Which I assume references Always take a girl named Daisy (’cause daisies won’t tell). Poor Dan has to go to school in soiled ill-fitting clothes and bandages).But she insists that he look after all the kids while she takes off and returns home. When Dan gets to school, all the educational equipment is gone.Coach Vogel says that he thought he was taking the kids to a basketball game (HA! And, it turns out that JR hopped a ride on the bus to go see the Egyptian stuff too.
And Bast is a musician, what does he know about money, right? Although his ultimate plan (potentially ingenious, but practically preposterous) is that they buy one share of all the big stocks, get their prospectuses and read them all.Bast barely says anything but JR is on a roll: he got him the briefcase and that alarm clock (which runs backwards) and the business cards (which Simon pointed out I’ve been missing the typo on) and “I’ll call up that Virginia and fix it up where you get her to take telephone calls at the cafet…” (302).JR is also going on about the kind of massive tax breaks he (and Bast) will be able to declare.The other fun thing about Ween is that in addition to pretty much none of their albums sounding alike, pretty much none of their songs sound alike.So you can’t tell if you’ll like any other Ween songs based on this one. And if, like me, you haven’t see the video in twenty years, check it out had lots of locations and historical photo-op type things.