Twin Peaks Usenet Archive
Subject: Re: Major Briggs is Back!
From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Ann Hodgins)
Date: 1991-01-14, 07:45
In article <1991Jan14.email@example.com> firstname.lastname@example.org (Steve Simmons) writes:
> >email@example.com (elizabeth e. leclair) writes:
>> >> When the Major reappeared as a weary aviator, materializing in the
>> >> midst of a blackout and reuniting with his wife-- wow. What a terribly
>> >> human, but at the same time otherworldy scene. Who else besides the
>> >> giant can come and go like that?
Well, creamed corn can come and go like that. So could Jonathan Livingston
Seagull. The recent work of the author who wrote JLS features an aviator
who is also a spiritual leader.
Another oddity. From his garb (leather hat and silk scarf) our crowd guessed
that he was dressed as a WWI aviator. Either he is travelling in time or else
he keeps some old clothes in a closet of the White Lodge.