supports on the way into Northampton
, written like Burma-Shave jingle
s, one word at a time. It's part of the ongoing war on the war on drugs
that several local activist
s have taken a shine to recently with flier
s and similar graffiti.
However, it's also a Cheviomega song.
You know i can't deny it
my mother said it too
Dumb. Very dumb.
I never was as smart as you
you always liked you better
my mother liked you too.
i guess i have no excuse.
i guess i have no complaint.
I had one of their fliers hanging at my desk at work: it's got handcuffs
on one side and says Freedom Fighters of America
. It certainly gets second looks.
I find myself, in conversation with myself, singing this ditty as i judge my own days, actions, words, decisions. I catch a slip-up - how Dumb. Dumb. Dumb. Very dumb.