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The meaning of Yabba Dabba Doo.

by Jon Deer
September 3, 2001

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Horoscope for Week of September 2_Jon Deer-The meaning of "Yabba Dabba Doo." Dear Reader: A letter has crossed my desk from "Concerned American" regarding the influence of the mantra "Yabba Dabba Doo" on the youth.

I agree, of course, with everything "Concerned American" says. I just don't see why he is "Concerned." We have finally come to a time of enlightenment in our culture, when people can do anything that feels good, with no one to look down on them. These are our rights, after all.

You will be interested to know that, while there are anachronisms in the "Flintstones," the cartoon does illustrate some of the sophistication of Atlantean culture 150,000 years ago, as my clairvoyant experiences assure me. "The Abba Dabba" is actually a "Father of Fathers," a semi-divine Lord of Atlantis with an extremely long life-span ruling his own progenitors to 20 generations. While many secrets of this office have perished, such as the secret to longevity, many others persist, as does the spiritual office itself, in various ways in different cultures and religions, such as the Pope and the Dalai Lama.

"Yabba Dabba Doo" is a prayer for blessing in the name of the Father of Fathers. Fred belts this out so loudly because he wants to be heard. I'm sure that, whether the script-writers were consciously aware of it or not, they were actually recovering memories from previous lives.

Now, to the horoscopes:

Aries: Good things come to those who wait.

Taurus: He who hesitates is lost.

Gemini: The last shall be first.

Cancer: But the first shall be last.

Leo: A rolling stone gathers no moss.

Virgo: The early bird gets the worm.

Libra: Early to bed, early to rise, makes a person healthy, wealthy, and wise.

Scorpio: There is always hope in tomorrow.

Sagittarius: Life sucks. Then you die.

Capricorn: Every cloud has a silver lining.

Aquarius: She's buying a stairway to Heaven.

Pisces: Go easy on the pepper.

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