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Tug of Real War July 20, 2010

Filed under: Hucka D.,Jeogeot Chilbo,Jeogeot Continent,Norum,Parktown,Uncategorized — baker Blinker @ 6:43 am

Baker Blinker standing beside Unbaker’s Half Dozen Fish Pond and staring up at the newly grounded ESG.

One of the few things I really miss about the new layout is that the ESG now blocks the view of Sapphire’s House (of Truth) from Widow’s Knob.

But, overall, Baker Blinker’s not complaining very much. Nice to have a woman’s perspective. 🙂

*****

“Let’s see if Hucka D. wants to show up tonight. Hucka?”

Hucka D.:

I was destined to chance… change. Magic in the aire. Faires. Fairies. Faire.

bb:

Hmmmm…

Hucka D.:

I am supported from the outside. Neighbors indeed, and good. Outside looking in. But attached.

bb:

Are you speaking for Chilbo, Hucka D.?

Hucka D.:

A warmth, a fire. Friends gather. They may have their own fires kindled from the central fire…

bb:

Like Norum.

Hucka D.:

We wish to speak of Crow’s Foot a bit tonight.

bb:

OK. (pause)

Hucka D.:

Battle took place there.

bb:

Mmmmm… between Chilbo and Parktown? Does Parktown represent a good neighbor for Chilbo?

Hucka D.:

Not really. Evil lives there. Maybe Elvis as well. But evil for certain.

bb:

Doubtful, Hucka D. It’s just another town on the continent, quite close to Chilbo.

Hucka D.:

There’s a relationship. Good and evil.

bb:

So you’re implying that Crow’s Foot represented a battlefield between these forces of good and evil. Sometime in the past, or future… whatever (playfully).

Hucka D.:

You were there. You served. Bakerswork. You were a Screamer but not a Benerson. Maybe a Benerson as well. Hmmmm… mmmm…

bb:

Are you saying Tommy “The Scream” Benerson is from Crow’s Foot, Hucka D.?

Hucka D.:

I’m not sure what I’m saying [to be honest].

bb:

At least you’re… hold on, who’s that?

Hucka D.:

Just a fairy. Fairie.

bb:

I was just pretending anyway, because I didn’t want to say the word “honest” again.

Hucka D.:

At least you’re being… hold on.

bb:

What is it, Hucka D.?

Hucka D.:

A firey. A fire. E. Over and done. Won’t be held for another 2 years. You missed it.

bb:

I know. I went a bit.

Hucka D.:

In the vacuum, in the void, is birthed the “Norum in the Gazebo” and attached woods and the ESG. I feel good. Fire separate from the main fire. You stole, but you give back. You are Chilbo too.

bb:

I don’t really think I’m Chilbo, Hucka D. I’m Norum.

Hucka D.:

You must remember more about Crow’s Foot.

bb:

Does this have anything to do with Red Leaf, perhaps Chief Red Leaf? What of Red Leaf and Blue Feather, Hucka D.?

*****

bb:

So I cooked up a very raw map of the area around Crow’s Foot. You can see it’s almost exactly 1/2way between Chilbo to the SW and Parktown to the NE, and on a line with them as well. “The Scream” of the “Norum in the Gazebo” poster obviously refers to some of the bloodcurdling scenes of the play as crafted by Sapphire, including the shooting, I suppose, of Maj. Sweepy View by Chief Ironside and then the shooting of Ironside by Burr.

Hucka D.:

Needless violence all. All they needed to do was form a band. Like The Beetles.

bb:

Instead it was a Tug of Real War, which seems to tie in the red-blue polarity between the Blue Feather Gallery and Red Leaf Gallery — the locations indicated by blue and red stars respectively in the above map.

*****

Hucka D.:

Orion’s Belt, as you’ve guessed.

bb:

So it *does* have something to do with Elvis because it’s about Memphis as well.

Hucka D.:

In the past Crow’s Foot played a more prominent role than present. Bakerswork.

bb:

I think back to my old Healy gallery, Something to CHRO About, Hucka D., and how I just revisted that place and talked to Kelly Yap for the first time in a long time the other night. She is doing well, she said.

Hucka D.:

That’s part of it. A web, like the fortune teller told Baker Blinker at Yapland. You should go back there.

bb:

To the fortune teller, you mean.

Hucka D.:

Yes. You have information now. Take It Away.

bb:

Thanks.

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