Wednesday, May 30, 2018

Payette vs Pallette (Me Too # : part 9)

Continuing from my previous post, note the following excerpt from the Friar Tuck wiki page:
friar with Robin's band in the historical period of Richard the Lion-Hearted 
  • Richard I (8 September 1157 – 6 April 1199) Dick... ick 
He was actually the first one mentioned... and he’s a “Dick”—  “Dick I”!!  It’s interesting to note that Dick is an addition to the recent “Remove a Letter Makes a Word” pattern-cluster ... as in remove the “D” makes “ick” (exclamation of disgust).... and Tuck is also an addition to the cluster— giving us “uck” !!  Note the following information on 3 others mentioned on the Friar Tuck wiki page who have another connection to “Dick I” above:
  • Eugene William Pallette (July 8, 1889 – September 3, 1954) 
  • Jeffrey Addison "Jeff" Nuttall (8 July 1933 – 4 January 2004)  
  • David Harewood (born 8 December 1965) 
And now note the following information gathered as a result of following leads re the 1958 Merrie Melodies animated short Robin Hood Daffy
Release date(s)
  • March 8, 1958 (U.S.)
  • Abe Levitow (July 2, 1922 – May 8, 1975) (be) animation by
Each have the 8th Day in common... with two that are born on the same day!!   And 6 additions to a recent cluster, with 5 bridging a gap, and so the cluster expands into a :
  • January 8(x3), February 8, March 8(x5), __, May 8, June 8, July 8(x2), August 8, September 8, October 8, __, December 8/ 8th Day, Month Sequence” pattern-cluster. 
Keep in mind that two of the dates — August 8 and January 8 are the Birthdays of my exhusband and stepson.   And don’t forget the cryptic communication in their names ie: Pallette is similar to Payette as per the inner twin worlds strategic design influence.  In an earlier post it was established that Payette is a cryptic “pay little”.  And so now that we know “ette” is “little” all we need to find out is the cryptic meaning behind the prefix of “Pallette”, note the etymology:
  • pall (v.)"become tiresome," 1700, from Middle English pallen "to become faint, fail in strength" (late 14c.), shortened form of appallen "to dismay, fill with horror or disgust" (see appall).
And so we get “disgust/horror/tired little”.  And of course the “disgust” jives with “ick” and “uck”.  Hmmm, pay little/disgust little  —vs— pay big/disgust big!!  And it’s true (generally speaking) that power is addictive and so paving the way for Power abuse, and so in our capitalistic system, the rich tend to get richer and poor get poorer.  

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