See how they run like pigs! Your insight about the gu gu gu sound boars make is very important.

lorenhough

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hi Jerry
Simon & Garfunkel's "Mrs. Robinson." Songwriter Paul Simon penned the lyrics, "Coo coo ca-choo, Mrs. Robinson, Jesus loves you more than you will know." The song was released too late to have been an influence on Lennon: though a brief early version of "Mrs. Robinson" appeared in the movie The Graduate in late 1967, the full song with "coo coo ca-choo" didn't show up until the Simon & Garfunkel album Bookends in April 1968. So the influence could very well have flowed the other way, with Simon making a subtle gesture to the then-new Beatles song.

Both Lennon and Simon, I believe, were at least indirectly influenced by another pop-cultural source: the catchphrase of the 1930s cartoon bombshell Betty Boop, "boop-oop-a-doop."

When frightened, boars make loud huffing ukh! ukh! sounds or emit screeches transcribed as gu-gu-gu. wiki

gu gu gu; googoo goosth; boop-oop-a-doop; goo g' joob goo goo g' goo g' goo goo g' joob job; "Coo coo ca-choo all come from the 1sth from joyce googoo goosth,” = gu gu gu = all the above sound are wild pig sounds

Loren

"Mrs Robinson" is track #6 on the album Old Friends Live on Stage. It was written by Simon, Paul.

And here's to you, Mrs. Robinson =Monroe
Jesus loves you more than you will know wo wo wo
God bless you please, Mrs. Robinson
Heaven holds a place for those who pray
Hey hey hey, hey hey hey
We'd like to know a little bit about you for our files
We'd like to help you learn to help yourself
Look around you all you see are sympathetic eyes
Stroll around the grounds until you feel at home= Payne Whitney Psychiatric Clinic.
And here's to you, Mrs. Robinson
Jesus loves you more than you will know wo wo wo
God bless you please, Mrs. Robinson
Heaven holds a place for those who pray
Hey hey hey, hey hey hey
Hide it in a hiding place where no one ever goes
Put it in your pantry with your cupcakes =
{they killedher with poison up her bum, cupcakes her breast.

It's a little 'secret' just the Robin'sons' affair
Most of all, you've got to 'hide' it from the kids {her death}
Coo coo ca-choo, Mrs. Robinson = [cocaine drug from coca. to hide? well not really its for the baby goats] or died pig?

Jesus loves you more than you will know wo wo wo [oy weeping?]woing Jesus
God bless you, please, Mrs. Robinson
Heaven holds a place for those who pray
Hey hey hey, hey hey hey =

hey
[used to attract attention, to express surprise, interest, or annoyance, or to elicit agreement: ]

Sitting on a sofa on a Sunday afternoon
Going to the candidates' debate
Laugh about it, shout about it when you've got to choose
Every way you look at it you lose

Where have you gone, Joe Di Maggio?

Our nation turns its lonely eyes to you woo woo woo

What's that you say, Mrs. Robinson?

"Joltin Joe has left and gone away"
Hey hey hey, hey hey hey


Joe DiMaggio - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Joseph Paul "Joe" DiMaggio, born Giuseppe Paolo DiMaggio, nicknamed "Joltin' Joe" and "The Yankee Clipper", was an American Major League Baseball center fielder who ...

Joseph Paul "Joe" DiMaggio (/dɨˈmɑːʒioʊ/ or /dɨˈmædʒioʊ/; November 25, 1914 – March 8, 1999), born Giuseppe Paolo DiMaggio, nicknamed "Joltin' Joe" and "The Yankee Clipper", was an American Major League Baseball center fielder who played his entire 13-year career for the New York Yankees. He is perhaps best known for his 56-game hitting streak (May 15 – July 16, 1941), a record that still stands.

Baseball didn't really get into my blood until I knocked off that hitting streak," he said. "Getting a daily hit became more important to me than eating, drinking or sleeping."

Monroe and DiMaggio when they were married in January 1954

According to her autobiography, Marilyn Monroe originally did not want to meet DiMaggio, fearing that he was a stereotypical arrogant athlete. They eloped at San Francisco City Hall on January 14, 1954.

An incident between the couple is supposed to have occurred immediately after the skirt-blowing scene in The Seven Year Itch which was filmed on September 14, 1954, in front of Manhattan's Trans-Lux 52nd Street Theater. Then-20th Century Fox's East Coast correspondent Bill Kobrin told the Palm Springs Desert Sun that it was director Billy Wilder's idea to turn the shoot into a media circus. The couple then had a "yelling battle" in the theater lobby.

A month later, she contracted the services of celebrity attorney Jerry Giesler and filed for divorce on grounds of mental cruelty 274 days after the wedding.[citation needed] After the failure of their marriage, DiMaggio had undergone therapy, stopped drinking alcohol and expanded his interests beyond baseball: he and Marilyn Monroe read poetry together in their later years.

DiMaggio re-entered Monroe's life as her marriage to Arthur Miller was ending. On February 10, 1961, he secured her release from Payne Whitney Psychiatric Clinic. She joined him in Florida where he was a batting coach for the Yankees. Their "just friends" claim did not stop remarriage rumors from flying. Reporters staked out her Manhattan apartment building. Bob Hope "dedicated" Best Song nominee "The Second Time Around" to them at the 33rd Academy Awards.

According to Maury Allen's biography, DiMaggio was alarmed at how Monroe had fallen in with people he felt were detrimental to her well-being. Val Monette, owner of a military post-exchange supply company, told Allen that DiMaggio left his employ on August 1, 1962, because he had decided to ask Monroe to remarry him.

She was found dead in her Brentwood, Los Angeles, home on August 5 after housekeeper Eunice Murray telephoned Monroe's psychiatrist, Dr. Ralph Greenson. DiMaggio's son had spoken to Monroe on the phone the night of her death and claimed that she seemed fine.[37] Her death was deemed a probable suicide by "Coroner to the Stars" Thomas Noguchi, but has been the subject of numerous conspiracy theories.

Devastated, DiMaggio claimed her body and arranged for her funeral at Westwood Village Memorial Park Cemetery, barring Hollywood's elite. He had a half-dozen red roses delivered three times a week to her crypt for 20 years.[38] He refused to talk about her publicly or otherwise exploit their relationship. He never married again. When he died in 1999, his last words were "I'll finally get to see Marilyn." wiki edited by LH
 
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lorenhough

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Hi Loren

Joyce’s passage has not been understood. In this section of the book he is describing the crimes and falsehoods of the Gospels writers. In the passage the woman receives a missive that is eschatological. In other words, the apocalypse will now occur. She is afraid and goes to her knees where she sees the end of the Holy Roman Empire - i.e. the Hapburgs/Flavian religion . Which is the same thing to Joyce as the return of the unkillable ‘Kong Gander’ King – the king (Messiah) of the OT - or the ‘toucher of David’. The returned king holds a clock to indicate that time is up. The woman is a pig – (sowbelly or Christian) who is reduced to obedience upon seeing the real messiah.

In Joyce’s passage ‘Goo goo goosth’ is a description of the returned ghost/messiah. The author of Walrus is using it both in this context and I suspect also as the sound the frightened sowbelly/pigs make during the Apocalypse.

"cramp for Hemself and Co, Esquara, or them four hoarsemen on
their apolkaloops, Norreys, Soothbys, Yates and Welks, and,
galorybit of the sanes in hevel, there was a crick up the stirkiss

and when she ruz the cankle to see, galohery, downand she went

on her knees to blessersef that were knogging together like milk-

juggles as if it was the wrake of the hapspurus or old Kong

Gander O'Toole of the Mountains or his googoo goosth she

seein, sliving off over the sawdust lobby out ofthe backroom, wan

ter, that was everywans in turruns, in his honeymoon trim, holding

up his fingerhals, with the clookey in his fisstball, tocher of davy's,

tocher of ivileagh, for her to whisht, you sowbelly, and the

whites of his pious eyebulbs swering her to silence and coort;"

Joe
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lorenhough

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Hi Loren

Joyce’s passage has not been understood. In this section of the book he is describing the crimes and falsehoods of the Gospels writers. In the passage the woman receives a missive that is eschatological. In other words, the apocalypse will now occur. She is afraid and goes to her knees where she sees the end of the Holy Roman Empire - i.e. the Hapburgs/Flavian religion . Which is the same thing to Joyce as the return of the unkillable ‘Kong Gander’ King – the king (Messiah) of the OT - or the ‘toucher of David’. The returned king holds a clock to indicate that time is up. The woman is a pig – (sowbelly or Christian) who is reduced to obedience upon seeing the real messiah.

In Joyce’s passage ‘Goo goo goosth’ is a description of the returned ghost/messiah. The author of Walrus is using it both in this context and I suspect also as the sound the frightened sowbelly/pigs make during the Apocalypse.

"cramp for Hemself and Co, Esquara, or them four hoarsemen on
their apolkaloops, Norreys, Soothbys, Yates and Welks, and,
galorybit of the sanes in hevel, there was a crick up the stirkiss

and when she ruz the cankle to see, galohery, downand she went

on her knees to blessersef that were knogging together like milk-

juggles as if it was the wrake of the hapspurus or old Kong

Gander O'Toole of the Mountains or his googoo goosth she

seein, sliving off over the sawdust lobby out ofthe backroom, wan

ter, that was everywans in turruns, in his honeymoon trim, holding

up his fingerhals, with the clookey in his fisstball, tocher of davy's,

tocher of ivileagh, for her to whisht, you sowbelly, and the

whites of his pious eyebulbs swering her to silence and coort;"

Joe
I am the walrus comes out 1967 see what else with your own eye.
The Krugerrand (Afrikaans pronunciation: [ˈkryxərˌrɐnt]; English /ˈkruːɡəˌrænd/ or /ˈkruːɡəˌrɑːnd/[1]) is a South African gold coin,

****first minted in 1967 to help market South African gold and produced by the South African Mint. By 1980 the Krugerrand accounted for 90% of the global gold coin market. The name itself is a compound of "Kruger" (the man depicted on the obverse) and "rand", the South African unit of currency. During the 1970s and 1980s some Western countries forbade import of the Krugerrand because of its association with the apartheid government of South Africa. The Krugerrand today is a popular coin among collectors.[2]

Despite the coin's legal tender status, economic sanctions against South Africa for its policy of apartheid made the Krugerrand an illegal import in many Western countries during the 1970s and 1980s. These sanctions ended when South Africa abandoned apartheid in 1994.[4][5][6]
By 1980 the Krugerrand accounted for 90% of the global gold coin market.[7] That year South Africa introduced three smaller coins with a half ounce, quarter ounce, and tenth ounce of gold.[8]
Krugerrand coins containing 46 million ounces of gold have been sold.[9]

This huge success of the Krugerrand encouraged other gold-producing countries to mint and issue gold bullion coins of their own, including the Canadian Gold Maple Leaf in 1979, the Australian Nugget in 1981, the Chinese Gold Panda in 1982, the American Gold Eagle in 1986, and the British Britannia coin in 1987. why, just these countries??

The coin is so named because the obverse, designed by Otto Schultz,[12] bears the face of Boer statesman Paul Kruger, four-term president of the old South African Republic. The reverse depicts a springbok, one of the national symbols of South Africa. The image was designed by Coert Steynberg, and was previously used on the reverse of the earlier South African five shilling coin. The name "South Africa" and the gold content are inscribed in both Afrikaans and English (as can be seen on the pictures of the coin).

see how they fly?
The old roundel of the South African Air Force
 
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lorenhough

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yHi Joe

Joyce’s passage has not been understood. In this section of the book he is describing the crimes and falsehoods of the Gospels writers. In the passage the woman receives a missive that is eschatological. In other words, the apocalypse will now occur. She is afraid and goes to her knees where she sees the end of the Holy Roman Empire - i.e. the Hapburgs/Flavian religion . Which is the same thing to Joyce as the return of the unkillable ‘Kong Gander’ King – the king (Messiah) of the OT - or the ‘toucher of David’. The returned king holds a clock to indicate that time is up. The woman is a pig – (sowbelly or Christian) who is reduced to obedience upon seeing the real messiah.

In Joyce’s passage ‘Goo goo goosth’ is a description of the returned ghost/messiah. The author of Walrus is using it both in this context and I suspect also as the sound the frightened sowbelly/pigs make during the Apocalypse.

**'describing the crimes and falsehoods of the Gospels writers!'

"cramp for Hemself and Co, Esquara, or them four hoarsemen on
their apolkaloops, Norreys, Soothbys, Yates and Welks, and,
galorybit of the sanes in hevel, there was a crick up the stirkiss[=cramp for Hemself and Co, Esquara, four hoarsemen=Ex 14.9 chariots of pharaoh and his company of Esquara=shields hoarsmen; galorybit = Jas: 3.3 we put bits in the horses mouths, hevel = heaven crick up the staircase to heaven; hevel = evil?

the sanes in hevel = as it is in heaven; the lords prayer.
Context
Abishag Cares for David kings 1:1
1Now King David was old, advanced in age; and they covered him with clothes, but he could not keep warm. 2So his servants said to him, "Let them seek a young virgin[pig] for my lord the king, and let her attend the king and become his nurse; and let her lie in your bosom, that my lord the king may keep warm."…pigs sow will will nurse and let you lie in her bosom and keep the king warm'

Goo goo goosth’could be the king calling the mother Mary to let him feed on her a form of eating your mother not virgin Mary pig; may not be a cry, but a call to mother him depending on pitch and intensity.

the same time that they are thinking about and making walrus there thinking and making fukushima.

hope this helps

Loren
 
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lorenhough

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Joe Atwill, post: 1631, member: 9"]Loren

Think you have figured it out. Freaking brilliant.

Joyce often used animal sounds as speech in his weird prose. below is a passage where he used known cat sounds. Thus, it seems clear where goo goo comes from. Fleeing boars.

gurrhr

cat vocalization, as used in James Joyce's Ulysses More cat sounds

Thanks,
King Bladud

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The year is 863BC. Bladud, King of the Britons and father of the unfortunate King Lear who was immortalised by Shakespeare, had spent much of his youth studying in Athens where he contracted leprosy.
Returning home and realising that an imperfect prince could not inherit the throne, he left the royal palace in disguise to take a job as a swineherd in an "untravell'd part of the country".
This was certainly the Avon Valley, and may well have been the area we know today as Keynsham - remembering that this was more than 1,000 years before the Romans built villas in Keynsham and a full 1,500 years before the Saxons came to Bath.

As Bladud drove his pigs in search of acorns he crossed the River Avon at shallows north of Saltford - at a place which subsequently took its name from the legend - Swineford.

The rest of the story is famous. Bladud's pigs also contracted his disease but were cured when they rolled in the hot mud around Bath's springs.
Observing the miracle, Bladud also bathed in the hot murky water and he too was cured.
Returning home in triumph he went on to become King. In gratitude for his cure, Bladud founded a city at Bath and dedicated its curative powers to the Celtic goddess Sul and 900 years later the Romans called the city Aquae Sulis - the Waters of Sul.
Coins like the ones above (click coins to see larger image) are in the archives of the Roman Baths – they are farthing-size. There is also an interesting display of Bladud images in a side room of the Pump Room.
There is a life-size stone statue of King Bladud - see picture on right - in storage in the Council's care. It is finally to be placed on public display again - in Parade Gardens. And next to it, one of our pigs, carved out of Bath Stone! This is due to happen in Open Heritage Week, at Half Term at the end of October 2009.
Update: We did it! King Bladud's now in Parade Gardens -
and our pig next to him!

A wonderful book by Moyra Caldecott – The Winged Man – early in 2008. It's a fictional account of what Bladud's life might have been like, based on thorough research of those times and other works. It has this well-known face from the Roman Baths on the cover – which many people believe also pictures Bladud.
Many places in Bath are named after Bladud – there's for example Bladud Buildings, just off Broad Street, and the Bladud's Head, a pub in Larkhall'
 

lorenhough

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mudcat.org: Lyr Req: King Lear (Con O'Driscoll)

George Bernard Shaw wrote, "No man will ever write a better tragedy than Lear".[3]

Lyrics and info for King Lear ... Con has written a number of very funny songs. ... The tune is "tatterjack Walsh" or "The Price of my pig", methinks!

PRICE OF MY PIG - It is sung to the melody of "Tatter Jack Walsh,"

In the year twenty nine when the weather was fine
I first made me way to the sweet fair of Trim
For to sell a fine swine it was my design
She was plump fat and fair and complete in each limb
This pig was as mild as a lamb or a child
You could whip her all over the world with a twig
And the truth for to tell, I sold her quite well
Two pounds ten was the price that I got for my pig
I slapped the cash to me thigh saying "I'll drink by and by"
Down the street I did fly, like a sporting young buck
When a handsome young dame who belonged to the game
She right up to me came to be sure for good luck
She gave me a wink to go in for a drink
Inveigled me up to dance Hennessy's Jig
Twas at the wheel round she slipped her hand down
And then left me quite scarce of the price of my pig!
Like a man in despair when I missed me fair share
I went tearing me hair seeking her up and down
Every corner and lane I did search out in vain
But a sprig of this dame sure could never be found
Meet her well I will or I surely will kill
This I swear by the hair on Lord Norbury's wig
Till the day that I die my revenge I will try
On the dame that did rob me the price of me pig
On to Navan next day sure I then took me way
For I heard people say that this dame had been seen
But when I got there, having some time to spare
I wetted me care with a drop of poteen
The first to come in, it was Tatterjack Flynn
And we danced a few steps of a nice double jig
Thinking, aye, be-and-by that I'd soon set me eye
On the dame that did rob me the price of me pig
Oh by Tara by Skreen, by the Bog of Armeen
By John Paddy McGee by the high Hill of Howth
By the Church, by the bell , by the great Book of Kells
Fort to swear anymore, do you know that I'm loath!
If the Lord of Mayo he but heard of me woe
I'm sure he would come in a chaise or a gig
And he'd search the land round till this dame would be found
And be clattered in pound for the price of me pig
Now that it's so, its homeward I'll go
My shuttle I'll throw and from drink I'll refrain
I'll stick to me loom while my youth is in bloom
And I'll never be caught by a strumpet again
Sincerely I swear and I swear I'm sincere
Not a week will go by or a month or a year
That upon that transaction I'll have satisfaction
All on that bad action that lost me me pig!
 
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lorenhough

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http://mannaismayaadventure.com/2011/04/17/dani-people/

Grooming sacrificial pig; the rural slaughter of pigs by the men raise a great shout to placate the ghosts of the pigs; the ears are then roosted and eaten while the tails are made into neck ornaments and worn as tal-is-mans;

domestication {6000_bc?north Thailand?}and mythologies of Swine;

The Dani were only discovered in the summer of 1938. They did not come in contact with other people on account of the fact that the highlands had 150 miles of virtually unpassable territory and there was no available food for explorers to eat on the way. They were discovered only after the advent of flight.

They are one of the most populous tribes in the highlands, and are found spread out through the highlands.
Culture
Sweet potatoes are important in their local culture, being the most important tool used in bartering, especially in dowries. Likewise pigsfeasts are extremely important to celebrate events communally, the success of a feast, and that of a village “Big Man” (man of influence) or organiser, is often gauged by the number of pigs slaughtered. Man of the traditional, Dani tribe, from Lembah Baliem wears a nose piercing made from boar tusk on October 10, 2009 in Wamena, West Papua, Indonesia. The primitive tribe still live a very traditional existence due to the remoteness of their location, only reachable by plane.



Ceremonies celebrated in the olden times

During war time in olden days, there were ceremonies in celebrating the death of an enemy or funerals for people killed by the enemy. At the cremation ceremony for someone killed in battle, one or two fingers of several girls would be chopped off as sacrifices to the ghost of the dead person. The mutilated hands of women can still be seen in Dani villages nowadays, despite the fact that missionaries tried to purge them of this custom.



However, for men, they might chop off their own fingers or cut off the tips of their

**'ears', but these actions were signs of personal sacrifice and mourning.

Funeral ceremonies as well as wedding ceremonies continued at intervals after the main event.

Both were concluded in the great pig feast held every four to six years, in which the entire alliance participated.

when their relative die, the women will dye their face with Mud. As shown like a pig


Jane Harrison has suggested the women's festival "of immemorial antiquity" the Thesmophoria pig sacrificed in memory of the abduction of phersephoe and her mother Demeter the woman eat swine's flesh "must have been a solemn sacrament of communion the worshippers partaking of the body of the god"
Nut (goddess) - Wikipedia,

... suckling many piglets ... Nut, being the sky goddess, plays the big role in the Book of Nut. The text also tells about various other sky and earth deities, ...

Ancient Greece - Neolithic Period


NEOLITHIC PERIOD (6000 ... These people introduced pottery and animal husbandry in Greece. ... The Neolithic Greece people can be said as the first 'farmers' and ...
 
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