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Thanks Mr. Twain for your

Thanks Mr. Twain for your insight. I can see how it could be interpreted as a drug song but if one were to watch the cartoon in it's entirety, I think it seems more logical that the story is about growing up and learning to deal with the difficulties of living in the real world.

Songs mean what they mean to you, meaning the individual listener. We interpret songs as we can relate them to our own life experiences. Even Ron Paul's messages can be related differently to different people, depending on what kind of issue they are focused on at that time.

The founders would be ashamed at us for what we are putting up with.