A Step Further

Today the nation honors and reflects upon the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Call me obsessed, but I can’t help but think about how desperately the Buttermilk Mountain cause needs a public figure. I’m not a public speaker by nature so I wouldn’t fit the bill. Then I started thinking to myself, “Jim, sometimes people need more than a cause to really around, something strong and simple that they can stand behind to represent their passion for Buttermilk movement. Something like an icon.”

Its not my favorite chant, but the people have already adopted Buttermilk Is Alive as the mantra. It makes no sense to resists a movement thats already begun. All this effort is missing is an icon.

Readers? Any ideas?


2 Responses to “A Step Further”

  1. 1 my12p0und3r January 21, 2008 at 12:36 pm

    wow… thats a giant leap for mankind. lets rally around the mountain. why don’t you find someone from your merry band of dorks and make rusty your spokesman? he’s perfect for your crackpot schemes. RIDE BUTTERMILK BABY! That’s a mantra to live by!!!! sukkas.

  2. 2 Jess Christin January 25, 2008 at 12:38 pm

    Symbols have always held a great importance in social movements and causes- I think that is a wonderful idea! This would help the cause gain momentum, and possibly further research from scientists and paranormal experts alike, so we can get to the bottom of the matter.

    As for what could represent the phenomena- maybe a simple zigzag, to symbolize the mouth of the treacherous openings on Buttermilk? Just a thought.

    How is everything else going?


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