Jordan-Clair Green: School of rock 2 Cartoons 2 • ED. EDD ‘N’ EDDY: 2 • Power puff girls: 2 • Dexter’s laboratory 2 • Recess 3 • Spongebob 3 • Tom&Jerry 3 • Sabrina the teenage witch 3 • Barny 3 • Ninja Turtles 4 • Magic School Bus 4 Economy 4 POPULAR PEOPLE EMMA ROBERTS: Were The Millers. She is an American

  • College Admissions Essay: The Value Of Education And Social Life

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    Julie, and I would sit in my dad's crammed office finishing homework or playing game until 10pm. When boredom struck, we would find new ways to entertain ourselves for hours. Most of the time we played silly games we saw from TV shows like "Ed, Edd, N Eddy" or helped employees with tasks around the

  • The Stigma Of The Mentally Ill

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    In our current society there is no love to be held for those who are classified as mentally ill. The mentally ill have become a stigma in our modern day society. When society hears the word mentally ill the unbidden thought of an unhinged man or woman walking down the street talking to themselves or yelling incoherently comes to mind. If they aren’t stereotyped as insane, then the mentally ill are generally seen as awkward, violent, incompetent, or weird. Even without the negative stereotypes, there

  • Representation Of Queer Characters On Children Television

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    Alexis Chorley Professor Denny English 211 April 25, 2015 Thesis: Representation of queer characters on children television has often been done in the form of jokes, but should be a normal and healthy occurrence so kids can grow up understanding that it 's okay and not something to be laughed at. I. Early cartoons have little positive representation of queer characters, and normally has queer characters posed as a joke. a. Two of the first known "sissy" trope characters come from the 1930

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