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One of the earliest desktop computers can be seen . . .
. . . at the end of this 1933 Looney Tune, RIDE HIM, BOSKO! This climax is LIVE ACTION, and there's no mistaking the High Definition Flat Screen Ultrathin Monitor perched in the middle of the three animators' desk. Their machine is running advance AI (Artificial Intelligence) software so old hat to the team that they're too bored to contribute an ending to RIDE. As one of the Looney Tuners yawns "Let's go home," the trio leaves, thoroughly trusting their computer to wrap up the animated short with the Funniest Possible Capper--all on its own! Many Americans have struggled over the years to grasp the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle, String Theory, and Quantum Physics. When posed a Toughie, such as "Which came first, Looney Tunes or Donald J. Trump?" most U.S. residents simple shrug, muttering "Search me." RIDE HIM, BOSKO! provides the perfect escape from this conundrum. In the Beginning was the Loon, and it was Good. Then Honey Came 'Round the Mountain, and Bosko screamed "That's all, folks!"
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