Fairly early on in our relationship, Chris and I visited my grandparents in New Hampshire. (and have every year since) On the drive up, we passed a Moose-crossing sign. I have gone to New Hampshire every year of my life, only missing the trip twice. I have NEVER seen a moose. Regardless, Chris and I decided it was our goal to see a real, live moose, and to remind us of that, we started imitating Bullwinkle. Badly. But, it's continued to be a silly little thing we do, throwing up the moose antlers (otherwise known as jazz hands), and saying "Hey, Rocky..."
To this day, we have still never seen a moose. It would be nice. However, I'm posting because Alexander Anderson, Jr., Bullwinkle's creator has died. We can't help but be sad that someone that contributed to a fun aspect of our relationship has passed on. So, here's a small tribute to Mr. Anderson, and below is the link to the BBC News article.