Monday Monkey “Monkey Train” (Episode 12)

If you like model trains, then you will love this episode.

If you have children, you will love this episode.

If you like monkeys who can read the Bible just enough to be dangerous, you will love this episode.

On the other hand…

If you don’t like children, were never a child, hate toys, can’t stand monkeys, or are a rabid KJV-only believer, you will NOT love this episode. But then again, you’ll probably not like anything else on this blog, either. That’s sad.

A Special Thanks

I would like to send out a special thanks to the guys at the Crossville Model Railroad Museum in Crossville, TN. They were very gracious to allow Mr. Monkey, Katie, and myself to film.

If you ever get the chance, try to stop by and pay the museum a visit. Tell them a monkey sent you.

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5 responses to “Monday Monkey “Monkey Train” (Episode 12)

  1. Reblogged this on mydestiny2011 and commented:
    Would like to share this please :). Thanks.

  2. Several years ago, the pastor at my old home church was teaching on this passage. He asked everyone “What do you think it means to train your child in the way he should go?” And I, smart alec that I am, immediately pipe up “Get him train sets!” and proceeded to nudge my parents. I was 19 or 20 at the time.

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