Quarantinewhile… Stephen Interprets The Message Of The Mystery Monoliths

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Published on December 4, 2020

Quarantinewhile… Stephen has been tracking the movements of the world’s most mysterious metal pieces since last week’s Mono-Logue and is excited to bring you updates in this new Meanwhile subsegment, Mono-While. #Meanwhile #Quarantinewhile #Monolith

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  • tim morison 1 year ago

    It’s a metal sculpture, not a monolith. A monolith is a geological feature consisting of a single massive stone or rock, such as some mountains, or a single large piece of rock placed as, or within, a monument or building. Erosion usually exposes the geological formations, which are often made of very hard and solid igneous or metamorphic rock.

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  • DuskyPredator 1 year ago

    It is definitely a viral marketing campaign for something. Or I am like that guy in the sci-fi movie who ignores all the obvious signs of something important.

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  • Daniel Anthony 1 year ago

    @Jon Batiste Those books were called “Twist a Plots” and “Choose Your Own Adventure” back in the 80s. I read my first one when I was around 12 (Now 48) and I loved them! “Revenge of the Rainbow Dragons” was the title and I had no problem remembering it. Hope this helps you find the books you’re looking for. Stay You!

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  • Markle2k 1 year ago

    I don’t think that “monolith” fits the design parameters. No way that is 1 x 4 x 9 (and does it expand in higher dimensions?). It was also way too reflective.

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  • HotelPapa100 1 year ago

    Why^s everybody calling these monoliths? They are neither monolithic; they are assembled. They are not liths (stones), they are made of metal. And the form is what you would commonly call a ‘stele’.

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  • Steve Sharp 1 year ago

    John is 100 percent getting those books

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  • Jeannie Helliwell 1 year ago

    God I love John Baptist’s music!

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  • Jane Millington 1 year ago

    Oh, don’t tell them that! They’ll believe it!!

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  • Seetiyan 1 year ago

    To get the major resolution to this phrase, turn to measure 42.
    To get an extended arpeggio, turn to measure 67.
    For just a bit of harmonic dissonance, hinting at a Middle Eastern influence, turn to measure 22.

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  • Erik 1 year ago

    A busted SAAB? Nope, that can’t happen.

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  • Ray Ceeya 1 year ago

    W/R to the Monoliths: December 21st is also winter solstice.

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  • Fiorella Geno 1 year ago

    It’s the dawning of the Age of Aquarius!

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  • Casey Goddard 1 year ago

    Monolith?…more like “poly-liths.”

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  • Richard Richard 1 year ago

    Fuck I hate when you speak to the piano guy

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  • mystery person 1 year ago

    Jon, consider yourself invited to New Orleans by her Patron Goddess. Or, if you rather, shangrila? We have the family books, and pretty sure we adopted you in back in mozart days to help you hear. Steven too, of course! Bring the family! Going to be a weird then fun time! You and Steven could be (are) adopted brothers so.

    Lit talking to the press from the helm of optimus prime right now, so.

    Actually you nailed it, sage. I think we have 200 years of food and water rationed out? Humans and the free will just negotiate the specific resource distribution.

    Hope you enjoyed Ripley’s last show!

    Trust me, it will be gooooood living, or rather, is and the good old flying dutchman could potentially be doing vacations as early as late 2021?

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  • Cifer Null 1 year ago

    The monoliths are aliens’ children arriving early and the people removing them are federal agents putting them in detention facilities.

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  • Gary Hughes 1 year ago

    You missed the opportunity to say “Singing Cher while touching a monolith”

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  • George Graham 1 year ago

    Stevie baby, you’re going to look like a right chump if all that stuff you said about the monoliths turns out to be true.

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  • THOMAS MILLER 1 year ago

    Tickle the ivories.
    made me start playing piano again.

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