9–7-08 The Pour House, Charleston, SC poster by Dave Hunter

9/7/08 Moonalice poster by Dave HunterSep­tem­ber 7, 2008 The Pour House, Charleston, South Car­olina
Moon­al­ice poster by Dave Hunter

Accord­ing to Moon­al­ice leg­end, the coast of South Car­olina was always a favorite vaca­tion des­ti­na­tion for mem­bers of the tribe. The tribe’s lead­ers, the Moon­ma­mas, loved the beaches and fan­tas­tic weather. But the young men in the tribe embraced the area’s unique attrac­tion: a seem­ingly unlim­ited sup­ply of beau­ti­ful women. The tribal boys were way too shy to say hello, but they con­sumed prodi­gious quan­ti­ties of hemp and enjoyed the spec­tac­u­lar views. For those of you who haven’t noticed, we advise a con­sul­ta­tion with Barry.

Accord­ing to Moon­al­ice leg­end, Sep­tem­ber 7 was a momen­tous day in his­tory. On this day in 1915, the car­toon­ist Johnny Gru­elle received a patent for the Raggedy Ann doll. Because she couldn’t do any, Raggedy Ann saved the tribe from a devo­tion to voodoo. In 1927, the great tribe mem­ber Philo T. Farnsworth invented the first fully elec­tronic tele­vi­sion, with­out which no mem­ber of the tribe could push his or her IQ below room tem­per­a­ture. And in 1936, the patron saint of the Moon­al­ice tribe in Texas, Buddy Holly, was born. Raggedy Ann, Philo Farnsworth and Buddy Holly: a ver­i­ta­ble Mount Rush­more of 20th cen­tury Moon­al­ice tribal legend.

Accord­ing to Moon­al­ice leg­end, when you say Bud, plan to have papers and matches.


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