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I came across some thoughts on how KM is being reflected through cartoons.
Cartoons are fun but they do not just provide entertainment value alone. They also teach us a lot. How to be sportive, how to recover from a deadlock situation, how to look at the lighter side of things, how to forgive, how to laugh out openly, how to be creative and a whole lot more. Cartoons certainly prove a point or two in the examples below.
Jerry writes a book on Tom and Jerry's encounters and gets a sack of money for it from the publisher. Not knowing anything about it till that moment, Tom is just about getting angry and enraged when Jerry shows him that 50% of the cheque amount had been made out in Tom's name. It was a question of putting their abilities together to get the money, even if we are only referring to Tom's ability to chase Jerry. Of course, Jerry had the values and attitude to not run away with the money but share it with his "partner".
Popeye depends on his spinach more than anything else for his strength. However, there were occasions when his hands were tied and he could not get to the spinach. In these circumstances, it was another partner who teamed up and provided him the spinach.
Dexter might be a genius but it took his sister to ask him a few silly questions at times to get a brainwave.
Given all this, one does not have to search long to find the reason why the coyote never seems to be able to catch the road runner in The Road Runner series or why Sylvester is never able to catch Tweety in The Loony Tunes. The coyote and the cat are not part of a team respectively.
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