GrowlerZone Issue #3

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Issue #3
"Oh no, not again." (Oldold)

In this issue

- - SUGGESTED LISTENING: Growler Radio 23: Glitch - Ever wonder about the cause of deja vu?

- - GRIST: Growler Fred's Identity Crisis

- - AMAZING HUHU FACTS: The Future is Often Revealed By the Past.

- - UNCLE HUHU'S KNOCK-KNOCK CITY: Some More of His Favorites.

- - THE Real GROWLERVILLE REPORTS: More first hand Growlerville News




Glitch is now available:
Scientists are saying that unless all Glitch is removed from our midst, something very destructiv is about to happen in Growlerville. So, for the safety of all, the Huhu Authority is asking citizens to voluntarily turn in any Glitch jewelry they may own.

What are the chances that everyone will cooperate?

Who made those tiny footprints in the bathroom, and why did someone sprinkle Gravity Boost on the stairs? Deja vu plays a role as the kids inadvertently become involved in an organized effort to save Growlerville from an overdose of chaos. But it may already be too late.

Revisits: The Forbidden Zone, Growler Radio 19, and Growler Radio 20

Concept: Deja vu. Distorted, looping time warp.




GRIST: Is It Possible What They Are Saying About Growler Fred?

by QB Snifs

So many people have commented about this that we decided to post it here (tell us what YOU think):


Ruth Snider (MetroParent) claims that the likeness is "too coincidental to be meaningless."

Minnesota Parent says, "Growler Fred bears a striking resemblance to our governor..."

Lynne Raymond (Homeschooling Parent) asks, "Was Growler Fred ever a professional wrestler?"

Don Waters of Techlabs claims, "I noticed that if you play Imposimazoo backwards, you hear a section where someone is clearly repeating, 'Jesse! Jesse! Jesse!'"

Talmida Utland (mom) asks, "Is it just a coincidence that Growler Fred shares Jesse Ventura's hard line? It's not just the voices that seem similar!"





Fact: The past may be our best window into the future.

Prof. QB Snifs accurately predicted the activation of Glitch not by bold experimentation, but by simply studying the historic record.

He noted that the disastrous period in history known as the Legacy of Chaos began exactly 20,000 moons ago today when the government mysteriously shut down.
The last entry in the minutes of the Ancient Huhu Council read: "We spent the entire day voting on the same ruling over and over and over, and though we all knew what was about to happen next, we felt we were prisoners to the experience."

Snifs then looked back another 20,000 moons and found that to be the exact anniversary of the start of another social catastrophe, the Age of Confusion.

The last legible page in the session log of the Parents of Antiquity read:
"The timekeepers wreak havoc as our past became confused with our future, while we are both tiny and huge at the same time."

Snifs reasoned that if Glitch were on a 20,000 moon cycle, both events could be explained by Glitch activation. To confirm his theory, he again looked back another 20,000 moons, but no written records existed.

By researching the prehistoric artifacts database he found a cave painting that met the timing requirement.
It depicts someone walking in a circle, becoming an adult, and then becoming a child, then becoming an adult that is smaller than the child, over and over with different perspectives.

This was the confirming evidence. He immediately notified the Huhu Authority and the Great Glitch Recall was initiated.

 And that's an amazing Huhu Fact!




UNCLE HUHU'S KNOCK-KNOCK CITY : Some of his favorites

Knock knock.
Who's there?
Minviz who?
'Minvizible. Help!

Knock knock.
Who's there?
Justice who?
Ju believe me when I told you about Voice Throw?

Knock knock.
Who's there?
Jano who?
Ja notice how easy it is to get past Security?

Knock knock.
Who's there?
Seagull who?
See gull, see boy.

Knock knock.
Who's there?
Duck who?
Da cuckoo fell out of da clock

Click here for the big collection of knock-knock jokes from Uncle Huhu: More Knocks



Other recommended stories that May Not relate to this issue of GrowlerZone:

GROWLER RADIO 21- Bottomless Bag

Everyone's looking for Grandma Huhu. Students enrolled in Time Manipulation 101 reported her missing when she failed to show for morning lecture.
Their greatest fear is that she might be stuck somewhere unknown in time, which would be a big problem.
But the actual problem is in fact much, much bigger.

When you see butterflies flying into a Bottomless Bag, you probably should investigate. This bag is bigger on the inside than the outside, so it holds a LOT!
The kids get a peek into the past, have a first hand experience with Fast Fingers, and get on the wrong side of Growler Fred.

Concepts: This story is one of 3 (others are Growler Radio 11 & Growler Radio 13) in which the beginning is the end. It is also one of several stories that provide a model for understanding other dimensions.

Revisits: 7 fingered glove (Fast Fingers) and Sooner Or Later from Growler Radio 11.


The Real Growlerville Reports

The Real Growlerville3 : Glitch

A first hand account by investigative journalist, Mr. E

The first substance of recognized value to be taken commercially was a gem called "Glitch." .......many of these miners never returned from the Forbidden Zone.........Read More.