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We Better Keep Chattering, Vol. 1 of ? February 15, 2010

Filed under: Hucka D.,Uncategorized — baker Blinker @ 8:58 am

“Hucka D. Come in Hucka D.”

Hucka D.:

Here.

bb:

Thank you. Are you doing well tonight? Did you get all your ironing done?

Hucka D.:

I wish I could say it was a chip shot but I can’t. Then afterwards I got to just putter about, though. How was Blackmount? Did you see Doug?

bb:

Blackmount was quite interesting (!) Doug… no, don’t remember a Doug.

Hucka D.:

He lives in the Doug House (sp) near the Rabbit Hole, on the south east east side. In the corner of the lot with the maple leaf rag. On the bench beside the park with the ducks and geese.

bb:

No, Hucka D. Don’t recall that. Don’t recall any of that specifically. There was a nice park setting in the southwest part of the Blackmount sim.

Hucka D. (frustrated?):

Nah, that’s not it. Let’s move on.

bb (reassuing):

I’ll keep my eye out for this Doug when I return, though. Haven’t finished exploring there yet.

Hucka D.:

OK, you do that.

*****

bb:

Sorry, Hucka D. Had to refill my coffee mug.

Hucka D.:

Me too. Mixed in with some… well, better not say it.

bb (continuing):

Hucka D., I feel we have many, many things remaining to talk about…

Hucka D. (interrupting):

… the hysteries of the universe, starting with Big Sink of course.

bb:

Right. Do you wish to speak about St. Nick of Barkley more tonight?

Hucka D.:

Yes I do (pause).

bb (encouraging):

Well?

Hucka D.:

You ask.

bb:

OK, so I’m getting the impression that St. Nick is somewhat the same as our Santa, also called St. Nick or St. Nicholas, and that he, er, diverted a small portion of toys he streams to children all over the world to our small corner, specifically two local parks called Frank and Herman which collectively have a blog category here. And, namely, the toys called Mossman and also the little candy Mmmmmm’s you presently see in commercials.

Hucka D.:

Divert is a good way to put it. Surplus. Toys otherwise not loved as much as most others. But put to good use in these parks, yes. Toy avatars.

bb:

Why would this diversion be needed in the first place?

Hucka D.:

St. Nick of Barkley is a complex personality. Cruel, vain, hound dog, jailhouse bird, tender and loving, address unknown…

bb:

You said he didn’t approve of the formerly independent country of Sharon joining up with Azure and other countries to form Wazob.

Hucka D.:

No. He didn’t approve. He caused the diversion, then.

bb:

What was Wazob’s position on avatars (bodies used by users instead of inhabited by souls)? Or Sharon’s for that matter?

Hucka D.:

Nail on the head, my friend. Nail on the head. (pause)

bb (again encouraging):

Well??

Hucka D.:

Ask about the Glop People. The ones from Uranus and a bit Neptune and a bit less Pluto, even.

bb:

Alright, I’m asking, Hucka D.

Hucka D.:

Glad you asked. They came in cubes from (these planets). Uranus mostly. They thought they were called. By The Pope.

bb:

I take it you’re not talking about the Catholic Pope here.

Hucka. D:

No… the (extraterrestrial) plant The Pope. From Cairo… we won’t say which one.

bb:

As I understand it — what little I do — The Pope was suppose to act as a conduit between Earth and Mars.

Hucka D.:

But Mars is Second Life here. Through the Jeogeot-Wazob melding. Or Jeogeot-Mayland. M-N… Mars.

bb:

I know that chromagraphs are involved somehow. With the Glop People communication, I mean.

Hucka D.:

Yes. Anyway, the Glop People manufactured their own bodies. Like Second Life avatars, then. Except they also ensoul the bodies. Make them and then ensoul them. This idea was not lost on St. Nick of Barkley. He lived with them for a spell. In Ladyslipper. Learned about time/space loops there. Timescape… Time/space.

bb:

When I was a teenager, I believe, I seemed to fall into at least a space loop involving this very same Ladyslipper, the real location that exists just outside Morganton. Jules Verne’s Morganton.

*****

bb:

Sorry… sidetracked again. We haven’t even talked about the Piet Mondrian influence on Piedmont or Petemond, now obvious also, in a way, Pietmond.

Hucka D.:

Sadly that’ll have to wait until another night when we have more coffee to brew. Remember to look for Doug.

bb:

Thank you.

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