Kyle: "Hmmm, let's see. How shall I answer this question I've been asked a couple of dozens of times. Ah yes, 1967 is bound to make people go nuts!" *watches the carnage*
Come on people. Nothing to see here. He might as well have said: under the fan, deer meadow, 15, home, blue, far away or 2067. Showtime retweeting is just basic social media PR.
Anyway, just for the heck of it, I'll play along. 1967, grabbed from Reindeer's timeline:
New Orleans D.A. Jim Garrison arrests local businessman Clay Shaw for allegedly conspiring in the JFK assassination. Crisman (w/ whom Shaw allegedly served in the
OSS in WWII) is apparently Shaw's 1
phone call. Crisman is subpoenaed. No charges are brought against Crisman, & Shaw is acquitted.
The Dutchman’s Lodge is demolished.
Dale Cooper's dad has the family walk around the
spruce tree in the front yard because the churches have stolen Christmas.
Cooper is given a Norelco B2000 reel-to-reel tape recorder by his parents. His dad then reads a page from
The Grapes of Wrath
& Christmas is over.
@ 2pm, Cooper ventures out of the house to interview Lewis Nordine;
Lewis’s brother Jim shoots @ him w/ a BB gun.
(As an adult, Lewis joins the USAF.)
@9pm, Cooper resolves to get a battery pack
3pm. Cooper gets 3 batteries from Simms
(sic) Hardware so he can operate the recorder w/o an extension cord.
@ 10pm, Cooper decides he must have a plan for his life now that he has
the recorder, but doesn’t know what it will be.
3am. Cooper has an asthma attack, closes his eyes & pretends to be dead while his mother rubs VapoRub on his chest. His mother tells him a dream she had about being alone in a field when thousands of birds filled the sky & blocked out all light.
—Leland Palmer marries Sarah Novack (21 yrs., per Jacoby’s report)
These beings were said to appear in both male and female forms - 'Joudy' indicated the female, and the male was known as 'Ba'al' -and, while they were considered beyond dangerous individually, if a male and a female ever united while on earth, the ancient texts claimed, their resulting ‘marriage’ would create something far more perilous. As in: the end of the world as we know it. A few centuries later, Ba'al becomes better known, in both Christian and Islamic sources, as 'Beelzebub,' a false god, or, as he's known more generically today, the devil."