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Joplin Ball Seed, 01 November 5, 2009

Filed under: Big Sink,Blackmount Sink,Hucka D.,Otaki Gorge,Sunklands — baker Blinker @ 9:30 am

“I think we should talk, however briefly, about the Joplin, um, ball, Hucka D.”

Hucka D.:

Um…

bb:

No comments?

Hucka D.:

Here’s Plant. (pause) Wait… OK, we’ll talk.

bb:

Is it a seed. *The* Seed?

Hucka D.:

Yes. Briefly.

bb:

What does this mean?

Hucka D.:

It was the only population place missing from the front of the Rubi Temple. Missing seed; missing tree; missing piece.

bb:

Is it a persimmon tree?

Hucka D.:

A God Tree.

bb:

And this was the seed planted at Voxtextra.

Hucka D.:

It wasn’t known as Vortextra, then. It was known as Pudding Hole.

bb:

But the seed didn’t sprout.

Hucka D.:

No. It worked in Rubisea. Didn’t in Jeogeot. Or it, er, worked in a different way. This was a different seed. The portal was opened.

bb:

But this is a different portal than the Rabbit Hole itself, because it’s not at the same location. The Rabbit Hole of Jeogeot is in Blackmount.

Hucka D.:

Rabbit Hole came first. It “merely” connected the two continents, as designed by my father Kelley the Bee Man. Teleporting wasn’t the automatic thing it is today. Kelley needed the Hole to properly fulfill his business ventures on the 2 continents he owned.

bb:

Now you say “owned”: this was pre-Linden? PL?

Hucka D.:

Yes. The Rabbit Holes are much older than the Vortextra Black Hole. Circa 2300 PL.

bb:

Wow. That is old. 2300 years before Second Lyfe actually began — Philip Rosedale…

Hucka D.:

You were just in Rosedale sim. Karoz, I mean. He saw shapes in the distance. He was scared. You shouldn’t have sent him to Sansara without preparing him first. He was cold; hungry. The campfire did not properly warm him. You give him a good winter coat and send him back sometime. Perhaps really soon, but perhaps not. You’ve got the Joplin Seed to worry about now.

*****

Hucka D.:

Rosedale, Kentucky. Not chance that it is right on top of Landsaw, Kentucky in Wolfe County. This points to the switch from PL, Pre-Linden, to PL, Post-Linden. Or, I guess better… no, let’s leave both at PL, just to confuse more and add a dash more humor. So the seed was brought over from Maebaleia, let’s see, around 500 PL? -500.

20Rosedale02

That’s the house where the toy avatars created their Confederation, just [after?] the Trivia Ratsuit contest that re-jump started your Second Lyfe. During Rosedale/Linden Second Lyfe, when it became with the “i” and all and lost the “y”, the toy avatars quickly became obsolete vehicles of motion. Shame. Blame shame.

bb:

You mentioned a confederation created in Pieland. I’m assuming, again, that Landsaw, Kentucky refers to both Pie*land*, and its founder or leader, Che*saw*. Landsaw, then.

Hucka D.:

At almost the same time Rosedale created SL. Actually it would have to overlap to some degree.

bb:

Back to the Rabbit Hole. You said they were Ancient.

Hucka D.:

Built by the Ancients as well, as hired in retro-time by daddy. The hole allowed St. Lemon of Troy to create his [revelationary] Revolution epistles for the Sinlands or Skinlands churches, 6 or 7 in all. Later they became the Sinklands churches and, after a time more, the Sunklands churches. But only several remain in any form atall. Otaki Gorge would be one. Peter was buried in the graveyard in back of the church. It was an open area church, somewhat like [what] is still set up in the bottomland there. And Lill Burn Valley hasn’t changed an awful lot. Many of these same avatars were there, since reincarnation applies to avatars as well as to users.

bb:

But what I’m getting out of the read of the St. Lemon of Troy post, Hucka D., is that the parishioners were nudists before the St. Lemon reformations, coming from the direction of Maebaleia.

Hucka D.;

That would be correct. They were nude because Jeogeot wasn’t really cold in those days. Still isn’t, of course, but that’s because there’s no weather at all now in this SL world. No [touchy/feely]. Now St. Lemon came along and said: this is wrong. Really wrong. You shouldn’t be walking about and bending over with all your naughty bits hanging out. So he sent clothes over til they could build their own clothing stores and factories. Skins became a hot seller, the thermal type. People thought they were cold all of a sudden. They forgot how warm Jeogeot actually is… was.

bb:

I have this feeling you’re going to say that golf was a popular sport then as well.

Hucka D.:

Well that’s the reason for the tree! Persimmon makes the best woods, and they saw that tree, that giant one coming from Maebaleia as well, as an unlimited source. They’d prune the thing now and then and make mucho golf clubs from the trimmed stuff. They already had the iron from the mine over in Jeremy for the middle clubs and putters and such.

bb:

Peter was, literally, buried under the 18th green, wasn’t he?

Hucka D.:

Actually it was the [middle of the] 9th [fairway]. His request. There were only 9 holes in the giant Sunklands golf course, then. Essentially the whole of Sunklands — Skinlands or Sinklands then, of course — was this course. That united the 6 or 7 churches, that activity. St. Lemon wrote his 9 and then 18 epistles with that framework in mind.
bb:

Hold on Hucka D.

*****

bb:

I know who grannie is, Hucka D. Grandma Death.

Hucka D.:

Vortextra.

bb:

Can we talk about what went wrong some more?

Hucka D.:

‘Nother night.

bb:

Thank you.

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