Twin Peaks Usenet Archive
Subject: Re :Re: Log Lady Quote
From: email@example.com (C. Kurt Svihla)
Date: 1990-11-16, 07:15
In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>, email@example.com (Kathleen Hunt) writes...
> >From: firstname.lastname@example.org (C. Kurt Svihla)
>> >>... We also know that the log lady's husband died the day after they
>> >>were married. Judging from her apparent age of 60 or so, this would also have
> >*Sixty* or so?? She looks more like 40 to me.
* I know some 40 year-old women - Margaret looks older than that to me. Norma
(Peggy Lipton) is about 40 - do she and Margaret appear to be coeval? I
may have been stretching it a bit to fit my theory, but, hey, even Einstein
fudged a little. Besides, I was referring to the age of the character, not the
actress - I think we can allow for a few years of discrepancy. Sherilyn Fenn
is 25, after all, (I think) and she's playing a character who's all of 17 or 18
I still think there must be a connection between the death of the LLH and BOB.
>> >>... "My husband was a logging man. He met the devil. The devil is fire,
>> >>hidden in smoke." ...
> > ...
> >Just thought I'd mention that the line actually reads:
> >"Fire is the devil, hiding like a coward in the smoke."
> >Better cadence that way, with the strange twist of "coward" thrown in.
> > Jespah
* Thanks for the correction. I was quoting from an imperfect memory, and should
have indicated a paraphrase. - K.
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