Treat Your Mother Right, or Mr. T Will Rap At You …Wait, Hang On, That Would Be Awesome

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Found Footage Festival has a lovely clip of one of the modern world’s great philosophers, Mr. T, waxing eloquent about not just his mother, but every mother, everywhere.

Happy Mother’s Day!

Oh man.  Remember dis battles?  Good times.

Update: Apparently, this video player occasionally displays an error message; if you refresh the page, it should play just fine. Sorry about that.

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