Re: NANFA-- the folly of man

Shireen Gonzaga (
Wed, 15 Dec 1999 12:59:44 -0500

Jay DeLong wrote:

> ...
> History shows again and again
> How nature points up the folly of men.
> Godzilla
> Blue Oyster Cult, 1977

Wow! That is so cool. In the original Japanese movies
(post-WW2 era), the Godzilla character was a metaphor
for nature striking back against the destructiveness of
nuclear war. While it may be fun to watch campy footage
of a funny-looking monster stomping cardboard buildings,
there is actually a message behind those ridiculously
hilarious scenes:
Don't mess with nature.

> Godzilla-- the Official NANFA Monster. Rock on.

Will the BOD pass a motion making this official?

- sg

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