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Subject: Re: Cooper's Past: glitch?
From: ekushnir@math.lsa.umich.edu (Eugene Kushnirsky)
Date: 1990-11-07, 15:20
Newsgroups: alt.tv.twin-peaks

In article  jym@remarque.berkeley.edu (Jym Dyer) writes:
>> >> Can someone with tapes or a good memory please verify:
>> >> did Cooper say he was "shot" in Phily, or just "injured"?
> >
> >.-.
> >|A|rgh.  PPPP  III TTTTT TTTTT  SSSS BBBB  U   U RRRR   GGGG H   H
> >`-'      P   P  I    T     T   S     B   B U   U R   R G     H   H
> >         PPPP   I    T     T    SSS  BBBB  U   U RRRR  G  GG HHHHH
> >         P      I    T     T       S B   B U   U R   R G   G H   H
> >         P     III   T     T   SSSS  BBBB   UUU  R   R  GGGG H   H
> >
> >    is where Coop was wounded, not Philadelphia.
> >    <_Jym_> (The Rabid Pittsburgh Native)


Amen.

Can someone please explain to me why poster upon poster has been claiming
that Cooper was shot in Philadelphia? Other than the fact that they are in
the same state and both begin with the letter 'P', the two cities have nothing
in common (For example, one has culture and the other a budget).

And please, please, PLEASE, don't call it "Philly"! Using that word doesn't
make you sound like a Philadelphian. It doesn't make you sound cool. It makes
you sound like a dork.

Philadelphians have aneurisms when they hear people call their city "Philly".
The correct pronunciation is Fluffya. The residents are called Fluffyans.

Anyway, what makes you think Cooper would be shot in Philadelphia? David Lynch
has gone on record saying that the city has forever captured his heart. 
"Philadelphia is where I'd rather be," he said. Or words to that effect.

Eugene (ARRRGGGHHH! Four more years of Casey!) Kushnirsky



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