Things that I think and do
He keeps asking brothers what’s going on but never really seems to get an answer. Broadly speaking I seem to recall that the song is about civil rights in America but because Marvin died some time ago (something I only realised in about February) I doubt I’ll ever find out.
In the summer of 2000 someone seems to have released some hounds, but instead of starting a full-scale investigation as to who did it and what their motive was, authorities at the turn of the millennium seemed satisfied with a repetitive song by the Baha Men, which gives us no answers. Is the song a cutting political and social commentary? Or merely a vehicle for canine onomatopoeic lyrics? Who knows.
I don’t know because I’ve never watched it and, frankly, I’m never likely to. I don’t even know who Roger Rabbit is.
It’s a mystery to me. They both have wonderful accents and are super merry characters. Their presence can only brighten up any post-match interview, and would make a change from the current fad of foreign managers displaying zero emotion when their team scores a goal. Playing it super cool doesn’t make you look edgy or enigmatic or endowed with unbelievable powers of management. It makes you look like a dickhead.