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Country Club…

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Because of the Buddhist context… To these tales… It is tempting to see… Monkey… As the monkey-mind… He wears a magically constricting head-band… By which Tripitaka controls him… When he gets out of hand… For the most part, though… It is Monkey who saves the day… By rescuing… Pigsy… Sandy… And Tripitaka… From the numerous scrapes… They find themselves embroiled in… The Thatched House… Generated more questions… Than answers… Although it did address… Some concerns… It is possible… That prior to being dropped off at Fee’s… We’d been… To the Illawalla!

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For which… Piece of the jigsaw… We have Bob… To thank… This also suggests that… The Bob parking fiasco memory… Was from earlier that evening… It does nothing though… To answer the thorny problem… Of what happened after being dropped off… It is clear… That the memory… Storage… And retrieval system… Is anything but… Linear… One more thing… Of note… The circle of Auld Langs Syne-ers… Developed into a Congo… Thanks, Dez… Which trailed its way… Up and down… The street… Although the serpent… Coils through the undergrowth… It still manages to move in a straight line!

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If memory… Is snake-like… And the subconscious… Is snake-like… Then, why do we order our lives along strictly regular lines?… It seems… Slavish… Are the Slav’s… Slavish…This is unlikely… Tripitaka moves… Through the Land of the Dead… On a dragon… Disguised as a horse… A dragon is a winged serpent… Do you see?… Oh, and another thing… This from Mog… Every time you move house… You lose stuff… You either leave it behind… Throw it away when you didn’t mean to… Or, it goes missing… The ‘vee’ in lives is open… The ‘en’ in lines… Is closed… Like a cell door… Slamming… Do you see, now?

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