The meaning of time

Stick is back in the Domain to invite Woman-tree for dinner at his home, and have her meet Wand; it gives them a chance to remember the past, and give some meaning to the passing time. Woman-tree: Stick, what a wonderful surprise, are you back ?! Stick: just for an hour, and I already saw Bird who…

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Exchange of news beyond the outer-reaches

Snake tells the Deer that Squirrel said they are gay, and that he himself regularly changes sex. The Deer ask him if he could find radio equipment for Turtles and Dead leaves. Snake: eh, Deer, do you know what Squirrel said to Angel? Deer1: no. Deer2: tell us. Snake: she told him you are gay! Deer1: what ?! But…

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About laws

Turtles and Dead Leaves can finally answer what Goose and Hawk say, and regarding the thirsty pigs business, they stress how important it is to respect laws. Turtles: Dead leaves, today, we’ll finally be able to shut up Goose and Hawk! Dead leaves: Turtles, it’s going to be a delight. Snake has delivered the stuff you ordered, hasn’t he? Turtles: yes,…

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About nudism

Following two BBC articles on nudism (Finland naked swimmers bid for the biggest skinny dip record – http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-40624317,  and No naked dancing, Canada revellers told – http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-40622895), Goose and Falcon reflect on differences between cultures and countries. But first, they talk about the new program by Dead leaves and Turtles. Hawk: Goose, do you get me well? I’m calling…

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Clothes as a social convention

Turtles and Dead Leaves go back to what Goose and Hawk have said about nudism; they explain that clothes are a social convention that defines the values of a given society, and that their rejection aims to create new norms. Turtles: Dead leaves, did you listen to Goose and Hawk lately? Dead leaves: their show about nudism? Turtles: yes, that’s the one. A…

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