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How will present Pietmond end? March 8, 2011

Filed under: Uncategorized — baker Blinker @ 6:31 am

Each exhibit seems like a permanent one in its own structure, such as the Gallery in the Rocks just filled out. When I run out of structures to fill, it seems like I’ll just have to start all over. And so it might be.

“How *will* present Pietmond end, Hucka D.?”

Hucka D.:

You will fill up the structures, with no place left to go.

bb:

Thanks for that. The newest Warren Zeevon information is interesting. Can you tell me/us about Warren’s obsession with Pitchfork?

Hucka D.:

A lot of [people] are obsessed with the 4th. You must expose your own in this small way. That seems like a trivial move but it is important.

bb:

My 4th, in this way, becomes the same as Warren’s: Pitchfork, in a word.

Hucka D.:

Lemon brought in The Bill.

bb:

Nice, thanks. Switching to Pietmond South, I have a couple more ideas on artists to exhibit, Hucka D. I think I’m hesitating to…

Hucka D.:

The ideas first work in the unconscious. Plus it’s hiking season for ya now.

bb:

Right. Toy avatars and all. I suppose you’d say, if I asked you directly, that I shouldn’t give up on Pietmond right now. 6 months is a long time for me to hold onto the same, basic chunk of land, though. A return to, well, anywhere else doesn’t seem to be in the cards, though (Noru, Rubi, etc.). Thought about Yd Island a bit, but it just took so long to get Pietmond just right, and not a lot of money, mind you, but *some*. To start all over in a different place would be tough at this point. Plus the Otaki Gorge sinkhole is just such a neat place to set up all this. Definitely some kind of energy there. And, overall, land doesn’t seem to be as cheap as it was, say, 1/2 a year ago. Which is good I suppose, at least for Second Life itself. Freefall stopped.

Hucka D.:

Think of all the relationships between the different Pietmond exhibitors now. Something is still missing. Gallery in the Rocks filled a considerable gap in energy, but there’s more.

bb:

It does, though, drag in a bunch of information. Like the possible murder/shooting of 4 or 5 residents in Pietmond’s underground at some specific point in the past, perhaps — probably — related to the Pitchfork idea.

Hucka D.;

Yes, play around with that idea (pause).

bb:

Flynn was suppose to get me a musical group for the Pod Pad, Hucka D. (smiles).

Hucka D.:

You mean *my* Flynn?

bb:

Yes I suppose.

Hucka D.:

You must do her interview, her quote unquote Podcast as well. That’s the meaning of the Pod Pad, unless The Residents *do* actually show up. Reserve it for them, and if they can’t make it, you at least know what it is/was/will be (another pause).

bb:

If I open up this pandora’s box, like I’m speculating, what will happen?

Hucka D.:

The town will remember its past as Pitchfork. Sure you want to do that?

bb:

No. Not sure.

Hucka D.;

Remember everything starts gushing blood when you even dwell on that subject for too long. People [like Bracket Jupiter] even get killed for the same reason. Why is that?

bb:

Maybe it’s just a block in me.

Hucka D.:

No. More.

bb:

Something about Bellershanks Hacon.

Hucka D.:

Somewhat. But more.

bb:

It seems to be tied into maps.

Hucka D.:

Yes: maps.

bb:

And the Billfork Core Diagram, or BCD.

Hucka D.:

What happens when the eye opens?

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