Hatred and Bigotry Bun Toons! YAY!

Swiftly drawn, and Swiftly written. AND subtle.

It might end badly, but this should be instituted as soon as possible.

Once again, drawn and (somewhat) hand-lettered teeny tiny, because or computer troubles I’m not going to explain here.  NOTHING stops the Bun Toon, but my damn ancient computer can DELAY it.

SHEESH!  They can put a man on the moon, but we can’t solve a simply photoshop problem with…

Oh wait.  We can’t put men on the moon anymore.  I forgot.

Ty the Guy OUT!

Here now, your BONUS Evil Blue Eyes Comic Book

Look at the evil Blue Eyes are capable of, if left unchecked.


For last week’s equally subtle Bun Toon about Mitt Romney, click above.

For every Bun Toon ever, some of which are ACTUALLY subtle, click the blunt rabbit above.

7 responses to “Hatred and Bigotry Bun Toons! YAY!

  1. That was a very bigoted Bun Toons, and I really hate bigots. Must be something about you being one of those Socialist Canadians, Ty… Dang, fulfilled the point, “di’nt I”?


    Steven Willis

  2. It saddens me to think that many people probably wouldn’t get the ‘Julia’ reference. He’s an erudite little bunny.

  3. I was wondering the exact same thing as I wrote it. I asked my wife if she thought anyone would get it, and she was convinced the book is still taught in enough high schools to be relevant.

  4. I’m sort of reminded of an anecdote told by British comic Barry Cryer. For years he always had a rather cool relationship with fellow comic Eric Sykes. One day they both turned up on a TV programme and had a great time together. At the end, Sykes sought out Cryer and asked him “When did our argument start? What was it about? Why did I dislike you?” Cryer replied that he didn’t remember. Sykes thought about this and finally said “Well, I’ve been doing it for so long that it would be a shame to stop now!”

  5. As someone who has a ‘family history’ that includes an ancestor being Cherokee, I have to say “there’s a lot of that going around, ” My family history is mostly anecdotal. Shame on Brown for harping on it.
    And yeah… Julia was important. So was Sammy kissing Archie.

  6. I’m reminded of the Jane Elliott lesson teaching prejudice to schoolchildren about the difference between those with brown eyes, and those with blue eyes. For one week, a group of children would be told that blue-eyed people were mentally smarter, and would praise those with blue eyes, while putting down the brown-eyed children. Then the next week, the decision would be reversed via a study that found out that the opposite was true, and the same procedure would be done for the brown-eyed children being superior.

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