The Moses frequency

heston Juicy Planet has been receiving slippery but persistent messages from UHF channel 52 on our black & white Panasonic TV, of various clips of Charlton Heston near naked on the beach from the film, The Planet of the Apes. But as it turns out, this scene cannot be found in the actual Hollywood movie! It seemed at first to be Heston in between takes while filming the movie in 1968, but it has now been confirmed that what we are watching is an actual live feed of Heston, enjoying the pretty beach with his empty machine gun.

The original story of human hubris was written by French author Pierre Boulle, in 1963. The Statue of Liberty, which can be seen toppled and eroding in the background in some future, was a gift to the United States from the people of France. In the hope of minimizing the kind of dang regret depicted, Juicy Planet is actively trying to decipher the meaning of these recurring beachfront broadcasts, before the U.S. government strips the juicy public atmosphere of free analog television transmissions and sells the airwaves to corporate bidders on February 17, 2009.planetapes5

Ever the liberator on Earth, whether as Moses, Ben Hur, or Chairman of the National Rifle Association, Heston appears in the transmissions to be the one in need of saving, not from slavery and human greed but from loneliness. We shall watch and wait with our hands raised to see if perhaps the kiss of Zira or some other lovely sane and peaceful creature will make any difference for our protagonist.

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Freedom and Understanding; Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service

mlking-jr-mall.jpgA nation that continues year after year to spend more money on military defense than on programs of social uplift is approaching spiritual doom.” Martin Luther King, Jr.

King was born on January 15th, 1929. He was murdered on April 4, 1968.

This Monday, January 21st, 2008, is a national holiday to recognize the work and the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. But this official recognition had to be fought for by activists for many years. Many U.S. government staff won’t have to work because of this holiday. One way our elected lawmakers can honor King, and the citizens they work for, is by passing legislation that raises the minimum wage, offers health care and college education to all, protects the human rights of its citizens, and keeps guns out of kids hands.

CLICK here to volunteer One Day of Service 2010