Rocky & Bullwinkle

Reading through my favorite blogs this evening I came across this post at The Mad Tea Party.   The March Hare reminds us of the importance of having humor and she relates her memories of her beloved father and his odd sense of humor which she inherited.   Aside from it being a great post, what really struck me was her mentioning Rocky & Bullwinkle.

Boy could I use some Rocky & Bullwinkle right now!   Ever since I was a very young child Rocky & Bullwinkle, Peabody & Sherman, Aesop & Son, and the Fractured Fairytales were my absolute favorite cartoons.   I’m sure I didn’t understand the puns when I was a child but they were so silly and dry at the same time.   I have always appreciated humor that makes you think.   What passes for humorous entertainment today is so full of crap and potty humor it has dumbed down most people’s sense of humor.

It’s very rare that I will buy a DVD but I think I’m going to have to look for some Rocky & Bullwinkle to start a DVD collection.   We don’t have a DVD collection right now because I never saw a need for it since there’s so much available on cable and you can rent DVDs almost anywhere — although we never do.   Guess that’s going to change now.


  1. NormB
    Nov 9, 2006

    Do Not believe at all, that I look like Bullwinkle. And Karen looks like Rocky. Just don’t stand down wind of me.

  2. March Hare
    Nov 13, 2006

    In the immortal words of Bullwinkle J. Moose, “Alley OOP!”

    Or, maybe, “Watch me pull a rabbit out of my hat!”