That's what Peter Pan and his little fairy-dusted pals sang to Wendy in the 1960 broadway musical, "Peter Pan," made famous by Mary Martin.
Peter Pan the musical is now Peter Pan the the socialist maneuver, produced by George Soros, directed by the DNC and financed by the US taxpayer through stimulus funding by the company that owns the company that controls Zuccotti Park.
You remember... Brookfield Asset Management, Inc., the corporation that owns Brookfield Renewable Power Fund, which owns Brookfield Office Properties, whose holdings include Zuccotti Park (One Liberty Plaza). And as of December 7, 2010, Brookfield also owns the Granite Reliable wind farm project that just recently received a $168.9 million loan guarantee from the Obama administration. (H/T to Business Insider)
We should all get front row tickets to this show.
But every show needs a star; and there is now a new Wendy.
The Florida mom who ditched her banker husband and four kids to live in Zuccotti Park squalor is a hippie homemaker whose neighbors are horrified by her latest antics -- but are hardly surprised that she flew the coop.The bong hits of fairy dust will do it every time.
Stacey Hessler, 38 -- a self-described “vegan freak” who’s into dreadlocks, roller derby and “unschooling” her kids -- acts like a self-obsessed college sophomore who never grew up, said a neighbor in her hometown of DeLand, Fla.
“I’m not disgusted she took off [to protest] -- because I’m not surprised,” seethed one next-door neighbor who asked that her name not be published.
“She believes everything should be free,” the neighbor added.
One angry neighbor said yesterday it was hardly surprising that Hessler would leave her kids behind and go radical.
“She’s very bizarre,” the neighbor insisted.
On her Facebook page, Hessler wrote about being a surrogate mom. She also boasted of a panoply of California-style beliefs.
She called herself a “radical unschooling mom of four, midwives assistant, roller-derby queen, rock-star musician, activist, dreadlock princess, African-bee keeper, organic vegan freak and a surrogate for the second time.”
Hessler has gotten even more hippie since she arrived in New York. In Zuccotti Park, she’s been sharing a tarp with a Brooklyn waiter and plans to stay “indefinitely.”
I won't grow up!
I don't wanna take a bath!
I'll be unemployed forever!
Shit on police cars for a laugh!
If growing up means serving my family,
Instead of screwing some waiter under a Zuccotti Park tree,
I'll never grow up!
Never grow up!
Never grow uuuuup!