I heard a fellow singing on the radio earlier this evening. Apparently, he had his mojo workin’, and I thought that was great news. Too often, these things either get lost or break down, probably because so many people use cheap, Russian-made mojos or maybe even Chinese knock-off copies.
It’s good to know that somebody has his mojo workin’ in these difficult times. We need folks with fully-workin’ mojos.
Hard times indeed. It got me thinking — people have little spare cash these days and with all these lost and out-of-order mojos, surely there must be a business opportunity to set up in business as a mojo mechanic. If you can’t get your mojo workin’, just drop it in to the workshop. We’ll get your mojo workin’ for you and if you done lost your mojo, you can buy a reconditioned one at a reasonable price. Pay it off over a fixed time: a dollar down and a dollar a day.
We’ll save you the trouble of going down to Louisiana.
Times of economic depression are always the hardest on mojos but one man’s loss is another man’s opportunity. Given the widespread despondency, the chances are that people all over the country are losing their mojos and not bothering to go looking for them. This will cause a mojo mountain, and if we’re not careful, panhandlers will move in and corner the mojo market for years to come.
Do we really want our grandchildren held hostage by unscrupulous mojo dealers? I think not, so come on, folks. Check out that old mojo. Get it workin’, and if you done lost it, head on down to Honest Bock’s Mojo Mechanical Magic Mo-sheen for a reasonably-priced replacement.
Previously: The Catechism of Blues