Wylie coyote

Relive the hilarious moments of the beloved Wylie Coyote and his never-ending pursuit of the elusive Road Runner. Discover the best episodes and laugh out loud with this timeless cartoon character.
Looney Tunes - not a fan of the Rabbit, but Wile E, Daffy, and Foghorn...don't see enough of the old clips anymore... Bip Bip Et Coyote, Ungrateful People, Old Cartoon Characters, School Cartoon, Zero Days, صفحات التلوين, Old School Cartoons, 디즈니 캐릭터, Looney Tunes Characters

Wile E. Coyote is a Looney Tunes character created by Chuck Jones and Michael Maltese. He debuted with his frequent adversary, Road Runner, in 1949's "Fast and Furry-ous". To date, 48 cartoons have been made featuring these characters (including the computer-animated shorts), most of which were directed by Chuck Jones. In each cartoon, Wile E. Coyote utilizes absurdly complex gizmos (often from ACME, a mail-order company and recurring gimmick in Looney Tunes) and elaborate plans to try to…

Keith Eleftheriou
What Is the Fiscal Cliff and How Close Are We to Falling Off Funny School, Bip Bip Et Coyote, Wile E Coyote, School Cartoon, Looney Tunes Characters, Thats All Folks, Looney Tunes Cartoons, Morning Cartoon, Classic Cartoon Characters

When I hear the term "fiscal cliff," the Road Runner cartoon comes to mind. It seems Wile E. Coyote was forever falling off cliffs in his unsuccessful pursuit of the Road Runner. I liken the majority of U.S. citizens to the Coyote, with the policy-makers (and that includes the very rich who can "buy" policy) collectively being the Road Runner. Like the Road Runner, who exists in la-la land where only cartoon physics applies, they'll be fine should the economy fall off the cliff. Meanwhile…

Judy Haynes Faust