Someone stole the Lorax! I can’t believe it’s true
Don’t people around here have better things to do?
A Lorax bronzed and proud perched among Dr. Seuss’ flowers
We’re all pretty pissed here, we’re all pretty dour
I need to repeat this – some people forget
If it belongs to another, it’s not yours to get
Leave our garden alone! Bring our Lorax back home!
Go hug a tree, save the whales, write a tome
Your fifteen minutes is up, you looked really dumb
6 thoughts on “Who Steals The Lorax??”
I was so annoyed when I heard on the news that someone actually stole the Lorax from Dr. Seuss’ house!
Sorry I’m running way behind on my reading this week. Great post! I’m not real superstitious but there’s some bad Karma in stealing the Lorax!
I’m with you Frank! Thanks for stopping by – I look forward to reading your comments as much as I enjoy writing these posts! 🙂
I didn’t realize how literal this was until I read your comment! I thought your sentiment was along these lines, from Business Week:
“[I]t’s a triumph of commercial chutzpah that the just-released Illumination Entertainment animated film manages to tie what Stephen Colbert calls a ‘little orange tree hugger’ to 70 corporate partners, from IHOP pancakes to Mazda’s CX-5 SUV, to Seventh Generation disposable diapers, to an HP printer app. Nothing draws multinationals like a green sponsorship opportunity. Even if it’s orange.”
Either way, bad karma.
Lol – and here my indignation was truly quite literal…You’re right, bad mojo for sure…