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What Is the Fiscal Cliff and How Close Are We to Falling Off

The US Economy May Be Falling Off the Fiscal Cliff and Taking You With It

When I hear the term "fiscal cliff," the Road Runner cartoon comes to mind. Coyote was forever falling off cliffs in his unsuccessful pursuit of the Road Runner.

Wile E. Coyote (also known simply as "The Coyote") and The Road Runner are a duo of cartoon characters from a series of Looney Tunes.  In each episode, instead of animal senses and cunning, Wile E. Coyote uses absurdly complex contraptions (sometimes in the manner of Rube Goldberg) and elaborate plans to pursue his quarry. The Road Runner vocalizes only with a signature sound, "Beep, Beep".

The 25 Biggest Lies You Were Told During Your Childhood

Wile E. Coyote & The Road Runner - My Favorites from Looney Tunes. - I just found out that a Coyote is actually faster than a Road Runner.oh well, they are still great cartoons!

Author John Irving is notorious for writing the last line of every novel first. What we can glean from this daunting factoid is that Irving has a clear picture of where he wants the story to end up. The work is “simply” writing the book.  Would that we all be so lucky!

How to Satisfy Your Reader With a Great Ending

That's all Folks! When we went to the movies they always had cartoons before the movie started, and every Saturday morning Looney Toons was on the TV. We'd sit and watch in our pajamas until Mom made us start cleaning the house!

Skeletons of Warner Bros. Characters. It's kind of creepy but fun at the same time.

Skeletons of Disney Characters.