Alice's Adventures in Wonderland tells the story of Alice, a young girl who goes chasing after a white rabbit only to find herself waist-deep in all manners of disconcerting weirdness. Since the short novel’s publication the white rabbit has come to symbolize truth-seeking in general, though ideally not the sort that results in existential conversations with insects or attempting to use waterfowl as sporting equipment.
What does it mean to follow the white rabbit? Well, for starters it means rejecting the tripe which corporate media is only too happy to plate up for you. This is easy once you appreciate that not all facts are fit to appear next to an advertisement for breakfast cereal.
Next you’ve got to learn how to sift the facts from fabrications. In an era when anyone who’s off their meds can sit down at a computer and flesh out a lengthy conspiracy theory about how the Laotian government secretly controls the world’s AA battery supply, this skill is crucial.
And finally comes the hardest part: Not coming across as a raving lunatic once you’ve discovered the truth. Few people achieve this. But that’s okay – we're all mad here. I'm mad. You're mad.
This design is also great for people who just love bunny rabbits. They’re cute little things.