It is an obscure reference to a play put on at my wife's alma mater in Quebec.
In the play, a college professor always talking about himself, and his dialogs always began with a sweep of a cape over the left shoulder, followed by these words. Essentially "Me, myself, and I" in English.
Words such as "you" or "we" didn't exist in his vocabulary. My poor memory may have misplaced the reflexive pronoun "me" in the dialog, but it goes in there somewhere.
Greater significance than this it doesn't have. Because my original post was all about me, this line came to mind.
Nice avatar Mike! It must be from what, twenty years ago or so. Did you live in Phoenix then? Cause it looks just like my back yard when I lived over by Tower Plaza. (If you know what that is - AHA! Then I KNOW it's older than that! )