On the White Rabbit Theory

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There are two theories surrounding the creation of good luck for the next month, the Rabbit / Rabbit / Rabbit theory and the competing White Rabbit / White Rabbit / White Rabbit Theory.

Unfortunately for you, the reader, neither theory is confirmed, and only marginally explicated, by these references.

The story: This is the big controversy at the Lab, the theories are not only competing, but also mutually exclusive. Is it good luck to repeat (like a mantra) he phrase Rabbit, Rabbit, Rabbit as your first words on the first day of the month, or (the competing theory) is it good luck to say White Rabbit, White Rabbit, White Rabbit ... And why does anyone care?

Alice finding tiny door behind curtain Alice taking Drink-Me bottle Alice stretched tall Cheshire Cat fading to smile
King and Queen inspecting tart in courtroom
White Rabbit checking watch
Alice finding tiny door behind curtain
Alice taking "Drink Me" bottle
Alice stretched tall
Giant Alice watching Rabbit run away
Alice in pool of tears
Alice with Mouse in pool of tears
Dodo presenting thimble
Mouse telling story to birds and Alice
Alice cramped in Rabbit's house
Alice's hand grabbing at Rabbit
There goes Bill!
Dog looking at tiny Alice
Alice meets the Caterpillar
Father William standing on head
Father William somersaulting in the door
Father William having eaten the goose
Father William balancing eel on nose
Fish and Frog servants
Cook, Duchess, Cheshire Cat, Baby, and Alice
Alice and pig baby
Alice speaks to Cheshire Cat
Cheshire Cat fading to smile
Mad Tea Party
Hatter engaging in rhetoric
Hatter and Hare dunking Dormouse
Two, Five, and Seven painting the rosebush
OFF WITH HER HEAD!
Alice trying to play croquet with flamingo and hedgehog
Executioner argues with King about cutting off Cheshire Cat's head
Alice (with flamingo) chats with the Duchess
Gryphon asleep
Mock Turtle and Gryphon singing to Alice
Mock Turtle and Gryphon demonstrating the Lobster Quadrille to Alice
Lobster primping before a mirror
White Rabbit, dressed as herald, blowing trumpet
Mad Hatter arrives hastily in court to testify
...and just as hastily leaves
Giant Alice upsets the jury (literally)
King reflecting in court
You're nothing but a pack of cards!


As part of Project Gutenberg, the text for "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" was made available electronically to the Internet. This is a copy of that original text:


bullet Chapter I: Down the Rabbit Hole
bullet Chapter II: The Pool of Tears
bullet Chapter III: A Caucus-Race and a Long Tale
bullet Chapter IV: The Rabbit Sends in a Little Bill
bullet Chapter V: Advice from a Caterpillar
bullet Chapter VI: Pig and Pepper
bullet Chapter VII: A Mad Tea-Party
bullet Chapter VIII: The Queen's Croquet-Ground
bullet Chapter IX: The Mock Turtle's Story
bullet Chapter X: The Lobster Quadrille
bullet Chapter XI: Who Stole the Tarts?
bullet Chapter XII : Alice's Evidence

We invite you to vote on where the truth lies: for Rabbit, Rabbit, Rabbit or for White Rabbit, White Rabbit, White Rabbit

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