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Just in time for the Halloween holiday, College Humor has come out with an animated short chronicling a senseless murder...and you see it at the beginning of every Pixar movie.

Whether you've seen the original short or the first thirty seconds of Toy Story or Wall-E, you are aware of Luxo Jr., the legally questionable icon of the incredibly successful animation studio. But as you sit down to watch those adorable monsters/fish/rats, have you ever once questioned what the "I" did to deserve such an end so grotesque and gruesome? I personally think it's another example of how our country turns a blind eye to violence. If Luxo Jr. were to rip off his lampshade, however, there would be protests outside the theater. For shame.

Enjoy the video embedded below.

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