Hey I'm Erin. I've been making alternate history garbage for a couple years but I've mostly been on reddit and deviantart until now. Here's my new thing if anyone cares to check it out:
>Wile E. CoyoteAlso Included into the mix was the fiery populist rhetoric of Wile E. Coyote, a local that sought to come to power on a message of hope and anti-roadrunner sentiment that he would hopefully carry to a barely squeaky plurality of the vote, campaigning in several representative areas that saw his support blossom.
On the contrary; Acme products continually fail to perform as advertised, and in fact the shoddiness of said products has resulted in considerable pain and suffering for Wile E., not to mention allowing the Roadrunner to escape. And yet he continues to buy from them, because what else is he going to do, who else is going to sell weapons to a coyote living in the desert? So there's your reasons for his being a socialist.>Wile E. Coyote
...Yeah, that's pretty unlikely, given his exceptional loyalty to a massive mail-order corporation.
Welcome to the forum!Hey I'm Erin. I've been making alternate history garbage for a couple years but I've mostly been on reddit and deviantart until now. Here's my new thing if anyone cares to check it out:
It has been suggested that Wile E. is either an employee of ACME, specifically a beta tester (Looney Tunes: Back in Action) or has an unlimited ACME credit card account stashed somewhere (Tiny Toons Adventures). Either way, it appears that Wile E. works for ACME - and it's not like he ever really showed signs of abandoning the corporation that his plans depend on.OTOH, on those occasions he speaks, he does so in a fancified, distinctly upper-class manner, so one could perhaps make an argument against his being a socialist from that.
Santa Claus is the head deity of the Christmasian religion. He is thought to be an immortal being who lives in the North Pole, makes and delivers good things to good people, and gives coal and punishes bad people. Santa is usually worshiped most during the 12 Days of Christmas festival that starts on December 13th and ends on December 25th. During that time there is feasting and drinking among followers and ends with a reading of "Twas the Night Before Christmas" and the leaving of offerings of milk and cookies for Santa when he arrives at night. In some regions, they eat milk and cookies similar to Christian communion, substituting the wine and bread for milk and cookies. While there are other deities in the Christmasian pantheon, Santa is the main one and the one who is in every single variant of the religion.