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Thoughts… November 13, 2009

Filed under: Big Sink,Hucka D.,Lill Burn Valley,Plant,Sternberg,Sunklands — baker Blinker @ 9:34 am

I’m going to talk a little by myself before bringing in others tonight. Much more exploring to do in SL, I feel… not done at all yet (!) Go back to the old Cabron/CUBUS area where Hucka D. claimed he grew up in, and where his father Kelley lived, which may be the same as Hucka D. (?) The cube is the bank. Am also reminded there is large banking area on west side of Big Sink… explore that more as well? But I think CUBUS is still a focus, especially since the Bill picture is still present beside the old Cabron lego-like site.

Want Baker Bloch to keep cycling as well, exploring X-ville and Y-borough below Sternberg, as well as Sternberg itself, perhaps the largest city on Jeogeot. Natural, I suppose, that Robert Plant Variant would have been attracted to going there, since it’s not at all far from his Nowtown where he grew up. Also explore more the Fyre Maven religion that he was a part of as a child. What about *his* parents?

And also explore more all the avenues possible through the Hammer of the Gods properties in Brouwer, the same area where he supposedly lived while in Big Sink during maturity. This is another trace of past through present, then (Hammer of the Gods being perhaps the best known biography about Led Zep, as well as a famous tribute band).

“It’s apparently not a very flattering book for Led Zeppelin, Mr. Plant.”

Plant:

No. Page really said it best in that article.

bb:

I wonder if it could be used for divination purposes. I know what you’re going to say…

Plant:

Use a better book.

bb:

Does the property represent a degeneration of the look and feel of the land during your days in Big Sink?

Plant:

Nothing against the Hammer of the Gods people in Big Sink, but: yes. They’re trying their best with more limited resources. The guy on the hill — Gas N’ Glass I believe — has brought back the truest picture from the past. In fact, he or she has made a direct conduit to this distant but better past through his efforts. There was/is a Brouwer water tower in both past and present now.

bb:

Going along with the idea that the past can be effected by the present as well as the more normal visa versa.

Plant:

Yes, explore that avenue further. Look at the jewelry.

bb:

Thank you. That it?

Plant:

You started.

bb:

How long did you stay in Sternberg before moving to Big Sink, Mr. Plant?

Plant:

I lived in X-ville. Not much money. Couldn’t afford Sternberg, especially after Page bailed on me. Book.

bb:

Where is the location of that Sternberg gallery you had me call once? It was the Blue Feather Gallery again.

Plant:

Well, duh, Sternberg (a reproving glance here).

bb:

Was it a gallery then?

Plant:

Museum. Ours.

bb:

Big Sink? The Initiative there?

Plant:

Think of those numbers. 1234567890.

bb:

Do you want me to call them tonight?

Plant:

Nah.

bb:

You said before you liked Y-borough less than X-ville.

Plant:

Well… X-ville was slummy but at least it had some character. Y-borough is worse than Crabwoo — current version. The old version was quite nice. Has Hucka D. told you about it?

bb:

Not sure.

Plant:

Then the good folks at Lill Burn Valley took me in. Already the value of the tube was being touted in Big Sink. They knew it could only be used for good or evil. (smiles)

bb:

But eventually you settled in at the basic area where Hammer of the Gods is now.

Plant:

Yeah. Not leaving yet.

bb:

And, um, you took care of the Joplin Tree there?

Plant:

Sort of. We took care of the sinks.

bb:

Was the Joplin tree there or… I know you’re going to answer it was both there and not there at once.

Plant:

Well… no. I’ll tell you.

bb:

It is in Chilbo still, a degenerative form.

Plant:

Yeah. True [enough].

bb:

I do know that Joplin is the thing missing from the front of the Rubi Temple of TILE now. Joplin ball, perhaps Joplin seed.

Plant:

Hucka D. says Newton 09 and Jasper 09 together show the way.

bb:

Should we look at those tonight?

Plant:

You look at them. Hucka D. may help later on. That’s more his ball o’ wax.

bb:

What of Winesap… Cashmere, Washington?

Plant:

*Very* interested in that. It counters the whole Hammer of the Gods fiasco. The book. Good book, [you see].

bb:

Is there anything buried underneath the Kashmir parcel in Crabwoo?

Plant:

No.

bb:

How about the center of the Chilbo sim?

Plant:

Well there’s the [Oracle] tree there.

bb:

Yes, that’s fairly close. (pause)

Plant:

I worked on Winesap while in Big Sink. Did Hucka D. not tell you that either?

bb:

No, I don’t recall.

Plant:

Page opened it to page 156 but he didn’t throw it in the river to make its way to the bottom of the ocean. It tells the story of how Big Sink is made. Center… Pudding Hole.

bb (baiting):

Where the Joplin tree was.

[Plant does not answer.]

Hucka D.:

Howdy.

bb:

Hi Hucka D. Plant’s gone for the night?

Hucka D.:

He had egg boiling duties. So you want to know more about the seed. Joplin. 156. Treemonisha. Newton and Jasper. 09 and 09. Number 9…

bb:

9th hole?

Hucka D.:

Front nine and back nine. Newton and Jasper. Yeah.

bb:

I’m not sure I’m ever going to know what was in the center of Big Sink, Hucka D.

Hucka D.:

*You*.

bb:

I was in the center.

Hucka D.:

*In* the center. Now.

bb:

Is it 2:22 or 2/2?

[Hucka D. doesn’t answer.]

“Hucka D.?” (pause) “Plant?” (pause) Looks like me again. Maybe this is a repeating universe thing, like in the Groundhog Day movie. “Is Anybody In There”. But I think a whole town is in there. Petemond? Could be. Uniko… Unicode. “A town was sent” — what does that mean? What of the Bill or Bills? I need help breaking the cycle of karmic repeating. A town was sent.

(to be continued?)

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