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P Free Fan Submissions - Weekend Roundup

Puppet Free’s Fan base continues to grow at a breakneck pace. Friends of Puppet Free have started up support groups across America and the world. Based on our mail, we seem to have a huge following in Russia (спасибо!).

We’ve sorted through the mail and pulled out our favorites. Feel free to submit anything you like via the comment box below.

And Enjoy!
The submission above ↑ from a P Free Fan® in Texas is reminiscent of another pic we got awhile back from our friends in Texas.

They call this the “Dallas Hello!”↓
Dallas Hello

Stranger accused of slapping crying child at store:

Stone Mountain, Ga. (AP) — Police say a 61-year-old man annoyed with a crying 2-year-old girl at a suburban Atlanta Walmart slapped the child several times after warning the toddler’s mother to keep her quiet.

A police report says after the stranger hit the girl at least four times, he said: “See, I told you I would shut her up.”

Authorities say the girl and her mother were shopping Monday when the toddler began crying. The police report says Stephens approached the mother and said, “If you don’t shut that baby up, I will shut her up for you.”

Submitted from a P Free Fan® in California

The whistles go…. whoo whoo!

And this item from awhile back, the sounds of Oakland:

Submitted from another P Free Fan® in California

And finally, these two pieces from a P Free Fan® in Arkansas:

First, we learn that Montgomery, Alabama station WSFA12 is amazed that a flat-bottomed broom can stand up. Fascinating!

Mysterious Broom Stands Up – Watch more Funny Videos
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The Myth of Sunny Disposition Economics

(Season 13: Margaritaville, first aired on Comedy Central Mar. 26th 2009)

Last week’s episode of South Park was funny. But the learning moment was a bit off the mark.

The lesson that Kyle “teaches” the community only perpetuates the myth that somehow the primary driver of consumer purchasing habits is “mood” or “feeling.” As though somehow if we could just get everyone in America permanently hopped up on Ecstasy, the mood would change and we’d all feel motivated to spend more.

Just to be clear, it’s a FACT that the key determinant of a consumer’s decision to purchase anything is the amount of money he/she has available to spend. Marketing studies show that “actually having money to spend” ranks even higher than “available in fuchsia” or “optional cup holders” as a consumer behavior indicator.
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