In everyone’s life there comes a time when there is a strong desire to build something lasting. A time when a person no longer wants to not just enjoy their own life but also give something back to the world.
I have reached that point, and I want to give the world a Parroting School.
Fact: There are zero Parroting Schools in the world today.
Fact: Parrots name their babies Click here and read this little mind blowing article from Mental Floss.
Fact: My parroting School will be the first and greatest parroting school of all time.
Like all great dreams (Man on the moon, Mount Rushmore, The Hanson Brothers Reunion Tour), I need to first build my castle in the sky and then work hard to build the stairs to meet them. My parroting school castle is already in the sky (so presumably, parrots can already reach it). But for me to reach it, I have laid out the following 17 point plan.
Parroting School To Do List
- Open parroting school for disadvantaged parrots
- Teach those parrots micro-finance and genetics
- Teach them not to be socially awkward (we all know that social awkwardness is a huge problem amongst parrots)
- Teach them about safe parrot sex—never in midair, never near open flame or in sight of humans and parrot chicks.
- Get a celebrity (Angelina Jolie obviously) to endorse parroting school and make it trendy for celebrities to own pet parrots.
- Kick out all the poor, disadvantaged parrots from my school
- Make school an elite school marketed to rich people’s parrots only
- Become rich off high enrollment cost of parrots in my school
- Open a study abroad program exchange program for parrots so that they can become cultured
- Use exchange program as a springboard to become an advocate against parrots who discriminate against parrots of different colored plumage.
- $$$Make it rain!
- Buy yacht
- Teach parrots to sail my yacht and pay them competitive parrot wages
- Make one parrot my first mate
- Call him Danny
- Teach him to be my wing man and to hit on women in over seven languages
- $$$Make it rain!
— Albert Einstein
— Charles H. Spurgeon