Found this on the animated news website:
Eleven-year-old Thomas Adams on mission to 'Save Our Looney Tunes'
The Big Cartoon Database reports that eleven-year-old Thomas Adams of Tulsa, Oklahoma has collected almost 34,000 signatures at Save Our Looney Tunes, a website formed last month to keep Warner Bros. from "ruining" the classic Looney Tunes characters. The move was made last month, after Warner Brothers' plans to debut Loonatics this fall were unveiled. Loonatics follows the adventures of the "descendants" of the current Looney Tunes, set in the year 2772. Adams, a fifth-grade pupil at Holland Hall, an independent college preparatory day school, suggests that the Loonatics, such as 'Buzz Bunny,' look evil. His goal is to get 100,000 signatures on his petition by this summer, then presenting the petition to Warner Brothers. "We urge Warner Brothers to create entirely new characters for the series rather than 'ruining' the classic characters," the petition reads. "We know they are saying that these are descendants of the classic characters, but it doesn't really look that way. Some 'classics' just shouldn't be tampered with." Signatures for Adams' petition have come from all 50 states, in addition to such countries as Japan and Austrailia. Even American soldiers in Iraq have signed the petition.
P.S: Aren't kids intelligent nowadays? I didn't even know what a computer was at eleven!
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