Wednesday, January 04, 2006

THE ADVENTURES OF GOAT BOY CONTINUE...

Fearing that Farmer Jones would not support his musical aspirations, Goat Boy fled to the mountains, where he was last heard singing. "Climb every mountain..."

Farmer Jones is generally a good man and payed a handsome sum to purchase Goat Boy. Do you think that Goat Boy has a moral obligation to return to the farm?

6 Comments:

Blogger MollyNanny said...

There may be fashion restraints on Goat Boy (a trim would help)but there are no ethical restraints on him, unless the two parties entered the agreement as equals under the law, and they did not, but as owner and as owned. Slavery. Such a contractual arrangement binds said Goat Boy to restrain what are his natural gifts for singing,pan flute playing, eating sweet grass and leaping into the air frolicking over the mountains. A similar question could be asked in my profession, Nannying. Does a parent, in fact, own a child,is he, too, chattel? A talent like Goat Boy must be protected from all who would harm his gift.

9:43 PM  
Blogger tinaNanny said...

Paul, can you figga out what she's talkin about? Because it's OK if you can't. I never know what she's talkin about when she goes off like this.

As for Goat Boy, it's OK if he has no morals. I have no morals and look where I am, the Superstar of Nannies. As for "Climb Every Mountain" --oy. I already booked him for Fiddler! How's his "Sunrising and Sunset?" Is Jones good for the Yenta part?

Such complications you have out west or wherever you are. But it's OK, I'm on speed dial already. Fixin tings.

Your new best friend,
Nanny Tina

7:14 AM  
Blogger MollyNanny said...

Dear Paul, Our computer consultant, Bryan Tinpotte (not to be confused with his difficult twin, Ryan) is working on placing a link to Freaks of Nature. Nanny Tina and I are pretty much incompetent at this. However,Bryan should have it in place soon. Your forebearance, please.

6:45 PM  
Blogger Frank Cheshire said...

great pics, funny stuff man!

9:25 PM  
Blogger Richard Emblin said...

thanks for creating a link to my site. I did the same. It seems a good way to move our readers. Hope you are well, and let's be in touch. richard

4:59 AM  
Blogger The Whippy Curly Tails said...

You are a crazy man, man!

The Whippy Curly Tails in the Toasty South

=^..^=

8:02 PM  

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