10–3-08 Film Fes­ti­val, Mill Val­ley, CA poster by Alexandra Fischer and Chris Shaw

10/3/08 Moonalice poster by Alexandra Fischer & Chris ShawOcto­ber 3, 2008 Mill Val­ley Film Fes­ti­val
Throck­mor­ton The­ater, Mill Val­ley, California
Moon­al­ice poster by Alexan­dra Fis­cher & Chris Shaw

with spe­cial guests: Bob Weir, Elvin Bishop, Ray Man­zarek, Lydia Pense & Dan Hicks

Accord­ing to Moon­al­ice leg­end, smiles are the most fun­da­men­tal form of human com­mu­ni­ca­tion. Tribe mem­bers smile a lot, thanks both to their upbeat tem­pera­ment and high qual­ity hemp prod­ucts. The tribe didn’t invent smiles and claims no own­er­ship. We bring this up because today is World Smile Day, a mock hol­i­day cre­ated by a guy whose heirs claim own­er­ship. Har­vey Ball invented the smi­ley face in 1963 and got paid $45 for his work. He didn’t copy­right it until 1999, just before he died. The prof­its go to char­ity. His heirs own the copy­right on the smi­ley face and put a lit­tle ® on every­thing they touch, includ­ing the name World Smile Day. We think this is bogus, but we’re going to smile any­way. Why? Because we’re Moon­al­ice. We have an upbeat tem­pera­ment and may or may not have access to high qual­ity hemp products.

Accord­ing to Moon­al­ice leg­end, Octo­ber 3 has played a huge role in the recent his­tory of the tribe. It was on this day in 1955 when Cap­tain Kan­ga­roo debuted on tele­vi­sion. Incred­i­bly, the Mickey Mouse Club began he same day. As you can imag­ine, Mr Green­jeans quickly became an icon to the Moon­al­ice tribe, while Annette Funi­cello became Mous­ke­teer. In 1964, Tribal cui­sine was rev­o­lu­tion­ized by the inven­tion of Buf­falo Wings.


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