About one year ago, The Scooby-Doo Justice Project spokesman Ralph Cramp was invited to give the commencement speech at the graduation of his local middle school. it was a message of inspiration, encouragement, and preparation for the real world that the students needed to hear. But thanks to a busy-body on the school board who saw a printed copy of the speech ahead of time--they never did. In a spirit of generosity, Ralph recorded a "generic" version of the speech so that it could be used by any school at their graduation, in the event the scheduled speaker was unable to make it. Here, in a specially reissued version with a new introduction and an update at the end, Ralph's stirring speech is as powerful and as necessary as ever.