Twin Peaks Usenet Archive
Subject: Re: Lost in those woods and Mystery Man
From: gary@@oak.circa.ufl.edu (Nija/Pwcca/Manitou)
Date: 1990-04-20, 01:43
In article <1990Apr19.email@example.com>, firstname.lastname@example.org (Bruce Bernhardt) writes:
> >Could "lost in those woods tonight" be getting high on cocaine? Since
> >Laura's mother is a psychic, Laura may be somewhat psychic also. This man
> >might come to her in her dreams (which she would be telling the doctor
> >about) or in her cocaine induced altered state. The doctor could be
> >providing her with the drugs as part of her "therapy"; which he told the
> >sheriff her parents didn't know about.
Where do you people come UP with these ideas?? Jeeeez... There always has to
be some complex, hidden meaning...
Considering that the town of Twin Peaks iis SURROUNDED by woods, and that
the boxcar where Laura may have been killed is located right next to them, I
don't see why it would refer to cocaine usage. THat is to oblique, and stretches
things too much.
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There was a beat-up VW van with a "Just Say Sho' To Drugs" bumper sticker
parked next to my ultra-cool black '65 Stingray Corvette with sheepskin seat
covers. I promptly planted a kilo of C-4 underneath its gas tank and once back
on University Avenue, detonated it, reducing the van and everything nearby into
a pile of charred scrap. Nobody parks piece-of-shit cars next to my wheels.