Monday, December 22, 2008

Tower of Silence: Lost and Found and Lost Again

Well, I found it, at last, right HERE, ....unfortunately, I can't access it. Sort of like it's adrift in the Superman Phantom Zone. Weird ... @anyway, whatever happened to it, it's contents were erased before being sent into prison/exile. That was some small mercy. I think.

Here's another, later rendition & formatting of the same site:

I've found an echo of that old blog, in it's near=terminal iteration, before it was mysteriously deleted, and all content lost. Take special note of the voice being used there, near the end of it all. I believe it was an adopted tour guide expression; a 'crypt keeper' if ya will. The site linked below hosts a single page, which is like another, separate shard in that same prism-prison,., floating, outside of time and space, around thru the web-o-sphere.... unhinged, and unmanned...

 So's, what happened? -this is the only question remaining to be answered, and full closure can't take place until it is. Whose responsible, if any?? Deep Searching over past hiring and fill-in positers, I do believe we have almost come full-circle, from a time and place 3-or-4 yrs. earlier. 8-9 in real, expanded time. It was:


Feb., of 1999, but maybe 2000.
Yeti 2005 was the Crash
I haven't the day of the week;
 & the temp. brought in
to roll out the latest entry, 
was hired under the placement heading of:

"Kelly hopes to have a career in public relations after graduation and believes her experience at the Series will give her an edge that other new graduates may not have when they enter the job search arena.

'It will certainly give me a greater appreciation of the word, 'work' -- what it means when people gripe about it and when they slough off,' said the perpetually amiable young woman.

Since her internship is unpaid, Kelly also works part-time at a local motel, providing hospitality to weary travelers for an evening or a week, while at the same time trying to ward off those wishing to book rooms by the hour.

What free time she does have is spent with her family or volunteering. Kelly has been on various society committees in W.C., for the past five years, serving as activities coordinator. A new slate of 'Goofy Games' activities is in the planning stages, designed for people from ages 5 to 75. Her initial idea is to organize a game of Twister in a small pool of Jell-O. Great for toddlers and seniors alike!"

She never turned back in the codes, she kept them! And later hacked, to settle a score. Of what kind? I don't even know, now.

I hope this clears up the confusion... of just what on earth happened-- I don't know what i/we were thinking. Interns, what 'R' you gonna do...??

moving in the dark

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