Thoughts…

“So Hucka, I’m looking at this map of Falls County, Texas, knowing that it was influenced from the past/present/future by Tired Falls. The story of this original settlement which, just recently, transformed into Collagesity is told in this map.”

Hucka D.:

Not really. And: yes.

bb:

Here’s the map.

fallscountymap

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bb:

Hmmph. There actually *is* a small town or village called Panic, Hucka D. It’s in Jefferson County, Pennsylvania, very near Punksutawney. That’s the place Groundhog Day was shot. The conjunction must be meaningful.

Hucka D.:

A town called Panic and Groundhog Day are conjoined elsewhere[ as well]. You’ll see. You’ll always see, unless you’re seeing or have seen.

—–

bb:

So back to Falls County, Texas. You have Satin very near a Guda, which was called Perch in the past. Now Carrcassonnee is indicating that, in past/present/future Noru, this Perch fellow, who is somehow the same as Carrcassonnee now, rode a horse named Satin.

Hucka D.:

Satin was the boss of Perch. Just like in Panic. Satin said, “Go find me a new place to live, preferable with some nice falls.” Perch couldn’t find any falls nearby, so he created falls. Tired Falls. Tired Falls is very similar to Panic. They trudged and trudged and trudged across mainly empty Jeogeot green plains and hills to Noru, which was, of course, called Norum in those days. Toy avatars and Second Life avatars mixed freely, even interbred. They established Tired Falls and House Orange for Satin. Satin was their leader.

bb:

Whose leader?

Hucka D.:

Perch[ of course]. And his dog Spider. Or his bird Spider. A cardinal I believe. Like a cardinal direction. They came from the North. North of Noru. North by Northwest, perhaps.

The cardinal now is perched in Tired Tree. Tired of living, it is. Tree above falls. Of same name. Kidd Tower there too — that was original. The restaurant building was there although it wasn’t a restaurant. It was a supply store. Perch ran it. Perch built what later became the Noru Museum next door to it. So there are 3 stages of that building, actually, the original quote unquote downtown of Tired Falls. There was originally the Waterfall Building, which had not one but *four* waterfalls pouring out of it.

bb:

But it wasn’t… go ahead…

Hucka D.:

This is the 4 in 1 again. Foreign One. Eventually, in Collagesity, only 1 of the 4 falls survived. Some call it Diner Falls. I like to think of it as Perch’s falls. Perch Falls. His cardinal sits outside still, waiting for Perch to return.

bb:

That’s kind of sad.

Hucka D.:

Perch makes his wall transparent he’s mounted out to look out at the bird sometimes and even speak to it. He does this often. But only at a certain time of the day: night. He does not want the bird to see what he has become.

—–

bb:

What of my father Space Ghost? Carrcassonnee mentioned that House Orange is actually my father’s house.

Hucka D.:

He dreamed and he woke up as you?

bb:

I don’t know.

Hucka D.:

The spoon isn’t there when he dreams. But you are beyond your father. You are interbred yourself. You are a merger of Linden boy next door and Space Ghost. And you have your own bird, just like Perch did. Are you Perch as well?

bb:

Again: dunno.

Hucka D.:

The bird is perched on your shoulder.

bb:

Maybe the bird is Perch, then.

Hucka D.:

You must think of redbirds and then blackbirds, then both at once. What is the difference between red and black.

bb:

Playing cards?

—–

bb:

Hucka D., I’m thinking Tired Falls — since Tired Falls leads up to House Orange at its top, then tired refers to *being* tired, as you are just before you fall asleep. “Fall” again, even. Tired Falls leads to the place of dreams, which is House Orange. It’s where Baker Bloch naps a lot now. He tends to fall asleep in that chair.

Hucka D.:

Because House Orange has been around a long time, it’s a nexus of past/present/future. (pause)

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