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  1. Faelabar   Kazshura
    The title is taken from a page anti-evolution tract published in by F. W. Alden called Jocko-Homo Heavenbound. ("Jocko Homo" being a now obsolete euphemism for "man ape" [2].) The inspiration for the song came directly from the movie Island Of Lost Souls, which is based around the "Island Of Doctor Moreau" story, in which animals are forced into advanced evolution and then begin .
    16.08.2019 Reply
  2. Gojin   Kagashicage
    _jocko_homo_ 5 points 6 points 7 points 4 months ago * While I understand why you feel this way, let's be realistic about this. Who has done more research into what makes the show popular, random person off the internet (you) or the production company trying to make as much money off this show as they can.
    20.08.2019 Reply
  3. Daijas   Sagor
    Jocko Homo means "Monkey Man." Mothersbaugh was a student at Kent State University when a friend gave him a pamphlet called "Jocko Homo, Heaven Bound King of the Apes." It was a religious pamphlet debunking evolution, explaining how absurd the idea was that a man would descend from a monkey.
    16.08.2019 Reply
  4. Jugami   Kazahn
    Devo ‎– Jocko Homo Label: Stiff Records ‎– DEV 1 Format: Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM, Single Sided, White Label Country: UK Released: Genre: Rock. Style: New Wave, Post-Punk. Tracklist. A: Jocko Homo: Notes SIngle-sided white label for A side of debut UK single 5/5(1).
    12.08.2019 Reply
  5. Duzragore   Vudot
    Alden's cover art (above) appeared on the fourth edition and thereafter. Eventually, it would go into ten printings totalling 93, copies, the last being in "Jocko-homo" is a now-archaic term meaning "ape man".
    18.08.2019 Reply
  6. Nikole   Fenrikora
    Devo "Jocko Homo": They tell us that we lost our tails Evolving up from little snails I say it's all just wind in sails.
    11.08.2019 Reply
  7. Dataxe   Zulular
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    17.08.2019 Reply
  8. Meztirisar   Mudal
    "Jocko Homo" is the name of a Devo song (the B side of their first single, "Mongoloid") The hat is a Devo "Energy Dome" hat "Eyes were made for lookin', fists were made for missin'" is a reference to the Devo song "Snowball" ("Eyes were made for looking', Hands were made for holdin', Hearts were made for lovin', Lips were made for kissin', ")Locations: Any location after defeating flock of seagulls.
    12.08.2019 Reply
  9. Fenritilar   Yozshugal
    Feb 17,  · referencing Jocko Homo / Mongoloid, 7", RE, RM, Looks like Warner was incompetent enough to use the album versions of Mongoloid and Jocko Homo, defeating the whole point of this. Reply See 2 replies Notify me 4 Helpful/5().
    19.08.2019 Reply

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