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I’m glad that Hucka D. is starting to attend meetings with Carrcassonnee. Or should I refer to him as Hucka Doobie now? hehe. We’ll see how long it lasts. Short attention span that man-insect has! But I get the gist. Carrcassonnee’s diner is symbol of Hand Lake, as the larger TILE Temple that she originally inhabited in the newest version of Collagesity is Drink Lake. We know now that the two, in real life, are directly north and south of each other — as the temple and diner were (as well) in fake or virtual life. That’s another link or resonance. Further, both Hand and Drink are drinking lakes, and have a water plant nearby that also have a direct north-south relationship. Directly. Hucka D. has stated that a Fringe event has happened in the center of Hand Lake in past/present/future, and *caused* The Finger. Interesting theory. Carrcassonnee seems to back it up but unsure still. The rock in the Collagesity diner is supposedly owned by Peter SoSo, who may be the same as Fringe’s Peter. Carrcassonnee might even double for Olivia, as we’ve talked about before. LINK

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If there’s something to all this, Reiden Lake must figure into the mix, a place linking the two realities of Earth depicted in Fringe….

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I’m getting hints that Hucka D. doesn’t want me to talk about that much yet. So let’s go here instead: the image of a lake as a hand that basically seals up the whole Falmouth collage series, acting as an Omega element…

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(The actual lake in the extended collage) is Tarn at Leaves near Stonetwaite. TaL is filled with algae, as I know Hand Lake is now when visiting midday this past weekend. Mr. Bean has become one with the lake or tarn; seems to be laying down on its shore and drinking from it or perhaps even drowning in it — becoming one with it either way. Same basic color. Then extending from *his* body is an upright map version of Lake Horton in Nauvoo, Illinois, a place famous for the death of Joseph Smith, prophet and founder of Mormonism. The lake contains a single island which is called Gilligan’s Island. And the lake is shaped like a hand of sorts.

Gilligan’s Island is another Omega Point.

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Collage 11 Interpretation 02 > Collage 12

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“Rainbow Men” excerpt: beer drinking Jackalope

This central image from Collage 11 is obviously akin to 12 Oz Mouse from the first collage of the tetraptych, or “Animation Nation”. Both are multiple beer drinking animals of “X Brand” variety…

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“Animation Nation” excerpt: beer guzzling 12 Oz Mouse

12 Oz Mouse is also found in the 3rd collage of the tetraptych (“Holey”), leaning over to stare at a hole. He leans the opposite way there from a drinking position. Is he sobering up instead? Seeing the hole that is his life as an alcoholic rodent?

Anyway, another thing to remark about is that the left part of the jackalope image above is cut off on the *center line* of Collage 11. Likewise 12 Oz Mouse’s hole is cut in 2 by the left edge of Collage 10 before this. The effect helps further unite the 2 characters.

The jackalope, or at least his head (her head?), has made one other appearance in my collages that I recall, and we’ve already reviewed it a bit in the last post here: Sam Parr 09. I’ll throw up the picture again. Or insert it in this post again, I mean.

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And Karoz again appears in a collage with this animal. The jackalope wears the body in Collage 11, as it were, of Sam Parr Model (SPaM). The blue robot of the red-blue-7 Stones pairing perches on her shoulder. The antlers make a shape similar to that of Sam Parr Lake, whose outline appears in the center of Collage 10 (blue, coral like growth sprouting from wall vegetation). So the jackalope represents Sam Parr in multiple forms. The Falmouth Rabbit appears in the landscape below it, the central figure of Collage 11 and the focus. A smaller Karoz’s head indicates it by pointing and mirroring. In drafts of Collage 11, I had this little Karoz appearing on the foot of the drinking jackalope. Now the larger image of Karoz is all that’s left, but in both parts of the animation and in two different positions. He appears to fall from the wall, originally held by the cartoon homeless man from Aqua Teen, but somehow also turning around in the fall to “land” on his head, which is the same as the head of Scatman Cruthers at the foot of the wall. A surreal impossibility in other words — collage liberties. Much like a giant and small Karoz appear together in that Sam Parr collage: perspective distortion there.

The orange bottle and also the orange squares on the back of the truck behind him reinforce the association of 12 Oz Mouse in “Animation Nation” with the central orange jackalope in Collage 11. The orange is also reinforced in the multiple Meatwads in the same collage, but, moreover, the orange m&m to his above right, the one watching the Fall of Dorothy from the White House. Another resonance with the Meatwads is accidental: Part of his antler was cut off when I edited the overall animation — this would be in part 2. I left the mistake in because it seems to mirror Meatwad’s “hand” *extending* from his body in part 2 and touching Shake, simultaneously turning him into a Rainbow Man himself.

“Are we done with this one Hucka D.?”

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Since Hucka doesn’t seem to be around this morning let’s assume we are and move into Collage 12, which is the last one of the Stonethrow series and called “Triumph of the Toys”. The Red Fox appears again, just like she did in Sam Parr 10 (coming after Sam Parr 09 just discussed above). This is probably a Peter Gabriel image again, balancing his appearance in the first collage of the tetraptych perhaps: Lamb Lies Down on Broadway’s character Rael, as opposed to Foxtrot’s anthropomorphized fox here. This fox represents an endpoint. The music from the album Foxtrot is used in a more recent synch I’ve named Carrcass-6. This carrcass also features video excerpt from 12 Oz Mouse, some of which is dubbed by the Foxtrot music.

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Here we have part 1 of the two part animation that is “Triumph of the Toys”… there’s the red fox I’m speaking about against a rock wall in the mid-ground. Almost beside her is a green mossman with scepter in left hand. Above him is a giant Robert Plant of Led Zeppelin fame, head against the sky. He’s staring at another sky head, golden in color but about to turn red and erupt, as it were. A row of toy blocks is arranged in the foreground, spelling TOYS itself. Master Shake again looks on from the right, but he appears to be asleep in part 1.

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In part 2 he appears to be jolted awake by Mossman, who has continued to move forward and is now standing on the toy blocks. His *right* arm has become transparent and extending, holding a multi-chromatic ball *triumphantly*. This is the triumph of the toys (whatever that really means). Hucka D. is still not here to help me. I’m going to make some guesses.

We’ve mentioned that the red fox of the present collage is also found in the last collage of the Sam Parr series also found in The Red Umbrella gallery: Sam Parr 10. Last collage reflects last collage in this way. And I’m also thinking there’s another resonance: I believe the fact that the 4 colors of TILE are found in that pile of objects that Mossman passes to his right on his way to the toy blocks — red, green, blue, yellow — also allows us to tie this into Sam Parr 10 in the similar 4 colors of TILE making up the stage to the left.

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Sam Parr 11: “The Stage” (part 2 of 2 part animation)

In particular, I believe the wooden shelves or whatever they are, covered in plastic in “Triumph” can be paralleled with the tiny studio appearing on this TILE surrounded stage in the Sam Parr collage. Does the passing Mossman then equal The Master’s charismatic religious figure Lancaster Dobb (source image for Sam Parr 11)? And does he champion TILE instead of The Cause, if so? The ball he triumphantly holds high in the air contains all the TILE colors in one, chromatic whole. His scepter has been switched from right to left hand in the process. The eyes in the formerly golden head of the far background, high on the mountains apparently, have erupted redness like a volcano. What is the triumph? Obviously this has something to do with the story of Mossman Gene Fade of Frank and Herman Parks. I don’t think Mossman appears in any of the other collages in the Red Umbrella, although he is found in other Collagesity gallery works.

Where does this Mossman get the ball? Did the fox pass it on to him? Or does it represent the TILE colored pile of objects he also passes by in moving from mid-ground to foreground? We have more questions than answers here. Why am I not surprised. We’ll have to wait until Hucka D. wakes up much later on to further our investigation, if needed.

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Collage 11 Interpretation 01

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The large orange m&m watches in alarm as Dorothy falls from the roof of the White House, as we’re calling it. But Dorothy is on the left side of Collage 10 (“Holey”) and the orange m&m watches her from the left side of Collage 11, the last in the tetraptych. He is associated with the Aqua Teen Hunger Force character Meatwad within, not once but twice. That is, we have 2 images of Meatwad in this last collage that are clearly associated with this m&m. For one, each of the 3 — Meatwads and the similarly colored orange m&m — appear beside Frylock, another Aqua Teen character.

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Collage 11: “Rainbow Men (Part 1)”

As stated previously I call this one “Rainbow Men”. And again we have several images of African-Americans, each different from ones that came before in the tetraptych (IT Crowd’s Moss, and Sanford and Son’s Fred Sanford). And each are attached to their own Meatwad, actually. Let’s create separate pictures of the 2 in question, and examine the similar elements and then the more subtle differences.

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The Shining’s Scatman Cruthers & Aqua Teen Hunger Force friends

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Celina Ohio Quilt Rock’s African-American professor with the same cast of Aqua Teen Hunger Force friends

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Collage 11: “Rainbow Men (Part 2)”

Hucka D.:

These are in fact the Rainbow Men of the title. Each are away from the White House, perhaps even homeless. But neither are in their real existences. The black man leaning against the Quilt Rock is a professor. The black man in the grass seeming to lean against the fence is Scatman Cruthers laying in his bed in warm beautiful Florida, on a winter break from the Overlook Hotel of The Shining, clearly having fun away from that heavily cursed hotel. He should know better than anyone, given that he has a powerful gift of shining. But what are these transposed men, these Rainbow Men, doing here outside the White House? Each are accompanied by the same 3 Aqua Teen characters: Frylock, Meatwad, and Master Shake. Frylock appears closest to each, then Meatwad and lastly Shake. He is very white, gleaming shiny white almost. He represents a bigot, a racist, or just racism in general. He is the opposite of the rainbow, or the inversion. In his role here, he may thinking himself separate and superior to these Rainbow Men near him. The Shake near Scatman Cruthers remains pure and white in both parts of the animation. However, the Shake connected with the Quilt Rock African-American undergoes a change from part 1 to part 2. He turns into a rainbow himself. He becomes enlightened. This is post-Civil War thinking, where the loser flag is established.

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Cruther’s untransformed Shake beside Quilt Man’s transformed, “rainbowed” Shake in part 2

Quilt Man’s Meatwad touches Shake in part 2, seeming to transform him into a rainbow form. Rainbow colored m&m’s tag along with the orange m&m on the left side of the collage, and then fall in part 2 just as Dorothy falls off the roof in Collage 10 coming before this. Both are *Rainbow Falls*.

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The Contraption from a number of other collages in the last several years appears beside the rainbow spectrum extending from shake [below Meatwad]. This is again the rainbow. Who, then, lives in the house, the White House?

bb:

A past self, Hucka D. Me before the Civil War.

Hucka D.:

A good guess, and correct in its own way. Yet you changed. Book 3. The former rocket launcher was found to be sentient. Pope is born. The Beanstalk. And now Second Life has one of its own. And your Mythos has one of its own. You called it [delete name]. It became the center of your alternate US. It was a rainbow extension of something like Shake, a former unenlightened self. You latched onto it, it latched onto you. This is true freedom. Philadelphia.

bb:

Thanks for that information, Hucka D. (looks at Collage 11) And then we have an *actual* homeless man, a caucasian or white man this time, behind the fence that Cruthers seems to lean against. In part 1 he holds an image of Karoz, or perhaps holds Karoz himself. Although this is the name of a Second Life character, a brother and an alt to Baker Bloch, the name is a reverse form of Zorak, yet another Space Ghost related character. And his “outfit” still contains some elements of Zorak, just as Baker Bloch’s outfit retains even less subtle elements of Space Ghost. And Karoz appears in the Sam Parr series. Let’s take a look, Hucka D.:

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Sam Parr 09

Hucka D.:

You forgot to mention that the homeless man peering over top of the fence is another Aqua Teen character, a more minor one this time. But he is clearly homeless, unlike Cruthers, unlike the Quilt Rock man. They just give the *appearance* of perhaps being homeless in this collage. Why?

bb:

Stereotyping.

Hucka D.:

Yeah.

bb:

There’s a very interesting article about Cruthers’ role in The Shining, Hucka D., that I’ll give a link to here LINK. I don’t believe Kubrick was a racist, but he had a racist character say the “n” word in the movie, and in direct reference to Cruthers’ character (Chef Dick Hallorann of the Overlook Hotel). Because of this, Cruthers’ character becomes “My Nigerian Friend”.

Hucka D.:

Yup.

bb:

The Fall is the fall of the old South, like seen in “Gone With The Wind”. Like the fall of the old Japan in “The Wind Rises”. But more the former.

Hucka D.:

Getting back to [Sam Parr 09], Karoz’s head is highlighted again. In the new collage his head, when he seems to be dropped from the top of the fence by Aqua Teen’s homeless guy, merges with the head of Cruthers below. [This is probably a symbol of stereotyping again.] In [Sam Parr 09], a green stream emerges from his head to his right. This is the stream that runs from Falmouth to Sam Parr. Karoz’s head contains wisdom. After all, he started up Sam Parr State College or at least agreed to become its first and only president. And he personally recruited Redd Foxx as one of the students. He desired a diverse student body.

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Collage 10 Interpretation 03

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“The yellow racist McCoy shows up with Patrick Star and Spongebob Squarepants in that picture we just looked at, Hucka D., but he shows up better in the Gilatona-Lis collage immediately before, taking place, er, in Devizes on the left side of the main crop circle territory, and southwest of Morgan Hill.”

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Hucka D.:

We better get back to Collage 10. In Collage 01 of the Stonethwaite series — er, *Stonethrow* series — [the dog] Spider shows up again. Or previous. He appears on the bank before the Whitehead X-ing teepee, about at the spot you saw a snake this spring, harking back to the “I don’t like spiders and snakes song”.

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“Spongeberg” (Stonethrow 01)

bb:

That’s one of your favorites, Hucka D.

Hucka D.:

Not really. Why is Spider[ in Collage 10] stuck to the house, like he’s magnetized to it? Since Patrick Star’s rock house is also infested with spiders, can we say this is Patrick Star’s home as well, this White House?

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Let’s just say that a racist lives there and be done with it. We can return[ to this collage]. I’d like to talk about the very first collage in the Red Umbrella, way down in the basement near the front. That’s Sam Parr 01 (“2130!”). That’s the house at the beginning of the 4th Way, the mysterious new trail — unofficial — of Frank Park that makes a direct path into Whitehead Crossing, like the other three official ones. And where does it ultimately lead to now? That teepee. The 4th Way was built so that someone could more easily get to the teepee area. The same person or persons must have built both, along with putting those potted plants up in that fallen tree.

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“2130!”(Sam Parr 01)

bb:

So you’re wanting to study why the first collage of the Sam Parr series ties into the first collage of the new Stonethrow series through this 4th Way.

Hucka D.:

I’m there on the balcony[ pictured in Sam Parr 01], after all. Spongeberg at the Whitehead X-ing teepee is Story Room and one more, the green one or mossy fellow. He is red, blue, green, yellow, as in the stars appearing on his sky night jumpsuit. Spongeberg is inside the teepee and outside sitting on Welcome Matt (rock) at once. He is in 2 places at once. He is the man who built the 4th Way, the teepee. He may have even built/purchased 2130 at the [other] end of this 4th. We must speak of Spongeberg.

bb:

Spongeberg is the same as Chuck, the yellow one of the Story Room rock group.

Hucka D. (after a pause):

Yes.

bb:

But he is not me.

Hucka D.:

No. You instead live at Red Head. Close but not the same. (another pause) We can knock at the door but no one will answer.

bb:

You’re talking about the White House of Collage 10. The racist who lives inside will not answer. We cannot know who he is truly truly is.

Hucka D.:

He is Wheeler Wilson. Or Wilson Wheeler. Truly.

bb:

The racist appears to be an X-ian. Worshipping a lily white Baby Jesus tugging at his queer yellow beard. At the same time 12 Oz Mouse leans down to examine a suddenly appearing hole that lies exactly between Collage 09 and Collage 10. We in fact only see the half of the hole shown in Collage 10. And we also know that Peanut is within the hole.

Hucka D.:

In an alternate reality collage.

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“In Stonethrow 10, Patrick Star looks at the dog who you say is the same as Spider. In Stonethrow 01, Spongeberg looks at the actual image of Spider on a bank below the teepee. He sits on a rounded rock, quite similar in shape if not size to Patrick’s round rock home. He wears a jesters hat and belt to complete his night sky outfit. I think Spongeberg may have anticipated the images of Collage 10, Hucka D., in his own collage coming at the beginning of the same series. White House equals Whitehead X-ing Teepee?”

Hucka D.:

And [Spongeberg] has *stars* all over him (smiles).

bb:

And of course the name Spongeberg comes partially from Spongebob, Patrick’s best buddy. Hmmm.

https://bakerbloch.wordpress.com/2015/03/26/artie-j-spongeberg-tours-fal-mouth-moon/

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“Hey that’s my *rock*.”

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Peanut died in a hole at the beginning of Carrcass-01, Hucka D., the first time we see him. And this is *right* before 12 Oz Mouse sees that same hole that’s now in Collage 10. The two *must* be related. This is where Peanut dies, this hole. Yellow Down.

http://www.adultswim.com/videos/12-oz-mouse/enter-the-sandmouse/

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Collage 10 Interpretation 02

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In part two of Collage 10, now called “Holey”, we see two namesake types. First is an actual hole — or half hole, really — that appears on the ground before a now leaning 12 Oz Mouse on the far left side of the collage.

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I’ve limited the view here to the left side of Collage 10, focusing in on the 2 “holey” images themselves. Now the second one is something “holy” instead of “holey”. The most holy thing for many, in fact. This is the image of Baby Jesus appearing with Brak now. He cradles the illuminated infant in his berobed arms. It strokes his queer yellow beard. He becomes yet another father in this manner: St. Joseph, father of Jesus. This image is first found in my blog from last fall here:

https://bakerbloch.wordpress.com/2014/10/03/2-st-joes/

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In this same post we have a picture of the Maumee River basin, this stream formed by the conjunction of St. Joseph and St. Marys rivers at Fort Wayne, Indiana. You can see why I associate it with Jesus, then. The Holy Infant confuses his father for his mother. He is just a wee lad, not much removed from tadpole status. But is this his father, see? Isn’t God the Father? And so forth. So these 2 “holeys” appear on the left side of Collage 10, defining the tone of the picture reading it from left to right.

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The Maumee River basin has showed up in a prior Stonethrow collage, or Collage 06 (“Beware (The) Heelers”), part 02 of the 2 section animation to be exact. There it’s covered by what’s called the Great Black Swamp, drained in the early to mid 1800s by settlers to the area.

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You can again see Fort Wayne to the left and Toledo, at the Maumee’s mouth, to the right. The whole of the Maumee River was apparently submerged in or made one with this giant, dark marsh before the Great Drain. Very peculiar — and I didn’t know about this swamp until several months after creating that October post. I had other reasons to be drawn to that area (Rainbowology).

The image of the Great Black Swamp here covers the word “The”. The second part of the Collage 06 animation becomes just “Beware Heelers” instead of “Beware The Heelers” of part one. Collage 06 also contains a number of other Rainbowology elements, including Dorothy Gale, the Witch Mombi, and Ozma, all characters from Baum’s Oz mythology later found in the movie “Return to Oz”, the base for the earlier carrcass “SID’s 1st Oz” from 2002. The basic point of Collage 07 is that Ozma as true ruler of that fantasyland is able to symbolically drain the Great Black Swamp again by reversing Dorothy’s Fall highlighted in “Dark Side of the Rainbow”. This is the same as Dorothy (and Oz itself) being saved by TILE, a religion that has replaced X-ianity for me by becoming as much a philosophy and a board game as a religion per se. “Per se, Hucka D.” (pause) Not there.

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And then on the *right* hand side of Collage 10 we again have the image of Dorothy falling off that confounding pigpen fence, animated this time. The second animation (below picture) shows Dorothy more in the actual state of falling, and this image again directly comes from Collage 07. The first Dorothy (above picture) is more in the process of losing her balance on this fence, causing the fall. “But through the magic of the collage, she instead falls off the roof of this white house, Hucka D.” (pause) Hmmm.

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The orange m&m has “reappeared”, looking very concerned again like he did as a pendant image in the prior “Darth Redder” collage of this tetraptych. But this m&m, and his accompanying smaller rainbow colored clan of same tagging along behind him and then in front of him (as they too seem to fall) are actually a part of Collage 11, after Collage 10. I call this final collage of the tetraptych “Rainbow Men.”

Hucka D.:

This time we must now move quite yet into an interpretation of your Collage 11 beyond Collage 10 but focus on the latter. And good morning to you.

bb:

Thanks Hucka D. And thanks for showing up again to help me with this difficult and complex interpretation…

Hucka D.:

… of a difficult and complex work. But it’s not that complex. Just keep your thumb next to the line you next recite and you’ll do fine.

bb:

Stick to the [already written] script, eh.

Hucka D.:

Precisely. Now what are your next lines? Because you’re next up.

bb:

Tadpole?

Hucka D.:

No. Read the line to the *left* of your thumb instead of the right. You’re always confusing those directions. At least you usually get up and down right the first time. Or is it left?

bb:

We must focus on the White House.

Hucka D.:

Good. You’ve already established a racist lives there and that racist is Brak The King from Temple Farm, Marlborough, as featured in the Baker Bloch Heads To England exhibit from 2010, I believe. Blochhead. Bloch-head.

bb:

But you’re also saying that Brak represents the great loser state of Arkansas, or perhaps he hails from there.

Hucka D.:

Hell.

bb:

And you’ve always told me, ever since the beginning of my blogging days in the old Baker Blinker one, that Arkansas is the center and the focus and not let my attention stray too far north. Or *up*.

Hucka D.:

Down is where it’s at, yes.

bb:

Do you want to explain this further? I mean, just looking at [Collage 10], we have a dog stuck on the side of a wall — this is a Little Whitehead Art Collective creation once more — with a miniature Patrick Star of Spongebob Squarepants looking on with ice cream cone in hand. He’s just a big kid through and through. Then an even tinier Spongebob emerges from his pineapple home. (pause)

Hucka D.:

I can’t see that far down.

bb:

Here…

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Hucka D.:

Thank you[ for showing me the whole picture]. “Holey”.

bb:

Patrick Star appeared in the Falmouth tetraptych that completed the 2013 Gilatona-Lis sequence of collages, Hucka D.

Hucka D.:

I remember. Vaguely.

bb:

Well, here he is in case you’ve totally forgotten.

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Hucka D.:

Thanks once more. But if you’re going to rezz that whole [older] tetraptych then we’re going to have to stand back a bit.

bb:

Then I won’t do that.

Hucka D.:

Thanks yet again.

bb:

And Spongebob also showed up in earlier Gilatona-Lis works. And his pineapple home appears in the original Embarras collage (Embarras 01).

Hucka D.:

“Why?” I hear you asking in your mind. Well, to give the collages a bit of levity for one thing. The dog flies into the white house and becomes stuck like in flypaper. I must ask you: is this dog Spider? Carrcassonnee’s Spider that still sits in the Collage Temple beside his master, still spouting out the permutations of that hellish number 2130?

bb:

He’s not exactly the same color but it does appear to be a Chihuahua of similar shape and size. And Patrick Star hates Spiders — that’s another connection.

Hucka D.:

Maybe we better end on that humorous note. Yes, the dog is Spider. Yes, that’s why Patrick Star is there. Mr. Star is also a crop circle, as is Spongebob Squarepants… as are their 3 houses in a row if you throw in “trapped in the middle” Squidward and reduce all to the base of Patrick’s rock. [That’s all Morgan Hill crop circles.]

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bb:

Fantastic. Here they are [off the road to Honeystreet, UK]…

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http://fineartamerica.com/featured/morgan-hill-crop-circle-reconstruction-raul-castellar.html

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Collage 10 Interpretation 01

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As good as any. We can return to Collage 09 if needed. Who lives in the white house that dominates 10?

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bb:

I hate to say it, Hucka D., but it may be a racist that lives there. Like McCoy.

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Hucka D.:

That would be the little yellow one. You are[ unfortunately] correct. Brak’s stars and stripes gives him away. Here’s a picture from “Baker Bloch in England”. Brak is the King. We do not have a picture of his Queen in the new series. But this is the same Brak and giving the same warm welcome. This is his house[ once more]. We are in Stonethwaite, true — another farm — but we are still also in Wiltshire. We’ve never left Wiltshire. We will never leave, you and I. You can still visit me, Baker Bloch, Baker Blinker at the Temple Farm.

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bb:

But it’s more than that, I’m picking up you want to say.

Hucka D.:

Yes. You have limited yourself in your talking[ about carrcasses] to others to SID’s 1st Oz and before. You are acting like nothing happened after the Civil War (yourself) in this respect. You have not freed the true carrcasses beyond SID’s 1st Oz. You are still fighting the Civil War.

bb:

Interesting and perhaps a little peculiar comparison.

Hucka D.:

You are lying to others, true?

bb:

Yes.

Hucka D.:

They do not appreciate this.

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bb:

But it’s more.

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Hucka D.:

Yes. This is about Arkansas, one of the loser states. I’ve always stated that you should center everything on Arkansas and not pay attention to that Show-Me state just to the north.

bb:

Missouri[ you mean].

Hucka D.:

I’m not saying that name.

bb:

Why do you hate Missouri so much, Hucka D.?

Hucka D.:

Because it isn’t the center. *Your* center.

bb:

But you are also limiting yourself in this way.

Hucka D.:

We can only go so far in this life. There are winners and there are losers[ always]. (pause)

bb:

So what I’m thinking — picking up — is that you are equating Arkansas with SID’s 1st Oz.

Hucka D.:

You know it.

bb:

Hillary is from Arkansas. Bill…

Hucka D.:

What happened in [delete name]?

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