Hi human. I can see that you have a pure heart. Your guardian angel is not here, so I shall try to protect you from Count Pigula while you are here. Of course, if you come to visit our lands, at The World Of Sus Scrofas I will have help from our other citizens. It's not easy being a Foreign Ambassador! Especially when pigs like this broomrider live there, too!
|This past year the Star Courier has celebrated heroes and the good news in the communities we serve. We have united with various groups to develop solutions to problems facing all of us. For more than 100 years we have informed our readers of all that has happened around us. We all have dreams for our community, dreams that anything can be accomplished if we all join together in creating solutions to problems thought to be unsolvable. We have chosen a mascot to represent this "possibility thinking". When someone feels a situation is too big a problem or the solution is out of reach, they often say "That will be the day when pigs fly." Hence, here in Hog Capital County, we have chosen a flying pig as our champion of dreams.|
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|The Flying Pigs have recently played surprise, unannounced night club appearances, under the
name "The Flying Pigs", so be prepared for the unexpected.
Please send any comments, reviews, checks, photos, etc. to:
Flying Pigs/P.J. O'Connell P.O. BOX 61099 Durham, N.C. 27715-1099
Fri, 13 Feb 1998 18:09:34 -0500
| PINK FLOYD - ANIMALS|
Release Date: 1993
Release Information: This album was produced by the Center of rock'n'roll congregations of united Evangelist-Lutheran churches of Russia, St. Petersburg.
Front Cover: black band across the top with the words Pink Floyd Animals (in English and in Russian underneath). In the top right corner is the AnTrop logo. Under the black band is the picture of Battersea Power Station with the flying pig.
Back Cover: back band across the top with Pink Floyd Animals and song titles on the left in English and on the right in Russian ("Pigs On The Wing" is translated to "Flying Pigs"). Underneath is the picture of Battersea Power Station with the flying pig.