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Jan 22, 2011 | 6:40 PM EST

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my mom said if u guys vote 5 she will quit smoking!!!! plz help!

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WolfoftheBorderlineWolfoftheBorderline

Rated 0 / 5 stars

Worthy cause, however...

It would be nice if I could give this a 5 to help your mom quit smoking, but this really isn't the site to try and do something like this. Your animating skills still need MAJOR work. If you're going to try and get a bunch of people to agree with you on something, start a facebook page.


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mazutomazuto

Rated 2 / 5 stars

At least this is better than the your 1st cartoon

Still some shitty animation.But better than your other one. And on the screen before i clicked on "play",did i see niggu or n****r? WOW,you sir are racist and has a bad taste in animation.I was going to give you a 5 but after seeing the "N" word,i rather give you a 2



NekoLynxNekoLynx

Rated 5 / 5 stars

clever troll

I vot3d 5ive i h0p3s ur m0m quitz da sm0k1n :D:D:D:D -RCXD



antopiniantopini

Rated 0.5 / 5 stars

Sucks

Dude this is the worst.



peanutfoot932peanutfoot932

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Masterful juxtaposition: bright colors, dark theme

While the previous installment in the hard-hitting Garfield Da Cat series dealt with binge eating, this one takes on a more powerful issue: marijuana. Here we have Garfield, a tortured figure whose inner demons drive him to take refuge in drugs against the wishes of his owner. One could easily extrapolate the allegorical connection to the disobedience of the American people to the government in the seemingly ineffective War on Drugs... While our government--our Jon, if you will--instructs us, with our best interest at heart, not to partake in marijuna smoking, many of us, just like Garfield, struggle with internal conflict which cannot be subdued by much else. Indulgence to numb troubling feelings is the centerpiece of this series, and it's tragic to see so many people dismiss something so thematically relevant in our modern Western culture. I, for one, appreciate this series, and strongly hope to see more of it in the future. Shine on, Garfield Da Cat.


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