Visual artist and monkey enthusiast Cary Polkovitz was brought into this world on a day when the sun shone on one side only in the early 1060s. His early life is shrouded in mystery but he has hinted at some height-stunting rituals performed in the deepest parts of the Amazon jungle. He emigrated to the States due to some misunderstanding between himself, the pygmy king of the island of Whappanoi and a goat. Finding himself in the magical land of Brooklyn, he was accepted by the tribal elders who adopted him as one of their own. After his artistic schooling in the Big City, he bid adieu to his former life and left a clone of himself in the north to continue his good works.