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Desc:Furry fights the good fight against city hall, to keep NYC's streets lined with kiddie horsie rides
Category:News & Politics, Horror
Tags:furry, fursuit, Public Access, New York City, Rapid T. Rabbit
Submitted:revdrew
Date:09/18/07
Views:1768
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Comment count is 5
joyofdiscord - 2007-09-18
This is the voice I imagine all furries as having. What an amazingly pointless crusade. Chuck E. doesn't look particularly thrilled to be there either, though perhaps I'm projecting.
EvilHomer - 2007-09-19
For all we know, Chuck E is a furry too.

My favorite part? The fucking Rabbit can't even recite his pitch without tripping over every third word. He reminds me of a highschool freshman trying to give an oral report on the history of the state of Arizona.
Stopheles - 2007-09-19
I love to think that he actually spoke to the city councilman while wearing his rabbit costume.

I actually live in Ridgewood, Queens, and you'd have a hard time proving to me that there is an ordinance against coin-op rides; there's a magnificent unlicensed 90s Batmobile next to the neighborhood 24-hour convenience store.
Cube - 2007-09-19
I'm not quite sure that lisp is just a part of the character.
fluffy - 2009-08-19
From what I've seen of this guy, he's ALWAYS in character.

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