A Fine Use of a Harmonica & Thirty-Five Solid Reasons To Avoid The Wii

 

 

 

Best Experienced With:          Dylan & Will-i.-am;       Forever Young

(please right click on the link below to open the suggested background music in a new browser window.  Thank you The Band, Mr. Dylan, Mr. i-am. and Pepsi)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NSy2jbGB-Do

 

Jeffrey Goines quotes from the movie Twelve Monkeys:

“There’s no right, there’s no wrong, there’s only popular opinion.”

“Toys…..toys that want get out!”

 

 

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Mind of Mully

 

May you always do for others

And let others do for you

May you build a ladder to the stars

And climb on every rung

 

…….and may you stay forever young.

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4 responses to “A Fine Use of a Harmonica & Thirty-Five Solid Reasons To Avoid The Wii

  1. Kristi

    You forgot Fisher-Price toys- I had a freakin’ village goin on . In fact I just may have to recreate it for Cribs. It was really cool- it had a private airport, an A frame chalet, a two story traditional, a barn with animals, lots of cool cars and trucks, and the people had fabulous hair that didn’t move. Like Conan.

    • surfer1965

      You are pretty dang judgmental for someone that gets to listen to great music and see silly things every day for free. Up here in The Attic you get what you paid for.

      There is infinite demand for free and zero value placed on free, as demonstrated above by Kristi A. Another solid business lesson, provided free of charge by Mind of Mully.

      Oh, and Ms. A?

      No soup for you.

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