Thursday, August 18, 2005

Michigan J. Frog

Michigan J. Frog was the corporate logo of WB Network. However, WB has decided to eliminate him since he doesn't draw older people to their shows. However, I thought he was a lot better than any other corporate logo. WB replaced him with a silly flag: Comedy for All.

Frogs have many teachings that WB have missed. Here are a few:

Frogs demonstrate the principle of tolerance. Frogs come in all shapes and sizes. There are the tiny Spring Peepers, ugly Horned Toads, vigorous Bullfrogs, and green Barking Tree Frogs. The old song goes, “All God’s Children sing in the choir. Some sing low, others sing higher.” Listen to Frog songs, and you will here the low jug-a-rum of the Bullfrog, the rasping natter-natter of the Natterjack Toad, and the high peeps of the Spring Peepers. Together in unison, They provide a melody pleasing to the ear.
--ANIMAL Teachers: Frog Family

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