lifeblood: listlogs: 1996-12c


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date:         fri, 13 dec 1996 23:09:39 -0600
reply-to:     margot laidacker <m.l.laidacker@mail.utexas.edu>
sender:       indigo girls mailing list <indigo-girls@netspace.org>
from:         margot laidacker <m.l.laidacker@mail.utexas.edu>
subject:      austin boot?

   does anyone have a copy of the august ig show in austin at the backyard?
i was about 30 min. late for it, so i missed a lot.  but i digress.
   i would be willing to trade some kind person for a boot. :d


later,
margot


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date:         sat, 14 dec 1996 00:52:46 +0000
reply-to:     jen lucero <jlucero@mail.monmouth.com>
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from:         jen lucero <jlucero@mail.monmouth.com>
subject:      looking for demo boots

        hi y'all,

        i have a general request to put out to everyone.  i'm looking for the
following demo tour boots:
                lewiston, ny 8/16
                washington dc 8/18
                austin, tx  8/20
                dallas, tx  8/22


        if anyone has these shows and is interested in trading please email me
privately.

        thanks for reading!!!

                jen

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date:         fri, 13 dec 1996 21:47:51 -0800
reply-to:     "amy j. putnam" <pegasus@crl.com>
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from:         "amy j. putnam" <pegasus@crl.com>
subject:      re: look, ma! igc!
x-to:         "s. lingwood" <lingwood@u.washington.edu>
in-reply-to:  <pine.a41.3.95b.961213125501.51224a-100000@dante06.u.washington.edu>

> for those of you not from around here-), they mentioned driving through
> winthrop. so what should i start humming in my head? yup, you've got it.
> and then it occured to me: winthrop is in eastern washington, with no mass
> bodies of water anywhere near. i even checked the map--pun intended! ha

the song was written in winthrop, mass.  emily mentioned this specfically
at the newport folk festival.  that winthrop is indeed right on the
water.

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amy p.                    \       /     who holds your hand
pegasus@crl.com            \     /      when you're alone
monk@world.std.com          \   /
the original photo monk      \ /                --patty larkin

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date:         sat, 14 dec 1996 02:31:37 +0000
reply-to:     rich benson <cobweb@grove.ufl.edu>
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from:         rich benson <cobweb@grove.ufl.edu>
subject:      re: indigo inquiry

do y'all know how much martin guitars cost?  in the thousands of
dollars......i know........i tried to get my mom to buy one of those for
christmas.......

-rich benson (sbmfc charter member)
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date:         sat, 14 dec 1996 02:21:26 -0500
reply-to:     pjhoopie@aol.com
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from:         pj harris <pjhoopie@aol.com>
subject:      re: look, ma! igc!

<< and then it occured to me: winthrop is in eastern washington, with no mass
bodies of water anywhere near. i even checked the map--pun intended! ha
ha-- just to make sure. yup, it is. so how could "fishermen complain about
the catch [and] talk about tides"?!? is there another winthrop somewhere
that the song was written for? if there is, i guess i can handle it....oh,
well. at least us pnw'ers have "hey kind friend".
  >>

i was so embarrassed at bumbershoot when emily was performing winthrop cause
i yelled when i thought she was talking about winthrop in eastern wa.  of
course it wasnt as loud as i feared and no one was looking at me like i was a
jerk for yelling in the middle of a song.  but if you listen to the boots of
b-shoot and the first time she sings the word winthrop there is this little
noise thats silly me (who was thinking first hey kind friend and now this
maybe they will move here)  oh well nice dream but very short lived.

:*)  pj

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date:         sat, 14 dec 1996 01:18:50 -0900
reply-to:     scott m slone <assms6@uaa.alaska.edu>
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from:         scott m slone <assms6@uaa.alaska.edu>
subject:      guitars...hand picked!

hello all,

        well i will have to say that i am going to bragg!!! hee hee  a
few years ago i went to nashville tennessee.  i was playing with a band
at the time, and i was there to copywrite, and record a song.  while i
was there, i needed to get myself a guitar that really had the sound that
i was looking for....plus i was going to play at the "blue bird" so i
needed a nice looking guitar as well!   i took myself on down to "gruhn
guitars".  while i was there, i rubbed shoulders with john denver..haha
and well....anyways i met him here in alaska a few years back when i was
at my friends house for dinner.  so while i was hanging with him chatting
he told the guy helping him to take me to the back room.  there i was in
shock!  fresh virgin guitars...some not even put together!  so it was
then that i got to pick out my  rosewood and pine guitar.  she cost my
$1,800 with out being put together, and would'nt you know it!  john
picked up the $450.00 to put it together and furnish it.  that is the
best moment i have ever had in my music career, that no longer exsists
due to hearing problems.  how ever i still hold my prised guitar.  bye
the way it is a fender with inlayed mother of pearl, and silver keys.

        i wish that i could go to that christmas party that you all are
having and play some ig's tunes...i have not forgot the count of the beat
to thier music.  currently i have taken up the drums again, i can feel/hear
those much better!   gosh i wish i could still hear those tunes!

bye for now,
scott

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date:         sat, 14 dec 1996 13:16:29 +0000
reply-to:     indigo jo <mts5@aber.ac.uk>
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from:         indigo jo <mts5@aber.ac.uk>
subject:      re: indigo inquiry
x-to:         rich benson <cobweb@grove.ufl.edu>
in-reply-to:  <1.5.4.32.19961214023137.0069c55c@grove.ufl.edu>

on sat, 14 dec 1996, rich benson wrote:

> do y'all know how much martin guitars cost?  in the thousands of
> dollars......i know........i tried to get my mom to buy one of those for
> christmas.......
>

yes and there are *great* guitars which cost far less than that.   try
looking for the lesser-known companies and luthiers, like lowden and t.j.
thompson.   these companies put more into craft and less into cosmetics
(who needs abalone, anyway?).

mat

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date:         sat, 14 dec 1996 10:32:09 est
reply-to:     oh susanna <oh.susanna@dartmouth.edu>
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from:         "susan b. marine" <susan.b.marine@dartmouth.edu>
subject:      newport news (sorta igc)

yo yo yo indigomaniacs

my friend kat on "another list" has informed me that her attempt to make phone
calls to reserve rooms for newport 97 was shocking...several places are already
booked for the festival (8-8 to 8-10-97), including the courtyard marriott
which has water taxi access....

thought y'all might wanna know so you could get on reserving rooms
today...hell, i know its not even 1997 but anal folks are planning!!! don't you
wanna be anal too? <g>

those of you who don't know if you're going, and wouldn't know the nff from
your grandma's bridge club, need not worry. the generous spirit of this list
guarantees crash space for pretty much anyone!

gottago!

susan
ps hey joni and bostonians! how bout those pacers and that last minute buzzer
beater!
i almost wet mysealf...reg-gie, reg-gie,reg-gie.....

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date:         sat, 14 dec 1996 10:37:33 est
reply-to:     tamara mizell <103660.214@compuserve.com>
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from:         tamara mizell <103660.214@compuserve.com>
subject:      on the road to austin??

hi folks!

i've been off of the list for a while and someone told me that the video
compilation tape had been offered.  i was just wondering if it was too late to
jump in and get a copy.  pretty please!!

if anyone knows anything about it, could you please contact me?  i'd appreciate
it very much.

hope everyone has a wonderful weekend!

thanks,
tamara

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date:         sat, 14 dec 1996 17:10:26 +0000
reply-to:     andrew stokell <rbc31@dial.pipex.com>
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from:         andrew stokell <rbc31@dial.pipex.com>
subject:      on the road to austen video - where to get you pal version...

hi euro (and austrlian) ig fans!

i have to admit to my ommission from last post - unless you're all
psychic (and some of you might be!) you don't know where to send the
blank tapes for your copy of on theroad to austen videos, so no sooner
admitted than rectified -

andrew stokell
23 church hill
sherburn-in-elmet
leeds
ls25 6ax
england.

regards

andrew

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date:         sat, 14 dec 1996 12:18:51 -0500
reply-to:     janinsdale@aol.com
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from:         janinsdale@aol.com
subject:      today is amy day!

hello my list buddies,

in response to the pacific northwest party (jealous, very jealous), i would
just like to let you all know that ben and i are having amy day today.  yep,
thats right.  we are going to overdose on videos, cd's, boots pictures, and
yapping about our amy ray!  (dont get upset all of you emily fans, emily day
is next week!!!!)

we'll keep you all updated throughout the day as to what is going on...and if
any of you few arizonans wanna stop by, just let me know...kristen...linda
(maybe you could find out)...everyone is welcome.

happy amy day!

jan  :-)    <----who was just approached on line by a scary man who lives my
me...gotta go now!  argh!  bf, wish you were here.

pss---the sbm fan club is no joke. tshirts are being printed as we speak!  :)

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date:         sat, 14 dec 1996 12:27:30 -0500
reply-to:     christine talbot <talbotc@umich.edu>
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from:         christine talbot <talbotc@umich.edu>
subject:      nigc-help me name my aliens!!

hi everyone!  i haven't posted in a long long while.  y'all just miss my
ramblings about the holocaust.  anyway, *please* help me name my aliens!
all this talk of cat naming and bird naming and dog naming and what-not
made me jealous!  i have aliens in my heater.  it's a radiator and a few
days ago it started squeaking.  they're from another galaxy, i swear.
help me reach out to them in peace and humanity.  please.  i'm counting on
you, my list friends.

sunshine and green things,
chris

p.s.  suggestions will only be considered until 12/16, cause i am going
back to my beloved utah!!!   (where we say craaaaaaanns)!

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date:         sat, 14 dec 1996 09:34:17 -0800
reply-to:     "kim: goddess in her own reality" <rcn@prcn.org>
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from:         "kim: goddess in her own reality" <rcn@prcn.org>
subject:      re: nigc-help me name my aliens!!

at 12:27 pm 12/14/96 -0500, chris wrote:
>hi everyone!  i haven't posted in a long long while.  y'all just miss my
>ramblings about the holocaust.  anyway, *please* help me name my aliens!
how about marvin the martian and mork from ork???:)
"mmmrrrabbit, you are making me very angry!!! i shall have to blast you with
my lazer gun!!!"
"shezzbut"...and stuff...
kim in powell river...:-)
<><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><>
"don't tell me i'm burning the candle
at both ends... tell me where to get
more wax!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!"
-------<justkim>rcn@prcn.org----------
<><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><>

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date:         sat, 14 dec 1996 12:33:10 est
reply-to:     kirsten chevalier <kirsten@spike.wellesley.edu>
sender:       indigo girls mailing list <indigo-girls@netspace.org>
from:         kirsten chevalier <kirsten@spike.wellesley.edu>
subject:      re: nigc-help me name my aliens!!
in-reply-to:  <199612141734.jaa08765@prcn.org>; from "kim: goddess in her own
              reality" at dec 14, 96 9:34 am

> hi everyone!  i haven't posted in a long long while.  y'all just miss my
> ramblings about the holocaust.  anyway, *please* help me name my aliens!
zaphod beeblebrox, slartibartfast, pizpot gargravarr, and ford prefect!
kirsten, who wonders how many people are going to grok this reference

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date:         sat, 14 dec 1996 11:23:32 -0700
reply-to:     verdi@imap2.asu.edu
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from:         verdi@imap2.asu.edu
subject:      re: new thread?
x-to:         katy wischow <indirabbit@aol.com>
in-reply-to:  <961213200427_1154172819@emout12.mail.aol.com>

i love "babe"!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
ben

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date:         sat, 14 dec 1996 11:34:32 -0700
reply-to:     verdi@imap2.asu.edu
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from:         verdi@imap2.asu.edu
subject:      re: amy mellowing???
x-to:         lorinda wright <wright@biodec.wustl.edu>
in-reply-to:  <pine.ult.3.91.961213214150.22661h-100000@biodec.wustl.edu>

then again, what about songs like "cut it out" and "blood quantum"?
they're not exactly the most passive songs in the world. what about that
new little improv she put in the middle of "chickenman"? long live amy's
screaming passion!
ben
ps-  today is amy day for jan and me:) so anyone who wants to fly out to
arizona can come and party:)

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date:         sat, 14 dec 1996 11:40:12 -0700
reply-to:     corinne <corinne@utah-inter.net>
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from:         corinne <corinne@utah-inter.net>
subject:      nigc: name the aliens

chris should name her aliens corinne, mandy, adam, megan, and ani
difranco... because we are the ones who make all the noise when she is on
the phone...  ;)

love y'all

corinne
who shouldn't waste bandwidth, but never who conforms anyway...

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date:         sat, 14 dec 1996 13:09:18 -0600
reply-to:     the zookeeper <meliason@ionet.net>
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from:         the zookeeper <meliason@ionet.net>
subject:      introduction

hello all.  just wanted to post a bit and introduce myself.  my name
is maren and i've been an ig fan since...i guess since the eponymous
album came out.  i quickly had a friend dub *sf* for me after that.
sad to say, i've *never* been to an ig concert.  okay, pick your
chins up off the floor.  unfortunately, i've never had any resource
to tell me where and when the concerts are.  but now i've found
you guys, and i am sooooo happy.  um, do i have to tell you what my
favorite albums/songs are and why?  got any newbie rituals i have to
perform?  well, tell me if you do.  otherwise, i'll just kick back
and observe for a while until i get into the swing of what you do
here.

thanks.

maren

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date:         sat, 14 dec 1996 12:52:49 -0700
reply-to:     sunny <sun@swcp.com>
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from:         sunny <sun@swcp.com>
subject:      video cancer branch change

hey y'all,

   i guess the even day cancer branch for the ig video is not responding.
for those of you who need a contact, you can write to my very good friend
jan.  drop her a line and she'll tell you where to send you blank video and
sase.

write to jan at either address:
janinsdale@aol.com
jsteve@pagenet.com

                                        --sunny

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date:         sat, 14 dec 1996 18:45:49 -0500
reply-to:     audrey beth stein <abstein@force.stwing.upenn.edu>
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from:         audrey beth stein <abstein@force.stwing.upenn.edu>
subject:      a cappella ig mix

|| i hereby volunteer myself to make the a cappella ig covers mix.  since a
|| lot of college folk (source of most a cappella) are going to miss this,
|| i'll repost in january and start putting it together after that.
||
|| here's the deal: if you have an a cappella version of an ig song (this
|| means an actual recorded performance of an actual group which is probably
|| campus-recognized but not funded.  this does *not* mean a recording of
|| yourself singing without guitar in the shower or in the rain, either
|| alone or with susan badass marine ;)   or if you know of an a cappella
|| version of an ig song that you don't own, email me *privately* with as
|| much of the following information as you can muster:
||
|| 1. name of song
|| 2. name of group; where group is from
|| 3. type of group (all-female, coed, college, pro, general style of music,
|| etc)
|| 4. length of song
|| 5. quality of song and group (is this the best group on campus?  have
|| they won awards?  what do *you* think of the song?)
|| 6. way to contact group to get whole album.
||
|| a quick note on #5.....i believe in quality a cappella....i'm not going
|| to automatically exclude anything if you say it's only mediocre, but if
|| there are that many covers out there i'd rather do a shorter better mix
|| than an all-inclusive one with songs that suck.
||
|| if all you know is that some group from brown came to your school three
|| years ago and sang *something* indigo, but you can't remember what....let
|| me know that, and i'll post all such questions to the list in a clump, or
|| try to track it down some other way.
||
|| ....audrey


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date:         sat, 14 dec 1996 18:50:26 -0500
reply-to:     audrey beth stein <abstein@force.stwing.upenn.edu>
sender:       indigo girls mailing list <indigo-girls@netspace.org>
from:         audrey beth stein <abstein@force.stwing.upenn.edu>
subject:      re: nigc-help me name my aliens!!

|| > hi everyone!  i haven't posted in a long long while.  y'all just miss my
|| > ramblings about the holocaust.  anyway, *please* help me name my aliens!
|| zaphod beeblebrox, slartibartfast, pizpot gargravarr, and ford prefect!
|| kirsten, who wonders how many people are going to grok this reference

forty-two people will grok the reference.
....audrey, who is proud of herself for knowing what "grok" means, and
who recommends naming at least one of the radiator aliens harvey, for no
real reason at all.

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date:         sat, 14 dec 1996 15:23:42 -0500
reply-to:     mmedido@aol.com
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subject:      migc-amy and me

in a message dated 96-12-14 13:38:06 est, ben writes:

<<  long live amy's
screaming passion! >>

i was thinkin about amy's passion last night whilst watching
melissa ethridge rock the dome (saw the sonogram btw...very nice)
me has got a voice that doesn't quit and really gives a lot to her
audience, but i just don't quite 'believe' her. i guess it's the old
successful performers dilema....'how do i sing about things that
don't really apply to my life and make it believeable ?'anyway
i like her best when she forgets about making 'moves' and
allows the music to move her ...which happened part of the time.
she was at her best when the music took over.

amy on the other hand is completely believeble...when i watch her sing
i feel as though she really means it...she is raw..open and herself.
when she dances around the stage, she is not dancing for the audience,
she is moving to her own spirit. last night i realized how really special
the indigo girls are !!!

(plus melissa let the audience touch her hair and it scared me.)
my brother says i just haven't been to enough 'rock' shows...they
just like to do that...but i think it's creepy.

love !!!!!
binky

" lately i am feeling trollish and have changed my name from
   crumpet to blisters. blisters - i think it's cute."

(david sedaris, "the santaland diaries")

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subject:      amy mellowing

hey everyone,

i'm totally with dwayne the so-cool gay guy and
lorinda (yay us!  we rule!) here.  amy is definitely
mellowing.  after all, she's gone from "sha-la, sha-la"
in "joking" to "la la la la la" in "shame on you".
what further proof could you need?

:)
sherlyn
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  my plans in pieces, my plans mislaid.
  it's the will of the way, the will of the way,
  the will of the only way that could've brought me here today,
  and it's alright."            - emily saliers

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subject:      re: nigc-help me name my aliens!!

> > hi everyone!  i haven't posted in a long long while.  y'all just miss
my
> > ramblings about the holocaust.  anyway, *please* help me name my
aliens!
> zaphod beeblebrox, slartibartfast, pizpot gargravarr, and ford prefect!
> kirsten, who wonders how many people are going to grok this reference

i'm a froody kinda guy, and i grok it... but ya forgot my favorite:
wowbagger!

peace

carl

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subject:      thelma, louise...girls (nigc)
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on fri, 13 dec 1996, mark anthony donajkowski wrote:

> > what "one person" would that be? weren't they both girls to begin with?
> > please tell me they were both girls, kim in powell river, carolyn in
> > seattle? they were both girls right? thelma, louise...girls.
> >
> > peace, kim, north van who cannot sleep because, weren't they both girls?
> >
> yes kim they were both girls but one of them slept wiht brad pit and they
> both had husbands or boyfriends my suggestion was to turn it around make
> them lesbians hvae a and e play the main roles instead of brad pitt the
> one would sleep with another female etc etc ad infinium
>

hey, did y'all know that when they originally filmed the last scene in
that flick, that susan sarandon leaned over and kissed geena on the lips
right before the big "you know what" (i don't want to ruin the movie for
anyone who hasn't seen it)?  that scene got cut from the released version.

they may have had boyfriends and slept with boys, but (thanks to my
thesis work and the many of the responses from women on this list), thelma
and louise may have later identified as lesbians.  :)  they were dykes by
the end!  :)  hee hee.  wishful thinking.  maybe they should've made the
end scene a dream and then release a sequel where they get married and
have a kid with sperm donated by brad pitt, oh, that's melissa and julie,
sorry.  :)

have a day,

carolyn

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subject:      update:  live from amy day

hello!

well, here we are at amy day...it rocks!

we're eating chips and watching ig...earlier we went to the bookstore to find
the progressive mag, but, no go.  they dont have it.  what is up with that?
anyway, i am going to be evicted because ben keeps insisting on singing at
the top of his lungs...later, we'll light the amy candle and do the holy amy
dance.

will keep you informed...

jan


and now...here is ben:

   hello and salutations from amy day live from jan's house. although it's
only a party of two we sure are rockin' here. but since the cops came and
beat jan up we've had to keep it down.  we will sonn be making amy christmas
ornaments and amy cookies. she is expected to arrive in a short few hours
when we will jam a few ig songs. she said that she has the contract for me to
sing on "map" but i know she'll forget it.....again.
our amy who art in heaven,
ben

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subject:      ig on world cafe... when?

hi folks,

does anyone have the actual date that a&e were on
world cafe recently?  (the show where they did
"get out the map", "blood quantum" & "don't give
that girl a gun", that is).  email me privately, thanks.

happy happy all,
sherlyn

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  my plans in pieces, my plans mislaid.
  it's the will of the way, the will of the way,
  the will of the only way that could've brought me here today,
  and it's alright."            - emily saliers

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subject:      re: nigc-help me name my aliens!!
in-reply-to:  <199612142350.saa01324@force.stwing.upenn.edu> from "audrey beth
              stein" at dec 14, 96 06:50:26 pm

> forty-two people will grok the reference.
> ....audrey, who is proud of herself for knowing what "grok" means, and
> who recommends naming at least one of the radiator aliens harvey, for no
> real reason at all.

perhaps you're thinking of the six-foot invisible rabbit!

as an alternative, i propose frankie and benjy mouse.  after all, are you
sure that mice aren't *really* what's going on? :-)

tom, who's never *actually* seen "i grok spock" written as graffiti.

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subject:      nigc- ani  difranco

hi  all...

just wondering if anyone is gonna go see ani , and joan osborne at the
voter's for choice show in dc on january 18 ...

peace
sasha

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subject:      re: amy day

when's emily day???  there definitely must be one for those of us who adore
emily to pay homage:).  i've always felt so much when e sings, i think she
needs her day too!

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at 05:58 pm 12/14/96 -0800, tom wrote:
>perhaps you're thinking of the six-foot invisible rabbit!
>
>as an alternative, i propose frankie and benjy mouse.  after all, are you
>sure that mice aren't *really* what's going on? :-)
of course they are!!! it's pinky and the brain and they've thought of
another way to rule the earth!!! i'll bet if our chris leans in really
really close + listens really really hard she'll hear a very distinct
"narf!!!" ( it's the truth!!!)
peace all... kim who's tapping to a *very* loud "only joking" ( the upstairs
people are out + i'm partying...:-) )
<><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><>
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at both ends... tell me where to get
more wax!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!"
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subject:      help me!! (i can't sign off -- not much igc -- sorry)

ok, i sent a message to listserve(maybe it's listserv--i'll try
that)@netspace.org that said "signoff indigo-girls" and it was returned
to me.  i hate it when people send messages like this, but i thought i
knew everything and i don't know how to find the faq.

now that that's over with.  i am connected to my school's server long
distance from my house (mom & dad are going to kill me)  i got 246
messages.  now i understand the complaints about bandwidth, but before i
go, i have to tell you about my ig dream.

i had an algebra final @ 8 wednesday morning and i dreamt a & e were
resident assistants in my dorm.  i told e that i had a final @ 8 and
then (thinking i was smart and cool) said, "you know, i spent 4 yrs
prostrate to the higher mind?".  she gave me a weird look and said, "i
know, i wrote the song."  well, i followed her around while she was
doing roomchecks acting like a, well, um, obsessed fan?  i hope that i
wouldn't be that annoying in real life.  man, my brother just read this
and gave me a stupid look--i think he's jealous.  as soon as i figure
out how to sign off, i will be in ig hibernation until january 14.  have
a great xmas and a happy new year!  i am sending out my blank tapes
asap, sorry for the delay, but $ doesn't grow on trees.

amber

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              15, 96 10:59 am

>
> hey everyone,
>
> i'm totally with dwayne the so-cool gay guy and
> lorinda (yay us!  we rule!) here.  amy is definitely
> mellowing.  after all, she's gone from "sha-la, sha-la"
> in "joking" to "la la la la la" in "shame on you".
> what further proof could you need?
isn't that "shine on"? (in joking)
kirsten


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subject:      amy day:  the conclusion

hello

well, the evening is here...and amy day is nearly over.  sad.  its been great
though.  cant really say that i have overdosed though.  i could probably go
on for a few more hours.  the amy cookies came out great.  we even put little
black glasses on some.

anyway, i wish you all could have been here, and as sundara and susan
know...when i win the lottery, we're all going on the road together.  :)
(following the girls, of course)

see you next week during emily day!

love,
jan

and now...ben

  hello all !  alas amy day is finally over. she could only come over for
dinner and jam a few songs. she also forgot my contract, again. oh well!  i
wish you all vould have been there. in a perfect world we would all live in a
ten mile radius of each other. but it isn't and well...we don't.  but i did
get some major boot dubbing in today:) so all and all amy day was a day to
truly remember.
ben

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> corinne
> who shouldn't waste bandwidth, but never who conforms anyway...

ooh, i can feel a flame warcoming on!  beware, all!  please direct future
alien comments in my private direction:
talbotc@umich.edu
sorry to add to the nigc for all the list purists out there!  (and sorry
if this prints out wierd, my modem is doing freaky things.  my god, the
aliens have moved in there, too!)

chris ii, whose holocaust class has caused her to go
schitzophrenic/paranoid.

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hey y'all(we are practicing our southern accents)  this is sundara from
kathy's email.  we are all here at her house having our fun fun fun
party.  pj, betsy, claire, claire's friend kate (a list wannabe)
marianne, kathy, sue, lisa and liz, carolyn, gwen, and jessi are all
here.   we are too cool. neener neener neener.  just kidding.  so far we
have eaten, played and sung indigo girl songs. now we are eating
strawberries and red beans and rice. and doing interpretive michael
jackson and oprah. alright. i'm wearing purple nail polish, and betsy and
pj have their list shirts.  alright.  that's the report.  maybe, we will
write more later.  (can't you just wait)  love, sundara, president of the
sbm fan club.

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hey everyone...

i need to make an apology to my bf...who i would pick up first when we go on
the ig road trip.  andi, you rule!

i wish you call could have been here for amy day.  glad to hear that the pnw
party rocked.

:)

jan-founding member of the sbmfc

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in a message dated 96-12-13 20:19:32 est, twb@zycor.lgc.com (trant batey)
writes:

<<
http://www.sony.dreammedia.com/epiccenter/docs/artistupdate.qry?artistid=83
and got the response below. so, this may be the list your looking for.
  >>

hey, i saw that...and did sign up...then it told me i already existed on the
list....

scary...big brother is watching me....

freak out!

:)
jan

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subject:      favorites correlation?

hi everyone

in my delerious state of studying for my 6 final exams next week (yuck) i
started wondering something instead of concentrating on my phase diagrams.
if this has been brought up before i whole-heartedly apoligize; i haven't
been on the list that long.  (yay newbies!)  and this little "hypothesis" of
mine is only based on 2 people, so it could be way off.

anyway, amy ray is my favorite girl.  and my roommate's favorite is emily.
and whenever we play any of their cd's, i always sing along with amy and she
always sings emily's part.  is it just our own little world, or is there some
actual correlation between what part people sing along with and who they like
best?  just an interesting little point to ponder...

ok then, good night to everyone.  it's too late for me to stay up and try to
be coherent now.  tomorrow i'll learn all about eutectoids (hi miss cac) and
incongruent melting and all that other wonderful stuff that i'm going to have
to know next week.

donna
college of engineering
rutgers university  nj

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--- sasha wrote:

just wondering if anyone is gonna go see ani , and joan osborne at the
voter's for choice show in dc on january 18 ...

peace
sasha
--- end of quoted material ---
hey sasha and ani-lovers everywhere-

there is some debate (on another list) about whether ani is actually playing
this dc show, because she is supposedly set to do several dates in europe and
one of em is on jan 18....you may want to check the righteous babe website and
see what it says

long live ravioli!

susan

" people have trouble with f-words, so if you don't like feminism
  or folk music, fuck it!"

-ani difranco

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at 04:24 am 12/15/96 est, donna wrote:
>is it just our own little world, or is there some
>actual correlation between what part people sing along with and who they like
>best?
>
me thinks it depends on the voice range that you comfortably fall into...
point in case; i absolutely *love* e's lyrics, but inevitably sing along
with amy cause my voice is better suited to her harmonies etc:-) this
confuses me, cause when i first discovered the ig's i thought i was 100% an
e person... but now i think i may swing towards a... aggghhhh!!!! <much
ripping + tearing out of hair> does this make *me* bi-indigo????? i'm so
torn....
peace, kim ( who thinks she should maybe have had more coffee before making
this post...) :-)
<><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><>
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at both ends... tell me where to get
more wax!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!"
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from:         "mrs. dalloway" <benorea@river.it.gvsu.edu>
subject:      nigc: a worthy forward...a worthy forward (fwd)

i got this message at school, checked it out, and it's legit...thought i'd
share...

love aim


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"is this still life all i'm good for too?
there by the window quietly killed for you
and they drive by like insects do
they think they don't know me
they hired a car for you..."
-brett anderson of the london suede-"still life"

"jesus, amy, don't you ever learn?"
-my infinitely-wise 19-year-old brother, nick


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---------- forwarded message ----------
date: sun, 15 dec 1996 10:17:21 -0500 (est)
from: denise stephenson <stephend@river.it.gvsu.edu>
to: jvilla@grove.iup.edu, writers-pad@news.gvsu.edu,
    amanda aguilar <aguilar@unr.edu>, benay blend <blend@alpha.nsula.edu>,
    barb brents <brents@nevada.edu>, maura daly <mfitz@unm.edu>,
    diana filiano <dianaf@ssw.hsc.sunysb.edu>,
    diane freedman <dpf@christa.unh.edu>,
    katherine kremer <kremer@seanet.com>,
    roland musselman <rj.musselman@st.edmond.pvt.k12.ia.us>,
    michelle pierce <chellepoet@aol.com>,
    tom riley <devriley@hcacad.holycross.edu>,
    denise spleas <dspleas@mail.uwc.edu>,
    jim stephenson <stephej9824@uni.edu>
cc: bob mayberry - faculty <mayberrb@river.it.gvsu.edu>
subject: a worthy forward (fwd)

>>>>hi, everyone.
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>houghton mifflin publishing corporation will donate one book to a
>>>>children's hospital for every 25 e-mails they receive.  please
>>>>e-mail them at - -
>>>>
>>>>          share@hmco.com.
>>>>
>>>>i hope you can spare the seconds, and let your friends know.  so
>>>>far they have only received 3,400 messages.  last year they reached
>>>>23,000.
>>>>
>>>>thanks !
>>>>

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date:         sun, 15 dec 1996 12:12:27 -0600
reply-to:     the zookeeper <meliason@ionet.net>
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from:         the zookeeper <meliason@ionet.net>
subject:      re: nigc: a worthy forward...don't mail them!
in-reply-to:  <pine.hpp.3.95.961215125721.10397c-100000@river.it.gvsu.edu>

actually, it *was* legit, but now they are overwhelmed, and they don't
want any more.  i didn't save the message, but on another list
yesterday two different people posted reports that the company can't
handle all the email it's getting because of a little bitty server
or something like that.  their response was "don't worry, the kids
will get their books!!!" or something like that.  so don't mail them,
they don't want you to.

maren e


>>>>>hi, everyone.
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>houghton mifflin publishing corporation will donate one book to a
>>>>>children's hospital for every 25 e-mails they receive.  please
>>>>>e-mail them at - -
>>>>>
>>>>>          share@hmco.com.
>>>>>
>>>>>i hope you can spare the seconds, and let your friends know.  so
>>>>>far they have only received 3,400 messages.  last year they reached
>>>>>23,000.
>>>>>
>>>>>thanks !

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date:         sun, 15 dec 1996 13:42:19 -0500
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from:         michael reynolds <asl@umcs.maine.edu>
subject:      re: ani in dc (nigc)
x-to:         oh.susanna@dartmouth.edu
in-reply-to:  <37140979@dancer.dartmouth.edu> from "susan b. marine" at dec 15,
              96 09:10:48 am

i remember four years ago, the rock for choice show was the day before the
ignaural (sp?) and both the ig and me performed, i think i have a partial
tape actually, but anyway -- the opportunity has arisen that i may, more
than likely, be down in dc for the ceremonies (has anyone heard who is
performing ??? tracy chapman??? please?!?) but if my schedule works out i'd
love to go -- if ani is there cool, but how/when do tixs go on sale??
    and another thing....i was the first fan of sbm,  she got me my ticket to
hampton beach, then fedexed it to me! cool huh?
    of course, if anyone else is thinking of making the trip down, and needs
someone to split gas and tolls, let me know.  i will also be going down to
dc on 1/8 for a rally against the legalization of assisted suicide -- if
anyone wants to meet up, i know dc about as well as i know atlanta -- which
is pretty good, but i know boston better than either of them and know nyc
less than any of them.
struggling through finals
mike r.

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subject:      cds of the year

well, it's that time of year again... time to reflect on the many cds
you've purchased, and separate the wheat from the chaff... here's my best
of list:

1) indigo girls, 1200 curfews. an amazing live double-cd, an obvious
labor of love. includes many songs not found on their cds, and comments
in the liner notes from each of the girls describing the songs or the shows
they came from.

2) ani difranco, dilate. this one's a bit of a departure for ani, with
industrial and hip-hop influences among others, but no less brilliant for
it. the lyrics are as amazing as ever, and the music alternately rocks
hard and swings mellow.

3) aimee mann, i'm with stupid. aimee's one of the best pop songwriters
ever. see her in my artist spotlight at
http://www.clark.net/pub/indigo/music.html for more info.

4) shawn colvin, a few small repairs. long-awaited return to recording her
own songs, and well worth the wait.  some of her best songs are here.

5) september 67, lucky shoe. shannon worrell and kristin asbury are local
(charlottesville, va) artists made good. with backers like dave matthews
and david lowery (cracker), they've finally got this major label release
out. worrell's vocals may remind you of shawn colvin, and the harmonies
with kristin are to die for. quirky electric guitars, unique rhythms, and
great songs differentiate this from other folk-rock fare.

if you're intrigued, search for these on my web site (i don't have sept 67
there yet) or at http://cdnow.com and give them a listen.

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      take the first one of you home/ that does something unique."
                   - ani difranco, "face up and sing"

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date:         sun, 15 dec 1996 13:43:34 -0800
reply-to:     kimberly hobbs <kimlin@vcn.bc.ca>
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from:         kimberly hobbs <kimlin@vcn.bc.ca>
subject:      re: thelma, louise...girls (nigc)
x-to:         carolyn chow <egg@u.washington.edu>
in-reply-to:  <pine.osf.3.95.961214131039.25442a-100000@saul2.u.washington.edu>

hey carolyn thanks for saying more clearly what i was getting at when i
responded to mark's post re: thelma and louise. of course thay were
lesbians, that was the whole point of the story!! regardless of who they
slept with in the film...it was a love story and it was cool and groovy.
kim north van. (who is going to get in shit for wating space but doesn't
care)

on sat, 14 dec 1996, carolyn chow wrote:

mark wrote...about thelma and louise...
> > yes kim they were both girls but one of them slept wiht brad pit and they
> > both had husbands or boyfriends my suggestion was to turn it around make
> > them lesbians hvae a and e play the main roles instead of brad pitt the
> > one would sleep with another female etc etc ad infinium

> and carolyn writes...
> hey, did y'all know that when they originally filmed the last scene in
> that flick, that susan sarandon leaned over and kissed geena on the lips
> right before the big "you know what" (i don't want to ruin the movie for
> anyone who hasn't seen it)?  that scene got cut from the released version.
>
> they may have had boyfriends and slept with boys, but (thanks to my
> thesis work and the many of the responses from women on this list), thelma
> and louise may have later identified as lesbians.  :)  they were dykes by
> the end!  :)  hee hee.  wishful thinking.  maybe they should've made the
> end scene a dream and then release a sequel where they get married and
> have a kid with sperm donated by brad pitt, oh, that's melissa and julie,
> sorry.  :)
>
> have a day,
>
> carolyn
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from:         larissa brown <larissab@earthlink.net>
subject:      re: amy getting tired...

yeah, i totally agree...i think though, that as i have gotten a little
older my poems and other art stuff have gotten meloower too, i think
its not just being wold weary but also having more and different
perspectives on yourself and the world...i love amy all the time, and
i still love her passion, even a little mellowed out.


-larissa

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from:         "elizabeth m. bolles" <wishmonstr@aol.com>
subject:      re: amy mellowing *or* elizabeth babbles in an attempt to put off
              spanish tarea

is amy mellowing?  yes, of course she is . . . but in a good way . . . she
has been for awhile.  example: on nomads you find things like 1*2*3 and
pushing the needle and hand me downs that are real passionate, real intense,
sort of darkish songs.  but then you look at world falls, which isn't like
anything else of hers from nomads or ig . . . then we move on to rites . . .
cedar tree, joking, jonas, even 3 hits; all sort of mellowed . . . i don't
have so (yet), but i've got 4.5 and reunion and touch me fall seem pretty
mellowed from where she stared from (even though tmf has a ton of distortion
. . . and i digress . . .)  and now we look at things like hey kind friend
and don't give that girl a gun . . . so mellow . . . but if you look soley at
the lyrics it's easier to see it's more of a maturing than a negative
regression.  it also seems to me that with every album emily's voice gets
higher . . . whole 'nother e-mail in that one . . . alright, the reason i'm
babbling on like and idiot is because i have a (naive) question and i wanted
to disguise it as something intelligent.  a while back, on that anne of green
gables thread, someone said something like "i don't think they're lesbians,
but they were more than just good friends.  more of a boston relationship."
i guess i'm real innocent and out of it, or something, but what is a boston
relationship?  ohhhh, i'm red with embarrassment . . . i just need to know or
i'll go crazy!  =)  thanks, y'all! =)

-elizabeth, who wants to join the susan b. marine fan club, but is wondering
if she gets a discount on membership dues since she recently bought a crazy
creek at the dartmouth co-op.

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" . . . 'i am green, and you are wood'?  what the hell does that mean?"  my
friend, who is appalled by my taste im music

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date:         mon, 16 dec 1996 14:34:00 -0800
reply-to:     beth stamm <stammb@nventure.com>
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from:         beth stamm <stammb@nventure.com>
subject:      oh no!  not another newbie!!!

hello everyone! my name is andrea and yes, you guessed it, i am a
newcommer to this list.  i am also relatively(sp?) new to the music of
ig (i've been a fan for about 2 years-the first song i heard was "touch
me fall" and that was enough to get me hooked).  i do have all their
epic releases, jsc, and honor, but i am looking to start up a boot
collection.  would anyone with information on where i could score some
'boots please email me *privately* at:  stammb@nventure.com  -i would be
soooo greatful.  i will be happy to pay postage and send blank tapes (of
course).  i could mail those as soon as tomorrow!  one that i'm looking
for in particular is for bumbershoot, just cause i had the honor of
being there (my first ig concert).  i would be indebted forever to those
who respond.  thank you!
andrea
p.s.  i'm still trying to "get a feel" for the list, so i will continue
"lurking" for awhile.

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date:         sun, 15 dec 1996 17:48:56 -0500
reply-to:     galileo <tbranham@richmond.edu>
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from:         galileo <tbranham@richmond.edu>
subject:      songbooks

i know that a while ago someone was asking for the strange fire songbook,
and if there was one.  i knew that there was, but it has been hard to find.
well there is a web site that you can order just about any sheet music or
book that you want.  www.sheet-music.com   try it out for those of you who
have never been there. great site!  well, enough for one post! =)
happy holiday
tucker


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you have to laugh at yourself
because you'd cry your eyes out
if you didn't
---ig
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reply-to:     sharon parker <sparke61@violet.umfacad.maine.edu>
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from:         sharon parker <sparke61@violet.umfacad.maine.edu>
subject:      re: is everyone really silent or is something wrong
x-to:         "jenn. brown" <jennb@owlnet.rice.edu>
in-reply-to:  <pine.sol.3.91.961213102703.25728a-100000@long-eared.owlnet.rice.edu>

on fri, 13 dec 1996, jenn. brown wrote:

> hey--i hate "is anyone out there?" messages but am distrubed at not
> having gotten any email since 3 this morning. if y'all have been chatting
> it up, would someone please email me and let me know?
> thankyouthankyouthankyou :)
>

okay, okay, here we go again...
if you don't get the list for a prolonged   period of time, then don't
panic, just relax...sometimes this happens. if you feel the need to  check
up on it,  find the address of someone who is also on the list and
privately  email him or her. please, do not flood the list with "where is
everyone?" posts...okay?
                 sharon, who does this at least twice every semester

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from:         virginia wolffe <vrgwolf1@mail.airmail.net>
subject:      ig chords

hi ya'll :)
        first lemme say how much i like this list! next, lemme share with
you fellow guitar players that i have found a great sights with ig chords
and the like. many, many songs!!!   enjoy!

http://www.harmony-central.com/guitar/olga/new/indigo_girls.html

these files are free to download for personal study! they have lots of
other artists too!! i can now play lots of ig stuff!! it's great!

peace,
virginia

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reply-to:     beastmom2@aol.com
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from:         beastmom2@aol.com
subject:      damn, i'm good!!!

sorry to waste the bandwidth, y'all, but i just had to gloat.  see, i work
nights at a taco bell (gaaack!), and after we close, we put tapes in the
stereo, and rock out while we clean up.  well, the other night, i put in a
dub of indians, nomads, saints (and a bad dub at that...it cuts out at the
end of the girl with the weight of the world in her hands!!!).  about 5
minutes after i pushed play, i had two of my co-workers humming along, and
kinda fumbling their way through the choruses.  this was about 4 nights ago.
last night, one of the people who was humming and fumbling asked me if i
brought my ig tape with me.  when i said yes, his reaction was "right on!!"

just had to gloat!:)

dawn

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from:         jess <jcantelo@vmsvax.simmons.edu>
subject:      finals...sicg

well, i'm going to come out of lurkdom for a bit to wish everyone good
luck on fianls if they aren't finished yet and congratulations if they
are!! i trying to study for a french final and finding my only solace in
ig.  i actually let my friend borrow rop just to get her through
spanish.  well, i haven't heard anything from anyone today so i just
thought i'd try and post....

back to lurkdom and french,

jess

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from:         tom jobes <tomcat@netcom.com>
subject:      re: favorites correlation?
in-reply-to:  <199612151747.jaa13415@prcn.org> from "kim: goddess in her own
              reality" at dec 15, 96 09:47:23 am

kim: goddess in her own reality wrote:

> does this make *me* bi-indigo????? i'm so torn....

of course it does!  didn't you know that *everyone* is *really*
bi-indigo?  at least a little? :-)

tom, who doesn't *really* think that everyone is bi-(ahem)-indigo, but
     enjoys saying they are.

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from:         donna <donna2@unm.edu>
subject:      "boston marriages" (nigc)
in-reply-to:  <199612152229.raa05720@netspace.org>

elizabeth wrote:
> gables thread, someone said something like "i don't think they're lesbians,
> but they were more than just good friends.  more of a boston relationship."
>  i guess i'm real innocent and out of it, or something, but what is a boston
> relationship?  ohhhh, i'm red with embarrassment . . . i just need to know or
> i'll go crazy!  =)  thanks, y'all! =)

at the risk of sounding like a student who wrote a paper on this very
topic (which i am, and did, but sooooo tired of academics), i'll try and
help so you don't go crazy :)

"the term 'boston marriage' was used in late 19th-century new england to
describe a long-term monogamous relationship between 2 otherwise
unmarried women.... whether these unions sometimes or often included sex
we will never know, but we do know that these women spent their lives
primarily with other women, they gave to other women the bulk of their
energy and attention, and they formed powerful emotional ties with other
women.  if their personalitites could be projected to our times, it is
probable that they would see themselves as 'women-identified women,' ie,
what we would call lesbians, regardless of the level of their sexual
interests."  (from lillian faderman's suprassing the love of men - and i
absolutely refuse anything that more resembles a footnote!)

and just to cloud the issue a bit, see lesbians didn't exist back then...
cause society didn't recognize that women could be sexual without men.
anything like a physical relationship between women was considered
not erotic or "practice" for marriage with a man.

so sarah orne jewett and annie fields were in a boston marriage, but in
the next generation people got clued in that girls could have some fun
together, no more boston marriage, and women like willa cather didn't have
the same freedom in living with her "roommate" of forty years that sarah
and annie had.

gee, this makes me think of a new term for our approaching
millenuim-thing, "hawaii marriage."   hawaii - the marriage/honeymoon
state where girls and girls, boys and boys, or mixed pairs can go to
be legally wed :)

i actually have loads more academic-type references on this topic for anyone
who wants them... email me.

adios y'all,
donna

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from:         donna <donna2@unm.edu>
subject:      pnw list party
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did binky play beauty parlor and cut anyone's hair????

inquiring minds need to know :)

donna

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subject:      the progressive interview

no permission, no footnotes... by robert perkinson

"when bob dole and company rant about the 'cultural elite,' they make the
entertainment industry sound like a bastion of leftwing subversion.  but
while many recording and film personalities are armchair liberals, it is
rare for entertainment stars to become dedicated progressive activists.
two exceptions are emily saliers adn amy ray of the indigo girls, who
have been touring, fundraising, and speaking out on behalf of grassroots
native-american environmentalists for the last several years.

"since arriving on the southern alternative and folk scene in athens,
georgia, eleven years ago, the ig have enjoyed a remarkable successful
career.  they have played more that 1,200 shows in the us and around the
world, received 5 grammy nominations, and sold more than 6 million
records in the us alone.  throughout, they have maintained an intense
connection to their audience.  in recent years, the ig etheral lyrics and
rich harmonies have taken a more 'plugged-in' and politicized turn.  they
call it 'acoustic folk rock with angst' and say their images have become
more crisp and assertive.

"since 1991, the ig have increasingly turned their energies toward
political activism.  in 1995, they completed the 21-stop hte tour, which
raised some $250,000 for grassroots na activists and generated thousands
of letters to public officials.  this summer they produced a benefit cd,
titled honor, which includes new tracks by binnie raitt, bruce cockburn,
john trudell, soul asylum, and the ig themselves.  currently they are
recording their 8th album with epic records and are planing another,
larger befefit tour for indigenous environmentalism next summer.

"i caught up with saliers and ray recently in new york city, where they
were playing a benefit dinner for the hte campaing, the joint project of
several indigenous environmental organizations.  before warming up for
the show, the ig took off the afternoon to talk.

q: how did you become so involved in na and environmental politics?

amy: we've always been political.  we started out early in our career
with environmental causes, doing a lot of greenpeace benefits.  then, in
1991, we took part in a show in nyc, "ban the dam jam."  it was part of a
wide effort to keep new england state from contracting with hydro-quebec,
which was building the james bay hydroelectric project mostly on native
lands.  i didnt' really know winona laduke [the co-chair of the indigenous
women's network] or other native activists at that time who were working
against james bay.  i talked to her at an earth day event later, adn we
decided to put our resources together.  that's when we got more
involved.  emily and i felt that the indigenous environmental movement
was really important becaause its approach was more down our alley,
because it was very grassroots and winning a lot of battles.  we felt it
was important and effective.  but it's hard to break into it.  when we
first started doing environmental work, we were both interested in
indigenous issues, but in the southeast the information wasn't readily
available.

q: have you started making more connections with indigenous communities in
the southeast now?

emily: we'll be doing more of that on the next hte benefit tour.  last
year we concentrated monstly on the west.  we're recording a new album,
and will probably go out in mid or late summer.  it's going to be a tour
with bigger venues this time so we can raise more money.

a: but we don't want to take it out of the grassroots realm into the
'rock-star' realm.

q: is it contradictory trying to launch a national effort on behalf of
grassroots, local environmentalists?

a: on a national level, we've tried to highlight a small number of
issues--winnable issues, which are easy to explain to the press and the
public.  clinton's salvage rider, which allows more logging on native
old-groth forests, is a good example.  on the other hand, all the money
raised goes into a grant foundation that helps regional and local
environmental organizations.  so we're trying to have a national outlook
in a grassroots way, which is difficult, i guess.

e: but it's something the whole country is struggling with--national
vesus local politics.  i think it's important for people to feel
empowered in their local communities.  of course, there's always the
danger of removing federal protections, especially in conservative
states.  but in my heart, idealistically, i believe the best power comes
from local communities.  this is something native activists can teach the
country as a whole.

q: what do you hope to accomplish with the honor cd you've just released?

a: a few thing.  it's an organizing piece.  it's got information about
how to join the hte campaign, about some of the issues, with statistics
about environmental destruction on indigenous lands.  there are
political-action cards to get public pressure going right now.  people
can send postcards right out of the cd urging prdsident clinton to repeal
the salvage rider.  on another level, there is a lot of music on there
that people haven't been exposed to in our peer group.  along with jane
siberry, bruce cockburn, and toad the wet sprocket, we've got
native-american artists like joy harjo and poetic justice, ulali, and
john trudell.  so it's a cultural exchange.  and then we're trying to
raise money.  all of the money goes into the campaign.

q: it seems like you have always made a real effort to help out new
artists, to bring new folk singers on tour, especially women from the
south.  is introducing your audience to native artists a new priority?

e: yeah.  it's the beauty of cultural exchange, the excitement of finding
musicians you weren't aware of and then doing shows together.  so much
of the movement in different native communities is to promote and sustain
the culture, which includes the arts.  so this is one way to help in that
process.  beyond that, it's fun.

a: yeah, it's not real calculated.  i guess it was a point of departure.
it seemed like a good idea to move from just fundraising ot having some
cultural involvement with each other.  in north america, the relationship
between politics and culture is weird.  if you're down in south or
central america, art is a tool of resistance.  neruda, almost any person
you can think of--their art is so political.  people, here are like,
'wow, you're being really political now.'  it's such a big deal.  we
don't say to people that they necessarily have a responsibility to be
political, but it shouldnt' be so unusual.  music is such a good way to
resist.  it keeps you strong, it has dignity.

q: has becoming more politically involved affected your music?

e: i guess i've been writing more politically.  a long time ago, i wrote
some songs that were blatantly political, but not too many.  on the album
we're recording now, i wrote a song that talks about government
repression --the fbi, cia, phone taping, infiltration.  so that's a
definite influence of politics and the hte tour on my writing.  i"ve been
thinkig about what it feel like to have the government in your life all
the time.

a: politics affects everything in your life.  it affects the writing,
your approach to business. you might choose different studios, a
different engineer.  we've always been pretty political in our lives, but
i've become more aware of how to control my money, how to tap into
resources that go along with my values.  we also wrote together for the
first time, the song 'blood quantum' on the honor cd.  it was easy becuse
we were united in the experience.

q:  when i listen to your album 1,200 curfews, which includes live
recordings from concerts over the years, it seems like your music has
become harder, more raw, more angst-ridden maybe.  why is that?

a: you can look at our music and see that we've become more assertive.
it's also confidence adn better song-writing.  our images are cleaner and
more specific.  and when your images become more specific, they become
more graphic.  they're not diluted.  so they seem more aggressive.

e: it's also who we're being influenced by musically at the time.
sometimes i get tired of playing acoustic guitar.  there's a freedom in
rocking out.  when we did buffy sainte-marie's 'bury my heart at wounded
knee,' i loved playing that song.  that's politics and rock and roll, the
marriage.

a: we also came across artists on these tours who influnced uour writing .
i listen to rage against the machine all the time now.  maybe they've
influenced my willingness to be more direct.

q: do you think it's hard to reach people politically when they just come
to be entertained?

e: no, we like to entertain.  we don't have a problem with that.  when
we're doing political work, we advertise it that way.  the hte tour was
advertised very specifically as a benefit; everyone knew where their
money was going.  we also set up table in the venues to people have a
choice.  we don't shove it down people's throats.

a: we keep it pretty separate.  not that our politics aren't part of
everything we do and our organization.  but we have shows that are for
entertainment, even though we have political songs in them.  and then we
have benefits life these.

e: i remember seeing a show by an artist who had become extremely
political when i was really young, and i felt sort of resentful.  i just
wanted to hear to songs.

q: so will your regular tour for this new album not have such a strong
political component?

a: well, the money isnt' benefit money on a regular tour.  that's clear.
but we have tables at all our shows--gun control, gay rights.  we won't
only be in the realm of indigenous environmental work.  so we're not
completely away from it.  but people have a choice: go to the table or
not.  the show is the show.

q: how was the hte tour different?  on those gigs you have music,
political speakers, a slide show.

e: for us the impact of that tour was so profound that i can't even
articulate it.  i mean, the word 'spiritual' had become a cliche now, but
that's what it felt like.  they were more intensely spiritual shows.
they had a deeper impact.  how the audience felt, we can only judge by
what we saw.  people came backstage, saying they had learned form it,
that they were excited, that they were taking the knowledge into their
lives.  it was more that a show, and that was really gratifying.  but for
me, a show where we just play for fun and everyone has a good time has as
much merit.  it's a balance.

q: you also stopped at pine ridge adn other reservation communities.
what was that like?

e: it was great.  the communities were so warm adn welcoming to us.

a: they also fed us.  we went into some pretty poor communities, but they
had feasts for us.  some of those people can't feed themselves soetimes,
so it was really moving to see that kind of giving.  we got more than we
gave.  there's no doubt about that.

q: there has always been a religious or spiritual component ot your
music, with songs like land of canaan, hey jesus and galileo.  has
working with native people changed your sense of spirituality?

a: personally, i've always had trouble with christianity.  i've always
been more nature-oriented.  so for me, the prayers we had before tour
events and the spirtual gathering we went to were really nurturing.
everything became a ritual, everything was thanked properly and given the
value it deserved.  so i came home feeling like i was going to miss
having a community to pray with.  there's something really renewing
there.  i mean there's nothing wrong with the ideal of christianity,
judaism, buddhism, and other major religions.  but everything becomes so
institutionalized, and we forget why we're praying.  we forget what we're
thankful for.  on this tour, you prayed for everything.  it was like, 'do
this, make an offering of tobacco; do this, make an offering of
tobacco.'  it was almost abusrd [laughs].  but it becomes second nature.
if you're thankful, you do it.  and making offerings reminds you to be
thankful for all the gifts.

q: have you had to struggle with being portrayed as new agers, being
accused of appropriating native cultures?

e: no, that hasn't been a problem

a: i mean, sometimes people in the audience have misread our intentions.
they think we need to go to sweatlodges every night and become indians.
but we and the people we work with have a specific purpose.  we're
raising money to give to the indigenous movement.  we're not outside
agitators trying to tell them what to do.

e:  for me the experience has been a beautiful bridge to my own beliefs.
my spirituality is less nature-based than amy's.  you know, i struggle
with christianity, but i go to a church service.  and i sense that in
progressive christian churches there's going to be a return to
environmental concerns.  i think people can take the goodness of the
message and philosophy of native spirituality and remember it in their
own traditions.  for all faiths, the earth is our physical place
in teh universe.  it's a sacred gift.  the problem is that through
colonization adn industrialization we've forgotten that.

q: have you been criticized for not making sexual politics a higher priority?

a:  but we have.  i mean it's not the main thing we do, but we've spoken
out a lot.  we sang at the gay-rights march in dc.  we do gay pride in
atlanta.  so it's not our main thrust, but we're living it.  we're out.
and we've never made any bones about it.  when we signed, the record
company knew we were gay.  and if anybody had a problem with it, they
didn't have to be involved.  i also have an independent production
company where most of the employees are gay.  we give money to aids
research.  we're gay, and we live that way.

e:  but i have a lot of problems with the gay movement.  i don't think
we're all the same just becasue we're gay.  i'm not so sure about the
focus on sexuality.

a: for me it's become really important to immerse the gay politics into
the other work we're doing.  because i think we need to take a holistic
approach.  we need to fight against all the things that colonialism
brought to us--patriarchy, manifest destiny, the church and its
intolerance, adn greed.  i've been reading howard zinn's the people's
history of the united states, and it's remeinded me that we're all
fighting the same thing.  we're all disenfranchised--gays, indigenous
peoples.  i also went to the zapatista conference about globalization and
nafta in mexico this summer.  and they were so great down there about
including gay people in the discourse.  that was a big part of what they
talked about, the unity of disenfranchised groups, how more and more
people are being shoved out.  so when i came back i didn't want to forget
about gay rights.  i think it's just as important as anything else.

q: has there been a political give and take with teh native activists
you're working with?

a: yes.  i know i've gotten an education about indigenous issues, adn
i've given one about gay rights.  those issues have been really buried in
a lot of native communities.  but on tour, everyone made a real point to
include gay issues.  they had to, because just about everyone we brought
on tour was gay.  on the navajo reservation, one elder adn activist told
us a story about the spiritual role of gay people in his community.  that
was important to us, adn to all our lesbian friends who were there to
support us.

e: there's a lot of oppression in their communities, just like ours.  a
lot of homophobia.  part of it is that procreation becomes really
important for communities that are down trodden and have such small
populations.  so people are afraid.  people are also fighting so hard
just for sustenance that i would say gay rights is lower on the list of
priorities.

q: how do you think the progressive movement as a whole ought to
incorporate native-american issues?

e: first of all, peole have to find out what's goin on.  i think some
peole make the mistake of thinking all indians and all indian issues are
the same.  they're not.  so there's a lot to learn about the different
communities and their sturggles.

a: i've always thought large organizations should include indigenous
people on their boards and editorial staffs.  i mean environmental
organizations that don't have indigenious people on the boards--that's
ridiculous.  greenpeace is great because they do.  but others don't.
groups with power should seek to have representation from all
disenfranchised groups--gays, indians, women.  then the organizations can
really represent who they're fighting for.


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date:         mon, 16 dec 1996 01:40:49 -0800
reply-to:     carolyn chow <egg@u.washington.edu>
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from:         carolyn chow <egg@u.washington.edu>
subject:      nigc:  need band de soleil info

hey all,

sorry to waste bandwidth.  i heard a while back that bds is touring up the
east coast, but couldn't find any info on their home page.

does anyone have any idea what their tour schedule is (sarah?!), or if
they are even touring right now?  or was that just a silly rumor?  :)

thanks muchly for any info!

carolyn- who is east coast bound in a couple of days.

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date:         mon, 16 dec 1996 08:49:22 -0500
reply-to:     joanne <indigo@kirk.anderson.edu>
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from:         joanne <indigo@kirk.anderson.edu>
subject:      telluride tree -- november leaves

okay, if you've already contacted me, this is not for you.  sorry. :)

if you have procrastinated this long and still want a boot, i'm afraid i
can't help you anymore.  i'm leaving tomorrow morning for home.  you can try
to contact me, but if you don't get something by tomorrow afternoon and you
*desparately* want a boot, e-mail lisa at

nordeelm@caa.mrs.umn.edu

and she'll tell you who the back up dubber is (hope this is okay, lisa).

i didn't ask lisa if i could do this, so if you write her, be very polite. :)

joanne

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date:         mon, 16 dec 1996 09:34:53 est
reply-to:     "christopher m. becker" <cmbecker@space.mit.edu>
sender:       indigo girls mailing list <indigo-girls@netspace.org>
from:         "christopher m. becker" <cmbecker@space.mit.edu>
subject:      re: a worthy forward....

i hate to piss on everyone's cornflakes, but while this forward was
more worthy than most, this came up on another list i'm on and it
turns out that yet again another corporation has underestimated the
power of the net....

please do not forward the houghton mifflin offer any further!

                                -- chris


> i was wrong - it is legit.
>
> i was right - please don't send them mail.
>
>       -- charles
>
> ------- forwarded message
>
> date: thu, 12 dec 1996 12:37:29 -0500 (est)
> from: erik trimble <trims@media.mit.edu>
> subject: easy way to help sick kids
>
> ok. i used to work in the mis department of houghton mifflin, and still am
> good friends with the upper mis people. in fact i had dinner with them last
> night.
>
> although the promotion is/was real, please don't send them any more
> email. the mail gateway is throttling with the incoming mail - we had a long
> talk last night over how to aleviate this problem. they've gotten alittle
> over 100k messages in 1 week. the mail server is currently a sparc 5 w/ 64mb
> ram and a gigabyte of swap, and is so hosed that they're switching in an
> ultra2 tonight to try to handle the load.
>
> the lesson here is: don't do a marketing ploy without first consulting your
> tech people. apparently, the whole thing was cooked up by one of the
> departments, who neglected to tell mis.
>
> also, for those of you who might possibly work in industry in the future and
> are looking for a way to gather email addresses or do some kind of promotion
> like this, use web hits. the average email coming in to hmco is about 4kb,
> requires disk space, and requires a vfork() of sendmail to deliver. a
> typical http hit runs less than 100bytes, is served by a threaded httpd
> server, and requires very little disk access.
>
> anyway, this is just a note to please spare my friends at hmco. the kids are
> going to get all the donations promised, and my friends have enough
> headaches.
>
> thanks!
>
> --erik
>


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date:         mon, 16 dec 1996 09:58:55 -0500
reply-to:     kristina cizas <kcizas@cgrg.ohio-state.edu>
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from:         kristina cizas <kcizas@cgrg.ohio-state.edu>
subject:      re: nigc: need band de soleil info
x-to:         carolyn chow <egg@u.washington.edu>
in-reply-to:  <pine.osf.3.95.961216013616.25408a-100000@saul4.u.washington.edu>

on mon, 16 dec 1996, carolyn chow wrote:

> sorry to waste bandwidth.  i heard a while back that bds is touring up the
> east coast, but couldn't find any info on their home page.

hope the following is helpful:

---------- forwarded message ----------
date: sat, 14 dec 1996 09:52:27 -0800
from: julie meloni <dmon@hidwater.com>
subject: the official scoop

ok -- told you when i knew for sure, you'd know...

here's the bullet list in no particular order:

* band de soleil for all intents & purposes, no longer exists

* michelle is playing solo

* the band de soleil www site at http://www.hidwater.com/bds/ will continue
to exist as an informational source for a now-defunct band.

* a great deal of the information, plus a lot more mm-specific information,
will be found at a new url, http://www.hidwater.com/mm/ which will be
available sometime next week.

* the bds cd "bird on fire," on velvel records, will still be released in
the spring of '97; sound clips available still on the bds site.

* mm officially owns all the rights to "new experience" and "for you not
them,"  and has re-pressed these cds on her own strange bird label.  she has
also pressed the "christmas in the attic" tape from 1992 into a cd, and that
is also on the strange bird label.

* strange bird records cd, as well as whatever t-shirts she sends us, are
now for sale through hidden water -- http://www.hidwater.com/hworder.html or
1-800-782-1484.  cds are $14, of which mm gets a very large chunk of the
cash.

* if anyone has any questions, we can answer them, and would be glad to
do so.

whew. please pass it on to all those places with people who care about such
things.... :)

thx,
jm

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date:         mon, 16 dec 1996 10:06:31 est
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from:         "christopher m. becker" <cmbecker@space.mit.edu>
subject:      re: thelma, louise...girls (nigc)
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              "kimberly hobbs" at dec 15, 96 1:43 pm

kimberly hobbs wrote:

> of course thay were
> lesbians, that was the whole point of the story!! regardless of who they
> slept with in the film...it was a love story and it was cool and groovy.
> kim north van. (who is going to get in shit for wating space but doesn't
> care)

um... i hate to differ, but the point of the story was definately not
they were lesbians.  i think you got it right the second time, it was
a love story, sexual orientation had nothing to do with it.  for the
record, that's my take on "fried green tomatoes" too.

it was a love story, through trials and tribualtions thelma and louise
came to care very deeply for each other, sharing a friendship of love
that was closer than anything they had experienced prior.  when an
androcentered society would not listen, would not understand, would
not support, they found these things in each other.  and they died
that way.  that is a love story.  a good one too!  although the plots
are different, that's the theme of "fried green tomatoes" as well.

then i hear people ask "so, were they gay?" or just plain assume it.
these people tend to come in two groups (1) gay women and (2) men.
note, these are minorities -- not all gay women and not all men, but i
find it unusual for a straight woman to ask this question.  i hate to
speak in generalities like this so forgive me if this assumption
doesn't apply to you -- thanks.  the gay women tend to claim thelma
and louise as their own, as a "sister."  the men tend to write off t&l
as "man hating dykes" thus making it much easier to deal with the
film.

my question back is, "why does it matter?"  can't two straight women
have a friendship, hold hands (or even kiss), and drive off a cliff
together without having a physical relationship?  can't someone put
honey on a gravestone without having had sex?

these movies were love stories and challenge the viewer to look at
them as such without imposing sexual orientations on the players (sort
of like the music of some musicians we know and love --- i forget
their names =)).  whether or not the leads were gay is an open
question and entirely irrelevant to the film.

                        -- chris


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from:         indigo jo <mts5@aber.ac.uk>
subject:      re: nigc: need band de soleil info
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on mon, 16 dec 1996, kristina cizas wrote:

> * a great deal of the information, plus a lot more mm-specific information,
> will be found at a new url, http://www.hidwater.com/mm/ which will be
> available sometime next week.

the page is already available - just tried it.

incidentally, does anyone have the lyrics to malone's song "hamlet went
swimming"?   i heard it on a boot scott ninnemann did a few months back,
but can't really make out the words.   anyone got them?

mat

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subject:      re: ig pgh boot?

hey all,
a friend of mine was jealous that i received a boot from the 1989 lisner
auditorium show (my first ig concert!) and was curious to know if a boot
exists for her first ig show: sometime in 1989-90 in pittsburgh, pa at the
masonic temple (or something like that, i forget what she told me-- some
medium-sized concert hall).  any thoughts on this?
mv

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subject:      re: video boots

seeing as i've been in the process of moving recently, i missed some digests
and just deleted others (too much to read)... so, was just wondering if i can
still get in on the video boot (i'm a leo) -- could someone e-mail me
privately with details?  thanks,
mv

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--- you wrote:

--thanks to whoever alerted us listees about this article :)
--- end of quoted material ---
aaaaaaarrrrrrgh. that listee just finished typing the article to post, it only
took  her about 12 hours (cause she types with two fingers and has to stop
periodically for a miller lite which improves her overall pecking speed)....

o well, thanks anyhoo gals! :)

your mama wears combat boots like,
susan

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in a message dated 96-12-16 00:27:36 est, donna writes:

<< did binky play beauty parlor and cut anyone's hair????

inquiring minds need to know :) >>

'naw.....we all got to talking and talking and laughing...and forgot ;)
(but we did do a dramatic reading of gwendigo's epic :
" michael jackson is interviewed by oprah winfrey"
>karey "bg" weisman eals as oprah and claire "binky" johnson
as michael "i cried" jackson < )
and we did interprative dances to "down by the river" and r & j.
carolyn rocked everyone with her awsome guitar playing skills.
for part of the evening we gravitated to the computer (go figure...)
and tried to find susan marines phone #
we also built an altar to (...you know who...) and knelt before it in
adoration ;)
kathy and susan were gracious hostesses....it was just lovely !
i highly recomend getting together with fellow listers !!!!!!

happy holidays to all !!!!!!!!

binky boo (p.s. thanks for posting the progressive article donna ! :)

" lately i am feeling trollish and have changed my name from
  crumpet to blisters. blisters - i think it's cute."

(david sedaris, "the santaland diaries")

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at 10:06 am 12/16/96 est, christopher wrote:
>for the
>record, that's my take on "fried green tomatoes" too.
hey chris... you must be commenting on the movie only, cause in the book by
flanny flagg, upon which fgt the movie was based the relationship betwixt
idgie + ruth is *definitely* lesbian...:-)
****warning... the following is only my opinion... it is not a flame... feel
free to leave yer flame retardant internet wear in it's proper position
under yer chair, chris....**********************************************
and about the relevancy of gayness to a film??? see... heterosexuals have
movies + books etc all over the flippin' world to identify with... we gay
folk have very little, and ya know... it's danged tiring to have to "dig dig
dig" all the time for it. it'd be nice not to have to use "gay-dar" and
explore subtleties... but we gots to. maybe in the future there will be
freedom... but there's very little now. so *excuse* us for wondering about
whether or not there was "lesbian feelings" betwixt thelma + louise... i
doubt very much anyone would raise an eyebrow if'n we tossed around the idea
that there were heterosexual feelings between some guy + girl in a film...
peace all... kim ( sort of one leg up, one down, on her soap box...)
<><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><>
"don't tell me i'm burning the candle
at both ends... tell me where to get
more wax!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!"
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subject:      not a newbie, just a lurker. (nigc)

hi ya'll,
    i've been on the list for about 3 months now and have loved the ig since
rop came out (my firs album) my freshman year of high school (?)
unfortunately, i have never seen them live (ahhhhhh!).  anyway, i've posted to
the list a couple of times, but my messages were sent back to me, so i'm going
to try one more time before i have to sign off the list for the holidays.  i'm
a busy, busy college student, but i finished my finals this morning!!!!  yeah!
:)  so, basically i'm just saying hi.
    oh, also if any of ya'll live anywhere near nashville, tn, maybe we could
get together sometime, or mayb i'll just have to drive to atlanta.  anyway, i
live in bethlehem, pa (@ lehigh u.) during the school year.  gotta go, but i'm
going to try to connect back to the list when i get home, if my parents' got
e-mail like they said they would.  i'll be at this @ddress until 12 tomorrow,
so write me if you get a chance!


                                                            love, peace, and
                                                            eternal happiness,

                                                            cathy


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subject:      nigc: t&l, fgt, movies and books

hi folks,

   a few of you have emailed me that in the fgt book the leads were
certainly gay and that in the movie version these were played down.
i've never read the book, so i had no idea about this.  thanks for the
heads up and (as i told a few of you) i intend to read the book,
probably over christmas.

   my comments were about the films, and i do stand by them as far as
the films go.

   the comment was made (regarding thelma and louise) that "of course
thay were lesbians, that was the whole point of the story!!" i still
disagree with this.  it is not the point.  the point is about the
undercurrent of anger among women in a misogyenic society and that
support and hope can be found among each other.  only when power is
obtained this way will society care, and then typically it will show
its concern in the form of a backlash.

   i do not see what sexual preference has to do with this.

   the idea that t&l are gay is not an open or shut case either.
these two women cared and loved each other, but straight women (and
men) do this too.  they may be gay, they may not, but we simply don't
have enough information to make that call (i was trying to think of a
better way to phrase this when i wrote it ... didn't find one).  and
there is no need to decide for the movie to make its point -- it
stands on its own.  one of the reasons i liked the film. =)

                                -- chris

p.s.  for the record, it does bother me that when people see male/female
        friendships which are as close as the one t&l shared they assume
        the couple is involved.  it minimizes the friendship -- "if they
        are that close, they must be going at it?"  please.

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reply-to:     carolyn chow <egg@u.washington.edu>
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from:         carolyn chow <egg@u.washington.edu>
subject:      re: thelma, louise...girls (sigc)
in-reply-to:  <199612161506.kaa07244@netspace.org>

this is the last mass post i'm gonna send regarding this particular
discussion as i realize it has minimal igc.  but, i do think it's
important to voice my 'cultural (not just ethnic)' minority opinion on
this one because the assumptions in cmb's original post have implications
for _human_ identity issues.  (can you all tell that i'm doing my thesis
on this?)  :)

on mon, 16 dec 1996, christopher m. becker wrote:
> and louise as their own, as a "sister."  the men tend to write off t&l
> as "man hating dykes" thus making it much easier to deal with the
> film.

oh okay.  is that why thelma is so happy when she 'finally' has an orgasm
(with a man, i might add)?  then louise tells her that she's "so proud,
you've finally been laid properly."  i don't know any man hater that can
appreciate a good dick.

and, why are lesbians so often assumed to be man haters?  i would argue
that the men who think this are just threatened by the fact that some
woman wouldn't think of having sex with him.  it threatens his potency as
a man so he has to contexualize her as a man hater.  geez.

>
> my question back is, "why does it matter?"  can't two straight women
> have a friendship, hold hands (or even kiss), and drive off a cliff
> together without having a physical relationship?  can't someone put
> honey on a gravestone without having had sex?
>

why do you insist that they be identified as straight?  for as straight as
anyone would like to think that he or she is, sexuality occurs on a
continuum.  it depends on how the individual, through various social
influences and personal choice, decides to express his or her sexuality.
terms such as "straight", "gay", and "lesbian" (the most widely used)
don't adequately describe sexuality because using them as descriptors
treats sexuality as static.  sexuality is not merely about physicality.
two women do not have to have sex with one another to be lesbians.  in
same vain, 2 women who have sex with one another do not necessarily have
to be lesbians.  it really depends on how an individual defines "lesbian"
that determines what s/he thinks of thelma and louise.  why does it bother
you so much that many lesbians and some straights think of t&l as
lesbians?

> these movies were love stories and challenge the viewer to look at
> them as such without imposing sexual orientations on the players (sort
> of like the music of some musicians we know and love --- i forget
> their names =)).  whether or not the leads were gay is an open
> question and entirely irrelevant to the film.
>
>                         -- chris

oh, okay.  what a crassly heterosexist comment.  heterosexuality is
imposed on everyone.  you just don't know it because you've never really
been challenged because heterosexuality is so socially supported and
encouraged.  it's just the 'right' way to be.  we're told that from
everywhere!  so, heterosexuality isn't imposed on you because that's what
makes sense to you.  why do you think non-heterosexuals have such a hard
time coming out to themselves and to others?

finally, some igc.  i do not think amy and emily are 'challenging' us to
view thier music without an imposition of sexuality on them.  thier
positions as lesbians affect the ways in which they see and understand
their worlds.  yes, being lesbians is not the focus of their music, but
their sexuality does affect the ways in which they think about
relationships.  having to struggle with personal issues such as sexuality
forces an individual to think about themselves and their position in the
world vis-a-vis others.  amy and emily are so incredible because they take
nothing for granted.  they strive to understand minority issues because
they can't not.  they are lesbians and they are women.  and through their
music, they have been able to universalize such human struggle by
communicating that love, respect, and understanding are vital aspects of
social cooperation.

sexuality is not a benign aspect of identity.

there, i hope that made sense.  i wasn't trying to flame chris.  actually,
i just want to promote an understanding that we live in a largely
heterosexist culture.  if you are heterosexual,  you can take it for
granted.  i, nor a bunch of people on this list personally, can't.  so
everytime you think sexuality isn't imposed on you, think again.

have a day,

carolyn

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subject:      re: nigc: t&l, fgt, movies and books

ok, i can't sit on this any longer.  i was trying not to comment, because i
don't feel like putting on all that heavy protective gear, but here it goes.
and please no one take offense to any of this...just my opinion!

why does it matter who was with who and in what movie.  if you think they
were gay, then great.  if you think that they were involved in a really good
friendship and that is the extent, then that is fine as well.  everyone may
see these relationships differently.  we all need to respect others
opinions, and not feel like your own opinion should be defended.

anne and diana, who knows, it was a good flick, she married gilbert, maybe
she loved him...maybe she loved diana.

in fgt the book, there was definately more implication of a lesbian
relationship, but hey, it is all in what you get out of it.  in the movie,
that intimate relationship is not really seen except maybe down by the water
on ruth's birthday.

in t & l, well, this one really is just going to have to be your own
personal opinion.

so can't we just agree that everyone has different view points, but that
doesn't make anyone in the wrong.  =)

well, i am going back to packing.  take care everyone and have a great
holiday season. karen, chris, and corinne...i will see you in the new year!
peace everyone! =)
tucker


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subject:      who was looking for pittsburgh boot?

hey, was someone looking for a pittsburgh boot?  i deleted your post but i
may have some interesting info :)

jude :)

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subject:      ...a whole bunch of important stuff....

hey y'all...

okay...a bit to cover with this one...

first, to all those of you who have sent me vhs tapes for "on the road to austin" (which is great, btw sunny), please be patient.  i'm not shirking my duties as a branch, but the video lab that i usually do my copying at closed down a while ago due to a crazy lightning storm, and is taking an unusually looooong time to open back up.  i do have two vcrs, but their connection is really screwy, so i have to go buy a new cord before i start any projects.  sorrysorrysorry.  they will get to you eventually, i promise.

secondly, in light of a recent post that mentioned the lisner aud. boot....who was it that offered this to the list?  because i sent you a tape, and was just wondering about a progress report on that front....

hmmmm...what else?  if you've sent me a blank for the soc compilation within the last week or so, i should be getting them out day after tomorrow, if all goes well.  those who want the las cruces boot are going to have to wait for a bit, because i haven't gotten my copy yet, but it should be coming asap (right carrie?).

and lastly, hi to all of those lucky listees that were at the pnw party.  i was with you in spirit, and at least had a blast obsessing with marianne and sundara the day beforehand. :)

...still mentally dancing barefoot in the mud...
greta

"oh great.  i'm rude, i'm trespassing, and i'm thinking all these un-spiritual thoughts about the guy with the cool hair."  -a. ray

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boy did i start something here or what<g>

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subject:      thanks, cd's,earth jams, etc. sigc

well, i have finally gotten my webpage up, thanks to some wonderful people on
this list who i just love.  i am planning on playing with it for awhile, but
i at least have a clue as to what i'm doing now.  i want to add a lot of
indigo girl quotes over the holidays so if anyone has a particularly good
one-- especially something besides lyrics from a song-- please e-me and i
will include it.
i got my "levees that break my heart" cd today.  i don't have any boots so a
lot of these songs i've never heard before.  i love it so far.  thanks again
to those who posted about this cd coming out.
i found a cd the other day called "deadicated" and it had an ig song on it.
does anyone know if this particualar cd is any good?
another question: (one that i will probably have to repost in the future)
does anyone-- especially atlanta natives-- know when earth jams is this year
and who will be there????  usually it is in april, isn't it?  i know it is
still a few months away, but i'm trying to ask for airplane tickets for
christmas and some dates would be nice...  anyone with details, please,
please, e-me!!
as always,
mic
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subject:      nigc-guitar help/guitar gurus please respond

hey there guitar playing listees!  i need some advice.  after pondering the
question "what do i want for christmas" for the last couple of weeks and
coming up with no good ideas for my parents i have come up with something!
i want a guitar.  i want to pool chrismas money, add some of my own or
whatever and get a guitar.  please tell me i can still learn to play at 25
years of age! (i can play some chords and mess around but i have no idea what
i am doing really!)  so, i figure yes i am a beginner but still want to invest
in a fairly decent guitar that i will be able to enjoy for a long time.  i
went to the music store today and looked around but what should i be looking
for?  i am looking at a 300.00-400.00 price range.  i looked at a yamaha and
at an ovation--yes, i did look at the ovation just because melissa plays em
:-)  no, seriously, my mom is in the army reserves and can, therefore, order
stuff from the military catalogue and they offer a couple models of ovations
for a pretty good deal. (they have the cc11 for 369.00 including a hard case
etc . . . the music store had the same guitar for 349.00 but no case etc . .
.) so, bottom line i need some advice/opinions relative to guitars so e-mail
me privately so as not to waste bandwidth for others on the list.  i will
thank you in advance for responding to my plea!
take care and happy holidays--good luck for those still taking finals!
cami

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subject:      levees that break in my heart

i received this cd boot today from rdr (christmas present to myself. oh
like i needed an excuse ha ha). basically it's "tuesday's children"
cleaned up and put on cd with the songs changed around. i won't swear on a
stack of bibles this is what the people did but it's the same songs (if
not the same recordings). there is also a live acoustic three hits added
on to the end. does anybody know the date (or just year) this version of
three hits was recorded? the other extra song is high horse.

if you've never heard tuesday's children (1981) that is a collection of
covers. pretty amateurish, slow and sappy. :) my vote on this cd is yes
for completists but get a dub if you want to be sure before you spend the
money. i don't regret the money spent, but i am a completist. :) i can
make dubs after the new year (so email me then, not now -- i cant even
handle saving the messages right now). if you want to see the other tracks
just check out the tuesday's children setlist on the lifeblood site --
look under 'lyrics' at http://www.hidwater.com/lifeblood/ig.html

oh laugh there is a secret hidden track -- i just found it cause i left
the cd playing after the last song. it's "problem child" :) if you have
the "red light cafe" boot then you have this recording at the end of the
2nd side.

kristina

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subject:      deadicated nigc

> i found a cd the other day called "deadicated" and it had an ig song on
it.
>  does anyone know if this particualar cd is any good?

depends if you like the dead... which i do :)  it's a bunch of covers of
grateful dead songs by various groups, some better than others... ig being
one o' the best, of course... and they do uncle john's band, which is just
a great song anytime, anywhere, by anybody

peace

carl, who just got his first ig boots ever and can't stop listening to them

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subject:      more video boots

i just received "on the road to austin" and it's really amazing. but
there are a few shows on there that i would love to have the complete
video boot to. so, does anyone have the video boots to either the radio
city music hall show or the knitting factory 94' show? i would be willing
to make a 3:1 trade or possibly more.
  please write back if you're interested aand i'll send you a list of my
boots.
thanks alot,
ben

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subject:      nigc- pooh!!!  where are you?

sorry to waste bandwidth, but i am searching for pooh! has she been on lately?
i lost my access for a week and i haven't gotten any  of my digests....

pooh!  if you are there, mail me!!!

thanks ya'll!
karrie

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subject:      "austin" video..cancer branch dubber

i lost your name..i'm an "odd" cancer..please e-mail me..please!!!

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subject:      re: thanks, cd's,earth jams, etc. sigc
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> i found a cd the other day called "deadicated" and it had an ig song on it.
>  does anyone know if this particualar cd is any good?

i spent a lot of time looking for "deadicated" before i finally found it
(of course, not nearly as much time as i spent looking for tame
yourself). if you like the dead, and i do, the cd is well worth it. the
ig version of uncle john's band is pretty impressive and the rest of the
songs are a pretty good cross-section of the dead's work.


peter a. barta
bartap@bulldog.georgetown.edu


"everything that i believe,             "i want to live as an honest man,
crawls from underneath the streets.      to get all i deserve,
everything i truly love,                 and to give all i can,
comes from somewhere high above."        and to love a young woman
                                         that i don't understand."
                        - amy ray
                                                - suzanne vega

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subject:      nigc: ani in "time", vic chestnutt

hey kind friends...

first off, from the new issue of "time" under "best music of 1996":
#7.   ani difranco "dilate"
tart, topical songs from this 25 year old gender bending singer-guitarist,
who blends folk, punk, trip-hop and whatever else strikes her fancy into
insurgent and often arrestingly beautiful music.  difranco hitches these
tunes to scathing lyrical and deeply personal takes on romance, and gender
issues, then releases her albums through her own record company.

also, for vic chestnutt fans and fans of film...
vic has a really funny cameo in billy bob thornton's film "sling blade".
it's worth seeing just for him, but it really is a very good movie (if you
can find it; i think it's only in ny/la for now).
well, that's it,
stephen mcgill

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subject:      ig band! me in ptld and more

hey everyone!
        i've been collecting tidbits of many posts and wanted to respond...i'm
fresh off of seeing melissa in portland.  two words she rocks!  i'm not
even a big fan, but i was impressed!  i was entertained for 3 whole
hours and as far as i'm concerned thats what i paid for...to  see a
show, a performer, an entertainer.
         at the same time i agree with binky (hi) in her opinion of m e.  me is
more "rock-n-roll" and "showy" than ig.(not a bad thing) however i've
come to realize (once again) that among all of the other joy ig give me
they also touch my heart, and, and melissa, well she is facinating but
comes nowhere near my heart.  my opinion and taste nothing against me.
i'd see her again anytime.

sidenote: i swear i heard some folks walking behind me on the way out of
the coliseum talking about ig boots.  i was distracted by friends and
couldn't stop them to ask.  was anyone there from the list???

and last...band band band!!!  i wanna see ig and their gang.  could be
because when i have seen them it was just a&e.

i read all the pnw party posts, so sad i couldn't go.  maybe next time!

bye now,
catherine

"i feel like we're going to see the indigo girls, but i know its only
melissa etheridge, so i hope i'm not disappointed when we get there"
        -my girlfriend on our drive from eugene to portland on sunday

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subject:      good deed (nigc, please read)

hey all list types, this seems like a really worthy, wonderful thing.  take
a few seconds, read this over, and please drop a line to houghton mifflin.
this is a very easy way to help out this holiday season...

peace,
bill

>could you all kick this around to whomever might be interested?
>
>peace-
>
>rj
>----------
>
>>>good deeds for the holidays........
>>>
>>>houghton mifflin publishing corp. in nyc will donate one book to a children's
>>>hospital for every 25 e-mails it receives.  please take the few seconds and
>>>e-mail them at:   share@hmco.com
>>>
>>>please pass it on to friends and co-workers.  so far they have only received
>>>3,400 messages.  last year they reached 23,000.  that's 920 books.
>>>
>>>happy holidays.
>
>
>

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| bill norris           "somewere between god and the devil, passion is."  |
| 6 oak ave.                                    jeanette winterson         |
| tuckahoe, ny 10707                                                       |
|                       "we have proved, sitting eating, sitting talking,  |
| graduate studies       that we can add to the treasury of moments."      |
| sarah lawrence college                        virginia woolf             |
| mfa candidate, fiction                                                   |
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subject:      mea culpa on the houghton mifflin forward

sorry to pass that along again...that's what i get from reading my personal
mail before the list....again, sorry.  (beating my breast over and over
again...)

peace,
bill


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| 6 oak ave.                                    jeanette winterson         |
| tuckahoe, ny 10707                                                       |
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>
> i'm thinking of doing my own acappella album entitled
> "don't drop the soap! susan b marine and her fan club sing in the shower"
>
yay!!  can we sing "up on the showerhead, standing on the drain in the
tub...you can stand there and sham--poo, till your hair is finally free of
the grub...."

:) marianne  ("who's lisa?")
#####
"thought i knew my mind like the back of my hand,
the gold and the rainbow,
but nothing panned out as i planned...."
        --emily
#####
i saw the moon die on the oregon coast and a rainbow on capitol lake, does
that count for anything??  anyone, anyone??  bueller??  saliers??  ray??

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subject:      shades, r&r, ani stuff, levees, etc.

hello, all! =)
      it's been a while... first, let me mention that michelle malone is a
wonderful, wonderful woman. =)  next, let me mention that carolyn is also a
wonderful woman for treating me to certain glorious gifts pertaining to ms.
malone. =) (not just for that... she seems to be pretty wonderful besides
that. =) )  next, a public apology to harry k, whose boots are sitting right
next to me and have not been sent out...=(  i suck sometimes. =(  next, to
all of you atlantans, my media play (perimeter) is closing, so if you need
discounts on anything, do stop on by.  the sale starts tomorrow.  if you come
by, ask for me. =)  it would be nice to meet ya. =)  now, onto other pressing
matters... i have come across three expensive cd's that are of interest to
me.  they are "shades of indigo", "club r&r", and an ani difranco catalogue
sampler.  i would like all three but am limited, fundwise.  i am interested
in what a reasonable price would be for any or all three of these, as i have
no idea if this particular fellow is selling them for a bit too high a price.
any info is appreciated. =)  i also got levees today and am willing to copy
it for everyone, but please wait until the new year. =)  the only boots i'll
be sending out this year will be to harry, as i think he's been waiting since
1983 or so... ;) (so sorry...)  i suppose that'll be all for now... i also
have "sarah's greatest hits" available. =)  just a couple of mixes i've made
this year that i have a lot of copies of... if you're into diversity in music
at all you might like them, so write if you're interested. =)  i'd love to
share. =)  au revoir for now, my little lotus blossoms!  peace, love, and a
whole slew of butter biscuits, sarah

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subject:      re: a cappella ig mix
in-reply-to:  <199612142345.saa01194@force.stwing.upenn.edu>

okay, i don't know if this has been done before, but what about ig covers
done by local college groups that _aren't_ a capella?  i have a couple
recordings that are worthwhile, should they be excluded just because they
had the audacity to play with instruments (bwaaaaaa, tears flowing
everywhere)...? tee hee

:) marianne  ("who's lisa?")
#####
"thought i knew my mind like the back of my hand,
the gold and the rainbow,
but nothing panned out as i planned...."
        --emily
#####
i saw the moon die on the oregon coast and a rainbow on capitol lake, does
that count for anything??  anyone, anyone??  bueller??  saliers??  ray??

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subject:      lift - (ig-related)

hey!
        for anyone who will be in in atlanta for new year's, i sure hope you check
out the line-up at rainy day.  a bunch of cool bands. one in particular, that
i highly recommend, is lift.  they are an amazing group of musicians; worth
checking out!
        you may have heard of lift before.  if not, you may recognize some of the
members from having played with numerous atlanta musicians.
molly bancroft is a most talented singer/songwriter and she's got a beautiful
voice too.  david patterson on lead guitar is noted for his own solo career
and having been a major player on daemon's "jesus christ superstar... a
resurrection." julie clark on bass and harmonies has played with wendy
bucklew, and is one of the best bassists in town.  finally making up the rest
of the rythym section is simone simonton.. you might remember her from one of
the indigo girls tour or perhaps for her work with kristen hall (among many
others).  if you know her.. you know what an incredibly amazing drummer she
is..  if you don't... cast your eyes and watch her go.. each member of the
band compliments the writings of ms. bancroft with their style and talent..
and a live show is a sound sensation; a sure delight.

        if you are unable to be in atlanta for new year's, keep your eyes open for
their upcoming cd, "lifelike", being released on the daemon records label.  i
hear that amy really likes this band and am also hearing rumors that lift
will possibly be opening for the igs this spring.  keep your eyes and ears
pealed.  i'm sure this is a band you will be hearing more and more of as time
goes by.
        check out their cool web site at www.mindspring.com/~lift

        on new year's eve at rdr, i believe that lift will be going on around 4pm or
so.  then be sure to check them out later that night at the red light cafe
(on amsterdam ave.).  they'll prob be going on around 10pm-ish.  (not sure
exactly)  lift will be playing that night with "the gentle readers".
        come check out lift!

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subject:      river-god, i fell greedy today

  could some kind sould please post me the chords to "river".
thanks,
ben

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subject:      see ya soon(nigc)

dear fellow listers,
  just wanted to wish everyone a happy holiday whichever one you
celebrated/will celebrate and a happy new year.  i will be going home
tomorrow so i will be signing off the list at this address but as soon as i
get home i will be back on my aol account 'cause i can't let a day go by
without some igc!!!! so, see ya soon!
david (bf19583@binghamton.edu  and for the next five weeks  b1 mon
e1@aol.com  (those are "ones" btw, not "l")

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subject:      cds of the year

oops! someone (and only one, i'm surprised!), pointed out that 1200
curfews was released in late '95, and therefore is ineligible for
consideration. :(  that's what i get for trusting my cd database. :)

so... bump all of the others up a notch, and put rosanne cash's 10 song
demo at #5...

technically, i've had aimee mann since late '95 too, but the domestic
version didn't come out until january, so i'm safe on that one. :) just
shows how much i think of those releases that they're still at the top of
my list...

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------------

well, it's that time of year again... time to reflect on the many cds
you've purchased, and separate the wheat from the chaff... here's my best
of list:

1) indigo girls, 1200 curfews. an amazing live double-cd, an obvious
labor of love. includes many songs not found on their cds, and comments
in the liner notes from each of the girls describing the songs or the shows
they came from.

2) ani difranco, dilate. this one's a bit of a departure for ani, with
industrial and hip-hop influences among others, but no less brilliant for
it. the lyrics are as amazing as ever, and the music alternately rocks
hard and swings mellow.

3) aimee mann, i'm with stupid. aimee's one of the best pop songwriters
ever. see her in my artist spotlight at
http://www.clark.net/pub/indigo/music.html for more info.

4) shawn colvin, a few small repairs. long-awaited return to recording her
own songs, and well worth the wait.  some of her best songs are here.

5) september 67, lucky shoe. shannon worrell and kristin asbury are local
(charlottesville, va) artists made good. with backers like dave matthews
and david lowery (cracker), they've finally got this major label release
out. worrell's vocals may remind you of shawn colvin, and the harmonies
with kristin are to die for. quirky electric guitars, unique rhythms, and
great songs differentiate this from other folk-rock fare.

if you're intrigued, search for these on my web site (i don't have sept 67
there yet) or at http://cdnow.com and give them a listen.

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"i see the same shit every day/ the landscape looks so bleak/ i think i'll
      take the first one of you home/ that does something unique."
                   - ani difranco, "face up and sing"

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subject:      i kissed amy ray!

so sure i am not on the list anymore but i want to share my fab dream with
you all...  all right, i was waiting for an ig dreams forever it seems and
finally i got one!  yay!  i don't know but an ig dream is a confirmation of
my adoration of the girls, you know?  and i finally had one!  :)  so let me
set the scene...a&e were sitting on a couch.  actually it was the couch at
the end of "watershed" when a drops the thing you clip before you take a
shot and e goes, "show them what you just dropped!"  you know that part?
well, they were sitting on that couch and they were singing a song but i
don't really remember what song it was.  i must have been sitting on a
coffee table right in front of the couch because they were so close...  and
a was looking making serious eye contact with me while she
sang...interesting.  i wonder what that meant.  ;)  so maybe i was staring
at her too.  but then she turns around and grabs a few  tortilla chips out
of a bowl that was on a table right behind the couch.  and then she ate
them and smiled.  but she never stopped looking at me or singing!  it was
mighty impressive!   but then something must have come over me because i
just like grabbed a and started kissing her!  woohoo!  it was a good kiss
too!  and then my dream ended.  :(  but hey, that was pretty good for my
first ig dream, don't you think?  i do!  :)  oh well...i just wanted to
share that with everyone.  and i am forever excited because my cool listee
friend, andi, dubbed a few boots for me tonight!  what a champ!  you gotta
love her!  but her vcr seems to have eaten my "uptown"!  what the hell?!  i
am going to make her buy me a new one!  well, at least it didn't my jcs!  i
would die!  then i wouldn't be able to see the hot amy ray in that!
woohoo!  i like that.  did anyone catch that amy ray allusion there?  ;)
she says "i like that." in watershed after emily says something about
braincandy...check it out.  lint girl has crap all over her sweater!  i
will have to pick it off for her!  she made me clean her room afterall!
oh, it sucks being a slave...but i was remarded in the long run...

rebekah

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subject:      lc in ws

has anyone noticed that in the least complicated video, they say, "oh i
just up in the house and resist," but on the screen, it says, "i'd just sit
around the house and resist" and in the so lyrics, it says, "so i just sit
up in the house and resist."  did anyone notice this?  or is it just me,
technical girl? :)

andi

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subject:      re: good deed (nigc, please read)
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on mon, 16 dec 1996, norris, bill wrote:

> hey all list types, this seems like a really worthy, wonderful thing.  take
> a few seconds, read this over, and please drop a line to houghton mifflin.
> this is a very easy way to help out this holiday season...

no they don't!   they have been overwhelmed by these emails and don't want
any more of them.   don't forward it.

mat

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> but i'm not really sure. who has figured out the model? please email me.
> amy also loves stratocasters... while i just can't figure out what
> kind of electric guitar emily plays, i mean the red/orange one!
> is that a gretsch or a guild, or what?!!


isn't this an ibanez of some breed. great guitars if it is !!

later

jules

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date:         tue, 17 dec 1996 20:58:32 +0900
reply-to:     maren <renmar@biwasv01.biwa.or.jp>
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from:         maren <renmar@biwasv01.biwa.or.jp>
subject:      re: ig on tim rice collection

hey y'all!  i was really psyched to see that ig have a tune on time rice's
collection, but was a little scared when someone said that they thought it
might be , "i don't know how to love him" from jcs..a resurrection.  now
that i know it's "everything's alright" i'm much happier because i think
their rendition of this is amazing and so well suited for their voices.
however, back to "i don't know how to love him"...does anyone object to the
cello part on this as much as i do?  i can't decide which bothers me more,
the instrumentation with the cello often doubling emily (mary's) line or is
it just that the cello player plays it so rhythmically straight while emily
sings it so flowing.  if anyone has the broadway version of this, i'd be
interested in hearing what that instrumentation is like.  so, i'm waiting
for new insights on this, hoping that someone will back me up, and praying
that the cello player isn't someone's brother or long lost cousin from this
list.
-maren  (who would like to have $1 for each time she has kicked herself for
not attending the jcs show in austin.  iwas just an hour south of there and
could have easily gone , but it was the last sunday of spring break and for
once in my life i was feeling responsible like i should get back for school
on monday.  never again!)

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date:         tue, 17 dec 1996 11:57:03 +0000
reply-to:     julian knopf <stripe@oasis.icl.co.uk>
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from:         julian knopf <stripe@oasis.icl.co.uk>
subject:      chords required

ok now i know that this is in the song book but i really wanna know the
high intro chords emily uses for joking.

i've worked the rest of the song out ( not too tricky cos its an amy tune
) that and the fact anything ig in this country is rarer than hens teeth
and probibally costs more per gramme than cocaine !! ;-(

anyone care to help. this really is a plea !!

cheers
jules

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        you will dissolve all the stones that are cast ..
                                                amy ray

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date:         tue, 17 dec 1996 11:51:09 +0000
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in-reply-to:  <961216162154_1321937781@emout17.mail.aol.com>

once again ladieeze and genelmen

        jude to the rescue ( without a safety net ) a big hand please !!

jules
( a mad mood today ;-) )

        when you learn to love yourself
        you will dissolve all the stones that are cast ..
                                                amy ray

on mon, 16 dec 1996 hunterj1@aol.com wrote:

> hey, was someone looking for a pittsburgh boot?  i deleted your post but i
> may have some interesting info :)
>
> jude :)
>
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from:         jen hall <jchall@earthlink.net>
subject:      nigc:  xmas computer songs
x-to:         katy <indirabbit@aol.com>, mark meyer <mark.meyer@norwest.com>,
              eileen howerter <dreleen@juno.com>,
              cynthia crecca - at work <crecca@admin.njit.edu>

> xmas computer songs:
>
> happily addicted to the web
> ---------------------------
> (to the tune of "winter wonderland")
>
> doorbell rings, i'm not list'nin',
> >from my mouth, drool is glist'nin',
> i'm happy--although
> my boss let me go--
> happily addicted to the web.
>
> all night long, i sit clicking,
> unaware time is ticking,
> there's beard on my cheek,
> same clothes for a week,
> happily addicted to the web.
>
> friends come by; they shake me,
> saying, "yo, man!
> don't you know tonight's the senior prom?"
> with a listless shrug, i mutter, "no, man;
> i just discovered letterman-dot-com!"
>
> i don't phone, don't send faxes,
> don't go out, don't pay taxes,
> who cares if someday
> they drag me away?
> i'm happily addicted to the web!
>
> the bill gates song
> -------------------
> (to the tune of "the christmas song")
>
> netscape roasting on an open fire,
> apple begging on its knees,
> photo popping up on time magazine,
> yes, bill gates dreams of days like these!
> everybody knows he's never fully satisfied,
> throws himself behind each task,
> world dominion is his company's goal.
> well, hey, is that so much to ask?
> he knows the world is in his sway,
> we'll buy whatever software he might toss our way,
> we'll surf his internet, watch his tv,
> he'll take us anywhere we ask him--for a fee.
>
> and so we're offering this simple prayer,
> to bill and all his ms grunts:
> since we all follow any standard you write,
> make it good, please,
> make it good, please,
> make it good, please, just once!
>
> gil amelio's coming to town!
> ----------------------------
> (to the tune of "santa claus is coming to town")
>
> you better watch out,
> absurd as it sounds,
> 'cause apple's about
> to lose a few pounds--
> gil amelio's coming to town!
>
> he's making a list,
> and trimming the rolls
> of projects that missed
> their revenue goals--
> gil amelio's coming to town!
>
> he knows what's losing money,
> like eworld, powertalk . . .
> you'd better make your project work
> or prepare to take a walk!
>
> though you follow his lead
> right out the back door,
> you know he'll succeed--
> he's done it before!
> gil amelio's coming to town!
>
> microsoft
> ---------
> (to the tune of "jingle bells")
>
> nine-tenths of a gig,
> biggest ever seen,
> god, this program's big--
> ms word 15!
> comes on ten cds,
> and requires--damn!
> word is fine, but jeez--
> 60 megs of ram?!
>
> oh! microsoft, microsoft,
> bloatware all the way!
> i've sat here installing word
> since breakfast yesterday!
> oh! microsoft, microsoft,
> moderation, please.
> guess you hadn't noticed:
> four-gig drives don't grow on trees!
>
> i'm dreaming of a clean system
> ------------------------------
> (to the tune of "white christmas")
>
> i'm dreaming of a clean system,
> something that fits on one cd.
> each component matches,
> not bits and patches,
> unlike 7-5-point-3.
>
> i'm longing for a dream system,
> small, stable, fast, and trouble-free.
> what we want, i think you'll agree,
> is called system 6-point-oh-3!
>
> violent night
> -------------
> (to the tune of "silent night")
>
> silent mac, broken mac!
> system bombed, screen went black.
> books suggested things; i tried 'em all:
> shift key, desktop file, clean reinstall.
> now my deadline is tight,
> this mac's been silent all night.
>
> violent night, horrible night!
> lost my cool, filled with spite,
> threw my mac through the balcony door
> watched it fall from the 20th floor,
> now i'm sleeping in peace;
> thank god i had it on lease.
>
> prove it's so!
> --------------
> (to the tune of "let it snow")
>
> oh, the papers say apple's dying,
> but before we start good-byeing,
> we should call them all up and go,
> "prove it's so! prove it's so! prove it's so!"
>
> they say "mac os software's scarcer."
> we say, "read those numbers, there, sir,
> sales continued this year to grow.
> there ya go, there ya go, there ya go!"
>
> when they tell us win 95
> made the mac's famed advantages ebb,
> we'll say, "why, then, do macs now drive
> 60 percent of the web?"
>
> we can win our pr reversal--
> make the mac be universal--
> though we may have some years to go,
> make it so, make it so, make it so!

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subject:      re: shades, r&r, ani stuff, levees, etc.
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on mon, 16 dec 1996 sanawike1@aol.com wrote:

> matters... i have come across three expensive cd's that are of interest to
> me.  they are "shades of indigo", "club r&r", and an ani difranco catalogue
> sampler.  i would like all three but am limited, fundwise.  i am interested
> in what a reasonable price would be for any or all three of these, as i have
> no idea if this particular fellow is selling them for a bit too high a price.

shades - $35, r&r - $150, ani sampler - $10. those are what i'd consider
*fair* prices, not necessarily selling prices. i've seen shades go for as
high as $100, r&r for $250. the ani sampler is very new and i don't know
how difficult to come by.

k
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kcizas@cgrg.ohio-state.edu                life happens at the level of events
                                          not of words. trust movement."
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or participate in a system that
allows people to be icky
to each other." -ani difranco
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from:         "susan b. marine" <susan.b.marine@dartmouth.edu>
subject:      dancing on a table in las cruces

i did once, but that's a whole other story!

anyhoo, i got carrie's las cruces boot today, and i have yet to receive a
single request for it...so i'll take the first ten i get today and dub it for
those lucky kids.

so write me. and maybe i'll tell you about table-dancing!! bring your own
tequila :)

your mama and my mama rolling around in the alley,

susan

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subject:      stupid question
in-reply-to:  <pine.osf.3.95.961217104714.9402c-100000@osfb.aber.ac.uk>

i know i really should know this but i don't so i hanf my head in shame
and throw myself at the mercy of my fellow listees. where does the
dialogue on the back of the last list shirt (complacent! etc.) come from?


peter a. barta
bartap@bulldog.georgetown.edu


"everything that i believe,             "i want to live as an honest man,
crawls from underneath the streets.      to get all i deserve,
everything i truly love,                 and to give all i can,
comes from somewhere high above."        and to love a young woman
                                         that i don't understand."
                        - amy ray
                                                - suzanne vega

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subject:      re: i kissed amy ray!

in a message dated 96-12-17 03:11:16 est, ablipman@sas writes:

>so sure i am not on the list anymore but i want to share my fab dream with
>you all...  all right, i was waiting for an ig dreams forever it seems and
>finally i got one!  yay!  i don't know but an ig dream is a confirmation of
>my adoration of the girls, you know?  and i finally had one!  :)

forgive me but wouldn't this be considered nigc?  and then a misleading
subject line to boot!  oh well i guess its too early in the morning for
me......i guess i am better off continuing to lurk.

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from:         anjeanette milner <boilrmkr@bu.edu>
subject:      re: acapella covers (fwd)

> >
> > i'm thinking of doing my own acappella album entitled
> > "don't drop the soap! susan b marine and her fan club sing in the shower"
> >
> yay!!  can we sing "up on the showerhead, standing on the drain in the
> tub...you can stand there and sham--poo, till your hair is finally free of
> the grub...."

only if i get to sing pheobe's version from "friends"
lalala "lather rinse repeat.. lather rinse repeat!
anjeanette
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subject:      nigc-the search for the lost post!

sorry about this but...
i posted a request a couple of days ago for some 'boots, and got a few
responses(thanks y'all), but i have accidently deleted one of them!  i
can't remember the address of this person but their name was andi, and
they said they had the same name as mine.  so andi, please email me
back! i'm sorry for any trouble this has caused anyone!!  thank you for
your time.

andrea (not beth)

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from:         erica spizz <espizz@simons-rock.edu>
subject:      re: shades, r&r, ani stuff, levees, etc.
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hey sarah-
where did you come across these goodies?  i am especially interested in
club r&r but would not want to deprive you of your find in any way.  well,
let me know.

take care,
erica
who still wants, somehow,  to get side b of my atlanta pride boot.

...3 days left.

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from:         rachel sefton-smith <seffy@epic.co.uk>
subject:      absolutely nigc: another christmas carol

okay, can't resist posting this.  think some of you will enjoy it, but to
ward off any flames, first let me explain...  please take this in the spirit
in which it's intended - it's half based on experience (and i'm sure that
some of you will recognise yourselves in there somewhere), and half
tongue-in-cheek, gently-poking-fun-at-stereotypes kind of thing,  so i hope
no-one's too offended, and please, don't attach any great political
importance to this!!!
i wrote it about 6 years ago, and i usually get nagged to play it every
crimble.  if you want to play along it's to the tune of 'god rest you merry
gentlemen' and a pretty fast and frantic am, b7...type of thing... lots of
room for dramatic pauses and i usually manage ot get everyone singing along
to the chorus...the last verse slows down and i blues up the tune a bit...
hope you enjoy it!

goddess rest you merry dykewimmin     (c) seffy

i'm going home for christmas time just for a few days stay
and that is why i'm standing here and feeling much dismay
'cos though i'm out to mum and dad they don't think its okay
so it's back in the closet for a week
just for some peace
going back into the closet for a week

for well over a month now i haven't cut my hair
but mother will still look at me and frown in despair
'cos she prefers it when there is much more of it up there...
so it's back in the closet for a week
just for some peace
going back into the closet for a week

they don't like my doc martens so it's court shoes i must wear
although it hurts, i'll wear a skirt, how much more can i bear?
go extra femme so family friends don't look at me and stare...
so it's back in the closet for a week
just for some peace
going back into the closet for a week

away with all those triangles and symbols in my ears
dig out those dangly pearl drops that my gran gave me last year
i'll cultivate a taste for wine instead of pints of beer
so it's back in the closet for a week
just for some peace
going back into the closet for a week

so goddess bless you merry dykewimmin
please don't be too dismayed
if you're with your folks this christmas time instead of getting laid
'cos your lover's stuck at home with hers 200 miles away.....
she's gone back in the closet for a week
just for some peace
going back into the closet for a week
back in the closet for a week
just for some peace
going back into the closet for a week

(end on major chord with flourish!)


**************
seffy
     cod==#
**************

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date:         tue, 17 dec 1996 16:30:05 -0500
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from:         "elizabeth m. bolles" <wishmonstr@aol.com>
subject:      re: thelma, louise...girls (nigc)

this whole thing about fgt and t&l sparked my interest enough for me to
actually rent fgt since i haven't seen it in a few years.  my friend that i
rented it with thinks i'm just obsessive (possibly) and thought i was crazy
(also possible), but my take on the whole situation is that ruth really cared
about idgie, but that was it on her end.  i, however, think idgie had a
terrible crush on ruth.  maybe (most likely) they never had anysort of
lesbian encounter with each other, but it seemed to me idgie had a bit deeper
love than ruth thought.  i've never seen t&l, but from what i know, i think
that if they were gay, they weren't meant to be.  i am of the opinion that
women can sometimes form very strong emotional bonds in relationships, but
still not fall in love.  just my take on it . . .

what kim said got me thinking and i think it's very true that striaght people
take it for granted that there is so much straight stuff out there.  for the
other 10%, though, one finds themselves digging for something to latch onto.
it's almost like a game, trying to see things in the least possible places.
one of the reasons that i, personaly, find "refuge" in the ig's music is
that i look at them and see two normal people who are fighting for causes i
believe in, are taking stands on issues i care about, who are making
incredible music, and who are just amazingly real people (unlike famous
musicians who distance themselves and create images for themselves that they
aren't truely) who happen to be, by the fickle finger of fate, lesbians.  the
fact that they aren't really labeled as such by the mainstream media (well,
at least not until someone with clout hears "it's alright") gives me some
hope that maybe there's a chance for acceptance and normality, or something.

so, if minorities such as women, african-amerians (want to be pc), asian
americans, and the millions of other groups i'm leaving out to save space can
have movies and pretty mainstreamed cultures and role models, why can't gays?
why can a black kid in my class so a report in class about his heritage and
modern culture, but a gay kid in my class can't stand up and say "i'm gay,
this is the history of others like me who have come before, these are my role
models and this is my culture."  maybe if real normal mainstream movies were
made about gays who weren't stereotypical we wouldn't even be having this
thread.  that's just me, though.

-elizabeth

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date:         tue, 17 dec 1996 15:39:27 -0800
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from:         "s. lingwood" <lingwood@u.washington.edu>
subject:      winthrop chords

okay, i can bear it no longer....has anyone worked out the chords to
winthrop yet? i think i've got the first part reasonably ok, but there's
just 2 blasted chords (at least in the verse) that i just cannot get...
aggggh. help help help....intrepid guitar peoples, lend me your ears!
(okay, not like that made any sense, but hey, i am finally done with
phinals and very happy about it.)

happy indigo day to all!
(when is emily day again? stephanie, having missed amy day, wishes to at
least be able to celebrate one of the two....)

:) steph

________________________________________________________________
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    "time's fun when you're having flies."
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date:         tue, 17 dec 1996 18:58:50 -0500
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from:         audrey beth stein <abstein@force.stwing.upenn.edu>
subject:      anagrams and sbmfc (nigc)

i just got the coolest toy....it's a computer program that makes anagrams
from your name.  i have just learned that "audrey beth stein" is also
"henry beatitudes" "yet i enthuse bard" and "beer hates nudity."  for
the political among us, take note: "detente buys hair."

so this post has at least *some* relevance to the list, i would like to
announce that i am joining the susan b marine fan club and offer this gem
of a poem created from three anagrams of her name:

           sunbeams rain;
           brains mean us.
           same urban sin.

thank you.  (if you feel left out, please email me, and i will gladly
find an anagram for you, too.)

.....audrey

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subject:      sigc: nanci griffith

i'm sure this has been mentioned many times on here, but another list
member and i were discussing artists we listen to and i told her about
nanci griffith.  she's much softer than the girls, but she's damn
good.  and if you get the album *flyer* you get the song "these days
in an open book" which has ig singing backup, and it's just beautiful.

if anyone's interested i would be willing to copy album or song for
you off cd...

maren

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date:         tue, 17 dec 1996 20:08:17 -0500
reply-to:     "peter a. barta" <bartap@bulldog.georgetown.edu>
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from:         "peter a. barta" <bartap@bulldog.georgetown.edu>
subject:      attn: richard benson

sorry to waste the bandwith but i lost richard's address.

richard - i got your tapes and was in the midst of dubbing them when, once
again, my stereo decided to break. i'm going home for christmas so i won't
be abled to get it fixed till january. i'll send you your taes as soon as
i can.

tip to the rest of the list: a cheap stereo is cheap for a reason.


peter a. barta
bartap@bulldog.georgetown.edu


"everything that i believe,             "i want to live as an honest man,
crawls from underneath the streets.      to get all i deserve,
everything i truly love,                 and to give all i can,
comes from somewhere high above."        and to love a young woman
                                         that i don't understand."
                        - amy ray
                                                - suzanne vega

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date:         tue, 17 dec 1996 20:01:54 -0600
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from:         "jenn. brown" <jennb@owlnet.rice.edu>
subject:      re: anagrams (marginal igc)
in-reply-to:  <199612172358.saa13610@force.stwing.upenn.edu>

on tue, 17 dec 1996, audrey beth stein wrote:

> i just got the coolest toy....it's a computer program that makes anagrams
> from your name.  i have just learned that "audrey beth stein" is also
> "henry beatitudes" "yet i enthuse bard" and "beer hates nudity."  for
> the political among us, take note: "detente buys hair."

hey there: there are tons of (free :) ) anagram makers out there on the
'net. i used   http://infobahn.com/pages/anagram.html  to come up with
some for 'indigo girls': (there were tons more, but i liked these :) )
sorry for repeated words...

gold iris gin
sir in old gig
rigid log sin (!)
girl is doing
lord is in gig
origins gild
golding iris (i think this is my fave--mmm... peaceful)

it's a lot of fun to try--unfortunately, my name doesn't work all that
well... :( (that 'j' thang, y'know :) )

dreaming of the days when coffee was not a necessity,
jenn. brown

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date:         tue, 17 dec 1996 21:36:49 -0500
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from:         "joan m. cyr" <jcyr@mit.edu>
subject:      anagrams (nigc)

ok, jenn, i went to the anagram web page, and from my name (joan marie cyr),
i limited the words to 3, and it found 68 anagrams.  only one applied:

maniac err joy.

'nuff said.
joni :o)

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subject:      nigc: ellen james society

delurking for the moment. . .

i stumbled across a copy of "the survivors parade" on red translucent vinyl
with black swirls through it.  cooler still, is that the cover was hand
written/painted.  that leaves me with 2 questions: first, how many of these
little gems are out there?  and, who did the artwork?

if you can give me a clue, email me privately.
thanx much,
dee (who's going back to lurkdom now)

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date:         tue, 17 dec 1996 22:09:30 -0500
reply-to:     andi <ablipman@sas.upenn.edu>
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from:         andi <ablipman@sas.upenn.edu>
subject:      (nigc) clearing up confusion, an apology, & annagrams

rose west wrote:

<<in a message dated 96-12-17 03:11:16 est, ablipman@sas writes:

>so sure i am not on the list anymore but i want to share my fab dream with
>you all...  all right, i was waiting for an ig dreams forever it seems and
>finally i got one!  yay!  i don't know but an ig dream is a confirmation of
>my adoration of the girls, you know?  and i finally had one!  :)

forgive me but wouldn't this be considered nigc?  and then a misleading
subject line to boot!  oh well i guess its too early in the morning for
me......i guess i am better off continuing to lurk.>>

okay, i guess that was directed at me.  first of all, i did not write that
post.  that was posted by rebekah, an ex-listee...i'm sorry if it was
unclear that she was writing from my account.  second, her ig dream most
definitely had igc...it was about a&e after all...people post ig dreams all
the time.  third, yeah, her subject line was probably misleading, but what
can i say?  she wrote it, not me.  i'll let her know that if she posts in
the future, she shouldn't have misleading subject lines.  but since it was
my account, i'll apologize on behalf of her.

on another note, i tried the anagrams thing, & i got 307 for andrea beth lipman.

here are some:

remain banal death
banned mailer path
banana permit held
brained plane math

that was fun! :)

andi

  -_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-
                              andrea lipman
                      e-mail: ablipman@sas.upenn.edu
               homepage: http://www.sas.upenn.edu/~ablipman

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reply-to:     julie jansen <j.jansen@student.qut.edu.au>
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from:         julie jansen <j.jansen@student.qut.edu.au>
subject:      i need someone's birthday secretly!!
in-reply-to:  <199612180244.vaa10127@netspace.org>

howdy. i want to slyly obtain the birthday of a pal of mine on this list
(yes i'm being rather quiet about this aren't i??!!).. if whoever has the
list can get in touch with me, i'd greatly appreciate it. many thanks.:)

merry christmas!
julie

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from:         sundara <smurphy@ups.edu>
subject:      maxell tape question (nigc)

hey everyone!

i was wondering if anyone could tell me why the maxell xl-iis tapes are
better than the maxell xl-ii's.  cause they cost more, and they are
heavier, and everyone seems to think they are better.  but why???  please
email me privately. thanks! :)

peace, love, and 2200 max points,

        sundara, president, susan b. marine fan club

"you don't have to drag me down, i descend"
                -shawn colvin

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date:         tue, 17 dec 1996 20:00:03 -0800
reply-to:     "amy j. putnam" <pegasus@crl.com>
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from:         "amy j. putnam" <pegasus@crl.com>
subject:      re: sigc: nanci griffith
x-to:         the zookeeper <meliason@ionet.net>
in-reply-to:  <v03007837aedc902a86b2@[208.129.71.52]>

>
> if anyone's interested i would be willing to copy album or song for
> you off cd...
>

whoa nellie!  copying a readily available commercial cd is 1) damaging
to the artist and 2) illegal, technically.  ig appear on several of
\nanci's recordings, including "other voices other rooms".  nanci is
on a "major" label but is stil in many ways an independent artist who
deserves our support.

end soapbox :)


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amy p.                    \       /     who holds your hand
pegasus@crl.com            \     /      when you're alone
monk@world.std.com          \   /
the original photo monk      \ /                --patty larkin

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reply-to:     julie jansen <j.jansen@student.qut.edu.au>
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from:         julie jansen <j.jansen@student.qut.edu.au>
subject:      nigc: great picture of kd!

sorry to rave on, but there is the gorgeous piccie of kd (complete with
sailor tatt and singlet!) at http://www.gfriends.com

well, i certainly enjoyed it... run, don't walk girls!!:-))

julie

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from:         sundara <smurphy@ups.edu>
subject:      my continuing saga (nigc)

hey y'all  (i'm still practicing my southern accent)

well, the laptop my housemate's sister sent me was absolute junk.  it
sucks, they don't even make modems that work with it it's so old.  so that
plan has fizzled.

just so y'all know, i have this account till friday, then on sunday or
monday, i'm going to my parents, so i'm going to get on the list from their
account, and i'll be there till the 30th (my b-day!!!)  then i don't know
what will happen, but here's the tentative plan

i'm trying to get a cheap and slow (ugh) computer from this guy at a used
computer store.  supposedly later this week, some guy is trading in a
computer which is the minimum that i need, and i might be able to afford
it, if i make enough tips this week.  (the joys of waitressing)  so could
everyone please send me happy computer vibes so this computer works out,
and send me lots of money/tip thoughts  (i'm only like sixty dollars
short).  aaawww, the life of a poor starving artist with lots of loans and
no savings, ack!

and again, thank you all so much for your offers of help and everyone who
tells me they will miss me, it really makes me feel loved, and i appreciate
it :)

peace, love, and 2200 max points,

        sundara, president, susan b. marine fan club

"you don't have to drag me down, i descend"
                -shawn colvin

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reply-to:     oh susanna <oh.susanna@dartmouth.edu>
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from:         "susan b. marine" <susan.b.marine@dartmouth.edu>
subject:      anagrams r fun! (nigc)

--- you wrote:
sunbeams rain;
           brains mean us.
           same urban sin.
--- end of quoted material ---
i like "brains mean us" da best, prolly cause i am sooooo smart (ha)

but truthfully, same urban sin is more fitting

(grin)

back to reaping the praise of strangers

susan
"lick the salt, gulp the cuervo, suck the lemon....yummmm!"

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reply-to:     jen lucero <jlucero@mail.monmouth.com>
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from:         jen lucero <jlucero@mail.monmouth.com>
subject:      faq info search

        hi y'all,

        recently there has been some interest in the guitars the girls play and we
figured it was a good subject to add to the faq.

        so...what i'd really appreciate is for all you guitar experts and
observant audience members to email me with definite models that the girls
are known to play.

        thanks in advance for helping me out!!

                jen


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reply-to:     dragonman <djarrell@ix19.ix.netcom.com>
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from:         dragonman <djarrell@ix19.ix.netcom.com>
subject:      re: amy mellowing???

tom asked me to forward this to the list for him, as he accidently sent it
to me privately.

which of course means that i get the opportunity for a rebuttal *before* you
read his comments.  :)  i was actually trying to think of the cmg songs when
i posted my original comments.  they are pretty mellow, but not as truly sad
as cb and hkf, imo.  i still think there is a level of melancholy in these
new songs that she has never reached before.

and as for those who cite "cut it out" (a very angry song, if you ask me)
and "don't give that girl a gun" as proof that amy is not mellowing, i
should clarify.  i am not saying that amy is on the verge of laying down and
dying.  i simply feel that she has been able to reach a more melancholy
place for her writing that she has not demonstrated previously.  so maybe
mellowing is the wrong word.  i stand firm by the thought that there is a
bit of a new leaf here, and i welcome it.  i think "chiapas bound" and "hey
kind friend" are two great any songs, and i really cannot wait until map is
out officially, and we get to hear their final versions of these wonderful
songs.

that being rambled, here is what tom had to say...

>return-path: <tomcat@netcom.com>
>from: tomcat@netcom.com (tom jobes)
>subject: re: amy mellowing???
>to: djarrell@ix.netcom.com
>date: sun, 15 dec 1996 21:25:42 -0800 (pst)
>
>dragonman wrote:
>> so here is my thesis:  amy seems to be mellowing a bit with age.
>>
>> my evidence: chiapas bound and hey kind friend.  it seems to me that none of
>> amy's other officially released songs are nearly as melancholy as these.
>
>what about color me grey?  that whole album is mellow and melancholy to
>the utmost, and that's very early.  it could be more cyclical than
>mellowing "with age", and just represent a different vision that she's
>putting forth right now.  i mean, if she starts sounding like leonard
>cohen next album, i'll start to agree with you, :-) but judging by the
>demo tour boots, her performance hasn't mellowed.
>
>just a thought,
>tom
>
>---
>tomcat ____     i thought i'd seen someone who seemed at last
>       \ _/__   to know the truth
>        \\  /   i was mistaken
>          \/    only a child laughing in the sun
>                     -- david crosby

amy as a new, female leonard cohen - now that's a scary thought!  :)

:dwayne

djarrell@ix.netcom.com
"i don't know what you saw,
i want someone who can see me" - dar williams, "as cool as i am"

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reply-to:     alec <alec@pipeline.com>
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from:         alec <alec@pipeline.com>
subject:      concert db

i know some of you traders will probably already have a comprehensive
database of all the ig shows ever, but, supposing it doesn't exist, i'd
like to put something of the sort together...  ummm, to prevent random set
lists from flying in, i'd like to hear what people think, again supposing
this already hasn't been done, in which case it would be probably wasted
effort...  let me know,

alec

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from:         "elizabeth m. bolles" <wishmonstr@aol.com>
subject:      it's alright tab

hey,

i don't know if this has already been posted, but i've been here a month or
so and i haven't seen it, so i'll go on blind faith that i'm not the third
person to do this, or something.  in case you couldn't tell by the title,
this is the guitar tab to "it's alright."  i think it's pretty acurate . . .
it was little hard because the quality of the newport boot (thank you,
veronica!) left a little to be desired (like less people screaming), but my
guitar teacher and i figured it out together.  (i needed some guidence, okay,
i've only been playing a year.)  anyway, it's pretty straight foward and
simple, so i hope i'm not screwing this up.  and, thanks jen, for posting the
lyrics. =) now . . .
************************************************************
*it's alright*

in drop d tuning, so dadgbe.

g - x x x x x x x x x x x  x x
d - x x x x x x x x x x x  x x
a - 0 0 2 3 0 2 3 0 2 3 0 10 9     =   the riff (basicly)
d - 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0  0  0

  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

*riff*

d
it's alright forty days of rain
d
skin streched out from the growing pain
d
it'd be nice to have an explination
d
but it's alright

d
and it's alright if you hate that way
d
if you hate me 'cause i'm different
d
you hate me 'cause i'm gay
d
the truth of the matter come around one day
d
and it's alright

g                                         gm                       d
i look at this life line stretched way all across my hand
d                                e7
                                         g       a7
i look at the burned out empty like a plague across the land
g                                      gm                                 d
and for everything i learned there are two i don't understand
                                   e7
that's why i'm still on a search
e7
through the weather strewn church
e7                g                 a (7)
i'm doing the best that i can
(stop)
and it's alright

*riff*

d
it's alright, though we worry and fuss
d
we can't get over the hump, can't get over us
d
seems easier to push than let go and trust
d
but it's alright

d
when we get a little distant, some things get clearer
d
give 'em space some hearts grow nearer
d
i ran as hard as i could, still ended up here
d
and it's alright

                          g                       gm                      d
well i look at this life line stretched way all across my hand
                         e7
i look at the fires of hatred
                                          g
burning up the bounty of this beautiful land
                                     gm                        d
and i know i'm small in a way, but i know i'm strong
                  e7
and it's my thirst that brought me to the water
                               g              a(7)
i give it all up as she carries me on

and it's alright

*riff*

*bridge*: g a d x 2

(finger picking)
d
and it's alright if i feel afraid
                   e7
my plans in pieces, my plans mislaid
                          g
it's the will of the way

the will of the way
                      a
the will of the only way that could have brought me here today
(stop)
and it's alright

riff

*****************************************************

" . . . i do not catch the spark . . . "

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from:         larissa brown <larissab@earthlink.net>
subject:      yeah, what is up with that?

sadly,
my atalanta pride boot is 1 sided, too!!


hmmmm

-larissa


erica sang out:
> take care,
> erica
> who still wants, somehow,  to get side b of my atlanta pride boot.

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from:         rose west <nitelite6@aol.com>
subject:      nigc...melissa rocks sf!!!!

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forwarded message:
subj:    nigc...melissa rocks sf!!!!
date:    96-12-18 03:11:07 est
from:    nitelite6
to:      indigo-girls@netspace

well i just got back from the melissa etheridge concert in sf.  and it was
great!!
but then every time i have seen her she has been supendous.  she always gives
her all and doesn't hold anything back.  the concert was simulcast on a local
radio station...if i had known that before i got there i would have taped
it...oh well.  the show was close to 3 hours long.  near the middle of the
concert...she left the main stage and played on a stage near the back of the
concert hall...it was set up behind the sound board...every one left there
seats to be closer to her.  which meant the people in the front row....lost
out on their great view temporarily...and people like me (who were near the
back) got a better view of her!!  i recommend seeing melissa if you get a
chance.  although i think her last show is coming up in l.a. in the next day
or so.  of course melissa does not come close to being as great as the indigo
girls in concert!!!!!!!!!

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from:         greg matthew flamer <gflame@nwu.edu>
subject:      ramblings and an ig question

hi y'all--just had to say hi after being gone for a month.  that was the
longest i've ever been off the list and uninformed as far as ig goes.
after a day back on, i feel like i haven't missed too much which is nice.
        while home in new york, i discovered several things which i thought
i'd pass along:

1) new york is much better to visit than live--and cheaper!
2) i felt normal calling coke and pepsi "soda" again.  this midwest "pop"
thing was getting old. (thanks m for that survey)
3) i learned that you can meet really awesome people over the net and even
visit them in random places.  margaret, i love you!
4) i learned that you call women 'women' and not 'girls' on an all woman's
college campus (margaret taught me that).  :)  silly me.
5) i figured out that ig is a household name.  everyone i have met since so
came out way back when knows or has at least heard of ig.
6) finally, i have two ig related questions:
  a) did 1200 curfews ever go gold or even platinum?  just curious.
  b) i have been searching for elton john's version of mona lisas and mad
hatters.  i love the girls' version and want to hear the original.  anyone
know what album it's off of or where to get it?  thanks for any assistance.

great to be back in the swing.  now time to get a job already :).  take care

greg

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date:         wed, 18 dec 1996 04:39:54 -0500
reply-to:     audrey beth stein <abstein@force.stwing.upenn.edu>
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from:         audrey beth stein <abstein@force.stwing.upenn.edu>
subject:      sundara's continuing saga (nigc)

forwarded message:
|| from: sundara <smurphy@ups.edu>
|| it, if i make enough tips this week.  (the joys of waitressing)  so could
|| everyone please send me happy computer vibes so this computer works out,

happy computer vibes on their way....
complete with anagrams, because marianne thought sundara rose murphy could
use a few:

rush your ampersand
horny pus marauders
unsprayed rumor ash
harassed puny rumor
sharpens rumour day
sour hardy superman
daemon usurps harry  (pj, who's harry?)
prayers around hums
dynamo rash pursuer
(amy) ray's superhuman rod

sundara, you've got a good name for this anagram game.  sorry to anyone
who got only mediocre anagrams.....i might have missed the better ones,
but you can always go blame the 'rents for naming you without thinking of
the anagram consequences.  ;)

sincerely,
henry beatitudes

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date:         wed, 18 dec 1996 06:38:21 -0800
reply-to:     "kim: goddess in her own reality" <rcn@prcn.org>
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from:         "kim: goddess in her own reality" <rcn@prcn.org>
subject:      re: nigc: great picture of kd!

at 02:01 pm 12/18/96 +1000, julie wrote:
>sorry to rave on, but there is the gorgeous piccie of kd (complete with
>sailor tatt and singlet!) at http://www.gfriends.com
>well, i certainly enjoyed it... run, don't walk girls!!:-))
>
ummm... perhaps it's *way* too early in the morning fer me, or i havn't
had 'nuff coffee, or 'tis ( duh ) a combination of both, but i wanna
know what an xxx website has to do with the indigo-girls????
peace... kim
<><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><>
"don't tell me i'm burning the candle
at both ends... tell me where to get
more wax!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!"
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date:         wed, 18 dec 1996 10:22:41 -0400
reply-to:     "joan m. cyr" <jcyr@mit.edu>
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from:         "joan m. cyr" <jcyr@mit.edu>
subject:      re: my last word on anagrams (nigc)

ok, so i asked audrey to do the anagram thingy for me before i read jenn's
post which directed us to the web page.  anyway, audrey did it for me, and
she used my full name (...um...including my confirmation name...ok, so i'm
a recovering catholic...so shoot me...).  i think she came up with some
pretty interesting anagrams.  you be the judge...(actually, some are a
little on the embarrassing side, but we're all friends, right?)....   ;o)
i think i know what's going to be the hit of my christmas eve party....no,
not me!  (sheesh!).  my computer with the anagram web page up!   here goes:
>
> joan marie michelle cyr
>
>holier jimmy clearance
>creamier jolly machine
>jail my chameleon crier
>mere icy jello chairman
>chairmen calmly ire joe
>enjoy chillier acme ram

i make no comment....;o)   (none necessary....)

joni  :o)

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date:         wed, 18 dec 1996 09:33:34 -0600
reply-to:     kraichert@directs.com
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from:         kraichert@directs.com
subject:      re: sigc: nanci griffith

i'm sure this has been mentioned many times on here, but another list
member and i were discussing artists we listen to and i told her about
nanci griffith.  she's much softer than the girls, but she's damn
good.  and if you get the album *flyer* you get the song "these days
in an open book" which has ig singing backup, and it's just beautiful.

if anyone's interested i would be willing to copy album or song for
you off cd...

maren

     on this same note...for you midwesterners out there, she's coming to
     madison, here's the info!

     the civic center/ 211 state st. / madison, wi / (608) 266-9055 (aa)

     jan 27 mon 7:30 nanci griffith & the blue moon orchestra
     -tix dec 16, 11am-

     kira

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date:         wed, 18 dec 1996 11:05:37 -0500
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from:         galileo <tbranham@richmond.edu>
subject:      ig trivial pursuit (sp)

ok, i was sitting in my room last night with my roommate laughing about the
tickle me elmo commercial, and a thought came into my head!  with all of the
ig trivia questions that people have been throwing out, we could come up
with our own game of trivial pursuit!!  it is just another random thought!!!

everyone have a great holiday and a happy new year!  see you in january!!!

love and hugs
tucker (who is going to be so very lost without her new listee friends to
escape to in the pressures of going home to her way to conservative and
southern family)


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because you'd cry your eyes out
if you didn't
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organization: dis
subject:      re: nigc: great picture of kd!

kim: goddess in her own reality wrote:
>
> ...... but i wanna
> know what an xxx website has to do with the indigo-girls????

triple-x?? huh??? if girlfriends is xxx, then so is ladies home journal!

km

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subject:      re: nigc: great picture of kd!

at 10:39 am 12/18/96 -0800, kathy wrote:
>kim: goddess in her own reality wrote:
>>
>> ...... but i wanna
>> know what an xxx website has to do with the indigo-girls????
>triple-x?? huh??? if girlfriends is xxx, then so is ladies home journal!
lol!!!!! i be laughing big time at me-self here...:-)
what i said about the lack of coffee??? i shoulda' took my own advice...
i tapped in the wrong url ( thanx kirsten )
sigh... i think i'll just crawl under my as-of-late favorite rock and
snuggle with my e + a blankie...
peace y'all... kim (the now fully caffienated goddess) :-)
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at both ends... tell me where to get
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organization: quaker branch of the susan b. marine fan club
subject:      anagrams?  totally nigc

ok i'm clued out, but i want to make anagrams too! is this a web page
or something? i think larissa christine brown could make
*some*thing....hmmm'
help?

larissa

(who gets to go see the sappho project today and is *excited*)
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subject:      anagrams?  totally nigc (:er)

|| from: not a pretty girl <larissab@earthlink.net>
|| organization: quaker branch of the susan b. marine fan club

        i'm a penn quaker, and so is andi.....does that mean the quaker
branch of the sbmfc is ours too?

|| ok i'm clued out, but i want to make anagrams too! is this a web page
|| or something? i think larissa christine brown could make
|| *some*thing....hmmm'
|| help?

ok, for all those who skipped the original post, or asked where i got
this from.....i have an anagram program for the mac which is shareware.
i checked www.shareware.com and it doesn't appear to be there, though
they have other versions.  i don't know how well they work and i would
recommend checking for viruses if you try to download one.  jenn posted
the address of a web site which does anagrams on site.  i visited.  it
does not appear to have the dictionary power of my version, because it
couldn't find any three-word anagrams for larissa christine brown, when
of course we all know that

anarchists win broilers (but) anarchist winers broil (while) tribal
ascensions whirr (and) laborers win christians (in) historical winners
bras (and) librarians with censors  whirl inborn staircases.

there is a whole postmodern story within larissa christine brown.  you go
girl!

anyone who wants a copy of my program which, i repeat, is for a
*macintosh* can email me.....i am going to refresh my memory about the
various ways of sending it online, and if that doesn't work i'll copy
it.  (if you have boots i might want to attempt a semi-trade,
acknowledging of course that disks are generally cheaper than tapes.  if
you don't have boots, ahh, hell, i only have two classes next term so i
am feeling the warm fuzzies of the holiday gift-giving season.)

igc:
amy elizabeth ray = liberate hazy may = beam hazy reality
emily saliers = miseries ally = smile is early = airs semi-yell

there are more....these ones just struck me as interesting or perhaps
fitting.  fyi with middle names included there tend to be *thousands* of
anagram possibilities.  i haven't even explored all of mine, so dig in
and get creative.

yours,
henry beatitudes
a.k.a. audrey beth stein

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reply-to:     the zookeeper <meliason@ionet.net>
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from:         the zookeeper <meliason@ionet.net>
subject:      nigc: nanci griffith

i will not be making any tapes of nanci for anyone.  her music is
available in various places on the web so if you are interested, you
might want to look there.  you can certainly find clips of songs in
some of the "cd stores" that are commercial sellers of all sorts of
things (on the web).

i apologize for any offense taken at this offer.  i was merely
trying to share the wealth of a great artist.  i do understand that
it is illegal, and it does "hurt the artist" as someone suggested.

i am on several mailing lists, some for almost three years.  i am
aware that there are certain conventions one must follow in order
to be an accepted member.  and i am most aware, due to private
posts that i have received, that i have violated those rules.  for
that i am also sorry.  but i misunderstood something vital in this
list.  you see, it seemed to me that everyone was doing something
illegal by offering "boots."   by dictionary definition, to
"bootleg" is "to produce, distribute, or sell without permission
or illegally."  a "bootleg" is  "a product, especially alcoholic
liquor, that is illicitly produced, distributed, or sold."  in that
sense, every one of you that makes "boots" is doing something
illegal.  now, i understand the purpose of these boots, and i
guess you must be doing them with the artists' consent, because
otherwise you are doing something illegal.  i see the difference,
of course, between that and something commercially available,
but by definition, it is still illegal.  if you have permission,
then technically they are not really "bootlegs."

maren

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subject:      nicg: nanci griffith p.s.

by the way, i did read the faq, before i get flamed for that...
i understand what permissions you have, it's just the terminology
that is misleading.  it's the english teacher in me...gotta
have those definitions...

maren

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subject:      color me grey

i was hoping that someone could help me get a copy of color me grey.  it
seems that it is very difficult to come across so.... if someone would
be willing to help me out it would be much appreciated.

mary


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                                        -amy

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subject:      anagram url

so many people are emailing for the address so here it is again...jenn
originally put it up:

http://infobahn.com/pages/anagram.html

have a good day!

joni  :o)

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subject:      nigc my annagram ( hmmm)

hey all...
i turned in my name and got a truely canadian response... according to
annagram genius, kim karen fischer works out as: eh! i farm knickers...
lol!!!!
peace all, kim ( knicker farmer extroidinaire!!!)
<><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><>
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at both ends... tell me where to get
more wax!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!"
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from:         jendy <edwina@jax-inter.net>
subject:      help me name my bird!!!

hey there y'all! a few weeks ago everyone was kind enough to help someone
name her cat. could y'all please help me think of an ig related name for my
parakeet? he's a little blue parakeet with some green in his wings. i don't
know how else to describe him. he doesn't have much of a personality yet.
hopefully he'll get a personality. that is, if birds are inclined to do so.
right now all he does is sit around chirping and chewing on the bird cage.
any help would be appreciated.

jendy (whose gets the reply, "there are no anagrams possible with those
letters" whenever she tries to make an anagram of her name, even when using
first, middle, and last name, plus her confirmation name)

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from:         "lisa w. loutzenheiser" <lwloutze@students.wisc.edu>
subject:      telluride tape --october
in-reply-to:  <199612102357.saa07195@netspace.org>

my apologies to all you october folks who sent me info-- my email in box
got blitzed

please email me again

send me your name, and email address
whether you want to trade or do tapes  (i am really only interested in
excellent quality recent boots, sorry to be a snob) let me know what you
might have.

i haven't got lisa's tape yet, so this won't happen until just after
christmas  if y'all get your tapes to me:).

thanks, sorry again for the screw-up

lisa

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lwloutze@students.wisc.edu            to say what we have to say
university of wisconsin-madison       'cause if yor're not trying to make
                                something better  you are just in the way
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subject:      new boot offer

hey all,

  i just wanted to tell everyone that i owe boots to that they're on
their way. i finished my finals so i had time to do some major taping!
so i'm sorry about the wait:(
   also, in celebration(or regret) of my first year on the list i want to
offer up a couple of boots to newbies. i can only take ten or so
respones,sorry. so i'm offering the color me grey/white dot boot again or
the las cruces,nm show. so write back if you're interested.
merry christmas all,
ben

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from:         katherine grant <katherine.grant@yale.edu>
subject:      sigc:  nanci griffith...

just wanted to second whoever suggested nanci for ig fans.  _flyer_ and
_once in a very blue moon_  would be the ones i'd suggest... the others
are a bit more country-ish.  for some reason, one of my cats howls
whenever i play nanci, but nonetheless, she's well worth a listen.  great
guitar player, too.

kate

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subject:      nigc: california (la/sf) people have suggestions?

hi - my brother and i are soon to be wayward travellers in california and
i was wondering if anyone had some keen suggestions on places an ig fan
should see (good venues for ig-like tunes, or for that matter, good
venues) or things we should be sure to do while there... we'll be in los
angeles and san franciso from around the 27th till the 11th...

and if anyone feels like graciously offering their floors to a couple
tight-budgeted very well-behaved students, we'd be much obliged.  :-) and
i'll probably have the guitar. :-)

thanks,

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from:         rose west <nitelite6@aol.com>
subject:      need info:  levees that break my heart

well i have seen a lot of mail on the list referring to "levees that break my
heart" but i had not read any of that mail.  now i find out it is the name of
a cd!?!  now i am chargrined to have to ask someone what this cd is all
about?  any info would be appreciated.  thanks!!

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subject:      sbmfc (nigc)

audrey wrote:

> || from: not a pretty girl <larissab@earthlink.net>
> || organization: quaker branch of the susan b. marine fan club
>
>        i'm a penn quaker, and so is andi.....does that mean the quaker
>branch of the sbmfc is ours too?

ooh...yeah, & susan will be looking *so* cool in her new penn quakers
t-shirt, which should be in the mail shortly!  it's being paid for by fan
club dues... ;)

andi

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                              andrea lipman
                      e-mail: ablipman@sas.upenn.edu
               homepage: http://www.sas.upenn.edu/~ablipman

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    i should be writing a paper now about the legitimizing effects of
religion on society but...i'm not. so i think i have a few random
comments to make..........
1. i need a fan club. i don't know exactly why but i just do:)
2. i really do spend to much time on this damn list.if i flunk out of
school and end up working for a waste removal company i'm blaming it on
you guys.
3. cd recommendation of the day: ani difranco- "more joy,less shame". she
did it. i didn't think anyone could successfully pull of
folk-punk-orchestral-hiphop but she did it. which brings me to my quote
of the day.."everything i do is judged and mostly i am wrong.....oh well!"
4. i saw madonna on oprah the other day: i'm sorry the woman is glorified
white trash.(god, that was random)
5. oh i guess i need some ig content,huh..........ummmmmmmm.......i like
amy ray( in the voice of the little kid standing behind ralphy waiting
for santa claus in "a christmas story"...don't tell me you don't know
what i'm talking about.)

ok i'm sure i'll get flamed for wasting bandwidth but refer to that ani
quote for my response. flame away.
ben
" some amusing, yet emotional quote from an obscure folk singer or
cliched author or poet."

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reply-to:     audrey beth stein <abstein@force.stwing.upenn.edu>
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from:         audrey beth stein <abstein@force.stwing.upenn.edu>
subject:      re: random post (nigc)
in-reply-to:  <pine.sol.3.91.961218223241.24805a-100000@email1.asu.edu> from
              "verdi@imap2.asu.edu" at dec 18, 96 10:45:25 pm

|| 1. i need a fan club. i don't know exactly why but i just do:)

will someone please create alt.fan.ben for this young gentleman?  i am
too damn lazy to find the faq for creating alt groups.  (yes, folks, this
is a legal and conceivable thing to do.....if you are *really* bored go
read alt.fan.kieran-snyder to see what one of my former classmates did to
get her friends from all over to "meet" and chat.)  first face-to-face
club meeting for ben will take place this may on south street,
philadelphia, and you are all invited.

on a related note, in yet another moment of finals procrastination, i have
created the beth club and the supplemental beth club for all those people
who share my middle name.  do you think you belong?  let me know.  three
people from this list are already members.  "who?" you ask.  visit the web
page and find out:

http://www.stwing.upenn.edu/~abstein/beth


|| 3. cd recommendation of the day: ani difranco- "more joy,less shame". she
|| did it. i didn't think anyone could successfully pull of
|| folk-punk-orchestral-hiphop but she did it. which brings me to my quote
|| of the day.."everything i do is judged and mostly i am wrong.....oh well!"

everyone's been raving about this woman, so i plunked down twenty-ish
bucks to see her at penn even though i hadn't heard the music...i
couldn't make out any lyrics and was pretty disappointed (though it was
something just to watch her move around onstage).  but since then i've
heard bits from various cds and was impressed.  i guess i am inherently a
lyric person.  so i think i will skip future shows but i am going to buy a
cd or two.  please send recommendations by email.  :)

|| " some amusing, yet emotional quote from an obscure folk singer or
|| cliched author or poet."

"friends first before we are lovers, friends first taking our own sweet
time, friends first lay your head on my shoulder, tell me your story and
i'll tell you mine" -- fred small, yalie-turned-lawyer-turned-folksinger-
turned-unitarian minister

how obscure *is* fred small to this list?

later y'all,
audrey

promising more igc sometime, but *someone* has to make up for the
bandwidth not taken up by the unsubscribers.


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from:         "susan b. marine" <susan.b.marine@dartmouth.edu>
subject:      booting et al

maren wrote:
if you have permission,
then technically they are not really "bootlegs."
-----end of quoted material-------
while we do have quasi permission, from amy and emster, we most certainly do
not have permission from the wankers at concert venues who like to steal our
recorders away :)

i still recall a very nice ig fan, holding on to the end of his recorder as it
was being yanked away from him, but holding on for dear life...and shouting
"noooo! you can't do this! many people are counting on me!"


all i want is your extra time and your....

susanna
....who is going to be forced to kick bryant gumbel's sorry ass for almost
making "used to be prince " cry!!!

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subject:      re: pgh boot

i am the one looking for a pittsburg boot from around 1988-89 -- a show at
the syria mosque (i think i said masonic temple in my first post). if anyone
knows if one exists, please e-mail me privately.  thanks.
maria

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subject:      nigc birthdays

hello all,
big huge apologies from the bg, who has been very backed up on account of
finals and getting outta town.  but now she's finally got some time, so:

december 11
phite@cybergate.net
happy 18th!!
it's not pictures of privilege, it's just self-preservation
i don't want you to feel any obligation
it feels so funny to be free...

december 12
jefrankel@ucdavis.edu (jill frankel)
happy birthday, jill!!
are they coming for us with cameras or guns
we don't know which but we've got to run
you say this is not what i bargained for...

webbc@eniac.seas.upenn.edu
happy birthday!!
but you would only feed upon the things which feed a fire
waiting to see if i'd burn...

december 14
s306089@student.uq.edu (michelle paddy)
happy birthday, michelle!!
and there's always retrospect to light a clearer path
every 5 years or so i look back on my life
and i have a good laugh...

december 22 (the bg knows this is early, but hannah (fantabulous sister of
no doubt fame) is having her bat mitzvah on sunday (the 22nd), so between
now and then everybody has to panic and get ready for it, so who knows when
will be the next time this computer will be turned on.)
ahem.
december 22
sharney@smith.smith.edu
happy birthday!!
never shoulda read my horoscope
or the fortune on the bubble gum strip
saying what you think won't happen will
great thing to read before a trip--on an airplane...

also lisa from microsoft's bday passed by somewhere in there, the 7th or the
11th, possibly, the bg can't recall, but happy 32nd, lisa!!

have an indigo year!

love,
marliss

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subject:      i girl's christmas message :)

ok, i'm digging *way* down into my bag of christmas decorations and here is a
little christmas cheer from years gone by on the ig list.  it was a post sent
to the list last year at this time and wow it seems like years ago :)
anyhoo, hope you all enjoy it and also i hope it hasn't been posted before
this year 'cuz i have been a digest customer and of course i have been
deleting stuff like crazy.  it's just not the same as getting a gazillion
individual messages :)  have a good one :)

jude :)

to:             <indigo-girls@netspace.org>
from:           heidid4660@aol.com
subject:        ig holiday cheer: i-girl's xmas gift list
date:           friday, december  8, 1995 10:52:01 est
okay folks -
the list is getting a wee bit contentious of late, so i bring you glad
tidings of holiday cheer: it's time to re-post one of my favorite i-girl
missives.  here is a humorous holiday epic featuring fabulous ig merchandise
that we'd all love to own.

happy reading everyone ... hope this is relevant enough ;-).

heidi

--------------------------------------------------------
from: i-girl <ig@nuacvm.acns.nwu.edu>
date: thu, 22 dec 94 14:18:53 cdt
subject: the one gift which i'd adore

need some last-minute gift ideas?  having trouble shopping for that special
indigo girls fan on your list?  well, fret no more, because for a very
limited time you can order any of the following delightful items, each
designed with the insatiable ig fan in mind.  please read on for
descriptions:

for the child in everyone, we offer adorable amy and emily action figures!
amy is ready to jam in her ripped jeans with embroidered jacket (jangling
beads and silver ring sold separately), while emily sports her trademark
overalls and a white t-shirt.  each comes with six guitars tuned in weird
keys.  amy's strings pre-broken at factory.  (sorry, sara lee not available.)

hate getting up in the morning?  well you'll rise and shine cheerfully with
our new "first to praise the sun" _talking_ alarm clock!  forget those shrill
buzzing alarms.  let amy wake you up *gently* with her calm assertion:  "um,
you're actually supposed to get up now.  but do whatever you feel comfortable
with."

surprise your friends with a package of our homemade fat-free bran muffins.
they're so delicious!  and they might be similar to muffins amy or emily
might have eaten once!

have you ever felt self-conscious at an ig show because you don't have "that
hair"?  well you can say goodbye to your insecurity with our exclusive
miracle wigs.  that's right. just slip one on before the next show, and watch
as you're instantly transformed!  you're sure to fit right in!  then
discreetly remove the wig afterwards, and no one but your date will be the
wiser.  you really can have "that hair"! in medium brown.  unisex.

been too happy lately?  need a good cry?  well, now there's "the very essence
of pain", a new compilation of the igs' most depressing songs.  let amy and
emily get you down with old heartbreakers like "hey jesus" and "blood and
fire", as well as newer ones like "fare thee well" and "ghost".  best of all,
the songs are carefully sequenced to *maximize* your feelings of emptiness
and despair.  you won't find a glimmer of hope here--no "watershed" or
"galileo" to diffuse your pain--just your favorite downers, back to back.
order several copies,  and share the agony with your friends!  coffee and
cigarettes not included.

well, those are the goods.  unfortunately, however, the time during which
they were available for purchase was so very limited that it actually expired
just now.  we regret the inconvenience.

-- from i-girl, who brings you glad tidings of great joy .... because "great
tidings of glad joy" just didn't make any sense..

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from:         candice gohn <cgohn@olympus.net>
subject:      album covers

okay y'all, i need to take advantage of your infinite knowledge.  i'm up-dating the covers to my boot collection (heh.  a lot of spare time on my hands...), and i'm trying to do pictures on most of them.  i was surfing the other day, trying to find some appropriate ones, and i stumbled across a site that had what seemed like the covers to every ig single that's ever been made.  silly greta of course, in her excitement, didn't bookmark it though, and now it seems to have vanished.  does anybody know its address?  i didn't make it all up, i promise...

thanks (...can't resist...) y'all...

...still mentally dancing barefoot in the mud...
greta

"how can i relate?  i can't relate!  i gotta relate!  i gotta relate!" -a. ray

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subject:      tickle-me telluride!  (nigc)

attention!  i'm the february branch of the telluride tape tree, and i'm
sorry to inform all you piceans that i will be unable to dub between now
and the end of the year, as i have graciously given up my bedroom for
visiting relatives, and that's where my dubbing equipment is.  so, like our
friend elmo < giggle giggle shake shake>, there will be no february branch
dubs before the end of the year (all together:  "aaaawwww!") (except for
you, deb o'donoghue!  i got your tape yesterday and was able to do it last
nite!  the early bird gets the black beans and rice...)

if you absolutely need the tape between now and 1/1/97, you may nicely ask
the february overflow person mel (mellie2@aol.com) [hope that's ok mel!]
otherwise, send me your 90 min tape and sase, and i promise to crank them
out asap after 1/1/97!

sorry for the inconveience everyone!

joni  :o)

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subject:      nigc carolyn's thesis
x-cc:         egg@u.washington.edu

hi everybody,
i just have to rave about carolyn b/c i get to read her thesis right now and
she is soooooooooo smart and i am soooooooooo impressed at her general
niftiness.  and i'm not just saying this because i'm in it. ;) :) carolyn
rocks and rolls and folks and grooves and everything!
everybody should write (egg@u.washington.edu) and tell her exactly how
wonderful she is.
love,
karey
(usually known as karey weisman eals <karey@u.washington.edu>)

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                                       --carolyn, when i called her late at
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subject:      nigc: a little ellen and my farewell (for now) post

yes my truest darlings, it is such a sad moment in my life, but today i
must leave the list for a month to spend those long vacation days camped
out at mom's house, curled up on the couch, finally with a spare hour to
watch rosie in the afternoons.
        speaking of rosie, did you guys watch ellen?  (rosie--->ellen, hm,
my train of thought.....)  for the benefit of those who did not see ellen
last night but wondered what the hint was....it was wonderful!!!  at the
very last scene, after the show is over, and they show half a screen with
a scene and the other half of the screen has credits, y'know, ellen & her
pals were exchanging x-mas gifts, and ellen received a copy of her new
comedy cd "taste this" (did you guys know about that?  yay!  ellen on
cd!), and she started going off about how much she liked that ellen
degeneres, what a good program, and then she said, "i wonder if the rumors
are true?"  hee hee!  i was so excited.
        so on that happy note i will leave y'all (okay, not really, i'll
check my e-mail after  my last final this afternoon, too, but this is my
official buh-bye now i'll see you in a month post.  sorry for the
bandwidth, but as a member of the sbm fan club, i feel i deserve it (wink,
wink).
        p.s. brownie points to anyone who responds before 5pm with the
answer to: where did i get the quote in my .sig and who sings these lyrics
written by roma ryan??
        ta ta, darlings

;) marianne
        "on my way home i remember only good days.
         on my way home i remember all the best days.
         i'm on my way home
         i can remember every new day."
                --roma ryan

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from:         mediancat <bbertiaux@spectrumctls.com>
subject:      re: nigc carolyn's thesis

so, can we ascertain from this that you will soon be founding and presiding
over the carolyn fan club? ;-)

betsy (who wants to change her name to $@!#% so people will refer to me as
"used to be called betsy")


>hi everybody,
>i just have to rave about carolyn b/c i get to read her thesis right now and
>she is soooooooooo smart and i am soooooooooo impressed at her general
>niftiness.  and i'm not just saying this because i'm in it. ;) :) carolyn
>rocks and rolls and folks and grooves and everything!
>everybody should write (egg@u.washington.edu) and tell her exactly how
>wonderful she is.
>love,
>karey
>(usually known as karey weisman eals <karey@u.washington.edu>)

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..you see turning off the light switch is their only power
      when we stand like spotlights in a mighty tower
                       all for one and one for all
                    then we sing the common call.....
                                                             e. saliers
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from:         tom jobes <tomcat@netcom.com>
subject:      fred small (nigc)
in-reply-to:  <199612190635.baa20597@force.stwing.upenn.edu> from "audrey beth
              stein" at dec 19, 96 01:35:11 am

henry beatitudes wrote:
> "friends first before we are lovers, friends first taking our own sweet
> time, friends first lay your head on my shoulder, tell me your story and
> i'll tell you mine" -- fred small, yalie-turned-lawyer-turned-folksinger-
> turned-unitarian minister
>
> how obscure *is* fred small to this list?

i've seen him once when he played a little cafeteria at harvard about '89 or
'90.  i remember liking him, but i never actually went out in search of his
records.  any recommendations?

tom

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subject:      looking for video.........

does anyone have the video that was taken during the indigo girls fan tour
june 1994?  i know someone was taping throughout the tour & especially the
party in the conference room in the hotel in newark, nj. please, please can
anyone help out with this?
thanks
jean

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subject:      february branch - telluride

just read my emails and wanted to let everyone (who needs the february branch
that is) know that it's no problem with me to pick up the "overflow"  if you
can't wait until january.

the melster

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from:         marianne barlow <mlb1@axe.humboldt.edu>
subject:      nigc: output of your job "mlb1" (fwd)

the saddest sight my eyes can see....

>signoff indigo-girls
>you have been removed from the indigo-girls list

the funny thing about it is that i'm still posting, ha ha!
actually i just wanted to say bye again and tell you the answer to my .sig
quote question.  the lyrics are sung by enya, who composes all the music
and plays all the instruments and sings all the vocals, but roma ryan
writes the words.  fyi.  kay now i'm really leaving.  bye!  bye sundara,
when i come back you better have a new @ddress....

;) marianne
        "on my way home i remember only good days.
         on my way home i remember all the best days.
         i'm on my way home
         i can remember every new day."
                --roma ryan

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subject:      my friend's dad's ig comment...

my friend just wrote to me, "oh -- random tangential thought -- my  dad
knows the father of one of the indigo girls.  he's always asking me,
"what's the name of that group that [guy he knows]'s daughter is in?  the
purple women?"  and i always tell him, no, indigo girls! but he always
forgets again."

hee hee...  so i asked her if it was a or e's dad, & she said, "i think my
dad knows don saliers -- he's a minister, i think?  or something
church-related, which is why my dad knows him."  too cool!

btw, i'm going home tomorrow for break, so i won't be on the list for
awhile.  but i'm not unsubbing, so i'll come back to millions of digests!
i'll miss all of you... :)

andi

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                              andrea lipman
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date:         thu, 19 dec 1996 23:36:12 -0500
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subject:      guards, nigc

> maren wrote:
>  if you have permission,
> then technically they are not really "bootlegs."
> -----end of quoted material-------
> while we do have quasi permission, from amy and emster, we most certainly
do
> not have permission from the wankers at concert venues who like to steal
our
> recorders away :)

reminds of the one time i met a very kind security guard at a concert...
most of them are power-hungry sadists who enjoy making fans stand in
freezing weather an hour and a half past the time the doors should have
opened... but anyway at a tmbg concert this one guard standing in front of
me (front row!! me! in the front row! brian doherty waved at me!), after
making sure no other evil representatives of authority were looking,
actually handed a tape recorder back to a guy, after it slipped out of his
coat pocket and fell in front of the railing... i couldn't believe my
eyes... teach me to stereotype people that way :)

peace and happy bootleg-listening

(ar|

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subject:      map release date?

not to go starting any rumors, but a friend of mine heard that the map
release date has been set for april 8th, and i'm wondering if anybody can
confirm that.
i have no clue how reliable this info is, and i could easily be misinformed!
anybody else hear a date?

~abigail

"i'm just mad about 14,
  14's mad about me!" ~donovan

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subject:      carolyn's niftiness (and igc, i sorta' promise)
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karey-going-by-many-names posted:

>i just have to rave about carolyn b/c i get to read her thesis right now and
>she is soooooooooo smart and i am soooooooooo impressed at her general
>niftiness.  and i'm not just saying this because i'm in it. ;) :) carolyn
>rocks and rolls and folks and grooves and everything!
>everybody should write (egg@u.washington.edu) and tell her exactly how
>wonderful she is.

        from slightly north of karey, jeni and i concur and hereby cast our
worthless and carry-zero-weight votes for carolyn to be the next guitar tech
for indigo girls.  besides, it is more syllables to chant than "sully! sully
sully!"

tracy <in desperate need of pasta which takes waaay too long to cook when
one is starvin'>

"the story was not very solid,
        and one man was too stupid to sympathize with."

                -- jeni saulino, 2-10-94

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subject:      what a spring....
in-reply-to:  <961120215157_1184259209@emout18.mail.aol.com>

    so the other day i was reading a post that said dar is coming out
with a new cd in june. so that means dar, ani and ig are
all coming out with new cd's this spring. life is just too perfect
sometimes(well at least in a folk music aspect).
ben

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subject:      re: help me name my bird!!!

hey y'all! thanks for suggesting names for my birdie. i got sooooo many
suggestions. i knew y'all would come through for me. it was a really tough
decision because i got so many interesting suggestions. i think i'll take
joni's advice and call him indigo because he's blue. he kinda "looks" like
an indigo.

i had a few suggestions for sejarez, one for iguana (not ig-related but cute
anyhow. maybe for the next bird), a few for ray, one for mr e. (which i
thought was cute), and one for fugitive. the most interesting one was
suggested by kirsten who said i should name him "heartbeat" (as in, "my
heartbeat like the rage of wild birds in a cage"). doncha love it?

indigo it is!! thanks everyone!

jendy (who actually can make her name into an anagram, with help from audrey:)

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subject:      trivia again

        hi y'all...

        it's another late night for me...and what better way to keep myself busy
than post yet another trivia question (but still in no way do i attempt
to usurp the trivia throne from others <<g>)


    <color><param>ffff,0000,0000</param>        ***in the girls' early career,
they shared their hotel room...who snored and where did the other seek
refuge???***

</color>

        take care and once again, email me privately to spare the list and i'll
post the answers...


                peace,


                        jen

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subject:      march 4

on the bus to work this morning, i was reading the nauary issue of ice
magazine (more like a newsltter reallt).  in their list of relase
dates, i spied:

march 4 indigo girls, get out the map

this is all the info on this release in this issue.  this is a pretty
reliable source, though that doesnt mean the date is etched in stone,
but at least we have something to look forward to now.

also in this issue, under the coutnry column ws"

atlanta's country rock outfit the vidalias return with a new album,
stayin' in the doghouse, on feb 11 among the tunes are a cover of
the ramones "questioningly" and a duet with amy ray of indigo girls
("what a nice surprise").

the band is listed as being on upstart records.

ice does have have a web site at http://www.icemagazine.com/ice

happy friday!
                          _________
amy p.                    \       /     who holds your hand
pegasus@crl.com            \     /      when you're alone
monk@world.std.com          \   /
the original photo monk      \ /                --patty larkin

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from:         michael reynolds <asl@umcs.maine.edu>
subject:      re: march 4
x-to:         pegasus@crl.com
in-reply-to:  <pine.sun.3.91.961220063122.4667a-100000@crl.crl.com> from "amy
              j. putnam" at dec 20, 96 06:35:40 am

hopefully they change that date -- u2 releases their new album that day,
which various snippets can already be heard online -- i think, no matter how
incredible the ig album is -- they cant -- and should not have to deal with
being number two to u2!
jmnsho
mike r.
peace to all..

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subject:      hey you lesbian freaks!

hey muff biters!

   how's it hanging? err, i mean, how's it drippin'? so tell me,
who's on top tonight?


                               earl spornscnitts

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subject:      re: march 4

at 06:35 am 12/20/96 -0800, amy wrote:
>on the bus to work this morning, i was reading the nauary issue of ice
>magazine
ummm? i just wanna know... does nauary come before or after december, and
does it have 30 or 31 days???? this could change my whole perception of
time, and just how old i really am!!! wow... this would make me at least two
and 1/2 years younger!!!! woo hooo!!!!! ( i hope this isn't a cruel hoax...
) :-)
sorry, amy :-)... my ascorbic ( hack choke cough ) wit got in the way...
>
>march 4 indigo girls, get out the map
wonderful news... wonderful!!! i am really looking forward to this:-)
peace all... kim
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chairs, and i am a cat with a *very* long tail."
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subject:      tsssk... gross post.

there is a lot of ignorance in this world... i am amazed that the "person"
who sent that last disgusting post actually functions on a leval that allows
him/her the use of his/her hands to type. know what i mean vern?
kim
<><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><>
"don't tell me i'm burning the candle
at both ends... tell me where to get
more wax!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!"
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subject:      re: march 4th

>march 4 indigo girls, get out the map

yay! i'm as ecstatic as everyone to hear this, but do y'all realize that we've been calling the album by the wrong title?  whoops (...tell me this doesn't mean i have to relinquish my status as resident chimacum indigo freak...).

...starting a countdown...
& still mentally dancing barefoot in the mud (although it does get a bit chilly this time of year)...
greta

"oh god.  serious karma trouble."  -a. ray

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subject:      re: march 4th

>>march 4 indigo girls, get out the map
>
>yay! i'm as ecstatic as everyone to hear this, but do y'all realize that
>we've been >calling the album by the wrong title?  whoops (...tell me this
>doesn't mean i have >to relinquish my status as resident chimacum indigo
>freak...).

my guess is that the mag/newsletter/whatever has the title wrong. afterall,
the shirts on the demo tour simply said "map", and both a&e have said the
title is "map". i'm sticking with "map".

deb

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subject:      re: hey you lesbian freaks!

does anyone else smell a flame session coming on?

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at 10:41 am 12/20/96, dawn kivisto wrote:
>does anyone else smell a flame session coming on?

you know, if we start a flame session, we acknowledge the statement, and
frankly, i don't think we should stoop to his neanderthal level or play
into his hand.  such small people should not even be acknowledged.

have a nice holiday everyone!

joni  :o)

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subject:      re: march 4
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does anyone really think it will be out on march 4th?  since this is the
first date that has been given, i would guess it will change at least twice
before the real release.

---derek

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my dear friends,

as i write this note to you, cincinnati has just had its first light
dusting of snow, reminding us that winter is truly upon us, with the low
gray clouds and frigid winds. the wind rattles my windows a little as it
explores my house, but even so, my house is cozy, warm, and dry and i am
settling in by the glowing christmas lights tonight to write these lines.

looking back over the past year, my life continues to be a wonderful,
challenging, unpredictable adventure, which, if you're reading this,
obviously involves you.

---

in 1996, i travelled around to see the largest portion of the world that
i have seen yet, as i spent time in france, england, all over ohio
(including scenic piqua) georgia, chicago, california, and many places in
between. everywhere i turn, all the beauty just keeps shaking me.

on new year's eve of last year, i was in atlanta, georgia listening to
some of the finest amature music in the country, and visiting with marsha
& perry & jeff down at rainy day records, the neatest off-beat music
store that i know of. in my limited scope, that was the ideal way to
start off 1996, a year full of excitement, change, and surprise.

soon after that, i jetted to england to visit with a good friend and his
family. i saw sights, heard sounds, ate food, drank libations, and
generally spent time with some of the nicest people in that country.
while in england, i went with my hosts to brighton pier, which is a giant
pier that extends far into the english channel. some of my fondest
memories from that trip are from brighton pier, sitting on the smooth
stoney beach with chris and christine, eating (what else?) fish & chips
with the sauce dripping down our hands, talking, and listening to the
surf. that is a great memory for me -- enjoying the environment with two
terrific people half a world away from my home. toward the end of my
visit, i was a participant in chris & christine's beautiful wedding
ceremony, which was a great honor.

on the flights to and from england, the fine employees of the customs
agencies took a great interest in the jean-clad, canvas-coat wearing,
long-haired, bearded freak striding through their chutes -- i was
detained both leaving and entering the country. thankfully, no one
thought a strip-search was necessary, however, my clothing and other
belongings were given a through going-over by the customs chap as i was
attempting to come back to the good old us of a. he was convinced that i
was hiding something; he seemed honestly disappointed to find nothing
more nefarious than a few cans of english hard cider in my luggage.

in april, i went with my parents to california for a visit with my
brother, josh. we visited lots of places while there, from a couple of
'location shots' used by alfred hitchcock for his film the birds in
bodega, to the majestic and scenic jenner and the russian river, to the
golden gate bridge and the ivy room (don't ask). and, while we were in
california, we celebrated the marriage of my brother and allison, and
welcomed allison and her beautiful daughters whitney & brianna into our
family. for those of you who can appreciate the astronomical unlikelehood
of this statement, josh tied the knot! it still gives me the shivers to
think of my brother being a (gasp) married man!

other big news from the vogel front... in june, i purchased a house in
northern kentucky. from my home office, i can -almost- see the beautiful
cincinnati skyline. i'm one block south of the great view, but that's
close enough for me -- i can walk over to the view if i need to. the home
i bought is a two story brick with 3 bedrooms, 1 and 1/2 bath, three
stained glass windows, porch, deck, rookwood fireplace, complete basement
and (somewhat) finished attic. a lot of the 'fundemental' repair work has
been done, so i am concentrating on the 'fun' stuff -- decorating and
putting the finishing touches on the house. please stop by and see me and
stanley the wonder dog (tm). we'd love to show you our place!

i am still happily working at the university of cincinnati office of
undergraduate admissions. i finished another 'recruitment season' in
early december. for the uninitiated, a 'recruitment season' is when
intrepid admissions officers ("aos") travel all over, taking the good
news about our institutions out to high school students. this year, as in
previous years, i spent about 10 weeks out on the road with my
colleagues. one of the highlights of life on the road is the time spent
with admissions personnel from other colleges and universities. there is
a large group of aos with whom i travel, and we are a family on the road.
those fine folks make life on the road bearable, even (dare i say it?)
desirable. their company and friendship mean the world to me, and the
wonderful meals we eat while out make sure that i'm forever on a diet!

---

as i close this letter, dear friends, i am mindful of the meaning of this
holiday season, and in that spirit, i consider all of you to whom this
letter will travel, and the profound impact you have had (and continue to
have) on my life. to say i am grateful for all of you does not begin to
describe my feelings.

sitting here, listening to the wonderful, meloncholy strains of over the
rhine's christmas recording, the darkest night of the year, i thank god
for giving me such a wonderful group of people that i am proud to call my
friends.

yours,
andrew vogel

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drew vogel: admissions officer at university of cincinnati undergraduate
admissions (call 800-827-8728), actor, director, ibm fanatic, documentation
author, dog (jrt) lover, single guy, & much, much more! try my home page at
"http://ucunix.san.uc.edu/~vogelap"          "the only way out is through."

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subject:      nigc - happy holidays

got this from another list and had to send it to you guys...

<><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><>

     on the twelfth day of christmas, my true love gave to me: twelve
     drummers drumming

                         .-}        .-}        .-}
                       |_|        |_|        |_|
                       (_)        (_)  __    (_) .---.
                       | \ .--.   | \.'  '.  | \/     \
                       |\_|--o )  |\_|--o  ; |\_|--o   |
                       |:| '--'   |:|'.__.'  |:|\     /
                       |:|        |:|        |:| '---'
                       |:|_       |:|_       |:|_
                   ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

             .-.   .-.   .-.   .-.   .-.   .-.   .-.   .-.   .-.
             |m|   |e|   |r|   |r|   |y|   |x|   |m|   |a|   |s|
             (_)   (_)   (_)   (_)   (_)   (_)   (_)   (_)   (_)
            /\y/\ /\y/\ /\y/\ /\y/\ /\y/\ /\y/\ /\y/\ /\y/\ /\y/\
            [xxx] [xxx] [xxx] [xxx] [xxx] [xxx] [xxx] [xxx] [xxx]
             |||   |||   |||   |||   |||   |||   |||   |||   |||
             |||   |||   |||   |||   |||   |||   |||   |||   |||
            _|||_ _|||_ _|||_ _|||_ _|||_ _|||_ _|||_ _|||_ _|||_
           ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

     eleven pipers piping
         _     _     _     _     _     _     _     _     _     _     _
       ,/_)  ,/_)  ,/_)  ,/_)  ,/_)  ,/_)  ,/_)  ,/_)  ,/_)  ,/_)  ,/_)
        (")   (")   (")   (")   (")   (")   (")   (")   (")   (")   (")
        /i\   /i\   /i\   /i\   /i\   /i\   /i\   /i\   /i\   /i\   /i\
       (/^\) (/^\) (/^\) (/^\) (/^\) (/^\) (/^\) (/^\) (/^\) (/^\) (/^\)
        |||   |||   |||   |||   |||   |||   |||   |||   |||   |||   |||
        |||   |||   |||   |||   |||   |||   |||   |||   |||   |||   |||
       _|||_ _|||_ _|||_ _|||_ _|||_ _|||_ _|||_ _|||_ _|||_ _|||_ _|||_
      ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

     ten lords a-leaping

                                   w              w
                    w              0__           \0__
                   \0__     w     /|_     w      /_
                   /_     __0/  '\/ /    \0_  '\/ /    w
                '\/ /      /_       '    /_       '  __0/
                    '   '\/  \,         _\ \,         /_
                     w                 '           '\/  \,
                    \0__      w                 w
                    /_        0__       w      \0__
                   _\ \,     /|_      __0/      |_
                  '        '\/  \,     /_      _\ \,
                                    '\/ /,    '

     nine ladies dancing

                                                            |~
                          ()                       ()      0' |~
                  ()    _/)(\_           ()      _/)(\_      0'
                _/)(\_   /^^\    ()    _/)(\_     /""\
                 /~~\   /____\ _/)(\_   /''\     /____\
                /____\          /""\   /____\   ()
                        ()     /____\         _/)(\_      ()
              |~      _/)(\_           ()      /^^\     _/)(\_
             0' |~     /''\          _/)(\_   /____\     /~~\
               0'     /____\          /~~\              /____\
                                     /____\

     eight maids a-milking


               __.----.       __.----.        __.----.        __.----.___
     (\(__)/)-'     (\(__)/)-'      (\(__)/)-'      (\(__)/)-'        --'
      '(uu)'      _  '(dd)'       _  '(gg)'       _  '(vv)'       _   |
       )  (      (|)  )  (       (|)  )  (       (|)  )  (       (|)  |
      (o  o)     8~8 (o  o)      8~8 (o  o)      8~8 (o  o)      8~8 ,/
       '--'\_    (__).'--'\_    (__).''--'\_    (__).''--'\_    _(__)|
            '|||~~/\||     '|||~~/\||      '|||~~/\||      '||~|| /\||
      ^'^'^'^'^'^'^'^'^'^'^'^'^'^'^'^'^'^'^'^'^'^'^'^'^'^'^'^'^'^'^'^'^
               __.----.       __.----.        __.----.       __.----.___
     (\(__)/)-'      (\(__)/)-'     (\(__)/)-'     (\(__)/)-'        ;--'
      '(99)'       _  '(66)'      _  '(aa)'      _  '(ee)'        _  |
       )  (       (|)  )  (      (|)  )  (      (|)  )  (        (|) |
      (o  o)      8~8 (o  o)     8~8 (o  o)     8~8 (o  o)       8~8,/
       '--'\_    (__).''--'\_    (__).'--'\_    (__).'--'\_    _(__)|
            '|||~~/\||      '|||~~/\||     '|||~~/\||     '||~|| /\||
      ^'^'^'^'^'^'^'^'^'^'^'^'^'^'^'^'^'^'^'^'^'^'^'^'^'^'^'^'^'^'^'^'^


   seven swans a-swimming

            ___     ___     ___     ___     ___     ___     ___
           /,_ \   /,_ \   /,_ \   /,_ \   /,_ \   /,_ \   /,_ \    _,
           |/ )/   |/ )/   |/ )/   |/ )/   |/ )/   |/ )/   |/ )/   / |
             //  _/ |//  _/  //  _/  //  _/  //  _/  //  _/  //  _/  |
            / (_/   / (_/   / (_/   / (_/   / (_/   / (_/   / (_/   _)
           /   '   /   '   /   '   /   '   /   '   /   '   /   '   _/)
           \  ~=3d-  \  ~=3d-  \  ~=3d-  \  ~=3d-  \  ~=3d-  \  ~=3d-  \
       ~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~

     six geese a-laying
         __         __         __         __         __         __
       >(' )      >(' )      >(' )      >(' )      >(' )      >(' )
         )/   ,     )/   ,     )/   ,     )/   ,     )/   ,     )/   ,
        /(____/\   /(____/\   /(____/\   /(____/\   /(____/\   /(____/\
       /        ) /        ) /        ) /        ) /        ) /        )
       \ '  =3d~~/  \ '  =3d~~/  \ '  =3d~~/  \ '  =3d~~/  \ '  =3d~~/  \
        '---y-' __ '---y-' __ '---y-' __ '---y-' __ '---y-' __ '---y-' __
           ~~' (__)   ~~' (__)   ~~' (__)   ~~' (__)   ~~' (__)   ~~'(__)

     five golden rings

                         .-.   .-.   .-.   .-.   .-.
                        ((_)) ((_)) ((_)) ((_)) ((_))
                         '-'   '-'   '-'   '-'   '-'

     four calling birds

                      ___       ___       ___       ___
                     ('v')     ('v')     ('v')     ('v')
                    ((   ))   ((   ))   ((   ))   ((   ))
                  -/-"---"---/-"---"---/-"---"---/-"---"--

     three french hens

                         (\  }\   (\  }\   (\  }\
                        (  \_('> (  \_('> (  \_('>
                        (__(=3d_)  (__(=3d_)  (__(=3d_)
                           -"=3d      -"=3d      -"=3d


     two turtle doves
                                _      _
                               <')_,/ <') ,/
                               (_=3d=3d/  (_=3d=3d/
                                =3d'-    =3d'-

     and a partridge in a pear tree
                                 _
                                ('>
                                /))@@@@@
                               /@"@@@@@()@
                              @@()@@()@@@@
                              @@@o@@@@()@@@
                              @()@@\@@@()@@
                               @()@||@@@@@
                                 @@||@@@
                                   ||
                           ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

----------------

connie & todd tsuchiya
tsuch002@maroon.tc.umn.edu

        *****
     ***  *  ***
    **    *    **
   **     *     **
   *      *      *
   **    / \    **
    **  /   \  **
     ***     ***
        *****

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date:         fri, 20 dec 1996 12:07:34 est
reply-to:     oh susanna <oh.susanna@dartmouth.edu>
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from:         "susan b. marine" <susan.b.marine@dartmouth.edu>
subject:      shoot the homophobe (nigc)

--- moronic buttwipe from another planet wrote:
hey muff biters!

   how's it hanging? err, i mean, how's it drippin'? so tell me,
who's on top tonight?
--- end of quoted material ---
gawd, whatta loser. anyway, muff biting hurts!

susanna
wishing every one a happy hollyday whatever yer persuasion!

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reply-to:     lorinda wright <wright@biodec.wustl.edu>
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from:         lorinda wright <wright@biodec.wustl.edu>
subject:      re: hey you lesbian freaks!
x-to:         "joan m. cyr" <jcyr%mit.edu@wuvmd.wustl.edu>
in-reply-to:  <v02140b0eaee05ac01c4a@[18.142.0.27]>

> >does anyone else smell a flame session coming on?
>
> you know, if we start a flame session, we acknowledge the statement, and
> frankly, i don't think we should stoop to his neanderthal level or play
> into his hand.  such small people should not even be acknowledged.

actually, i doubt mr. shit-for-brains even reads the list, and so flaming
him on the list wouldn't accomplish anything. he's just a bored little
boy who happened across our address and thought he'd rile us up. (notice
as i say this that i _did_ flame him publicly, so i guess i'm not even
taking my own advice. oh well. :)

folkisgruven,
lorindigo


still driving...
lorinda wright           the trouble in my head is getting closer and closer
washington university     to my legs i've got to walk it out. and the trouble
st. louis, mo             with my heart is that i can't rip it out. and the
                          trouble with myself is that i don't know me.
                                                        -melissa ferrick
                    i will not be complacent

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reply-to:     amy lynn carpenter <carpen48@pilot.msu.edu>
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from:         amy lynn carpenter <carpen48@pilot.msu.edu>
subject:      a & e vegetarians???

wondering if anyone knows whether amy or emily or both are vegetarians...
if anyone knows  the situation please reply.  also, if you know whether
they are vegan or not that'd be good to.  my girlfriend is dying to know.
amy c

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reply-to:     camille kearl <sasscambo@msn.com>
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from:         camille kearl <sasscambo@msn.com>
subject:      ig question/july telluride branch

okay, first of all the direct ig content so those of you with happy delete
fingers can move on :-)
ever since obtaining a copy of tuesday's children--the b band i have wondered
if 'rock me on the water' was a cover or an original.  well, yesterday i was
driving along and i heard jackson browne singing in on my radio so that pretty
much indicates that the ig version is a cover.  the question is who wrote
this/sang it originally?  i love this song and it is, perhaps my favorite song
on the album.  is this on the cleaned-up 'levees that break my heart?'  i have
ordered this and am anxiously awaiting it :-)
next--a great big thank you to everyone who responded to my guitar info. plea.
you are all great!  i am still searching.
finally, i never received a response from the july telluride branch--if you
are out there please e-mail me!  sorry to waste bandwidth but i have lost the
address.
alright, this is two posts in one week for me so i have rambled enough!  have
a wonderful holiday season everyone and a very happy new year!
cami

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subject:      big ig content<g>

         -------------------!* zentertainment *!--------------------
         zentertainment
         december 20th, 1996 - issue #68-yang
         http://www.zentertainment.com or aol keyword: zen
         -------------------!* zentertainment *!--------------------


         - march 4th -
         gene drawn to the deep end (a&m)
         indigo girls get out the map (epic)

hugs anthony van pyre

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reply-to:     mark anthony donajkowski <madonajk@alpha.delta.edu>
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from:         mark anthony donajkowski <madonajk@alpha.delta.edu>
subject:      re: march 4
x-to:         "amy j. putnam" <pegasus@crl.com>
in-reply-to:  <pine.sun.3.91.961220063122.4667a-100000@crl.crl.com>

on fri, 20 dec 1996, amy j. putnam wrote:
>
> march 4 indigo girls, get out the map
>
> this is all the info on this release in this issue.  this is a pretty
> reliable source, though that doesnt mean the date is etched in stone,
> but at least we have something to look forward to now.
>
well i read it in zen entertainment and they are a wonderfull reliable
source of info march 4 it is

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from:         mark anthony donajkowski <madonajk@alpha.delta.edu>
subject:      re: hey you lesbian freaks!
x-to:         "joan m. cyr" <jcyr@mit.edu>
in-reply-to:  <v02140b0eaee05ac01c4a@[18.142.0.27]>

actually he is on a freenet folks just write the postmaster at his account
and have  it removed<g>

on fri, 20 dec 1996, joan m. cyr wrote:

> at 10:41 am 12/20/96, dawn kivisto wrote:
> >does anyone else smell a flame session coming on?
>
> you know, if we start a flame session, we acknowledge the statement, and
> frankly, i don't think we should stoop to his neanderthal level or play
> into his hand.  such small people should not even be acknowledged.
>
> have a nice holiday everyone!
>
> joni  :o)
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from:         kraichert@directs.com
subject:      re[2]: hey you lesbian freaks!

does anyone else smell a flame session coming on?

     well i recognized my maturity this morning when i just read the post,
     shook my head and rolled my eyes. don't waste your energy on this guy!

     kira "who actually laughed because she's been called everything in the
     book but *never* a muff biter"

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from:         mark anthony donajkowski <madonajk@alpha.delta.edu>
subject:      re: hey you lesbian freaks!
x-to:         kirsten chevalier <kirsten@spike.wellesley.edu>
in-reply-to:  <9612201728.aa11806@spike.wellesley.edu>

acutally thats not intresting you can get a list of freenets and write
them from anywhere and get a accouint on them yes they would speically if
enough folks wrote in spamming is illigale and since its free they dont
wanna have to put up with shit <g>

on fri, 20 dec 1996, kirsten chevalier wrote:

> >
> > actually he is on a freenet folks just write the postmaster at his account
> > and have  it removed<g>
> >
> would they really take away his account just for making one homophobic comment,
> though? (btw, try fingering his address; interesting how he lives in illinois
> but his account is in finland.)
>
> i'll be getting back to you soon about the archive business, too; still in the
> midst of finals week, keep bearing with me.
> kirsten
>
>
> --
> kirsten chevalier kirsten@spike.wellesley.edu | often in error, never in doubt
> "much like the moon, the tides, the international political scene, women
> are in perpetual change. unlike the international political scene, however,
> women tend to change for the better."--susie day
>

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reply-to:     jen hall <jchall@earthlink.net>
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from:         jen hall <jchall@earthlink.net>
subject:      re: shoot the homophobe (nigc)

hey everyone..we're falling in the trap.  it's best not to comment at all.
we're feeding his hunger.

- jen hall

>> --- moronic buttwipe from another planet wrote:
>> hey muff biters!
>>.
>>    how's it hanging? err, i mean, how's it drippin'? so tell me,
>> who's on top tonight?
> --- end of quoted material ---
> gawd, whatta loser. anyway, muff biting hurts!
>
> susanna
> wishing every one a happy hollyday whatever yer persuasion!

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subject:      concerning lisner aud.

for those of you who responded to my boot offer and have sent tapes to
farmington hills, one of three things has happened. either you sent me a
tape and i sent you one back.  which is what is supposed to happen.  you
sent me a tape and are still waiting and getting kind of annoyed.  which
is fine. i'm not doing any other trades until i get this done but i have
a good reason for taking forever.  i went to detroit.  everything was
fine and i came back to california.  now, i'm moving back and trying to
do one tape at a time.  also, some people who sent boots. did not send a
note. i tried to save all the addresses with the tapes but there are a
few which don't have any. i will let y'all know who.  i just want to
apologize for taking so long with this but let me assure you it will take
longer. i'm sorry guys, but this offer has become very low on my list of
priorities since i'm driving to detroit jan. 10.  you will all get them
though.  or thirdly if your tape arrived in michigan after i left there,
it marked return to sender and sent back because, who know if and when i
would get it in the holiday season and moving.  just wanted to update
everyone.

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subject:      my day of indigo: and excuse to just post something . . .

     <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<random post:>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

hey-
i thought i'd just let y'all (i love saying that!  no one here says it, but i
love it!) know about my indigo day.  since today was the last day of school
'till next year (woo!) we had parties in almost every class today (don't you
miss high school? =) ).  i brought my guitar, and was just sort of fooling
around in the classes with different chirstmas carols and some stuff from the
internet.  anyhow, in bio i led a group sing a long to "shame on you" and
"jonas."  (this girl in my bio class doesn't believe me they're lesbians, and
so after the line "and when the beautiful ladies walk right by . . ." i
turned to her and was just like "they're gay!  okay?"  ohh, i guess you had
to be there! . . )  then, in history, the girl infront of me requested
galileo, and it turned into half the class singing "how long 'til my soul
gets it right?!?!?!" real loud.  when that was over, this kid turned to me
and was like "do you know any other indigo girls?"  i was like "honey, you
name it i'll play it."  of course she picked watershed which i can't play too
well . . . and my friend got me swap ophelia (i'mtorndown) for x-mas . . . =)

okay, back to my universe . . .

-elizabeth, member of the susan b. marine fan club

*********************************
" . . . it's alright if you hate that way you hate me cause i'm different . .
. "

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from:         trish weisman <tweisman@worldnet.att.net>
subject:      re: nigc carolyn's thesis
x-to:         mediancat <bbertiaux@spectrumctls.com>

at 10:53 pm 12/19/96 +0000, the listie formerly known as betsy wrote:
>so, can we ascertain from this that you will soon be founding and presiding
>over the carolyn fan club? ;-)
yeah, cos i felt left out of the susan one (for no reason, i know).  all
members of the carolyn fan club get to hear me sing the carolyn song in
cyberspace.

"...subvert the dominant paradigm!!..."
<thrashing around the stage in agony while playing angrily eloquent riffs>

ok well she'll hafta play the guitar while i try to sing.
the concert will be on march 4th. ;)
love,
karey
(usually known as karey weisman eals <karey@u.washington.edu>)

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subject:      re: a & e vegetarians???
x-to:         amy lynn carpenter <carpen48@pilot.msu.edu>

at 12:12 pm 12/20/96, amy lynn carpenter wrote:
>wondering if anyone knows whether amy or emily or both are vegetarians...
>if anyone knows  the situation please reply.  also, if you know whether
>they are vegan or not that'd be good to.  my girlfriend is dying to know.
>amy c

you know, if i was a bad girl, i would make a joke about how a & e can't
possibly be vegatarian and lesbian at the same time, a la mr. white's post,
but you see, i'm not a bad girl, so i would never make a joke like
that..hehe  ;o)

joni ;o)  (today, i'm winking....)

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from:         verdi@imap2.asu.edu
subject:      re: hey you lesbian freaks!
x-to:         bob white <bobwhite@freenet.hut.fi>
in-reply-to:  <199612201453.qaa03448@learnet.freenet.hut.fi>

    oh god! did this man know what he was getting into when he wrote this?
ok listers............attack this jerk(or simply ignore him).
ben

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from:         kimberly hobbs <kimlin@vcn.bc.ca>
subject:      hostile messages sigc
x-to:         jen hall <jchall@earthlink.net>
in-reply-to:  <199612201737.jaa29023@sweden.it.earthlink.net>

hi all you wonderful human beings out there in ig land.

i know you all very well travelling on this amazing vessel we have created
together. i love you all dearly and am amazed everyday when i go into my
mailbox and find you all there. you all make my day smoother and it is
incredible to me that we have this unity, this immeasurable bond born of a
common love for two gifted artists. when i read that hostile note it made
my heart sink, it made me angry, and then...it made me smile
because...it's going to take so, so much more than that to keep me from
singing. have a great holiday season, merry christmas!!!

peace on earth, goodwill toward lesbians and all others:)))

kim, north vancouver

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from:         kirsten chevalier <kirsten@spike.wellesley.edu>
subject:      re: hey you lesbian freaks!
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in-reply-to:  <961220104115_641906535@emout08.mail.aol.com>; from "dawn
              kivisto" at dec 20, 96 10:41 am

>
> does anyone else smell a flame session coming on?
>
nah. can you say "troll"?
kirsten


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"much like the moon, the tides, the international political scene, women
are in perpetual change. unlike the international political scene, however,
women tend to change for the better."--susie day

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subject:      release date is march 18th
x-to:         michael reynolds <asl@umcs.maine.edu>

at 09:53 am 12/20/96 -0500, michael reynolds wrote:
>hopefully they change that date -- u2 releases their new album that day,
>which various snippets can already be heard online -- i think, no matter how
>incredible the ig album is -- they cant -- and should not have to deal with
>being number two to u2!

i was surfin' the net the other day and found out that the *map* release
date was pushed back form march 4th to march 18th (the day after my
b-day!!). i don't remember which web site it was though... anyways, i think
this is a better release date than the 4th, especially if u2 is on the 4th.

--sue

*&*&*&*&*&*&*&*&*&*&*&*&*&*&*&*&*&*&*&*&*&*&*&*&*&*&*&*&*&*&*&*

"i stood without clothes, danced in the sand
i was aching with freedom, kissing the damned
i said remember this as how it should be."
                                --a.r.

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from:         "christopher m. becker" <cmbecker@space.mit.edu>
subject:      nigc - humor: the xmas files
x-to:         tracey richmond <richmont@cgs.edu>

ok, its spam.  but its cute spam....

                happy holidays folks!

                        chris

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> >---------------------------------------
> >the x(mas) files
> >---------------------------------------
> >
> >
> >57 elm street
> >bethlehem, pa
> >11:51 p.m., december 24th
> >
> > - we're too late! it's already been here.
> > - mulder, i hope you know what you're doing.
> > - look, scully, just like the other homes:  douglas fir, truncated,
> >       mounted, transformed into a shrine; halls decked with boughs of
> >       holly; stockings hung by the chimney, with care.
> > - you really think someone's been here?
> > - someone or some thing.
> > - mulder, over here - it's a fruitcake.
> > - don't touch it!  those things can be lethal.
> > - it's o.k. there's a note attached: "gonna find out who's
> >       naughty and nice."
> > - it's judging them, scully.  it's making a list.
> > - who?  what are you talking about?
> > - ancient mythology tells of an obese humanoid entity who could
> >       travel at great speed in a craft powered by antlered servants.
> >       once each year, near the winter solstice, this creature is said to
> >       descend from the heavens to reward its followers and punish
> >       disbelievers with jagged chunks of anthracite.
> > - but that's legend, mulder -- a story told by parents to frighten
> >       children.  surely you don't believe it?
> > - something was here tonight, scully.  check out the bite marks
> >       on this gingerbread man.  whatever tore through this plate of
> >       cookies was massive -- and in a hurry.
> > - it left crumbs everywhere.  and look, mulder, this milk glass
> >       has been completely drained.
> > - it gorged itself, scully.  it fed without remorse.
> > - but why would they leave it milk and cookies?
> > - appeasement.  tonight is the eve, and nothing can stop its
> >       wilding.
> > - but if this thing does exist, how did it get in?  the doors and
> >       windows were locked.  there's no sign of forced entry.
> > - unless i miss my guess, it came through the fireplace.
> > - wait a minute, mulder.  if you're saying some huge creature
> >       landed on the roof and came down this chimney, you're crazy.
> >       the flue is barely six inches wide.  nothing could get down
> >       there.
> > - but what if it could alter its shape, move in all directions at once?
> > - you mean, like a bowl full of jelly?
> > - exactly.  scully, i've never told anyone this, but when i was a
> >       child my home was visited.  i saw the creature.  it  had long white
> >       strips of fur surrounding its ruddy, misshapen head.  its bloated
> >       torso was red and white. i'll never forget the horror.  i turned
> >       away, and when i looked back it had somehow taken on the facial
> >       features of my father.
> > - impossible.
> > - i know what i saw.  and that night it read my mind.  it brought
> >       me a mr. potato head, scully.  it knew that i wanted a
> >       mr.potato head!
> > - i'm sorry, mulder, but you're asking me to disregard the laws
> >       of physics.  you want me to believe in some supernatural being
> >       who soars across the skies and brings gifts to good little girls and
> >       boys.  listen to what you're saying.  do you understand the
> >       repercussions?  if this gets out, they'll close the x-files.
> > - scully, listen to me: it knows when you're sleeping.  it knows
> >       when you're awake.
> > - but we have no proof.
> > - last year, on this exact date, seti radio telescopes detected
> >       bogeys in the airspace over twenty-seven states.  the white
> >       house ordered a condition red.
> > - but that was a meteor shower.
> > - officially.  two days ago, eight prized scandinavian reindeer
> >       vanished from the national zoo, in washington, d.c.  nobody -
> >       not even the zookeeper - was told about it.  the government
> >       doesn't want people to know about project kringle.  they fear
> >       that if this thing is proved to exist the public will stop
> >       spending half its annual income in a holiday shopping frenzy.
> >       retail markets will collapse.  scully, they cannot let the
> >       world believe this creature lives.  there's too much at stake.
> >       they'll do whatever it takes to insure another silent night.
> > - mulder, i --
> > - sh-h-h.  do you hear what i hear?
> > - on the roof.  it sounds like . . .  a clatter.
> > - the truth is up there.  let's see what's the matter.
> >
> >________________________________________
> >* adapted from shouts & murmurs, "the xmas files," by frank
> >cammuso and hart seely, (c) the new yorker, december 16,
> >1996.

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from:         sundara <smurphy@ups.edu>
subject:      don't email me here any more!

hey y'all!

okay!!  guess what i just did???  i just bought myself a nifty computer.
woo-hoo!!!  sundara has been saved!!!  of course the guy has to do some
stuff to it, so i won't be getting it till hopefully saturday.  maybe
later.  thank you sooo much to everyone who sent me happy vibes!  i love
you all :)

anyway, today is my last day at this account, so please don't email me here
anymore!  i'm going home sunday, and hopefully will be setting up my new
email account then. i'll let you all know when i'm back. and all that
stuff.

yay!!!!!  i am soooooo happy!!!  i really don't know what i would do
without email.  i am so addicted.  alright.  i'll talk to ya later!!!

peace, love, and 2200 max points,

        sundara, president, susan b. marine fan club

"you don't have to drag me down, i descend"
                -shawn colvin

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subject:      bootlegs (nigc)

i recall some posts to the list earlier regarding taping concerts, and i
just came across something that might be of interest to those who were
inquiring.  advance apologies if everyone already has heard of this.  lava
(live audio video association) web page at:
http://www.well.com/user/lava/lavainfo.html     "founded in 1992, the live
audio and video association (lava) organizes and serves the interests of
music fans who enjoy
live concerts and live concert recordings".  they even have a magazine
"taper's quarterly".  so there ya go!

go there for more info.

betsy (formerly known as @#!%$ and is over  recent identity crisis)

-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-
..you see turning off the light switch is their only power
      when we stand like spotlights in a mighty tower
                       all for one and one for all
                    then we sing the common call.....
                                                             e. saliers
_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_

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reply-to:     oh susanna <oh.susanna@dartmouth.edu>
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from:         "susan b. marine" <susan.b.marine@dartmouth.edu>
subject:      release date

if we can't get an answer from russell c. and co. (any of youse with
connections willing to try and find out?)...

in place of that plan...

i say we do a little bet. everyone who  believes its the march 4th date, sign
up with me. everyone one who wants march 18 sign up weith corinne (hi red). if
you're in the "wrong" pile, you send a dollar to me or corinne and we write a
big check from the losers to hte. whaddya think? a nice little way to help out
the good cause huh?

if you're worried that corinne and i are going to leave the country together
and go off to the bahamas to drink mai-tais out of coconuts...well, don't
worry. she's a redhead, so she burns easy. and me? well, i live in new
hampshire. what more could i ask for? ha!

if you like this idea, let me know. if you don't, don't tell me...i'll get the
picture. we'll see what the "verdict" is and then we'll repost later.

oh, and to all of you who might be saying "we can figure out the exact date!
billboard magazine/rolling stone/mtv/my uncle cleetus always know these
things!" ...i'd just like to let you know that on march 5th, 1991, i was
devastated to learn that the new kiss live cd would not be released for another
month! after i saw it the release date in billboard. so it just goes to show
ya.... :)

too much free time on a friday,
susanna

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from:         mmedido@aol.com
subject:      re: release date

i'll know it's ("get out the map/map/i can't fold the @#*! map
back up/ the dog peed on the map/i lost the map pull over
at that gas station and ask for directions...")
.....been released when i see it in the record store.

this method always works for me ;)

lovelovelove !
barbara billingsley
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  but they can't expect me to touch their hair. " (yknib)
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from:         beth stamm <stammb@nventure.com>
subject:      hey you pnw's!

hiya!
i am looking for a guitar.  i very much a beginner adn i need some
suggestions on where to go.  i live in the southend (auburn-kent(wa)
area)  but if there is someplace that is really good, but not within the
k-a area, thats ok.  i am looking for a 6-string steel-string acoustical
guitar.  someplace where the salespeople are helpful would be greatly
appreciated, 'cause i have no idea what questions to ask and all that
stuff.  please email me *privately* if you have any suggestions.  thank
you sooo much!

andrea (not beth)

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subject:      re: march 4

>  march 4 indigo girls, get out the map
>
>  this is all the info on this release in this issue.  this is a pretty
>  reliable source, though that doesnt mean the date is etched in stone,
>  but at least we have something to look forward to now.

does anyone think that this date could be the release of the single
"get out the map"?  this could account for the discrepancy with the
name of the album (just map, as i heard), and sometimes the first
single is released before the album.  just a thought...=)
happy holidays!

peace, love, and eggnog,
ponygirl

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subject:      hi all; this is a desperate plea for help.

hello everyone on the list.  long time no talk.  i have been going through
about four months of indigo detox, but i am glad to say that i am doing well
and have regained a healthy mental attitude towards life and all things
associated with it.  anyway, i need some help and was wondering if anyone out
there could give me a hand.  i need copies of two very special boots.

1) 5/4/96 new orleans jazz festival

if someone has both (or either) the ig and joan baez performances, i would be
forever in your debt.

2) the scot ninneman red light cafe boot w/ three hits, duncan, and problem
child from the 1994 new year's eve performance at rainy day records


if anyone can help me get my hands on these two tapes, i would be very
grateful.  you can reply directly to me, because i probably won't be back on
the list for three months.

peace

bert

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subject:      winthrop vs. leeds

well, i haven't posted in a bout four months though i've been on this list for
close to a year.  so, does that make me a newbie??  cuz, the way i see it, i've
never been flamed nor does anyone know me...movin' on, movin' on...

well, with all this talk about the new album and all, i was pondering...
so far our dearest emily has written and preformed two beautiful piano peices
called winthrop and leeds which she sings all by her lonesome.  let me just
say that i love them both dearly...

still, the way i see it, i don't really think the girls are gonna put both
songs on the new album as is.  i mean, in the past, there has only been one
solo song per album (alright, except for self-titled, but one was amy's and one
was em's) and i don't see them changing this pattern just to put two em solos.
so, it seems that they've gotta do something.  here are my proposals/questions:

-should they just kick one out completely??  and, if so, which one?

-should they rework one/both into duets with amy?  and, if so, which  (if not
both)?

-should they kick em both out?  <sniff>

-should they say "screw it" and keep em both??

-should em release her own solo piano called "piano works about towns"??

read, react, respond...

all my love...
  avital

p.s. doesn't this mean you all know me now?? :)

avital@lucy.cs.wisc.edu

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subject:      re: tsssk... gross post.
x-to:         "kim: goddess in her own reality" <rcn@prcn.org>
in-reply-to:  <199612201508.haa31472@prcn.org>

yes...and we all have much better use of our typing hands, not to mention
our brains...i have already let my fingers do the walking to bounce his
message back to him a few times, then warn him about spam, then write to
his postmaster to have his account revoked.  i think there are a few
hundred of us on this list who could do likewise and fill his inbox with
trash. heh heh.
act, don't react!

on fri, 20 dec 1996, kim: goddess in her own reality wrote:

> there is a lot of ignorance in this world... i am amazed that the "person"
> who sent that last disgusting post actually functions on a leval that allows
> him/her the use of his/her hands to type. know what i mean vern?
> kim
> <><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><>
> "don't tell me i'm burning the candle
> at both ends... tell me where to get
> more wax!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!"
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> <><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><>
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subject:      em's new solos

hey all ...

first of all - if you look at the patterns ....

sf - hey jesus (e)
ig - blood & fire (a) .... history of us (e)
nis - keeper of my heart (a) .... girl with the weight of the world in her
hands (e)
botby - none
rop - romeo & juliet (a)
so - fare thee well (e)
1200c - river (e) ... and that hidden track could be considered amy's solo
song :)

so that's 5 em solo's already released compared to 3 amy solo's ....

so amy should put chiapas bound & problem child on the new cd and em should
start work on that solo piano song cd !!!!!!!!!!!

right ?????

chris  :)

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from:         lorinda wright <wright@biodec.wustl.edu>
subject:      re: winthrop vs. leeds
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> close to a year.  so, does that make me a newbie??  cuz, the way i see it, i've
> never been flamed nor does anyone know me...movin' on, movin' on...

you're not a newbie. _i_ remember you. ;)
> was em's) and i don't see them changing this pattern just to put two em solos.
> so, it seems that they've gotta do something.  here are my proposals/questions:
>
> -should they just kick one out completely??  and, if so, which one?

no no no no no! (geez, i hope not.) i really don't think they'd leave one
out cuz emily seems to turn out too few songs as it is. i mean, they're
always saying how amy is way more productive than emily.

>
> -should they rework one/both into duets with amy?  and, if so, which  (if not
>  both)?

my official guess is that they re-work one as a duet, and the other
remains a solo. i say leeds remains a solo, and winthrop's gonna get some
major re-arranging. it's amazing how much their songs change from the
pre-album versions. i'll bet we're gonna be _real_ pleasantly surprised.
ok, that's my guess. maybe we should start a pool for this too. :)

folkisgruven,
lorindigo


still driving...
lorinda wright           the trouble in my head is getting closer and closer
washington university     to my legs i've got to walk it out. and the trouble
st. louis, mo             with my heart is that i can't rip it out. and the
                          trouble with myself is that i don't know me.
                                                        -melissa ferrick
                    i will not be complacent

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date:         fri, 20 dec 1996 18:16:24 -0600
reply-to:     lorinda wright <wright@biodec.wustl.edu>
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from:         lorinda wright <wright@biodec.wustl.edu>
subject:      re: release date
x-to:         oh susanna <oh.susanna%dartmouth.edu@wuvmd.wustl.edu>
in-reply-to:  <37220746@dancer.dartmouth.edu>

good idea about the release date pool, but what happens when we think it
ain't gonna be _either_ of those dates. i'll betcha it ends up being late.

hmm, i guess i feel like making premonitions today. :)

folkisgruven,
lorindigo


still driving...
lorinda wright           the trouble in my head is getting closer and closer
washington university     to my legs i've got to walk it out. and the trouble
st. louis, mo             with my heart is that i can't rip it out. and the
                          trouble with myself is that i don't know me.
                                                        -melissa ferrick
                    i will not be complacent

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date:         fri, 20 dec 1996 17:36:05 cst
reply-to:     russ rutter <russ@dexmn.com>
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from:         russ rutter <russ@dexmn.com>
subject:      honor the earth

hi all and happyt holidays to everybody from all of us here at honor the earth.
you all have been great in your support of the campaign and we appreciate it.

now, i've got a couple of great deals for you:

i;ve got 3 photos and an honor1 cd promo poster and i will include one of them
for each piece of honor merchandise purchased.

the photos are:
1.  from the supper club, nyc, honor cd release reception--9/19/96-- black &
    white of indigo girls and ulali on stage playing

2.  from the malibu honor cd release reception--great (best i have ever seen)
    picture of emily w/guitar on stage w/bonnie raitt in background

3.  from malibvu--photo from press conference of chris peters (7th generation
    fuynd, bonnie raitt, emily, winona laduke, amy)

4.  honor 1 cd poster

please indicate your preference when ordering
here's the merchandise (check the websitre http://www.honorearth.com for some
pictures)
1.  rock art t-shirt in natural organic (m, l, xl)  $20
2.  sage green embrodiered organice tee (l, xl) w. kokopelli & woflf  $25
3.  honor cd cover t-shirt in clay organice (m, l, xl) $20
4.  2-tone cap w/ kokopelli embroidered  $15
5.  longsleeve organic twill henley w/embroidered multi-color turtle
    (m, l, xl) in natural or sage greeen $50
6.  honor1 the cd $19.98
7.  honor1 the cassette $10.98
8.  honor1 the coffee mug $5

$3.50 s/h each item.  checks or money orders to honor the earthj, p.o. box
75423, st. paul, mn 55101.  credit cards call 1-800 - earth-07 or fax at
1-612-221-9022 or e-mail russ@dexmn.com

clearance stuff--buy two of these items and receive one of the above photos
free
1.  swamp ophelia shirt (l, xl) $5
2.  black 1995 hte rock art tee (l, xl) $7.50

same s/h checks or money orders to omi c/o diurect expressions, 289 east 5th
street #209, st. paul, mn 55101.  credit cards call 612-221-4465 or fax at
612-221-9022 or e-mail russ@dexmn.com
thanks for letting be take up the bandwidth--take care
peace, russ

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date:         fri, 20 dec 1996 18:33:23 -0600
reply-to:     lorinda wright <wright@biodec.wustl.edu>
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from:         lorinda wright <wright@biodec.wustl.edu>
subject:      re: help me name my bird!!!
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ooh, i'm post-happy today. guess i'm still delerious from being sick.


> i had a few suggestions for sejarez, one for iguana (not ig-related but cute
> anyhow. maybe for the next bird), a few for ray, one for mr e. (which i

actually, iguana _is_ ig related (in a round-about, obscure kinda way.)
how many degrees of separation do you think there are between an iguana,
and ig? i'll tell you. there are _two_ degrees of separation:a member of the
ig-related-band, viva la diva (i think it's jan, who's actually  an
ex-member, but still...) owns two iguanas. their names are ethel, and
merman. sometimes one of the iguanas plays with the band. :)

folkisgruven,
lorindigo


still driving...
lorinda wright           the trouble in my head is getting closer and closer
washington university     to my legs i've got to walk it out. and the trouble
st. louis, mo             with my heart is that i can't rip it out. and the
                          trouble with myself is that i don't know me.
                                                        -melissa ferrick
                    i will not be complacent

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date:         fri, 20 dec 1996 19:11:06 -0500
reply-to:     lori brinkman <lorbrink@iaw.com>
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from:         lori brinkman <lorbrink@iaw.com>
subject:      those picture things

o.k.  i have eudora.  is that the reason why i get those picture things you
guys "draw" all distorted?  am i the only one?

lori

ps happy holidays everyone (especially... you know who you are =d)  i'll be
back january 5.

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date:         fri, 20 dec 1996 17:26:08 -0800
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from:         lyve bitting <rayler@sprynet.com>
subject:      in one of my bubbly adolescent moods

i just wanted to share my own silly randomness:

i went with my class to see a charles dickens christmas "show" at the mount hope
estate and winery here in pa, and it was great.  but the point is, on the way
out, i saw a huge sign on one of the buildings that said "fare thhe well" and i
just had to sing.  everyone was so amused... i was ecstatic.

and even more random:
i am "writing a novel" (which will never be done if i continue to re-start it
every time i get up to 40 pages), and the character loosely based on me is named
louise rayler.  so a few of my friends call me "ray", which delights me
endlessly.  when they address me as such, i just grin and they laugh.

happy spells for all,
:),
lyve (ray!)
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reply-to:     maren <renmar@biwasv01.biwa.or.jp>
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from:         maren <renmar@biwasv01.biwa.or.jp>
subject:      lyrics to combat ignorance (nigc)

hey y'all.  well, i'm not gonna waste my time emailing that goofy guy with
the dumb comment.  however, i thought y'll might enjoy these uplifting
lyrics from another atlanta artist.  merry christmas!

>shimmer
>
>sharing with us what he know
>his shining eyes are big and blue
>and all around him water flow
>this world to him is new
>this world to him is new
>
>to touch a face
>to kiss a smile
>new eyes see no race
>the essence of a child
>the essence...
>
>he's born to shimmer
>born to shine
>born to radiate
>born to live, born to love
>but we'll teach him how to hate
>
>true love it is a rock
>smoothed over by a stream
>and no ticking of a clock
>truly measures what that means
>truly measures what that means
>
>and this thing we call our time
>i heard a brilliant woman say
>you know it's crazy the way
>i want to capture mine
>
>i think i love this womans way..
>the way she shimmers, the way she shines
>the way she radiates
>the way she lives, the way she loves
>the way she never hates
>
>sometimes i think of all the shit
>that can surround me
>i know it all as being mine
>then she kisses me and wraps herself around me
>she gives me love, she gives me time
>& i feel fine
>
>but time it cannot change
>so here's to looking back
>i'd drink a botle of my pride
>and toast to change
>to keep these demons off my back
>get these demons off my back
>
>cause i want to shimmer,i want to shine
>i want to radiate
>i want to live, i want to love
>i want to try & learn how not to hate
>...try not to hate
>
>we're born to shimmer
>we're born to shine
>we're born to radiate
>we're born to live
>we're born to love
>we're born to never hate..
>
>shawn mullins

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date:         fri, 20 dec 1996 19:05:05 -0800
reply-to:     tom jobes <tomcat@netcom.com>
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from:         tom jobes <tomcat@netcom.com>
subject:      re: concert db
in-reply-to:  <3.0.32.19961218000219.006a3d54@pop.pipeline.com> from "alec" at
              dec 18, 96 00:02:21 am

alec wrote:
> i know some of you traders will probably already have a comprehensive
> database of all the ig shows ever, but, supposing it doesn't exist, i'd
> like to put something of the sort together...  ummm, to prevent random set
> lists from flying in, i'd like to hear what people think, again supposing
> this already hasn't been done, in which case it would be probably wasted
> effort...  let me know,

yeah, i'm relatively new on the list, but i know the issue has been floated
a couple of times.  but instead of a big book like deadbase, we should make
it a web site.  perhaps a good name would be "indicator", or for the
geographical reference, "indicatur" :-)

i was thinking about picking up some java, so i'd be interested in working
on this one.  anyone else with ideas and/or time?  anyone know if we could
start with the data on hidden water and/or carolyn's web page?

tom

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date:         fri, 20 dec 1996 21:27:25 -0600
reply-to:     greg matthew flamer <gflame@nwu.edu>
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from:         greg matthew flamer <gflame@nwu.edu>
subject:      re: winthrop vs. leeds

>i mean, in the past, there has only been one
>solo song per album (alright, except for self-titled, but one was amy's and one
>was em's) and i don't see them changing this pattern just to put two em solos.
>so, it seems that they've gotta do something.  here are my proposals/questions:
>
>-should they just kick one out completely??  and, if so, which one?

yes, leeds can go away.  ok ok, too harsh.  but i really really prefer to
hear indigo girl*s* songs and not one girl or the other.  i like ig because
of what they sound like together.  mho of course, but i hope they don't put
like 3 or 4 solo songs on map and start a solo trend.  one each is more
than enough.  of course if they re-worked all of them into duets that would
be jolly as well.  and besides those solo songs are incredibly sad and
depressing.
        also, if someone goes back to one of our millions of "least
favorite song" surveys (uhhh sherlyn?) i seem to recall a solo song in
everyone's list.  so obviously they aren't all universally liked by the
important people--us.  but of course i am a huge fan of amy's solo stuff
from that ep cd, so go figure.

bottom line--please let them limit the amount of solo songs and if one must
be left off, ba-bye leeds--way too depressing.  i'm off to frolic in the
balmy 8 degrees here in chicago--brrrrr!  i hate cold!  wrong city to live
in for that.
ciao.

greg

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from:         virginia wolffe <vrgwolf1@mail.airmail.net>
subject:      simply v please read

veronica,
        i tried to email you, but the message was returned so i apologize
for the waste of bandwich.... but,i did send you a tape for a boot right?
well... i am soooooo sorry!! apparently
my husband mailed the tape for my boot w/o
postage on the inside envelope!!! i just found this out today when doobie
was kind
enough to send back a boot she taped for me and sent a note telling me i
forgot the
return postage. of course, my husband says, "oh yeah, i think i forgot to
stamp those
envelopes inside." ugh!!! i am so pissed at him! you know how men can
be.... downright
stupid, at times!  anyway, i do apologize and would like to know if you
want me to mail
another envelope that is stamped or if i can send you some money to stamp
the one you
have?  whatever you want just let me know. i really am anxious to get the
tape.  again,
i am sorry for the mix up. i was wondering why i haven't received the
tape yet....now i
know. just let me know what you want to do. sorry again!
                                        peace,
                                        virginia

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from:         catherine diederich <cath@efn.org>
subject:      make lemonade!

hi everybody!
if someone came and put a homophobic letter in my snail mail, where i
live, where i feel safe and accepted...i, personally, would not ignore
it.  i would do something, nice!  like donate $5.00 or $10.00 or
whatever to my local gay and lesbian organization in that (meanie)
person's "name".  i do realize we all have our own ways of dealing, or
not, with  people or things in the world.  thought i'd share mine.
happy holidays!!!  spread kindness all over the place!
catherine

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