Saturday, August 11, 2007
If it melts , film it and if it films....
Over on The Kentroversy Papers he has an article on Glowbawl Warrming and included a link to book pictired above.
Over at Newspaceman I acquired the Foxes Glacier Mints logo.
While reading The Secrets of the Federal reserve by E. Mullins [ through Aria Invicta at Tod's site] I found a credit to Ladislav Farago's 'The Game of the Foxes' about the extent of German espionage in the US and GB in WW2
Posted by aferrismoon at 5:30 AM
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Hmmm, very nice find on the Fox tip. That thread was brilliant, and doesn't seem to want to go away just yet, does it?
The "Lost" polar bears continue to resonate for me too...especially as they relate with the Green Lantern/Flash comic, which Jake was able to delve into. When that episode first aired, I couldn't get that connection out of my head...I need to read that two issue special.
I forgot about the lost Polar Bears, nice reminder, as I.m about to invoke the prog in another picto-synch.
Foxes Glacier Mints are really great , even though I nearly choked on one when i was young, natural mint.
They're made in Leicester, whose Football club has a Fox logo, and where Mr.Fox, the maker of these mints came from. Madeleine McCann comes from Leicester too.
Okay so playing with the Fox - Jack, and the extremely southerly polar bears, the Bear on the minty glacier, the Global Warming thing with Al Gore [Polar bears gore their prey don't they].
There was an ad on TV years ago for Foxes Glacier Mints with a little blue fox running round the mint trying to cajole the bear off the Glacier. I wonder if this imagery will repeat itself in the prog.
Anyhow, the Glacier mints are a Newspaceman find, and really ties a lot of things loosely together.
i haven't eaten them for years.
must have a look at that comic too.
The illustration in it of the bear reminds me of Shardik [ or something like that], a book by Richard Adams of Watership Down fame
Also found out its Henry Gale , not Howard Gayle, the balloonist. Doh!
I am still trying to decipher the Fox/Shepard connection. As this whole Island experiment would relate to Atlantis (or at least a modern version as societal incubator...see the Eden Project)
Too bad on the Henry Gale thing. I thought that was brilliant when you first came up with it.
Foxes were important to Watership Down were they not?
Never read the Watership Down thing, too freaky at the time, Art Garfunkel was hard enough - Bright eyes- aaaah.
I found pic of Henry Gale licence and notice he lives at 815 Wayzata Ave. so the Flight number is reiterated.
Hg = Mercury , which might resonate with the Flying things converging on the island
HG also resonates with our Mr. Wells does it not?
Hiya, I am pretty sure that were no significant foxes in Watership Down. The rabbits in that story were to be gassed but one had a dream or premonition I think.
Mercury Wells , what a find. Thanks for the Truth about Watership Down. If the story was set in Britain the rabbits would only need the idea of Foxes to have a media fearstorm about it.
I can see the Rabbits reading the Daily Bunny, crossing the grey river, Fox-terrorism headlines, Bang, blat, get hit by a car
Just like real life
Our HG (Mercury) also connects with the other Mr. Welles (Orson) as he was a member of the Mercury Radio Theater...BAM! How you like them apples?
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