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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quito,_Mississippi

Quito is an unincorporated community located in Leflore County, Mississippi. Quito is approximately 6 miles (9.7 km) north of Morgan City and 3 miles (4.8 km) south of Itta Bena along Mississippi Highway 7.

It is part of the Greenwood, Mississippi micropolitan area.

The cemetery of Payne Chapel in Quito is one of three locations held to be the burial place of blues musician Robert Johnson.

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Quito *looks* like it was named for proximate Mosquito Lake but maybe not. Maybe it is named for the South American capital of Ecuador. The wikipedia article on the village doesn’t provide an answer. We do learn from the article that Alexandria is a variant name of this particular Quito, with the citation as James F. Brieger’s “Hometown Mississippi” published in 1980.

The 3 listed burial sites of legendary bluesman Robert Johnson, all in the same county of LeFlore:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_Johnson#Gravesite

The exact location of his grave is officially unknown; three different markers have been erected at possible sites in church cemeteries burial outside Greenwood.

Research in the 1980s and 1990s strongly suggests Johnson was buried in the graveyard of the Mount Zion Missionary Baptist Church near Morgan City, Mississippi, not far from Greenwood, in an unmarked grave. A one-ton cenotaph in the shape of an obelisk, listing all of Johnson’s song titles, with a central inscription by Peter Guralnick, was placed at this location in 1990, paid for by Columbia Records and numerous smaller contributions made through the Mt. Zion Memorial Fund.
In 1990, a small marker with the epitaph “Resting in the Blues” was placed in the cemetery of Payne Chapel near Quito, Mississippi, by an Atlanta rock group named the Tombstones, after they saw a photograph in Living Blues magazine of an unmarked spot alleged by one of Johnson’s ex-girlfriends to be Johnson’s burial site.[45]
More recent research by Stephen LaVere (including statements from Rosie Eskridge, the wife of the supposed gravedigger) indicates that the actual grave site is under a big pecan tree in the cemetery of the Little Zion Church, north of Greenwood along Money Road. Through Stephen LaVere, Sony Music has placed a marker at this site, which bears LaVere’s name as well as Johnson’s.

An interviewee in the documentary The Search for Robert Johnson (1991) suggests that owing to poverty and lack of transportation Johnson is most likely to have been buried in a pauper’s grave (or “potter’s field”) very near where he died.

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Quito, MS and Quito, TN are both near an Egypt.

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See below for more on Foote. It’s already come up here in terms of the Mississippi location. LINK Foote also resonates with the name Bigfoot, as in “bigfooted” Actually there’s an earlier mention of Foote, MS here, and in that particular post a Foot in White Co, TN is discussed.

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http://shs.umsystem.edu/manuscripts/ramsay/ramsay_iron.html

Place name: Foote
Description: A post office from 1888-1902, near East End. Named for E.L. Foote, superintendant of the Sligo Furnace Company. It was the site of the first white ware pottery in Missouri and one of the earliest in the Mississippi Valley. Known as the Pool pottery, it was operated by potters from England. It had long since been obliterated, according to Wheeler, writing in 1896. (Postal Guide; Wheeler (1896) 178; W.H. Copeland)
Source: Zimmer, Gertrude M. “Place Names Of Five Southeast Counties Of Missouri.” M.A. thesis., University of Missouri-Columbia, 1944.

Place name: East End
Description: At the eastern end of the Sligo and Eastern Railroad; hence the name. The railroad is no longer there. (E.E. Brand; B.F. Crocker; O.A. Crocker)
Source: Zimmer, Gertrude M. “Place Names Of Five Southeast Counties Of Missouri.” M.A. thesis., University of Missouri-Columbia, 1944.

Place name: Good Water
Description: A post office since 1876 in Dent Township. Named from its good spring. (Postal Guide; Campbell’s ATLAS (1873); Campbell’s GAZETTEER (1874) 262; E.E. Brand; B.F. Crocker; O.A. Crocker)
Source: Zimmer, Gertrude M. “Place Names Of Five Southeast Counties Of Missouri.” M.A. thesis., University of Missouri-Columbia, 1944.

Place name: Goodland
Description: A post office since 1886 in Dent Township. Named from the good land in the vicinity. (Postal Guide; E.E. Brand; B.F. Crocker; O.A. Crocker)
Source: Zimmer, Gertrude M. “Place Names Of Five Southeast Counties Of Missouri.” M.A. thesis., University of Missouri-Columbia, 1944.

And one more…

Place name: Clones
Description: A post office from 1888-1892. Nothing could be learned about the origin of the name. (Postal Guide)
Source: Zimmer, Gertrude M. “Place Names Of Five Southeast Counties Of Missouri.” M.A. thesis., University of Missouri-Columbia, 1944.

https://bakerbloch.com/2015/10/27/afterfoot-01/

Wild [Billy J. Thornberry]:

Well, you know I’m a clone of course, in that I am an actor playing [cloned] roles. Many of my wild, wild friends, hehe, worried that I was actually killed by Hater the Cow during the production. But of course that was a stunt double… er, stunt dummy I should say there.

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http://shs.umsystem.edu/manuscripts/ramsay/ramsay_reynolds.html

Place name: Clones
Description: A post office from 1893-1908 serving a sawmill camp in the northwestern part of Carroll Township; presumably a personal name.
Source: Hamlett, Mayme L. “Place Names Of Six Southeast Counties Of Missouri.” M.A. thesis., University of Missouri-Columbia, 1938.

So Reynolds County has its own Clones, which could be the same as the one in Iron County just north of it? Who can tell sometimes with clones.

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A follow up to LINK.

MORE TEXT SOON.
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Five_Civilized_Tribes
(4 c’s and an s (Seminole)).

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Joyce, your sun return chart didn’t show up in the post you tried to
put an image of it in. Can you perhaps put it in the photos section
or create it as a file for the files section? As you have seen, I
just create my graphics and then ftp them to a specific web directory
that I created just for this purpose.

If you wish, you can email me the chart and I can then move around to
a designated spot.

Thanks for the clarification about solar vs. sun return chart. Talk
as much as you want to about it, and I’ll check up on it more myself.
I understand what you’re saying: sun position is the same, but the
planets will have moved around and created different aspects or non-
aspects.

The reason I find this, among other things, interesting in the
present situation is that it did occur to me that the “C” towns might
be representations of planets. Like a trait of the “C” towns (what
should we call this little diagram?), the outer planets, which are
further apart, tend to be larger, and the smaller inner planets
closer together. A logical association would be Celina, the largest,
for the largest planet Jupiter,

then, and Coldwater (2nd largest) for
Saturn (2nd largest planet).

If so, the rest would correspond, in
some way, perhaps to inner planets Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars.
Perhaps subtract Earth from this list from further info I will give
below.

Another clue to this possible alignment of associations is the
presence of a town called Neptune nearby, just to the NE of Celina.

Joyce, I just looked at the other post from you I had open in another
window, and *just saw now* that you mention Neptune in it as well, in
connection with the 1846 founding of Maria Stein.

Okay, I’ve read that post, although I’ll have to study it more later.
I didn’t understand a lot about the chart references, but maybe if I
have the chart in front of me, a picture of it, then I can see what
you’re saying better.

It probably doesn’t surprise you at all that
I’m more a visual person… have to see what you’re talking about in
order to grasp it… goes along with the art major and the
fascination with maps.

I grok, though, the association of 1846 and Neptune. I’ll study all
this further when I have more time, believe you me.

Here’s the map again where you can see Neptune just to the NE of
Celina. It also did occur to me that perhaps the “C” towns should be
viewed from the perspective of the Neptune town, making Celina Saturn
and Coldwater Jupiter, since Saturn is close to Neptune.

Another planet association we can make is that there are *6* visible
planets you can *see* (*C* resonation again)…

C = SEE

…and there are six *C* towns here.

If we go by magnitude of a
planet from Earth, the way we actually *see* it, then, Celina, the
largest town, might be Venus instead, with Coldwater being Jupiter
(Venus and Jupiter are the two brightest planets from Earth). Then
the rest would be Mars, Saturn and Mercury in some combination, with
Mars, most often the 3rd brightest planet, I believe, perhaps
overlapping the only other incorporated town among the bunch, or
Chickasaw. You can also see a 6th planet, Uranus, sometimes with the
naked eye, on a clear night and if you know where to look.

Neptune, in contrast, is totally invisible to the naked eye. Yet we
can *see* Neptune on the map here, unlike the names of the other
planets, although they may be implied indirectly, as I’ve indicated.
Pluto is even more invisible.

Planets have a lot of resonations with other things, including
musical tones, going back to the idea of the C towns “trapping” Maria
Stein in the SE corner of Mercer County, thus bringing in the singing
nun Maria von Trapp of Sound of Music fame into the, um, picture.

Also keep in mind that Maria Stein was first brought up in a January
post on the b_hive by myself, but in conjunction with Minster (just
to the east of Maria Stein), a town that both Dean and I spotted as
resonant with the name *Monster*. Stein is the last syllable of
Frankenstein (Monster), already reinforced in the Hidalgo County, New
Mexico cluster of synchs. So all this is tied into the Jasper County
synchs involving monster that we’ve talked before about on the
b_hive… all this is a continuation of some kind.

Joyce, you brought up Jasper Newton Daniels (Jack Daniels) and
Neptune together in a post as well before… the Jack Daniels
distillery founded in 1846?

Haveta check. Monstrous *Moonshine*
concept also connected here, obviously.

It also did occur to me that the positions of the 6 “C” towns here
may be a 2-dimensional representation of a 3-d object of some kind. I
don’t have a way to render this in 3-d and play around with it,
though. I’ll try to think about a model further.

So, bottom line for now, the “C” towns may make some kind of *chart*
of planets, perhaps like a zodiac chart. The presence of a town named
Neptune just above this group seems to reinforce the idea. These are
the 6 visible planets (the ones you can see or “C”) in some
combination, plus the first planet you can’t see (which shows up as
the actual name of the planet here on the map).

Is this association something dillusional and Neptuney, or is it real
and concrete (remember, also, that our own Dean use to live in this
general area, just east of St. Mary on the map, I believe, where he
poured *cement* for the foundation of a buildling he associated with
a b_hive on this board)?

So I think that’s enough to chew on for now, for both myself and
others.

So Joyce… your chart please. 🙂

Wild, any input?

Does this make as much sense as the Love+Lee=Lovely
diagrams I created before? Less sense? More sense? Less synchy? More?

I’d like to hear more the story about your involvement with astrology
as well.

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Next Step

Carrcasses:

Carrcasses will obviously continue, and probably for the rest of my life. I’m in a steady state era for these kind of creations, with the length consistently between 45 and 70 minutes for almost all of ’em. Carrcasses are still the axis of my creativity, even though I don’t devote the time to them that I use to, especially during the early to mid-2000’s. At some point I’m looking to notch it up again with the possibilities of computer editing on both the audio and video sides. Recent clues about how this might come about could be here…*

https://bakerbloch.wordpress.com/2014/12/01/map-sinking-feeling-02/

In 2014 I created only 1 carrcass (C-11), after making 4 in 2013 (C-7.5, C-8, C-9, C-10), a banner year along with even higher peaks in 2006 and 2007. I haven’t even taped the last one — rectification soon.

Collages:

Obviously these will continue as well, and have become the creative focus above and beyond carrcasses (although I still see the latter as the fundamental note). I’ve created over 100 collages in the past 2 years, matching the total for the 9 years before that, which includes the Art 10×10. Although these are already born digital, I seem to be edging more into hard core animation, starting with the recent “Story Room” animation involving the first 6 collages of the Falmouth series. This series overall was quite the surprise — who knew that I would create a 61 piece effort that fast? Not me (until it was over). Another development has been the 2, 3, and 4 part pieces, or diptychs, triptychs, and tetraptychs. These complement the natural 2-4 part animations I first developed in the Art 10×10. How far down the animation road I’ll travel and away from the stand alone pieces I don’t know yet.

So more collages than ever created in 2014: over 70 adding in September’s Sam Parr series of 10 to the 61 from the earlier Falmouth series. It appears I’m in a flow.

Preservation:

As collages are born digitally, I’m not as concerned about preservation issues for them. Audiovisual synchs are still created using old fashion analog techniques. I have a rough table of all the “tiles”, which includes info about cue points and involved media, but more is needed in this area. More digital copies of analog creations need to be created. A 2015 resolution.

Sunklands:

This year I’ve also gathered together my collage series, along with the interpretations I share with others on my blog, in a new website using a freshly coined domain name, sunklands.com. Also here are descriptions and slurl links to virtual towns where the artwork is displayed (example: Collagesity, Noru and now Minoa). Another interesting category developed on the Sunklands site is the idea of hybrid works straddling defined areas, like “6 Weeks of Shining” from this year, or “Baker Bloch in England” from 2010. Carrcasses have a place in sunklands.com too, and I plan to create an abbreviated “Table” listing tiles from The Rainbow Sphere to SID’s 1st Oz at least. Hidden behind this will be the larger, full table of tiles (Rainbow Sphere to present, Carrcass-11 most recently). I’ve fitted Paradox I and its larger, fictional followup Paradox II (latter still in progress) into Sunklands as well.

Blog:

Apart from the Sunklands site, I’m still working daily on my personal blog, Frank and Herman, Einstein!, since 2012 (supplanting my original one, the Baker Blinker Blog from 2008-2012). Hybrids spring from this, along with collage interpretations and descriptions and working file stuff. Toward the end of this year map synch material has been developed more, resulting in yet another kind of collage (7-part “Map Stuff” from Nov. and early Dec.). This is my bread and butter.

Local Hiking/Myth Making:

The title of the Frank and Herman, Einstein! blog refers to the 2 large, contiguous parks I live near, and which I assumed at the time of its birth in August 2008 would be a lifetime focus above and beyond, for example, Second Life or other pursuits. But this year I decided that Blue Mountain will in all likelihood probably *not* be the place we spend our retirement years in the main. Instead that burden will fall on Ashville. As part of this big shift, I’ve decided to rename the latter Middletown to indicate its more central role. The recently uncovered Ashville Circle built around Cherry Avenue and parallel Linden Creek will turn into the Middletown Circle — a further mystification device, then.

But in saying this I’ve also decided to see Blue Mountain for its great plus: the proximity to these parks and the outdoors overall and to take full advantage of this while remaining here for probably the next 6-10 years. Another 2015 resolution, then — to be happy in the place I’m at more than in 2014. But the die has been cast for the future nonetheless, seemingly.

Second Life:

Yes, my involvement in this virtual, fake world has continued. 🙂 Big story was the development of Noru’s Collagesity in July and Aug and Sep after a battle between Noru and Rubi for town ownership in June. Then at the end of November, Noru land was given up in favor of same sized area at se corner of fabled Rubi Woods, very near where VWX Town existed toward the end of 2013. Just at the end of the year, I consolidated my land holdings in Minoa next the woods better, and it looks like my presence there will continued into 2015 a bit. Centerpieces remain the Power Tower and Falmouth galleries, along with the new Sam Parr State College building holding its namesake series. Falmouth gallery (an old castle) developed in Philudoria during Feb-April.

So the big news for SL in 2014 is the development of 2 new galleries holding the 2 newest collage series (Falmouth and Sam Parr), and also a new town to put them in: Collagesity, replacing 2013’s VWX Town as a virtual center.

Work work:

Most likely 6 or at tops 7 years to slave away before retirement. Must get a solid foundation for dealing with present and future issues. It’s not going to be an easy ride, but I’m certain the challenge will reap benefits. Better than working as a restaurant manager or the like. I’m very lucky to possess the position I do, and the support group I have.

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* Note1: In looking up riddle/ again just now, saw that Riddle’s Store lies in sw corner of small part of Loudon County, Tennessee separate from rest of county. Corr. to this, also this morning I rearranged my Minoa virtual holdings but accidentally left a 128 sq meter parcel separate from the rest in the process, representing 1/68th of my land. Is this simultaneous synchronicity? Does it represent me as separate from the rest of my team? A riddle for certain.

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Further, Riddles Store is coupled with Curry or Currys Store in Alabama, making a direct overlap between old and new. These are probably only 2 Riddles Store pop places.

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This split off part of Loudon County, TN lies directly west of the Ashville Circle concocted just before, and newly deemed, in this post, the Middletown Circle. Seems to reinforce the middle aspect (!). I also think back to the larger but still similar quite Forest Home Circle in Alabama discovered to be on the same latitude as Baker’s Creek, Miss. in 2013, and also in a neighboring state to the west.

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sherwood_Anderson

Sherwood Anderson (September 13, 1876 – March 8, 1941) was an American novelist and short story writer, known for subjective and self-revealing works.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Howard_Taft

William Howard Taft (September 15, 1857 – March 8, 1930) was the 27th President of the United States (1909–1913) and later the tenth Chief Justice of the United States (1921–1930). He is the only person to have served in both of these offices.

In surveys of presidential scholars, Taft is usually ranked near the middle of lists of all American Presidents.

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http://www.theparisreview.org/blog/2013/03/20/southern-holiday-part-3/

Before I left home, the novelist Allan Gurganus had recommended that I take the audio book of Light in August on my trip. He went on to compare Blanche DuBois to that novel’s Lena Grove, pregnant and wandering around Mississippi looking for the father of her baby. “Faulkner and Williams both hailed from ‘nice’ families a few generations down on their luck,” Gurganus told me. “The drive and ambition they attribute to their very different heroines, in Light in August and in Streetcar, reflect their own strange fates. The old order has faded and a new one is taking rank. These men were geniuses, born into dream-prone minor tribes from little towns in a defeated region. So Lena’s search for a father for her child and Blanche’s wish for the security of an oil tycoon who’ll spoil her mirror their creators’ quests. Each made a knight’s gambit, each going in search of acknowledgement, recognition, a place of honor and dignity, a place to stand, in the reconfigured modern world.”

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moon_Lake,_Mississippi

Tennessee Williams visited Moon Lake Casino, and referred to it in all but two of his plays.

Yes, the three of us drove out to Moon Lake Casino, very drunk and laughing all the way.
—Blanche DuBois, A Streetcar Named Desire

Sarah Wright, who has owned the property since 1985, stated, “they loved to go to the Moon Lake Casino, because the place served Kansas City steaks and even flew in lobster from Maine, no easy task as airplane travel was then in its infancy. That was Tennessee’s introduction to this place.”[2]

William Faulkner also visited the place, and referred to it in one of his novels as “Moon Lake Hotel.”

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blanche_DuBois

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Stella:

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Livingston (excerpt):

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Say what??

http://www.bakerblockmuseum.org/cemetery.htm

http://bakerblockmuseum.org/clouds/intheclouds/index-a.html

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baker,_Florida

Baker is an unincorporated community in Okaloosa County, Florida. It is located about 10 miles (16 km) northwest of the county seat, Crestview, in the Florida Panhandle. The Baker Block Museum is in Baker.

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More strange stuff indeed…

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That’s all the Smoky/ pp in the US, including variations. Lo and behold, the Lovely, KY we were just talking about pops up, and right next to the only legitimate Smoky in Calvert County, MD. The variant name for Lovely, and why it shows up in this list, is Smoky Bottom.

I’m not sure if this means anything but a pointer to Kate Swift of [Winesap], who is Lovely as described by Rev. Hartman (and Lovely *and* a Beauty in the next story) and also a smoker — smoky or smokey. We know this through Smoky Ordinary, VA linked to Ordinary, VA and Glass and Lady and Achilles. The Lady is Kate again, who, at the end of the reverend’s story, becomes one with the praying child of the window who has lost his (Achilles) heel. Story of Achilles, then, to refresh my memory. This is only US Achilles besides one in remoter part of Kansas (Rawlins County).

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Achilles%27_heel

In Greek mythology, when Achilles was a baby, it was foretold that he would die young. To prevent his death, his mother Thetis took Achilles to the River Styx, which was supposed to offer powers of invulnerability, and dipped his body into the water. But as Thetis held Achilles by the heel, his heel was not washed over by the water of the magical river. Achilles grew up to be a man of war who survived many great battles. But one day, a poisonous arrow shot at him was lodged in his heel, killing him shortly after.

The use of “Achilles heel” as an expression meaning “area of weakness, vulnerable spot” dates only to 1840, with implied use in Samuel Taylor Coleridge’s “Ireland, that vulnerable heel of the British Achilles!” from 1810 (Oxford English Dictionary).[5]

Money may also be involved. Only 1 of 2 Moneys in US in Gloucester County, along with a historic Cash. The other is in Mississippi with possible attachments to Pink Floyd’s song Money, reinforced by Money Creek + Root River in Houston County, Minnesota, remembering that we’ve brought up this county before (archetypal 2, as in HHH). Floyd’s Gilmour croons that money is the root of all evil to-day in the song Money, a famous line of the Dark Side of the Moon album. Money is another achilles heel for a lot of people — worrying about it in various ways (not having enough, wanting more, etc.). Not the Winesap reverend’s problem necessarily, but add it to the list along with sexual temptation. At the top again, Minnesota is more about Nixon (through Hixon) and him being a crook and exposed after the ’68 election. Nixon tops native son Hubert H. Humphrey. We’ll travel down that path or Trail sometime soon as well, hopefully avoiding the Gully. 🙂

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Another type of smoke (monster) we’ve been seeing on LOST a lot lately. We’re at the final episode… started in July!

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This smoke monster began as an ordinary man, a Man in Black like Cash. A man without a name, not even Sue.

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(to be continued)

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http://www.color-hex.com/color/444444

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adelphia,_New_Jersey

Prior to the community adapting its name from the Greek word for ‘brotherhood’ (adelphia), the area was previously known as Turkey. The only remnants of Turkey happen to lie within the title of a nearby county park, Turkey Swamp Park.

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Only Yellow Br/ pp…

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At the conclusion of The Wizard of Oz, Dorothy flies away from Emerald City at the end of the yellow brick road to return to her Kansas farm.

“We are moving back in time from North (City) to South (Farm), and all the urban vs rural underlying causes of the Civil War.”

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Rural (Rural Hall, etc.) then dealt with in NC through Mayberry, etc. Lack of African-Americans in Andy Griffith Show.

Hucka D.:

We will have more Elton symbols in Miss. later on [and his first US no. 1]: Crocodile Rock<Eagle Rock.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crocodile_Rock

The song was inspired by John’s discovery of leading Australian band Daddy Cool and their hit single “Eagle Rock”, which was the most successful Australian single of the early 1970s (with 1,000,000 sold),[4] remaining at No.1 for a record of 10 weeks.[5][6] John heard the song and the group on his 1972 Australian tour and was greatly impressed by it.[4] A photo included in the album packaging features John’s lyricist, Bernie Taupin, wearing a “Daddy Who?” promotional badge. The song also appears to have been strongly influenced by songs from the late 50s-early 60s (“when Rock was young”), including Del Shannon’s 1962 “Cry Myself to Sleep”, and “Little Darlin'” (recorded in 1957 by The Diamonds and The Gladiolas). The chorus resembles “Speedy Gonzales” by Pat Boone. While there was no actual “Crocodile Rock”, there was a dance called The Alligator.

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Elton “steps up” from Matland and its Crocodile Rock to enter 4 Sticks territory. The year is ’73. Yellow Brick Road territory again. Is he coming or going? Welcome Mat.

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Daniel_Day-Lewis

Rather bizarre framing of Daniel and Day in Carroll County MD by Barrett (east) and Watersville (west). Roger Pine Ridge anyone? Winfield is a codeword [for the magic book]. Mt. Airy and Taylorsville nearby (Andy Taylor of Mayberry, based on Mt. Airy).

I also can’t help but think there’s a relationship between the oddly named location “Plane No. 4” on the Carroll County map above (to left of Mt. Airy) and this…

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_Airlines_Flight_93

… but I haven’t figured out how yet.

Of the four aircraft hijacked on September 11 – the others were American Airlines Flight 11, American Airlines Flight 77 and United Airlines Flight 175 – United Airlines Flight 93 was the only one that did not reach its hijackers’ intended target.

Lineboro *and* Roller in ne corner of Carroll County have already come up here.

https://bakerbloch.wordpress.com/2014/04/03/we-have-03/

Bizarre! I now recall, in looking up “Winesap” related posts on this blog, that Carroll County and its Winfield have already arisen here.

https://bakerbloch.wordpress.com/2014/06/17/carrcass-11/

Now it links to Winfield, Kansas!

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November 13, 2014 · 4:02 am