Boos Interpretation 03

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In the excerpts above we have two aspects of the “seed” from Boos collage 01 (“Bossmo”) and then Boos collage 02 (“Bixby Shuffle”), the same size in the pictures if we see the car in full length from 01. The twinned objects are also perpendicular to each other. We even do not know which one Oliver Wendell Douglas holds between his fingers in collage 04 (“Dirty Little Wet Seed”). It’s too small there for either a car or a license plate from same.

A license plate of a car acts as a unique identifier, another one-to-one match.

Perhaps GNIRPS can help us again here, since, after all, this is the mechanism that drove me to find this seed (Bixby-Buick-Boss triangle, etc.). There’s one Seed pop. place in the US:

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Almost directly north of this place in Georgia (location seemingly reinforced by nearby Seed Lake), less than 20 miles away as the crow flies, is a community most commonly called Tate City but with a variant appellation of Tree, another rare US place name.

http://annawrites.com/blog/2012/02/15/i-hear-the-craziest-things-see-tate-city-waterfalls/

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Tate City (aka Tree), a tiny seed of a village but with a large, developed sense of humor.

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http://www.be-roberts.com/se/tallu/tallu.htm

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The pilot of a successful tv sitcom can be viewed as its seed, from which all else develops.

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In the county between Seed and Tree in Georgia — Rabun — we also find place names Tiger and Persimmon. Wood from the persimmon *tree* was heavily used to make the golf clubs called woods before the popularity of metal ones. Nearby Tiger might then indicate Tiger Woods in this scenario, a very famous golfer whose surname refers to the club type, and thus back to the persimmon tree.

And then there’s also this close conjunction of names in another Georgia county called Johnson, already mentioned in the Sunklands blog.

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We’ll get to more of Mr. Kite and his golfing ways down the road.

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