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.Of course I didn't know who was "Aount Gemima " so I've googled the name ,and as I couldn't be the trademark for pancakes ,
What do you think ?
Here's Aunt Jemima.
Could the "Virgin Mary " doll be someone else ?
Swaystones, bonjour, tres chere,
.Now I feel that slowly we'll have to call in the advice of the doll creators/ artists themselves. Can we find a way to them?
i asked this (sort of) back on page one, but were all the inflatables inflated at the same time?
the photos of them in daylight show a different configuration than the shots taken during the show.
maybe the dice appeared during a different song
>> a one-armed baby <<
<<it's funny that i hadn't noticed the alarm clock or the (inflatable) cobra,
yep - except that in both photos it sure appears to have two arms (at least the way i'm looking at it).
it's funny that i hadn't noticed the alarm clock or the (inflatable) cobra,
but after reading the quote from Fischer they're suddenly quite visible.
I checked in Mark Fischer's book and here's the quote :
"12 inflatables that could be deployed under 30 seconds.
The bizarre cast included Durga, a Black Friar, Baron Samedi, a goat's head, an alarm clock, Elvis, a cobra, the Madonna, a one-armed baby and various assorted bea