String Theory in Moora

Or should that be “Moora wormhole”. I heard someone describing Moora once. I think they said that the place was a fucking wormhole, or something… This is an excellent worst from the country via Stirling Idea who also threatens to send some more public sculpture. I love signs like this. I see litter offends, but not a duality of existence. Some sort of Schrodinger’s cat stuff happening. Thanks Stirlo.

Or are you?

Or are you?


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47 Responses to String Theory in Moora

  1. Rolly says:

    Schizophrenia rules! OK?
    Maybe it’s just the place for someone with a doppelganger.


  2. Snuff says:

    Second Life indeed, TLA. Brilliant.

    p.s. It’s less obvious in the close-up, but I’m almost disappointed that nobody’s added skink’s much discussed swingers.


  3. Vic Demised says:

    Bilocation in Moora =double your boredom. Is this an attempt by the Moora Council to double its tourism numbers?


  4. Paul Nurry says:

    At first blush I Paul Nurry CAN be in two places at one time. The sign was obviously, let me say at the outset, designed at first blush for me. No-one is more of an expert at being in two places at one time than I Paul Nurry. My arse might be in Apex Park, while my head could still be rounding the corner of Clinch Street. My body let me say at the outset could be shambling down Seaforth, while in my dreams and fantasies I could be a block away on Cameron Street. Or even Kampala.


  5. forkboy says:

    Nurry…….I could argue with you that there is little difference between omnipotance and impotence.


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  7. Police Monitor Moora brawl.

    The word on the sign has got out.


  8. Frank Calabrese says:

    Police Monitor Moora brawl.

    The word on the sign has got out.

    And acording to the pictures on Ch 7 it was a family fued between 2 indigenous families.

    Though I do love this quote from the Shire President.

    Shire president Sheryl Bryan says the shire has been working with police and the departments of Justice and Housing and Works for some months to quell dispute.

    She says a mediation program is also underway.

    “Didn’t quite work out the first time, but we have attempted and had quite a successful meeting between various parties in Moora late last year and at their request there will be another one in February,” she said.

    I’d be fastracking that meeting if I were her :-)


  9. The sign can’t be helping though


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  12. Bag O'Turnips says:

    Aw good gawd, fucking Moora…my first “true” love (nearly two DECADES ago! Fark! Where, o where, did they time fly?) hailed from this hive of vibrancy. I think she must’ve been on short-term loan to the town, as she was no bumpkin and obviously itched to leave behind the limited prospects of such a town by having a boyfriend (i.e. me) from the Big Smoke. The options there for young ladies are to either marry a farmer’s son, get a local government job or early single motherhood.

    I won’t reveal anymore details to protect the anonymity of those concerned, but all I can is more’s the pity that we didn’t work out, for the was much I really appreciated (well, at least as a seventeen year-old, as I was then!) about her, but it was probably for the best anyways.


    • But could you llove her in two places at the same time as the Moora sign indicates should be possible?


      • Jaidyn-Jaxxon says:

        not… the Back to Back Brownlow?! :O


      • And, what ever happpened to WAtching? Jail? Tapping?


      • Bag O'Turnips says:

        Originally, I met her through her sister, as it was the latter who, at first, was hot for me! But I didn’t get involved with both, yet if was that way inclined, yeah, I could have loved her (with a little help from the younger sis) two times simultaneously. Knowing where one of them would end up years from then, well…I’m sure there could well have been some accommodation.

        Mind does boggle at the prospect. Regrets, no regrets…? Hmm…


        • ronggly says:

          Have you ever been back ? and sat in the corner of the bar at the Palace Hotel, waiting for a glimpse of her…


          • A glimpse of her..?


            • Bag O'Turnips says:

              Last time I drove to Moora, about nine years ago, I made the decision to finally let go and made a little ceremony of it, by putting most of the mementoes into a small bonfire and taking the ashes of those torched items to a favoured spot there, strewn to the earth.

              In the end, it just ashes. Ashes. Burned to almost nothing.


        • Natalia Fan #1 says:

          All a little too elliptical for me to follow Turnips, but particularly puzzled by your statement that “I could have loved her (with a little help from the younger sis) two times simultaneously”.


          • Bag O'Turnips says:

            I have been a bit circular, a touch “Norwegian Wood”-like in an allusive fashion. I was trying to tie in the doubled-up “you are here” in Moora with the romance I had with the older sister of someone I met a fair while ago, of whom both hailed from the selfsame town. I was continuing the dual theme, insomuch as that the younger, who initiated our meeting and who had a bit of a thing for me, but later I was attracted to her older sibling. And I was trying to be subtle in stating that she went on to pursue a vocation in the “entertainment” industry and may have sufficiently broad-minded (or longing) to accommodate me all the while, if I was so inclined, of which I certainly wasn’t. I just don’t want to narrow things down any furtherer, y’know what country towns can be like. I’ll just leave it at there, to keep those concerned reasonably anonymous. That’s all.


  13. Bag O'Turnips says:

    Oops. Not “furtherer”, just “further”.


  14. Search for Puddy’s body approaches Moora wormhole.
    “60 police and volunteers will search a plantation in Dandaragan, 20 kilometres west of Moora, in the state’s wheatbelt.”


  15. Bag O'Turnips says:

    I do sincerely hope that Puddy is not found in two places at once.

    Gives that “you are here” sign a macabre twist, methinks, if that is what eventuates.


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  17. The Legend 101 says:

    The cate doesn’t need a sign because that what you do with Gates are for opening and closing OMG so whats the point of the sign.


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