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What I Learned from Cartoons

Did you hear the story about the 12 year old girl from New York who saved her friends life--with skills she learned on Spongebob Squarepants? (Read it here). I have also learned things from cartoons, but nothing quite as remarkable as the Heimlich Maneuver. Here are just a few: 1)From the Flintstones: Shoes are over-rated. 2)From Scooby-Doo: If you think a house is haunted, it's probably just some old crazy guy trying to scare you to keep you away from his criminal activity. And he would have gotten away with it too..if it weren't those darn kids. 3)From Bugs Bunny: It's always a good idea to take that left turn at Albuquerque. 4)From Road Runner: The company ACME offers a wide variety of products, but the quality of its dynamite is hit or miss. 5)From Rocky & Bullwinkle: The intricacies of the Cold War, as seen through the adventures of Moose and Squirrel (and Boris and Natasha).

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