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Da Pons… October 1, 2009

Filed under: Comet Archipelago — baker Blinker @ 8:55 am

“Nice ending for September, baker b.”

bb:

I was going to tell you the same thing. We know… well, do your quote here if you wish.

Hucka D.:

Thank you. As any hardworking Fred Flintstone could tell you, dig something long enough and you will find Bedrock. You know your bedrock now, baker b. It is Uncyclopedia, the most important book ever written, although it needs lots more cowbell, of course. You don’t need to be a part of this all important book to use the energy. You know how Lindt Labs’ Second Life began. Virtual reality started in Rome, then was erased from our history books, and then had to be jump started by Chesaw and Saw-chee because the original deadening was so effective. This started in Pieland, which, at least according to your article here, became Lindt Labs’ Second Life itself. I don’t think this is absolutely true, but Pieland is where Second Life can be seen to originate from. Good work, again. I will talk about this at any length you like.

bb:

Was Pieland larger than Big Island in its day? Wait… I know the answer to that one.

Hucka D.:

It was 7/6ths the size it is now. You guess that, though.

bb:

Where did the rat suit originally come from? Did it belong to King Marmalade, and was it sewn by one of his “slave units”?

Hucka D.:

Yes. King Lady Marmalade. It was also used by Denver Pyle as a key ingredient in superglue.

bb:

Neat-o. So obviously now the game was played in Pieland and not in Second Life, and the cat-tortoise Max was in Pieland as well.

Hucka D.:

There are two Pielands [at least]. Original Pieland and Second Pieland, that kinda sorta became Second Life, Lindt Lab style.

bb:

How did Pieland get, um, inside Azure Island’s Comet Archipelago, just very recently formed after all?

Hucka D.:

The archipelago is *old*, however. Older than Second Life. Pons is the original Second Life sim, in a way, not Da Boom.

bb:

But that’s a lie.

Hucka D.:

Yes.

bb:

Tell me more about your Big Island Book of Quotes, Lies, and Pomegranates (Needs More Cowbell).

Hucka D.:

It is what it says.

bb:

Now maybe I’m thinking about this too hard — probably am [as usual] — but Saw-chee, in rat form now, or with the rat suit on in some kind of permanent way, physically moved through a wormhole from Pieland to Pons in the archipelago. But also Chesaw seems to have followed.

Hucka D.:

Pieland itself was dragged into the resulting hole. Chesaw, Max, everyone and everything. But there wasn’t much to begin with so no big woopie there.

bb:

What will the 3rd… I mean, I assume the 3rd Trivia Ratsuit game will have to correct the 2nd in some way, as the 2nd corrected the first. The first moved the inception of virtual reality in our reality up almost 2000 years, or from Roman times to modern times.

Hucka D.:

No it just erased the early inception of virtual reality — too early — and allowed the inception to occur at a natural moment, which it didn’t. Thus the need for the second game — a jump start, as you said.

bb:

Where did Pieland come from originally, then, if it is pre-Second Life (Lindt Lab style again)? (pause). Hmmm, I think you’re going to say it all revolves around Max again. He’s the one who identified the need for the second contest, according to that proposed article [on Trivia Ratsuit].

Hucka D.:

Pielanders were happy with what they were doing, which basically meant that Chesaw and [also] Saw-chee were happy with what they were doing. Pieland was going nowhere, though, and of course the penguins and Lord Guin came. Max knew it was time to act. And Patty… forgot Patty. And Barbienia.

bb:

The Arab doesn’t seem to fit into the Uncyclopdia mold, Hucka D.

Hucka D.:

No, that’s after the shift. It caused Chesaw to move into Second Pieland as well, and Saw-chee to move out. Chesaw began to sell baked goods, not Saw-chee. 7 slice pies. He forgot about the Trivia Ratsuit game, as was written.

bb:

How did he remember?

Hucka D.:

Peter found the hole. There were rumors of a hole — as I said, Chesaw directed him to Chesaw Island where your Flynn lives now, and also the northeast corner of the Faye sim with the green on the ground. But Peter found it in his own back yard. Oz.

bb:

Chesaw didn’t really know where the hole was, then. Interesting.

Hucka D.:

The Tron arcade game was there, true enough. On top.

bb:

The Arab is forgetfulness — of Mythos. Of the Trivia Ratsuit contest itself. Of the consequences.

Hucka D.:

Buried.