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Beotower on Bastille Day

Very important San Francisco women worry about the spiritual safety of Sutro Tower. Likely they are good Christian women, afraid the coffers at their Sunday school will shrink to nil as the good news of Sutro Tower becomes universally spread.

Beotower on Bastille Day

A typical Sutroid Towerist practicing the cult's ritual prayer to the television tower, circa 1991. Notice the large salt-water aquarium on the right. Sutroid Towerists were often known for having salt water aquariums at this time in history.

Beotower on Bastille Day

The All-American Dream Girl (under $3 at Walgreen's) fancies herself to be better than the doll whose limbs and head are repeatedly removed for fanciful stop animation. At this juncture, no one might have imagined she was a virgin!

Beotower on Bastille Day

Director Dennis, angry with the role of the whining Juliet, grows blooms around his eye glasses (2005 revision only). Glasses were important in the movie, whether for eyes or holding wine.

Beotower on Bastille Day

Excitement at the sacrificial site with Benja, left, and Sutro Tower, right, before the announcement of licentious sexual activity on the part of The All-American Dream Girl rained on everybody else's parade.

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Rev. 2015