Monday, June 12, 2006
Robyn and Crystal Bernard
Courtesy of: WFMU's Beware of The Blog

Baby Huey & The Babysitters
Satellite 7" : 1965
[Out of Print]

Los Lobos
Stay Awake: Various Interpretations of Music from Vintage Disney Films
A&M : 1988
[Buy It]

Clifford Gibson
c. 1960
Available on: Rural Blues Vol. 2 1951-1962
Document : 2000
[Buy It]

Toots & The Maytals
Monkey Man
Berverly's : 1970
[Buy It]

(1) If you had a million Shakespeares, could they write a monkey?
(2) Let's face it: The average computer user has the brains of a spider monkey.
(3) The monkey wears an expression of seriousness which would do credit to any college student, but the monkey is serious because he itches.
(4) I learned the way a monkey learns - by watching its parents.
(5) I sat my monkey on a log
Ordered him to do the dog
He shook his tail and wagged his head
And then he did the cat instead
(5) Man is more ape than many of the apes.At 20 a man is a peacock, at 30 a lion, at 40 a camel, at 50 a serphant at 60 a dog at 80 a monkey and at 80, nothing.
(7) C'mon you apes - do you want to live forever?
(8) We've no use for intellectuals in this outfit. What we need is chimpanzees.
(9) Body is like a water bubble. Brain is like a mad monkey.
(10) Cats and monkeys, monkeys and cats; all human life is there.
(11) We ape, we mimic, we mock, we act.
(12) It does get old to have to always be a monkey in a zoo. I don't know what it's like any more to be anonymous.
(13) Man has lost the basic skill of the ape, the ability to scratch its back. Which gave it extraordinary independence, and the liberty to associate for reasons other than the need for mutual back-scratching.
(14) The majority of husbands remind me of an orangutan trying to play the violin.
(15) My father was a Creole, his father a Negro, and his father a monkey; my family, it seems, begins where yours left off.
(16) There once was a brainy baboon who always breathed down a bassoon for he said, ''It appears that in billions of years I shall certainly hit on a tune.''
(17) Double, double toil and trouble;
Fire burn, and caldron bubble.
Cool it with a baboon's blood,
Then the charm is firm and good.
(18) Let's get down to brass tacks: How much for the ape?

(a) Sri Sathya Sai Baba (b) Kevin Bacon (c) Honore de Balzac (d) Jean Baudrillard (e) Prince Charles (f) Louis Ferdinand Celine (g) Alexandre Dumas (h) Bob Dylan (i) Bill Gates (j) Balthazar Gracian (k) Robert M. Hutchins (l) Henry James (m) Nietzsche (n) Laurence Olivier (o) Bill O'Reilly (p) Ezra Pound (q) Shakespeare (r) Starship Troopers (s) Hunter S. Thompson (t) Steven Wright


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