his perch upon the computer monitor, Homer Pez sees all.
Right off the bat, Homer, what is the message that you want
to bring to the world as a Pez dispenser?
Pez: I want to let working people know that
it's important to have fun at work. Whether you're flipping
burgers or working at a nuclear power plant, fun comes first.
Well, technically, safety comes first, and then fun... Actually,
not getting fired would probably be number two on the list.
But fun is definitely in the top five or ten.
Truer words were never spoken. Homer, what is your impression
of the American work culture today?
It's pretty sad. From my perch upon a computer monitor,
I get a daily glimpse of cubicle life. It seems to be such
a drab environment. No doors, no ceilings, and those weird
flourescent lights. Why can't work be more like it is on
the NBC hit comedy "Just Shoot Me," or at the very least
like on those Mike's Hard Lemonade commercials?
Interesting points. What would you consider your greatest
I'd say holding my ground and fighting the good fight. Once
in a while it gets rough on top of a computer monitor. The
desk gets bumped sometimes, causing me to fall a good foot
and a half, which, you know, is, like, six times my size.
But I've hung in there and still have all the paint and
spring-loaded capability that I was born with.
Regrets? I've had a few. But then again, too few to
I see. Homer Pez, do you have any parting comments to share
with the world out there, maybe something you think needs
desperately to be heard and known? Any important issues
of social justice? Any political statements? The microphone
is yours for one last time; run with it.
to know the Homer Simpson Pez Dispenser.