Newton was starting to make a pest of himself with his questions about the popular myth that the Face of Everyman knew the location of the fabled Philosopher’s stone.  The venerable sage did indeed possess the skills to transmute base metals into gold but he wasn’t about to share the secret with some simple minded guest at the Foggy Bottoms Resort and Spa.  Besides, his next batch of bullion wasn’t ready.  Hopefully the precious metals market wouldn’t peak before hand.


The Foggy Bottoms Resort and Spa had long been a popular training site for Olympic athletes. Seen above is Boris a world class weightlifter and best choice to take Gold during the games.  Poor ol’ the Face of Everyman; he was always uncomfortable around these bulked up competitors.


An episode of the third season of the popular BBC cooking show was to be taped at the Foggy Bottoms Resort and Spa.  Two celebrated English chefs: Leslie  and Cyril announced that they would prepare an authentic dish from the American South: Brunswick stew.   As if a body of one, the onlookers and quests gasped!  the Face of Everyman obscured in this clip, quickly informed this naive pair that traditional Brunswick stew was made from squirrel, raccoon or opossum.  After a brief huddle, it was decided that Mac & Cheese was today’s authentic dish.