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    I introduced my 2 gd's to the old Mickey mouse cartoons 2 years ago. Now when they sleep over grandpa's house they watch old Mickey at bedtime. They don't want to watch anything else.
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    I guess my Latin name would have to be Guttus Saggus .
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    I've always been pretty active so I would say my Latin name would be Hyperactivis Maximus. I gave my parent every grey hair they have with how I was as a youth and teenager.
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    Mine is per “Monty python “ bigguss Diccusss. according to the wife of 32 years

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    Quote Originally Posted by scott View Post
    Yep, the roadrunner was great entertainment for kids. My favorite was Foghorn Leghorn. "Ah said, pay ATTENTION when I'm talkin' to ya boy!"
    I say your sharp son, sharp that is, sharp as a damn bowling ball...

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    Chuck Jones was another national treasure. Between his cartooning and Mel Blanc and Stan Freberg's voice work The Looney Tunes were a Hoot!
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    I find it interesting that most people do not realize that the older classic Bugs and the gang were made in the 40's for the theaters and later the drive ins and a lot of the humor is for teens to adults. Loved the experience of catching the cartoons at the height of their popularity. I usually watched Jonny Quest after Bugs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Curt360 View Post
    Occasionally my co-workers and I get 20 minutes to chill and discuss mundane topics. One that came up today was the Road Runner and Wile E. Coyote and the scientific names that flashed underneath them at the beginning of the cartoons.

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    I was only able to remember one of the Road Runners scientific (latin) names "Accelleratti Incredibus". Wash shocked I got that right. We all the quickly tried to see who could find the info first and then had a few good laughs with all the various names. Nice break from work. Here is a list of the funny "Latin" names for the Road Runner and Wile E. Coyote....

    Road Runner:

    Actual name(Geococcyx Californianus)

    Cartoon names: Accelleratti Incredibus, Velocitus Tremenjus, Hot-Roddicus Supersonicus, Speedipus Rex, Velocitus Delectiblus, Delicius Delicius,
    Dig-Outius Tid-Bittius, Tastyus Supersonicus, Birdibus Zippibus, Birdius High-Ballius, Burnius Roadibus, Digoutius Unbelieveus,
    Super Sonicus Tonicus, Batoutahelius, Velocitrus Incalculus, Digoutius Hot Rodis, Fastius Tastyus, Dissappearialis Quickius,
    Burn Em Upus Asphaltus, Semper Food Ellus, Ultra Sonicus Ad Infinitium, Birdius Tastius.

    Wile E. Coyote:

    Actual name(Canis Latrans)

    Cartoon names: Carnivorous Vulgaris, Road Runnerus Digestus, Eatibus Anythingus, Famishus Famishus, Eatibus Almost Anythingus,
    Eatius Birdius, Famishius Fantasticus, Eternalii Famishiis, Famishius Vulgarus, Famishius Vulgarus Ingeniusi,
    Eatius Slobbius, Hardheadipus Oedipus, Carnivorous Slobbius, Hard Headipus Ravenus, Evereadi Eatibus,
    Apetitius Giganticus, Hungrii Flea Bagius, Overconfidentii Vulgaris, Caninus Nervous Rex, Grotesques Appetitus,
    Nemesis Ridiculii, Desertus Operativus Imbecilius, Poultrius Devourius

    Wow...THAT was painful to type.
    Wow- You have way too much time on you hands!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jonesy814 View Post
    Is ACME still in business? They sure a cool variety of products. Everything from TNT to anvils and jet suits
    A small part of their diversified portfolio:

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