The Apes of Wrath: An Introduction

Hi, I’m Mr. Paws, Javi’s loyal trained slave chimpanzee. I’ve been asked to write this blog for him, since he is too busy “saving the world and all that stuff”. Just between you and me, he isn’t actually saving the world. He’s just dancing to Tom Waits’ “Lie to Me”, but don’t tell anyone.

Anyway, writing a blog is no easy task, especially when you are an ape, but I’ll do my best and, hopefully, I will earn some spondulicks.

– Mr. Paws! Stop using those old fancy words in MY blog, you filthy monkey!

– Yes, master.

– Don’t “yes, master” me! And explain your… er… MY readers what the word “spondulicks” means! It’s not like I don’t know what it means, of course, it’s just in case you don’t know. That’s right. You. Not me. No, not me.

– Umm… Yes. Spondulicks. “A slang name for money, more particularly for paper money, as “I have spondulicks,” meaning money. The name was frequently used in referring to greenbacks (United States notes) when they were the chief circulating medium.”

– I knew it. And now, go on with MY blog, you filthy monkey.

– I’m not a monkey! I’m an APE!

– Whatever. Write if you want to eat today!

*Sigh* Well, that’s it for today. Like King Kong said: Ooook eeeeek ooook ooook OOOOK!

Yours faithfully,

Paws Pawson, Ph. D

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