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Loose Chatting, 02 June 19, 2009

Filed under: Uncategorized — baker Blinker @ 8:52 am

“Sorry about your Cabron and the Beehive of Truth, Hucka D.”

Hucka D.:

Tis OK. Disappointing, but OK.

bb:

Will the new Chro exhibit help fill in the void?

Hucka D.:

Yes sir. I will help. The Crabwoo-Chilbo connection is the most important thing in SL to me now. And perhaps for you as well.

bb:

Should we talk about Wheeler 09 [collage] tonight, then? And possibly some of the other 09 collages from the associated series [Jasper, Newton, Yale]?

Hucka D.:

You know now that the Noru gallery complex represents the situation more of Jasper 09 than Wheeler 09, since the associated waterfall Baker Bloch copied in Noguri [1 of 2 identical copyable waterfalls there] did not quite fit into the landscape, although a “perfect” spot was found. Perfect, I mean, as far as where it *could* have fitted in if the situation were a little different. But as it is, the gallery complex does not contain the waterfall, which is the same as the waterfall coming out of the rock rimmed portal in Wheeler 09. The same *rock portal* exists in Jasper 09, but with no waterfall in that case. You better link the collages to this post now, so you can take a look yourself.

bb:

OK, give me a sec. (pause). The posts talking about Wheeler 09, again, are here and here. The one for Jasper 09 is here.

Hucka D.:

Go ahead, then.

bb:

Well, I’m now remembering again that the waterfall was the last element I added to the earlier Wheeler 09, which is much like the Noguri waterfall I *attempted* to add as a last element of sorts to the Noru gallery complex. One fit, the other didn’t quite fit, despite my best attempts.

OK, we also know that the redder, larger parrot from Wheeler 09 [non-inverted one in terms of color] stands for Chilbo now, through that initial Fleep Tuque snapshot. I think that’s obvious, given the parrot kept repeating as well in Noguri.

Hucka D.:

Let’s take the Wordsworth grave, then. At a certain point, viewed from a certain angle, you realized that the fuchsia colored building in this same sim [Noguri] stood for this grave. It’s a building you noted a number of times already for this particular color, wondering if it could be connected with the fuchsia diamond that Karoz supposedly carved up during his time on Sansara, which you know now was actually his time on Mãebaleia. And then suddenly the resonance locked in, and you made the connection with the grave, specifically the headstone.

bb:

What is the significance of the portal not being formed on the Noru gallery properties, Hucka D.? The waterfall not being placed there, I mean.

Hucka D.:

It means that, unlike the situation in the Wheeler 09 collage, the portal could not be placed there, or opened there to allow the water to escape.

bb:

Maybe I should try again — to place the waterfall on the properties, I mean.

Hucka D.:

Maybe you should. But you cannot move the fuchsia colored building to your properties, and thus the purpose is defeated to a large extent. You cannot move, realistically, the parrot to your properties either. Too high a prim count for that one.

bb:

Reading further from that first Wheeler 09 link above, I remember that the album is the same as a sim, 512 x 512.

Hucka D.:

That would be…

bb:

OK, yeah, that would actually be 4 sims, if each pixel is a square meter. (pause)

Hucka D.:

Go ahead, then.

bb:

I suppose we should talk, then, about the piece removed to sync the album cover up with the base photograph from Rydal [in the Lake District, and home of Wordsworth for most of his life]. It exposes what might be the same as Wordsworth’s grave, a hole the same shape as his tombstone. This removed piece of the album is (pause). Hucka D., I’m thinking that the relationship of Jeogeot and Mãebaleia may be related to the Taijtu, since they seem to “spin around” each other in a similar way.

Hucka D.:

Exactly. That’s a comparison we wanted you to make.

bb:

You and, um, Hucka D. II?

Hucka D. (ignoring baker’s comment):

The parrots, you see. The parrots, inverted in respect to one another, and their tails. The Taijitu has 2 tails as well. This is the peak of SL.

bb:

Thank you.

 

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