By bats | August 21, 2010 - 11:14 pm
Posted in Category: Three-Ring Freakshow

Billy dreams of catching the Big One, Dolly dreams that her sand castle is truly fit for a princess, and Jeffy digs to the Metropolitan Opera’s production of Turandot 18th C. China:


You know, I’ll bet even dumb little Jeffy saw bits of the Bejing Olympics and might realize that modern China looks a wee bit different:


Then again, this is most likely Jeffy’s final destination after a long day of diggin’:


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    August 21, 2010 @ 11:42 PM

    I’ve often wondered how this notion of digging through the earth (ignoring the liquid hot magma and solid core) from the Northern Hemisphere will somehow end you up in China – which is in the same gawddam hemisphere – became so firmly entrenched in the cultural mindset. I believed it as a little kid, but who first promulgated this ridiculous idea?

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