No more monkey business

No more monkey business

Elf project – no more monkey business

Take a look at that! The work had gotten off to such a good start, but the Kozaru still managed to obstruct our progress. They claim to refute the Grand Puddah’s presence and use this as an excuse to interrupt our work site and halt all progress. We’ll never finish if we keep going at this pace!
We’ve made an effort! Our guards, on the other hand, are already struggling with the Pandissidents. They believe that by allowing the Kozaru to do as they please, they would be able to preserve some sort of harmony with them while concentrating on the Pandissidents. In the meantime, the Kozaru, sadly, feel free to harass someone at the construction site on a regular basis.
If you ask me, I believe we can put them to the test. They won’t attack as much then, I’m sure. But the only thing I’m good at is cutting rock. You, on the other hand, seem to be a professional fighter! If only we had someone to assist us like you…
Is that true? Are you certain about that? It’s just that I want to be clear that I won’t be kept liable for any injuries you sustain when performing your duties. And, to be honest, it’s not even a career! Simply make your own independent decision to show the Kozaru that we will not sit here and allow them to threaten us indefinitely.

No more monkey business?

No More Monkey Business is a stunning, up-to-date expose of a theory in serious trouble. It provides a thorough review of the overwhelming empirical evidence that now clearly contradicts evolution theory, as well as documentation of the theory’s complete abandonment by an increasing number of the world’s top scientists.
This novel, written with wit and brimming with interesting scientific facts and directed at the educated layperson, illustrates the major problems now challenging the naively simplistic theory introduced more than a century ago. The book also includes a philosophical analysis of evolutionary theory’s full incompatibility with the Bible.

Chuck berry – too much monkey business

Chuck Berry wrote and recorded “Too Much Monkey Business,” which was released as his fifth single by Chess Records in September 1956. It was also released as the third track on his first solo LP, After School Session, which was released in May 1957, as well as an EP. [1] In 1956, the song reached #4 on Billboard magazine’s Most Played In Jukeboxes list, #11 on the Most Played by Jockeys chart, and #7 on the Top Sellers in Stores chart. [three] [4] “Too Much Monkey Business” was registered in Chicago, Illinois, on April 16, 1956. Leonard Chess and Phil Chess organized the event. Berry was accompanied by Johnnie Johnson on piano, Willie Dixon on double bass, and Fred Below on percussion (drums). [two]
Bob Dylan’s “Subterranean Homesick Blues” was influenced by “Too Much Monkey Business.”
[nine] In “Too Much Junkie Business,” a combination of Bo Diddley’s “Pills” and “Too Much Monkey Business,” glam rocker Johnny Thunders paid tribute to Berry’s album. Berry’s song served as the inspiration for KMFDM’s “Too Much,” which was released on their compilation album 84–86. The song was inspired by Michael Jackson’s song “Monkey Business,” which appears on his album Ultimate Collection (2004) and includes the line “too much monkey business.”

Skid row – monkey business (official music video)

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