The compound is under construction. Gathering enough plywood, galvanized tin and used trailers takes time, not to mention stockpiling all the shotgun ammo, canned goods and bourbon.
A young and dapper Eddie Gein?
Mickey Rooney on acid.
Monkerstein beat me to it-- it looks like Mickey Rooney to me.
It's you Bubs, that's a fez right?
Jay whatever... Dennis the Menace?
Bozo as a young child?
Jin: coldDr MVM, Johnny: slightly warmerSplotchy: tepidDale: not quite as cold as JinW.P.: colder, this clown is not nearly so evilBeckeye: tepidTen: cold
I'm thinking Bugs Bunny.
I tried to google an answer and found this article abstract from Pastoral Psychology journal. (BTW, my guess is Billy Graham but I had been leaning toward Judy Garland)Title: Second thoughts on the minister as a clownHeije Faber -- University of Tilburg, Lindelaan 2, 3951 XT, Maarn, The NetherlandsAbstract The author utilizes Ian T. Ramsey's "model" construct as a vehicle to "disclose" the identity of the minister. Thus he uses the clown to point to the minister's vulnerability, his trust, his integrity, and shows how suffering can have a special relation to the understanding of the presence of God.
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