Skip to comments.Professor: ‘Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer’ Promotes Bullying
Posted on 12/06/2011 7:30:14 AM PST by Academiadotorg
At first I thought his complaint might have something to do with the scene that you can only see in the directors cut where the Abominable Snow Monster took Hermeys dental school lunch money and gave him an atomic wedgie while Yukon Cornelius laughed until icicles came out his nose, but instead, the apparent problem is with Santa himself.
As it turns out, St. Nick is no saint:
Santa Claus doesnt just drop off presents for kids he also encourages the soul-crushing of generation after generation of Christmas-reveling children. Or says one author, at least.
Appearing on Fox News, author and special ed professor George Giuliani asserted that St. Nicks behavior in the classic stop motion cartoon, Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer is tantamount to bullying, and sends a wrong message to children watching the family favorite. As such, hes written a new book, No More Bullies at the North Pole, which re-tells the story of the triumphant reindeer.
Santa has ten policies that are very unfair, and Mrs. Claus sets out to correct those policies, and what you just saw, where Rudolph is being treated very very badly, and that should never happen, Guiliani said.
(Excerpt) Read more at michellemalkin.com ...
The government (at all levels) is a bully.
And...anyone who votes Democrat IS a Bully!
If this was the professor’s biggest itch of the day, he’s doing pretty well in life. America is truly becoming Sissyland.
I have a feeling that the bullies lined up to give the professor wedgies when he was a kid. Also the prof didn't listen to the host asking the other guest to talk instead of him. I guess his colon blocked his ears.
Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer is tantamount to bullying, and sends a wrong message to children watching the family favorite. As such, hes written a new book, No More Bullies at the North Pole
why is Fox giving this liberal retard publicly ?...sounds like George needs to go play in the interstate
So tell Hermey, “It Gets Better.”
professors = liberals =ullies = OWS = bullies = liberals
professors = liberals = bullies = OWS = bullies = liberals
Dr. Frasier Crane made this assertion in the mid 1980s
Hey “professor.” You couldn’t give me a truck load of your stupid books.
Why did Rudolph wear sunglasses to the Christmas Party? So he wouldn’t be recognized.
Recall that the bird on misfit island couldn't fly, he could only swim, hence being a misfit.
All the toys are cast out of Santa's sleigh with an umbrella to act as a parachute at the end of the show. The bird who could only swim was pushed out without an umbrella. He died! And I'm guessing there was no investigation either!
Dr. Frasier Crane: Apparently then Woody, you're unaware that the story of "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer" is one of the most unrealistic and therefore potentially damaging in all of children's music. It gives them a horribly distorted view of reality.
Woody Boyd: Yeah, but you got to admit, it's easy to whistle.
Dr. Frasier Crane: No, I'm serious. First the other reindeer tease and then ostracise him. And then when his abnormality proves of service, they use him.
Dr. Frasier Crane: [Sam and Woody are speechless] But then do they allow him to play in their stupid reindeer games? Sam Malone, Woody Boyd: Yes.
Dr. Frasier Crane: Oh, no, I know how the song goes. In fact, not only do Donner, Blitzen, et al, not love him and laugh out loud with glee, but they doubly dispise the bulbous-nosed little wimp.
Dr. Frasier Crane: Well, I've got to be off. Happy Holidays!
Special ed professor George Giuliani found dead he was ran over by what police suspect was a reindeer.
Obviously, this man child grew up in a very sheltered life, and it still that way, being a liberal prof and all. He has never really met a real “bully” before but a good ole fashioned Texas a$$ whoopin’ would probably straighten him right out on the definition and experience.
I happened to see this show the other night—I haven’t seen it since I was a child—and I was amazed at the message it promoted of tolerance for everyone, regardless of whether they have a physical defect or otherwise don’t “fit in”.
In today’s world, where non-perfect babies are diagnosed and murdered in the womb, where people like Terry Schindler are starved to death because they don’t measure up to someone else’s idea of “worthwhile” life—such a message is sorely needed.
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