Once I couldn't even pronounce Quetzalcoatl, but here it's 2009 already and it won't be long now before he makes his grand reappearance. I'm assuming it will be grand anyway, because with a name like that you can't just step off a commercial jetliner and expect to see a guy holding up a sign in the lobby. I don't think it would be much better over the public-address system, either. It's a tough name.
Depending on what you read, Quetzalcoatl will be sullen and angry, or full of lighthearted cheer and ready for a good game of Chess. If you're like me, the idea of watching two people play Chess isn't high on the list of entertaining pastimes, but it might be different if Quetzalcoatl is on one side of the board. I think he'll bring a certain lightheartedness to the game, unless he's in a bad mood. I've seen poor Chess sportsmanship before, and it isn't the sort of thing you'd want your kids to witness.
In the meantime, I think it would be a good idea to brush up on my French. By 2012, I want to be able to have an intelligent conversation with Quetzalcoatl if I see him on the street.