greetings from me & mine to you & yours. Spring is upon us like a cheap cologne, and kabuki can once again hear the murmurings. To be loved is divine, and better yet to be loved from afar. Makes cleanup a breeze - if you get my drift. Yet I feel Iwould be remiss if kabuki did not address the question asked every spring. "May we please erect a monument in your honor?" Well- if wouldn't be the first thing kabuki had erected- if you see where I'm going. I know your love for kabuki is endless - like a Glen Beck show, but without the stupidity. Are you smelling what kabuki is cooking. I realize the need to give back, to honor, to make substantial offerings to the one that is moi. How could you not? I've known me longer,andI give myself prezzies frequently. I just ate a glazed donut. It was a gift. A delicious gift, and how could I refuse? Kabuki is not wired that way. Are you picking up what kabuki is laying down? How can I deny humanity? What gives me the right to torment? Where am I going with this message to the masses? Let me explain it simply. kabuki is both honored and humbled by this request. But to allow such worship would allow some to feel more pleasure than others. "I live near the kabuki statue, you do not. you suck" Can you feel the shame, the emptiness - oh the humanity. Plus I have no doubt that property values near my edifice would skyrocket, allowing only the Donald Trumps of the world access. It's just so hard. How to giveand give back simultaneously. Fortunately kabuki has the brains to backup the looks. No thanks necessary - its just part of being a 'total package'. (and still single - what!) kabuki has the solutionto this, and many other problems. All you need do is ask (ahem- Mr. President). My answer -A park. For the children. Because kabuki cares. For the children. Perhaps 20 acres or so. In every city. For the children. Imagine. kabuki fields. forever.