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Phineas & Ferb Is My Favorite TV Show—Perry The Platypus Graffiti

My favorite television show is the Disney Channel cartoon Phineas & Ferb.

The show is intelligently written, the characters are kind, and a big theme of the show is that we are each responsible to get out and do something each day.

Yet this message of sieze the day is conveyed in a humane way and not with Ron Paul meanness and vindictiveness.

One of the main chacters in this show is Perry the Platypus. Perry is a family pet and also a secret agent.

Here are facts about the platypus.

I was out and about in Houston a few weeks ago and saw the Perry the Platypus graffiti that you see above. The water below the picture is Buffalo Bayou.

Here is some history of American graffiti. 

You see that Perry is holding a sign encouraging people to recycle. Here is a history of the recycling symbol. 

One of the best things you can do when you seize the day is to be of benefit to others.

Checking out the Occupy Wall Street website would be a good start to taking action on your own and being of service to others.

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January 22, 2012 - Posted by | Uncategorized | , , , , , ,

2 Comments »

  1. He’s a semi-aquatic, egg-laying mammal of action…

    We should all have such laudatory things said about us.

    (We’re big P&F fans in our house, too.)

    Comment by Charles Kuffner | January 22, 2012

  2. So it is not just homes without children?

    Comment by Neil Aquino | January 25, 2012


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