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Looney Tunes Cartoons, the new series of animated shorts released exclusively on the HBO Max streaming service, will not be “doing guns,” says series executive producer and showrunner Peter Browngardt. A throwback to the Looney Tunes cartoons of the 1930s and 1940s — bringing back classic pairings like Bugs Bunny and Elmer Fudd, Tweety and Sylvester, and Daffy Duck and Porky Pig — the zany cartoon violence depicted in Looney Tunes Cartoons will continue with anvils, dynamite, and other weapons as part of the 1,000-plus minutes of all-new animation taking a cartoonist-driven approach to its simple, gag-driven storytelling.

“We’re not doing guns,” Browngardt told The New York Times. “But we can do cartoony violence — TNT, the Acme stuff. All that was kind of grandfathered in.”
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For the last couple of months, your inbox, like mine, has been awash in nauseating communiqués from every school, club, or business you had carelessly entrusted with your email address. “Stay safe,” they urged – and stay home. A great plague is upon the land, and we must all respond with displays of ritual purification and groveling obedience. Shows of obedience were critical, as was the virtue-signaling that accompanied them. People were shamed for appearing in public without a mask or for walking too close to other people. The whole thing was an extraordinary display of communal insanity.

Suddenly, almost overnight, those communiqués vanished, replaced by others, no less nauseating. There are new items on the menu of virtue-signaling and ritual abasement. Now the theme is not a novel respiratory virus, but a spiritual virus: the virus of supposed “systemic” or “institutional” “racism” and police brutality.
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MIAMI – A man charged with causing damage to multiple police cars during a George Floyd protest in Miami is claiming to be part of a group that purposely encourages violence at demonstrations.
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Attorney James Marshall is charged with attempted murder after he pulled a gun from his pocket and shot a driver in a pickup truck at an intersection in the town.

The entire incident was caught on security camera.

James Marshall is an angry white liberal.
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FRANKFORT, Ky. (WAVE) – Gov. Andy Beshear on Monday announced the state will begin working toward correcting inequalities in health care coverage across the state.

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“We are gonna begin an effort to cover 100 percent of our individuals in our black and African-American communities,” the governor said. “We’re gonna be putting dollars behind it.”
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