Thursday, January 19, 2017

Frank Drake

Kipper Snacks Part 6: 

Speaking of "break" (as in "crunch") and "pirates", note from my recent January 5th post, Cap'n Crunch's Lafitte LaFoote :
Now even though LaFoote has a wiki page, his date of birth and death is incomplete save for the year. In a case like this, the inner twin world expects us to investigate the text in search of the first person to crop up who has their full birth/death info, note the following::
  • Andrew Jackson (March 15, 1767 – June 8, 1845)  
Now interestingly enough, going back to the first post in this series, Kipper Snacks, note this excerpt:
And to boot, Trish MacGregor, who I mention in my previous post, was born on June 7.  Hence generating a "_, June 7, 8(x2), _. Date Sequence" pattern-cluster.   And note the cryptic phrase in his surname re "illing worth"... with "illing" being a cryptic combination of "sick shilling (sick money/greed) worth"... fitting with McScrooge duck in my earlier post today.  My Tou Sense Worth interpretation: what's the point of having money if you aren't alive to spend it... properly ... or otherwise?!  Illingworth's date of birth also stands out, an addition to the earlier cluster in this series:
"March 15, __, 17, 18, 19/ Date Sequence" pattern-cluster
At the bottom of LaFoote's wiki page in the "See Also" section is :
Perusing through the list I come across ... the ONE:
Sir Francis Drake1540–15961563–1596EnglandKnown as "el Draque" (the Dragon), he was an Elisabethan corsair considered a hero in England, but little more than a pirate in Spain.[9][10]
First of all, his name is a cryptic "frank/truth drake".   Note from his wiki page:
Sir Francis Drakevice admiral (c. 1540 – 27 January 1596) 
His date of birth may not seem like much... at least not until you investigate LaFoote's wiki page further ... in which case you'll arrive at:
  • George III (4 June 1738[c] – 29 January 1820) 
And so we have a "January 27, _, 28/ Date Sequence" pattern-cluster.  And then bridging the gap using the formula as per usual, we arrive at:
  • Ulrike Maier (22 October 1967 – 29 January 1994) 
  • Lili St. Cyr (June 3, 1918 – January 29, 1999) 
Well look at that, we now have a "June 3, 4, _, _, 7, 8(x2)/ Date Sequence" pattern-cluster.