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Karoz, Meanwhile… March 27, 2010

Filed under: Azure Islands,Comet Archipelago,Nascera Continent — baker Blinker @ 7:50 am

… had found a bishop chess piece at the bottom of a Nascera channel, in the new additions since Christmas. Just to note: it appears in Nascera and its *clone* continent Arecsan. Two white bishops, then.*

Two bishops lie on either side of the King and Queen on a chess board. 🙂 I can’t help but think they somehow represent the cloning process itself, a microcosm of the macrocosm.

Yes, Karoz was still in contact with the family, although in an abstract way. He’ll continue to explore Second Life while the others are groundside, as it were.

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In other news — still sad to me even though I’ve been away for close to 1/2 a year now — Azure Islands has been sold; Big Island is no more. Not sure yet the status of Azure Island #2, 3, 4, 5, and 6. I assume they’ll be cut up as well, like Azure Island #1 before them. There will be no true sub-continents on estate property soon. People seem to prefer the isolated sims if they go the estate route.

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* See more here on the relationship between Nascera and its clone. The original white bishop lies in the Ahi sim of Nascera, the second, clone bishop in Rokugatsu of Arecsan. Rumors abound of even a 3rd, cloned continent.

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Peiland Gone, Ephant… Good For Now… October 16, 2009

Filed under: Comet Archipelago,Corsica Continent,Ephant,Jeogeot Continent — baker Blinker @ 5:51 am

New structure at the bottom of Sunklands, since removed in the intervening time between the insertion of these photos and the creation of the attached text. Currently there’s nothing on the bottom of the Aotearoa sink. Could change in, well, a heartbeat.

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The Baker Family’s first sighting of Santa this year. How exciting! And two of them ta boot.

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And Belkie Bear! Now I personally run like hell when I see this bear approaching me in malls and stuff, but Karoz seems unfazed by the appearance. I hate Belkie Bear; long story (can’t remember it myself but it’s long standing… ask the wife). But, anyway, I don’t really think this is Belkie Bear pictured below. Here’s a comparison shot. No, in looking at it now this SL bear is obviously merely a bear in a Santa costume, and probably no relation to Belkie Bear at all. What a relief.

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Some last shots of Big Island after I deleted the ground house, wrecked steamer, and about everything else except the palm trees.

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The unframed portrait of Lord Chancellor Chesaw, now half buried in the sand where the house once stood. Will we ever know the full story?

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Then after deleting all the non-vegetative objects on the Big Island property, hopped over to Ephant to decide that particular rental’s fate as well. I decided it will stay… for now. As I’m writing this text, the rent’s about up again, actually. Another decision time.

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Loose Notes, Then Chatting? October 14, 2009

In Aotearoa skybox, I’m sure I’ll put some version of Big E or Big Schwa, displaying my involvement with the Jeogeot continent starting in May of this year. Obviously since I’m now rooted in the heart of Sunklands territory for a while (Xmas? beyond?), this story will continue. Started with Karoz taking over exploring tasks from Baker Bloch for a spell upon move to Noru. Focuses were Chilbo (south) and Korean Channel (northwest). “Best route” to the Korean Channel (and also Chilbo in a more minor tone) were explored. Karoz eventually switches from Chilbo circle to Crabwoo circle in “middle” of Korean Channel, and simultaneously, exploring switches back to Baker Bloch. Crabwoo seen as inadequate double to Chilbo on the Maebaleia continent. Meanwhile Blood Dr. is finished… so much information since May! Little Robert Plant Variant is “born” between Crabwoo and Chilbo, in effect, and is found to have been raised in Nowtown, next to Zen City on the west coast of Jeogeot. Next he moved to Sternberg, where he was suppose to meet Page and form Led Zeppelin, variant style. Instead he found out he was both 18 and 59, and was instead given the tube that represents the Zeppelin career, already completed. Page chose not to join. Blochs had to explore Nowtown [instead of Karoz] because of pay bans there, but it was fate. Rubisea then discovered on the Maebaleia continent. Hucka D. claims it was original SL land, and where Baker Bloch and Baker Blinker were “born”, perhaps.*** Represents 1/12th or 1/13th of Blue Feather Sea which Crabwoo is situated upon (one corner anyway). Is original ur note of SL, the Red C or Red Sea, thus: Ruby Sea or Rubi Sea or Rubisea. Unexplored connections between Rubisea and the Rubi Forest. Has light (sunny) and dark (moon, werewolf) side. Represents anima and animus in ways, like Baker Bloch and Baker Blinker to me. Light half in Blue Drake sim, thus origin of story that Blue Drake is source of Blue Feather (Sea). Original note, again, which turns into the 12 notes [or 13; Baker’s Dozen] of the Blue Feather Sea. Feather is bigger than bird/duck in this manner. Later Bluedrake connected with yellow duck of Boulder in RL. *The* Blue Drake. Connection between Rubisea and Rydal Water of England’s Lake District made, as well as Grasmere L. for neighboring, larger lakes (but still considerably smaller than Blue Feather Sea itself, the largest of the inland lakes of Maebaleia).
Robert Plant Variant is then found to have gone to Sunklands after moving away from Nowtown/Zen City and/or Sternberg. Sunklands is below Sternberg, and also X-ville and Y-borough briefly mentioned in this blog. Y-borough is Crabwoo-like. Plant may have also lived in Quetzal for a spell. But Sunklands then becomes a focus for a time, with Baker Bloch renting in, first, the westernmost sunk (Lill Burn Valley) and then the easternmost (Oolamoo/Drews). Speculation about this eastern sink, the second largest, harboring The Arab that R. Plant talks so much about with his oh so loud mouth. I still think this is true — get to that more in a minute. Baker Bloch sinks or disappears into Sunklands, and I speculate that my time in SL is basically done, except for some gallery maintenance. Then whole Corsica Prime-Pennsylvania stuff arose, and I was back in the thick of SL things. Resonation focused on what became Egg Hill Sink, found fellow collager had lived in bottom — fish bowl in center. Parallel sink directly south in Chasm Deep sim mostly. Two, I believe, are linked in a Klein bottle type relationship — that’s how they were formed. Original site of Petemond in Egg Hill Sink? This may be wrong now, but *Centerville* was certainly in the upper sink of the two (Egg Hill). Connects with K.C. Life a/v synch in that Centerville is in exact center of this 2 movie synchronicity, with Kansas all around. Kansas here obviously is same as Pennsylvania — even 2 states are involved. This is pre-SL in many ways. Klein bottle situation between the 2 involved sinks is pre-SL, and probably disappeared when the Linden grid was superimposed on the landscape.
Briefly contemplated buying land in Egg Hill sink before fully understanding relationship with Chasm Deep sink and Klein bottle relationship.
Then the whole Big I./ Comet Archipelago story came along right after this, another big chunk of information centered by the Trivia Ratsuit Uncyclopedia entry. Big I. used to seal up runny (Pennsylvania) mess of Corsica Prime. Corsica Prime becomes a row of 12 notes in 4 permutations: original, reversed, inverted, reversed inverted. This continues idea of Blue Feather Sea as 12 notes of scale (7 and 5). Sealing of Corsica energy on Big I. is connected with West Virgnia state and The Jug. The Jug represents memory of Egg Hill Sink and Chasm Deep sink as a Klein bottle situation. Also identified with Blood Dr. and Dr. Blood, which is the same as Blood Doctor and Doctor Blood, also from Pennsylvania (Blood Rd. and Blood Settlement, later Marienville, and the connection of Corsica, Pennsylvania into all this). Sim named for Philip Dick works help identify central axis of Corsica Prime and its 2 central sinks. Big I. mythology developed to contain sealed up energy of Pennsyvania via Blood Dr./Dr. Blood through hole on island asssoc with Rat, formerly Saw-chee apparently. Story of Chesaw and Saw-chee playing Trivia Ratsuit to save the world from penguins, and start up virtual reality in Pieland (original name of Big I.). Big I. is surfacing of Pieland into SL grid. Locked into place through Comet Archipelago. Friend Flynn moves to what was originally called Chesaw Island, and where Chesaw lived before moving to Big Island. Chesaw I. rumoured to have a Money Pit, but the pit was the hole on Big I. instead, also identifed through Flynn as resonating into Tron’s Flynn and Tron itself. A 3rd Life was seen beyond Second Life inside the hole. Sealed up to protect, assoc. with Cthulu mythos through Derleth, but also connections to SL friend Headburro Antfarm. A way to connect stories. Hucka D. claims to have lived on Big I. as well, but in form of purple obese alien, or perhaps just pregnant alien. Has 5 kids, named after fingers on hand. The Arab brought her and 6 others to Big I. She went “native”. She was like Mary Ann of the crew, and so identified with Kansas, it seems. Middle was key (named after Middle Finger) because he retained memory of The Jug/Klein bottle. This seals up memory of Peter, who at least formed Sunklands on Jeogeot, and perhaps the 2 Corsica Prime sinks as well, similarly dry ones. Corsica Prime [through Pennsylvania] becomes the symbol of Pinky, or One Pink. Which may also be the same as Big I. (?).
Scene shifts back, then, to Jeogeot as Baker Bloch purchases land in heart of Sunklands, in Aotearoa. Largest sink seems to have been created by Dr. Blood, or Blood Dr. No, Dr. Blood. Who may be the same as an Aorta??
But the big sink and what it means is key. And the Big Sink (same as Big I… may be a connection (!))* has been corrupted, perhaps beyond repair since it spans so many sims and belongs to so many avatars at once. Some of the smaller sinks have been repaired (Lill Burn Valley, Otaki Gorge, Oolamoo/Drews, at least 1/2 of it).
Theory: to heal the 2nd largest sink totally and not just in part, Saw-chee has to don the rat suit and loose the Trivia Ratsuit game to Chesaw. The wall between Oolamoo and Drews is this game, perhaps. Anyway Dr. Blood created the largest sink [apparently called Big Sink now, associated somehow with Big I. through “Big Ink”], or was its culmination. Sunklands was created in 2004-2009. Sealed up by Klein bottle relationship between Doctor Blood and Blood Doctor, which seems to be the same as the relationship between the 2 sinks of Corsica Prime.
Dr. Blood also has something to do with the original blood red color of Rubisea on the Maebaleia continent, fed now by Unnasty Branch and quite pure and clear in contrast to previous times.
The collage 10×10 was created at the same time as Sunklands of SL. The sinks literally did not exist in complete form until at least 2007, maybe 2008. Before my entrance as Baker Blinker/Baker Bloch into SL, Sunklands was not solidified. Only at this moment did it cystallize as it appears now on maps.
Forgot to even mention the 2 rabbit holes further linking Maebaleia and Jeogeot, and, more specifically, the Rubisea area (Lake District) and Sunklands. Study difference between “wet” and “dry” sinks.**
Collages find perhaps their true home in Aotearoa in new and hopefully improved Edwardston Station Gallery (beyond “borg cube” original nature, as culminated in Horisme version just before b_hivia creation in Noru). Introduction of collage 10×10 into scene is another way to heal Sunklands.

Hucka D.:

I have nothing to add much except to saw that my 5 fingers were all black children, poor, and barely with clothes. But we lived on a tropical island so not much care there. Middle is a key, yes. They’re all keys.

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I loved them so. I spoiled Pinky. He always went wee wee wee all the way back home when he ran into mainland money trouble. He grew up to be Dr. Blood. He grew up to be Peter. Peter formed Sunklands, not you, baker b. Baker Bloch. You created the collage 10×10, though. Tell me how that works again sometime.

bb:

I’ll attempt it soon. Thanks.

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* a transitional archetype between Big I. and Big Sink may be Big Ink, but we’ll see about that.
** Hucka D. indicated to me that both rabbit holes, which are, in effect, one rabbit hole, are created by the Ancients that I encountered in various ways at the beginning of this blog (Baker Blinker and Shakenstein, Baker Bloch and Mr. Low).
*** Hucka D. has since indicated to me that this is where Baker Blinker and Baker Bloch were *married*, or where they spent their honeymoon. Lake District.

 

S. and W. of Sunklands, 02 October 13, 2009

This semi-interesting patch of land is found by Ol’ Runnin’ Baker in the southwest corner of Reverie, just past the Akira info hub just discussed in the last post. Baker is running on an unpaved Linden protected roadway. In looking at Fleep Tuque’s handy map of current or projected Jeogeot roadways, see that this is a part of Route 9.

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A little further up Route 9, then, Baker spies a mountain to the west. He knows an isolated highland region exists there; will have to certainly go back and take pictures for the blog soon.

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A camera shy, animated bunny Baker encounters just off the roadway in Strata, on banned land however. Quite a bizarre spectacles, um, spectacle.

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Pink Floyd symbolism encountered along Route 9 somewhere as well (Moon + Wall again, or Moonwall).

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Baker runs into a short tempered security orb which forces him to teleport quickly away. He chooses what he know will be a safe nearby haven: Lill Burn Valley, not far to the west. *This* is how a dry sink should look folks!

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Then this same night Baker decides to head over to Big Island in the Comet Archipelago as well, just the reminisce about the old days (old like 1 month ago!). But realistically Big I. still has to go. As of today have less than 2 days left on my tier. Too much happening in Sunklands and also Chilbo (and Ephant for that matter… although that may go soon too).

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Various… October 5, 2009

Baker Bloch flying near the northwest tip of Corsica Prime. Thought this snapshot worthy of inclusion in this blog because of the nifty play of shadows on the checkerboard landscape.

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Back on Big. I, looking at the Victorian House (now full of Chesaw/Pieland related pictures) from the still empty Econo apartment (modified). This structure, although I almost invariably rez it onto any land I’ve rented in the past half year or so, always seems to remain empty. Same story now with the new property at Aotearoa (I’m behind in writing this text, once again!). But a really nice view here; I’ll miss Big I. for sure.

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Amazing developments happening on Azure Island No. 1, then. The island is being deleted sim by sim! Almost commiting suicide, it seems. Baker stands on the land he and Baker Blinker once owned in Gliese, looking toward the now empty void that use to be filled by the lovely forest they once loved so much. It’s not just happening on AI #1 (although that’s where it appears most dramatically, perhaps). It’s all over the islands, 1-5. Even though Azure Islands may stick around for a while in SL, it will not be the AI I once knew and loved. It will be different; I will not be a part of it. In the meantime, I must admit that the homestead sims of the Comet Archipelago are pretty darn nifty. Definitely worth a stay there, despite the brevity. Got a good story out of it! (Trivia Ratsuit and attachments).

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More shocking pictures from Gliese.

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Thought I’d include a snapshot of an Earl Dinkin work. Now Earl is someone both my friend Flynn and I discovered independent of each other. But one perhaps cannot say this is synchroncity, simply because he has so many galleries in SL: 8 at last count according to the latest SL gallery list. This particular gallery, The Man Against Eternity Tour, is in Keswick on the Sansara continent. In quickly checking, it looks like his galleries extend over the 3 oldest continents of Sansara, Heterocera (Atoll), and Jeogeot.

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More Comet Archipelago pictures, this time of a green sim, Tuttle. Was *this* where Hucka D.’s reputed Money Pit located?

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Da Pons… October 1, 2009

Filed under: Comet Archipelago — baker Blinker @ 8:55 am

“Nice ending for September, baker b.”

bb:

I was going to tell you the same thing. We know… well, do your quote here if you wish.

Hucka D.:

Thank you. As any hardworking Fred Flintstone could tell you, dig something long enough and you will find Bedrock. You know your bedrock now, baker b. It is Uncyclopedia, the most important book ever written, although it needs lots more cowbell, of course. You don’t need to be a part of this all important book to use the energy. You know how Lindt Labs’ Second Life began. Virtual reality started in Rome, then was erased from our history books, and then had to be jump started by Chesaw and Saw-chee because the original deadening was so effective. This started in Pieland, which, at least according to your article here, became Lindt Labs’ Second Life itself. I don’t think this is absolutely true, but Pieland is where Second Life can be seen to originate from. Good work, again. I will talk about this at any length you like.

bb:

Was Pieland larger than Big Island in its day? Wait… I know the answer to that one.

Hucka D.:

It was 7/6ths the size it is now. You guess that, though.

bb:

Where did the rat suit originally come from? Did it belong to King Marmalade, and was it sewn by one of his “slave units”?

Hucka D.:

Yes. King Lady Marmalade. It was also used by Denver Pyle as a key ingredient in superglue.

bb:

Neat-o. So obviously now the game was played in Pieland and not in Second Life, and the cat-tortoise Max was in Pieland as well.

Hucka D.:

There are two Pielands [at least]. Original Pieland and Second Pieland, that kinda sorta became Second Life, Lindt Lab style.

bb:

How did Pieland get, um, inside Azure Island’s Comet Archipelago, just very recently formed after all?

Hucka D.:

The archipelago is *old*, however. Older than Second Life. Pons is the original Second Life sim, in a way, not Da Boom.

bb:

But that’s a lie.

Hucka D.:

Yes.

bb:

Tell me more about your Big Island Book of Quotes, Lies, and Pomegranates (Needs More Cowbell).

Hucka D.:

It is what it says.

bb:

Now maybe I’m thinking about this too hard — probably am [as usual] — but Saw-chee, in rat form now, or with the rat suit on in some kind of permanent way, physically moved through a wormhole from Pieland to Pons in the archipelago. But also Chesaw seems to have followed.

Hucka D.:

Pieland itself was dragged into the resulting hole. Chesaw, Max, everyone and everything. But there wasn’t much to begin with so no big woopie there.

bb:

What will the 3rd… I mean, I assume the 3rd Trivia Ratsuit game will have to correct the 2nd in some way, as the 2nd corrected the first. The first moved the inception of virtual reality in our reality up almost 2000 years, or from Roman times to modern times.

Hucka D.:

No it just erased the early inception of virtual reality — too early — and allowed the inception to occur at a natural moment, which it didn’t. Thus the need for the second game — a jump start, as you said.

bb:

Where did Pieland come from originally, then, if it is pre-Second Life (Lindt Lab style again)? (pause). Hmmm, I think you’re going to say it all revolves around Max again. He’s the one who identified the need for the second contest, according to that proposed article [on Trivia Ratsuit].

Hucka D.:

Pielanders were happy with what they were doing, which basically meant that Chesaw and [also] Saw-chee were happy with what they were doing. Pieland was going nowhere, though, and of course the penguins and Lord Guin came. Max knew it was time to act. And Patty… forgot Patty. And Barbienia.

bb:

The Arab doesn’t seem to fit into the Uncyclopdia mold, Hucka D.

Hucka D.:

No, that’s after the shift. It caused Chesaw to move into Second Pieland as well, and Saw-chee to move out. Chesaw began to sell baked goods, not Saw-chee. 7 slice pies. He forgot about the Trivia Ratsuit game, as was written.

bb:

How did he remember?

Hucka D.:

Peter found the hole. There were rumors of a hole — as I said, Chesaw directed him to Chesaw Island where your Flynn lives now, and also the northeast corner of the Faye sim with the green on the ground. But Peter found it in his own back yard. Oz.

bb:

Chesaw didn’t really know where the hole was, then. Interesting.

Hucka D.:

The Tron arcade game was there, true enough. On top.

bb:

The Arab is forgetfulness — of Mythos. Of the Trivia Ratsuit contest itself. Of the consequences.

Hucka D.:

Buried.

 

Trivia Ratsuit (Proposed Uncyclopedia Entry) September 30, 2009

Filed under: Comet Archipelago — baker Blinker @ 1:43 pm

“If a Resident claps his eyeball in a virtual wood, do we lose San Diego again?”

~ Ancient cat-tortoise koan

In our so-called reality reality, Trivia Pursuit is a most popular game that has been played millions and trillions of times, usually to avoid meaningful social intercourse at gatherings such as holidays, weddings, and bar mitzvahs. The loser or losers of the game are also made to feel mentally inferior to the winning person or persons, which can be accomplished in an infinite amount of other ways, and even with an infinite amount of other trivia based games (see, for example: Memorabilia Catch and Release).

In contrast, the similar but in-no-way identical game of Trivia Ratsuit (pronouced Trivia RatSOOT) has only been played 2 times in recorded history, in each case to save the universe from absolute certain destruction. The loser of Trivia Ratsuit (always a one to one, loser take all contest) gets the incredible, nay unbelievable distinction of donning a special rat suit of immemorial, Goddy origin to enter/materialize an alternate universe where the immediate threat is rendered harmless and even humorous (see: Schmoos, Crocogators, Denver Pyle).

The first record of Trivia Ratsuit being played was between Gustafus and Adolphus Musillini of 129 Barnyblock Lane, Naples to offset the harmful effects of Nero fiddling around with the Roman Empire timeline to create a virtual sex slave market. Left unchecked, in that reality the center of the world remained in Constantinople and not San Diego, and was ruled by time traveling, eyeball headed dominatrixes called simply The Residents (yes, they can do that). After the adjustment, Constantinople became the inconsequential Istanbul, and the creation of virtual reality was delayed until 1985. All thanks to original loser Adolphus “I don’t hear a thank you” Musillini.

The 2nd Trivia Ratsuit contest, not coincidentally, dates from that same year of 1985, and took the form of a corrective surgical procedure to stop the internal bleeding caused by its previous Roman use. The all-powerful, all-seeing, nonhuffable cat-tortoise Max of Pieland (immediate predecessor of Lindt Lab’s Second Life) identified the need for the new contest and attempted to dream-whisper this need to his master, the honorable Lord Chancellor Chesaw of Pieland, and, when this failed, to say it aloud to him during a most awkward moment of social intercourse with his wife Patty. Those pesky, extra galactic penguins were the root of problem this time, which not only threatened Pieland but all places everywhere, anywhere. Period. The clever Chesaw selected dimwitted half brother and mustachioed doppelganger Chancellor Lord Saw-chee as his opponent for the 2nd Trivia Ratsuit game. After losing the 1 hour contest, reduced from 3 years using lossless compression, Saw-chee sulkily crawled into the prickly rat suit and entered/created virtual reality for real, jump starting an old, cranky memory. Forgetting his origin in what then became First or Original Pieland, Saw-chee, known as Chief Ernest T. Fowl Mouthed Bassethound III in Second Pieland (renamed Second Life in 1987, 1994, and 2005), began to sell virtual baked goods whose main consumers were, ironically, dominatrix residents.

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Details of games:

In 1st version Trivia Ratsuit (Musillini vs. Musillini) answers were usually limited to translating Roman numerals to parts of Greek puns/jokes through Hebrew gematria, and responding to any question concerning angles with “Pythagoras”. Mussillini lost XXCVIVI to XXCIIIV, or “Gomer Pyle” to “Who is Denver’s dimwitted half brother and mustachioed doppelganger?”.

In modern, i.e., second use, the winner, Lord Chancellor Chesaw, gained an upper hand early on by understanding the value of pi was 3 in Roman times when the game was created, since irrational numbers were only invented by God as a joke during the War of 1812.26806613001927876611195909216420198.

A back story, even:

The original version of Trivia Ratsuit had 7 categories instead of the modern 6. The 7th was a pasty colored, void category to honor French King Marmalade (A.D. 2224 – B.C. 1776), a well known lover of trivia and rat infested filthy places like dominatrix run brothels. It is also rumored that a slave unit of King Marmalade sewed the first rat suit to honor his death and to make him mind numbingly immortal. Gypsy construction workers time traveled to 1976 to dig up the grave and take the suit back to B.C. 3346, where it served briefly as the Heelstone of Stonehenge before being stolen by another band of Gypsy construction workers and presented as a bar mitzvah gift to the young king in A.D. 2218, before being dug up once again by Denver Pyle. It is known that at least a 3rd game of Trivia Ratsuit will have to be played sometime before this future historic date to correct the mighty cock-up and return the suit to Roman times, where the whole cockamamie cycle can start up again begin for the first time.

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I know some more now, 01… September 28, 2009

Filed under: Comet Archipelago — baker Blinker @ 7:17 am

“I know some more now, 01.”

Hucka D.:

It’s Hucka D. And, yes, good work one more. Once, I mean.

bb:

I know there was a contest to see who would be the rat.

Hucka D.:

Chesaw verses Saw-che. One had to become The Rat — no other way.

bb:

I know this battle took place in the Uncyclopedia’s Pieland.

Hucka D.:

In the same house at least. That was moved into SL.

bb:

And I know there’s a triangle involved. 2 Pielands, as we now know. The first, Uncyclopedia’s, contained the triangle cat-turtle, Chesaw, and Saw-Che. The second, SL’s Pieland, now Big Island, had cat (Max), turtle (Max), and Chesaw. What happened was that Chesaw…

Hucka D.:

Let me help. In the Victorian house on your property, a battle took place. You know where pie comes from in a certain way. It’s like the Trivia Pursuit pies, except this was called Trivia *Rat*suit.

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For the reader, the emphasis of the second word still comes on the second syllable. It’s RatSUIT, not RATsuit. Chesaw and Saw-che played this game, with the trivia pursuit style pies. The consequences? The loser had to don a special rat suit for a certain amount of time until the next contest. Eventually the rat suit became [permanent], in that it integrated with the actual flesh and blood of the wearer. When this happened, one would become SL Pieland’s Chesaw, and the other would become Saw-che. Saw-che is *The Rat*.

In Uncyclopedia, penguins and humans are said to have continually waged a war for the supremacy of the Milky Way galaxy. This is totally correct — within Uncyclopedia, and for the characters who carry over into SL through the Pieland-Big Island connection. In Uncyclopedia’s Pieland — let’s call it Original Pieland for short, or 1st Pieland — Chesaw was one, and the cat-turtle was one. They were friends, perhaps best friends. [The cat-turtle] would be best described as a cat-tortoise, and the last of its kind. It was known that the cat-tortoise would live far beyond the years of Chesaw himself. One day, cat-tortoise told Chesaw a secret about himself. Chesaw had become restless over the escalating war between penguins and humans. The island he lived on, Pieland, was threatened. Cat-tortoise said that there was a way to defeat the penguins, but it would involve creating a wormhole to a second, alternate Pieland. This would be the Pieland that is now your Big Island. Cat-tortoise said he could create the wormhole, but in order to do so he would have to separate into his two components, a cat and a tortoise. In SL’s Pieland, both would be named Max, as was the cat-tortoise itself. Cat-tortoise Max revealed to Chesaw that he was part Galapagos tortoise, transmuted into a cat-tortoise by the evil penguins in order to render him harmless. If he splits apart and becomes tortoise separate from cat, in turn the *penguins* would be rendered harmless. The penguins know this fact too, then. They would be turned into the harmless Galapagos penguins, you see [instead of supremely powerful Galactic penguins]. Galapagos presents a way station between the two Pielands.

Another consequence of moving from 1st Pieland to 2nd, SL Pieland is that Chesaw himself would also become split. This would be Chesaw and Saw-chee according to SL names. One would have to create the wormhole in the first place by moving back in time. This would be according to the rules of the internal battle between the two twinned souls. The wormhole could only be created by The Rat — one would have to become this Rat; no other way.

Chesaw thought this over and decided it was worth the sacrifice. The wormhole was created by Max the cat-tortoise. Essentially he moved original Pieland into second or SL Pieland by making dreaming into reality. Chesaw became split, but forgot that this happened initially. He lived in the same Victorian house. [He baked pies.] Then Saw-che showed up one day… with the Trivia Ratsuit game. He explained to Chesaw, who had, as I said, forgotten what was going on. The loser would have to wear the rat suit for a certain amount of time. Saw-che also had the rat suit with him on this initial visit. They began their battles. It wasn’t a nightly game, but maybe weekly… I’ll have to check. The loser would wear the rat suit. He would move closer to being a rat, The Rat. Eventually one or the other became The Rat and effected the wormhole that caused the solidification of this second Pieland in the first place. This would be Saw-che, called Chancellor Lord Saw-che by then.

bb:

You said that Chesaw was whole in 1st Pieland but split into Chesaw and Saw-chee in 2nd Pieland. Why is it… was Saw-che merely *latent* within Chesaw in 1st Pieland? I’m not quite understanding that part.

Hucka D.:

Saw-che was destined to become The Rat. Chesaw would stay in the Victorian house, then, and control 2nd Pieland. The Arab would [subsequently] arrive. I would arrive. I would have my 5 children, one of which would grow up to be Peter of Petemond fame. The Rat would have his own dimension in Pons by then. But we still could dream about him, and dream about him we did. All of us. For he was very close, although in this different dimension. He existed in the realm of sound and we in sight, Chesaw explained. And there was a direct connection between the two through the hole. The Hole.

bb:

What is the connection of Chesaw’s baked pies and the pies of Trivia Pur… Ratsuit?

Hucka D.:

Max the kitten lived with Chesaw in 2nd Pieland, until he died at a natural cat age. Max the tortoise, which was a Galapagos Tortoise, lived in the wilderness to the south. Or north. They were still one soul, and when the cat died, this 2nd Pieland reality would fold up if The Rat hadn’t affected the wormhole. They had a considerable time to play Trivia Ratsuit before the ultimate commitment, then. Chesaw and Saw-che, I mean.

*****

bb:

So, let me see, the baked pies only came about after the Trivia Ratsuit battles with *those* type of pies. This was a remnant memory as well [of Chesaw, after the battle had ended and Saw-che became The Rat]?

Hucka D.:

You know more now. You know that there is a baked pie with 7 slices, reduced to 6, and then the Trivia Ratsuit pie with 6 slices and no more. The 7th was destined to be lost, the “???”. People [like Chesaw] eat the pies to forget. The pie covers the other, earlier pie. An overlap masks a truer, higher memory. The memory of the 6 slice pie that could be less, true, but, at its greatest, no more than a 6 slice pie. 6 pie pieces maximum. But one of each possible 6 colors. Pink, orange, yellow, green, blue, brown. Another part of this masking involved Augustus the captain of The Arab having the same name as The Rat. The Rat was not known by Saw-che any longer, but Augustus, or just August. The two realities separated, Chesaw’s and The Rat’s. Original pies became second pies. Original Augusts became 2nd Augusts. The Hole was covered or masked. And all was ok again — the galaxy was saved from the supremely powerful penguins. Jesus and the humans won out over Lord Guin. Galapagos was an archipelago of harmless turtles and penguins, as we know it in *Un*uncyclopedia world. Galapagos was not Galaxy any longer. Mankind was saved.

bb:

Perhaps that should be all for tonight. Thanks very much as usual.

Hucka D.:

Quite welcome as usual.

 

Rental Searching…

Another shot from Otherland, this time of an island in a homestead sim, one of a number offered for sale through the estate. The price for this one is 45 bucks plus 36 dollars “tier” per month. A little too steep for me… I’ll stick with Azure Islands homestead living for now. Still an option to think about in the future.

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Previously unspied, 1/2way hidden tree planter in Loneos I thought I’d provide a picture of here.

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Suset over the Atoll continent. Baker is just teleporting around looking at potential rental property this night…

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… which included a visit to Jeogeot’s Zen City, the one Little Robert Plant Variant supposedly bombed at least once and maybe up to three times. Looks like there’s considerably more options to rent and buy in the area now. Still…

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… Baker finally settles on a house in Ephant on the Corisca continent, a place he’d looked at a couple of weeks ago, actually, but found he had insufficient funds to rent at the time. Problem solved now. This is a quite nice 2 story house for the price (3 dollars a month). And lo and behold, the waterfall I was attempting to fit on my Noru property (just given up today — sigh!) slots in perfectly in a gully between the privacy wall and the front of the house. I’ve detemined this “perfect fit” must mean something… no surprise there.

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More on Ephant soon!

 

More Thoughts on B.I. September 27, 2009

Filed under: Comet Archipelago,Tronesis — baker Blinker @ 7:44 am

“Pons is the original Comet Archipelago sim. Perhaps the original SL sim.”

bb:

Thank you for opening, Hucka D. Rat created this.

Hucka D.:

Yes. Solar I. was the first island. Then came Pie Island, turned into Pieland. But first was Solar. Last will be Archers.

bb:

We must start up the blog within a blog very soon.

Hucka D.:

Good you listened to Rat today with new ears. Tronesis as well.

bb:

I’ll get to Tronesis, perhaps today.

Hucka D.:

Good.

bb:

More details about Pons now?

Hucka D.:

Rat set up the 3 parcel island dominating Pons as his foothold in this world. From there he was able to traverse virtual time and space. He’s visited all that you have in this world, baker b.

bb:

Also the hole: I think it may have been originally in Pons and then shifted over to Chesaux.

Hucka D.;

Rat used the hole to exit this world. It is an exit hole.

bb:

Did Rat, then, actually know Chesaw?

Hucka D.:

Difficult question, becuause of the probabilities. Better to ask, when did he *not* know Chesaw. They certainly communicated through dreams.

bb:

After Rat created the Pons Island, he decided, later on — don’t know how much later — to create what we’re now calling Big Island. And we also know that Galapagos Islands are involved.

Hucka D.:

Big Island was created by the animals of Galapagos Islands, which, in turn, had contact with the Galaxy. Our Milky Way. Chesaw *did* know those, especially a certain giant tortoise named Max.

bb:

The cat’s soul went into the tortoise’s.

Hucka D.:

The Pieland Uncyclopedia article points to some truths, indeed, but are not truths by themselves. They must be translated. But it was known by Chesaw that Max passed into tortoise form. He didn’t have the head of a cat, though. That’s just symbolism.

bb:

I see; makes sense.

Hucka D.:

There was one cat and one tortoise. Max. Ancient.

bb:

But Chesaw did really bake pies.

Hucka D.:

He was an alchemist and pies were his base material. He did not see a separation between the pies he baked and the island he inhabited. There was a piece removed, as I’ve indicated. [“???”].

bb:

What is the relationship between Rat and Max?

Hucka D.:

More difficult. The exit hole links the two. The original 3 parcel Pons sim was a paradise. But rather, um…

bb:

Yes? 1 dimensional?

Hucka D.:

Ummmm….

bb:

There weren’t really evil penguins that did attack or will be attacking the island. But penguins are still involved… through Galapagos.

Hucka D.:

Yes indeed. Still, Max didn’t really like ’em. And Max was the central figure.

bb:

Are Max and Rat the same?

Hucka D.:

Again, difficult subject. [Hucka D. would not elaborate.]

bb:

Are Rat and *Mouse* the same?

[no answer]

bb:

I know that when the Pons island becomes a Sandy Hook, this means that Flynn will have moved to Chesaux, my friend that is, and that also the Tron videogame will be found atop the old hole where Rat supposedly made his exit from this game grid.

Hucka D.:

He became trapped.

bb:

So this would be like the Flynn of the Tron movie as well.

Hucka D.:

Yep.

bb:

I was also working on a timeline today, Hucka D. Very rough, mind you… nothing really solidified.

Hucka D.:

Let me have it.

bb:

First, Rat is trapped. Creates Pons or brings Pons and the main, 3 parcel island with him. This is “Solar”. Sees ability to move “Solar” to “Archers.” Diagonally. To do so he would have to expand the *4th*, which is the 4th and last parcel of Pons. Solar energy must move there. Rat creates Chesaux and perhaps rest of Comet Archipelago at this time, a macrocosm to macro-mirror the Pons microcosm, then.

Hucka D.:

Cause and effect works both forwards and backwards here.

bb:

Thank you. Centered by our Big Island, his Pie Island or Pieland. The hole was created *out of this world* for him, then, just west of the Pons line and into Chesaux. Rat exits.

Hucka D.:

Go on…. (smiles)

bb:

This exit attracts Chesaw.

Hucka D.:

Wrong. Chesaw was already there. On his island.

bb:

So Rat and Chesaw knew each other.

Hucka D.:

Rat was old center. Chesaw was new center. Of archipelago. Old and new. Chesaw… (pause)

bb:

Chesaw obviously, then, knew of the hole.

Hucka D.;

He knew that Pieland had to follow into the hole and come out again. A to Z. Rat drug Pieland into the hole. That phrase needs working.

bb:

This was a weak spot in Pieland.

Hucka D.:

A strong spot, since Pieland was not entirely Pieland. Nothing is entirely itself, because it can move beyond itself into a higher, another itself.

bb:

This is where Green is destroyed?

Hucka D.:

No: *amplified*.

bb:

The hole is alpha and omega.

Hucka D.:

Obviously. (laughs)

bb:

So… Pons was created first. Rat. But in a *parallel* dimension Big Island, formerly Pieland, was already there.

Hucka D.:

Yes. The two attracted each other. Magnet. That’s what I was trying to get you to say.

bb:

And the intersection is at the hole.

Hucka D.:

*Yes.*

bb:

What of The Arab?

Hucka D.:

It’s your timeline.

bb:

Ok, I’ll give it another stab. The Arab… maybe The Rat was The Arab.

Hucka D.:

There were certainly rumors [to that effect].

bb:

Ararat?

Hucka D.:

Could be. Nice fit.

bb:

Was… ok, I’ll get back to the timeline. Attempted timeline. (smiles)

Hucka D.:

Ok.

bb:

Chesaw and Rat *attract* each other. Chesaw creates one reality, Rat another. Both are trapped. (waits for Hucka D. to say something, which he doesn’t) Video and audio respectively. Male and female.

Hucka D.:

Good.

bb:

Green/red and blue. Audio is center, though. Rat.

Hucka D.:

Audio exists within itself. So does video. Two realities.

bb:

What happens? I know, the timelines. A wormhole is created when the two overlap. This wormhole creates A-Z on a vertical plane perpendicular to their horizontal intersection. This is the wormhole effect. 3d to 2d.

Hucka D.:

The hole had been opening up already. 1 to 2 to 3. Actually… well, sorry, I’ll let you tell it.

bb:

I see what you mean. It is 1-3-2. The hole was opened up from the past and from the future. 1-3-2. This is — can I say this?

Hucka D.:

Yes.

bb:

This is Wheeler-Norris-Wilson.

Hucka D.:

Yes.

bb;

We must go to Tennessee.

Hucka D.:

We have to.

bb:

But first…

Hucka D.:

North Dakota.

(to be continued?)

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