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Question by Carl Huber. Uploaded on February 24, 2012
I think all of Walt Disney's characters were missing their pinkie fingers, a common chain saw consequence in some parts of the country, and certainly not a reflection on their lack of humanity.
And we have a winner. Good one 99
Maybe I've been away too long but I'm "cornfused" by the question. Humans are primates and the great apes have opposable thumbs. But I don't remember if disney characters have opposable thumbs.
I suspect the lack of a pinkie finger may limit some in their ability to seek out those "nasal nuggets" while they're driving on the highway. I have a friend or two who are missing digits (accidents will happen) but most are arguably human if their wife doesn't vote against them.
i have all of my fingers but there are some who will swear that i am not human!
seadog not to nitpick but great apes have semi opposable thumbs. Humans poses both opposition and apposition movement. This translates to fine motor skills. Humans also have longer thumbs relative to their other digits.
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