|LOST TRIBE, Wandering's ...: THE FOUR HORSEMEN OF THE APOCALYPSE|
1 comment23 Apr 2002 @ 08:38 by jazzolog : Inspired
I was delighted to see, 3/5ths of the way "down" the article the 1929 image of the short-term comet. It is a little-known fact that when Walt Disney saw that image back then, he immediately drew what became one of the most universally-recognized symbols on this planet: the head of Mickey Mouse. You may notice that both Mickey and Donald never had children of their own, but instead what became known as "nephews." In fact, Walt confessed to intimates that these "blue boys," as he called them, were actually beings of enhanced and perhaps alien intellect. Later Huey, Dewey, and Louie became known as the first of the indigo children. There is much more research to be done here: for instance, why is it if both Pluto and Goofy are dogs that only one speaks, while the other goes "arf?" (Walt had intended to name Pluto Phobos, and since now we know that Pluto isn't actually a planet at all his first intuition certainly was correct!) Incidentally, I used to work for TRW and have no doubt that there is a giant ray gun on that flatbed aimed at the earth. Does anyone know if Ming's stock portfolio includes investment in TRW? Now we are getting somewhere. Cheers bro, and how's the planting going?
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