Mike Clark: Ladies and gentlemen, sorry to interrupt you from your listening pleasureâ€¦ Iâ€™d like to have your undivided attention pleaseâ€¦ and please welcome the honorable Cyco Miko to the podium thank you.
Mike Miur: Thank you very much Iâ€™d like to thank brother Clark from the Suicidal Family for that fine greeting. Anyhow, I wanna jump in real quick so we can get back to the music; itâ€™s jamminâ€™ and I know you know it and I know it too. But sometimes you got to go to that extra level, take another step, step back, and get a running start on it. See right now I have to get to a point, a point most people wonâ€™t go because itâ€™s a little bit to close to the truth, and the truth isnâ€™t somethinâ€™ thatâ€™s gonna benefit them in the way that the want it to be. See my dad taught me a long time ago, itâ€™s not what someone does itâ€™s why they do it that really matters. And thatâ€™s what you should judgeâ€™em for. People can be the nicest person in the world, but thatâ€™s only to get you to think theyâ€™re nice, so they can let down the guard a little bit in your door and then you go in there door and they mess with your mind. Anyhow, too many people tryinâ€™ to get you to think the way they want you to think; what we say, is trying to get you to think, whatever way that may be, but to realize the way youâ€™re thinkinâ€™ may not be the right way and give it a little extra thought. So with that in mind, the question is, what do we do why we do? Everyoneâ€™s got a motivation and sometimes you got to judge that to see where their powerâ€™s cominâ€™ from or where theyâ€™re tryinâ€™ to throw it. See our motivation, beinâ€™ in the band, what weâ€™re tryinâ€™ to get across, is this right here, that little extra level. You see most people think they think but theyâ€™re not really thinkinâ€™ so they start thinkinâ€™ cause they thought they already thought, but they never did in the first place so itâ€™s their own little safety level. So I sit down and said, if thereâ€™s all these people so smart thinkinâ€™ so good, how come every day of my life thereâ€™s so many damn stupid people doinâ€™ stupid things. See a wise man once told me, he said, â€śMike, thereâ€™s two clubs, thereâ€™s the stupid people and the smart people. There ainâ€™t nobody blockinâ€™ the door at the stupid people entrance, anyone can go there. But the smart entrance, itâ€™s a little more exclusive.â€ť So what you wanna belong to? The country club, or the cardboard shack? The penthouse or the outhouse? Seems like an easy decision to me. So what weâ€™re all thinkinâ€™ about right now is what weâ€™re talkinâ€™ about, what weâ€™re talkinâ€™ about is what weâ€™re thinkinâ€™ about, and thatâ€™s the whole point: you should think before you talk. So where weâ€™re at right now is a place that we want to go: a little bit of help. See: everyday, everywhere you go, people do stupid things. Three hundred and sixty five days out of the year, people not thinkinâ€™. People that have the ability to think, that arenâ€™t thinkinâ€™. So what we want to do is nominate one day. Call it International Donâ€™t Be Stupid Day. Now what this is gonna do is be a little reminder, maybe we could wear a pin, maybe you could send a tape to somebody, and when they start to do somethinâ€™ you say, â€śwhoa, whoa, whoa. Hold on there partner. Today is Donâ€™t Be Stupid Day, so you canâ€™t do that.â€ť So what we want you to do is just take a twenty four hours out of your life, think about all them dumb things that you just go right ahead and do, when you know damn well you wouldnâ€™t want anyone else to do it, if you really cared aboutâ€™em. So start carinâ€™ about yourself, start usinâ€™ your mind, and as we say, start your brain.