Indians & Wolves

Hey, it’s 2004’s Crash, back in the nineties! Not really. Well, kind of. What happened, I suspect, was someone got tasked with making this music video for the Judds (see: way below), then heard the line  “tribes of men” in there, then made the old Indians-are-in-tribes, aren’t they?-association, and bam, this video was born in a blaze of glory, up on that same mesa Bon Jovi had their “Blaze of Glory.”

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Werewolves Out in the World, Part XXVI

All good digests must need, finally, draw to a close. Not a sad close, though. Twenty six? I’d have never dreamed there’d be enough of these for twenty six.

And, if you’re starting here and have that desire to click through, here’s the previous twenty five:

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And, let’s start with some decoder-ring fun (if I recall correctly, there was much more decoding in the comments that followed):

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Werewolves Out in the World, Part XXV

Meanwhile, back at the ranch . . .

I plan on never getting tired of using that transition.

Anyway, before getting to all the many and perfect and wonderful pics and words about the yellow book, here’s all-what came before:

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This bounced to me through one of my brothers, who has a friend, who—get this—goes to Milwaukee sometimes, and sees cool stuff like:

While other friends of (my) friends are often cruising the Union Square B&N:

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Werewolves Out in the World, Part XXIV

Wow. Haven’t done this for a couple weeks now, I guess, meaning? I have WAY too many of these for a mere & measly (does that word come from “measley,” as in, ‘one who has the measles?’) single post. So I’ve tried to eyeball what might be the middle-ish, and snipped it off, pushed it forward to what’s going to be part 25, if numbers and sequence and progression don’t fall apart between now and then. Which is completely possible. Could be some, um, person is signing an executive order regarding that right now, even . . .  

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