Hello Stamas Bros fans and haters. If you are a hater we hope you’ll become a fan and if you are a fan we respectfully request that you stay one. Why? Because united we can forge ahead with the important Stamas Bros mission of uniting all Stamas Bros worldwide!
And the good news is that the definition of Stamas Bros has become more inclusive of those who were not born Stamas Bros in terms of their last name. You could be a Jones, or a Smith or even a Baryshnikov and still be a part of the fun. We celebrate your right to be recognized as a Stamas Bro if you so desire.
And now our special announcement. We are going to open up the Stamas Bros mission to include the Universe. This means those from solar systems both known and unknown can qualify to call themselves a Stamas Bro. Yes, because of the expanded Bros definition we are open to bringing into the fold martians, space beings and even tribbles.
If you are as old as we are or if you are a vintage sci-fi fan you know that tribbles were featured in “The Trouble with Tribbles” which was the name the 44th episode of the American science fiction television series Star Trek, which was also the 15th episode of the second season. It was first broadcast in the United States on December 29, 1967, on NBC.
We mention the tribbles lore because recently a group of these furry creatures were advocating at Stamas Bros headquarters that they be recognized as Stamas Bros or at least first cousins. Although we suggested first cousins once removed, they wouldn’t have it.
Suddenly the tribble activists increased in number right in front of our very eyes and filled the room. Intimidated with mountains of fluff that just kept getting bigger we caved in and now many of these adorable (yet menacing because of their claustrophobia inducing predisposition to randomly procreate in minutes) “big cotton ball look-alikes” are touting the Stamas Bros name with the pride befitting these adorable puffies.
As the room came to a hush and the fur grew, the tribbles had just one more request. They stated that they considered themselves artists in terms of their ability to multiply and knew that one of the Stamas Bros was known for his entrepreneurial workshops for creatives. In short, the tribbles wanted to learn how to become ArtisticPreneurs. Their wish was granted and soon after they got an endowment to create a performance art piece entitled “Help” that could only be viewed in its entirety from an aerial perspective. The tribbles had formed themselves into three giant letters: S.O.S.