History WMG / DrSeuss

7th Aug '16 11:53:20 AM NWolfman
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*** Technically, he ''is'' a Christian who's tired of all the Who-pla... because [[AuthorAvatar he's Dr. Seuss!]] Seuss based the Grinch on his own distain for the cheesy Christmas decorations and shallow capitalism of he'd see every Christmas from his house in Hollywood Hills.
7th Aug '16 11:50:44 AM NWolfman
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* {{Jossed}}. The book was published in 1970, well over a decade before Winslow rose to fame through the ''Film/PoliceAcademy'' and, presumably, before Winslow began his professional comedy career.



[[WMG: Clark from "One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish"]]

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[[WMG: Clark from "One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish"]]Fish"…]]
4th Jul '16 7:47:22 PM Gbubu
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[[WMG: Horton Hears a Who is Actually about U.S. Occupation of Japan Post-WWII.]]
Think about it. An ELEPHANT (symbol of the Republican party, which was in power at the time) has to protect a tiny group of people (Japan) from harm. He is mainly tormented by Vlad Vladikoff (Russia), the Wickersham Brothers (Britain?) and the Sour Kangaroo (Australia, America's allies during the war, who wanted stiff punishments for Japan).
* Being a confirmed truth longer than most Tropers have been alive, does this really belong here?
2nd Jun '16 2:11:15 PM nombretomado
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The proper spelling is [[HPLovecraft Cthl'arq]].

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The proper spelling is [[HPLovecraft [[Creator/HPLovecraft Cthl'arq]].
17th Jan '16 9:12:46 PM letterA
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[[WMG: The doorman of Solla Sollew is the same person as Mr. Hooberbloob.]]
After he failed in his job as guardian of paradise, the powers that be reassigned him to baby dispatcher, the cosmic equivalent of ReassignedToAntarctica.

[[WMG: Clark from "One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish"]]
The proper spelling is [[HPLovecraft Cthl'arq]].
21st Sep '15 10:44:03 AM RicaCriscia
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Think about it. An ELEPHANT (symbol of the Republican party, which was in power at the time) has to protect a tiny group of people(Japan) from harm. He is mainly tormented by Vlad Vladikoff (Russia), the Wickersham Brothers (Britain?) and the Sour Kangaroo (Australia, America's allies during the war, who wanted stiff punishments for Japan).

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Think about it. An ELEPHANT (symbol of the Republican party, which was in power at the time) has to protect a tiny group of people(Japan) people (Japan) from harm. He is mainly tormented by Vlad Vladikoff (Russia), the Wickersham Brothers (Britain?) and the Sour Kangaroo (Australia, America's allies during the war, who wanted stiff punishments for Japan).
21st Sep '15 10:43:22 AM RicaCriscia
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Like Winslow, Mr. Brown is described as an expert is imitating all sort of noises, from the moo of a cow to the sizzle of bacon. In a subtler detail, while the illustrations seem to portray Mr. Brown as Caucasian, his name can also refer to the skin color of African-American Winslow.

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Like Winslow, Mr. Brown is described as an expert is in imitating all sort of noises, from the moo of a cow to the sizzle of bacon. In a subtler detail, while the illustrations seem to portray Mr. Brown as Caucasian, his name can also refer to the skin color of African-American Winslow.



Think about it. An ELEPHANT (symbol of the Republican party, which was in power at the time) has to protect a tiny group of people(Japan) from harm. He is mainly tormented by Vlad Vladikoff (Russia), the Wickersham Brothers(Britain?) and the Sour Kangaroo(Austrailia, America's allies during the war, who wanted stiff punishments for Japan.

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Think about it. An ELEPHANT (symbol of the Republican party, which was in power at the time) has to protect a tiny group of people(Japan) from harm. He is mainly tormented by Vlad Vladikoff (Russia), the Wickersham Brothers(Britain?) Brothers (Britain?) and the Sour Kangaroo(Austrailia, Kangaroo (Australia, America's allies during the war, who wanted stiff punishments for Japan.Japan).



The messed up and got into [[MushroomSamba mom's meds.]] That resulted in them imagining all of the events of that day. Except the mess, that was real. It never got cleaned up and they were shipped off to MilitarySchool.

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The They messed up and got by getting into [[MushroomSamba mom's meds.]] That resulted in them imagining all of the events of that day. Except the mess, that was real. It never got cleaned up and they were shipped off to MilitarySchool.
31st Aug '15 3:13:45 AM blitzking
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* Probably Jossed, since in the animated special he clearly says: "Sneetches. They never learn!" in a quite satisfied tone. He can be aware about the problem, yes, but it seems more he wants to take advantage of it, than to solve it.

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* Probably Jossed, since in the animated special he clearly says: "Sneetches. They never learn!" in a quite satisfied tone. He can be aware about the problem, yes, but it seems more he wants to take advantage of it, rather than to solve it.
31st Aug '15 3:13:04 AM blitzking
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* Probably Jossed, since in the animated special he clearly says: "Sneetches. They never learn!" in a quite satisfied tone. He can be aware about the problem, yes, but it seems more he wants to take advantage of it, than solve it.

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* Probably Jossed, since in the animated special he clearly says: "Sneetches. They never learn!" in a quite satisfied tone. He can be aware about the problem, yes, but it seems more he wants to take advantage of it, than to solve it.
21st Apr '15 10:58:11 AM blitzking
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*Probably Jossed, since in the animated special he clearly says: "Sneetches. They never learn!" in a quite satisfied tone. He can be aware about the problem, yes, but it seems more he wants to take advantage of it, than solve it.
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