Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Moronovian Dialectic

Moronovian Dialectic goes back at least 5,000 years to the time of the Yee Haw Controversy in the Cha Region of the Po Valley. It involved a play of forces, which at first appeared to conflict, but which in fact with a little mediation were able to harmonize in a kind of dance, the Ooo Cha Dance. The Ooo and the Cha worked together, an in and out back and forth up and down foot stomping arm swinging torso swaying celebration.

When Yeeman Jack Noiyeh drowned up Fitz Creek after losing his paddle Haw General Foakheem set up a military barricade at the source and proclaimed exclusive water rights. When asked if all the sea was made of paper and all the sea was ink, if all the trees were bread and cheese, what would they have to drink, General Foakheem said: "Let them drink sand."

Lord Woulabong and his jumping soldiers did battle with General Foakheem and his furious fighters. A lot of blood flowed into Friz Creek for two weeks. In the end, opposing forces decided to share water rights, like they'd done before. After this, the Yee and Haw became friends.

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