Top Bugs Bunny Quotes

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1. "I'd love to be animated. I've always wanted to jump off of a bridge and not be hurt, like Bugs Bunny."
Author: Carrot Top
2. "I have to think as Bugs Bunny, not of Bugs Bunny."
Author: Chuck Jones
3. "What I've discovered is that my kids weren't watching the 'Today' show... they watch 'Gumby' and 'Bugs Bunny!'"
Author: Jane Pauley
4. "In politics, Bugs Bunny always beats Daffy Duck. Daffy's always going berserk, jumping up and down, yelling. Bugs's got that sly smile, like he always knows what's up, like nothing can ruffle him."
Author: Jeff Greenfield
5. "Back then, my idol was Bugs Bunny, because I saw a cartoon of him playing ball - you know, the one where he plays every position himself with nobody else on the field but him? Now that I think of it, Bugs is still my idol. You have to love a ballplayer like that."
Author: Nomar Garciaparra
6. "I fantasize and idealize myself as Bugs Bunny, but I know deep down I'm Daffy Duck."
Author: Patton Oswalt
7. "It's not really a guilty pleasure, but I love old cartoons. I could watch Bugs Bunny and Tweety all day long."
Author: Robbie Amell
8. "If you could buckle your Bugs Bunny wristwatch to a ray of light, your watch would continue ticking but the hands wouldn't move. That's because at the speed of light there is no time. Time is relative to velocity. At high speeds, time is literally stretched. Since light is the ultimate in velocity, at light-speed time is stretched to its absolute and becomes static. Albert Einstein figured that one out."
Author: Tom Robbins

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By instructing students how to learn, unlearn and relearn, a powerful new dimension can be added to education. Psychologist Herbert Gerjuoy of the Human Resources Research Organization phrases it simply: ‘The new education must teach the individual how to classify and reclassify information, how to evaluate its veracity, how to change categories when necessary, how to move from the concrete to the abstract and back, how to look at problems from a new direction—how to teach himself. Tomorrow's illiterate will not be the man who can't read; he will be the man who has not learned how to learn."
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