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27th Feb '14 11:54:17 AM Larkmarn
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And Rugrats was a condemnation of child neglect and our materialistic culture, specifically how we're trained to focus on materialistic goods. No, not really. You can say that they might be parody, but claiming that it's satire isn't accurate. They're certainly not trying to change the system with a kid's show.. Plus, ZCE.
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27th Feb '14 9:06:30 AM TauVa556767
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The psychedelically animated series ''Doug'' lampoons several retro topics from the 1960s-1980s, like puppy love, bullying jocks, rumors, beatniks, big sisters, video games, computer use, environmental neglect, crooked politicians, elections, and getting in trouble with cruel, not to mention strict school staff, including an unfair justice system. What’s even sadder is that Doug and his friends have to take the abuse inflicted upon them. Hey Arnold is just one big tragic mockery of a metropolis, through the eyes of a hardship enduring football-headed kid. This big city satirically has it all, feuding neighbors, deceptive secret agents, corporate corruption, a mean girls obsession with a boyfriend, elderly people, urban legends, criminals, and bullies. Attending a school named PS-118 under a strict principal is no different, both are inefficient & neglectful.
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6th Jan '14 4:24:49 PM TauVa556767
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During the early half of the 20th Century, when no one ever had the stomach to make fun of themselves,including other cultures, Warner Bros Studios stepped in and created the most satirically, wild, wacky, and most recognizable cartoon series ever created. Looney Tunes ridiculed everything in the world, World War II, Adolf Hitler, nazism, fascism, fraud, authority, crime, and the mafia, animal hunting, the food chain, modern life, woman, African tribal culture, African American Culture, plus Arabian & Asian pop-culture, not to mention Beatniks, etc. It was Looney Toons that defined satire in the world of animation. By the late 20th century, Warner Bros TV, Nelvana Limited, with the help of David Geffen & Tim Burton to create a humanoid version of Looney Tunes, also with a Gothic/Halloween vibe called Beetlejuice. This spooky animated series, stars a goth girl named Lydia Deetz, and her friend Beetlejuice. Together they explore "The Neitherworld", a wacky satirical afterlife realm inhabited by monsters, ghosts, ghouls and zombies, not to mention undead historical figures, including old-fashioned TV Shows, even TV personalities as well.
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7th Dec '13 4:08:09 AM LordGro
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Read Example Indentation, please.
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6th Dec '13 4:33:42 PM TauVa556767
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Idiocracy is a satirical dystopian sci-fi comedy, which makes fun of human evolution in modern-day society, and how it never rewards mankind with intelligence in the far future. The far future itself has run rampant in commercialism, as company logos are pasted everywhere, including hospitals, restaurants, government buildings, houses and clothing shops. Even mainstream media,& pop culture has dumbed down to hatred, bigotry, vulgarity and violence. Furthermore, Classic Dystopian Sci-Fi film references is heavily portrayed, insulted, & made fun of in Idiocracy: The Running Man, Total Recall, 2001 A Space Odyssey, Logan's Run, plus the novels; 1984 & A Brave New World.
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