I'm Living On Fezz Power

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  1. Tim Fezziwig

    Tim Fezziwig Well-Known Member

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    I understand the cosmos. My fellow man wants me weak-a dupe-ripe for picking. "They" pretend to want to come to my aid. I prefer to walk when I can. 11 miles round-trip is no problem for me, I walk fast, I listen to R+R. I must keep to the back roads. I have a certain "energy" that can be seen from miles away. I once walked on the main roads. I kept getting 'hassled' by "friends?"

    Car/truck slowing down ..................

    "Tim, why are you walking? Get in."
    I would get in the vehicle. I've learned that people are "fickle." Turn down a ride from BOSSMAN/ mechanic/asparagus dealer=TROUBLE.........then they want to make me pay.

    I now wear a fake beard and a Dallas Cowboy hat. EVERYBODY knows I hate the Cowgillllllsss. This way I get to stay STRONG!

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    I just bought a house. I have a mid-size yard. I went out and bought a Scott 16 Reel Mower. No gas. You power it all by yourself. It is HELL hot here in Philly. I go outside and start walking. No annoying engine sounds. The blades just clip away. I finish. I feel GREAT. Healthy as Son of Sam. I see my new neighbor, KENFACE,waving at me. I run over.

    "Yeah, KENFACE?"
    "Yah, you want to buy a gas mower? One hundred clams."
    " No thanks. I need no gas. I run on FEZZ power!"
    "FEZZ power?"
    " Yes. FEZZ is my alter ego---------STRONG AS BULL!"

    He looks confused

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    2 hours ago I busted out my Scott for my second grass cutting. I put on my headphones. Thin Lizzy-Live and Dangerous starts...........I push my mower. My cat watches me from the window. He gives me a paw-up. He understands the mind/body connection. WORK YOUR BODY-OR------LOSE YOUR EVERYTHING.
    Don't Believe a Word starts. What a song. Phil Lynott was a true poet. I see my other new neighbor=NELSON FACE beckoning me..................

    I take off my headphones,

    "Hey NELSONFACE."
    "Hi Tim. Do you want to borrow my mower?"

    NELSONFACE is OK. I feel bad turning him down ,but, my health comes first.

    "NELSONFACE, thanks. I must not cash-in your offer. I'm the LAST FEZZ STANDING! I need to stay strong for the upcoming apocalypse. St. John knew the deal. The sky will fall ----real soon."
    "Ummmmmm,,,,, weaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaal, if you ever get tired........you can use my mower."

    I shake NELSONFACE'S hand..............................................................

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    Only I can save myself. Exercise is good for a FEZZ!

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    " he gives me a paw up " :applause:
     
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    Harlequin tusk Well-Known Member

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    Lovin it!
     
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    Tim Fezziwig Well-Known Member

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    Yes, ALL OF US STARS..........the payment is due-I'm giddy.
     
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    Anytime you want to do some yard work come on over. I'll buy you dinner.
     
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    Tim Fezziwig Well-Known Member

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    l, I walk to you, I'm in Philly, I smell a pilgrimage.
     
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    Lo-Tek Well-Known Member

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    Now that'll be a hike but I suspect you're the guy that can do it.
    We'll give you a day at the beach before we put you to work...
     
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    Tim Fezziwig Well-Known Member

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    L, I work for the love of discipline. I just need water and bean sprouts.
     
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    Fezz Power?? Sounds like some kind of new fangled, hyper expensive, greenie energy....

    What's wrong with coal and oil anyway? I've been coal powered since forever, and apart from getting sooty in tunnels, I have incredible strength, speed and grace.

    Cheers
     
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    I also must walk for health. My wife cannot walk so I bought a large car this year to make her trips easier. Now when I walk the six block round trip to the neighborhood grocery store friends, neighbors, old co-workers, "Need a ride?" "Car break down?" and even my loving wife, "Why didn't you drive?"
    sigh.
     
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    Fezzman! :applause::applause::applause:
     
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    B, even loved ones try to intervene? My dear old dad said, 'Tim , why bother with that little mower? new gas mowers start real easily=zero problems" NO, I WANT NOTHING!"

    MY FAVORITE PHRASE IS---KEEP IT!!!!!:lalala:

    My wife finally understands. She knows I must stay "focused." FEZZ MAIDEN can't be sought!
     
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    We had an electric black and decker mower as a kid that plugged into an outlet (late 60's early 70's), 2 little 6 or so inch blades. Before the Godzilla and the Monster movies came on tv on Saturday morning, Dad made me mow the lawn (1/2 acre back yard). Got .25 cents for job. One time Mothra was on and I ran over the cord on purpose and got shocked to try to get out of mowing, ran into the house crying, my Mom lit into my Dad for makin me do the lawn so early in the morning on wet grass ( was in 3rd grade) got to watch the Monster movies, Dad fixed the cord, I tried same thing next week...lol Pops was watchin out the window, saw me run the cord over again on purpose and came into the house crying again, he was PISSED and I lied to him, took away my .25 cents and whooped me for lying to him, couldn't watch the Monster movies for a long time.

    3rd grader mowing a 1/2 acre wet lawn with a POS twin blade mower, he also made me pickup all the clumps. All the lil peckers now never mowed a lawn all of them have landscapers!
     
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    When your cat gives you the paw-up you know its going to be an eventful day. :)
     
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    I Googled this Fezz power that you speak of but have not found it. Amazon doesn't even have it...:hmm:
     
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  17. Tim Fezziwig

    Tim Fezziwig Well-Known Member

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    Harl, that is a great tale. Whuppings, Lying, and Mothra. I can relate.
     
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    Tim Fezziwig Well-Known Member

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    M, it can't be bought. You must shun the world's temptations----feast on Beat Poetry+70's Pro 'Rassling+ Link Wray......then if you're lucky your mind will erupt.....then ENDLESS stamina.
     
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    My sister (who was a teenager at the time) was asked by my Dad to mow the lawn. The newspaper was on the lawn and instead of picking it up, she mowed around it, leaving a clump of high grass in the yard. My Dad never asked her to mow the grass again.
     
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    Drinking Tiger's Blood sounds easier...
     
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