lifeblood: listlogs: 1997-02b


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date:         sat, 8 feb 1997 12:36:12 +0800
reply-to:     glee <b3102097@cc.ntu.edu.tw>
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from:         glee <b3102097@cc.ntu.edu.tw>
subject:      romeo and juliet/my newbie experience
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happy chinese new year indigo folks, i know you guys were already talking
about this movie last year but we poor intellectually starving people in
taiwan didn't get to see the movie until yesterday. i just want to say i
like the soundtrack but how come they didn't put amy's version of_romeo and
juliet_ into the soundtrack?? i mean it would be a perfect song to put at
the end of the movie when they're showing the credits...of all the songs
titled romeo and juliet that's still the most powerful one i've heard.

finally saw the postman too; even got the soundtrack:)

you know when i first got on the list i hadn't known anything about
indigo girls, being in a foreign country and culture and all that; all i
knew was that i was in love with their music. and i
thought they were a couple! so on my first post i mentioned only people in
love could make such profound music. well most of the people responded
were very friendly people, very kindly told me they were not and warned me
i might got some angry letters. of course i also got letters who want to
kill me:)

if i had left the list back then i would never have gotten to know so
much about amy and emily and their music and their beautiful fans. oh and
ani difranco and husker du!!!:)

ps. if there are listers in germany or neighboring countries i'd like to
know you!
minghan

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date:         sat, 8 feb 1997 00:33:02 -0600
reply-to:     andrea crain <acrain@knox.edu>
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from:         andrea crain <acrain@knox.edu>
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<< if i had said anything i would
  have felt pressure from within to back it up with "i'm gay," but i don't
  want other people labeling me before i compleately have . . . it seems to
  me that this is difficult enough without being forced to sit thru biased
  class lectures on the subject. >>

this is a good instinct. you have no political duty to come out that
could possibly supersede your duty to do what's right for you. to you,
and to the woman who wrote about the conversation with those folks in a
student lounge - you are under no obligation to set the world right.
don't pressure yourselves. it is hard enough, it takes some getting used
to. you've gotta kinda driiiift out. :) and try really hard to filter out
the shit people want to feed you. know that you're doing just fine no
matter what some ancient history lady says. ok? ok. and you're not a
wimp. coping with a radical revision of your self image takes a lot of
courage. ;)

                andrea crain *** internet: acrain@knox.edu
              *** knox college, galesburg, illinois, usa ***
       *** world wide web: http://members.tripod.com/~andreamer ***

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date:         sat, 8 feb 1997 00:54:48 -0500
reply-to:     mr derek k moulaison <razk53a@prodigy.com>
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from:         mr derek k moulaison <razk53a@prodigy.com>
subject:      hoosiers in the survey

well, add one for california, but...

i lived in indiana for 6 months, and loved it (would go back in a
minute),  so i feel like a hoosier in spirit.


date:    fri, 7 feb 1997 12:51:10 est
from:    "susan b. marine" <susan.b.marine@dartmouth.edu>
subject: hoosiers of the world unite (nigc)

--- joanne wrote:

p.s. there's gotta be someone else from indiana out there!?
--- end of quoted material ---

yeeeeep yah sure you betcha, i'm from indiana....just ask greg  ;)

susanna susanna danna

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date:         sat, 8 feb 1997 01:38:29 -0500
reply-to:     chocobo11@aol.com
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from:         chocobo11@aol.com
subject:      state, name - nigc

hello everyone,

just to get in on these latest threads...i'm from connecticut

and my screenname...chocobo11...it's quite funny...whenever i'm online people
always ask me what it means.  most people assume it has to do with chocolate.
and then occasionally i'll meet someone who knows what it is and we'll have
a long conversation.  anyway my name comes from the final fantasy video game
series, made for nintendo by squaresoft.  it's a fantasy role-playing series.
a chocobo is a big yellow bird that helps you by storing stuff for you and
carrying you around places...since they run very fast and i run track i like
them.  also they have cool music whenever they're running :>  and 11 is my
lucky number...i was born on feb. 11 and also i was in 11th grade when i made
the screenname last fall.

well that's it for my rambling...i'm off to shop at my local indie music
store where hopefully i can spend my paycheck on some cool indigo import cds
:>

peace everybody,
elizabeth

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date:         sat, 8 feb 1997 01:43:50 -0500
reply-to:     nix64@aol.com
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from:         nicole yonke <nix64@aol.com>
subject:      ...just wondering 'bout 'complicated girls'

hey there fellow ig fans!  i've been a lurker for a few weeks now, and i
finally got the courage to post <no, actually i just had a few questions>.
    i recently purchased "complicated girls", and i got all excited when i
looked at the names of the tracks.  i thought that there was a whole bunch of
new songs that i hadn't heard.  i got home, tore off the plastic, and to my
dismay i found out that "how long" was "galileo" (duh), "inspiration" was
"reunion, and "leave you go" was the "wood song", oh well, it still rocks!  i
was wondering why the names of the tracks were different, if anyone knows,
your knowledge would be greatly appreciated!!  thanks=)

finally coming out of my shell, i guess i should respond to the recent
discussions on the list.  first i believe was the meaning behind the screen
name.  my name in nicole, and 'nicky' has been forbidden for some unknown
reason, so nix came to be.  sixty-four is my favorite number, it's not
particularly lucky, but it's one of those things you just can't explain.  as
for the state poll, my vote has been privately e-mailed, so ignore this one,
but i'm sad to see that florida is dead last. (or most likely)  i swear ig
are worshiped here, but floridians ted to be a little shy.  favorite song
from "map"?? ...wish i could tell ya, but i haven't heard any of them <and
yes i'm holding my head down in shame> and for the beer, i'm not old enough
to even smell beer not to mention serve it, so a good old i.b.c would be
sufficiant.  ...just my meaningless thoughts.

if you've made it this far, thanks for hanging in there!
*believe in yourself*
nicole

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date:         fri, 7 feb 1997 21:43:33 -0800
reply-to:     selena <aeryk@shasta.com>
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from:         selena <aeryk@shasta.com>
organization: the mystical path , mail order
subject:      i am from northern california!
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hello everyone!
i have been offline due to internet provider "upgrades" :):)

but, i am from northern california, if anyone cares to know:):)
blessings and light!
selena

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date:         fri, 7 feb 1997 20:40:30 -0800
reply-to:     selena <aeryk@shasta.com>
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from:         selena <aeryk@shasta.com>
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subject:      re: nastiness on the list nigc but i've had enough
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okay guys, this is getting ridiculous:)

shouldn't you guys just drop it?

have a great weekend and get over it all please:)
love and blessings
selena

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date:         sat, 8 feb 1997 03:29:49 -0500
reply-to:     jonicee@aol.com
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from:         joni cyr <jonicee@aol.com>
subject:      hello everyone! (nigc) it's me on aol!

hey y'all...decided to jump to aol tonite to see if anything was going
on...(spent 20 minutes downloading v 3.0...whew!).    just wanted to say
hello from my aol account to let everyone know i was telling the truth about
my aol identity.  i would say it from my alias icraft96, but it took me 10
minutes just to get to the server and i'm not giving my connection up just to
log out as jonicee and log back in as icraft96.  next  time, if i can
remember <grin>, i'll log in as icraft96.

well, that's all i wanted to say...see all you bostonians tomorrow at the
bash...here's a quote from "total recall:"  "get ready for a surprize!"  ;o)
<wink wink>

by y'all!

joni :o)

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date:         sat, 8 feb 1997 02:52:56 -0600
reply-to:     tracy fears <salray@webtv.net>
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testing testing testing
testing testing testing

"everywhere i turn, all the beauty just keeps shaking me..." -a. ray
"...i'm in love with your ghost..." e.saliers
"i'm only jumping, i'm only freaking out, and i wonder what it's all about to close my eyes and finally see a piece of paradise me" -k's choice

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date:         sat, 8 feb 1997 08:52:53 -0500
reply-to:     macuzr@aol.com
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from:         "carrie k. tibbs" <macuzr@aol.com>
subject:      sign-on indigo-girls

sign-on indigo girls

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date:         sat, 8 feb 1997 11:42:45 -0600
reply-to:     jen hall <jchall@earthlink.net>
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from:         jen hall <jchall@earthlink.net>
subject:      a "corrected" ig state poll update
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i missed a number of states because i neglected to "page up" in excel.
(duh).  and it's not because i was eager to get out of newport news
virginia - - but because i was eager to get back to the lone star state.

anyway, here are the complete results (with the additions from overnight):

heading up the river solo is:  washington state with 23 votes

jumping up to second place:  massachusetts with 21

staying in a friggin' rut:  texas in 3rd place with the same 19 points
(were are all you texans?)

californians came out of their shell to jump into 4th place with  15 votes.

gotta love the tri-state area (minus one) with ny & nj tied for 5th with 10
points.

florida, georgia and utah following with 7 points.

illinois & pennsylvania close behind with 6 points.

canada, missouri, tennessee & those lovable cheese heads (wisconsin) with 5
points.

england, maryland and ohio are increasing their numbers with 4 points.

connecticut, indiana, michigan, minnesota, new hampshire, north carolina
and virginia are following with 3 points each.

alaska, arizona, australia, kansas, louisiana, montana, the philippines,
and south carolina all check in with 2 votes.

...and scrolling down in excel ....

all bringing up the rear are:  new mexico, oklahoma, oregon, scotland, and
vermont - all with 1 vote a piece.


keep the votes a-comin'.   and please remember to e-mail me privately with
your response to the poll.

thanks,
- jen hall
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the path at your pace very choice
is worth your while."  - emily saliers

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date:         sat, 8 feb 1997 13:49:39 est
reply-to:     barbara walters <dheidorn@eden.rutgers.edu>
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from:         barbara walters <dheidorn@eden.rutgers.edu>
subject:      scream, anyone?

hi, sorry if this has been mentioned before (i was off the list while i was
away from school over winter break).  did anyone see the movie scream?  i
nearly went beserk when i saw it... there's an indigo girls poster hanging on
neve campbell's character's wall.  so if you go see it, look for the
poster.  it's the swamp ophelia one...  :)

donna (no, i'm not really barbara walters)
college of engineering
rutgers university, nj

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date:         sat, 8 feb 1997 13:55:46 -0500
reply-to:     renee l grebe <grebe+@cmu.edu>
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from:         renee l grebe <grebe+@cmu.edu>
subject:      re: scream, anyone?
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excerpts from mail: 8-feb-97 scream, anyone? by barbara walters@eden.rut
> there's an indigo girls poster hanging on
> neve campbell's character's wall.


that was the best!!!!!  i couldn't belive it!  the guy i was with was
like "oh no, now she's gonna get all happy!"

and i did.  what a nice touch to the movie! :)
renee

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date:         sat, 8 feb 1997 14:10:30 est
reply-to:     elaine m rigby <emrigby@juno.com>
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from:         elaine m rigby <emrigby@juno.com>
subject:      re: scream, anyone? and a question
x-to:         grebe+@cmu.edu

i hit my gf when i saw it!  i now have a new appreciation for wes craven.

ok: a question: i have been out of the loop for a while: when is the new
album slated for us release??

thanks!

elaine r.

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date:         sat, 8 feb 1997 15:01:03 -0500
reply-to:     ugosister@aol.com
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from:         angela lindahl <ugosister@aol.com>
subject:      ig state poll
x-to:         jchall@earthlink.net

hello!

well, i wasn't going to respond to this poll until i saw that not a single
person from my state is represented.  i know i'm not the only fan from
here--guess i'm just the only listee.  i don't know why, but i'm kind of
bummed by that thought.  anyway, back to the point.

so here it it -- add one big vote for.....<drumroll please>..... iowa!

angela (who doesn't see a single cow or cornfield from her abode--just in
case anyone was wondering ;-)

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date:         sat, 8 feb 1997 17:26:15 -0500
reply-to:     "joan m. cyr" <jcyr@mit.edu>
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from:         "joan m. cyr" <jcyr@mit.edu>
subject:      badass boston list party (nigc)
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hi y'all!

we're posting from the boston list party at joan ferguson's in somerville mass!

everyone's gonna type something to say hello, but know that we just had the
highlight of the party:  sundara, the president of the susan b. marine fan
club, wrote a song to the great suzie b. and we all sang it to her.  i'll
post the lyrics monday, 'cuz i'm doing this from my laptop and i have the
lyrics at work
(i've also had 2 coors light so i'm not retyping it!)  we called sundara
after the song and they professed their mutual love for each other!   here's
susie b:

"hi y'all. well here we are in baaaston, having a whoopdido of a
time....watched some videos, listened to some cd's, and then all got naked
and painted symbols from the inside of rites of passage all over each other
with chocolate syrup. okay, i'm kidding about that last part. but really, as
deb o'donoghue so aptly put it....there's nothing like being in a room with
a bunch of indigo girls fans and not killing each other to get to the front
of the stage. yessiree. we love it! take care and keep eating cheese. love, sbm"

here's kate:

"soryy, i don't post.  i fear flammage.  next..."

"hi from carol(gynergy)-gosh this is my second post this whole
year!digest-lurker
but we're having a great time"

kirsten "flame goddess" chevalier here. wow. and i say that not because i'm
presently
doing something useful with a laptop running lose$95 <grins, ducks, and
runs>. at any
rate, we're having a fine old time here in the beauteous cultural mecca known as
somerville, mass. we watched some gyrations in a video of _crazy_game_ and
embarassed susan. it's too bad we don't have a web cam set up so that y'all
can share
in the bliss, but since that's the case, you'll just have to take my word
for it. it's
like a sacred circle, all of us former-disembodied-minds gathered around the
laptop
and beer cans, symbols of our worship. now people are yelling at me (nothing
new <g>)
to surrender the computer, so until next time...

chris (the boston one, i forget my number) here.  having a great
time--eating lots of  ben & jerry's.  wait for amy p.'s pics on the net --
you'll understand better =)
anyway lots of fun, wish you were here.....

amy p here...

yep, i'm workin on a web page of all sorts of stuff including ig pics from
the last few years.  i'll post when it is up, hopefully in the next week or so.
in the meantime, a hearty thanks to joan f. and margo for hosting this
wild and wacky bunch.  sdome came and went, and some are still here, and
some will continue on into the evening.  i'm sure this wont be the last
boston area bash.  moving the key board along........

greetings to y'all on the list from deb o'd (aka doobie)

well, i must say that the boston list party is a blast.  lots of great stories
being told, videos being watched and friends being made.  this is a great
preparation for the anticipated spring release of map and the tour.  the
highlight
or the video festivities had to have been amy's dance steps, accompanied by her
interesting body movements.  wish y'all were here....take care and peace!

hello from joan here - this has been a great afternoon!  we boston people
sure are a wild and crazy bunch :-)  i've enjoyed having 15 people i barely
know in my living room, really, honest ... anyhow, i'll go back to lurking
now, and i'm looking forward to the second annual boston list party!

well, joni here again.  here's the final quote from the party....from the
great suzie b:
joni:  "are you crashing?"
suzie: "no, i'm trying to decide what to put in my mouth next."

'nuff said....

bye y'all!

joni :o)

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date:         sat, 8 feb 1997 18:04:00 -0500
reply-to:     sprocket@scorequest.com
sender:       indigo girls mailing list <indigo-girls@netspace.org>
from:         "georgy v. cohen" <sprocket@scorequest.com>
subject:      looking for a song.

i, owning but 3 ig albums <rop, so, and nis>, would like to request the
assistance of some of the nifty igers in a quest.

is there a song by ig which talks about falling back in love, wanting to
be in love with somebody <or fall back in love with them>, or the like?
i am going through something like this right now, and to have a song
that could help me through it would be of great assistance.

also, is there a song which speaks of losing friendships? i recently
lost 2 best friends to a misunderstanding blown out of proportion.

this is my life:  >:(

this is my life with ig: ;)

any questions?

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shine my life like a light.                   but no pearls.
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date:         sat, 8 feb 1997 15:28:56 -0700
reply-to:     machado <lorene@flylive.com>
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from:         machado <lorene@flylive.com>
subject:      wendy bucklew in l.a. (nigc)
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hey y'all,

just a gentle reminder, wendy bucklew will be playing at genghis cantina in
los angeles this saturday, feb 15th, at 8:30pm.  all signs indicate that
wendy will make a big splash on the west coast, so catch her in this cool
and intimate room while you can.  genghis is at 740 n. fairfax ave. (at
melrose) and the number there is (213) 653-0640.

ciao for now,

lorene machado
machado entertainment
management and promotion
p.o. box 39952, los angeles, ca  90039, e-mail:  lorene@flylive.com
phone:  (818) 787-2468, fax:  (818) 787-3031, toll free:  (888) 586-7074
caroline aiken website:  http://www.hidwater.com/aiken/
wendy bucklew website:  http://www.hidwater.com/wendy/

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date:         sat, 8 feb 1997 19:33:52 -0500
reply-to:     janinsdale@aol.com
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from:         janinsdale@aol.com
subject:      re: a "corrected" ig state poll update

in a message dated 97-02-08 11:48:34 est, jchall@earthlink.net (jen hall)
writes:

<<   arizona, australia, kansas, louisiana, montana, the philippines,
and south carolina all check in with 2 votes. >>

alright kristen and ben...which one of you didnt vote?  lets go...

:)

jan

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date:         sat, 8 feb 1997 21:27:01 -0500
reply-to:     hakubaii@aol.com
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from:         hakubaii@aol.com
subject:      tab

there are not any music places here that sell the guitar tab to "swamp
ophelia"  i was wondering if i can purchase one and you can inform me how.


thank you

hakubaii@aol.com

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date:         sat, 8 feb 1997 23:04:50 -0600
reply-to:     katherine roberts <kater@merle.acns.nwu.edu>
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from:         katherine roberts <kater@merle.acns.nwu.edu>
subject:      looking for northern ca info (nigc)
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hi there!

now i know there are people on this list from northern california; i'm
hoping one of you might be able to give me some information about modesto.
there's a chance i could be spending the summer there, and i'd like to know
a bit more about it that just the fact it's between san francisco and
yosemite.  can anyone help me?

thanks a bunch!
kate
kater@merle.acns.nwu.edu

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hey y'all-

just wanted to say... anyone who can, please try to catch wendy's show at
genghis cantina on feb 15th... those of us in the atlanta area are jealous
and suffering from extreme wendy withdraw!  the girl is great :)  wish we
could be there to see her, so y'all come out for the show... you won't be
disappointed!

thanks for the bandwidth :)

lurking computer repair team - wb: we swear we'll finish it soon ;)

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hello there.  i'm a "newbie" too so don't cut me down if i do anything
out of order.  i've been "lurking" a while - don't you just love these
terms, it's like being back in high school - anyway, i think i've got
the basic hang of it.

would anyone like to be a real love and let me know how i can get a tape
of the new songs you are all talking about.  being all the way over in
australia i expect we will have to wait even longer for the new album to
be released here.........as for them touring here, well i live in hope.
selling the car and coming on over the the us may be the only option.
there are some things you just have to do before you die, ie: see the ig
live as many times as possible.

anyway i'd be much obliged if someone could help me out.

penelope

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subject:      limited edition cd

i'm usually a lurker on this list but i saw something in a bookstore that
caught my eye.  barnes and nobles here in kansas city had a limited edition
gold indigo girls: indigo girls cd for sale for $31.99. since i haven't ever
seen this edition anywhere else, i'm writing to all the knowledgable people
on this list as to whether this is a good price and worth buying. or, if
anyone knows where i can get this cheaper, please let me know. it just looked
so cool !!!

kyle v. in kc

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it can be found at best buy for 24.99 but don't you dare come to the one
in beaumont because it's mine and  i'm ot telling you where i hid
it!!!!!! *grin*
-sal

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greetings y'all....

carolyn, karey, andrea (not beth), and audrey all here at carolyn's having
a blast and wanting to rub it in that you're all not here.  :)  seriously,
though, you're all invited to this grand ole indigo-girls@netspace.orgy.

it all started when carolyn cruised this funky chick wearing a cool jester
cap on capitol hill, the most queer district of seattle.  some two hours
later that same chick knocked at her door wanting a tour of the city.  the
first stop was the erotic bakery.  it was carolyn's first time....at the
bakery, of course...and she thoroughly enjoyed the deflowerment though she
did find fault with the anti-feminist heterosexual misogynist leanings of
the place.  audrey was proud to have the honors of conquering the blushing
erotic bakery virgin, with the bells of her jester cap ringing the whole
time.

the tour continued with trips through the not-seedy-enough districts of
greenlake, fremont, and wallingford looking for places to, well, you
know.....for audrey to live.  she's reaffirming the dyke side of her
identity and likes the safety of walking around in the dark in an area
where none of the men are interested because in capitol hill...


now she's looking for roommates :p ;) :)    seriously.  starting this
summer, after she gets paroled from penn.  applications being taken now at
abstein@force.stwing.upenn.edu.

the highlight of fremont was the troll, who stares with a silver eye out
from under the aurora bridge and holds a volkswagon bug in his left hand.
he was a pretty decent guy, a little cold and stony.  sexuality uncertain.
possible convert.  (you know we recruit)  we passed by the center of the
universe, marked by a festive, multi-colored, signpost.  then went to
safegay (translation from carolyn-speak: safeway supermarket) where audrey
singlehandedly devirginized herself to the wonders of the warehouse
underneath the grocery store.  she *thought* all that was down there was a
bathroom.  luckily the sleazy guy left her alone.

from there audrey and carolyn continued on to more personal
landmarks...karey's father's place of work and kathy and sue's humble
abode, site of the pnw non-denominational winter gathering.  kathy and
sue, your lights were off...sorry we missed you.  the south west seattle
historical society is working with the city landmark board to put up a
marker, but the wheels of government bureaucracy are grinding a bit
slowly.  thus, a web site commemorating this eventful mission will sadly
be lacking photos.  you'll have to wait until the summer to learn what
audrey looks like in the buff with symbols from rites of passage painted
in chocolate on her glistening torso.  (sorry, susan ;)

next up, a visit to easy street records in wonderful west seattle.
decadence won over thrift, and audrey came out with the least complicated
single, the goodness cd, a shawn colvin cd with a bonus single, and
another song that you're just gonna have to wait for that loop tape to
hear.  then we met karey.

in the temporary lapse of reality (carolyn's normal state of mind) we very
narrowly averted a car accident.  thanks to the magical powers of the
seatbelt (buckle up everybody!) all is well in mazda land.  at dinner
(luna park cafe) our conversation was extremely fascinating to a couple
of youngsters.  sexuality uncertain.  we encouraged their curiousity by
speaking louder and raunchier.  (has anybody seen the diner scene in
"when harry met sally?")

after dinner....we sat in the parking lot talking about crazy lesbian
movies while the gas-x took effect, then decided to try our hand at
gambling.  found ourselves at the handy-dandy oh-so-classy seven-eleven
and invested.  with nine dollars worth of scratch tickets--potential plane
tickets and newport '97 tickets--we drove to the viewpoint and turned the
brights on all the teeny boppers caught up in the first flush of raging
hormones, steamy windows and all.  in a ritual ceremony involving a
flashlight and cold hard cash (of the nickel variety), we revealed two
winning lotto tickets.


okay, not quite.  we only won three bucks.  which we reinvested for three
more scratch tickets.....to win another buck.  which we reinvested.  bye
bye newport.

next stop, the return to carolyn's.  the arrival of andrea (not beth) and
her juicy lesbian oranges.  we were quite amazed to hear what she could do
with an orange while driving.  stammb@nventure.com for lessons.

(karey's leaving now....having rejected andrea's orange-eating offer.  we
hope she doesn't have regrets later.  she says she knows her limit.  we
know better. ;)

karey thinks she can make it home in a half hour.  andrea says it usually
takes her longer than that.  audrey's still contemplating the effects of
having a scotch before noon.  (get it at hopscotch in capitol hill...the
waitresses are friendly and cuuute)

so andrea's the new ax goddess.   she wowed us with her two-song
repertoire.  she's working on a third but the woman likes perfection so
our coaxing had no effect.  damn.

we are now going to ogle mary stuart masterson in fried green tomatoes and
ponder the lack of blatant lesbian content in this movie based on a
somewhat more blatant book.  the movie came from the video store where
andrea works, which has no queer flicks whatsoever.  fried green women is
the best we could do.

ms. badass marine, we're waiting until you get out here to write you a
song, but we did come up with a few new ways to worship you.
unfortunately they'd probably be censored.  suffice to say we love you and
wish you'd take your boston harem out west to join the seattle debauchery
real soon.

cheers, sexuality certain, and lustfully yours,

carolyn, andrea, karey, and audrey

p.s.  stay tuned for part two...expected highlights include a chick pro
basketball game (go reign!), breakfast at hopscotch for liquor before
noon, and orange eating lessons by andrea (not beth) at 1.  :)  more
ogling, as always.  all are welcome.  bring your own oranges (sunkist
recommended).  you know you want to.  :p

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hey all.

okay, i just did my master's thesis on sexuality, so you could say i'm a
bit obsessed, but me, andrea (not beth), and audrey were just watching the
downloaded movie clip of the girls.  we still can't tell what amy is
saying, but after the interviewer asks if they've decided on the title of
the new album, someone in the background says, "life of a lesbian."  no
joke.  :)  hee hee.

neat.

carolyn, andrea (not beth), and audrey

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on thu, 6 feb 1997, elizabeth c birkholz wrote:

> today i got my first guitar ever...a little late cause i'm 21 or so...but
> i brought it home and talked to it and fed it and cared for it and then i
> learned to play land of canaan!!!!

congratulations on your first guitar!!  isn't it about the most fun thing
in the entire world (except perhaps seeing ig live?)  i got my first
guitar about a year ago (at the age of 19 so we're pretty similar here.)
my friend just kind of had this extra one lying around so he gave it to
me. i think maybe i'm actually supposed to give it back at some point but
not anytime soon.  i had never so much as touched a guitar before though
i played a few other instruments.
  another friend of mine taught me the only 3 chords she knew (a, d, and
e.) i hit the web and found olga and started running through ig songs for
an a d e song.  so the song i found was nashville which wasn't one of my
favorites at the time but i learned it anyway and since then have come to
love it.  only thing now is i should really branch out and learn some
non-ig tunes but i justcan't help myself.  i've learned joking, b&f, r&j
(at least they didn't write that one), ctf, kid fears, and center stage.
i've attempted land of canaan but i just can't seem to sing and play that
one at the same time.  so if you've managed it, go you.  (same thing with
strange fire.) just for kicks ieven tried to learn to play the guitar solo
on loc.  on a really good day, i can kinda play it some where in the
vicinity of the tempo they play it on the recordings (i can't even imagine
the tempo they do it live.)
   oh and someone was talking about guitar picks.  it's funny, cause i
just discovered those dunlops with the raised type a couple of weeks ago.
they're great.  i sort of have this embarrassing problem of losing my grip
on my pick and dropping it inside my guitar from time to time so those
help.
   ok, sorry to babble on about nigc but actually it is ig related
because they're the reason i learned to play guitar and it's about the
greatest thing i've ever done.  so thank you to them, and a big time
thanks to adam schneider who posts all those ig tabs.  (though i actually
do have a copy of the self-titled song book now)  and congratulations
again, beth.

               -colleen

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hi all, i just saw the photo shoot as well, and i noticed that they are
sporting a new leather look...although, it could be vinyl considering
amy's love for animals.  anyway, i thought they looked pretty cool, and
their hair is starting to look like each other's.  i know, this is rather
shallow to talk about, but i am very anxiously awaiting their new album,
and i still haven't yet forgiven the record company for pushing the
release date back.

so, can anyone tell if the music in the background of the clip is from the
new album?

love, wendell

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ok, no one flame me.  this came to me from a list wrangler who
thoroughly checks stuff like this out before posting.  and i ma
brekaing a rule by putting it on this list, but for u.s. list
members, this does affect us, so a response is necessary and soon.
i dont know about the rest of you, but i pay enough for my access
already......

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subject: important message


internet users alert!!!   it has come to our attention that several
local telephone companies have petitioned the fcc for permission
to charge internet users by the minute for  local  dial-up telephone
service.  this would affect every internet user, including those
using aol dial-up.

for more information,  see the fcc site: http://www.fcc.gov/isp.htm.
please send an e-mail to  isp@fcc.gov
to express your outrage at the idea of allowing telephone companies
to charge by the minute for local dial-up service.  e-mail comments
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hi betsy-

the strangest thing happened. i sent this message to you last week and i got
your address out of my e-mail address book, and when i punched it in, it just
showed up as "betsy"- i thought , oh well, i guess the computer knows what
its doing. then i get a message back from some betsy in virginia telling me
i've got the wrong number. interesting, huh? cuz in my e-mail address book,
you're address is listed as your whole thing with the shiob and all but when
i copied and pasted, all i got was betsy. wierd.

anyhoo, here is the message once again.

>>how are you? i went to the planning meeting for the mugathon and was hoping
maybe i would see you there. are you planning on going?

well, jude told me the other day that she heard the indigo's will be touring
soon to promote their new release slated for ?

i was hoping you would be able to fill me in on any news about this. i
haven't checked out the list in along time so i'm kind of in the dark.

so last night i dreamed that the indigo's were going to play at a church on
capitol hill. i called to inquire about tickets and a nice church lady told
me i was the first one! so i was going to buy seats front and center for
therese and i, jude and her girlfriend (penelope) and also i was thinking of
getting some for you and cindy. then i woke up. damn.

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all i remember is that ig and sting and i were
hanging out, playing tunes and talking a long walk
througha forest.. wish i could memmer more

maybe this dream is just a flashback to tueday's post??
maybe.. but i will say iw as in heaven with my two fave bands
*sigh.. can i go back to sleep now?
anjeanette
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and the others yielded: and who _can_ be ill-natured and bad tempered
when they encounter neither opposition nor indifference?
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subject:      new grrl!

hi! i'm new to the list...only been lurking for about 2 days now. i'm 19,
i live in the boston area. i will be moving to texas soon...perhaps in the
fall. i play guitar obsessivly. i have just about all the chords to any ig
song, so if you need some, let me know.  i have never seen the ig's
live...*pout*. hope to soon. none of my friends know how to play any ig
songs, so if you're in the area, come on over...we'll "jam".

nice to meet all of you! have a good sunday...tomorrow's a work day.
*sigh*

later!
liz
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hello everyone

i know i'm new to the list so if anyone wants to respond privately to my
post, that'd be great. i'm probably the only one here that is completely
ignorant of the ig history. such as--where they're from, when/why they
formed, the story behind their name...so anybody who would care to fill me
in, i'd love to hear the stories behind ig.

thanks


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              'cause baby when we meet what we're afraid of
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>related query:
>did any of you ever write (like with a pen and a piece of paper!)
>a "fan" letter to your favorite musician?  corrolary:  did you
>really expect them to read it?

hi everyone!  :)

although this is only a *tiny* bit ig-related (as they are in the
public eye) i thought it would --maybe-- contribute to an interesting
sub-thread...

i wrote a letter to the actor corey haim when i was nine.  it was in no
way coherent or dignified.  just me declaring my undying love for
him.  <grin>  needless to say, i never heard a thing in reply.  ;)
he is still one of my most favourite actors, even though his career
has been subjected to -- uh, er...low-rate flicks.  oh well.  long
live "license to drive"!  woo-hoo corey!  :) :) :)

i wrote chad allen [of "my two dads" fame] when i was 10 or so.  i
didn't have much to say except how much i loved the show, loved him
<g>, etc.  about six months later, i received a typed letter in the
mail, stating what chad was up to, etc.  inclosed was a brochure to
order his new home video (which i never did), and a black and white
photo of him and his twin sister charity.  it was autographed with a
saying like "follow your heart and your dreams will never be out of
reach" --> or something to that effect.  :)  very cool, even though i
think the autograph is stamped.  i still have the photo.

even though i know the above two aren't musicians, i thought i would
share my 15 minutes (more like seconds) of fame.  feel free to tell
more stories!

sincerely,
lisa j. :)

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sorry everyone--please disregard my previous post requseting info on the
girls...i've already had half a dozen people tell me where to find the ig
faq, and someone even forwarded them to me. i appreciate your responses,
can't believe how quickly they came!

any other "newbies" out there--be sure to read all the info they send you
when you join. that's where i went wrong.

thanks all!!

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in a message dated 97-02-07 02:06:57 est, you write:

<< dunlop .50mm, .60mm or .72mm (?) - the added plus of these picks is they
     have upraised printing on them, which provides a nice grip. >>

i use these picks and like them a lot.  i use 72s on the old seagull and 60s
on the taylor since its loud.   and yes the reason i like 'em is the grip.

michelle

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hi.  well, thanks to everyone for your encouraging messages for me and my
new guitar.  i'm starting to get callouses which is really exciting, and
learning more ig songs than ever.   it's the best!

okay, my question is...how many people started playing because or partly
because of ig??  i know i did, at least partly.  i also need to know how
to play guitar for my future job (youth pastor), but ig was, um, sorry,
but instrumental in me learning how to play.  anybody else?  and what
were the first ig songs that y'all learned?
oh so curious.  have a lovely sunday!
peace,
beth

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i have been off of the list for about a month now, so i am a bit out of the
loop.  my question is if anyone knows any concert dates besides the mt.
holyoke one march 13?  sadly, i can not make the mt. holyoke show because i
have a midterm that day, so i am hoping (praying?) that there is another
new england date. . .

-deirdre

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> and what were the first ig songs that y'all learned?

i played guitar long before i stumbled upon the indigo girls last fall,
but the first song i learned how to play was strange fire.  it is still
one of my favorites to play....

nick

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ok, so you'll have to take my word for it...i don't have a scanner...

there were 2 or 3 of us taking pics at the party, and i rushed to get mine
developed today.  i have to say, there are some good ones, some blackmail
ones, and some really excellent ones....especially...and i'm so happy about
this....the final group pic came out really good!   everyone is smiling and
nobody blinked (always one in a group but not this time!) - not even sadie,
our party mascot (joan and margo's puppy!  ;o)  hehe

[sundara:  got some cute ones of susie...and i made doubles....we'll
talk...hehe]

well, just wanted to make you all drool with anticipation....i love to put
faces with names, don't you?

counting down the days til the web page debut....i'm now

joe  (my new name given me by the dweeb behind the counter at mikes
restaurant in somerville...)

(sorry, but how hard is 'joan?'  i very much annunciated the 'n' at the end,
didn't i suzie?)

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>okay, my question is...how many people started playing because or partly
>because of ig??

i hadn't even heard of ig when i started playing guitar. but since i've
been listening to them nonstop, they have now become my source of
inspiration. i hardly ever play anything that isn't indigo!

>what were the first ig songs that y'all learned?

land of canaan. it only had three chords. from there i went to least
complicated (which was very complicated!), galileo, hand me downs, walk
away, strange fire......

now i can play somewhere around 36 songs by them. i like being able to
choose what i'm going to play from day to day. i'm not limited at all!

later-

-liz-

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seein' a lady next week who hurt me real bad ..want to give her a tape of
"you're  a shit and you know it but i still love you" songs..cause the
nicer i am..the worse she'll feel..sounds bitchy but if you knew the
story you'd help..
so far i have the standards
ghost
left me a fool
left it up to me
just so you know by kristen hall
but i need more..
puttin it together tonight.
any suggestions?

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hey i was just wondering-- is "dog in a manger" one of those
colloquialisms that everyone except me has heard before? i thought it was
one of those made-up phrases that amy just sort of threw into a song b/c
it sounded cool, but then i was reading _wuthering_heights_ today and
there's this part in which isabella says "you are a dog in a manger,
cathy, and desire noone to be loved but yourself." i was going "wow. that
phrase actually has meaning. hmm."  this is just one of those little "had
to share" things. so for those of you who are more familiar with that
phrase, give me some examples of its usual context. that'd be nice.
  julie

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some of us need to find out how to phone order tixs since some of us found a
very willing ride.....


peace
(listening to a cool dar radio show)
mike r.

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i've got a fragment of a line running through my head and it goes something
like "i (or maybe you) really must go." for some reason i think that either
amy or emily sings it in a song but maybe i'm wrong. anyway, if this line
rings a bell from any song, please let me know. thanks!

:) abigail

"when i was 15, oh i knew it was over, the road to enchantment was not mine
to take..."

                    ~dar williams

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>
> hey i was just wondering-- is "dog in a manger" one of those
> colloquialisms that everyone except me has heard before? i thought it was
yes. here is the definition from _the_dictionary_of_cultural_literacy_ (hirsch,
kett, and trefil, 1988):

<quoted material>
a person who spitefully refuses to let someone else benefit from something for
which he or she has no personal use: "we asked our neighbor for the fence posts
he had left over, but, like a dog in the manger, he threw them out rather than
give them to us." the phrase comes from one of aesop's fables, about a dog
lying in a manger full of hay. when an ox tries to eat some hay, the dog bites
him, despite the fact that the hay is of no use to the dog.
</quoted material>

as amy goes on to say, such people would probably be experiencing feelings of
possession, protection, and anger. the rest of the interpretation is left as an
exercise to the reader. :-)
kirsten


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time i do, i offend someone somewhere..."--ani difranco             ;no comment

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>
> some of us need to find out how to phone order tixs since some of us found a
> very willing ride.....
>
as those of us who were at the boston party yesterday already know, tickets go
on sale march 1st at 2 pm, and cannot be phone ordered.
kirsten, herself contemplating whether or not to schlep out to the wilds of
western massachusetts just to pay too much money for tickets to a concert whose
attendance will entail her missing a day of very interesting (and *that* wasn't
sarcasm) classes.


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time i do, i offend someone somewhere..."--ani difranco             ;no comment

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so today i'm browsing through my copy of macbeth (which i was supposed
to have finished friday) for grade 12 english, and i come upon this
line from lady macbeth:
"it is too full o' the milk of human kindness"
i read it, then realize what it says and run downstairs to my
computer.  wow, incredible lyrics and intellectual lyrics, all at
once.  i really hope i'm not repeating something someone has already
said, but i was so impressed i had to let all of you know.
-rebecca

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>
> so today i'm browsing through my copy of macbeth (which i was supposed
> to have finished friday) for grade 12 english, and i come upon this
> line from lady macbeth:
> "it is too full o' the milk of human kindness"
> i read it, then realize what it says and run downstairs to my
> computer.  wow, incredible lyrics and intellectual lyrics, all at
> once.  i really hope i'm not repeating something someone has already
> said, but i was so impressed i had to let all of you know.
> -rebecca
"milk of human kindness" is a pretty common shakespearean reference, actually.
it is in standard usage, and i've heard it used a lot. not to put down lwcty,
of course, but imowo, the sly greek-mythology refs in ghost are much more
skillfully done.
kirsten


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time i do, i offend someone somewhere..."--ani difranco             ;no comment

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hey y'all,

count one more from long island, ny.

donna

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hi y'all,
well, for all those who care, my email addy switched from investor@istar.ca
to this one: parsnip@valise.com
so to jump on the name bandwagon, i'll explain how i go this name. this
summer i work at a summer camp and we have this get-to-know-you game that
we play with the kids where each tells you if they were a fruit or a
vegetable what would they be & why? and then you have them do the same for
the person sitting next to them.  so one of my campers bequethed upon me
the title of parsnip because they are an acquired taste (she was bitter b/c
i wouldn't let her go to be without brushing her teeth) and they are sort
of an odd colour (implying that i'm sort of odd, which is porbably quite
accurate)  so that's the secret behind the vegetable with me.  so...
my question to everyone is...if you were a fruit or vegetable, what would
you be? and if a &/or e were a fruit/vegetable what would they be?
                                    that's all folks
                                    patricia


i've seen the future and it's just like the past, only longer.

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read it on aol -- supposedly is confirmed

mike r.
*hoping to get to mt. holyoke*
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--- you wrote:
ms. badass marine, we're waiting until you get out here to write you a
song, but we did come up with a few new ways to worship you.
unfortunately they'd probably be censored.
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wowwwwweeeeeeeeeeeee. that sounds dangerous! but ya know, i'm planning on
running for pubic i mean public office someday, so it *has* to be morally and
ethically appropriate :)

xoxo,
"susie b. in 2003- the only senator going commando!"

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on sun, 9 feb 1997, kirsten chevalier wrote:

> > some of us need to find out how to phone order tixs since some of us found a
> > very willing ride.....
> >
> as those of us who were at the boston party yesterday already know, tickets go
> on sale march 1st at 2 pm, and cannot be phone ordered.

this is not completely accurate.  the mount holyoke news did not report
any information about phone ordering tickets for the mhc show.  but they
did not say that you couldn't do it.  i don't know if they will be on
sale over the phone or not.

margaret

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hello everyone!
>
> i couldn't make it to the boston bash over the weekend :(, sad sad sad.
> anyway, i was wondering if anyone could please give me any info on getting
> tickets for the mt. holyoke concert that i may have missed not being in
> somerville.  i live in ma also so i'm definitely planning on making the
> trip.  is this concert definitely being held?  march 1st at 2pm at mt.
> holyoke?  well, any info would be greatly appreciated.  thanks sooo
> much!
> fare thee well,
> beth

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according to some tests i read *years* ago, tdk was a better tape for metal
tapes and i think it marginally beat out maxell on type 2 tapes as well. i
know i had a few tapes that were maxells that screwed up too. course that
could have been human error.

mike r.

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on sun, 9 feb 1997, audrey beth stein wrote:

> first stop was the erotic bakery.  it was carolyn's first time....at the
> bakery, of course...and she thoroughly enjoyed the deflowerment though she
                                                       ^^^^^^

shouldn't that be de-flour-ment?

                                                tuesday's child


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if amy and emily were a fruit or veggie...that was on watershed...emily
was a strawberry (my fave fruit) and amy said she'd be black bleans and
rice 'cause that's what she ate...
i can't think of any other thing they would be to me...
as far as myself, id have to be a mango...deliciously sweet and yet
tart and tangy ...some people like it, some people don't ...but more
people like it than the ones that don't *wink*
-sal

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subject:      re: if you were a fruit or veggie...

i think i'd have to be a durian: prickly on the outside yet soft and quivering
on the inside; most people have never heard of it, but of the ones that
have, some people love it passionately and the rest just think it stinks.
;-) kirsten


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time i do, i offend someone somewhere..."--ani difranco             ;no comment

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well here it is folks, the 2nd and final update. sale ends tommorow
(tuesday) night. i'll mail the winners after my 6-9 class. thanks to all
those that participated. it didn't go too bad for a maiden voyage :)
keep me updated with your want lists..cuz i just like finding the stuff!
i'll have a few new things to offer in a week or so..a rare poster from
nomads, indians and saints is one to look forward to :) that's all for
now..have an indigo week.


1)hammer and nail   - 10.00 oz

2)galileo digipak   - 14.00 map

3)i don't wanna talk about it   - 15.00 sf

4)three hits - 25.00 mm

5)joking   - 15.00 sf

6)galileo jewel - 10.00 oz

7)rites of passage - 25.00 map

8)touch me fall - 15.00 sf

9)closer to fine - 16.00 kf

10)club r & r - 75.00 loc

11)strange fire - 130.00 ar

we are fortunate ones,
joe
hamilton@bayflash.stpt.usf.edu

-------descriptions - read carefully!---------
format:
item number) item name - description

1)hammer and nail   - promotional only cd single.

2)galileo digipak   - promotional only cd single in digipak
                        brand new and sealed!

3)i don't wanna talk about it   - promotional only cd single

4)three hits - promotional only e.p.
                            song list:  three hits
                                        galileo
                                        joking
                                        ghost
                                        jonas & ezekial

5)joking   - promotional only cd single

6)galileo jewel - promotional only cd single - jewel case
                        (cover sleeve has water damage - disc is fine)

7)rites of passage - promotional only - full album - no cover sleeve
                        black/white back with song times

8)touch me fall - promotional only cd single - digipak
                        (teensy dings on outside corners of digipak)

9)closer to fine - promotional only - white label - 7" vinyl
                        in epic sleeve

10)club r & r - club r & r and epic records present an acoustic
                evening with the allman brothers band & the
                indigo girls. promotional only - live
                (cover and disc show wear - plays fine)

        song list:      indigo girls       allman brothers
                        ------------       ---------------
                        welcome me         come on in my kitchen
                        galileo            seven turns
                        joking             midnight rider
                        ghost              southbound
                        three hits         in memory of elizabeth reed
                        closer to fine     goin' down the road
                        the water is wide  melissa

11)strange fire - indigo records ( 12" vinyl )
                  the two outside corners (by the opening) of the cover
                  show a small amount of wear but are o.k.. there is a
                  good sized crease along the bottom left corner. there
                  are also a couple divets in the top right. with the
                  exception of the one large crease, there are a few
                  small creases here and there. the original sleeve is
                  missing. the vinyl is in fine shape. this is a very
                  good starter strangefire. the cover isn't all that
                  great but the vinyl is in very nice shape with only
                  a few small scratches that would not effect play.
                  recommended to start a collection!

rating-------->   cover 5  sleeve 0  vinyl 8.75  out of 10

                  since this would make a perfect start to a collection,
                  whoever wins the strangefire will also receive a
                  used-in-concert guitar pick as a gift addition to
                  their collection.


mail bids to hamilton@bayflash.stpt.usf.edu

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by the way, folks...if you have never tried black beans and rice, try
it...i saw a bag of black beans at the store and thought "hey! maybe
i'll try some...can't hurt me" well, they take forever to cook...you
have to soak them overnight in water before you cook them...but the end
result is fabulous...here's my recipe:
when soaking the beans, add four clove stubs (or if you don't like
cloves omit that part) to the water and let sit overnight....the next
day when you bring your water to a slow-rolling boil, add some
season-all, steak seasoning and/or red pepper sauce to taste (your
choice..i've tried all three and all are fabulous). serve on a plate of
white or brown rice and chow down, pushing the clove stubs to the side
of your plate, should you happen to get one in the mix. it makes a great
meal, even for the distinguishing bean-eater (like my mother who used to
hate black beans, for the life of me i don't know why).
notice: after the beans are cooked thoroughly, you need to drain the
water, but wear an apron or something dark because the coloring is
disastrous...i washed my beans before i cooked them and the color still
bled  into the water
anyway, have a good day fellow culinary experts!!
-sal

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on sun, 9 feb 1997, aja wrote:

> hey i was just wondering-- is "dog in a manger" one of those
> colloquialisms that everyone except me has heard before? i thought it was
> one of those made-up phrases that amy just sort of threw into a song b/c
> it sounded cool, but then i was reading _wuthering_heights_ today and
> there's this part in which isabella says "you are a dog in a manger,
> cathy, and desire noone to be loved but yourself." i was going "wow. that
> phrase actually has meaning. hmm."  this is just one of those little "had
> to share" things. so for those of you who are more familiar with that
> phrase, give me some examples of its usual context. that'd be nice.

i think the term is derived from one of aesop's fables.   aesop was a
slave in ancient athens (i think) who told a number of moral fables (i
can't think of any others off hand), and this was one of them.   basically
a dog in a manger is someone who takes up something he doesn't need, when
others who need it can't have it.

mat

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i would definitly be a pomegrant. i think i spelled it wrong, though. i
love those things. it takes me days to eat just one, and i like to suck
the juice out of them.

=  ) yeah, that would be me...

emily would be a water chesnut and amy would be a grapefruit. = )  i have
my reasons....

-liz-

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subject:      re : if i was a fruit or veggie....

i think i'd be a grape - sweet and lovely, but not good for you if
you have a lot of them...
"as those words were spoken i swear,
i heard the old man laughing,
"what good is a used up world
and how could it be worth having?"

sting, all this time

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subject:      favourite tracks on 1200c

i think my favourite tracks from the album have to be......

"thin line" - a nice song with a really great chorus...

"mystery" - because of the really sweet intro, and the fact that it
is such a nice song...

"river" - because it is such a nice cover version....

"bury my heart...." (both versions) - because it's a new sound from
the ig, and i hope they do it live (in england hopefully, and not
just london!)....

and "least complicated" and "ctf" because they are just my favourite
ig tracks.

sorry, i'm writing so much, but the computers around here have been
down all weekend!
"as those words were spoken i swear,
i heard the old man laughing,
"what good is a used up world
and how could it be worth having?"

sting, all this time

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subject:      talking 'bout another survey....

i was just wondering if we could do a similar survey for the uk, and
make it town by town, instead of just state....

"as those words were spoken i swear,
i heard the old man laughing,
"what good is a used up world
and how could it be worth having?"

sting, all this time

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subject:      re : uk survey

just to kick things off, i'm currently at worcester...
"as those words were spoken i swear,
i heard the old man laughing,
"what good is a used up world
and how could it be worth having?"

sting, all this time

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subject:      dar williams - 2; seattle reign - 6
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we've discovered that you're more likely to run into listees at a seattle
reign women's professional basketball game than at a dar williams
concert.  ten women in shorts versus one with a guitar.  go figure.


love you all,
carolyn and audrey


p.s. check out player number 3 on the reign.  :p  she's so special.
<*carolyn blushes*>  hee hee.

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ok, it's monday morning and my beer headache from saturday is just about
gone.  not bad for someone who doesn't usually drink beer (i'm serious,
kate <the lurker> grant!).  it's a good thing, though 'cuz if i had brought
my mudslide mix and blender, (whoo hooo!) joan and margo would've had 15
house guests that nite 'cuz noone would have been driving home after them!

so, as promised, and since you never said not to sundara, here's the lyrics
to the song we sang to the great one, ms. suzie 'badass' marine:


>put on your (combat) boots
>        (as sung to get out the map)
>        by sundara murphy, with lots of help from joni cyr
>
>
>this song is about susan b. marine
>that big badass feminist soon i hope to see
>buyin you a beer is what i'll do when you visit me,
>the president of sbmfc
>
>you can call from boston
>the phone is here
>the rates are cheap
>we're waiting by the phone to hear the voice of suzie b.
>her words of wisdom give us strength that fine'ly set us free
>and help us pull together and continue on "flame-free"
>
>put on your boots
>put on your boots
>and stomp your feet anywhere down
>we'll chase those close-minded people all the way out of town
>don't think that what you do won't be helping everyone
>you're gonna change the world
>you're gonna make it right
>we're gonna love you good and strong while our love is good and young!

i'd like to thank all the boston listers that sang along with me 'cuz
frankly after the beer, i needed to be drowned out.

have a good day y'all!  (now you will be humming this all the rest of the
day! hehehehe!)


joni  :o)

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kirsten chevalier wrote:
>
> i think i'd have to be a durian: prickly on the outside yet soft and quivering
> on the inside; most people have never heard of it, but of the ones that
> have, some people love it passionately and the rest just think it stinks.
> ;-) kirsten

have you read what bayard taylor (siam 193. 1892) has written about
durian?
"of all fruits, at first the most intolerable but said by those who have
smothered their prejudices, to be of all fruits, at last, the most
indispensable.  when it is brought to you at first, you clamor till it
is removed; if there are durians in the next room to you, you cannot
sleep.  chloride of lime and disinfectants seem to be its necessary
remedy.  to eat it, seems to be the sacrifice of self respect; but
endure it for a while, with closed nostrils, taste it once or twice, and
you will cry for durians henceforth, even--i blush to write it--before
even the glorious mongosteen."

anna
longtime lurker, lifelong hoosier, and a boilermaker working in
horticulture

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hey all
        i heard a nasty rumor from my lab assistant (who also works at
mt. holyoke) that the deal on march 1st is going to be one ticket per
person.  as in, we might not be able to buy for all the people who can't
get over here on march 1st.  this is baaaad.

hoping its not true,
jennie

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hey kind friends...
i checked at pollstar online, and they say the show is happening, but i
don't know how to get more info.  does anyone have any, or at least a phone
#?  there's nothing at ticketmaster, but i have a feeling it won't be going
through them.  anyone know1?
thanks,
stephen

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subject:      re: news from seattle bi-coastal gathering

just goes to prove you should never underestimate the dyke side of the force.

i know, i know...a cheesy star wars reference....

dawn

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subject:      re: [fwd: need your help]

here's a suggestion....

howzabout you oughtta know by (i know don't even say it) alanis morrisette?

dawn

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i am holding the posting of loop tape information until tommorrow. i am
still gathering a couple of bits of information. please be patient and
everything will be ready tommorrow.

amy
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hey y'all!

i'm sitting at my desk plugging away at work (i am, really).  anyway, h&n
comes on my tape player and it reminded me of a funny story.

i was kid-sitting yesterday, and i had a 10 year old girl and her 5 year
old brother in my car (niece and nephew by proxy).  we're driving along,
and i have ig on the deck (what a shock!).  i have it low, 'cuz i'm
curtious when others are in my car...i don't blow them away like when i'm
by myself.  anyway, we're chatting and then there was this moment of
silence...h&n comes on.  the 5 year old boy perks up and says "hey,
christina (his sister in the back)!  remember this song?  we know this
one!"  she says "yea!"  and starts to sing it. (i'm thinking "this is soooo
cute!  two little newbies!")  he waits until just the right moment and
starts singing too:  "....even my sweat smells clean...hahahahaha!"

hey, he's a 5 year old boy, whaddya expect he would pick up on?  well, it
made me laugh.

back to work.....ugh....

joni  :o)

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subject:      nigc - leonard peltier

dear ig-listers:

i thought you might be interested in this, given amy and emily's concern for
leonard peltier. thanks.

steve holmes
============

dear friends:

greetings! please take a moment to read the following letter concerning the
leonard peltier case, and if conscience allows, substitute your name at the
bottom and send the letter on to president clinton at president@whitehouse.gov.
you should also delete the p.s. (except if it is true for you, too!) and if you
wish add your own personal statement as a p.s. please also consider forwarding
this entire message to other interested persons; flooding the white house e-mail
box might help some small bit in drawing attention to peltier. thank you very
much.
******************************************************

dear president clinton:

i am writing to express my deep concern for the case of leonard peltier and to
ask for presidential action on his behalf. as you know, leonard peltier is a
native american activist who is now serving two consecutive life sentences after
having been convicted of the 1975 murder of two fbi agents at pine ridge, south
dakota. the trial, however - perhaps reflecting the traditional u.s. government
manner of dealing with native americans - was characterized by corruption,
prejudice, and intimidation more than by justice. the conviction was based upon
phony evidence, and the actual evidence was intentionally withheld - including,
for example, the fact that the bullets found at the murder scene didn't even
match peltier's gun. however, for over 20 years, the u.s. government and
judicial system have denied any possibility of retrial or parole, even while
major national and international figures - members of congress, jesse jackson,
amnesty international, nelson mandela, desmond tutu - have recognized peltier as
a political prisoner held for unjust reasons. for native americans and for many
prisoners, leonard peltier has become a symbol of both pain and hope, and a
rallying cry for action.

for the past three years, mr. president, you have had the oppportunity to
address this egregious miscarriage of justice and to - in some small measure -
begin to make amends for the pain and violence that the u.s. government has
inflicted upon native americans. an executive clemency petition for leonard
peltier is on your desk right now. signing this petition would not constitute a
gift or an act of mercy, but a long overdue affirmation of justice and fairness
in dealing with native americans. please do so, mr. president, and let america
and the world know that you are committed to freedom and justice for all.

sincerely,

steve holmes
24 ramsdell ave. #2
roslindale, ma  02131

p.s. i know a native woman in prison for whom the peltier case encapsulates a
whole world of experiences: inspiration, frustration, hope, anger, and
understanding. your signing this petition would not only show your moral courage
but would also touch the hearts and lives of countless individual americans.

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of whomever one writes  to  when you wish to report a person who is
bothering you after you have asked them to stop.
thanks

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you guys have been fantatic suggesting songs for this tape..actually i
got so many suggestions its now turned into 2..thanks alot...
sorry to hear so many other people have been in this same type of
situation...i was considering bombing her house( joke..folks its a
joke...)but i think the tape is so much more..um...mature?
thanks alot

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hi y'all
  thanks to everyone who filled me in on the dog in a manger thing. i
never would've known...
  a few people asked me to send along the answer when i got a response.
this one from brian was pretty informative. some other folks mentioned
that it's from one of aesop's fables, just so you know where this is
coming from.

brain said:

this is a very old saying. the dog is lying in the manger because the hay is
so gosh darn comfortable. the horse approaches and asks if the dog is going
to eat the hay.
the dog says no so the horse asks if he will move so the horse can eat the
hay. the dog says no he is way too comfortable. the dog in the manger is
therefore someone who will monopolize something they have no pressing need of
to the detrement of someone who does have a need. the parameters of this
story can be stretched and molded to fit many situations.
                                    be happy,
                                       brian

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subject:      ig, dar, seattle reign

in a message dated 97-02-10 08:47:43 est, carolyn and audrey write:

<< we've discovered that you're more likely to run into listees at a seattle
reign women's professional basketball game than at a dar williams
concert.  ten women in shorts versus one with a guitar.  go figure.

just add two words and it all makes sense:  ... "than at a dar "straight
woman" williams concert..."

maria (who loves dar anyway and wishes an abl team was near her!)

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subject:      re: if you were a fruit or veggie...

good morning y'all (at least it is for me)

well, i just haaaaad to participate in this absolutely nigc thread.
simply cause if i were a fruit, i'd be an orange.  cause, they are the
perfect fruit  (my friend and i had a discussion about this last night,
who knew the list would talk about it this morning)  here are the reasons
why they are the perfect fruit:

1.  they smell yummy on your hands after you peel them
2.  they come in little sections so you can share with your friends or
offer them to kindly strangers whom you might want to talk to (a good way
to meet cute girls (or boys, whichever you like)
3.  no matter how old they get, they don't rot and smell, they just
shrivel up and turn into a rattle
4. you can stick cloves in them and use them in your closet to make your
cloths smell nice
5.  the peels don't rot either, they just turn into hard pieces that you
can throw at your younger siblings when mad (hahahah)
6.  orange and purple look so pretty together
7.  they taste yummy!!!

love,
sundara, presy sbmfc, who, if she had a job at all, wouldn't be quitting
it to become a song writer heehee

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ok, if i could be any fruit or veggie, i think that i might have to go for
the kiwi...it isn't so easy to get that outside shell off initially, but
once it is gone, it is so very sweet and juicy!!!:)

wish i were as cute as a kiwi fruit...hee hee that kinda rhymed!!!
have a eeyoremous day!
tucker


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because you'd cry your eyes out
if you didn't
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subject:      save the date! (fwd)

please forward this to everyone you know!  the show is free if you're a student
at au, or just a mere $7.  eg
----------------------------original message----------------------------
hey there.....as you all may well know, the band disappear fear will be perform
ing on campus on march 1.  the band, who's opened for the indigo girls has also
played the now rally against violence (were you there?) and many other college
towns like ours.  this time, their appearance will be co-sponsored by a coalit
ion of progressive groups, who will have tables with community service, activis
m, internship, etc information.  free condoms, too!  call me if you need more i
nformationn or to volunteer.  erica (202) 338-2220

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way back in november i made an offer to dub chapel hill, 11/87, for
the first ten people to get a hold of me.  well, not all of those
have decided to really take up the offer.  so, if three people out
there would like a copy of this boot, email me soon, 'cause it's
first in my box, first served.  :)

oh, and please be very sure that you do indeed want a copy of this
boot and are in the financial situation of sending me a blank for
it....

anna


"i don't know the key to sucess, but the key to failure
is trying to please everybody."  -bill cosby


http://narnia.emu.edu/pub/students/creechal/creechal.htm

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ok, so this is completely nigc, but if you are wondering why my last message
had loser in the from box, my friend keeps using my email, and changing my
real name box....ahhhhhhh!!!  so anyway, i don't call myself loser...hee
hee!!!;)
peace all
tucker


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because you'd cry your eyes out
if you didn't
---ig
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whoa!  what a response!  sorry folks, the offer is closed now....

anna

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ok i need one more loop leader in the us. anyone?

amy
-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
\o/    ok, who put a "stop payment"
|        on my reality check?
/ \                              web developer
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the truth is out there ... mailto:newsletter@homecom.com

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i got this from another list, hope it hasn't been posted already. im on
digest so i can't always tell. :)

>from the fan club home page:
>here's the news everyone's been waiting for (quoting the press release
>received at m.e.i.n at 11:00am pacific time this morning):
>
> "it is with great joy that melissa
> etheridge and julie cypher announce the birth
> of their daughter bailey jean (8lbs,
> 10oz) on monday, february 10th at 1:35am.
>
>                                      "everybody is doing great."
>
>                             this is all m.e.i.n knows at this time.

kristina

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x-to:         alisont@netcom.com

ucking ig is actually fucking pig. it comes from the world according to garp,
a great movie starring robin williams. a group of women called ellen jamsiens
cut our in their tongues and are incapable of  saying it. just a weird little
fact i thought y'all might like to know.
                       katherine

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from:         elizabeth turcotte <lturcotte@star.net>
subject:      re: if you were a fruit or veggie...
in-reply-to:  <199702101826.naa17855@pinstripe.urich.edu>

>ok, if i could be any fruit or veggie, i think that i might have to go
>for the kiwi...

uh oh!! tucker, i'm allergic to you!

*heehee*

-liz-

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subject:      if i were a fruit

my inner fruit is a plum.  if you have a problem, oh well.

i think emily is a strawberry, and amy is either a kiwi or a coconut.  maybe,
tho, emily is a tomato . . . they're fruit, you know . . . tomatoes. =)  or
maybe amy's a pair . . . or a tangelo!  hey, i could get into this!

how about this for a question: if a&e were characters in the star wars
movies, who would they be?  who else can see amy hans solo?  some one must!
did i get his name wrong?  i guess this is what happens when you've grown up
on the videos . . .

-elizabeth

crazy as can be . . .

* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
"to come back as fire, burn all the liars, and leave a blanket of ash on the
ground."

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subject:      re: cute story...igc
in-reply-to:  <v02140b08af24eb95b87f@[18.142.0.27]>

>soooo cute!  two little newbies!")  he waits until just the right moment
>and starts singing too:  "....even my sweat smells clean...hahahahaha!"


lol!! too funny!

a girl i teach (she has some problems to begin with), sings it "closer i
am to the line...!"  heh heh...i haven't the heart to tell her any
different. at least she's singing it!

-liz-

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>my inner fruit is a plum.  if you have a problem, oh well.

i hear you. =  )  plum would have been my second choice...

>how about this for a question: if a&e were characters in the star wars
>movies, who would they be?  who else can see amy hans solo?  some one
>must!

ahh!! now that is nuts. =  )  maybe emily could be chewy.....and if amy or
emily ever read this list, they would fall over.....

-liz-

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]thought this might be of some interest...

>this comes directly from melissa's publicist:

><<it is with great joy that melissa etheridge and julie cypher announce
>the birth of their daughter bailey jean (8lbs, 10oz) on monday, february
>10th at 1:35am.

>everybody is doing great.>>

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subject:      nigc????
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just what the heck does "nigc" mean?

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in case some folks might be interested, melissa's partner, julie cypher,
gave birth at 1:35 am pacific time on feb 10  to a baby girl,
bailey jean, who weighed in at 8 lbs, 10 oz.  mothers and baby
are apparently doing fine.

                          _________
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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hello t.o ppl's. time to get a' crackin' on planning this list party if we ever
want it to happen. if you are from toronto or would just like to come to the
party, drop me a note at bmilner@interlog.com and i'll keep u informed about
the situation :) buh bye....sarah

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subject:      if a & e were fruit/veggies...

if a and e were fruit/veggies, what kind would they be?  hmmmm...
i'd say emily would be a strawberry and amy would be a jalapeno pepper!

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<<ucking ig is actually fucking pig. it comes from the world according to garp,
a great movie starring robin williams. a group of women called ellen jamsiens
cut our in their tongues and are incapable of  saying it. just a weird little
fact i thought y'all might like to know.>>

actually, _the world according to garp_ was first a book, written by john
irving.  it's an amazing book!

:)

andi

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

             "...and when i am negative, i will be negative only
         for as long as i have to be, until i can understand it, and
        then i will be positive...when i hate, i will turn my hatred
           into energy, when i am angry i will turn my anger into
              energy...and i will not be complacent."-amy ray
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on 1200c, i think my favorite tracks are:
  river (i love this one so much)
  least complicated and
  down by the river

  but i also really like the studio version of bury my heart at wounded knee

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subject:      daemon showcase in nashville on 2/21

hear ye, hear ye...

from the nashville entertainment association's 1997 extravaganza show
schedule:

friday, february 21, 1997
douglas corner cafe
daemon records showcase hosted by amy ray of indigo girls
8:00 p.m.   lift
9:00        the rock-a-teens
10:00       belloluna
11:00       reversing hour
12:00a.m.   tantrums featuring danielle howle

showtimes are central time

the 1997 nea extravaganza is basically three nights (feb. 20-22) of music,
featuring over 250 bands, with bands performing at 15 to 20 different venues
(simultaneously) each night.  there are just too  many artists to name, and
many i have never even heard of, though some of you all probably have.  anyway,
besides the daemon bands, some notables include edwin mccain, drivin' and cryin',
guy clark, stone deep, the v-roys, gretchen peters, marshall chapman (very cool:),
lucinda williams, clive gregson, and many other acoustic, modern rock, roots
rock, country, bluegrass, etc. etc. artists.  i would be happy to snail mail
anyone who is interested a show schedule.

anyway, about the daemon showcase...  admission to the club is first come,
first serve.  i don't know how much tickets will be (neither does the club),
but i doubt they will be very much.  someone from the nea told me today
that you can buy a wristband at tower records for the entire 3-day
event for $25.00.  i doubt cover will be more than $10.00, if that much.
anyway, i will definitely be there, as i have never heard any of the artists
on the current daemon roster (except for reversing hour on the honor cd), so
i'm really fired up about this!  if anyone would like further information
about the extravaganza or directions to the club where the daemon showcase
will be held, e-mail me.  if it looks like several people will be coming into
town for the showcase, i may try to have a pre/post showcase list party.  yes,
another excuse to get together with fellow music lovers and party:)
again, the showcase starts at 8:00 pm cst.  cheers!!!

peace and 11 days 'til that awesome showcase :)

joan :-d

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wow. i was just reading _the world according to garp_ (by john irving)
last night and came across the part about the ellen james society. was
there really such a thing or did ejs the band just read the book too?
anyone know? (the book says that ellen james was an 11 year old girl who
got raped, and the rapists cut out her tongue so she couldn't tell who it
was. but the idiots didn't realize that 11 year olds know how to write,
so e.j. write a very good description of them and they were caught,
convicted, and got murdered in jail. the book says that the ellen james
society is a group of people who had their tongues cut off to protest
what happened to ellen james.)

                andrea crain *** internet: acrain@knox.edu
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subject:      nigc heh heh

cancel my original post about "nigc"....i know what it means. thank you!

-liz-

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on mon, 10 feb 1997 01:27:55 -0600 you wrote:
>if amy and emily were a fruit or veggie...that was on watershed...

i apologize for re-using a watershed thread.  aaargh, every time i think
i've come up with some witty question to ask the list, it turns it's been
done somewhere else. guess i'll just have to try harder....  or buy the
watershed video.
                                             patricia

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i wanna play too!  ok... if i were a veggie, i would have to be a lima bean - 'cause nobody likes *them* either!!!  :)  just kidding (maybe), my self-esteem isn't quite *that* low (close, but not quite).  really though, i'm definitely a lime.  why?  i'm eating one right now (pucker pucker) and supposedly you are what you eat!

amy would be a green pepper - ever notice that no two green peppers look exactly the same?  just like amy - she does whatever she wants to, but the end result is always delicious!!!)

emily would be a head of lettuce.  there are so many wonderful sides to her that we discover each time we go to her.  kind of reminds me of peeling away at a head of lettuce, only to find there are a million other leaves in there that are all beautiful and special in their own ways.  yes, i did get all that from a head of lettuce!  ;)

one thing is for sure - amy and emily could be related to all kinds of fruits and veggies because they all make you feel good and are good for you.  one is nourishment for the body, the other two are nourishment for the soul.  (unless you're allergic to veggies and fruit - then just ignore whatever i said ;)

and that's all i have to say about that!
fare thee well,
beth

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        texas ig list party - galveston, texas - march 7-9, 1997

purpose: ecstatic singing and dancing, enthusiastic worship of ig's, drunken
revelry

invitees currently number 12 w/ a limit of 16 max due the size of the beach
house :o

food and beverages: i will buy a 16 gallon keg of st. arnold's amber beer
which should last all weekend if we keep it iced down :)  i also have two
turkeys i plan to roast - one sat. & one sun.

what to bring:     ig related pics, memorabilia, guitars, other musical
instruments, songbooks, boots/cd's/tapes, stereo/recording equipment, a
little         money...

laissez le bon temps roulet
the chicken maestro~~ <aka bacchus>

p.s. email me privately if you'd like to attend

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ok, the science teacher in me must respond...

any plant part that has seeds is technically a fruit. this means many
"vegetables" are actually fruit.  btw, they are also technically "ovaries".

lori
posing as an english teacher too this semester

ps. where were all the other ontarians in the state poll?


"when you're sure you've had enough of this life, well hang on"
                                            rem

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        hi y'all,

        all the recent talk about list gatherings has prompted me to repost the
ny/nj/pa party info.  for those of you who don't live in the area...sorry
to waste bandwidth!!  for those who live in the area...here's the beta:

        on march 15th i'm opening my house up to any ig fan who wants to get
together from 4pm to whenever...i live on the new jersey shore near the
long branch/asbury park area and will be providing directions to all that
confirm (or are interested) in just a couple of days.  for a bit of
background...i'm approximately an hour from new york city and two hours
from philadelphia.

        so if you're interested let me know via private email and i'll be writing
to everyone separately in the near future...

        peace,

                jen

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ghost - probably the one song that got me hooked on ig (yeah, i'm a sorta kinda newbie to ig)
thin line
pushing the needle too far - amy is so passionate on this one!
tangled up in blue - this is the best for screaming at the top of your lungs while locked safely inside the car!
dead man's hill


there's lots more, but i'd end up listing every song on it, so i'll stop here.  1200c was the first ig album i bought (last october - i think it was the night before halloween).  one of my friends was talking about them one day and how they had changed his life.  so i went to the store and randomly picked out 1200c (ok, it was on sale.  oh the shame of it all ;)  it's tough to be a starving musician!).  needless to say, i was hooked instantly.  for some reason, i found myself listening mostly to sides 1-2, and still don't pick up 3-4 that frequently.  i'm not sure why, anyone else find this?

fare thee well,
beth

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              crain" at feb 10, 97 7:07 pm

>
> wow. i was just reading _the world according to garp_ (by john irving)
> last night and came across the part about the ellen james society. was
> there really such a thing or did ejs the band just read the book too?
> anyone know? (the book says that ellen james was an 11 year old girl who
i am also a fan of this book, and i believe it is where the ejs got their name
from. i don't know for sure, but it seems *highly* improbable that john irving
actually got the idea for the ellen james society from an real incident, for
many different reasons.
kirsten


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"i always feel i have to take a stand, and there's always someone on hand to
hate me for standing there / i always feel i have to open my mouth, and every
time i do, i offend someone somewhere..."--ani difranco             ;no comment

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which state am i from?  one vote only, i've been told....and so i've been
pondering and finally have come to a decision.  true, i've been living in
philadelphia for nearly four college years, with a semester in the
homeland (jerusalem, not atlanta), but i was born in new haven,
connecticut (yes, all you obsessive folks, it is quite possible that i
was born in the same hospital room as emily saliers, albeit a few years
later.  she should feel honored. ;)  and my permanent residence since i
left the hospital has always been waterbury, ct.

i hereby declare myself a proud connecticut list member.  go new
england!  go constitution state!  go uconn huskies!!


however.  even the most loyal new englander must leave the east coast
eventually.......this one is soon going to transfer her loyalties to the
pacific northwest and move to seattle, home of the washington huskies,
seattle reign, and the incredible listees who showed her an amazing time
this past weekend.  (thanks y'all.) i highly encourage all of you to
follow my lead.  i've gotten to know a number of cities in my twenty-one
years: waterbury, philadelphia, new york, washington dc, london, nicosia,
jerusalem, beer sheva, tel aviv, and haifa.  some i've spent more time in
than others, but each has taught me something about cities and me.  new
englanders, don't worry....eventually the internal tug will bring me
back to greater boston, but for now the pull is a westward one and
seattle combines everything i ever wanted in a city (except new england
fall) in an amazing way.  any of you listees feeling the nomadic urge?  i
really encourage you to take a jaunt out to seattle and check the place
out for yourself.  if nothing else, it'll teach you something.

if you're looking for me out there, or just need a new hangout....check
out the elliot bay book company (staff members *handwrite* reviews of
their recommended books, plus there's readings galore) or the speakeasy
cafe (2304 2nd avenue; http://www.speakeasy.org) which is a bitchin
internet cafe.  cost me a buck to telnet back to penn for as long as i
wanted to.  that's just the tip of the mountain (mount st. helens, if you
were wondering....i saw a postcard outlining the part which blew off in
1980 and it looked a bit too much like a padded wonder bra, but to each
his/her own) so all you pnwers who might be feeling a little stagnant,
blitz back to me and i can probably hook you up with a seattle address or
two you haven't experienced.  sometimes you overlook what's in your own
backyard, ya know...and your backyard is wicked cool.

later y'all,
ms. henry beatitudes
a.k.a. audrey beth stein
still borrowing others' accents since connecticut doesn't have one :)

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> and amy is either a kiwi or a coconut.

ohhhhhhh!!!  how lovely....i already said that i would be a kiwi, but i do
love coconut so!!!  hee hee!!!!=)
peace
tucker


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date:         tue, 11 feb 1997 00:07:31 -0500
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subject:      re: soda (pop)  nigc

<< then i moved to iowa for
> graduate school...and i said "soda," and people look at me like i'm nuts.
> "do you mean pop?" >>

you mean i wasn't the only one who ran into this when i went to college?

only i was from iowa, and went to college in missouri.  undergraduate and
graduate school <5 years!!!> of hearing "soda" -- doesn't a soda have ice
cream in it? ;-)

i'm proud to say that i refused to let those hillbillies (just joking--hey, i
was a missourian for a while too!) change my ways.  it was, is, and always
will be pop!

angela (whose girlfriend says "soda"--and she grew up in the same home town!)

p.s.  she spent summers in kentucky as a child, and she says they call it
rc!!!

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hello everyone!  i have been lurking for about 2 or 3 weeks now.  (i
have been around long enough to become familiar with the ling-o...
lurking, nigc, ect...)  anyway, i keep hearing all of these people
mention that they are near or around the philadelphia area.  i live near
harrisburg but go to school in philly.  i am just curious:  who is near
me?  please respond to me privately... i'd love to get to know all of
you!  sorry for the waste of bw but i'm just curious!

i look forward to hearing from all you pennsylvanian's and other
surrounding states people!


smiles and good tomorrows,

ang
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subject:      tours

i just received a list of confirmed tour dates that i thought might interest
y'all.

3/13/97   south hadley, ma.                mount holyoke college
3/16/97   uniondale, ny                       hofstra university
3/26/97   grand rapids, mi                   calvin college
4/10/97   fort worth, tx                       texas christian university
4/12/97   durham, nh                           university of new hampshire
4/13/97   waterville, me                        colby college
4/15/97   university park, pa                 penn state university
4/17/97   norton, ma                             wheaton college
4/19/97   philadelphia, pa                      lasalle university
4/20/97   washington, dc                       american university

i am so psyched!  thought y'all might be as well.

peace, love, and ig,
dena

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>  it was, is, and always
>will be pop!
>
no, no, no...well, ok, so it all depends on where you are from...i can't
believe we are discussing this, but hey while it is a topic let me just say
that it is indeed a coke.  hey, wanna coke?  yeah, i'll have a mountain dew.
or whatever you want.  i know...it is f****d up, but aren't a lot of things
in the south?  hee hee!!!  not south bashing...born and raised to drive a
tractor through the back woods of south carolina...;)!!!

ttfn, peace all
tucker


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on mon, 10 feb 1997, andi: the forward queen wrote:

> <<ucking ig is actually fucking pig. it comes from the world according to garp,
> a great movie starring robin williams. a group of women called ellen jamsiens
> cut our in their tongues and are incapable of  saying it. just a weird little
> fact i thought y'all might like to know.>>
>
> actually, _the world according to garp_ was first a book, written by john
> irving.  it's an amazing book!
>
the book and the movie rule big time.
hugs anthony van pyre

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um thats nice but is this for the girls or some other band????

on tue, 11 feb 1997, <denakohl@aol.com> wrote:

> i just received a list of confirmed tour dates that i thought might interest
> y'all.
>
> 3/13/97   south hadley, ma.                mount holyoke college
> 3/16/97   uniondale, ny                       hofstra university
> 3/26/97   grand rapids, mi                   calvin college
> 4/10/97   fort worth, tx                       texas christian university
> 4/12/97   durham, nh                           university of new hampshire
> 4/13/97   waterville, me                        colby college
> 4/15/97   university park, pa                 penn state university
> 4/17/97   norton, ma                             wheaton college
> 4/19/97   philadelphia, pa                      lasalle university
> 4/20/97   washington, dc                       american university
>
> i am so psyched!  thought y'all might be as well.
>
> peace, love, and ig,
> dena
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sorry to belabor this but............

it is definately a tonic or soda...that leaves it open for whatever kind
you want.....had to contribute this!

take care.
_meghan

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yay!!! bout time someone put us brits on the map as it were!!! hmmm..
altho judging from jen's survey it does seem  as if there are only a
handful of us!!! well.. i'm just letting you  know that i'm stuck here in
reading! and... if i had to liken myself to a fruit (you guys worry me -
your minds work  in mysterious  ways!!) .. it would have to be a fig ..
sweet and succulent with  lots of little crunchy  surprises inside and
something that still affects you sometime after consumption!!!! ;)

hmmmm.. ok so there's my 2 pence worth for ya - oh!!! except to say  that
if i had  to buy amy and emily a drink (had??? what do i mean  had???) -
if i was able to - then i'd buy amy a pint of bishops tipple and emily
(hmmm.. she's more tricky) - oh..  actually i think it would be cider - a
pint of good aulde devon scrumpy!! .... hmmm.. were we in a cocktail bar
that would really get the mind boggling.. hows about a long island iced
tea for emily and for amy.. probably something as simple as a marghuerita
- whaddya think???

ok.. thats about ten pence worth now.. enough  rambling from me - hope all
is well out there in indigo land and that the llamas are still happily
flipping (eh kira?)

take care y'all

juliet.

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ok then for the brits ...

.. let talk about beers the us chap won't know ;-)

let see - amy >> old speckeled hen ( as close to a chicken as i can think )
                 guiness ( dark and moody )
         emily >> theakstons old peciuliar,

as for fruit what would i be ...

thats a bit harder how about the traditional golden delicious apple -
trust, reliable, dependable ...

for the record london ( and verious other places )

later
jules


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if i ever had to serve a&e drinks (never in my lifetime, but i'm using my
imagination here), i think i would make amy a rum and coke. simple,
delicious, and twisted. for emily i would maybe make her a kahlua
sombrero.  i bet she'd like the chocolate taste, and she could drink many
before tipping over.

=  )

-liz-

"she'll say look what i have to overcome from my lifetime...i think i'll
write a book..."

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okay, so reading the current threads has prompted me to post.  we are all
so hard up to have something, anything to write about.  while some have
been mighty entertaining and spark some curiousity...well....all i can say
is that in the initial ig info. we all got when we signed on, it said that
there are some folks who know a&e...so, if you are indeed out there, let
them know we need a new album...and soon!  oyasuminasai (good night) to you
all.

sara and maren...who had another holiday (cause there are so many here) and
went to see "evita" which made us frightened because madonna, no matter how
sexy, made us tear up...yikes.

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i changed my name and i'm just testing to see if the new one is there...

-liz-

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if this is really the tour schedule for the indigo girls or what?  if it
is... please let me know as soon as possible so i can start calling for
tickets!
smiles and good tomorrows,

ang
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still..."
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>from:  <dena kohleriter>[smtp:denakohl@aol.com]
>sent:  tuesday, february 11, 1997 12:34 am
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>subject:       tours
>
>i just received a list of confirmed tour dates that i thought might
>interest
>y'all.
>
>3/13/97   south hadley, ma.                mount holyoke college
>3/16/97   uniondale, ny                       hofstra university
>3/26/97   grand rapids, mi                   calvin college
>4/10/97   fort worth, tx                       texas christian
>university
>4/12/97   durham, nh                           university of new
>hampshire
>4/13/97   waterville, me                        colby college
>4/15/97   university park, pa                 penn state university
>4/17/97   norton, ma                             wheaton college
>4/19/97   philadelphia, pa                      lasalle university
>4/20/97   washington, dc                       american university
>
>i am so psyched!  thought y'all might be as well.
>
>peace, love, and ig,
>dena
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in addition to the shows listed earlier, pollstar shows a 3/28 stop in
davenport, iowa.

deb

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hey folks :)  first off..thanks to everyone who participated in the
auction (though there are still a couple hours left). it was pretty fun,
but way to much work for my lazy self..oh well.. now i can put auctioneer
on my resume' or something. :) i definately think there were some good
deals scored. anyway...back to the old fashioned way.

i am proud to offer some rare nomads indians and saints album cover
posters. these were tough to come by. they are full color and on non waxed
paper. by non waxed i mean they don't have that smooth feel that store
bought posters do.. they have a sort of thick newspaper feel to them which
gives them a different and better look than regular postsers. they were
promo only as far as i know. the size is 23" x 23". i think they make for
great decorations because they are artistically pleasing as well as ig
related. i have ten available at $30

i also found some more rites of passage tourbooks. these were the official
tour programs sold at the concerts. the girls were very candid when
producing these books as they include child hood and early career
pictures. they are also on a nice rough paper (non waxy). the girls have
always been good with texturing their products i think. the book includes
live shots and 'friends of indigo' shots as well as a special feature on
sara lee. i sell them for $22 on my web site, but because i bought a
bunch, i got a good deal and am happy to say i can pass them along for $12
now to listees.

write hamilton@bayflash.stpt.usf.edu to reserve either item. postage is
3.00 for the poster and 2.00 for the tourbooks. i've recently updated my
site with a few new items as well. hope all is well and wish me luck as i
beg professors for time off to hit all the shows coming up!

we are fortunate ones,
joe
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> <quoted material>
> which he or she has no personal use: "we asked our neighbor for the fence posts
> he had left over, but, like a dog in the manger, he threw them out rather than
> give them to us." the phrase comes from one of aesop's fables, about a dog
> lying in a manger full of hay. when an ox tries to eat some hay, the dog bites
> him,

despite the fact that the hay is of no use to the dog. </quoted material>

well... maybe the dog was really comfortable, you know? have you ever
tried sleeping in a hay-free manger? you get a really sore back and maybe
he had to get up early for work, and he'd had too much coffee and couldn't
get to sleep and then, then the fnarkin ox decides to go in for a midnight
snack under his left arm pit... maybe it was the third night in a row he
was awakened by the sound of soggy munching and... he just lost
it...sigh...oh well.

good morning everyone, kim (north vancouver) ;)

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at 12:34 am 2/11/97 -0500, dena wrote:
>i just received a list of confirmed tour dates that i thought might interest
>y'all.
>
>4/10/97   fort worth, tx     texas christian university

        does anyone have any idea of how to get tickets to the tcu concert??
i sure would appreciate any help!!!!!!!

tony
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subject:      re : ig as star wars characters

i think emily would definitely be chewbacca (soft and furry on the
outside, but can be aggressive sometimes, when he/she needs to be),
but i'm not sure who amy would be - han possibly, but i'm not
sure....
"as those words were spoken i swear,
i heard the old man laughing,
"what good is a used up world
and how could it be worth having?"

sting, all this time

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i find it strange that the igs are not scheduled to stop in austin.  are
these all of the concerts....or just the university concerts?

                               jamie a suthard
                        <suthardj@ralph.southwestern.edu>

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>3/16/97   uniondale, ny                       hofstra university

does anyone have any idea how to get tickets for this??????? please?????
this will be my very first ig show.

thanks,


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did anyone ever confirm if these were ig tour dates?  if someone could
please let me know i (and i'm sure others) would appreciate it!

thanks  :)
lanie


i just received a list of confirmed tour dates that i thought might
interest y'all.

3/13/97   south hadley, ma.                mount holyoke college 3/16/97
uniondale, ny                       hofstra university 3/26/97   grand
rapids, mi                   calvin college
4/10/97   fort worth, tx                       texas christian university
4/12/97   durham, nh                           university of new hampshire
4/13/97   waterville, me                        colby college
4/15/97   university park, pa                 penn state university 4/17/97
  norton, ma                             wheaton college 4/19/97
philadelphia, pa                      lasalle university 4/20/97
washington, dc                       american university

i am so psyched!  thought y'all might be as well.

peace, love, and ig,
dena

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subject:      re: serving amy and emily?

umm, i answerd this before, but it got screwed up, so i'll do it again. =)
since i'm just a tad below drinking age, i'd say that i'd definately buy
them a ***soda**** (<--proper title).  how 'bout some of those flavored cokes
at the old style diners?  a cherry flavored for amy and vanilla flavored for
emily.  or maybe root beer floats all around!

cheers

elizabeth

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this was forwarded to me by a friend today, thought you guys might like to
read it...

>you know you're obsessed with the indigo girls when...

>...channel thirty-four is listed as a&e, and you think this means
>continuous  showings of watershed and jesus christ superstar
>
>...you see the new ford concept car in the paper--
>it's called the ford indigo--and you wonder how much it would cost to buy
>it paint it purple and put the ig logo on the side
>
>...everytime you go pass a music store you go directly to the "i" section
> to see if a new album has come out without your knowledge
>
>...you are inclined to watch a horror film (even though you hate the
>genre)  because it's called prince of darkness.
>
>..the sales clerk remembers you as the "indigo girls guru," pulls out a
>notepad, and asks you what the girls are currently up to.
>
>...in geometry class, you name all the angles of a triangle r-o-p, n-i-s,
> and m-a-p and refuse to name them any differently.
>
>...you are tempted to steal the black cd divider that says "indigo girls"
> from walmart.
>
>...you lie awake nights wondering whether emily had more fun incarnated
>as a  pope or a watermelon.
>
>...you go out and buy one of those timex "indiglo" watches just
>because--well, you get the picture.
>
>...you had tapes of the versions of the songs that appeared on 1200
>curfews and you have a sneaky suspicion that one of your tapes is a lower
>generation  than the master tapes.
>
>...april 12th is your sister's birthday, but you feel more
>compelled to send amy a card.

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i am really surprised by the tour dates.  igs have always come to austin to
the best of my knowledge.  there is also ut there and a&m a little over an
hour away...those are the two largest universities in texas opposed to a
small private school.  i guess i am disappointed since that is a thursday
night and ft. worth is four hours away and i have a class.  i also would
love more info about other texas dates if any come up.  i can't imagine
them only stopping in texas for one night, but it just might happen.  sorry
to bitch, but i just want to understand...
cn

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the drink thread reminded me that i gave amy a six of pete's wicked summer
time brew..i think that was the name..for her birthday..and she said she
"loved pete's stuff".
we are fortunate ones,
joe

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could the person or people that have posted tour dates please let us know
where y'all are getting these from? i really would appreciate it. :)

shanna

                                  shanna freeman
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  let it be me...if the world is night...shine my life like a light
-e.saliers

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hello folks--i just thought i would throw out some general information
about tours and this list.  i have seen several recent posts regarding tour
dates and people like totally freaking out not being sure if these are
confirmed and wanting to know if there are more.  i post to try and
eliminate some concerns and for my usual posting reason--to eliminate
unnecessary posts :).

please chill out!  i can assure you that if anyone in the world will know
where and when the girls are playing it will be the people on this list.
you will hear endless rumors and potential dates as they come in.  but you
will definitely know where and when they will be close by.  and i guarantee
that the dates and venues will be posted over and over and over.  so
requests like are they coming to my town in kalispell, montana aren't
necessary.  you will know where they will be.  that is the purpose of this
list.  i understand the excitement and the desire to get tickets right
away.  beleive me i am just as excited.  but there are enough "insiders"
here that will get the info out.  you will know all--i promise.  if the
girls come to your town and it wasn't posted here like 7 times first, you
can have my entire boot collection and my ig road sign :) and even my
signed so cd..

and to spill some more tour gossip--i heard from a decent source (not
confirmed at all) that the girls and tracy chapman will be at the ravinia
music fest here in north suburban chicago this summer.  woooooooo to that.


happy concert going--this is my favorite time of year.

greg

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date:         tue, 11 feb 1997 09:23:18 -0800
reply-to:     "amy j. putnam" <pegasus@crl.com>
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subject:      re: are we sure it's a girl?
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yes, it is a girl.  there are statments posted around the web on
various publications' sites (i deleted a post that listed them
from another list, sory) and melissa's publicist made the statement
abotu the birth.  i really doubt the publicist would get it wrong.

this shouldnt be news to anyone who follows enertainment news since
melissa and julie were on the cover of newsweek and ther have
been numerous articles about the impending birth.  melissa has
talked about iin a number of interviews.  i am thrilled for them
and i think the fallout/repercussions will be beneficial
for everyone in th elong term..melissa and julie get to start
their family, and the rest of the world finally has to reckon with
the reality of gay families on a "public" level.

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pegasus@crl.com            \     /      when you're alone
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my local news station in toronto reported first that they had a girl and
then on the 10pm edition, they said the baby was a boy. i don't know why
but i need confirmation on this. is bailey jean a girl for sure???
they seemed rather uncomfortable reporting the news and i'm not surprised
that they would get the facts totally wrong. the station is called citytv
and they pride themselves on being this very liberal, funky,
ground-breaking broadcasting organization but no amount of foundation
could hide the blush on gord martineau's face (news anchor) when he was
confronted with the news by the entertainment reporter.

i do think it is rather interesting that the media is acknowledging
the birth of a baby to two women. anyone have any thoughts on this? is it
because of melissa's mainstream acceptance or are there other political
factors involved? hmmmm...

on mon, 10 feb 1997, amy j. putnam wrote:

> in case some folks might be interested, melissa's partner, julie cypher,
> gave birth at 1:35 am pacific time on feb 10  to a baby girl,
> bailey jean, who weighed in at 8 lbs, 10 oz.  mothers and baby
> are apparently doing fine.
>
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saw the posting for music with a point the other day and it got me thinking
that i would like to make a mix tape for my girlfriend for valentine's
day...ugh, not much time. kind of fun.

...but in looking for music, it is so much easier to find songs for not so
happy times rather than "i'm really glad that you are in my life and we are
in love songs". does this make sense?

anyway if anyone has ideas ig and others for a tape, please e-mail me
privately as soon as you can. thanks-posting to the list makes me nervous,
so many rules-if this is inappropriate please let me know.

thanks,
sara
saraw@gorge.net

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date:         tue, 11 feb 1997 17:39:49 -0500
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ok .. if you were on my final list to be in the loop tape, you will be
receiving one email detailing what  loop you are in and what's going on. in
fact, those are all sent out. overseas people should have received two
emails from me, and loop leaders should have received three emails from me.

normal people just get this from me. *grin* you guys must hate me by now.

if you don't get these emails, then let me know and we'll see what the
problem is.

i do have a problems with dianne connell's email address in new york, if
anyone knows her, please please tell her to go clear out her mailbox,
because mail is bouncing like tennis balls.

(*shew* *wipes brow and can't beleive it's all done being organised and is
now under way!*)

this was much more work than i anticipated, especially with having to deal
with doctors, chiropractors, lawyers, and insurance companies, (all scum of
the earth *sorry to all you doctors, chiropractors, lawyers, and insurance
company people*) along the way, but hey, it'll be fun though, right? maybe
i'll get my own fan club *wink*

merry tuesday,
amy

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>...but in looking for music, it is so much easier to find songs for not so
>happy times rather than "i'm really glad that you are in my life and we are
>in love songs". does this make sense?
>
>
this reminds me of when i was getting married, and looking for that
"first-dance" song.  i wanted ig, so i started looking/listening though all
my cds.  i thought it would be an easy task, but was i wrong!  in the end,
the only one i thought would work would be pot, which we did use [even
though i thought the math pun would be silly since most of the audience were
scientists of one sort or another].

has anyone else noticed that lack of truly happy ig love songs?
jessica

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subject:      chicago and swamps

i figured that this was as good as any time to post for the first time
because well, the thought of the indigos coming to ravinia (near
chicago) is giving me goosebumps!!  my first time i saw them i drove
out to newport (1996).  wow, seeing them 25 minutes from my house!

just a little question, for an art project of mine i'm doing an indigo
girls t'shirt, the picture is going to be pretty surreal and i'm not
sure whether to have them in a swamp or a forest?
e-mail me privately.
    thanks,
    leah (newbie here)

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hey guys,

        i just called hoftsra and found out that the tix will be going on sale
next week through ticketmaster as well as the college.  they did not
give me an exact date but they said next week.  they also told me that
it's general admission, probably standing room only, and that it is a
very big place.  so tix won't be a problem.

        i tried getting info on the penn state show but was not very
successful.  if anybody finds anything out about the ps show please
inform me.  ig madness has taken over me.............


                                                jonny
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                   something new instead of something old, all
                   you gotta do is scratch beneath the surface
                   and it's fools gold....."
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date:         tue, 11 feb 1997 16:58:42 -0600
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subject:      ani difranco on amy's b-day

i was just pondering why april 12 sounded so familiar (i just read that
it was amy's b-day), i'm seeing ani difranco play in milwaukee that
day!  what a great way to celebrate amy's birthday!  any one else
going?
    leah

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amy (official woman of the 97 loop olympics)
deserves a round of applause ladies and gentlemen!!
after reading all her looped up loop emails
i can gladly say thank you!!!!! and start up
on my thousand kisses of her toes...
she has gone above and beyond, and i think we should all
give her a hand (or an extra back)

you rock, amy!
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when they encounter neither opposition nor indifference?
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>from:    bruce milner <bmilner@interlog.com>
>subject: toronto list party sign-up
>
>hello t.o ppl's. time to get a' crackin' on planning this list party if we ever
>want it to happen. if you are from toronto or would just like to come to the
>party, drop me a note at bmilner@interlog.com and i'll keep u informed about
>the situation :) buh bye....sarah
>

tried to email you but my mail was returned!  problem with your addy?
count me in!
lori

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>>...but in looking for music, it is so much easier to find songs for not so
>>happy times rather than "i'm really glad that you are in my life and we are
>>in love songs". does this make sense?
>>
>>
>this reminds me of when i was getting married, and looking for that
>"first-dance" song.  i wanted ig, so i started looking/listening though all
>my cds.  i thought it would be an easy task, but was i wrong!  in the end,
>the only one i thought would work would be pot, which we did use [even
>though i thought the math pun would be silly since most of the audience were
>scientists of one sort or another].
>
>has anyone else noticed that lack of truly happy ig love songs?
>jessica

i would have to say that's because love doesn't equate happiness.

but as for happy love songs:

"it must be love" by madness is my husband's and my song, it's exactly how
we were when we got married!

>

         susan malmrose                  malmrose@olympus.net
           sequim, wa           http://www.olympus.net/personal/malmrose
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              'cause baby when we meet what we're afraid of
                    we find out what we're made of"
                           ~~everything but the girl
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>this was forwarded to me by a friend today, thought you guys might like to
>read it...
>
>>you know you're obsessed with the indigo girls when...
>
>>..etc----isn't it wonderful when something that originated here makes it
>>rounds and ends up right where it started--i love it--:) tricia

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subject:      sortofigc: chords to dead man's hill?

does anyone have the chords to dead man's hill, or know of a website that has
them? i was just looking through my sheet music and realized this is the only
song i don't have!!! if ya have 'em, please send em my way at:
juliannafl@aol.com. yes, that's right, i'm stuck in aohell. pity me.
thanks guys!
julianna

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...cloaking device off...

yeppers...i'll be bringing a carlod of os minneapolis kids down.
i guess that means amy won't show up at this show...darn...

anyone happen to know if they're going to let us record this one? they
let us at the barrymore, but the rave usually doesn't allow it.

.eric

on tue, 11 feb 1997, leah beth kaplan wrote:

> i was just pondering why april 12 sounded so familiar (i just read that
> it was amy's b-day), i'm seeing ani difranco play in milwaukee that
> day!  what a great way to celebrate amy's birthday!  any one else
> going?
>     leah

...activate cloaking device...

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black beans and rice are a staple of a traditional cuban diet.  being
cuban, i rarely find americans who eat black beans and rice; red beans
and rice are common, but this is not so with black beans.  finally, more
people are being brought into the flock!  hail the black bean!

-j

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subject:      (nigc) soda pop

okay, i grew up in northeastern kentucky (ashland, to be precise) and lived
there for the first 26 years of my 31 year old life, and we never called it
rc up there...we always called it "pop."  then, i moved to nashville and at first,
whenever i would speak of going to the store to buy some pop, people would look
at me like i was from another planet or something.  when i would explain,
they would say, "oh, you're going to buy some coke!"  arrrgghhhh!

joan :-d
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omigosh (yes that was my l.a. valleygirl accent showing through in an
excited moment)...

when i was home for christmas i went to my dad's church (he's the
minister, i'm the local rebel) and at coffeehour i noticed a manger scene
sitting on a table.  and there was a little dog figurine...you know
usually there are just the main human characters and some cows and sheep
hanging around, but there was this dog, so of course, i put it in the
manger with the baby jesus figure, and i ran to show my sister, another
big ig fan, and she made me take it out.  but i kept putting it back in to
show friendly members of the church like this one old guy named howard who
is as fun as any college kid, and he told me the same thing about the dog
in the manger, that it was an old saying, but he said something like,
you're like a dog in a manger and something about a bone....

i know that didn't make much sense but...oh well it was funny at the time.
go united methodists!

okay at this point i feel obligated to say i was raised united methodist
and feel that it is part of my culture, but not my religion...religiously
i'm more pagan than anything but i don't really practice anything... for
those of you who are still reading, yay or i'm sorry whichever applies.
i'll stop now.

:) marianne
the lone coyote

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same thing happened to me with the address.  let me know what's going
on with the party.
-rebecca

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leah wrote:

<<i was just pondering why april 12 sounded so familiar (i just read
that
it was amy's b-day), i'm seeing ani difranco play in milwaukee that
day!  what a great way to celebrate amy's birthday!  any one else
going?
    leah>>


        on april 12 (a national holiday) i will be seeing dar williams in new
paltz, ny.  another great way to celebrate amy's birthday.   anyone else
joining in the festivities?  it's going to be a blast!!!!


                                jonny
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                   something new instead of something old, all
                   you gotta do is scratch beneath the surface
                   and it's fools gold....."
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rice univ. (my home :) ) serves black beans & rice as one of the
standards in our meal cycle (3 wks, i think)--and we're always so happy
when it's bb&r day :)

yum,
jenn. brown

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hi all!

can some kind soul tell me what region of nys uniondale is in? in other
words what is it near? i'm in albany. two hours north of nyc, two hours
east of syracuse. thanks!

                                                tuesday's child

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> jonny wrote:
>        on april 12 (a national holiday) i will be seeing dar williams in new
>paltz, ny.  another great way to celebrate amy's birthday.   anyone else
>joining in the festivities?  it's going to be a blast!!!!
>


well, according to the tentative tour schedule we have it looks like amy
will be performing in new hampshire for her b-day. wish i could be there!

:) abigail

"when i was 15, oh i knew it was over, the road to enchantment was not mine
to take..."

                    ~dar williams

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i spent some time on it and never got bounced back to me.
mike r.

ps - i also independent of the net heard mt holyoke is one person per
ticket.
*giddy about the unh amy b-day show*
sbm---we are gonna throw a badass party are we not???

mike r.

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just read about plans to see ani on amy's birthday and thought that folks
might want another opportunity to see ani in the midwest area--especially
since ani will not be playing chicago this swing--

                april 10  ani difranco in champaign, il

tickets are available for ani's april 10 concert at the virginia theatre
in champaign, il.  tickets are $17 and can be obtained directly from the
theater box office:  217/356-9063  m-f 9:30-noon, 1-5 p.m.
or by mail:  the virginia theatre, po box 803, champaign, il 61824
those ordering by mail should include a sase.
visa and mastercard are accepted, as well as check, money order or cash.
sony recording artist, dan bern, will open for ani.

champaign, il is a scant two hours from chicago and indianapolis, about
two and a half hours from st. louis, and less than four hours from
milwaukee and madison.  it is accessible by major interstates from all
points east/west/north/south.

this will be ani's first visit to champaign, il--let's give her a
sell-out!

any questions about the gig, please feel free to e-mail me privately.

thanks, y'all!

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can someone send me the lyrics to untouchable face ( aside from the
obvious ones)
privately
thanks much

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in a message dated 97-02-11 22:36:53 est, dc3545@cnsvax.albany.edu (tuesday's
child) writes:

> can some kind soul tell me what region of nys uniondale is in? in other
>  words what is it near? i'm in albany. two hours north of nyc, two hours
>  east of syracuse. thanks!
>

uniondale is in nassau county, long island,  less than an hour east of
manhattan.  if anyone is driving there the university is actually in
hempstead (at least that's the mailing address)- the highway signs say
hempstead if i remember correctly.  wouldn't want anyone to get lost before a
show!

need

-sheri :)

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_    _----_          o   |...when you learn
{ ~\_/    o \   o  o      |to love yourself
{ ~ _  ]    <  o          |you will dissolve
{_~/ \_    _/             |all the stones
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here's another vote for good 'ole:

                                new york!  :)

looks like new york and texas are neck-and-neck, to me . . . we might top
you texans yet.  <g>

                                                        laura

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              "jessica urbanik coughlin" at feb 11, 97 5:53 pm

> the only one i thought would work would be pot, which we did use [even
> though i thought the math pun would be silly since most of the audience were
> scientists of one sort or another].
>
say it ain't so. it's true, the line "multiply life by the power of two" has
always struck me as vaguely incorrect, but give emily a break here--those
fuzzy-headed humanities majors can't be expected to get these things right
anyway. :-d [*] but i like the pun. it's rather sly and hidden. i suppose i
appreciate it the way a classics major would appreciate the "i've seen your
face before me, it could launch 1000 ships" line in ghost.

of course, i say this as someone whose mind is blown by ani difranco's song
"out of range" partially because its title is also a common compiler error
message. and awhile back, i wrote, "i tried to multiply life by the power of
two, but all i got was floating-point overflow." (<groan>, if you wish.) and i
was the person who posted to this very list that the line "don't bury me, carry
me" in "world falls" is also a math reference (we did have a discussion about
math themes in ig songs some time ago--think "you just stick the right formula
in, a solution for every fool"; "try making one and one make one"; "dividing
life into factions of pleasures and chores"...)

> has anyone else noticed that lack of truly happy ig love songs?
> jessica
>
my answer is "yes", repeated l times, where l is the limit of the number of
times i can repeat it as the amount of time i have approaches infinity. :-d
kirsten

[*] >> /dev/null, if anyone's even *thinking* about it.

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"i always feel i have to take a stand, and there's always someone on hand to
hate me for standing there / i always feel i have to open my mouth, and every
time i do, i offend someone somewhere..."--ani difranco             ;no comment

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that's too funny...amy being a jalapeno pepper....which just happens to
be one of the things i love most to eat but is just too hot to handle
sometimes....no pun intended...no responses please, just laugh and have
a good day...
-sal

"some will fall in love with life and drink it from a fountain that is pouring like an avalanche, coming down the mountain..." -butthole surfers

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hi guys,

great to see some tour dates at last - trouble is they're just a few too
many miles away for me...don't s'pose anyone with inside info knows roughly
when we can expect the euro leg of the tour, and if we can expect several uk
stops or just a couple of nights in london? (brighton has such a fab concert
venue - i'd so love to see the girls play here.) and if anyone thinks it's
going to be end of june/early july then i need to know now 'cos that's when
i'm planning my hols to ny and atlanta...now that would be ironic...

seffy

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it would be rushing in
instead here we are
in a silence more eloquent
than any word could ever be"
suzanne vega

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subject:      re : uk tour dates and other stuff....

i guess the easiest way to find out uk tour dates would be just to
keep an eye out for them in places like q and the nme, but i think
the best way will be from hearsay and what comes up on this list.
sorry i can't be of anymore help, but i just really hope ig tour
around the country, instead of just going to london.....

i was thinking about the songs on 1200c today, and i guess the two
that mean the most to me are "mystery" and ctf. i like "mystery"
because my dad goes away a lot, and the song sort of talks about the
way i feel a lot of the time when i miss him, and i like ctf because
it's a song that reminds that although there is a lot of darkness in
my life, there is also a lot of light, and i should always try to go
towards the light.
"as those words were spoken i swear,
i heard the old man laughing,
"what good is a used up world
and how could it be worth having?"

sting, all this time

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sorry if this has been posted before. i am new to the list. just delete it
if it has. and sorry for the incredible inconvience.....

>--
>etheridge sues tour manager

>melissa etheridge is suing her former tour manager. the rock star, who
>has acknowledged she's a lesbian, claims her manager is about to break an
>agreement and publicize personal information about her and her band.
>she's seeking at least $500,000 in damages plus a court order to stop the
>former manager from releasing the private information.

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in a message dated 97-02-11 15:34:12 est, you write:

<< ...in geometry class, you name all the angles of a triangle r-o-p, n-i-s,
> and m-a-p and refuse to name them any differently. >>


i do that . . . is it so bad?  my geometry teacher called on me to name a
quadrilateral and she finally called on someone else because i was having too
much trouble (at 7 am) coming up with an indigo related thing.  i thought of
amy r two seconds too late.  oh well . . .

-elizabeth

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well, it is embarrassing for me as a mount holyoke student to have to
tell you that this is the ticket policy, but i've heard it from several
different people so i feel okay about passing it on to you now:

you can only buy tickets at mount holyoke college on saturday march 1 at
2:00pm in chapin auditorium (where the show will be).  i think they are
$24 for non-mount holyoke students.  the really bad part:  there is a one
ticket per person limit for all buyers.  i've never heard of anything
quite like this before.. i think it sucks.

i will post directions to mount holyoke in the very near future since
people are probably going to want them.  if you are planning on coming
and you don't know how to get to either route 90 (mass pike0 or route 91,
email me privately and i will try to help.

also, is there anyone who is coming from somewhere close to another ig
show who might be willing to barter floor space for a fellow ig fan?


margaret

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hugs (hehe kt and sbm!) to anyone who can email the tour list to me!  it,
like, totally disappeared from my mailbox...oh ma gawd!  i, like, must have
hit that delete key one too many times!

thanks bunches!

joni  :o)

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at 7:16 am 2/12/97, sue kwan sent me the tour list...thanks suzie!

i feel so much better now!

joni  :o)

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#1 - washington - 11%
#2 - massachusetts - 10%
#3 - texas - 8%
#4 - california - 7%
#5 - new york - 6%
#6 - new jersey - 5%
#7 - georgia, florida, pennsylvania, utah, wisconsin - 3%
#8 - canada, illinois, missouri, england, kansas, maryland, ohio,
tennessee,
        australia, connecticut, north carolina, virginia - 2%
#9 - arizona, indiana, michigan, minnesota, new hampshire, alaska,
louisiana,
        montana, oklahoma, oregon, the philippines, vermont - 1%
#10 - alabama, colorado, iowa, kentucky, new mexico, scotland,
        south carolina - .5%

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>and to spill some more tour gossip--i heard from a decent source (not
>confirmed at all) that the girls and tracy chapman will be at the ravinia
>music fest here in north suburban chicago this summer.  woooooooo to that.

man.. you just had to do go and spread some more unconfirmed tour gossip.
now i have to come out of my lurking mode and cry out in anticipation.
despite being a fan for several years now i have yet to go see the girls
live in concert! (being a lowly college student of limited monetary funds
forces out of the concert scene. besides, when was the last time they came
anyone near champaign, il?) alas, some of us are really so deprived that
they have never seen ig in concert. anyone from chicago know if the ravina
summer schedule has been published yet? is ravina still offering free lawn
seats to college students this summer? so many questions.. so little time.


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anjeanette milner wrote:
> she has gone above and beyond, and i think we should all
> give her a hand (or an extra back)
>
> you rock, amy!
> anjeanette
> --
>

all right anjeanette!!

whoooo hooo amy!!!!!!!!

thank you!
selena

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--- you wrote:
*giddy about the unh amy b-day show*
sbm---we are gonna throw a badass party are we not???

mike r.
--- end of quoted material ---

yesssss we are!!!
susanna is drooling
guess amy doesn't hate nh so much after all!!!

sbm

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reply-to:     "amy j. putnam" <pegasus@crl.com>
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perry from rdr has called me with an update...the regular cd
release of the ep and more has come in...those who have
pre-ordered should watch their mailboxes..those copies have
already been mailed out.  perry expresses thanks to all of
you who did pre-order.

for the rest, if you wanted to wait until the cd's were in hand,
the time is now.  a brief overview:  this is a fan-created
release (which ig do know about) which has all 6 tracks from the
ep, some tracks from amy ray's color me grey, and some other
live tracks.  quality is excellent (better than expected!)
and the cost is $19.95 plus shipping through rdr only.
that number again is 1-800-636-6166, or e-mail at rainy@rainy.com.

(volume 2, levees that break in my heart, is also still
available but be aware that quantities for each are limited.)

thanks!
                          _________
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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on tue, 11 feb 1997, jorge sanchez wrote:
> black beans and rice are a staple of a traditional cuban diet.  being
> cuban, i rarely find americans who eat black beans and rice;
hi jorge - have you been parcticing with your zippo lately? just so you
know....... all hail the black bean, indeed. i have eaten black beans and
rice for years!! years and years, always the same thing for dinner, true.
(btw,i have a great recipe for bb soup) i love b2, love them. i am
english (great britain) by birth, live in canada, i had to ask save-on
foods to stock "primo canned black beans" (cos you don't always have the
time to presoak overnight, sorry amy), my shopping cart (every second
friday) is laden with cans of bbs, i make burritos, quesidillas, chili,
bbs on toast, bean dip, etc, hail for evermore the mighty black bean.

kim (north vancouver - who, at present, has run out of 'beano'...help;)

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yeah, it's "pop" in the midwest, "tonic" in boston, "soda" most other
places, and growing up in memphis, they're all "cokes".

this thread about soda or pop is kind of funny to me because i'm
originally from rochester, ny (upstate new york) and we say soda but
people from buffalo (which is only an hour to the west of rochester)
insist that it's called pop
and so if you're from rochester and you ask someone from buffalo if
they want a soda, they look at you like you're completely crazy and
then say with complete seriousness,  "whaddya mean soda?  it's called
pop."
oh. okay.

this is fun! :)

kim

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does anyone know if ig are going to be in chicago any time on this tour?
i'm going crazy here... i've been a fan for years and have never had a
chance to see them. thanks!

jen

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i had never thought about that black beans are not a staple of life
everywhere in the us.  i was raised on pinto and black beans.  i
particularly suggest them with cornbread or corn pancakes, or in tortillas
with cheese, lettuce, tomatos, onions, etc.  these are called blackbean and
corn cakes or black bean tacos.  really simple recipes and a great way to
get rid of the left overs.  i also do not put the rice and black beans
together in the same pot, but instead just serve them together.  they keep
better this way and the rice is a prettier color(not grey).  if ya'll want
some recipes of this nature i will gladly mail you some.  just reply
privately.  go black beans!
cn

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subject:      concert dates?

hello, all!

unfortunately, i was a bit hasty in hitting the delete key when i was reading
the message that posted the upcoming concert dates.  can some *please* send me
copy of the dates?  (insert kelly whining, begging, pleading and grovelling)

it turns out that a few of the dates are actually near me for a change! ( i
never get this lucky!)

thank you in advance!

kelly
kfairbairn@stonehill.edu

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ok all you listees.  any la salle students/alum who can clue a new philly
native in to tix sales?

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on tue, 11 feb 1997, selena wrote:

> anjeanette milner wrote:
> > she has gone above and beyond, and i think we should all
> > give her a hand (or an extra back)
> >
> > you rock, amy!
> > anjeanette
> > --
> >
>
>
>
> all right anjeanette!!
>
> whoooo hooo amy!!!!!!!!
>
> thank you!
> selena


as a loop leader, i must give amy another pat on the back for making this
flow....at  least so far!!!  the organization seems to make sense to all!!

thanks amy.

-meghan


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for anyone making the drive, this is how to get to mount holyoke college
in south hadley (not holyoke), mass.:


get yourself to route 91.  if you are coming from the south, this will
probably involve taking route 95 north which runs into rt 91.  from the
west, take rt 90 east--it eventually hits 91.  from the east (boston
area), take the mass pike (90) west until you get to rt 91.

go north on rt 91.  take exit 16 off of rt 91.  this is the first exit
after a very large called the "ingleside mall at holyoke" which will be
on your right if you are coming from the south.  if you are coming from
the north, it is two exist past northampton, immediately after exit 17
which will take you to easthampton.

you want to go east off of this exit, towards holyoke.  i don't remember
the name of the road, but the exit ramp spits you out right onto it.
you'll turn right if you're coming from the south, left if you're coming
from the north.

you are going to follow this road through the town of holyoke.  it will
eventually become a one way (going your way).  there are stop lights
every few blocks on this road.  take it until you hit a pseudo-rotary.

at the pseudo-rotary (which has the idea of a rotary, but you can't see
the whole thing so you might not recognize it as such.  it is, however,
the only place where "straight ahead" won't be plainly obvious.), follow
the signs to route 202.  if you go the right way here, you will
immediately go over a bridge.  if you don't, you will, in effect, make a
u-turn and you'll need to circle back around and try again.

after you cross the bridge, continue to follow the signs to route 202
north and mount holyoke college.  you will take the second left off of
the rotary immediately after the bridge, this will keep you on route
202.

once you take the second left off of the second rotary, take the first
exit.  this will be route 116 north.  (it is part b of the exit.)
continue on route 116 north past the south hadley high school (on your
right), the 7-11 (on your left), and then the super mood fart, i mean
food mart (also on your right).  you will pass a subway on your left, and
a furniture store on your right.  then you will go up a little hill.

at the top of the hill, you will be able to see a flashing yellow light
which marks the intersection of morgan street and route 116.  there is
also a dark green sign that says "mount holyoke college" there.  keep
going straight, on rt 116.  you will pass a large brick building with
shutters, which is a dorm (abbey hall, where i was an ra for two years,
icyc).  then there will be another building with large doors and some
aqueducts.  this is mary woolley hall, where the concert is (and where
tickets are being sold).  immediately after mary woolley, there is another
little access road.  turn right onto it.

mary woolley will be on your right now.  chapin auditorium is inside, and
you'll go up a half flight of stairs to get in--there are two entrances,
one on the right and one on the left.  they'll probably only have the one
on the left open.  if you try the exit where you have to go down a half
flight of stairs you won't have any luck--there's actually no access to
chapin from here.  point of reference:  if you get lost, ask for chapin
not mary woolley, because mhc students call the whole building chapin.
people might not know what you're talking about otherwise!

anyhow, to park, pass mary woolley (which is, again on your right as soon
as you turn off of 116).  take this little access road until it dead ends
in front of a cool gothic building (pratt hall, the music building).  you
will see a parking lot immediately in front of you, off to the right a
bit.  that is where you will park.  turn right and the dead end, and then
turn left when that road dead ends.  the entrance to the lot will be
immediately on your left.  the road that you turn off of when turning
into the lot is morgan street, the road you passed before you reached
mary woolley.  to leave, just turn right out of the lot, go straight
until that road dead ends into route 116, and then go left.  just retrace
your path to get back up to chapin.

on weeknights and weekends, you can park in faculty/staff lots.  you can
never park in students lots without the appropriate permit.  otherwise,
you can park invisitor's parking, but there's not much of it.  and
tickets are $25.  :o

lastly, if you are coming from the north, you might want to get off route
91 in northampton, at route 9.  take route 9 east, and then go south on
rt 47.  take 47 all the way into south hadley, and at the light in south
hadley (there's only one), go right.  you'll be going south on route
116.  go past the main gates (they're big gates), and at the next access
road (which is through one more light after the main gates), turn left.
mary woolley will be the building on your right.  this will probably save
you half an hour.


okay, i hope this has been helpful.  feel free to email me if you have
any questions.  oh, the main line at mhc in case you get lost is (413)
538-2000.  happy driving!

margaret


ps-mhc's www page has a map on it, i think.  http://www.mtholyoke.edu/

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good morning everyon!!!!!!!!!!!

i bought 1200 curfews the other night:):]  i love it!!!!!  i have been turnied into an "amy person":)  i love
down by the river.  i have never heard the original so i don't know if thier's is like it or not but, wow!!
talk about bass line/drum beat...i love the beginning.

and bury my heart at wounded knee.. i know it is political song, but when amy sings "deep in the earth", i
mean...oh gosh...:)
and i am married  to a man:):):)

talk about wow!!!

never heard them in concert but i am definitely going to have to catch them this year around:)  please, keep
the list posted on california tour dates:):)

have i said thank you thank you thank you to whoever started this list????  i love it:)

blessings and light and love everyone!!!
selena

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subject:      re: nigc - black beans...

well, i'm coming over to the usa in the summer, so hopefully i'll be
able to find out what black beans rice tastes like then, because i
don't think i can get it in england.....

btw, this is a bit embarassing, but i don't know what nigc means
(and if you want to tell me, could you tell me by private e-mail?)

thanks,

john

"as those words were spoken i swear,
i heard the old man laughing,
"what good is a used up world
and how could it be worth having?"

sting, all this time

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:) wanna see if my address book is working:)
good morning everyone!
have a lovely day!
i could go crazy on a night like tonight.....

selena (*

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at 01:18 pm 2/12/97 -0600, christa marie noland <cmn6599@acs.tamu.edu> wrote:
i had never thought about that black beans are not a staple of life
>everywhere in the us.  i was raised on pinto and black beans.  i
>particularly suggest them with cornbread or corn pancakes, or in tortillas
>with cheese, lettuce, tomatos, onions, etc.  these are called blackbean and
>corn cakes or black bean tacos.  really simple recipes and a great way to
>get rid of the left overs.  i also do not put the rice and black beans
>together in the same pot, but instead just serve them together.  they keep
>better this way and the rice is a prettier color(not grey).  if ya'll want
>some recipes of this nature i will gladly mail you some.  just reply
>privately.  go black beans!
>cn

damn christa -- you're making me *really* hungry!  i've got to make some
lunch now....

i like black bean soup with cilantro and a few jalapenos on the side ;)
and a cold dos equis amber

da chickenman~

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in the glasgow area (west of scotland), all soft drinks are called "ginger".
up here in aberdeen, they're called "ale".

oh and my favourite soft drink is irn bru - made in scotland from girders. <bg>

toodles

gail :)

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subject:      tour dates...

hey y'all...

i also misplaced my tour dates...could someone email me them privately too?
thanx :)
cathy

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subject:      a very indigo day; sundara is my hero

hello to all of you out there,
i had a wonderfully indigo day today  why? you ask.  lots o' reasons
first of all, i played in a hockey tourney and didn't have to go to school.
second, when i stopped off at the store to buy the necessary gatorade for
my tournament, and i thought i recognized the muzaak.  it was a version of
least complicated played on flute.  it was so neat, they had one flute on
emily's part and one on amy's.  i was almost late for my game because i
couldn't leave the store until it was over-naturally.  then in between games
i stopped off at a bookstore where they played galileo.  i was so excited
that i felt the need to run thru the store screaming "this is by the indigo
girls, that awesome band i keep telling you guys about" to my teamates who
pretended not to know me.
as if all this wasn't exciting enough, when i got home.  the mapped boot
that sundara made for me was in my mailbox.  it is so great.  thank you
so much sundara, you're my new best friend.  if there's ever anything you
need, a place to crash in toronto, $$, a letter of recommendation, an internal
organ, anything.  all you have to do is ask.  no, you don't even have to
ask, i will read your mind.  i owe you so huge.  thank you
ahem.  yeah so this has been my indigo day.  sorry for the jabbering, all of
you who read this far.
                                             patricia


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regarding when was the last time the indigo girls played close to
champaign, il..i produced them in bloomington, il in spring, 1995.  sara
lee last played bloomington in fall, 1996 when ani did a show here during
her fall '96 tour.
alas..sara lee will not be with ani when she plays the virginia theatre on
april 10 (that's the bad news, otherwise, it will be a kick-ass concert
with tickets now available from the theater  at only running $17).
the good news..sara lee rejoins the indigo girls for the map tour!

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a couple of us were discussing the ig/star wars thing the other day,
before anyone posted to the list about it.  i'm amused...and wondering if
there's any sort of mental telepathy going on.  anyway, i thought i should
inform you all that it was decided that in our indigo girls version of
star wars, the part of luke skywalker should be played by none other
than.... (drum roll please...)

                        .....michelle malone.

(does this count as igc???)

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february 8
threnody@linknet.net (i. bruce)
happy 33rd!!
i could go crazy on a night like tonight
when summer's beginning to give up her fight
and every thought's a possibility...

73771.760@compuserve.com (herbert huels)
happy 18th!!
who is to blame when my heart finally forfeits
to a road that will only misguide you?

february 9
aml@scn.org (ann m. labeck)
happy birthday!!
the vanity of youth, the color of you eye...
that which i looked up to and i clung to for dear life,
had to burn itself up just to make itself alive...

february 10
abrown2@zeus.towson.edu (alexis)
happy 21st!!
where are the demons of your desire
why does my love destroy you?

february 11
walker@coral.bucknell.edu (mandy walker)
happy 20th!!
there i am in younger days, stargazing,
painting picture-perfect maps (maps!) of how my life and love would be...

chocobo11@aol.com (elizabeth)
happy birthday!!
i had guards like watchdogs, dogs in a manger
i could feel the protection of possesion and anger...

10421.302@compuserve.com (linda)
happy birthday!!
oh, the fear i've known
that i might reap the praise of strangers and end up on my own...

mcarneiro@wow.com (mel carneiro)
happy 30th, mel!!
when you're learning to face the path at your pace
every choice is worth your while...

february 14
teddie@telepath.com (jocelyn barton)
happy 27th, jocelyn!!
we owe nothing. nothing is ours.
not even love so fierce it burns like baby stars.
but this poverty is our greatest gift:
the weightlessness of us as things around us shift...

janinsdale@aol.com (jan stevens)
happy 29th, jan!!
stepping on a crack, waking up and looking back
every tree limb overhead just seems to sit and wait
until every step you take becomes a twist of fate...

have an indigo year!
love,
the bg

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hey kind friends~~

        got no free boots this time, just applause and accolades from your
comrades if you can successfully answer the following 10 questions.  best
answers, winners, and *correct* responses will be posted in about a week.
only *one round* though this time.... no purchase necessary.
        please reply privately to tonyfrapsiv@earthlink.net.
        cheers and good luck y'all :)

#1      why does a little cat cross the highway?

        e) because it is scared and confused

#2      where is that "smelly little stinky club" ig's played at prior to
meeting the          chickenman?  and what is it called?
        a) fitzgerald's - houston

#3      where was a woman beat up by strangers?  danger, danger, danger.....

        d) toronto

#4      how much money did amy plan on spending at the chickenman's flea market?

        d) $10

#5      the chickenman was wise and dirty from the weather.  what kind of
weather was          it?

        e) all of the above

#6      name at least two songs on which amy sings and de de vogt plays
mandolin?
        you left it up to me and wingtip sheriff (new mongrels)

#7      who said, "don't give up the ghost, the show is not over"?

        e) gerard mchugh

#8      who said, "when i first met ig's, they didn't have much style"?

        b) sara lee

#9      in bob dylan's "tangled up in blue" who are "an illusion to me now"?

        all the people i used to know... some are mathmeticians, some are
carpenter's         wives

#10     what did amy say after the chickenman imparted some enlightenment on
her?
        a) "oh my god, i feel better"

bonus question (nigc):
        what moves on fours, then twos, then threes?

a human.... who crawls on four legs in infancy, on two as an adult,
and with a cane (three legs) in old age.... (this was the riddle posed by
the oracle at delphi in oedipus)

i       tony "the chickenman" @:-} -- houston, tx               g
n                                                               i
d       hey kind friend...i'll meet you in new orleans          r
i       or i'll see you around. i don't know if these highs     l
g       will be coming down. it's ok friend, i'm ok friend      s
o

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reply-to:      seaphish@aol.com
from:          "sheri e. allen" <seaphish@aol.com>
subject:       re: geography
to:            indigo-girls@netspace.org


sheri's right - hofstra university is in hempstead.  i don't know why
they said uniondale, except that on a map of long island, hofstra
seems to be in between the two.
so,  who's planning on going? :)

kim


in a message dated 97-02-11 22:36:53 est, dc3545@cnsvax.albany.edu
(tuesday's child) writes:

> can some kind soul tell me what region of nys uniondale is in? in
> other
>  words what is it near? i'm in albany. two hours north of nyc, two
>  hours east of syracuse. thanks!
>

uniondale is in nassau county, long island,  less than an hour east of
manhattan.  if anyone is driving there the university is actually in
hempstead (at least that's the mailing address)- the highway signs say
hempstead if i remember correctly.  wouldn't want anyone to get lost
before a show!

need

-sheri :)

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hey y'all, i made a few phonecalls, ok, i called the same place a couple
of times =) here's the info that i got about the hofstra show.  tickets go
on sale this upcoming monday through ticketmaster or you can buy it
directly from the guys at hofstra (if you're interested, it's room 212 in
the student center.  i'm not sure exactly where that is, but the nice guy
on the phone said that if you ask anyone on campus, they'll be glad to
show you the way.)  tickets are $25 for non-hofstra people.  and the show
starts at either 9 pm and the doors open at 8, or the show starts at 8 and
the doors open at 7.  he wasn't 100% sure.  but, y'all get the idea =) oh,
and i think this was mentioned before, it's gen admission, and the venue
holds about 4,000 easy.  i guess if you want any other info, or if you all
want to speak to them yourselves (the guys coordinating the concert, not
ig =), the number is (516) 463-6967.
i'm so exciiiited.....

veronica


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        i'm so glad that you finally made it here
        with the things you know now, that only time could tell
        looking back, seeing far, landing right where we are
        and oh, aren't we aging well?
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>         what moves on fours, then twos, then threes?
>
>  a human.... who crawls on four legs in infancy, on two as an adult,
> and with a cane (three legs) in old age.... (this was the riddle posed by
> the oracle at delphi in oedipus)

wasn't it the sphinx who asked this riddle?

deb

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subject:      re: tour dates...

hey y'all....

just wanted to let you know...if you misplace the tour dates or want to know
how to find them you can check for them at .....pollstar.com.

they have the dates that have already been printed on this list.  i also
agree with
gflame@nwu who said ...no reason to post your pleas asking if they are gonna
play in your home town, etc.  i am confident that we will get information as
soon as it is known.
i live in northern ca.....i'm not so sure they will head this way during the
campus part of their tour...but i know all i gonna do is sit back and
wait...and sooner (rather than later)
the relevant info will hit this list :-)

rose  (still trying to get my loop tape recorded!!)

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i would love to go!  but i have a huge psychoacoustics exam the following day
so i might not be able to go :(

btw, i typed "need directions? email me..." in my last post about hofstra,
but apparently it didn't go through, so (let's try this one more time) if you
need directions to hofstra u. let me know and i'll try to get you there...

in a message dated 97-02-12 17:53:19 est, secruss@psych1.psy.sunysb.edu (kim
rhoades) writes:

>
>  sheri's right - hofstra university is in hempstead.  i don't know why
>  they said uniondale, except that on a map of long island, hofstra
>  seems to be in between the two.
>  so,  who's planning on going? :)
>
>  kim
>
>
>  in a message dated 97-02-11 22:36:53 est, dc3545@cnsvax.albany.edu
>  (tuesday's child) writes:
>
>  > can some kind soul tell me what region of nys uniondale is in? in
>  > other
>  >  words what is it near? i'm in albany. two hours north of nyc, two
>  >  hours east of syracuse. thanks!
>  >
>
>  uniondale is in nassau county, long island,  less than an hour east of
>  manhattan.  if anyone is driving there the university is actually in
>  hempstead (at least that's the mailing address)- the highway signs say
>  hempstead if i remember correctly.  wouldn't want anyone to get lost
>  before a show!
>
>  need
>

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>yeah, it's "pop" in the midwest,

oh, but no, not in the entire midwest--in st. louis missouri we are still
calling it soda--i don't know why but i am severely irritated when all
these people i go to school with in chicago call it pop--i know it is
irrational, tricia
--sorry to continue with this nigc thing.

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if i recall, the sphinx posed the question to oedipus, and when he
answered  it, the sphinx stopped eating the people.

amy


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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?"
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okay, this may sound like a stupid question, but i gotta know.  i was looking
through the pink pages earlier this week, and i came across a listing for a
rainy day records here in the seattle area.  is this like the same thing?
somebody tell me!
i must know!

dawn

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       * if the ig's don't come out with map and start touring soon this is
going to turn into the betty crocker mailing list, i'm afraid :o

recipe for chile rellenos (ala the chickenman)

ingreds:
1 or 2 large poblano peppers 5-6" long
1 lb. chihuahua cheese (grated coarsely)
1 lb. drained browned hamburger meat <optional, personally i just use all
cheese>
1-1/2 cups of cooking oil
flour
spices <optional>
4 eggs & a little milk
toothpicks
medium-large frying pan

preparation:
cut around stem at top of peppers and remove stem and seeds; clean and wash
out pepper par boil peppers in shallow pan w/ about 2 cups water (this is
*important* else the peppers will be somewhat tough and quite hot!!!)
let peppers drain and dry
beat eggs & milk for a batter in a bowl
put flour in other bowl (you can add a few spices if you like - garlic
powder, cilantro, pepper, salt, whatever)
put oil in frypan and heat to medium-high (the peppers should sizzle pretty
good when you drop them in :) btw i use tongs
stuff peppers with shredded cheese and beef (if desired)
use toothpicks if necessary to secure pepper where it may have ripped or tore
dip peppers in egg batter and then into flour and spices

cooking:

when oil is hot, carefully place peppers in frying pan; cover with a screen
cover if available
fry approx. 5 minutes on each side (the peppers should have a slightly
scorched look and they should be firm, almost crispy :)
remove peppers from pan and drain away excess oil
remove toothpicks
you can then add more grated cheese and tomatoe sauce or just eat 'em plain
(note: if you add more cheese and tomatoe sauce you may have to put them in
the broiler for a few minutes to melt everything and keep 'em warm

enjoy!

also several people asked about the black bean soup with cilantro recipe so
i'll try to find that one.  i also have a recipe for quick-and-easy crispy
beef tacos if anyone's interested, just email me privately...

tony


i       tony "the chickenman" @:-} -- houston, tx               g
n                                                               i
d       hey kind friend...i'll meet you in (galveston)          r
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o

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could someone email me and clue me in as to if we ever planned a sf bay
area list party? i was computerless again and am totally behind on my
digests...


love

lost larissa

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i musta hit the delete key.

can someone send me these, please?

*praying for a sf bay appearance, haven't seen the girls since 199*4*)


love


thanks


lariss

p.s. send them privately, loves, thankyou thankyou....

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subject:      re: sorry to be a bandwagon jumper but....tour dates??

does anyone have any info reagarding the concert at la salle?  like how to
get tickets, or something like that.
i'm quite happy that they're coming to philly, and the added bonus is it the
same day as my junior prom.  so i don't have to make up an excuse why i'm not
going.  yeah!  ok, that was pointless rambling.

west of bishes
shana (jak)

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awhile ago, someone asked about the video "the best of austin city
limits". i just came across it in a pbs catalog. contact me if you still
need the info. this show is where i first heard and saw amy and emily
perform. i believe it was a show about women songwriters. i only heard
about 2 songs and i fell in love with their music. i remember thinking
i'd better write their name down or i'll never remember it. if anyone
knows how i could get a copy of this show i would appreciate it. i have
sentimental  feelings  about it, i guess.
also, ig are not on "the best of" tape. maybe on volume ii someday.
bettyann

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hello all-- i hope you are all having a great day!

if anyone has any inside information on getting tickets for the penn
state show, could they please e-mail me privately!
smiles and good tomorrows,

ang
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"... but ending up where i started again makes me want to stand
still..."
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clapton inspired me to play guitar...emily inspired me to start writing.....

closer to fine was the first learned...

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hello everyone

just got in from chaperoning a school dance and felt generous.  i have
access to a post office box in the states, so i've been trading a lot in the
few months i've been on the list.  some canadians aren't so lucky...  and i
have no more blanks in my stash for trades or money to continue past the 70
boot mark...  so...

if any newbies from the toronto area want to mail me blanks in a sase i'll
dub a couple of my boots for yah.  ok, i could extend the geographical range
maybe if i don't get too overwhelmed... =)

btw, we say "pop" here. (maybe that's why buffalonians say it too, being
closer to canada and all - hey i guess that's closer to fine!)  ok, it's too
late.  must go to bed.

lori

ps.i couldn't find a good ig wedding song for my upcoming wedding in july,
so i went for rem's perfect circle.

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speaking of "thin line"  where can i get a cd with the gerard mchugh original
version on it?  i have a tape compilation  with it and i love it...

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hey kind friends,
        well, i was having doubts about sending this petition to the list,
but after seeing the austin city limits post i realized that it really was
igc. ig, as well as nancy griffith, joan baez, etc have performed on austin
city limits in the past which is aired on pbs(public broadcasting system).
they also air many other educational programs commercial free. that info is
for non-us residents.  for us residents, you already know how great
programs such as mr rogers (my hero) are so i need not ramble on.  also, i
think someone mentioned some igc on npr (national public radio) a while
back.  so, like the loop, i'm not exactly sure how this petition thing
really works, but here's hopin that some of you arts-lovin fools will send
this on.  of course, you could call newt personally, but i don't happen to
have his number;)  thanks y'all. -maren

>pbs/npr need support, the petition is a bit long but just scroll down to
>the very bottom to add you name and then send it on.
>> this is for anyone one who thinks npr/pbs is a worthwhile expenditure of
>> $1.12/year of his/her taxes (as opposed to, say, newt gingrich's
>> salary?), a petition follows.  if you sign, please forward on to others
>> (not back to me). if not, please don't kill it -- send it to the e-mail
>> addresslisted here:
>>
>>         wein2688@blue.univnorthco.edu
>>
>>     if you happen to be the 150th, 200th, 250th etc. signer of this petition,
>> please forward a copy to wein2688@blue.univnorthco.edu.  if that address
>> is inoperative, please send it to kubi7975@blue.univnorthco.edu. this way
>> we can keep track of the lists and organize them.
>> ============================================================
>>
>> pbs, npr (national public radio), and the arts are facing major cutbacks
>> in funding.  in spite of the efforts of each station to reduce spending
>> costs and streamline their services, some government officials believe
>> that the funding currently going to these programs is too large a portion
>> of funding for something which is seen as "unworthwhile".
>>
>> forward this to everyone you know, and  help us to keep these programs
>> alive.
>>
>> currently, taxes from the general public for pbs equal $1.12 per person
>> per year, and the national endowment for the arts equals $.64 a year in
>> total. a january 1995 cnn/usa today/gallup poll indicated that 76% of
>> americans wish to keep funding for pbs, third only to national defense
>> and law enforcement as the most valuable programs for federal funding.
>>
>> each year, the senate and house appropriations committees each have 13
>> subcommittees with jurisdiction over many programs and agencies.  each
>> subcommittee passes its own appropriation bill.   the goal each year is
>> to have each bill signed by the beginning of the fiscal year, which is
>> october 1.
>>
>> the only way that our representatives can be aware of the base of support
>> for pbs and funding for these types of programs is by making our voices
>> heard. please add your name to this list and forward it to friends ifyou
>> believe in what we stand for.  this list will be forwarded to thepresident
>> of the united  states, the vice president of the united states, and
>> representative newt gingrich, who is the instigator of the action to cut
>> funding to these worthwhile programs.
>>
>> thank you.
>> >> >1) elizabeth weinert, student, university of northern colorado, greeley,
>> >> >colorado.
>> >> >2) robert m. penn, san francisco, ca
>> >> >3)  gregory s. williamson, san francisco, ca
>> >> >4)  daniel c. knightly, austin, tx
>> >> >5) andrew h. knightly, los angeles, ca
>> >> >6) aaron c. yeater, somerville, ma
>> >> >7) tobie m. cornejo, washington, dc
>> >> >8) john t. mason, dalton, ma
>> >> >9) eric w. fish, williamstown, ma
>> >> >10)  courtney e. estill, hamilton college, ny
>> >> >11)  vanessa moore, northfield, mn
>> >> >12) lynne raschke, haverford college, pa (originally   >minnesota)
>> >> >
>> >> >13) deborah bielak, haverford, pa
>> >> >14)  morgan lloyd, haverford, pa 19041
>> >> >15)  galen lloyd, goucher college, md
>> >> >16)  brian eastwood, university of vermont, vt
>> >> >17)  elif batuman, harvard university, ma
>> >> >18) kohar jones, yale university, ct
>> >> >19)  claudia brittenham, yale university, ct
>> >> >20)  alexandra block, yale university, ct
>> >> >21) susanna chu, yale university, ct
>> >> >22)  michelle chen, harvard university, ma
>> >> >23)  jessica hammer, harvard university, ma
>> >> >24)  ann pettigrew, haverford college, pa
>> >> >25)  kirstin knox, swarthmore college, pa
>> >> >26)  jason adler, swarthmore college, pa
>> >> >27) daniel gottlieb, swarthmore college (but truly from
>> >> >lawrence, ks)
>>     >> >28) josh feltman, tufts university, ma
>> >> >29) louise forrest, massachusetts institute of  technology, ma
>> >> >30) hongsup park, massachusetts institute of  technology, ma
>> >> >(originally from portage, wisconsin)
>> >> >31)  ana sandoval,massachusetts institute of technology
>> >> >32) katherine navarrete, massachusetts institute of technology
>> >> >33) mandisa washington, massachusetts institute of  technology
>> >> >34)  stephen balzac, san francisco, ca
>> >> >35)  howard yermish, los angeles, ca
>> >> >36) danielle yermish, los angeles, ca
>> >> >37) david s. lefkowitz, university of california - los angeles
>> >> >38) frank s. albinder, san francisco, ca
>> >> >39)  read s. sherman, harvard divinity school
>> >> >40)  stephane lemelin, cambridge, ma
>> >> >41)  thomas ouellette, cambidge, ma
>> >> >42)  richard russell, cambridge, ma
>> >> >43)  nella wennberg, jamaica plain, ma
>> >> >44)  eric smith, jamaica plain, ma
>> >> >45)  alex graham, boston, ma
>> >> >
>> >> >46)  dean wei, chicago, il
>> >> >47)  luisita frances, chicago, il
>> >> >48)  roy vella, stanford, ca
>> >> >49)  alan hellawell, mountain view, ca
>> >> >51)  albert m. yeh, mountain view, ca
>> >> >52) susan yeh, seattle, wa
>> >> >53)  jonathan payne, seattle, wa
>> >> >54)  cena pohl, seattle, wa
>> >> >55) david perk, seattle, wa
>> >> >56) robert srygley, seattle wa
>> >> >57)  katarzyna s. kubzdela, chicago, il
>> >> >58) katy human, stanford, ca
>> >> >59)  erica fleishman, reno, nv
>> >> >60) c. richard tracy, reno, nv
>> >> >61) kenneth e. nussear, reno, nv
>> >> >62) christopher r. tracy, university of wisconsin,   madison, wi
>> >> >63) kristin komives, carrboro, nc
>> >> >64) jennifer goldman, chapel hill, nc
>> >> >65)  darcy leach, university of michigan, ann arbor, mi
>> >> >66)  van luong, university of michigan, ann arbor, mi
>> >> >67)  aurora m. sherman, university of michigan, ann arbor, mi
>> >> >68) paul o. stern, seattle, wa
>> >> >69)  erika tapman, u. of vermont college of medicine
>> >> >70)  opher donchin, urbana, il
>> >> >71) prof. pamela cosman, university of california, san  diego
>> >> >72)  ari levitt, university of washington, seattle, wa
>> >> >73)  nathan martin, berkeley, california
>> >> >74)  lynn price, kensington, california
>> >> >75)  leslie shown, kensiongton, ca
>> >> >76)  mike boals, berkeley, ca
>> >> >77)  wendy boals, berkeley, ca
>> >> >78)  effie westervelt, tiburon, ca
>> >> >79)  mary burns, taos, nm
>> >> >80) karen page, new york, ny (karenapage@aol.com)
>> >> >81)  gary holleman, bemidji, mn (holleman@chefnet.com)
>> >> >82)  tim rosa, newton, ma (trosa@world.std.com)
>> >> >83)  doug hersh, sherborn ma (hersh@ultranet.com)
>> >> >84)  ruel little, somerville, ma (rlittle@ascensiontech.com)
>> >> >85)  stefan wennik, andover, ma (swennik@aol.com)
>> >> >86)  melissa walia, sf, ca (color@well.com)
>> >> >87) tracy brown, sf, ca (tracy@nrh.com)
>> >> >88) john t. miller, sf, ca (johncom@dnai.com)
>> >> >89)  m. todd davis, sf, ca (todd_davis@gensler.com)
>> >> >90)  michael demetrios, sf, ca
>> >> >91)  j. marc perrin, ny, ny (mperrin@sbi.com)
>> >> >92)  alyse daberko, ny, ny (adaberko@sbi.com)
>> >> >93) jessica guertin, washington univ. st.
>> >> >louis(jg3@cec.wustl.edu)
>> >> >94)  ellen watson, san francisco, ca
>> >> >95)  bridgitt arnold, seattle, wa
>> >> >96) erica yenni, seattle, wa
>> >> >97) kerri karvetski, seattle, wa  (70007.4401@compuserve.com)
>> >> >98) mark butler, seattle, wa
>> >> >99)  lazlow jones, long beach, ny lazlow@undernet.com
>> >> >100)  laura bykowski, nyc, ny laurab@gbcom.com
>> >> >101)  amy stettler, nyc, ny ziolas@aol.com
>> >> >102)  f ben dana, burlington, vermont
>> >> >103) bill dahill-baue, brattleboro, vt
>> >> >104) s. ryan quick, yale university, new haven, ct
>> >> >105)  jerry anne dickel, yale university, new haven, ct
>> >> >106)  donald beebe, yale university, new haven, ct
>> >> >107) stephanie seery, school of theology at claremont, ca
>> >> >108)  katherine a. johnson, baltimore, md
>> >> >109)  cynthia j. halstead, burke, va
>> >> >110) ronald northrip, falls church, va ronnlee@clark.net
>> >> >111)  jane levandoski, university of delaware, de
>> >> >112)  denise j. hills, university of delaware, de
>> >> >113)  david p. sobel, college of william & mary, va
>> >> >114)  amey t. sadler, college of william& mary, va
>> >> >115)  donna m. livingston, woodbridge, va
>> >> >116) karen a. morris, burke, va
>> >> >117)  michael e. perdue atlanta, ga
>> >> >118)  david cour, washington d.c.
>> >> >119)  katie sergent, washington d.c.
>> >> > 120)  nathan sewell, nashville, tn
>> >> > 121)  peter eby, nashville, tn
>> >> > 122)  jeff taraday, seattle, wa
>> >> > 123)  julie taraday, seattle, wa>
>> >> > 124)  stephanie cooper, seattle wa
>> >> > 125)  kailen mooney, seattle, wa
>> >> > 126) dylan clark, univ. of wa, anthropology, seattle 98195
>> >> > 127) daniel simons, university of washington, seattle, wa
>> >> > 128) kirsten wild, university of washington, seattle, wa
>> >> > 129) barbara busetti, university of washington,  seattle, wa
>> >> > 130) leslie macchia, mountain view, ca
>> >> >(lmacchia@ix.netcom.com)
>> >> > 131)  kris wollenhaupt, san jose, ca
>> >> > 132)  ann bowers, palo alto, ca
>> >> > 133) sue tysko, palo alto, ca
>> >> > 134) liza schmeltz, san jose, ca
>> >> > 135)  judith schweikert, palo alto, ca
>> >> > 136)  joan wylie, palo alto, ca
>> >> > 137)  marcia pugsley, palo alto, ca
>> >> > 138)  daryl davis, palo alto, ca
>> >> > 139) amy gerstein, san francisco, ca
>> >> > 140)  christian holden, san francisco, ca
>> >> > 141)  stephen divenere, san francisco, ca
>> >> > 142)  karen yetman, san francisco, ca
>> >> > (kyetman@nelson.corp.gonelson.corp)
>> >> > 143)  christine d'elia, san francisco, ca
>> >> > 144)  rachel bredemeier, cambridge, ma
>> >> > 145) karin horlbeck, cambridge, ma
>> >> > 146)  mark bourne, cambridge, ma (markb@cmbinfo.com)
>> >> > 147)  norm slocum, weymouth, ma (slocum@xensei.com)
>> >> > 148)  carol hughes, boulder, co (cehughes@lucent.com)
>> >> > 149)  susan hagg, san francisco,ca(shagg@coldwellbanker.com)
>> >> > 150) dante landucci, bethesda, md (dante_landucci@nih.com)
>> >> > 151)  ann dannenberg rosen, newton, ma
>> >> > 152)  elena conti, cambridge, ma
>> >> > 153)  brent richter, rowley ma
>> >> > 154)  libby jones, rowley, ma
>> >> > 155)  kitkoon chan, pleasanton ca
>> >> > 156)  dennis crayon, boston, ma
>> >> > 157)  claude r labbe, boston, ma
>> >> > 158)  jeffrey m. klapes, lynnfield, ma
>> >> > 159)  david e. knudsen, somerville, ma
>> >> > 160)  chris ann matteo, new york, ny
>> >> > 161)  scott g. williams, austin, texas
>> >> > 162)  linda wiencken williams, austin, texas
>> >> > 163)  lucinda martin, florence, tx
>> >> > 164)  karen e.. lefevre, austin, texas
>> >> > 165)  david e. soileau, austin, texas (cajundave@aol.com)
>> >> > 166) kirk p. white, rn, msn, austin, tx
>> >> > 167)  lisa rogers, austin, tx (oyalisa.@aol.com)
>> >> > 168)  shelley brown, denver, co (lbrown@aol.com)
>> >> > 169)  deborah chandler, loveland, co (deborahwf@aol.com)
>> >> > 170) linda temple, oklahoma city, ok (lgtemple@aol.com)
>> >> > 171)  tom temple, oklahoma city, ok  (lgtemple@aol.com)
>> >> >
>> >> > 172)  gage evans, denver, co (gevans@carl.org)
>> >> > 173)  kara m. van horn, denver, co (karav@ihs.com)
>> >> > 174)  carmelia dyer, boulder, co (cdyer@ball.com)
>> >> > 175)  douglas goldman, boulder, co (dgoldman@ball.com)
>> >> > 176)  eugenie georgas, boulder, co  (ggeorgas@ball.com)
>> >> > 177)  michael birdsong, boulder, co (mbirdson@ball.com)
>> >> > 178)  todd arbetter, boulder, co (arbetter@spam.colorado.edu)
>> >> > 179) marika holland,boulder, co  (hollandm@orbit.colorado.edu)
>> >> > 180)  adriene hughes, brighton, ma
>> >> > 181)  andrew myerson, brighton, ma
>> >> > 182)  lucila de alejandro, san diego, ca
>> >> > 183)  robin taylor, san diego ca
>> >> > 184) shelly diaz, nyc, ny
>> >> > 185) beth davidson, incline village, nv
>> >> > 186)  jon paul davidson, incline village, nv
>> >> > 187)  kate glanz, durham, nh
>> >> > 188) filson glanz, durham, nh
>> >> > 189)  dehan glanz, san francisco, ca
>> >> > 190)  justine reese, san francisco, ca
>> >> > 191)  carl bettag, san francisco, ca
>> >> > 192)  eugenia lean, los angeles, ca
>> >> > 193) nicole huang, berkeley, ca
>> >> > 194) george krompacky, yale university, ct
>> >> >
>> >> > 195)  peter carroll, yale university, new haven, ct
>> >> > 196)  james carter, new haven, ct
>> >> > 197) eagle glassheim, columbia university, new york city
>> >> > 198)  david s. frey, columbia university, new york city
>> >> > 199)  ellen b. umland, bay village, oh
>> >> > 200)  susanna d. kopchains, hawthorne, nj
>> >> > 201)  mark margaretten, denver, co
>> >> > 202) jon l. leland, mill valley, ca
>> >> > 203)  steve blumenthal, san francisco, ca
>> >> > 204)  paula mantel, honolulu, hi
>> >> > 205)  gaile sickel, honolulu, hi
>> >> > 206)  robert wolfson, fairfax, ca
>> >> > 207)  shams wm. kairys, oakland, ca
>> >> > 208)  donald halley, new lebanon, ny
>> >> > 209)  david iman adler, new lebanon, ny
>> >> > 210)  robert barris, highland park,
>> >> > 211)  janet karpus, kalamazoo, mi
>> >> >  212)  terry macak, kalamazoo, mi
>> >> > 213)  lynne aspnes, ann arbor mi
>> >> > 214)   lorna haywood, u of m ann arbor mi
>> >> > 215)  robert debbaut, salt lake city, ut
>> >> > 216)  kaye ramsey, salt lake city, ut
>> >> > 217)  timothy jones, u of t san antonio tx
>> >> > 218)  eugene dowdy, utsa, san antonio, tx
>> >> > 219)  lawrence stomberg, truman state university, kirksville, mo
>> >> > 220)  lisa stomberg, colorado school of mines, co
>> >> > 221)  paula lynch, laurel springs, nj
>> >> > 222)  cara kendric, philadelphia, pa
>> >> > 223)  deborah conger hughes, university of washington, seattle
>> >> > 224)  dean heerwagen, univ. of washington, seattle
>> >> > 225)  mark clayton, college station, tx
>> >> > 226)  mardelle shepley, bryan, tx
>> >> > 227)  mike blair  bryan tx (mcblair@myriad.net)
>> >> > 228)  david lucey oakland, ca
>> >> > 229) ted rallis davis ca. (ted@ucdavis.edu)
>> >> > 230) leigh ann giles, davis ca (lagiles@ucdavis.edu)
>> >> > 231)  kamala crompton, sebastopol ca (kscrompton@ucdavis.edu)
>> >> > 232)  patrick kelly
>> >> > 233) alan j. hiller (hiller@cooper.cpmc.org)
>> >> > 234) mitchell d. klein (mrprop@aol.com)
>> >> > 235) nicholas wulfekuhle
>> >> > 236) andrew downes
>> >> > 237) kelly bowers, washington dc
>> >> > 238) thomas unger, alexandria, va
>> >> > 239) dwight gibbs, alexandria, va (dwightg@fool.com)
>> >> > 240) lissa gibbs, oakland, ca
>> >> > 241) jason silverman, santa fe, nm
>> >> > 242) richard buckley, santa fe, nm
>> >> > 243) susan owensby halfvarson, dallas, tx.
>> >> > 244) erie mills, pleasanton, ca
>> >> > 245) thomas rescigno, pleasanton, ca
>> >> > 246) peter strummer, tulsa, ok
>> >> > 248) linda roark-strummer
>> >> > 249) david a. okerlund, san francisco, ca
>> >> > 250)  jill blalock & matthew lord, new york, ny
>> >> > (102065.3727@compuserve.com)
>> >> > 251)  janine hawley & dale girard, newington, ct
>> >> >> (103007.3673@compuserve.com)
>> >> > 252) jennifer davis jones, youngstown, oh  (75253,2001@compuserve.com)
>> >> > 253) aram barsamian, fullerton, ca
>> >> > 254) mark salters, fullerton, ca
>> >> > 255) megan weston, san diego, ca
>> >> > 256) sara west, chicago, il
>> >> > 257) kelly williams, chicago, il
>> >> > 258) john page williams, annapolis, md
>> >> > 259) mary kate hogan, riverside, ct
>> >> > 260) vicki latimer, new york, ny
>> >> >261) maureen mizwicki, chicago, il
>> >> >262) maritoni tabora, chicago, il
>> >> >263) rob kozlowski, chicago, il
>> >> >264) lauren rubendall, george washington univ., washington, dc (orig.
>> >       chicago, il)
>> >> >265) jennifer mccarthy, george washington univ., washington, dc (orig.
>> >        ft. worth, tx)
>> >> >266)  kathryn harness, georgetown law, washington, dc
>> >> >267) patrick o'connor, georgetown law, washington, dc
>> >268) jessica pearlman, georgetown law, washington, dc
>>  269 debra kaufman
>>   270 katusha issaeff, everett, wa
>> >271 patti salerno, seattle, wa
>> >272 deborah salerno, ann arbor, mi
>>
>> 273) vanessa becker, university of michigan, ann arbor, mi
>274  geoff olsen, or st. u, corvallis, or

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i never saw so many people get excited over a bean....
did anyone watch ellen and hear her mention the mango conditioner?? that
was my fruit...nanner nanner nanner!!!!
and as far as the recent polls are concerned, texas will always be
number one...we'll get y'all next year folks!! watch us....i'll have
children if i have  to...well, maybe not... *giggles*
i have not yet heard any response from mtv producers, so i shall e-mail
them again to  reiterate my idea of real world....austin...it's been a
couple of weeks..i think that's enough time lapsed to be sending another
letter, n'est-ce pas?
back to lurking....and trying to figure out what bathing suit to bring
to the party in galveston....
-sal

"my scream got lost in a paper cup...you think there's a heaven where some dreams have gone...i got 25 bucks and cracker do you think it's enough...to get us there...but what if i'm a mermaid...in these jeans of his with her name still on it...yeah, but i don't care...cause sometimes i said sometimes i hear my voice and it's...been here silent all these years....."-tori amos

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sue mcculloch...okay, the tape is in, but somehow i have lost your address.
please email me privately for your new jcs video.

and let's all send amy some cool e-valentines for the loop groups getting
underway...mine is leaving tomorrow...

and if any of you (joke) go to see ig, please sing loud for those of us in
japanland who can't be there.  here's hoping they are still touring in
july...

happy hallmark holiday to you all.
sara

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                             10-22-502 ikeda-cho
                        nishinomiya-shi, hyogo-ken 662
                                     japan
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                "well you're looking down the day and you find it
     overflowing, but nothing comes to stay unless you give it something"
                                        --new mongrels

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hi!  i'll make this really short since i know my last post was way too
long.  deb was kind enough to inform me that this petition took up way too
much space (especially in digest form)!  i was just thinking y'all could
scroll through, delete, etc like i do every day on this list.  live &
learn.  i've learned more about computers & digest form so please don't
flame me.  i'm such a wimp.-mar

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#----------------------------------please note---------------------------------#
#this file is the author's own work and represents their interpretation of the #
#song. you may only use this file for private study, scholarship, or research. #
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------##
from: mrb@oregon.uoregon.edu (mike beale)

hey jesus
emily saliers

chords used in this song:

g(bb)*       3 2 0 0 2 2
c9(eb9)      x 3 2 0 2 2
em9(gm7)     0 2 2 0 0(1)
d(f)         x x 0 2 3 2
f(ab)        1 3 3 2 1 1
c(eb)        x 3 2 0 2 0
am7(cm7)     x 0 2 0 1 0
dsus(fsus)   x x 0 2 1 3
d7(f7)       x x 0 2 1 2
f#sus(asus)  2 4 4 4 x x
b7(d7)       x 2 4 2 4 2
em9(gm9)     0 2 0 0 3 2
d7(11)f7(11) x 3 0 0 3 2
* chords in parentheses indicate actual pitch.

basic strum pattern
(capo at 3rd fret)
   g        c(9)                 d          c(9)
--3--3-3-3-3-----3-3--3-3-3-3---2--2-2---2-0----0-0---------------------
--3--3-3-3-3-----3-3--3-3-3-3---3--3-3---3-3----3-3---------------------
--0--0-0-0-0-----0-0--0-0-0-0---2--2-2---2-0----0-0---------0-----0-----
--0--0-0-0-2-----2-2--2-2-2-2---0--0-0---0-2----2-2------4-----4--------
--2--2-2-2-3-----3-3--3-3-3-3--------------3----3-3---------------------
--3--3-3-3--------------------------------------------------------------

basic picking pattern at 1st and 2nd endings
   em9                                d7(11)
-----------------2-------------------------------------2----2-2---------
--------3-----3-----------3-------------------3-----3--3----3-3---------
-----------0----------------------------0--------------0----0-0---------
--------------------------------0----------0-----0--------------0-0-0-0-
-----2-----------------2-----2------3---------------------------0-0-0-0-
-0----------------------------------------------------------------------

intro:  bb  eb(9)  f  eb(9)  (two times)

bb     eb(9)            f  eb(9)
hey, jesus, it's me.
bb              eb(9)        f  eb(9)
i don't usually talk to you.
bb       eb(9)            f                   eb(9)
but my baby's gonna leave me, and there's something you must do.

bb  eb(9)  f  eb(9)

                  f       gm7  gm9
i am not your faithful servant, i hang around
eb(9)            f                   gm7   gm9
sometimes with a bunch of your black sheep,
                ab      eb                       cm7(4)
but if you make my baby stay, i'll make it up to you
cm7            fsus         a7sus  d7  gm9  f7
itős a promise i will keep.

(repeats)
hey jesus, it's me.
i'm the one who talked to you yesterday
asked you please, please for a favor.
but my baby's gone away.
went away anyway
and i don't really think its fair.
you've got the power to make us all believe in you.
and then we call you in despair,
and you don't come through.

hey jesus, it's me, i'm sorry.
i don't remember all i said.
i had a few, no, too many
and they went straight to my head.
made me feel like i could argue with god.
but you know, it's easy for you.
you got friends all over the world.
you had the whole world waiting for your birth.
but now i ain't got nobody

cm7          f7         am  d7
i don't know what my life's worth.

i'm not gonna call you anymore.
i'm sure you've got a million things to do.
all i was trying to do was to get through to you,
get through to you.
ôcause when i die and i get up to your doors,
i don't even know if you're gonna let me in the place.
                                        cm7
how come i gotta die to get a chance to talk to you
f7      am   d7  gm9  f7  fsus  bb
face to face?

--
mike beale
mrb@oregon.uoregon.edu
university of oregon

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#this file is the author's own work and represents their interpretation of the #
#song. you may only use this file for private study, scholarship, or research. #
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high horse (emily saliers)
--------------------------
[i've written the chords to this song as if it's played in am with a capo
on the 5th fret.  it may actually have been played in bm (capo 3) or in
dm (no capo).]
[each chord is half a measure, except the chords in parentheses
are short, about a quarter note.]

n.c.  n.c.  n.c.  n.c.  n.c.  n.c.  n.c.
[lead guitar intro; no chords.  see tab at end.]]
am  em  am  em  am  em  am  em
[intro]

am             em                am     em
  you had your chance to show affection
am               em               am   em
  you had your chance to give me more
am             em                 am     em
  and now that she's found new direction
    (ebm)     dm  dm          e   e
you make your way to my back door

am                 em                  am       em
  what makes you think the whole world wants you
am             em                am     em
  give steel a kiss and it will bend
am             em                 am              em
  the flesh is weak, but when it all is said and done
    (ebm)    dm         dm          esus  e
the spirit's all that's left in the end

c              c            e     e
if you have to saddle your high horse
am          am              em             em  (ebm)
  go on and ride out of my (ride out of my sight)
dm          dm               g        g
  you never had the time of day for me, no
c             c                  e    e
  and now you want to spend the night

c                     c                 e             e
  you're big with the come-on like it's no big deal (no big deal to you)
am             am                  em                  em
  you let the wild wind blow your (wild wind blow your course)
(ebm) dm              dm               g               g
  i   do not want the dirt from your shoes or from the hooves
       am  em   am  em   am  em   am  em
of your high horse

the way i see it, there are few things left
to hold on to and keep your head, yeah
and it's your sense of humor and integrity (??)
there's nothing funny about what's being said

and there was a day when i would let myself be trampled
as long as it was done by you (as long as it was done by you)
but i took so much abuse, now i've had ample
there's no way that you'll break through

if you have to saddle your high horse
go on and ride out of my (ride out of my sight)
you never had the time of day for me, no
and now you want to spend the night

you're big with the come-on like it's no big deal (no big deal to you)
you let the wild wind blow your (wild wind blow your course)
i do not want the dirt from your shoes or from the hooves
of your high horse

[guitar solo, am & em]

you had your chance to show (you had your chance to show me some affection)
you had your chance to (you had your chance to give me more, baby)
now that she's found (now that your girl found new direction)
you make your way to my back door

what makes you think the whole world wants you, oh yeah
give steel a kiss and it will bend, baby
the flesh is weak, but when it's all been said and done
the spirit's all that's left in the end, yeah

if you have to saddle your high horse
you go on and ride out of my (ride out of my sight)
you never had the time of day for me, no you didn't
and now you want to spend the night

you're big with the come-on like it's no big deal (no big deal to you)
you let the wild wind blow your (wild wind blow your course)
i do not want the dirt from your shoes or from the hooves
of your high horse
i do not want the dirt from your shoes or from the hooves
of your high horse, high horse
from your high horse, high horse
from your high horse, yeah   [end on am]


intro tab:

e ----------------|----------------|----------------|----------------|
b ------1---------|------1---------|------1---------|----------------|
g ---0----4---2---|---0----4~~~--2-|---------4--2---|2\0-------------|
d 012-------------|012-------------|--020-----------|----2-1-0-------|
a ----------------|----------------|----------------|----------3-----|
e ----------------|----------------|----------------|------------5-\-|


- adam schneider, schneider@pobox.com

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hi !

a signed guitar from melissa etheridge... a full collection of k.d.
lang's cd's signed by k.d.!

just wanted to let you know that from february 15th thru march 1, 1997,
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benefitting women's services for the los angeles gay and lesbian center.

melissa and k.d. have generously donated these gifts to benefit women's
night (http://www.outbox.com/womens_night) for the los angeles gay &
lesbian center (http://www.gay-lesbian-center.org).

women's night is the fundraising dinner which honors women who have made
a positive difference in their community.  past honorees include lily
tomlin, martina navratilova, and melissa etheridge.  this year, ellen
degeneres will present the creative integrity award to k.d. lang.  we
also honor dr. susan love, reknowned breast cancer expert for her work
in advocating for women's health issues.

women's night  1997 also adds a whole new dimension by bringing the
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join us in making this cyber-event a success and get some great gifts
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sorry folks, to jump in during the midst of all this frenzy of touring
questions, but i've got a new artist to introduce you to. she plays here
in st. louis on a regular basis. her name is monica casey. she has a cd
of her own, and she also does a lot of covers, including ig, shawn colvin,
and cheryl wheeler. perry's gonna start carrying her cd at rdr, so now you
too can check her out. she's pretty great, so give her a listen. :)

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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okay, i ran this by one or two listers who said i could post it if i
prefaced it with a warning...it is rated pg-13 and in sort of bad taste
but i thought some of us could use a laugh.  i've tried this joke on
various people, not all of whom found it funny.  if you are of that
persuasion, please don't flame me, just delete it!

thanks & all in the spirit of good fun & laughter,
marianne
:) the lone coyote

~()~()~()~()~()~()~()~()~()~()~()~()~()~()~()~()~()~()~()~()~()~()~()~()~

        ****            big moon, bright moon
      *      *          shining so very high up in the starry sky
     *   ' '  *         big moon, bright moon
     *    u   *         can you see people as tiny as i?
      *      *
        ****      ~o~           --traditional lullabye         __________
                 -=|=-                                        /
   ____           /_\            ____________________________/
__/    \__        ((       _____/
          \_______________/

>
> a young fellow walks into a talent agent's office and says he wants to
> break into show-biz, so the agent says "okay kid, show me what you
> do."  the kid tells some jokes, does a little soft shoe, sings a
> bit, does an acrobatic act with an ottoman, and is good enough to
> impress the agent.
>
> "great kid!  just great!," says the agent "i can do things for ya!
> i think i can get you a show on t.v."  (this was the early
> sixties.)  "by the way, what's your name?"
>
> the young man, proud and excited, exclaims "penis van lesbian."
>
> "'scuse me?," questions the agent.
>
> "my name is penis van lesbian" again replies the young man.
>
> "hey i'm sorry kid, you're gonna have to change your name, nobody
> is gonna hire you with a name like penis van lesbian."
>
> well the young man is crestfallen but steadfastly refuses to
> change his name, so he leaves to find another agent.
>
> a few months later he returns to the same agent.  "hey kid!  good
> to see ya again!" says the agent, "are ya still looking for work?
> have ya changed your name?"
>
> with his head hanging low the young man replies "yes. every agent
> in town turned me down because of my name, penis van lesbian.  so
> i've changed it"..
>
> "great kid, great!  what's your new name?"
>
> "dick van dyke."
>
>
>

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i just got the jcs cd this week and i can't stop listening to it!

i have to say, i've determined that i'm definitely an amy person now.
some of those notes she hits send shivers down my spine!

they better hurry up on getting map out 'cause i want to hear an "in
stereo" version of chiapas bound....

anna

"every person who is truely an actor desires to create
inside of himself another, deeper, more interesting life
than the one that actually surrounds him."
                        -constanin stanislavsky


http://narnia.emu.edu/pub/students/creechal/creechal.htm

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subject:      nigc : amsterdam trip...

guys, i'm going to amsterdam at midnight this friday, and i know
there probably won't be any ig stuff over there, but i was wodnering
if there was any stuff any of you could reccomend that i try and see
or do....
"as those words were spoken i swear,
i heard the old man laughing,
"what good is a used up world
and how could it be worth having?"

sting, all this time

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i just called la salle, & a nice man told me that he's told ig will be
coming, but nothing is confimed yet, so he couldn't give me any more
information about it.  the main number is 215-951-1000, & the number they
connected me to is 215-951-1371 if anyone else wants to try.  i figure that
i'll try back in a few days too.  oh, & la salle is in nw philadelphia if
anyone's wondering.  i'm so excited for all these concerts! :)

andi

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

                   "and do you understand that loves sees
          through many colours and do you understand that love is
      limitless and i can love...anybody because i can."-laura ricker
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subject:      rape (not really igc)

okay, this is a veeeeeerrry touch subject and i don't mean to set off any flames, but i need some info . . .

a friend of mine on campus was raped (sexually assaulted, whatever you want to call it) by her (female) roomate last year.  my friend left after our administration refused to do anything about it.  their attitudes were, "can that happen if both parties are female?" \

well, obviously it did happen to my friend and i'd like some info, relevant experiences, etc. that everyone may have to offer.  if you do have experience with this topic, it's likely to be a sensitive spot, but rest assured that i'm not writing a paper or anything.  i just want to be able to comfort my friend and assure her that she's not alone.

if you can help, please e-mail me privately.  this is not something that needs to be shared with everyone, imo.  thanks in advance,

joanne

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>what most people are thinking when they say "i love you"
>"some lovers might be real nervous, so they are glad that they finally
>got it out and said it and now they can go eat."
>dick, age 7

>how do people in love typically behave?
>"when a person gets kissed for the first time, they fall down and they
>don't get up for at least an hour."
>wendy, age 8

>concerning why love happens between two particular
>people
>"i think you're supposed to get shot with an arrow or something, but the
>rest of it isn't supposed to be so painful."
>manuel, age 8

>on what falling in love is like
>"like an avalanche where you have to run for your life."
>john, age 9

>on the role of beauty and handsomeness in love
>"it isn't always just how you look.  look at me.  i'm handsome like
>anything and i haven't got anybody to marry me yet."
>brian, age 7

>confidential opinions about love
>"yesterday i kissed a girl in a private place ... we were behind a tree."
>carey, age 7

>how can you tell if two adults eating dinner at a
>restaurant are in love?
>"lovers will just be staring at each other and their food will get
>cold...other people care more about the food."
>bart, age 9

>how was kissing invented?
>"i know one reason that kissing was created. it makes you feel warm all
>over, and they didn't always have electric heat or fireplaces or even
>stoves in their houses."
>gina, age 8

>how a person learns to kiss
>"you learn it right on the spot when the gooshy feelings get the best of
>you."
>brian, age 7

>when is it okay to kiss someone?
>"it's never okay to kiss a boy.  they always slobber all over you ...
>that's why i stopped doing it."
>tammy, age 7


>how to make love endure
>"be a good kisser.  it might make your wife forget that you never take
>out the trash."
>dave, age 8

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hey folks,

  someone just forwarded me a file of quotations from kids (10 and under)
regarding their thoughts on valentine's day.

  if you'd like a copy, please send me a private note and its yours.
i won't post it to the list unless i get 10 such requests to reduce
the spam level....

                                cheers,

                                   chris

     "i'm not rushing into being in love.  i'm finding fourth grade
                hard enough."
                                             regina, age 10

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i just got my copy of jesus christ superstar in the mail from daemon
records yesterday. all i can say is:  wow!   all day long, it's got me
singing 'what's the buzz?  tell me what's a-happening.'  that's it.  that's
all i had to say.  just wanted to share my enthusiasm and avoid studying for
the exam i have in an hour and a half.

                    -colleen


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#----------------------------------please note---------------------------------#
#this file is the author's own work and represents their interpretation of the #
#song. you may only use this file for private study, scholarship, or research. #
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------##
#

hi, i reckon this is a fairly accurate transcription of history of
us. unfortuneately, i've lent my copy of the tape to someone at the
moment, so i can't be sure that the picking patterns in the solo
and coda are exactly right, in fact they're probably wrong, but
they're pretty close anyway. the picking pattern for the verses is
slightly different each time round but i've only shown what happens
the first time - perfectionists should refer to the tape and work the
rest out themselves.
if anybody knows something about this that i'm not aware of like
funny tunings, feel free to correct it.
enjoy yourselves,

      paul hutchinson.

history of us - indigo girls
----------------------------

note the following unusual chord shapes. they come with practice.

     gmaj7            c11
   +=========+    +=========+
   | | | | | |    | | | | | |
   |(x)| | | x    | | x | | x
   x | | | x |    | x | | x |

   2(1)    4 3      2 1   4 3   (lh fingering)

h=hammer on
p=pull off
/=slide

introduction:
  gmaj7                                 c11
  +   +   +   +     +   +   +   +       +   +   +   +
+-2-------2-------+-2-------0---0h2h3-+-2-------2-------+
|-----3-------3---|-----3-------------|-----3-------3---|
|-----0-------0---|-----0------0------|-----0-------0---|
|---0---0---0---0-|---2---2---2-------|---0---0---0---0-|
|-----------------|-3-------3---------|-----------------|
+-3-------3-------+-------------------+-3-------3-------+

  +   +   +   +
+-2-------0---0h2h3-+
|-----3-------------|
|-----0------0------|
|---2---2---2-------|
|-3-------3---------|
+-------------------+

verse:  (play this twice each verse)
  gmaj7                                 c11
nb- play the note in brackets first time only
  +   +   +   +     +   +   +   +       +   +   +   +
+(2)------2-------+-2-------0---0h2h3-+-2-------2-------+
|-----3-------3---|-----3-------------|-----3-------3---|
|-----0-------0---|-----0------0------|-----0-------0---|
|---0---0---0---0-|---2---2---2-------|---0---0---0---0-|
|-----------------|-3-------3---------|-----------------|
+-3-------3-------+-------------------+-3-------3-------+

                    am7     bm7       c       f#7
  +   +   +   +     +   +   +   +     +   +   +   +
+-2-------0-------+-----------------+-----------------+
|-----3-------3---|-----1-------3---|-----1-----------|
|-----0-------0---|-------0-------2-|-------0---------|
|---2---2---2---2-|---2-------4-----|---2-------2---2-|
|-3-------3-------|-0-------2-------|-3-------4-------|
+-----------------+-----------------+-------------2---+

  bm      e7s e7    am      d7s d7
  +   +   +   +     +   +   +   +
+-----------------+-----------3-2---+
|-----3-----0-----|-----1---------1-|
|-----4-----2-1---|-----0-----------|
|---4-----------0-|---2---2-0-------|
|-2---------------|-0---------------|
+---------0-------+-----------------+

chorus:
  gsus    g         f/g               cmaj7
  +   +   +   +     +   +   +   +     +   +   +   +
+-----------------+---------1-------+-0-------0-------+
|-----1---0---0---|-----1---1---1---|-----0-------0---|
|---0---0---0---0-|-2---2-------2---|-----------------|
|-----------------|---3---3---3---3-|---2---2---2-----|
|-----------------|-----------------|-3-------3-------|
+-3---------------+-3---------------+---------------3-+

  cm7               bm                e7sus   e7
  +   +   +   +     +   +   +   +     +   +   +   +
+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+
|---------4-------|-3---3---3---3---|-----3---3---3---|
|-----3-----------|-----2-------2---|-----2---1-------|
|---5---5---5-----|---4---4---4---4-|---2---2---2---2-|
|-3---------------|-2-------2-------|-----------------|
+-----------------+-----------------+-0---------------+

  am7               d7s     d7
  +   +   +   +     +   +   +   +
+-----------------+-----3---2---2---+
|-----1-------1---|---1---1---1---1-|
|-----0-------0---|-----------------|
|---2---2---2---2-|-0---------------|
|-0-------0-------|-----------------|
+-----------------+-----------------+

1st time:

  am7               d7s   d7          em(9) em
  +   +   +   +     +   +   +   +     +   +   +   +
+-----------------+-----3-2---------+-----------------+
|-----1-------1---|-----------1-----|-----------------|
|-----0-------0---|---2-----2-----2-|-----0-----0-----|
|---2---2---2---2-|-0-----------0---|-----4-2-------2-|
|-0-------0-------|-----------------|---2---------2---|
+-----------------+-----------------+-0---------------+

  em(9) em
  +   +   +   +
+-----------------+
|-----------------|
|-----0-----0-----| go back to the verse
|-----4-2-------2-|
|---2---------2---|
+-0---------------+

2nd time (solo):

  am7               d7s   d7          em(9) em
  +   +   +   +     +   +   +   +     +   +   +   +
+-----------------+-----3---2-------+-----------------+
|-----1---1---1---|-----1---1-------|-----------0-----|
|-----0---0---0---|---2-------------|-----0---0-----0-|
|---2---2---2---2-|-0---------------|-----4-2-----2---|
|-0---------------|-----------------|---2-------------|
+-----------------+-----------------+-0---------------+

  nc (em)                              am
  +       +       +   --3-- +      +   +   +   +
+-----------------------------------+-------0---0---0-+
|-----------------------------------|-----1---1---1---|
|-----------------------------------|-----2---2---2---|
|---4/5---4-5/7---5---4h5p4-2---0---|---2-------------|
|-----------------------------------|-0---------------|
+-0---------------------------------+-----------------+

  bm(4)             am                d7s   d7
  +   +   +   +     +   +   +   +     +   +   +   +
+-------0---0---0-+-----------------+-----3-2---------+
|-----3---3---3---|-----1-1-1-0---1-|-----------1-----|
|-----4---4---4---|-----2-2-2---2-0-|---2-----2-----2-|
|---4-------------|---2-------------|-0-----------0---|
|-2---------------|-0---------------|-----------------|
+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+

  go back to the verse again

3rd time (coda):

  am7               d7s   d7          em(9) em
  +   +   +   +     +   +   +   +     +   +   +   +
+-----------------+-----3---2-------+-----------------+
|-----1---1---1---|-----1---1-------|-----------0-----|
|-----0---0---0---|---2-------------|-----0---0-----0-|
|---2---2---2---2-|-0---------------|-----4-2-----2---|
|-0---------------|-----------------|---2-------------|
+-----------------+-----------------+-0---------------+

  +   +   +   +     +   +   +   +     +
+-----------------+-----------------+-0------+
|-----------0-----|-----------0---0-|--------|
|-----0---0-----0-|-----0---0-------|--------|
|-----4-2-----2---|-----4-2-----2---|-2------|
|---2-------------|---2-------------|--------|
+-0---------------+-0---------------+--------|

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| matthew j smith        \ "[the priest] said that if you have to work |
| mts5@aber.ac.uk         \   for anyone, an absentee boss is best."   |
| indigojo@freenet.hut.fi  \     - jeannette winterson, "the passion"  |
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|    billy bragg / indigo girls info:  http://www.aber.ac.uk/~mts5/    |
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>>>if anyone has any inside information on getting tickets for the penn
state show, could they please e-mail me privately!
smiles and good tomorrows,>>>

same deal here...i would like to take a gang of ig fans (old list-types
like us) to the penn state show, but i don't want to do it thru
ticketmaster or thru bryce jordan unless i have to...

let me know if you know anything quicker...

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subject:      peter o'toole

this maybe an often asked question.....but   how did ig hook up with the
actor peter o'toole on closer to fine  and secure yourself ?   is he a
friend?  is he a noted mandolin player?  does he live in atlanta??

thanks so much


"the less i seek my source for some definitive.........."

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hey--i realize i may get flamed for sending this (long) forward, but i
think it has a lot of merit. as we all know, a _large_ number of the
people on this list are female, and this particular post has to do with
female issues and the female body. i have never heard this particular
danger talked about before, so if anyone has information (contradictory
or supporting) i would really love to hear it.

thanks,
jenn. brown


>>>>>important tampon information!!!!!!!!
>>>>>
>>>>>    this is an important email that should be taken seriously,
>>>>>although in the end it is your personal choice as to what to do about
>>>>>it.  i am writing this because we, as women, are not being informed about
>>>>>the dangers of something most of us use--tampons.  i'm taking a class
>>>>>this month and i have been learning a lot about biology and the woman,
>>>>>including much about feminine hygiene.  recently we have learned that
>>>>>tampons are actually dangerous (for other reasons than tss).  read on if
>>>>>you're interested, if not, that's fine too.  but i'll tell you
>>>>>this--after learning about this in our class, most of the females wound
>>>>>up feeling angry and upset with the tampon industry, and i for one, am
>>>>>going to do something about it.  to start, i want to inform everyone i
>>>>>can, and email is the fastest way that i know how.
>>>>>
>>>>>here's the scoop:
>>>>>    tampons contain two things that are potentially harmful: rayon
>>>>>(for absorbency) and dioxin (a chemical used in bleaching the products).
>>>>>the tampon industry is convinced that we, as women, need bleached white
>>>>>products--they seem to think that we view the product as pure and clean.
>>>>>the problem here is that the dioxin produced in this bleaching process
>>>>>can lead to very harmful problems for a woman.  dioxin is a potentially
>>>>>carcinogenic (cancer associated) and is toxic to the immune and
>>>>>reproductive system.  it has been linked to endometriosis as well as
>>>>>lower sperm counts for men--for both, it breaks down the immune system.
>>>>>last september the environmental protection agency (epa) reported that
>>>>>there really is no set "acceptable" level of exposure to dioxin--given
>>>>>that it is cumulative and slow to disintegrate, the real danger comes
>>>>>from repeated contact (karen houppert "pulling the plug on the tampon
>>>>>industry").  i'd say using about 5 tampons a day, five days a month, for
>>>>>38 menstruating years is "repeated contact", wouldn't you?  rayon
>>>>>contributes to the danger of tampons and dioxin because it is a highly
>>>>>absorbent substance and therefore when fibers from the tampons are left
>>>>>behind in the vagina (as usually occurs), it creates a breeding ground
>>>>>for the dioxin, and the chemical stays in a lot longer than it would with
>>>>>just cotton tampons.  this is also the reason why tss (toxic shock
>>>>>syndrome) occurs.
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>what are the alternatives?
>>>>>    using feminine hygiene products that aren't bleached (which
>>>>>causes the dioxin) and that are all cotton (the rayon will leave fibers
>>>>>and "breeding grounds" in the vagina).  other feminine hygiene products
>>>>>(pads/napkins) contain dioxin as well, but they are not nearly as
>>>>>dangerous since they are not in direct contact with the vagina.  the
>>>>>pads/napkins need to stop being bleached, but obviously tampons are the
>>>>>most dangerous.  so, what can you do if you can't give up using tampons?
>>>>>use tampons that are made from 100% cotton, and that are unbleached.
>>>>>unfortunately, there are very very few companies that make these safe
>>>>>tampons.  they are usually only found in health food stores.  countries
>>>>>all over the world (sweden, germany, british columbia, etc.) have
>>>>>demanded a switch to this safer tampon, while the u.s. has decided to
>>>>>keep us in the dark about it.  in 1989, activists in england mounted a
>>>>>campaign against chlorine bleaching.  six weeks and 50,000 letters later,
>>>>>the makers of sanitary products switched to oxygen bleaching (one of the
>>>>>green methods available) (ms. magazine, may/june 1995).  personally i
>>>>>think its time that the u.s. switches, and we need to make our voices
>>>>>heard.
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>what to do now:
>>>>>    tell people.  everyone.  inform them.  we are being manipulated
>>>>>by this industry and the government, let's do something about it!  tell
>>>>>everyone to write to the companies--tampax (tambrands), playtex, o.b.,
>>>>>kotex.  call the 1-800 numbers on the boxes.  let them know that we
>>>>>demand a safe product--all cotton, unbleached tampons.  the best thing to
>>>>>do right now is to spread the word.  if you're not comfortable giving up
>>>>>tampons (although this is obviously the best way to make our voices
>>>>>heard), try using less by alternating with pads (but remember that you
>>>>>still must change your tampons as much because of tss).
>>>>>    if anyone has anymore questions, please feel free to write and
>>>>>ask.  i have a whole packet of information and am willing to lend it
>>>>>out.  please send this to everyone you know, let's get the ball rolling
>>>>>and take control of what the industry is doing to our bodies.
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>address and phone numbers to write/call:
>>>>>
>>>>>edward fogarty, president                   cal gauss, president
>>>>>tambrands, inc.                             playtex products, inc.
>>>>>777 westchester ave.                        p.o. box 7016
>>>>>white plains, n.y. 10604                    dover, del. 19903
>>>>>                                            (302) 674-6000
>>>>>
>>>>>colleen goggins, president                  johnson & johnson
>>>>>personal products co.                       (parent company of
>>>>>(maker of o.b. tampons)                     personal products co.)
>>>>>van liew ave.                               one j and j plaza
>>>>>milltown, n.j. 08850                        new brunswick, n.j.
>>>>>08933
>>>>>(908) 524-0500                              (908) 524-0400
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>to send for all-cotton, bleach-free tampons write:  natracare
>>>>>                                                    191 university blvd.
>>>>>                                                    suite 294
>>>>>                                                    denver, colo.  80206
>>>>>    (these addresses have been taken from
>>>>>    ms. magazine, may/june 1995)                    or call bio
>>>>>                                                    business
>>>>>                                                    international at
>>>>>                                                    (800) 755-0212
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>    thank you for your time,
>>>>>            kelly fuller    (fullerk@stolaf.edu)
>>>>>            1500 st. olaf ave.
>>>>>            northfield, mn 55057-1001
>>>>>
>>>>>p.s.  for those of you that are interested (and live near me), a bunch of
>>>>>people in the class decided to order a big shipment of the 100% cotten,
>>>>>unbleached tampons-- we got them wholesale ($3 for a box of 20, much
>>>>>better than the $6-7 you'd pay in a store) so if anyone is interested in
>>>>>buying a box or two, contact me asap.

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happy valentine's day to our web readers.

there is a special valentine's card waiting for you at
http://www.buffalopride.com/valentine/index.html

thank you for all your support through the months!!! may your day be special
and memorable...
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subject:      just my ig day, not real important...

hi ya'll
i was just bored and i was in that posting mood.. so today my "wonderful" day
at school included three ig moments. first as i was returning from lunch
closer to fine came on the radio. then i go into my 5th period class, which
is yearbook and newspaper,  i looked at the screensavers, which i am always
changing, had all indigo girls qoutes on them.  my teacher did it, and it
was real cool.  lastly my pre cal teacher kept talking about raising things
to the power of two.... oh yeah and my friends mom who is a professor at au
is looking into gettting me tix...i am ready !!!  sorry to waste bandwidth
but ya know how it is when ig invades your day and you feel the need to tell
a bunch of people who will remotely care....

peace and hapy valentines day (for those who celebrate it )

sasha

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subject:      la salle show
x-to:         abstein@force.stwing.upenn.edu, ablipman@sas.upenn.edu

i called for info and they said the show was for students at la salle only.
personally i think this really sucks!  here's my chance to beg; anyone on
this list that goes to la salle could you please, please get us tickets!!

west of bishes
shana (jak)

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hi amy c sanders!

        we all_love you_here in loop #14.  thanks gazillions for getting the
loop show on the road ;)  you're a genius!!!!!!

tony and the loopettes~


        if love was a train i'd throw my body right down on the tracks....
         - michelle shocked

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from:         lgb <lgb@swansea.ac.uk>
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subject:      re: uk loop

hey guys

sorry to put this out on the list, but can everyone in the uk loop
get in contact with me. i haven't heard from julian,seffy or helene
yet and i need to get in contact with you before the mailing can
begin.

to everyone on the list
when you have recieved the address of the person you are sending
to and sent you own address to the person you are recieving from
, can you mail me. there seems to be a
problem with the
university system so if you can't reach me at ps9c6okr@swansea.ac.uk
then mail me at this address i am sending from now, but if you do
mail me here, in the
subject section of your message can you put "for kate only". this is
a site i share with 4 other people and i don't want them to get
confused and delete the messages.

i will then mail you back and give you the go ahead to send your
tapes. (hopefully this will be monday, but not if i haven't heard
from everyone.)

hope you aren't as confused as i am getting....late night on the town
and an overload in student union politics isn't helping my situation
much either.

take care and mail me as a matter of urgency,

kate (your friendly loop leader, who is going home to die in bed
someplace)
p.s. happy valentines day

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hey, y'all.  i'm looking for info on the university park, pa concert -- is
this the same as state college, pa?  where is the venue?  how do i get
tickets?

as you can see, i know nothing about this concert except that it's happening.
anything anyone can tell me would be helpful.  i'd be driving up from the
washington, dc area, so any intersted carpoolers would be welcome to write,
too!

thanks in advance.

deanna light
77light@cua.edu

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hi...

anyone have the inside scoop on if this record is really going to be
released in march?  or, is it available yet by any means?  and, as
an afterthought, anybody have a clue why bds is now "defunct?"  sorry
if this has been a previous thread, i just recently got back on the list
after a hiatus....

happy valentine's day!
amyk

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sorry guys but still trying to get this tape looop off the ground
so please e-mail me privately with an address s.steffen..we're all waitin
for you......

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subject:      nigc : amsterdam trip

hey y'all,

i'm going to amsterdam tonight, so i won't be back until tuesday. if
anybody sends any e-mails my way, don't expect any replies for a
while. i'll write to the list when i get back.

thanks for a great time so far,

john
"as those words were spoken i swear,
i heard the old man laughing,
"what good is a used up world
and how could it be worth having?"

sting, all this time

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subject:      re: la salle show

in a message dated 97-02-14 08:15:36 est, shana writes:

<<  called for info and they said the show was for students at la salle only.
  personally i think this really sucks!  >>

i know this seems really sucky but i think it's kind of cool that they are
doing this because it gives students a chance to hear ig in a small
casual venue without all of the hubub that surrounds a national act.
i kind of see it as ig's "gift" to the students.
i remember when we had a couple of national acts at evergreen
98 % of the crowd was from out of town and it was kind of a dissapointing
expereince. it just lost that 'intimate' feeling that usually happens at
college
shows.
and i'm sure on some level ig longs for a taste of the old days.
they will see enough crazyness when they start the 'full scale tour'
and i have a feeling they will be a very big draw ;)
ciao for now !
binky
"bop bamaloo bop a lop bam boom."
(little richard)

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#----------------------------------please note---------------------------------#
#this file is the author's own work and represents their interpretation of the #
#song. you may only use this file for private study, scholarship, or research. #
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------#


i don't wanna know (amy ray & michelle malone)
----------------------------------------------
[no capo; g=320033, em7=022033.]
[the c chords in parentheses are only one quarter note long, and they're
probably actually c(9) (x32030).  all other chords are half a measure.]
[the d's have some d(9)'s (xx0230) mixed up with them, except in the part
that goes "i was losing all my senses..."]

g  em7  g  em7   g  em7  g  em7    g  em7  g  em7
[intro]

          g                em7          g                 em7
well you followed me this far, did you find out what's inside
        g                em7           g                  em7
can you tell me what i'm doing, is it something i should hide
          d          d
i don't know for sure
d                    d               g        em7  g  em7
  i don't wanna find out what i left there for

        d                  d
i'm not scared and i'm not lonely
d             d    (c)      g    g
saving all my money or my breath
        d               d
i'm not looking for an answer
   d         d     (c)      g    g
or asking anyone to second guess

well you told me all your secrets, and i filled you up with lies
now i'm living honestly, because i said goodbye
i can't go home anymore
i don't wanna find out what i left there for

i'm not scared and i'm not lonely
i'm not saving all my money or my breath
i'm not looking for an answer
i'm not asking anyone to second guess

      c              c            d               d
i was losing all my senses, i was losing all control
       c             c               d                d [stop]
it was getting so offensive, now you want me back for more
[stop]
and i just won't go

g  g  g  g    g  g  g  g    d  d  d  d
[instrumental solo; the g's are alternating between g and gsus4 -
a quarter note for each one - at least on the mandolin.]
g  em7  g  em7    g  em7  g  em7
[instrumental solo]
c  c  d  d    c  c  d [stop]    g  em7  g  em7
[instrumental solo]

if you think you know the answer, you've got a lot of gall
'cause it gives you satisfaction, knowing nothing at all
i don't care anymore
i don't wanna find out what i left there for, what i left there for

i'm not scared and i'm not lonely
saving all my money or my breath
i'm not looking for an answer
i'm not asking anyone to second guess

i'm not scared and i'm not lonely
saving all my money or my breath
i'm not looking for an answer
   d         d            (c)      g      em7
or asking anyone to take a second guess, no, take a second guess
g      em7               g    em7
(guess)   take a second guess    take a second guess  [repeat and end on g.]

- adam schneider, schneider@pobox.com

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from:         margaret clayton <maclayto@mtholyoke.edu>
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> <<  called for info and they said the show was for students at la salle only.
>   personally i think this really sucks!  >>

with all due respect to the person who originally posted this, i don't
believe it.  i honestly don't think that ig will play shows that are
closed.  in part, my reason is that i am _sure_ that mount holyoke would
have made their ig concert closed if possible--all of our 1800 students
want to go, but our largest auditorium can only hold 1600.  so that's why
we have the screwy one ticket policy--so lots of mhc students can go.  i
think, in fact, that mhc tried to have a closed concert and ig said no.
perhaps the person at lasalle is (1) uninformed, (2) an asshole, or (3)
trying to deter people from coming (possibly redundant with (2)).

margaret

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hi y'all--i am usually not one to post personal stories.  in fact, i am
usually bitching about them while in cranky moods :).  but this morning's
events (yes 1 pm is morning for me) were too classic to keep to myself.  i
woke up and checked email and heard music in the distance.  it was coming
from my window.  i live in a five story apt building and when the windows
are open you can hear anything that is going on in the apts across the
alley--i mean anything--last night i heard way too much from apt 554!  so
three hits is like blaring out of someone's apt.  excited to have another
ig fan in the building i break out rop and cue it up to the exact point of
the music in the alley.  when exactly in sinc i blast it.  i wait a few
songs as the two apts are now both playing the exact same songs at the
exact same time.  i am humored at this point--in fact i am smiling quite
brightly.  haven't smiled that brightly since emily said fuck at newport.
galileo, ghost, joking, jonas and ezekiel....in the middle of "steady now
don't come out" the other apt apparently had shopping to do and turns off
the music.  i can hear them being puzzled by the fact that they can still
hear the song they just turned off.  in fact, the person screams holy shit
and now appears to be really freaked and literally drops a dish.
shattering echoes through the alley drowning out "activist with a very
short life" (who does that refer to anyway--i'll check the faq).  person
then yells "who is playing that" out her window.  i yell "me-nice to meet
you".  i invite her over and we start chatting ig.  she is a huge fan!
turns out she is single (so am i-surprise surprise).  hell it's valentine's
day and we decide to enjoy it together.  dinner ensues.  i think i'm in
love and i have ig to thank *heavenly sigh*.

i'll let y'all pick out the true parts of this story :)

happy valentine's day to all you single folk--all you taken folk can go away. ;)

greg


!@#$%^&*!@#$%^&*!@#$%^&*!@#$%^&*!@#$%^&
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date:         fri, 14 feb 1997 15:58:32 -0600
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subject:      this loop thing

okay, call me a geek, but i'm new to this list and what the heck is a
loop?  help me out here!

    leah, patiently waiting in chicago for ig to come play!

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joanne...
your message was forwarded to me via a friend of mine who subscribes to
the list. i hope that you see this, as i do not have your private email
address. re: your friend's rape. i was also raped by another woman and
would be willing to share with you ro her both my experience and the
resources that i eventually found that helped save me from going off of
the deep end all together. my email is kramble@u.washington.edu
please contact me here if you would like to talk, or your friend would. in
the mean time, take care of her. i know exactly how she feels right now.
peace, kindra

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subject:      new album

hello all,
          i'm sure this has been discussed but can someone tell me when the new
w album is due out and what the title might be?  thanks very much.  tim

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from:         "susan b. marine" <susan.b.marine@dartmouth.edu>
subject:      chords please, i'll send you cheese

helloooooooo chunky monkeys!

i was wonderin' if one of y'all could send me the chords and tablature for
"crazy game", or point me to that website where you find them.

thanky muchly

happy hearts day, whatever your object of affection is....
xo, susanna banana

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because i love you all so much (even if you hate valentines day like some
of my friends...just know you are all loved....

:) marianne

~()~()~()~()~()~()~()~()~()~()~()~()~()~()~()~()~()~()~()~()~()~()~()~()~

        ****            big moon, bright moon
      *      *          shining so very high up in the starry sky
     *   ' '  *         big moon, bright moon
     *    u   *         can you see people as tiny as i?
      *      *
        ****      ~o~           --traditional lullabye         __________
                 -=|=-                                        /
   ____           /_\            ____________________________/
__/    \__        ((       _____/
          \_______________/


          love love l                ove love lo
      ve love love love           love love love lov
   e love love love love l      ove love love love love
   love love love love love     love love love love love
  love love love love love l  ove love love love love lov
e love love love love love love love love love love love
  love love love love love love love love love love love
  love love love love love love love love love love love
   love love love love love love love love love love lov
    e love love love love love love love love love lov
      e love love love love love love love love love
         love love love love love love love love l
          ove love love love love love love love
             love love love love love love lov
              e love love love love love lov
                e love love love love love
                   love love love love lo
                    ve love love love lo
                      ve love love love
                       love love love
                         love love
                          love lo
                            ve


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hah! y'all suck!  (excuse the vernacular)...i will be taking the c-best on
amy's most holiest of birthdays... for those of you
non-california-resident-teacher-types, that's the california basic
educational skills test that teachers have to take to get a credential in
the state of california.  woo hoo.  bust out the party hats....

:p marianne

on tue, 11 feb 1997, jonny wu wrote:

> leah wrote:
>
> <<i was just pondering why april 12 sounded so familiar (i just read
> that
> it was amy's b-day), i'm seeing ani difranco play in milwaukee that
> day!  what a great way to celebrate amy's birthday!  any one else
> going?
>     leah>>
>
>         on april 12 (a national holiday) i will be seeing dar williams in new
> paltz, ny.  another great way to celebrate amy's birthday.   anyone else
> joining in the festivities?  it's going to be a blast!!!!
>
>
>                                 jonny
> --
>                             <><><><><><><><><><><><>
>                                    jonny wu
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subject:      concert dates for all the wisconsinites... (nigc)

after some extensive web seraching, i found some great concerts in the
madison area coming up...

on saturday, march 22nd, cheryl wheeler will be playing at the art house
cafe in madison @ 9:00.

on saturday, april 12 (either the same day or the same weekend of ani's
show in milwaukee), shawn colvin will be playing at the barrymore.

hope to see some of you there!

avital

avital@lucy.cs.wisc.edu

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hey gang, and specific individuals like maren, jorge and sundara...
here are a few of my recipes ala black beans...enjoy.


black bean burritos
1 zucchini
2 carrots
1 green pepper

dice these all up and toss in large skillet with some olive oil.

add a couple of garlic cloves and saute 5-10 minutes
add 1 teaspoon oregano, 1 teaspoon cumin, 2 teaspoons chili powder
let it cook until tender (but not too tender!)

2 16 ounce cans black beans* (now, i usually have one regular can and the
other black beans also but refried black beans, following?)
add these, stir up a bit and to them add 1/2 - 2/3 cup of salsa - this
depends entirely on your personal taste for heat!!

preheat the oven at this point to 425

grate roughly 2 cups of your favorite cheese (cheddar, monterey etc)

lay out a package of 10 - 12 burrito flats (a.k.a. tortilla flats)
on the counter and dispense the bean mixture evenly onto them. it should
be about an inch from the side of the tortilla.
take the vedgie mixture and spoon a pile near the center in a long line,
again not too close to the edge. sprinkle cheese.
now, this is the tricky part. we need to roll and bake them next, so you
should have 2 9x12 baking pans handy, here's what you do:

start to roll the tortilla and contents but after the first revolution
"flip" in one side, then continue to roll completely up!! what?/????

it should look like um...an empty toilet roll tube but with one end
closed!!! then, you take these little rolled up goodies, place them in
your baking pans and bake them for 12-15 minutes...no longer.
they are really good with a dollop of plain yogurt on top. mmmmm, enjoy.
next recipe:

black bean soup
10 sun-dried tomatoes (not packed in oil)
1 cup boiling water
////////////////////
1 1/2 cups finely chopped onions
3 garlic cloves, minced
1/4 teaspoon cayenne
1 teaspoon cumin
2 tablespoons olive oil
1/3 cup water
3 cups of undrained tomatoes canned (28 ounce can is good)
4 cups undrained cooked black beans (two 16 ounce cans)
1/4 cup chopped fresh cilantro
additional water or tomato juice
////////////////////
yogurt or sour cream

got all that? good, lets begin, shall we?
in a small bowl, cover the sun=dried tomatoes with boiling water and set
aside.

in a soup pot, saute the onion, garlic, and cayenne in oil for about 5
minutes, stirring frequently, until the onions are translucent. add the
cumin, 1/3 cup of water and the juice from the tomatoes. break up the
tomatoes by squeezing them in the soup pot, or chop them coarsely right in
the can (hmmm, imagine how painful that might be, nope, better squeeze
them) and add them to the pot. cover and bring to a boil. lower heat,
simmer covered for 5 minutes. add the black beans and their liquid, and
continue to simmer, stirring occasionally to prevent sticking. drain and
chop the softened sun-dried tomatoes. add them to the soup and cook for
5-10 minutes longer, until onions are tender. stir in cilantro and remove
soup from heat. puree half of soup ( i usually go at it with the braun
hand blender) in a food processor or a blender then return to pot. if soup
is too thick, add some water or remaining tomato juice. then, reheat
gently and serve with a dollop of yogurt or sour cream. mmmmmmmm, enjoy

black bean quesadillas

1 1/2 cups of drained black beans
2 green onions, chopped
1 chopped tomato
salsa (you pick the temp.)
6 ten inch flour tortillas
any kind of cheese, shredded
one frying pan (preferably non-stick)

spread the beans onto the tortillas evenly, add onions, salsa, tomato and
cheese. place one at a time into frying pan at medium heat, cook for about
5 minutes, or until golden brown on under side or until the cheese melts,
whichever comes first!! then, fold in half, press down so the ingredients
meld together then remove from pan and cut into quarter slices (or thirds
if you're hungrier). again, don't forget to dollop with yogurt or sour
cream. mmmmmmmmm, delicious, and quick too.

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i posted this yesterday, but i never got it back, so i'm trying again.  i
apologize if anyone gets it twice.

>i just called la salle, & a nice man told me that he's told ig will be
>coming, >but nothing is confimed yet, so he couldn't give me any more
>information about >it.  the main number is 215-951-1000, & the number they
>connected me to is >215-951-1371 if anyone else wants to try.  i figure
>that i'll try back in a >few days too.  oh, & la salle is in nw
>philadelphia if anyone's wondering.  >i'm so excited for all these
>concerts! :)

>andi


  -_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-
                                andrea lipman
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                   "and do you understand that loves sees
          through many colours and do you understand that love is
      limitless and i can love...anybody because i can."-laura ricker
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date:         fri, 14 feb 1997 16:16:01 -0800
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hey kind friends~
        i don't know much about iris dement.  i just saw her on austin city
limits about a month ago and heard her once on public radio.  but she is
real inspiring... kind of folk, bluegrass, rock genre.  the song i heard on
the radio was called wasteland of the free and is a pretty cool rocker :)
        anyone got any good background on iris?? i'd love to hear :)
she plays at rockefeller's on wednesday, february 26th starting at $15 a ticket
        i'm planning on going.  if any listers from houston want to meet
there, email me privately please...
        how 'bout you clarinda c. are you signed onto the mailing list
yet???? ;)
here's what the rockefeller's ad says about iris:
        honest and unflinching..... thoughtful songs, singing from a place
somewhere between an anthem of self-assertion and the silence between
apostate breath
oooooooohhhhh ;)

tony

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hey everybody!  (and a special smooch for richelle, my gf in utah!)

does anybody know anything about the concert in michigan?  me thinks it's
in grand rapids, but like all the rest of we silly creatures on the list
i deleted the tour info.  anyone know where they're playing, when, and
most important, *how to get tickets**!  who do i have to kill?  (a joke,
no pacifist flames, please . . .)

thanks everyone,
chris ii, who's been timid since that whole holocaust affair

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subject:      sigc: ig stuff and ani on my desk

okay, my contribution of the day, i was absolutely thrilled when i
found out about the iowa and michigan shows, until i found out i was
going to be out of town!!!! i personally would much rather see ig than
go to florida anyway (no offense to all the floridians).
    so i'm sitting in science today and i suddenly notice the lyrics to
untouchable face (a great ani song) written on my desk!  that was one
of the highlights of my day!

        leah

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gack!!!

i just realized that yesterday i sent two emails from the generic work
address instead of my own. i am not kinko's i just work for kinko's my
address is larissab@earthlink.net

so please don't send any more neet and lovely emails to the kinko
address.


but do send them to my address

cause i do love them so,


sf bay list party anyone?

love


less lost larissa

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hi all.  i picked up a couple a things at the music store that i already
have, so i thought i'd offer them up on the list:

days of wine and roses.....$25

breaking curfew............$15

if anyone is interested in this or would like more details on set lists
or whatever, let me know....

happy valentines day!
gregg (president of the nw chapter of the lonely hearts club)

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what in the world is the loop thing?


out of the loop am, i

love


lariss

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hey kind friends~

        thanks to sue h. i just got a new boot today with yet *another*
c-man soc by amy.  i have just attempted to deciphre it and i would
appreciate any corrections or comments :)

        amy's chickenman soc from charleston, sc 2-7-95 boot-

        i ask my love, "will we breath eternally?"
        i ask my love, "what will we breath eternally?"

        i said, "well you know these hands -- lying, unforgiven, benobled
        and divided by a desperate horn

        and you know these eyes, they were on fire and impure.....
        broken down and reassigned

        and do you know this chest? - sunken and depleted
        reaching to be filled *with need*(?)

        and did you know these arms?
        stretching up to the trees past the moon...

        and did you know this soul, reaching beyond the explained.....
        waiting for some further fascination?"

        i said love, "would you know_me_??
        would you know my mouth, if it wasn't on you?
        would you know my feet lying dead in the middle of a wood?
        growing up like trillium(?) on the forest floor,
        mushrooms flyin' all around ...."

        i said, "love will breath eternally.
        i cannot leave that part of me....
        love will breath eternally..."

        and love, "you know my body stretched out like so many skins....
        alone it conquers our way.....
        love, love, love ......"

        i was on the road to austin,
        i met a man on the highway
        he sold me junk and conversation
        he was wise and *beautiful* from the weather......

warm fuzzies~
from the c-man

i       tony "the chickenman" @:-} -- houston, tx               g
n                                                               i
d       hey kind friend...i'll meet you in (galveston)          r
i       or i'll see you around. i don't know if these highs     l
g       will be coming down. it's ok friend, i'm ok friend      s
o

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subject:      (nigc) patti smith ontv

yo dudes !

according to the music on tee vee web nest patti smith
will be making a rare television appearance tonight
friday the 14th on the david letterman show.

check it out an see where amy gets some of her inspiration !
(maybe she will sing a gushy love song <g>)
ta !
binkles
"shut up !"
(little richard)

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subject:      more black beans (nigc)

hey y'all,

so i'm at home this evening, protesting two things.  a) the
commercialization of love and b) the fact that the ig have not yet
scheduled a show for anywhere on the west coast, espcially wa.  (color me
bitter)

so, to protest b, this post contains nigc, but is simply a little message
for all you black bean lovers, email me and i'll send you my black bean
tamale pie recipe (and i will make sure i don't accidently double the
amount of cayenne like i did for the pnw party--whoops, a little spicy :)


(subliminal message:  go rent fly away home, one of the best movies ever,
which was released on video this week, suuuuch a good movie)

love,
sundara<-- whose grandmother, for the first time in 23 years, didn't send
her a valentines day card....sigh...


"the first problem for us all, men and women, is not to learn, but to
unlearn."
        -gloria steinem

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subject:      newport ff y bumbershoot 96

i was wondering if anyone had a good quality boot of newport 96 to
trade (although i'm sure you already have the tapes i have)or if i
could send a blank.  i was also wondering if anyone had the bumbershoot
96 boot.  i already have a tape of newport, but it was my first (and so
far only) ig show i've been to, and i revere it.
    peace y'all,
        leah

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subject:      feb 14th bitterness and cute fuzzy bear cubs (nigc)

ahhh, valentines day, a time when all those who are in love can...
go to hell.  gee, that sounded quite bitter.  i'm sorry. i'm just really
jealous of those in different time zones for whom it is now feb 15th.
i think we should make a day for people w/o significant others,
i don't know what it would be called (anyone have any suggestions) but, you
could celebrate it by sticking your freedom up the noses of everyone
who has a ball and chain.  like by going to a party and dancing or flirting
with a million different people because your single. yeah this is my plan.
anyone else feel like celebrating this holiday with me?
actually, i'm just joking.  i don't normally feel like i need someone in
my life to feel complete of whatever, but i spent the day working an 11 hour
shift across from this somewhat fancy, romantic restaurant and
seeing all the happy couples just made me feel slightly ill.
ok, i'm feeling the need to justify this with some igc.  so here goes.
i just saw the galileo video a little while ago with a friend of mine and ever
since then we've had the "i was a cute, fuzzy bear cub" argument that a&e have.
  it's almost gone to blows a couple of times.  anyone have any suggestions on
how to solve this argument?
ciao,
patricia


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hey everyone,

i have a question - what does patti smith have to do with amy?

stacey (who is confused and apparently in the dark)


at 10:32 pm 2/14/97 -0500, you wrote:
>yo dudes !
>
>according to the music on tee vee web nest patti smith
>will be making a rare television appearance tonight
>friday the 14th on the david letterman show.
>
>check it out an see where amy gets some of her inspiration !
>(maybe she will sing a gushy love song <g>)
>ta !
>binkles
>"shut up !"
>(little richard)
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to all of you who have been asking about the when/where/how of the indigo
girls appearance at penn state...

i called several places on campus today...unfortunately to no avail.
everyone i talked to from the advertising center for the big, giant arena to
the university concert committee seemed to have no idea what i was talking
about...or for that matter *who* i was talking about (shame on them!)
anyway, i will keep pestering them...trust me i'm as anxious as you all are
to find out what's happening.

instead of wasting mailbox space for those who have no intention of
traveling to psu, anyone who wants information can just email me privately
with your email address and i'll let you know what i find out.

tamara--the girl with a cat named emily (*sigh* she's my idol)
tmg123@psu.edu

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on fri, 14 feb 1997, patricia wrote:

> i just saw the galileo video a little while ago with a friend of mine and ever
> since then we've had the "i was a cute, fuzzy bear cub" argument that a&e have.
>   it's almost gone to blows a couple of times.  anyone have any suggestions on
> how to solve this argument?

        maybe you were litter mates?

                                                tuesday's child


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