Twin Peaks Usenet Archive
Subject: Re: Why the killer won't be revealed, maybe
From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Cisco's Buddy)
Date: 1990-05-01, 04:12
In article , email@example.com (Rich Rosen) writes...
}}} Here's something that I think nobody has mentioned...the sheriff's
}}} name is Harry S. Truman. I seem to remember that there was a U.S.
}}} president named Harry S. Truman, sometime in the late 1800's (I
}}} think??). Is this a coincidence or is Lynch trying to tell us something?
}} God help us. I knew the state of American education was dismal, but...
} The very next line from Adam's article said something to the effect
} that "Also significant is the fact that 'Twin Peaks' and 'David Lynch'
} have the same number of letters... well, almost... I think this is VERY
} significant..." Always check that parody bit, you know, before aiming
} and firing. :-)
What I noticed was after these two little bits was "but seriously..."
However, if the Truman bit was meant as a joke, the "sometime in the
late 1800's" part was excessive and unnecessary. If he'd left that out,
I would've taken the remark as a joke.
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