Rapid T. Rabbit
Rapid Transit Rabbit (September 16, 1957 - August 1, 2017), most commonly known as Rapid T. Rabbit (real name Richard James Concepcion), was a fursuiter and puppeteer who lived in Flushing, Queens, New York, USA.
Rapid was interviewed on The Daily Show in 1999. He was also interviewed for an article on mascots in SPY Magazine in 1990, on the Channel 4 UK program Americana in 1994 and the Canadian documentary film Behind The Mascot in 2003, as well as the 2009 short documentary A Tail of Identity. He also was seen at the White House Easter Egg Roll on NBC's The Today Show.
Richard passed away on August 1, 2017.
- Rapid T. Rabbit's profile on LiveJournal. Retrieved August 3, 2017.
- Rapid T. Rabbit - Welcome to the Rabbit Hole webpage. Retrieved 2017 October 1.
- "I now have my own monthly magazine column!" - posting by Rapid T. Rabbit, in the LiveJournal community. Dated May 15, 2010. Retrieved May 15, 2010
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- Rapid T Rabbit's Rabbit Hole, including Richard James Concepcion's biographical information and background (archived March 18, 2009)
- Rapid T. Rabbit on YouTube
- Rapid T. Rabbit on Facebook
- Rapid T. Rabbit's Reader - Rapid T. Rabbit's LiveJournal community
- Rapid T Rabbit - a day in the life of Rapid T Rabbit, from the documentary "Behind the Mascot"
- "A Hare Piece" - 1999 Daily Show segment
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