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First and Second Life at least.

Title July 1, 2011

Filed under: Uncategorized — baker Blinker @ 7:45 am

Hucka D.:

Don’t worry about it.

bb:

The problem?

Hucka D.:

Yes. It is associated with that operation you had.

bb:

Let’s hope so.

Hucka D.:

Yes. You have questions about Norum Heights, though.

bb:

I think it is a 4 dimensional town, or a slice thereof. Part of this includes Synchpatch. This is a direct manifestion of the old, pre-SL idea of Synchpatch.

Hucka D.:

That is right. A slice, a manifestation. This is Synchpatch as much as the older idea of Synchpatch. This is that idea made real.

bb:

This, then, represents an escape from Second Life into Third Life, to borrow an Uncyclopedia term. There’s even a marble avatar pictured in the associated article.

Hucka D.:

The idea is solid about given up avatar identity. Your ideas were solid about doing the same, but adding in the idea of colors/patterns and how the marbles might grow upon a return to Synchpatch. Burning Man’s Best Friend.

bb:

I had a dream about Whispy the other night. I told Mike about it in an email. A ginormous tsunami was about to hit. At the last minute I escaped. Beth was then there. Pretty sure. The water was right below us. Whispy was part of a suicide pact, as was I, unknowingly, when holding hands with them. Until the realization of what was going on, when I broke free.

Hucka D.:

Whispy is in your past, with no way to return. Swept away, like a tsunami. You have to examine all parts of life. Retrospect. Not death but retrospect. Not even illness. Not even mumps. (smile; pause)

bb:

Thanks. This combo of Norum Heights and Synchpatch is very exciting to me, Hucka D.

Hucka D.:

Work from the present into the past and future.

How will it happen?

Hucka D.:

Heart. No worries. [Delete name] has trouble with perspective. Don’t we all.

bb:

*Am* I too isolated?

Hucka D.:

In ways. The link with [delete name] has to be strong in order to continue successful in such relative isolation. This is a warning. Things will fall into place, and rather quickly. Just keep cool [like a Cool Cube].

bb:

What of Kirbyville Fred and the Indians and Cowboys and Horses?

Hucka D.:

Ghost train wished to escape its circular entrapment through dreams. So it used the stream at the indian campsite to composite a smaller track to the now defunct waterfall, but what was then a portal and still is in timescape. This heads to Blue Mountain, as in olden days. Blue Mountain is home, the terminus, for the teensie Ghost Train. Teensie. You heard the whistle where it would have been impossible.

bb:

Right. (pause) In my childhood I replaced model trains on tracks with marbles on tracks, Hucka D. Marbles fall as Marble Falls. Marble Races, but also Richochet. Tunnel. There were the older marbles, and then a newer group arrived from an impossible place.

Hucka D.:

Your basement. Under the dirt. A whole new crop. How’d that happen?

bb:

I must have put it there somehow.

Hucka D.:

A whole new crop of racers. And just as the old racers were getting beat up and unuseable for such purposes.

*****

bb:

So I think I’m getting a little bit of[ the picture]: If Norum Heights spreads out into past and future, then it affected the mythology of cowboys and indians at Teensie, and the resolution through horse, as in A Town Called Panic. Cowboy and Indian are cooperative now [through Horse].

Hucka D.:

The Indians and Kirbyville Fred allowed Teensie to escape through their constructed dreamworld, which includes the waterfall on one end. This is all connected to marbles as well. Marbles roll as trains roll.

bb:

Teensie turned into a marble? Fascinating, if so.

Hucka D.:

Yes (!)

bb:

On another subject (maybe), where is Carrcass-5, Hucka D.?

Hucka D.:

As stated before, you haven’t even finished Carrcass-4.

bb:

Maybe the 2 are cut from the same cloth, Hucka D.

Hucka D.:

You must now find the dog.

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