lifeblood: listlogs: 1997-02d


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date:         fri, 21 feb 1997 21:09:11 -0800
reply-to:     "emily d. mark" <emark@scf-fs.usc.edu>
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from:         "emily d. mark" <emark@scf-fs.usc.edu>
subject:      rainy day shines through
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i just got my two new cds in the mail- levees that break in my heart and
the ep in the more!!! they are wonderful quality, and the pictures are
just great.. amy and emily look so cute on the back of levees!! i feel
like such a fan tonight...

singing new lyrics and dancing in the stars tonight...

emily
what a great name to be blessed with

p.s. twins run in my family.. my first two girls will be closer to fine..

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date:         sat, 22 feb 1997 01:15:15 -0500
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from:         "andrew s. lane" <furhead3@aol.com>
subject:      re: just wondering...
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does anyone know ( from interviews or otherwise)  how emily goes about her
songwriting process? does she work music first, lyrics first, together?  i
would appreciate some insight into this.  thanks all

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date:         sat, 22 feb 1997 02:43:48 -0500
reply-to:     abstein@force.stwing.upenn.edu
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from:         audrey beth stein <abstein@force.stwing.upenn.edu>
subject:      "ghost" dance interpretation
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tonight i went to a performance by a dance group at penn, and one of the
songs they danced to was "ghost."  a friend explained to me a little bit
about dance and choreography during the intermission, but i'm not an
expert on either dance or that song, and i'm still trying to make sense of
it.  specifically the fact that many of the dancers were *smiling* as
though smiling was appropriate for the song.  i got the feeling that they
were totally completely ignorant of the lyrics.....but i could be wrong.
i'm hoping one or a few of you who know something about dance, "ghost,"
or both might be able to explain to me why this interpretation is valid,
or why smiling during a not-happy song would be something to strive for.
or maybe just explain modern dance to me in general a little more.

email please, unless you think lots of people will want to read your
response.  if i'll get enlightened i'll post again to share my new
understandings with all of you.

thanks,
audrey

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date:         sat, 22 feb 1997 11:07:20 est
reply-to:     "christopher m. becker" <cmbecker@space.mit.edu>
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from:         "christopher m. becker" <cmbecker@space.mit.edu>
subject:      nigc: another atlanta bombing

hey folks,

  this morning npr reported another bombing in atlanta.  according to
the report, a bomb was placed in/at/near an atlanta nightclub which is
popular among gay and lesbian community.  after the experience with
the delayed second bomb at the abortion clinic a few weeks ago, they
cleared the area before investgiating as a precaution.  it was a good
thing -- a second bomb did go off.  they seemed to be a home grown
sort of thing -- nails and wood as schrapnel.

  that's all i know.  no reports of casualties, no futher information.
i'm just concerned about list folks given (1) the number of atlanta
folks and (2) the relatively large homosexual population we have here.

  sending out good wishes to those folks and communities involved --
and i hope they find the bastard(s) responsible.  as gwen said,
"sometimes humans can suck."

                                -- chris

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date:         sat, 22 feb 1997 12:04:12 -0400
reply-to:     michael reynolds <io20742@maine.maine.edu>
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from:         michael reynolds <io20742@maine.maine.edu>
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5 hurt in atlanta club blast

                         saturday, february 22, 1997; 9:02 a.m. est

                         atlanta (ap) -- a bomb blew up at a crowded lesbian
                         nightclub, blasting nails through the room and
injuring at least five
                         people. it was the fourth bomb explosion in
atlanta in the past
                         seven months.

                         authorities confirmed today that they may be
looking for a serial
                         bomber.

                         a second bomb was found in a backpack outside the
otherside
                         lounge after the explosion friday night. unlike a
recent abortion
                         clinic double bombing, the second bomb didn't go
off this time.

                         ''this is eerily reminiscent of last summer and
last month,'' mayor
                         bill campbell said this morning, referring to the
abortion clinic
                         attack and the downtown park bombing during the
summer
                         olympics.

                         campbell said it was unknown if the latest blast
was related to
                         the earlier bombings, but there were similarities
like the use of
                         backpacks and using common nails as shrapnel.

                         ''we will be searching out the possibility that we
have a serial
                         bomber,'' said woody johnson of the fbi.

                         the investigation was turned over to the bureau of
alcohol,
                         tobacco and firearms and fbi.

                         ''we truly believe we are dealing with a deranged
killer, but one
                         who is very clever as well,'' campbell said.

                         memrie wells-griswell of snellville, who had
surgery this
                         morning, was the most seriously wounded but her
injuries were
                         not life-threatening, campbell said. she remained
hospitalized at
                         grady memorial hospital.

                         ''the injuries to the other four were fairly
minor. they were
                         treated and released,'' campbell said. hospital
officials said the
                         injuries ranged from shrapnel wounds to pain in
the ears.

                         ''several customers thought a lady had been
shot,'' said
                         bartender rhonda armstrong, who was mixing drinks
when she
                         saw a flash and heard a loud explosion. ''she
rolled her sleeve
                         up and had a spike nail through her arm.''

                         the explosion occurred about 10 p.m. in a rear
patio area of the
                         lounge just north of downtown. about 150 people
were in the
                         club.

                         ''it was just a loud boom,'' said steve raimer,
who works at the
                         hot spot nightclub across the street. ''it shook
the doors.''

                         the blast came five weeks after two explosions
rocked a
                         suburban atlanta abortion clinic and seven months
after the
                         bombing of centennial olympic park, which killed
one person
                         and injured about 100.

                         both cases remain unsolved.

                         friday's attack appeared similar in plan to the
twin explosions at
                         the abortion clinic, where one bomb hit the clinic
and another
                         blew up outside as rescuers rushed to the scene.
security experts
                         say twin bombs have become a familiar terrorism
tactic.

                         ambulance attendant steve yancey said one victim
was a
                     28-year-old woman who had a nail in her right arm, 3
to 4 inches
                         long, and had lost ''a significant amount of blood.''

                                   copyright 1997 the associated press


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date:         sat, 22 feb 1997 10:46:06 cst
reply-to:     russ rutter <russ@dexmn.com>
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from:         russ rutter <russ@dexmn.com>
subject:      patti smith on letterman

the referene to honor the earth was not a coincidence.  she donated a psa
to the cause
peace, russ

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date:         sat, 22 feb 1997 12:32:20 est
reply-to:     "christopher m. becker" <cmbecker@space.mit.edu>
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from:         "christopher m. becker" <cmbecker@space.mit.edu>
subject:      re: nigc: another atlanta bombing
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> cleared the area before investgiating as a precaution.  it was a good
> thing -- a second bomb did go off.  they seemed to be a home grown


i stand corrected.  there was a second bomb, but it did not detonate.

couldn't be happier to be wrong.  matter of fact i'd like to be more
wrong....

                                -- chris

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date:         sat, 22 feb 1997 12:56:15 -0500
reply-to:     imgalileo@aol.com
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from:         imgalileo@aol.com
subject:      davenport

i got tickets !!!!!  main floor !!!!

yes !

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date:         sat, 22 feb 1997 13:48:00 -0500
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from:         jennifer palumbo <bellepal@aol.com>
subject:      meyers briggs test (nigc)

for anyone who might be interested, here is the url of an online test that
scores it for you and everything!  have fun!

http://sunsite.unc.edu/jembin/mb.pl

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date:         sat, 22 feb 1997 13:40:54 -0500
reply-to:     valerie hogel <daisys@webtv.net>
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from:         valerie hogel <daisys@webtv.net>
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just thought i'd write a little note and say how enthused i am about
your music.  you're a couple of the few artists left that let things
come from the heart and soul and i'll always love that about you and
treasure your music because of it....hope to see you in a club soon!

_valerie hogel

daisyswebtv.net.........daisys@webtv.net.......daisys@webtv.net......daisys@webtv.net.........daisys@webtv.net.............

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date:         sat, 22 feb 1997 14:17:51 -0600
reply-to:     "lisa a. cholak" <lacholak@artsci.wustl.edu>
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from:         "lisa a. cholak" <lacholak@artsci.wustl.edu>
subject:      davenport
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please, please tell me that tickets for this show have not yet gone on
sale!

if anyone has info (sorry if i missed it posted) on tickets, size of
venue, ga or seating, how tickets are being sold (through ticketmaster?)
and when, etc., etc., etc....please let me know asap ! :) !
(lacholak@artsci.wustl.edu)

thanks so much!!!!!!  (and leah...it's a possibility that lyndsey will fly
down here and we could all drive up...so keep your eyes peeled for info,
'kay?)

thanks in advance!
sing, sing, sing,
lisa alice

lacholak@artsci.wustl.edu

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date:         sat, 22 feb 1997 12:18:38 -0800
reply-to:     "emily d. mark" <emark@scf-fs.usc.edu>
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from:         "emily d. mark" <emark@scf-fs.usc.edu>
subject:      rainy day shines through- info
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so many people wrote me after i posted about receiving my new cds, i
thought i would repost the info about what they are and how to get them
(sorry if this seems like deja vu amy.) here we go...

---------- forwarded message ----------
date: wed, 5 feb 1997 09:46:24 -0800
from: "amy j. putnam" <pegasus@crl.com>
to: indigo-girls@netspace.org
subject: ep and more: early recordings vol. 1

yes! it's a post with ig content!

perry at rainy day records called me last night and wanted me to pass
along some info....

vol 1 of the early recordings series, the ep and more, is currently
being pressed onto standard cds (not the cd-r format).  for those
unfamiliar with this recording, it is a specially put together (ie
not on epic) collection of early indigo girls recordings.  all 6
tracks from the ep are on it, a number of tracks from amy ray's
color me grey colleciton, and some other tracks from unknown
sources.  quality of all tracks is very very good.  i dont have my
cd-r copy with me, so i dont have the track list or time (but it
is more than an hour long).  the cover is still in black and
white but will be a bit different from the cd-r version.

the price of this edition is $19.95 plus shipping and orders are being
taken now.  the actual cd's wil be in hand in 7-10 days and the
first ones shipped will be the pre-orders.  if you have a cd-r
version and want to swap for this one, just call the store.
amy and emily *are* aware of these recordings but are not directly
involved.

rainy day records can be reached at 1-800-636-6166 or at
rainy@rainy.com.  vol 2, levees that break in my heart, is also
still available.  ask about other ig recordings when you call.
all questions can be directed to perry and the gang at the store.

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

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date:         sat, 22 feb 1997 14:34:56 -0500
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from:         maria e camacho <babyboon@aol.com>
subject:      re: nigc: another atlanta bombing

here's the news i received from ap, it contains more details on the bombing:

.c the associated press

      by tom saladino
      atlanta (ap) - a bomb blew up at a crowded lesbian nightclub,
blasting nails through the room and injuring at least five people.
it was the fourth bomb explosion in atlanta in the past seven
months.
      authorities confirmed today that they may be looking for a
serial bomber.
      a second bomb was found in a backpack outside the otherside
lounge after the explosion friday night. unlike a recent abortion
clinic double bombing, the second bomb didn't go off this time.
      ''this is eerily reminiscent of last summer and last month,''
mayor bill campbell said this morning, referring to the abortion
clinic attack and the downtown park bombing during the summer
olympics.
      campbell said it was unknown if the latest blast was related to
the earlier bombings, but there were similarities like the use of
backpacks and using common nails as shrapnel.
      ''we will be searching out the possibility that we have a serial
bomber,'' said woody johnson of the fbi.
      the investigation was turned over to the bureau of alcohol,
tobacco and firearms and fbi.
      ''we truly believe we are dealing with a deranged killer, but
one who is very clever as well,'' campbell said.
      memrie wells-griswell of snellville, who had surgery this
morning, was the most seriously wounded but her injuries were not
life-threatening, campbell said. she remained hospitalized at grady
memorial hospital.
      ''the injuries to the other four were fairly minor. they were
treated and released,'' campbell said. hospital officials said the
injuries ranged from shrapnel wounds to pain in the ears.
      ''several customers thought a lady had been shot,'' said
bartender rhonda armstrong, who was mixing drinks when she saw a
flash and heard a loud explosion. ''she rolled her sleeve up and
had a spike nail through her arm.''
      the explosion occurred about 10 p.m. in a rear patio area of the
lounge just north of downtown. about 150 people were in the club.
      ''it was just a loud boom,'' said steve raimer, who works at the
hot spot nightclub across the street. ''it shook the doors.''
      the blast came five weeks after two explosions rocked a suburban
atlanta abortion clinic and seven months after the bombing of
centennial olympic park, which killed one person and injured about
100.
      both cases remain unsolved.
      friday's attack appeared similar in plan to the twin explosions
at the abortion clinic, where one bomb hit the clinic and another
blew up outside as rescuers rushed to the scene. security experts
say twin bombs have become a familiar terrorism tactic.
      ambulance attendant steve yancey said one victim was a
28-year-old woman who had a nail in her right arm, 3 to 4 inches
long, and had lost ''a significant amount of blood.''
      ap-ny-02-22-97 0902est

it pains me to see the inhumanity with which some people choose to evoke on
others.

maria

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date:         sat, 22 feb 1997 16:51:54 -0500
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from:         janinsdale@aol.com
subject:      did the chickenman win the lottery?

hey guys!

i was in southern california yesterday with some co-workers (we were forced
to attend this party on a yacht...i love my job  :-)  )and i saw the coolest
thing.

we were driving from la to newport beach on the 405 freeway at 5pm (all of
you southern californians can appreciate what that is like!) and this
beautiful brand new lexus was sitting infront of us...when i noticed the
licence plate said,

"chknman"

i was so cool.  i took a picture of it!  everyone in the car thought it was
really cool too, but probably not for the same reason i did!  they kept
saying stuff like "maybe he owns tyson chicken"...whatever!

all i could think of was "i cant wait to go home and tell my list family!"

hope you all are having a lovely saturday.

jan

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date:         sun, 23 feb 1997 09:24:17 +1100
reply-to:     pdodd@lisp.com.au
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from:         penelope <pdodd@lisp.com.au>
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i thought this may have some relevance to the dead pet thing.

"every part of nature teaches that the passing away of one life is the
making of another.  the oak dies down to the ground, leaving within its
rind a virgin mound, which will impart a vigorous life to an instant
forest."........thoreau

on another note, that bomb thing is incredibly frightening.  hope you
are all alright.

penelope

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date:         sat, 22 feb 1997 18:41:01 -0500
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from:         julianna minotty <juliannafl@aol.com>
subject:      re: hey there...

in a message dated 97-02-22 13:57:39 est, daisys@webtv.net (valerie hogel)
writes:

<< just thought i'd write a little note and say how enthused i am about
your music.  you're a couple of the few artists left that let things
come from the heart and soul and i'll always love that about you and
treasure your music because of it....hope to see you in a club soon!

_valerie hogel

awwww...it's another cute fan mail letter! :)
julianna

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date:         sat, 22 feb 1997 19:26:08 -0500
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from:         liz turcotte <lturcotte@star.net>
subject:      re: hey there...
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> awwww...it's another cute fan mail letter! :)
>julianna

hmmm...the girls don't read the list, do they?  i don't think i would, if
i was in their place. (imho)

-liz-

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date:         sat, 22 feb 1997 19:47:21 -0600
reply-to:     "lisa a. cholak" <lacholak@artsci.wustl.edu>
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from:         "lisa a. cholak" <lacholak@artsci.wustl.edu>
subject:      davenport
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thanks to all those who responded to my request for ticket info...i am now
the proud owner of tickets to this show!!!!!!!!!!!  (even though i
might've liked to call a little earlier in the day...but i really wasn't
up much earlier anyway)

now, since i wasn't all that awake when i called i didn't really ask about
the seats.  they seem to be okay, but i'm not sure that they're on the
floor or if there even is a floor at this venue.  i have the $22 tickets
and i'm in the 7th or 13th row (for some reason i can't remember...i'm
hoping it's the former)...anyway, could anyone out there help me figure
out how the seating is for the show?

thanks so much, again!!!!!

sing, sing, sing,
lisa alice
lacholak@artsci.wustl.edu

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date:         sat, 22 feb 1997 20:49:12 -0500
reply-to:     aja <jgold16@emory.edu>
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hi y'all
  i was thinking about "language or the kiss" today, and it hit me with an
entirely different meaning than before. i guess i'd always thought it was
about giving time to career/song-writing vs time to love. or maybe more
literally, that it was about a singular situation in which a person has to
decide whether to act on feelings or just talk about it.  but i realized
today that it could be about long distance relationships. maybe you
already knew this, and i'm just 3-years slow. but it seems like it's all
about making the decision of whether to have a relationship that consists
mostly of writing/speaking to one another (as emmy's relationships would
be while she's on the road, i suppose) or to love the one you're with, so
to speak. the song makes a lot more sense now. if you're traveling a lot,
i can see how you would wake up and forget where you are. and then when
she says "i choose most of your life goes on without me"... she captures
that dreadful aspect of l-d relationships so aptly.  and there's such
irony in the fear that she might reap the praise of strangers and
"end up on [her] own"--she says "maybe i was wrong,"but in fact she _is_
alone since the lover isn't actually with her. poor girl. i hope y'all
don't mind me overanalyzing the whole thing, b/c i _am_ gonna keep going.
;]
  so anyway  then it sounds like she and the lover discussed what it would
be like if em decided to stay home for the next ten years instead of
touring, and the woman was like "you know you'd be bored to death if you
did that." oh, and that "if joy then pain" line-- i'd always thought it
was about being a lesbian, but now it seems to fit into my new
understanding of the song, too. and in the end when she's all alone in her
hotel room, did you notice that the stars that were previously her
feelings are now gone? god, she's profound.
  and another perfect-fitting line is  "mercy, what i won't give to have
the things that mean the most not to mean the things i miss." that's so
right!
  it's funny how you can hear a song hundreds or thousands of
times and then one day see it in an entirely different light. that's
what's so cool about ig.
   well, i must go analyze another work of literature for a class. for
those of you who've read this far, thanks for listening.
            julie
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date:         sun, 23 feb 1997 00:32:00 -0500
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subject:      swamp vinyl, visiting atlanta, mm... (nmigc)

hello, all! =)
      okay, first, i have no money, so i've decided that selling off my
posessions is a good place to start... (i wrecked my car last night...
thought i'd share, not that selling records is going to remedy that situation
at all!)  i have 2 extra swamp ophelia vinyls (autographed, black) that i'll
sell to the highest bidder by friday, the 28th.  just use a catchy subject
line (like "swamp vinyl" so i know to read your e-mail...)  any suggestions
on mailing vinyl are also welcomed. =)  also, somebody said s/he was going to
be visiting here around the 10th and asked for things to do.  i deleted that
by accident, but i would be happy to help you out with that if you'd like to
e-mail me.  i saw michelle last night and she was _incredible_, as usual...
=)  she did a short but amazing set... =)  she says may or june on the new
album. =)  speaking of which, somebody said something about buying her stuff
really cheap in boston a few months ago, and i'd really like to talk to
whoever that was, so if you're out there... and i guess that's all for now.
i'm getting back to all my personal e-mails slowly but surely, and the
nothing to hide survey thing is happening, there's just been a slight
problem, but i'll get back to all of you on that.  have a wonderful night,
and do drive carefully.  peace, love, and butter biscuits, sarah

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hi all,

i just got a copy of the swamp ophelia vinyl that's autographed and i was
wondeing if anyone knows if thee's a way to tell if the ecord is black o
green without opening it?  does the green one actually say it's green on
the outside somewhere?  mine's sealed, so i don't want to open it.

thanks,
wendell

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on sat, 22 feb 1997, audrey beth stein wrote:

> tonight i went to a performance by a dance group at penn, and one of the
> songs they danced to was "ghost."

it's funny, when i first read that subject line, "ghost dance," a modern
dance performed to the song, ghost was not at all what i thought of.  i
thought it was going to have something to do with the native american
(specifically, lakota?) ghost dance.  i don't know all that much about it
but from what i remember, it's a mournful dance that expresses sorrow over
the loss of native american culture.  it's supposed to induce a hypnotic
state in which the irrecoverable past is recalled.  if i'm not mistaken, a
ghost dance was the occassion for the gathering which preceded the wounded
knee massacre.  given that bmhawk was recorded by ig, and the interest a&e
have in native american concerns in general, the way i read the subject
line it might also have been loosely ig related.


                    -colleen

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hello to everyone out there.

after reading about the atlanta bombs, i just wanted to send my concern and
thoughts to you all, family or not, atlanta or not, wherever...whoever.  it
just goes to show that nothing is safe.  warm fuzzies from across the great
waters.

sara

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hey everyone!

disappointment!!!  i tried to order tix for ann arbore today and they don't
even have 2 seats together.  if anyone comes across two extra tickets please
mail me!!!!

thanks~

rob

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this is my 2nd post in 2 days--i think that's a record for me! anyway, i
just thought y'all might want to know that there's a nifty article on amy
ray in "atlanta" magazine. it has nice pictures, too, and the lyrics to
"shame on you" are superimposed over one page (excepting one part-- it
says "i keep      up"). heheh it's a bit long to write the whole article
out for you, but maybe it can be accessed via the internet (?). just
wanted to share. oh, it's the march issue, btw.
        julie

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well that pisses me off! i sent a fan letter to micheal j. fox when i
was 8 and i still haven't gotten a response:)
ben

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hey all!

i checked out this test online last night. just thought i'd share the
results. i took the test twice, once at two different sites. the first
time i came out infj, idealist-councilor, and the second time i came out
infp, idealist-tutor. they very close to each other in type. i'm sure
that it was a matter of answering only one or two questions differently
that did it. personally i think that the infj profile fit me better.

anyway, that's me.

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has everyone on this list been coming up infp or infj?
how interesting...

i was infx, which means i was 50/50 between p and j.


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ok, that was kinda neat...just took the test, well, not the actual one, but
as close as i could get to it!  i remember taking it about six years ago,
but don't remember what i got on it.  it seems that i am xnfp.
hmmmm....interesting!!!

well, hope everyone is doing well....have a great day!
peace
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does anyone have a boot of the bread & roses benefit at alcatraz, where amy
and emily played with joan baez and dar williams?

                                                                laura

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dianne connell wrote:
> the first time i came out infj, idealist-councilor, and the second time i came out
> infp, idealist-tutor. they very close to each other in type. i'm sure
> that it was a matter of answering only one or two questions differently
> that did it.

this is my first time posting to the list. i am a habitual lurker.
however, the myers-
briggs test results have really caught my attention. when i took the
test, i got the results for infj, but it didn't quite match. then i
tried again and was infp, this described me perfectly. i always think
it's a little bit strange that just answering a few questions can match
your personality type.

also, have there been a lot of infj's and infp's on this list? i read in
one of the profiles that these people only make up 1% of the population.

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so many people wrote to me asking me for the url that i figured i'd just
post it. okay...this site is for the keirsey tempeament sorter, but it
will tell you what your personality type is. it's based on jung, too...
it's just a different method of going about finding the answer...

http://sunsite.unc.edu/jembin/mb.pl

have fun...happy testing...

meg
mkmst23+@pitt.edu

*you don't fuck around with the infinite*

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upon everybody's discussion of the keirsey tests, i went out and tested
myself on the internet (thanks jennifer).  well i got my results...i am estj.
although i am not really sure what that means.  if  anybody could help me
out.  thanks a million

mindala

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maggie writes:

<< it will be released on the 29th of april, as you all know,  and the cover
of the promo has two dolls on it that supposedly resemble a&e.. i haven't
seen it yet..but i will sometime this week... also.. i was *very*
  >>

i have a friend who made two rag dolls for a&e that were set on the stage at
bumbershoot in '96.  when i told her about the post we started to think
hhhhhhmmmmmm......maybe....nah......well ya never know.  so i am wondering
if anyone knows anymore about the dolls that might be on the promo cd shaming
the sun.  my friend did not leave an address or her phone number (which is
unlisted) with the dolls.  she just left her name.  the amy doll even had a
little tatoo on her left arm.  these dolls are so cute.
anyway.........information would be greatly appreciated.

peace
pj

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at 04:24 pm 2/23/97 -0500, galileo wrote:
>ok, that was kinda neat...just took the test, well, not the actual one, but
>as close as i could get to it!  i remember taking it about six years ago,
>but don't remember what i got on it.  it seems that i am xnfp.
>hmmmm....interesting!!!

okay, i thought it would be fun; i mean, it's a standardized test, right? i
love standardized tests. it was scored as entj, and i really got a kick
from reading some of the texts & the surprising ways in which they fit me.
e.g. tends to take control of groups, roots out  ineffeciency, tolerates
"the usual way" without much patience for it, can't create the group, etc.
etc.

everybody do this! it's good for a few laughs... and then we could compile
the averages for the list vs. general society: the great unwashed masses
who aren't like us.

smiling, just happy in general!
tony
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in a message dated 97-02-23 15:39:34 est, malmrose@olympus.net (susan
malmrose) writes:

<< has everyone on this list been coming up infp or infj?
how interesting... >>

actually, i'm an enfp. any others out there?

julie
jncalif@aol.com

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i tried to get to the site with the myers-briggs test and my server
wouldn't let me.  will someone who got there please send me the location
just in case i got it wrong, or offer some words of wisdom?

thanks :) marianne

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well, i took the personality test..turns out i am an enfp, an
idealist-advocate, which describes me to a t. it says that only 3 percent of
the population receives this score....how many of you received it? it would
be interesting to see whether a lot of us received the same score....i would
think that we probably did....anyways, that's just my $ .02
julie

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hey folks~

        i'm an enfj.

i       tony "the chickenman" -- houston, tx                    g
n                                                               i
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where do you call to get tickets for this show? if you have the number,
please email me asap! thanks. :)

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        hi y'all,

        thought i would hop on the bandwagon since the topic piqued my
interest...anyway...i have a new one for everyone...i tested as a istj...an
inspector...

        anyone else??

                jen

ps  those of you who know me...no surprise there, huh??

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does anyone know what's going on with the unh concert?  when do tickets go
on sale and all that fun stuff?  if you could let the list know that's be
great!

thanks
lanie  ;)

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i'm an intj.

can anyone tell me who the red head with big hair is near the end of
watershed when they are showing people who play with them etc.

thank you kindly.

penelope

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subject:      nigc-ani difranco and that gravel song

ok...sorry to waste bandwidth but if anybody has the lyrics to the song
"gravel" or a really good copy of it could someone please  help me, i am
going crazy....  i have lots of boots to offer, i just need those lyrics
!!!!!!

peace
sasha

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well, i took the test too and jen, it looks like you and i are in the same
club because i scored an istj also.  what does it mean?? some of the
questions were hard to answer because neither of the two choices were right
but, anyway, thats what i got-dave

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greetings to all in the land of indigo!

well, i finally got my good computer fixed so i was able to get on the
web (at least as much as my computer is capable of doing, no sound or
graphics can be seen :(  ) and re-took the mb test, which i took 2 years
ago and i am still an  enfj, the pedagogue.  anyone else?  just curious.

anyway, i am so looking forward to the upcoming new england ig shows,
and to hearing the several new songs that the sony website mentioned.
i hope everyone gets to an ig show on this tour.

take care and peace all!

-deb

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hi.  i scored infj.  pretty darn accurate, not too much on the career choices, but i
would rather write than talk.  i agree with dave, some ?'s hard to answer because
niether answer seemed right.  at least according to my strang way of thinking.

                                                                                     thanx for listening,
                                                                                                          h.

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well, i took the test--i'm an infj.

man, this bombing has me shaken up...  i used to go to the otherside quite
often when i lived in atlanta.  fortunately, most of my friends are going
other places these days, and none of them were there.  the otherside is
actually where i met my bf.....

-rich benson (sbmfc charter member)
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piece by piece i take apart
this complicated heart
and hope to find
something i can prove is real
i can feel is truth
i can say is mine.
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subject:      it was this chica from utah!

--- penenlope wrote:
can anyone tell me who the red head with big hair is near the end of
watershed when they are showing people who play with them etc.
--- end of quoted material ---

it was a corinne simpson, she travels with the band whe noone is paying
attention :)

xoxoxo, susanna
the estj

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well, i gave in an took the personality test on-line.  i'm a enjf -- or a
idealist-teacher.  they say i'm an abstract thinker, a leader, and i motivate
people.  i didn't think the thing sounded like me, but everyone i showed it
to said "it's you!"  oh well . . .

-elizabeth, who just felt like sharing

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subject:      tracks on "shaming of the sun"

sorry if this is known info, but i found this on some aol message board:


<<subj:  shaming of the sun
date:  97-02-21 21:31:49 est
from:  lfkbear

is everyone ready for the indigo album? it's called "shaming of the sun," and
it's out on epic, april 29th. it's produced by the girls and it's brilliant!
much more textured and rock-driven than previous albums.

here's the track listing...
1. "shame on you"
2. "get out the map"
3. "shed your skin"
4. "it's alright"
5. "caramia"
6. "don't give that girl a gun"
7. "leeds"
8. "scooter boys"
9. "everything in its own time"
10. "cut it up"
11. "burn all the letters"
12. "hey kind friend">>

west of bishes
shana (jak)

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subject:      wheaton info?

does anyone out there have any information on ticket sales for the wheaton
college show on april 17?  i've heard that they are not expecting to sell out
and will be offering tickets to the public and selected area colleges --
including mine -- but no one has been able to tell me when they might go on
sale or what i have to do to get them.  any info would be appreciated.

thanks, kevin.    kevsmin@aol.com

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while we're talking about the meyers-briggs test, i came up xntx.  so
basically, i'm either a personality moderate or a walking contradiction.
take your pick. <g>

it seems that everyone so far has been an n (intuitive) rather than s
(sensing).  i think this really holds with the girls' music, since it's full
of intelligent lyrics and interesting harmonies which can't really be
appreciated on the level of pure sensation.

also, it seems to me that anyone who spends their lives performing in front
of an audience, especially with the energy and intensity of the indigo girls
(both amy and emily -- emily is only sedate and introverted in comparison to
amy, imo.) pretty much has to be an extrovert.  although emily is more
thoughtful and reflective than amy, i don't think she can be classified as
an introvert.  any thoughts?

                                                        laura

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i also am an enfp (idealist advocate)
:waves to julianna!!

there are a *few* of us out there
anjeanette

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the otherside has a www site up and the eerie part is that lift (a band that
has molly bancroft in it -- she was/is? on this list for a few years) and
vld were/are both scheduled there next month.  wierd, atlanta was a very
friendly place to visit (err even though i have mailed outr the thank you
gift for the people i stayed with and it has been bought since mid
october...) terrorism/ indifference/ hatred suck.  just watched schlinder's
list on tv -- i have seen it in the theater and it did not "translate" well
to tv..i mean it had such a more powerful impact. this weekend i relaxed for
the most part and feel emotionally drained, i have a hard time with
listening to "this train", watching schlinder's list because it so
emotionally disturbing. i look at that movie and realize it happened to the
disabled, to gypsies and to homosexuals and yet now people with disabilities
are still fighting for the most basic rights -- having to rally in front of
the supreme court for them, and bombs are going off in atlanta.  it seems
sorta appropriate that the two new u2 songs i really have grown to love are
songs which are heavily spiritual and, in my opinion --sorta based on the
sarajevo conflict. i just got a umteenth generation copy dubbed this weekend
-- if god would send his angels and wake up dead man are the specific songs
i am thinking of -- just make some sort of wierd sense.

mike r.
ps -- was anyone at the now protest in atlanta today? were amy or emily
there? i saw it mentioned on cnn.


pps - no winthrop on the album????   arrrgggh - my fave new song besides hey
kind friend

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hello all,

well thanks for the post on the track list for shaming the sun.
i am really excited about this album.  i am disappointed that
problem child, chiapas bound and winthrop did not make the cut.
i really love winthrop, and will miss it sadly from the cd.  my
one hope is that emily changed the title to burn all the letters,
but that is probably not likely.

i am really interested in hearing shed your skin, scooter boys and
burn all the letters sound like.  hopefully this pre-release tour
will shed some light on that to all us rabid fans that can't wait
to see/hear the girls again.

take care and peace y'all.

-deb

only 65 days to go!!!!!!!!

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myers-briggs is an interesting test, don't you think? i took it twice,
three years apart. once in the middle of high school and i was infj. then
three years later early in college i tested enfp, which i think is more
accurate now because i changed a lot at the end of high school. it'd be
interesting to know what listers tested as...

=)
sherri

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hey kind friends~

        da chickenman has another boot to offer (all possible b/c of carolyn
spidle aka "da boot goddess" ;)  this one is "the bottom line - 1st set" new
york city 4-10-93
- 90 mins..  the set list is:
        a: joking, jonas & ezekial, southland in the springtime, land of
canaan, love will come to you, strange fire, love's recovery, pushing the
needle too far, never stop
        b: prince of darkness, fugitive, the girl with the weight of the
world in her hands, freebird (partial performance), chickenman, tangled up
in blue, love of the common people (w/ the roches)

        here's the deal.  there are 3 ways to play this game, no purchase
necessary ;)
1) if you want a copy of this tape and you are willing to send me a blank 90
min. tape and a sase, then be among the first seven ig fans to respond by
private email, selecting option #1; or
2) if you are among the first 3 people to correctly answer all five trivia
questions below, then you win a free boot - tape & postage included.
however, only one round this time; or
3) you can just try to answer the trivia questions if you are not interested
in the boot.

thanks for shoppin' the c-man's flea market!! @:-}

btw the first question is meant to be in-line with and perhaps to capsulate
the road kill discussions of here recent:

#1      how fast was amy driving when she mowed down a family of prarie dogs
in the desert?
        a) 55 m.p.h.
        b) 85 m.p.h.
        c) 100 m.p.h.
        d) 122 m.p.h.

#2      amy and emily's songs are:
        a) very emotional
        b) unpretentious
        c) heartfelt
        d) stripped down
        e) all of the above

#3      what did the chickenman have in his hair?
        a) matted and tangled knots
        b) bugs
        c) dirt
        d) shit
        e) all of the above

#4      the chickenman (according to amy) was:
        a) really gross
        b) really stinky
        c) not very friendly at all
        d) a jehovah's witness
        e) really cool

#5      what type of fans do ig's have?
        a) angry fans
        b) amazing fans
        c) socially conscious fans
        d) loyal and supportive fans
        e) all of the above
        f) b, c and d only

bonus:  (nigc) vic chestnutt is a:
        a) cynical guy
        b) grumbly guy
        c) drunk ass
        d) native of pike county, georgia
        e) great songwriter
        f) all of the above


i       tony "the chickenman" -- houston, tx                    g
n                                                               i
d       not content to bow and bend                             r
i       to the whims of culture that swoop like vultures        l
g       eating us away to our extinction                        s
o                                       - emily saliers

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hey,

i am an infx also, but when i took the longer version of it a few years
ago, i was an infp.  hmmmm ....

wendell

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okay so i went to see ani difranco on sat. night in osaka, japan!  only
about 150 folks, mostly foreign...right under her!  she had this wickedly
green hair with a thousand little braids sticking up, but it was parted
down the middle and matched  the six inch platform neon green bubbletoed
shoes that all my kids wear to school!  she is so shy on stage, but is
quite the humorist and knows damn well how to entertain her crowd.

so last night i had to jump on the bandwagon and take the test.  i am a
tride and true enfj...a teacher (that's right!)...same as i was five years
ago.  it fit me to a t...amazing what few little questions can figure out!
i am interested in more testing!

oyasumi to you all,
sara

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hey all...need to poke my head out of lurkdom for a sec to screech..
after reading the post about the track listings...i need to say...

oh mah gawd!!!!  where is winthrop on this album?!?!?!?!?!   :o

i have my fingers, my legs, my toes and every other body part that is
crossable crossed right now cuz i l-o-v-e this song and am hoping it is on
the album under a different name...if its not, oh geez...gonna need more
therapy to get deattached to it...<sigh>  hmmm...anyone else here feel the
same way i do? (or am i alone on this one??)

later all,
--sue

p.s.  by today all boots that i had dubbed for some of you are in the mail...

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excerpts from mail: 24-feb-97 ack!  where's winthrop?!!? by sue
kwan@midway.uchicago
> anyone else here feel the
> same way i do?


hell yeah!  right here!  i'm gonna flip if winthrop isn't on (which it
looks like it isn't, so i've been doing flips ever since i hear that!)
i mean really...  what song is so much better than winthrop that they
think they can replace it?!!??!?!?!?

all i'm gonna say is that if winthrop *isn't* on there, i'll find those
silly indigo girls, and, well.....  i don't know.  you get the point.  :)

renee

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here's something you probably don't see everyday... i'm a split type... as
reported, my type is enfx (where 'x' represents a split).

i'm split between enfp (the advocate) and enfj (the teacher).

what does any of this have to do with the igs?

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at: "http://ucunix.san.uc.edu/~vogelap"     "the only way out is through."

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why isn't one basic connection being noted, that being the right wing
element to the bombings? obviously women and queers are being targetted in
these attacks but no one in the media seems to be mentioning this fact.

on sat, 22 feb 1997, maria e camacho wrote:

> here's the news i received from ap, it contains more details on the bombing:
>
> .c the associated press
>
>       by tom saladino
>       atlanta (ap) - a bomb blew up at a crowded lesbian nightclub,
> blasting nails through the room and injuring at least five people.
> it was the fourth bomb explosion in atlanta in the past seven
> months.
>       authorities confirmed today that they may be looking for a
> serial bomber.
>       a second bomb was found in a backpack outside the otherside
> lounge after the explosion friday night. unlike a recent abortion
> clinic double bombing, the second bomb didn't go off this time.
>       ''this is eerily reminiscent of last summer and last month,''
> mayor bill campbell said this morning, referring to the abortion
> clinic attack and the downtown park bombing during the summer
> olympics.
>       campbell said it was unknown if the latest blast was related to
> the earlier bombings, but there were similarities like the use of
> backpacks and using common nails as shrapnel.
>       ''we will be searching out the possibility that we have a serial
> bomber,'' said woody johnson of the fbi.
>       the investigation was turned over to the bureau of alcohol,
> tobacco and firearms and fbi.
>       ''we truly believe we are dealing with a deranged killer, but
> one who is very clever as well,'' campbell said.
>       memrie wells-griswell of snellville, who had surgery this
> morning, was the most seriously wounded but her injuries were not
> life-threatening, campbell said. she remained hospitalized at grady
> memorial hospital.
>       ''the injuries to the other four were fairly minor. they were
> treated and released,'' campbell said. hospital officials said the
> injuries ranged from shrapnel wounds to pain in the ears.
>       ''several customers thought a lady had been shot,'' said
> bartender rhonda armstrong, who was mixing drinks when she saw a
> flash and heard a loud explosion. ''she rolled her sleeve up and
> had a spike nail through her arm.''
>       the explosion occurred about 10 p.m. in a rear patio area of the
> lounge just north of downtown. about 150 people were in the club.
>       ''it was just a loud boom,'' said steve raimer, who works at the
> hot spot nightclub across the street. ''it shook the doors.''
>       the blast came five weeks after two explosions rocked a suburban
> atlanta abortion clinic and seven months after the bombing of
> centennial olympic park, which killed one person and injured about
> 100.
>       both cases remain unsolved.
>       friday's attack appeared similar in plan to the twin explosions
> at the abortion clinic, where one bomb hit the clinic and another
> blew up outside as rescuers rushed to the scene. security experts
> say twin bombs have become a familiar terrorism tactic.
>       ambulance attendant steve yancey said one victim was a
> 28-year-old woman who had a nail in her right arm, 3 to 4 inches
> long, and had lost ''a significant amount of blood.''
>       ap-ny-02-22-97 0902est
>
> it pains me to see the inhumanity with which some people choose to evoke on
> others.
>
> maria
>
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hey - i never sent my birthday to the person that posts birthdays...so

amber batson - 19
the less i seek my source for some definitive, closer i am to fine.
        emily saliers
*probably the most repeated lyrics, but they are now beginning to make
much more sense as i have officially been an adult for a year.  this is
corny, but, oh well....still waiting for 21!

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nope, winthrop didnt make the cut for the new album, but it is
slated to be on the acoustic album following this one.

                          _________
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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i am jumping on that band wagon and begging for information on the show!
please please help me if you have any information!  thanks a billion!

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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has everyone on this list been coming up infp or infj?
how interesting...

i was infx, which means i was 50/50 between p and j.

     ok more .02 :) if you take this test professionally (i don't if that's
     the correct wordage) your scores may come out slightly differently.
     and you will never come up an "x". i took the test from a woman who
     gives them to businesses who use the test to determine which rolls
     their managers, employees should be in. it cost me like $125 but it
     took like 3 hours to go over everything. she explained in detail what
     each letter stood. i was soooooo close on the "t", "f" one but the
     more we talked i fit into the "f". much of this test is on how you
     process information. plus how i react to things on my job is
     differently than how i react to things in my personal life ya know? so
     if you are taking this test off the net, it won't be as accurate as
     you may think.

     kira "oh a posting freenzy...woo woo" :)

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found this to be somewhat silly, and since its monday, i needed some silliness.

http://vision.cs.qc.edu/~daniel/meyers.html

for example, i am istj and the prayer for *my type* is:

"istj:  lord, help me to relax about insignificant details beginning
tomorrow at 11:41.23 am e.s.t."

tata,
betsy

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{ o.o }  trying to to cross the road, and i think,
> ^ <   pick up the cat, put it in the car and take it home.
/     \                                              a.  ray

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hi ig friends!
i am excited because i got tickets for davenport; even though none of my
friends my iowa city can go, i know i won't feel "alone" because there
will be so many listees there (wearing our shirts if we have them, i
assume!).  i'm in section f, row 4--just to the right of the stage.
neat-o!  i hope this will be a good concert.  wonder who will open?

on to the meyers-briggs...my mom is a therapist and brought home the book
_please understand me!_ which contains the test when i was 12 or 13, i
think.  anyway, even then i knew that i could manipulate the test into
saying whatever i felt like being--i mean, come on, there are only two
choices for each question!  what is that but dualistic thinking--something
i ascribe to the worst aspect of this patriarchal culture.  sometimes when
i take it now (i'm quite a bit older) i try to score xxxx for the hell of
it (that's when you have the same numbers for every trait--i.e., i would
score as an i/e n/f s/t p/j).  when i was younger, i read the descriptions
of every choice,
and decided that it was cooler to be part of one of those 1% of the
populations than the 55% one (i made that last number up), so i made damn
sure i came out an infp--oh, poor, misunderstood me!  it fit in well with
being an outcast at school.  despite my efforts to look like an introvert
and my hatred of bars and parties ("when you're at a party, do you get
energy...blah blah blah!"), i have since been forced to recognize myself
as a waaaaaaay extrovert!  i think when i'm not trying to screw with the
test i probably come out an enfj, or maybe enfp--might depend on my mood.

i think it's important to realize that we are so much more than the sum of
our parts, or our scores on any test--whether it's iq or personality or
the act/sat/lsat etc.  some workplaces and schools make their
employees/students take the meyers-briggs, and keep the results on
permanent file.  i think that is a big mistake, although i realise as a
teacher that sometimes it would be helpful to keep in mind that every
student has a different learning style which is most likely not like my
own.  but hey,i think i have that figured out by this time.  duh.

did i say this before?  the time period between march 28 and aprl 29 is
looking great in iowa--starts with the indigo girls, moves on to ani on
april 9, dar williams on april 27, and shaming of the sun on april 29.
wow!  ain't it great to live in the midwest?!

love,
suzi

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at 10:01 pm 2/23/97 est, susan wrote:
>--- penenlope wrote:
>can anyone tell me who the red head with big hair is near the end of
>watershed when they are showing people who play with them etc.
>--- end of quoted material ---
>
>it was a corinne simpson, she travels with the band whe noone is paying
>attention :)
>

the red haired goddess to you all.  ;-)  just kiddin' of course.  i told
the girls not to include me on the video but they couldn't resist, as i am
such an integral part of the band.  you know. my hair was a little bit
poufy that day, but it was the humidity.  i swear.

anyway, seriously now, did i miss the track list for whatever the hell the
new album is called?  can someone forward that to me?  i don't know why i
didn't see it.  i wonder where my mind is.

hee hee....

corinne

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>never meant to imply fault on the part of the posters.  but this thread
>was born of chickenman, and i completely share amy's opinion on the
>senseless death of animals: the five prarie dogs and a rabbit were not
>*intentionally* killed, but often the things we create as humans roll over
>multitudes of animals smaller or weaker than us, and just because it's not
>intentional doesn't make it right.  we do shitty things to insects when we
>splatter them all over a bus windshield while on the road to austin.  a
>child accidentally squashes a lizard or is too young to understand that
>throwing a cat out a 20 story building will kill it--this is not malice.
>but don't you ever think that an incidental, unrecognized killing is the
>worst kind of all, simply because we don't think it's worth noticing?
>there are few other animals who do as much killing as we do daily for no
>reason at all, or for sport or whatever.

few other animals?????  i dare anyone to name one, just one, animal who
has
even a remotely similar effect on the other creatures of the world....
intentionally
or not. you're right about the incidental killings.... they bother me
the most. we wont
even get into hunting.... or what those guys that stand outside
yellowstone national
park waiting for fat happy buffaloes to cross the property "line" are
doing

>never fear, i recognize the need to share the experience.  it just reminds
>me of how many busdrivers and how few amys there are in the world.  and
>for the most part, humans suck.

then.... what we need to do is create more amy's... either by birth or
conversion.
i used to ignore it when  i would hear comments about senseless acts of
violence
against animals (or people for that matter)... no more....

i will not be complacent!!!!


peace, love, & all things indigo,              _________
                                                   \         /
jo                                                  \       /
jmelnik@lucent.com                                 \    /
                                                       \ /
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is to help me take my life less seriously;
it's only life after all."   -- emily saliers

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subject:      penn state show

many of us have asked for information pertaining to this show, yet no
one has spoken up and said anything on the list.

so, here i go.

i just called the "bryce jordan center" at penn state (which i don't
think is where they are playing, but it's the only number i could find).


the nice lady on the phone said that it has not been announced yet, and
she did not even know that they were coming.  she did check with
someone, and she told me to try back in a week or so.


so, to my knowledge, no tickets have been sold for this show yet.  when
i find out more infomation (or *anyone* else out there!!!), i'll email
the list, if that's ok with everyone...  :)

everyone have a nice indigo day!
renee

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>i always have loved this song for many reasons but mostly because it
>helped me get through a pretty bad time
>when i first heard this song, i felt like a big
>weight had been lifted from my shoulders, especially when emily says
>'yeah' at the end of that line; i was like, holy sh--- she's right!
>it is only life after all and why am i dwelling on all this pain and
>anger?

... [snip] ...

>it's easy for us to say that this is what we'll do,
>but actually doing it is one whole hell of a lot harder...
>when em says, 'yeah',  to me, she means, 'yeah, i do
>take life too seriously sometimes and i have to stop
>doing that or i'll drive myself crazy"

yeah... it was the same for me. after my 11 year relationship ended i
got heavily into indigos and this song in particular (also ghost, of
course).
i must have sang the words to this song a thousand times before ... i
guess
without really ***hearing*** them. then, one day i was feeling pretty
low
and this song came on.... and for the first time i really heard it....
and the
"yeah" was like a damn light bulb going off in my head.... it was then
and
there i decided to take control of my life back... and not too let all
the petty
bs get to me.....

this song will always have a special place in my heart..... i guess
that's
why it's been in my signature for months now...

peace, love, & all things indigo,              _________
                                                   \         /
jo                                                  \       /
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is to help me take my life less seriously;
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this may seem like a weird question.... but i need to know...

does anyone know the rgb values for the actual color that
is called "indigo"????

thanks....


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                                                   \         /
jo                                                  \       /
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well according to zen entertainment maps still coming out march 4th have
we got and offical its been pushed back and if so when to

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i have so much work to do, & i swore i wouldn't waste time taking this
test, but everyone's responses enticed me, & i gave in.  so it says i'm an
exfj.  i don't know though...i had such problems making up my mind on so
many questions b/c i think i react differently in different situations.
and i could tell they were asking the same questions in different ways, & i
knew i was answering differently.  and i was so close to the 50/50 point on
3 of them!  but anyway, being a probable psych major, i know no personality
test can accurately measure someone's personality.  the fact that we cannot
adequately divide ourselves into simple categories makes me happy, b/c it
shows how diverse we all are.

andi

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mark anthony donajkowski wrote:
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> well according to zen entertainment maps still coming out march 4th have
> we got and offical its been pushed back and if so when to


what?  punctuation is a terrible thing to waste.


scott
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well, i'm an infj.  i guess that explains why i don't ever feel like anyone
understands me-- only 1% of the population does!!!!! =)
oh, well, i like being unique!
always,
mic
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hi-  just wondering if anyone has any thoughts about
content/quality/duration differences of the upcoming college tour vs. the
album tour (presumably dates after 4-29).  if ig does come to duke u.,
there's a chance i could see 'em there, but would the experience there be
same, better, or worse than seeing them at an "open" concert?

if you had to choose, would you spend your $ on a college concert, or wait
for the regular concert? and why?

thanks for any responses!
jessica

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ok here's the deal. i stopped by the ticket office today after class. the
penn state concert committee has not released any info on the show as of
yet. therefore, as far as the people in the ticket office are concerned the
ig concert does not exist. i guess we can assume since the sony site had the
date listed that ig will be here, but we have to wait until an official
announcement is made and a sale date for tickets is set. sit tight and i'm
sure someone will post something to the list when the announcement is made.


>i am jumping on that band wagon and begging for information on the >show!
> please please help me if you have any information!  thanks a >billion!

>smiles and good tomorrows,

>ang

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hey kind friends~

        i'm getting ready to make camping reservations at bayou segnette
state park across the big muddy from no for the jazz fest - april 25 - april
27.  the campsites are only $12 a night with up to 8 people (two tents max)
per campsite.  i've already have enough folks going for two campsites, but
if any of ya'll want to go i'd like to get contiguous campsites, so we can
meet and party together :)
        i can reserve the campsite for you, so let me know, okay?

        here are the headliners for these 3 days at jazz fest:

friday  -    dr. john, james taylor, al hirt, pharoah sanders, c.j chenier &
the red hot la band, wayne toups and zydecajun, rosie ledet and many more
saturday  -  ellis marsalis, santana, pete fountain, allen toussaint, cowboy
mouth, terrance simien, keith frank, little freddie king and many more
sunday  -    irma thomas, earth, wind & fire, funky meters, beau jocque and
the zydeco hi-rollers, sonny landreth & the goners, nathan and the zydeco
cha chas, balfa toujours, the wild magnolias, and many, many more

laissez le bon temps roulet~

tony

i       tony "the chickenman" -- houston, tx                    g
n                                                               i
d       not content to bow and bend                             r
i       to the whims of culture that swoop like vultures        l
g       eating us away to our extinction                        s
o                                       - emily saliers

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did anyone else have a really wierd problem with the above digest (the
one in the subject line of this message)?  i started scrolling through,
and somehow it crashed after about the 4th or 5th screen - i tried it 4
times, and i know it's not my computer or my account 'cause i've tried
reading other mails and using a different computer...  help!

debbie

p.s.  i'm _extra_ bummed that winthrop is missing from that list...  i
used to live 20 minutes from there -- had to drive through that town
every time i wanted to go to logan airport...  you can imagine my
surprise when em started singing about it at newport this year!!!!  (not
to mention that i was there with a college friend who was going off to
japan for a couple years - i may never see her again...  how appropriate!)

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sorry, forgot to say this.  if anyone has any problems or questions about
the show, the venue, anything--even directions, email me and i'll do my
best to help.  i promise, the second we get the info, i will post it.  i
know ya'll are excited as we are!  happy day!

mike :)

http://www.geocities.com/sunsetstrip/towers/9228

fingermarked skin, hurt to the bone
we don't understand
oh, my princess, answer please
i'll get the pencils
we'll draw ourselves a new world.

--p. fitzgerald, kod.

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hi folks,

ooh - i feel like a proud parent.  my first venture into web design has just
been launched.  it's for taking liberties - a women's arts festival that
runs in early march in brighton - lots of great events, so come on down if
you're anywhere nearby, or check out the website just for the hell of it if
you're not!   http://www.surfers-paradise.co.uk/taklib/taklib.htm

it's also given me the opportunity to do a speakeasy special - the live
acoustic music monthly i run will be featuring a lineup of some of
brighton's finest female performers, including reckless - rocking 4-piece
combo playing acoustic pop originals and covers; nicky mitchell - gutsy
vocals and driving guitar; the far out back band - guitar and keys duo with
pop originals and covers (if you like horse you'll love 'em) and - oh -
who's this...why, it's seffy and friends - moody'n'melodic acoustic rock
originals with harmonies from erika and special guests deb and carol (the
isabella connection) on bass and lead guitar.

monday march 3rd, at the cybar, 9 - 12 middle st, brighton.  8.30pm - late,
3/2.  (okay - so if you're a listie i'll let you in for 2!)

hope to see maybe some of you there?!

seffy

...sorry for the nigc, but the event is truly indigo inspired ;)

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hey hey hey yet another enfp here!  how many more of us are out
there???  what categories do we all think amy and emily would fall
under???  all for now... i hope that all of you are happy and
healthy....
mary

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i posted to the list a couple of weeks ago about this show.  i am the the
university concert committee here at penn state, and we are responsible for
bringing the ig here.  no, the show is not announced yet, and i'm not sure
when it will be announced.  we haven't confirmed an opener yet, but it's
likely to be "lift" from atlanta, who just signed with daemon.  (their new
cd is in stores march 18).  my guess is that tickets will not go on sale
for at least a couple of weeks.  they are playing at rec hall, which is a
lot like a big high school gym.  it's not a bad place, the floor is all gen
ad, but tickets will most likely go pretty fast.  i will be working the
show, but, as much as i'd iike to, i can't get tickets for all of you, as
the few they allow us to get are already committed.  how they will be sold,
i don't know yet, thay haven't told us squat.  i promise, as soon as i get
the date and means for tickets, i will post it, as there seems to be a
substantial amount of interest here.  hope a a lot of you can make it!

mike

http://www.geocities.com/sunsetstrip/towers/9228

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oh, my princess, answer please
i'll get the pencils
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--p. fitzgerald, kod.

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enfp's rock!!!

i think of the two, emily would be the better candidate to be an enfp.
but maybe that's just 'cuz i've got a soft spot for her music.

scott
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and gentlemen in england now a-bed shall think themselves accursed they
were not here, and hold their manhoods cheap whiles any speaks that
fought with us upon saint crispian's day.

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hmm... just to voice my own personality.. i would be an infp. i think it's
intersting in that all my catagories were 9 of 10 or 17+ of 20. i just have
a one-track personality. :)


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hello all,

well, now i feel like an idiot. i had to reinstall my entire hard drive this
weekend because of a major crash, and i lost everything. all my saved mail,
all my digests, everything. i don't remember who sent out the faq last time,
but if anyone has it, could you please send it to me privately? i would
greatly appreciate it. i'm sorry for wasting bandwidth for my own screw up. i
will now go back to my throne in the kingdom of lurkdom.

thanks,

kyle vogel

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i forgot to add that my infp rating is the same as a test i took in junior
high about 8 years ago. i appears that my personality hasn't changed much
through high school and college.


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on  mon, 24 feb 1997, laura braslow wrote:

> it seems that everyone so far has been an n (intuitive) rather than s
> (sensing).  i think this really holds with the girls' music, since it's full
> of intelligent lyrics and interesting harmonies which can't really be
> appreciated on the level of pure sensation.

figures...i just took the test through my university and i came out
as an isfj (but i lean toward e).  well, gosh darn it, the lyrics and
harmonies are important to me, too!  that's why i listen to the
girls.

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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>
>
> i have so much work to do, & i swore i wouldn't waste time taking this
> test, but everyone's responses enticed me, & i gave in.  so it says i'm=
>  an
> exfj.  i don't know though...i had such problems making up my mind on s=
> o
> many questions b/c i think i react differently in different situations.
> and i could tell they were asking the same questions in different ways,=
>  & i

this is not a very good version of the test, imo.  as has already been noted
it is binary, and it it easy to tell what each response indicates.  also, this
test forces you to make value judgements, not say what you would do in a
situation.  better versions of the test are longer, as more situational
questions, and typicaly have at least four responses.  the questions are also
more obsqure as to what they are getting at, and tend to not so much asking for
a judgement of value as much as a real world response.  they get more to what
you are really like, than to what you say you value.  they are still limiting
though, w/ just four responses, and it is always dubious to put people in
neatly defined catagories.

i think the test on the neat miss-evaluated my type even though i answered the
questions honestly.  it listed me as an enfp, but in the past my answers have
indiacted i am a esxp.  from life experience i know the later is more accurate.
so, i wouldn't put to much emphases on the score from this particular version
of the test.

trant

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well folkies, i am an enfj along with the chickenman and deb o.  it's good
company!

:) marianne

~o~    "dance with me forever, this moment is divine
-=|=-    i'm so close to heaven, this hell is not mine,
/_\     this hell is not mine..."
((                     --melissa etheridge

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        ok, so i don't have any concrete info. yet, except that tix are
not on sale yet.  but i found a friend at wheaton  who has promised to
email me as soon as anything is said, so i'll let you all know when i find
anything out.

jennie
(who hopes she doesn't have to camp out in norton for tix, as she is
planning to do for mt.holyoke...)

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...i was sitting in english taking my vocabulary test when to my surprise,
one of the 'fill in the blanks' was:

wounded knee was one _________________

my choices: curious, grim, grimy, imprecation, intervene, massacre,
obliterate, onslaught, tousled, and utterly

i knew that one!!
...sorry, had to share!

*believe in yourself*
nicole <---- who is confused to whether it is "shaming the sun" or "shaming
of the sun"

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> if ig does come to duke u.,
> there's a chance i could see 'em there, but would the experience there be
> same, better, or worse than seeing them at an "open" concert?

seeing ig on the college tour is better than not seeing them at all,
of course.  you should go to any shows you can afford and travel to.
there always the possiblity of not being able to make it to an "open"
concert at some point in the future.  i not sure if that answered your
question?!? simply go to every show you can, "open" or not.

mackey

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2 things.

1) are we still going to call shaming of the sun "map" forever and ever?
i think we should just because it'll be a memory of how much we all loved
it before it even had a name....also on that list they meant "cut it out,"
not "cut it *up*" right?  just checking... i am glad to see someone else
is counting down the days....64 to go....

2) i heard on the radio (this dopey pop small town radio station that only
plays the top 2 songs all day long) that ellen's coming out episode is
scheduled for april 30, and that she'll come out to oprah.  what a
wonderful way to continue the *map* release party from the day before!!
life is sweet!

:) marianne

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-=|=-    i'm so close to heaven, this hell is not mine,
/_\     this hell is not mine..."
((                     --melissa etheridge

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in a message dated 97-02-24 13:54:57 est, you write:

<< (presumably dates after 4-29).  if ig does come to duke u.,
  >>
i have a friend at duke who told me that she's known that they were coming
since october.  does anyone know the date of that show though.  i'm hoping i
can go.
jennifer

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hey all....

i just had to share how excited i was about the cd's i purchased over the
weekend.
i was visiting houston over the weekend...for the rodeo......i did not enjoy
the rodeo but i went so i could see mary chapin carpenter in concert...she
was great...although most people left before she played....oh well...i was
one of the few to stick around to watch her.  on the advice of "tony the
chickenman" i visited a couple of independent record stores in houston.  i
was able to get ahold of the "three hits" cd single, "watershed"
cd single, "uptown girls" cd and the "4.5" cd....i am in absolute ig heaven!!
although i can't say the same about my pocketbook...or my gf's for that
matter!  i must say though that i did convert her into an ig fan.  she
listens to them with me all the time, she sings their songs, she is looking
forward to seeing them in concert (for the
first time!) and best of all....she wants me to make a tape of her favorite
ig songs so she can listen to at work :-))

so who isn't counting the days until the new cd is released....i had to stop
holding my breath a long time ago...since the release has been delayed.  i am
still waiting and hoping they will play in ca on the college part of their
tour.  i really want to see them more than once.

rose

p.s.  hey eans are you out there?  ;-

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february 24
h.burningham@ulst.ac.uk (helene burningham)
dry your tears,
don't be thinkin' gray is here to stay...

sam22479@aol.com (sam)
happy 18th, sam!!
maybe that's all that we need is to stand in the middle of impossibility
standing at opposite poles,
equal partners in a mystery...

february 25
cobweb@grove.ufl.edu (rich benson)
happy 31st, rich!!
i'm harboring a fugitive, a defector of a kind
she lives in my soul; drinks of my wine
and i'd give my last breath to keep us alive...

amanda.leff@yale.edu (amanda m. leff)
happy bday, amanda!!
i am intense
i am in need
i am in pain
i am in love....

mmedido@aol.com (binky)
happy 40th, claire!!!!!!!!!!
happy fuckin' birthday, you asshole!  -carolyn

february 26
thegirls@pinn.net (sharon james)
happy 39th, sharon!!
there i am in younger days, stargazing
painting picture-perfect maps
of how my life and love would be...

have an indigo year!

**remember, kids, it makes the bday goddess' job much easier if you tell
her what quote you want for your bday post!**

love love love,
the bg

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from:         julianna minotty <juliannafl@aol.com>
subject:      re: nigc--meyer-briggs test
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you know what i was wondering....
i was wondering, wouldn't it be fun if somehow someone could scan a copy of a
meyer-briggs test, and send it out to the mailing list, and then we could all
see what we would get, and could compare answers with other people as well as
what we thought the girls would get. this could be a pleasant way to spend
these last frazzled months before map! it certainly would be better than
discussing what beer we would buy am and em, although that certainly was an
interesting thread! and it would be so much more uplifting than our recent
"morbid pet stories". if anyone has a copy of  meyer briggs test, you can fax
it to me and i'll type it up, kay?
c'mon guys and gals! it'll be fun!
julianna

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ok, this test thing is really interesting to me, so i thought that i might
put together a tally of who is what....

soo....if you are interested in this write to me privately and i will put it
all together, and in about a week or less, i will put it out to the entire list!

peace all
tucker...who has way too much to do, but loves procrastination!!!


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because you'd cry your eyes out
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reply-to:     "amy j. putnam" <pegasus@crl.com>
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does anyone knwo if there is a page which lists all of the fan created
ig web sites?  if there isnt, i will create one for my own page...
if you have a page to be included, send me the url.   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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ok....out of lurkdom for just a moment to admit to my test results.  it
seems i am an intj though not far from an entj.  i agree with a lot of
the statements made about intj's in relation to how i see myself, but i
have trouble with the test itself to put a lot of faith in it.

as someone else mentioned, it was obvious that several questions were
asked a few times over and i found myself sometimes answering the same
basic question a little differently depending on the words used in the
question.  i decided that it was very difficult to get past the person we
may want to be in order to be truthful about who we really are.  there
were a few questions which i realistically should answer one way but
found i really wanted to give the alternate answer.  in some cases, i
caught myself doing it and was in fact, honest about the true answer, but
i wonder how many i didn't catch myself on.

i also found it unclear on occasion whether i was answering a question in
a professional or personal sense.  i happen to react very differently in
a professional environment than i do in a personal situation.   i think
this is where i came so close to the i/e boundary.

so, i guess the point is that i agree with the results of the test in my
case, but i am unclear as to how my answers, which i thought to be
somewhat confused, translated into the result.

so, back to lurkdom.  i just came out since this was such an intriguing
thread.  :)

take care folks,

karen

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subject:      re: ack! where's winthrop?!!?

i'm so upset there's no winthrop!  what were they thinking?!?!?  probably the
same thing we were.  remember a ways back when people were saying they
couldn't have both leeds and winthrop as solos?  also remember that leeds was
really special to emily?  *sigh*  i could have handled two solos, really, i
could have . . .

-elizabeth

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http://members.aol.com/wishmonstr/ewebpg.htm

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subject:      attn: nick dishler--stwbw

sorry to waste bandwidth but i am trying to contact nick dishler about a boot
trade and his address has disappeared from my computer :-(
anyway, if you are out there nick, please get in touch with me.  i sent you a
tape and a sase for the telluride boot and i have never received it.
thanks,
cami

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i did it!!!!!!!
i got a tattoo in the same place as amy's!!
it is my own design, which incorporates a peace sign, gay pride rainbow, and
sun.  it all appears on the back of a turtle like the turtle in the honor cd
insert!  the turtle is in indigo blue, because the gay pride flag omits the
color indigo, and, well, indigo has special meaning to me!!!!!
just thought i'd brag!!!
~~robin

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two wasted bandwidth posts in one day sorry all!
marian--i keep trying to e-mail you and my messages get bounced back--i must
have the address written down wrong.  i was just wondering what was up with
the tree you were going to set up--did this ever happen?  do you need
branches--did i miss the boat entirely?  get back to me when you can!
thanks,
cami

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nice to see some people answer their email (unlike rcmgmt)
atlmag wrote:
>
> we do have an article about amy ray in march. it will likely go up on our site, but not until april 1. sorry to make you wait that long!


on another matter - i had a quite bizarre ig dream last night.  amy was
leaving a concert, walking through these big wire gates, i was standing
there hoping for a glimpse and perhaps a kind word (from me to her/her
to me whatever) and she asked if she could kiss me!!!!!!!!!!!!!!sure i
said (it was not a biggie, about three seconds in my dream state). but
get this.......she had whiskers.............................
i woke up singing nashville in my head.

what in the hell does that mean???????????????


penelope

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hey kind friends~
        anyone have any idea what happens to the messages *already in trash*
when you *flush* them again?  do they like descend to the ninth circle of
hell or something, b/c i can't ever find them again? :0 :o :( :.(

t-bird

i       tony "the chickenman" -- houston, tx                    g
n                                                               i
d       not content to bow and bend                             r
i       to the whims of culture that swoop like vultures        l
g       eating us away to our extinction                        s
o                                       - emily saliers

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i'm glowing. i'm wayyyy too happy. :) today we got (all my friends and i)
tickets for the concert in davenport. it took us forever to get through
to ticketmonster, but at last we got seats in the 19th row, which a
friend who has been to that venue says is going to be really sweet. and
then, i got to go be a guest dj on our campus radio station, on beth
gerloch's ultimate album side. she does an hour of just one band every
week, and this time was the indigo girls. we got so many requests! i have
my own show every saturday, but i probably got more requests tonight than
every show last term combined. we might do another one next term. it was
fabulous. *happy sigh*
  just thought i'd share. :)
  anyway, will someone please email me the information about how to boot
a concert? i might try it if it doesn't involve too great an expenditure
of moolah. :)

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

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ok, this is everyone that i have so far. if you want me to include you in
this, please send your name and score to me....privately!  come on
people...get those scores in!!!! you know you want to! corinne...what are
you sweetie?;)


enfp:
tucker
sherri jacobson
mary
anjenette
julie
julianna
meg

istj:
betsy...mediancat
dave
jen

entj:
tony...lone star

infp:
rex choi
wendell
leticia perez
susan malmrose
tom
leah beth kaplan
deb reiser

isfj:
anna...chickensoprano

enfj:
marianne barlow
mic...ten000wars
jofarn@central...
rich benson
cheryl
joanne

exfj:
andi

infx:
kira

enfx:
drew
jess

enfj:
sara mccutchen
deb odonoghue
tony...da chickenman

xntx:
laura braslow

enjf:
elizabeth...wishmonster

intj:
penelope
karen harper

estj:
mindala

infj:
tuesday's child

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i have thought about this, and the one thing about most colllege shows is
general admission and the tons of folks who only know one or two songs and
will talk throughout the entire show...

however, most of the college tour shows i've seen (brandeis and bates in
'92, unh in '94, dartmorth in '95,) were incredible musically, they both
seem so laid back on those tours, i will admit i was on a 15 hour round trip
ride to go and see dartmorth from bangor me, but amy was drinking tea on the
side of the stage in plain view and actually had a conversation with many
people in the audience.  i am not saying seeing them outside of colleges is
bad and i have heard horror stories about other college shows, but i love
the college tours because it brings them to more intimate feeling venues.
this does not include newport ff, because that is just a separate mecca of
it's own (least it was in 92 and '93).

go to duke -- go to every show you can and still be sane.

mike r.

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subject:      singin' galileo in history...

hey kind friends,
    everyone wish me luck, because me and my meager guitar skills are
going to be serenading my history class with galileo on friday in honor
of our studies of him.  and my answer to the question on the test for:
q:what was galileo's crime?
a:looking up the truth!

of course!

peace y'all,
leah (infp)

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on mon, 24 feb 1997 13:33:31 -0500 michelle files <ten000wars@aol.com>
writes:
>well, i'm an infj.  i guess that explains why i don't ever feel like
>anyone
>understands me-- only 1% of the population does!!!!! =)
>oh, well, i like being unique!

well, maybe nobody understands us, but we understand everybody. that's
what makes us so special.  ;)

                                tuesday's child (infj)


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each time you love, love as deeply as if it were forever.
only nothing is eternal.
-- audrey lorde
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joe write me real quick if you got a minute!

:) marianne

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|   ' ' |        orange sinking slyly down the trees...." -e. saliers
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subject:      fare thee winthrop
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bummer.

the minute i said winthrop was my favorite new song, i had a bad
feeling... i have this effect on things.  my favorite radio station just
bit the dust too.

anyway, i have been looking at some of the old archived digests, the ones
from '92 which was during the rop tour.  and a popular posting topic was
... "why didn't emily put fare thee well on the album - it's so pretty?"
so i guess we have to be patient and maybe in a couple years...

but she was singing ftw on the rop tour, so come on everyone - let's
practice jumping up and down, waving our arms and shouting winthrop in
intelligible unison.  maybe she'll get the idea.

> remember a ways back when people were saying they
> couldn't have both leeds and winthrop as solos?  also remember that lee=
> ds was really special to emily?  *sigh*  i could have handled two
> solos, really, icould have . . .
> -elizabeth

amy coulda made little airplane noises and flown around the stage...it
would work for me <g>.

alison  - founder of the semi-adult survivors of songs that didn't make
the cut 12 step program.  (step one:  make backup copies of your boots...)

p.s. where is the information about the track list coming from?  are
there people who already have this record?  how does this work?

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subject:      re: ig faq (nigc)

thanks to everyone who sent me the faq or the address to find it.
hopefully this will be the last time i'll ever have to ask.

kyle!

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   hey. sorry about the wasted bandwidth, but i need the loop tape info.. i
erased all of my previous e-mail messages (gasp!) and i have no clue as to
whom i am supposed to be sending my tape, blah, blah, blah. can someone
pulease send me the info?

tanks,
margot

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~~sorry kind friends, but all good things must come to an end~

here are the winners:
        free boot -     1. pj harris
                        2. wishmonster
                        3. wendell lee
        boot copy       4. emily monteer
                        5. elise
                        6. heather siefken
                        7. andrea crain
                        8. nick fessler
                        9. julie of ca
                        10. sarah wardrop

thanx for playin y'all! :)
if anyone wants to still try to answer the questions, i'll grade em of
course being the enjf "teacher" that i am :o :o :)

love and blueberries~
tony

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the bday goddess said:
>mmedido@aol.com (binky)
>happy 40th, claire!!!!!!!!!!
>happy fuckin' birthday, you asshole!  -carolyn
>

        and we loudly second and third that motion.  all in favo(u)r, say aye!

whoooo hoooooooo binkster!!!!!!!!!!!  happy bday!!!!!!

tracy & jeni <who were officially recognized by the city of seattle as
domestic partners today :-)  >

"mrs. peel, we're needed."
        - the avengers

~^~^~ now with a web page i am only slightly afraid of sharing...
http://www.geocities.com/westhollywood/5195/

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>
>well according to zen entertainment maps still coming out march 4th have
>we got and offical its been pushed back and if so when to
>

huh?!?

ok. anyway, can anyone tell me where elmira college in ny is (possible road
trip if not too far. hi tami!)

also, i am looking to trade for study hall november 1981 (45 min) with
madison square gardens ny april 10, 1989 (45 min).  i would really like to
have them both (so don't bother emailing me if you only have one, unless it
is the msg because i think that one is rarer). (nadyne, i know you are out
there somewhere!)  i have loads to trade.

yay all estj's!

lori


"she's a sad tomato.  she's three miles of bad road."
                                            rem

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        emily says in the kirsti reeve (uk) interview that chickenman has
long been her favorite amy song to perform..  is it any wonder???....
        .....what kind of soc will amy come up with for the next live
version....? ;)

gaaawdd! amy you're *such* a soulful genius!!!!  (that's me, t-bird a talkin' ;)
just in case you're out there listening amy, i *love* you -- heart & soul!!!
aaaww gosh, i feel like such a newbie...<blush>...<g> :)

so without further ado and mush... here is the soc from 4-26-95 at the tower
theatre in philly, pa --

        ...what do you think about all this spirituality stuff that makes
you feel all calm inside?  i mean do you ever meditate and look up in the
sky and see the stars and the moon and think about all the things you can
believe in?  but then you look out on your road and you see this dog got hit
by a car and it's itchin' and scratchin' and growlin' and barkin' and you
feel sooooooooo baaaadd.... you just want to take a knife and cut your
throat because you can't believe the world could be so evil..... but you
don't do that do you?  you think about yourself instead.  you think about
yourself and you go, "god, i'm glad i'm alive!!!  i'm glad i'm alive!  i'm
glad i'm alive....."

i'm not dead yet :)
tony

i       tony "the chickenman" -- houston, tx                    g
n                                                               i
d       not content to bow and bend                             r
i       to the whims of culture that swoop like vultures        l
g       eating us away to our extinction                        s
o                                       - emily saliers

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enfp here!

:-)

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hello happy list.  i was quite surprised to see the title of the new cd as
shaming of the sun.  surprised in that it didn't make much sense to me.
map was definitely lifeless so i am glad that it was changed.  sorry if
this was discussed earlier and my happy delete key got too happy but i am
scratching my head about this album title.  how does it relate to the
travel theme of the songs?  i was definitely not an english major and
interpretting hidden meanings is not my strong suit at all.  so i would be
quite interested in hearing other people's interpretations of the meaning
behind the title.  and maybe what they think a and e were thinkin when they
thought it up.  pray it isn't another "looked it up in the dictionary" or
"saw a cool plant once" story.  i hope it has deeeeep meaning :).  ideas?
if this has been discussed i apologize in advance but i doubt it because
the title was made list public only a few days ago.
        oh and i have to say i too am sad about the absence of winthrop.
and to think they kept that pesky leeds in there.  well every cd will have
it's one instant skip for  me i guess.  happy concert going--feels great to
be saying that.  happy cd anticipating and happy igc!!!  later

greg

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in a message dated 97-02-25 00:55:50 est, alisont@netcom.com (a. taub)
writes:

<< where is the information about the track list coming from?  are
there people who already have this record?  how does this work?
  >>

before you all start completly freaking, i must clarify i have no idea about
the accuracy of the info on the track list i posted.  i just found it on an
aol message board, and thought i might run it by the list.  if you want to
ask, the guy who posted it is lfkbear@aol.com .

west of bishes
shana (jak)

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anyone know the scoop on a song from the dugout boot (thanks again, kristen!)
called "if you live like that" (sorry if the faq addresses this, i only got
pt. 1)... is it a cover or original? my guess is one of amy's?  any other
recording of it?  i think i'm addicted... which makes not having winthrop on
map almost okay.

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subject:      re: any info on lasalle tix?

okay, i was out of it for about a week, but am back -- any new info on the
lasalle show you philly folks?

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karey weisman eals wrote:
>
> february 25
> cobweb@grove.ufl.edu (rich benson)
> happy 31st, rich!!
> i'm harboring a fugitive, a defector of a kind
> she lives in my soul; drinks of my wine
> and i'd give my last breath to keep us alive...
>
> amanda.leff@yale.edu (amanda m. leff)
> happy bday, amanda!!
> i am intense
> i am in need
> i am in pain
> i am in love....
>
> mmedido@aol.com (binky)
> happy 40th, claire!!!!!!!!!!
> happy fuckin' birthday, you asshole!  -carolyn


oh.  and me!!!  woooohoooo!  i'm thirty and feel every day of it!

scott
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were not here, and hold their manhoods cheap whiles any speaks that
fought with us upon saint crispian's day.

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>
> tracy & jeni <who were officially recognized by the city of seattle as
> domestic partners today :-)  >
>
i think congrats are in order for this!!!
wooohoooo to you guys!!!

:) marianne
   ___
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|   ' ' |        orange sinking slyly down the trees...." -e. saliers
|    u  |  ~o~
\ ___ /  -=|=-         **shaming of the sun, april 29, 1997**
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the birthday goddess wrote:

>february 25
>cobweb@grove.ufl.edu (rich benson)
>happy 31st, rich!!
>i'm harboring a fugitive, a defector of a kind
>she lives in my soul; drinks of my wine
>and i'd give my last breath to keep us alive...


hey y'all.....i just have to report....and this could very well be my fault--i'm king of typos, but i'm only 29.  that is depressing enough.....this 31 stuff....actually, it made 29 feel a little better.

-rich (sbmfc charter member and official mentor)
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this world falls on me with hopes of immortality
everywhere i turn all the beauty just keeps shaking me.
        -a. ray
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subject:      least complicated cd single

  i saw a least complicated cd single this weekend and i was
wondering if anyone could tell me if the 2 other songs on it:
mystery (studio version) and dead man's hill (studio version) are
the same tracks that were on the power of two single (with rockin'
in the free world).  i like to get all the ig stuff i can get but
only if it has new songs or different versions on it.

thanks
  kevin mitchell

e-mail: kmitchel@cs.utk.edu

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i was doing some surfing this morning and came across some vendors with some
of the harder to find ig stuff.  i have not dealt with either one nor do i
have any connections to them, i am just trying to pass along some leads on
getting things you might be looking for.  please do not email me for
additional info, this is all i know.

1.   the uptown lounge video is listed at $11.99, the screensaver at $9.99
(it was on closeout at a lot of record stores for $1.99 but i have not seen
it in awhile)

http://www.tunescds.com/cgi-bin/search.pl?s=indigo+girls

2.  if you do a search on indigo girls here they list shades of indigo ($40)
and a lot of the promo cds singles in the $8 to $10 range:

http://db.otn.com/vinylvendors/vinylsearch.html

best wishes

carolyn

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after hearing from a lot of you who really think that i am in watershed,
let it be said that susan marine and i were just kidding around with ya,
pallies.  that's not me at the end there, that's scarlett rivera (general
consensus, right?)  so no, i didn't _really_ play with them.  i figured
most people would know that but...  you never know.

now for some igc... why not winthrop, em?  i like that one so much.  i
cried the first time i heard it, at bumbershoot.  oh well.

corinne

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marianne barlow wrote:
>
> >
> > tracy & jeni <who were officially recognized by the city of seattle as
> > domestic partners today :-)  >
> >
> i think congrats are in order for this!!!
> wooohoooo to you guys!!!
>
> :) marianne
>    ___
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> |   ' ' |        orange sinking slyly down the trees...." -e. saliers
> |    u  |  ~o~
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>            /_\
>            ((
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sorry for a "me too " post
but i gotta agree with the coyote
congrats to you two!!!!!
you go girls!!
pooh

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        i finally broke down and took the test, and came out an infj,
which by the looks of things isn't all that common on the list!  it was
kinda creepy how accurate some of the description was, like being
super-empathetic which can be a problem sometimes, and always wanting to
help people, and how infj's don't always understand themselves.
        what was even creepier was realizing as i answered the questions
what a product of my parents i am sometimes!

happy tallying,
jennie

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marianne barlow wrote:
>
> >
> > tracy & jeni <who were officially recognized by the city of seattle as
> > domestic partners today :-)  >
> >
> i think congrats are in order for this!!!
> wooohoooo to you guys!!!


aalllll  right!!

congratulations tracy and jeni!!!!!


selena
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if we are to believe that guy on aol who posted the track listing, these
are the first two songs:

1. "shame on you"
2. "get out the map"

the shaming might come from "shame on you" and the of-the-sun might come
from the beginning of "get out the map" -- "the saddest sight my eyes can
see is that big ball of orange sinking slyly down the trees..."

just a suggestion...it's probably much deeper. :)

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

i only just read about the atlanta bomb (i've been away all
weekend), but i just had to send a message to say that i will be
praying for the souls of the dead and the living victims of atlanta
tonight.

john


"of course you realise, this means war...."

bugs bunny, various cartoons

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howdy y'all~

        thanks to all of you who posted your answers to the quiz!! however,
i was a little overwhelmed by the approx. *260 messages* i received
yesterday.  if you have not heard back from me you prolly have not qualified
for a boot.  if i didn't already *grade* your response and send it back to
you, then you'll have to grade it yourself from the answers below.  i'm just
plain tuckered out right now!
        nontheless, if you did not get a boot this round, "don't give up the
ghost, the show is not over!" <gm>  in another few weeks i will be offering
a similar deal for the grand emporium 7-18-89 in kansas city, mo, boot once
again all b/c of the generous carolyn spidle.   praises be.... :)

                                answers

#1      how fast was amy driving when she mowed down a family of prarie dogs
in the desert?
        a) 55 m.p.h.
        ------------------> b) 85 m.p.h.
        c) 100 m.p.h.
        d) 122 m.p.h.

#2      amy and emily's songs are:
        a) very emotional
        b) unpretentious
        c) heartfelt
        d) stripped down
        ------------------>e) all of the above

#3      what did the chickenman have in his hair?
        a) matted and tangled knots
        b) bugs
        c) dirt
        d) shit
        ------------------>e) all of the above

#4      the chickenman (according to amy) was:
        a) really gross
        b) really stinky
        c) not very friendly at all
        d) a jehovah's witness
        ------------------>e) really cool

#5      what type of fans do ig's have?
        a) angry fans
        b) amazing fans
        c) socially conscious fans
        d) loyal and supportive fans
        ------------------>e) all of the above
        f) b, c and d only

bonus:  (nigc) vic chestnutt is a:
        a) cynical guy
        b) grumbly guy
        c) drunk ass
        d) native of pike county, georgia
        e) great songwriter
        ------------------>f) all of the above

        in a magazine article i have, vic says he is a-d above :o

and once again the *winners* are:

        free boot -     1. pj harris
                        2. wishmonster
                        3. wendell lee
        boot copy -     4. emily monteer
                        5. elise
                        6. heather siefken
                        7. andrea crain
                        8. nick fessler
                        9. julie of ca
                        10. sarah wardrop

        wishmonster, i still need your snail addy.  the three free boots
will be out in about 5-7 days.  while the boot copies will be out 7-10 days
after i receive your blank tape.

have an indigo day :)
love and blueberries~
tony


i       tony "the chickenman" -- houston, tx                    g
n                                                               i
d       not content to bow and bend                             r
i       to the whims of culture that swoop like vultures        l
g       eating us away to our extinction                        s
o                                       - emily saliers

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>
> amy coulda made little airplane noises and flown around the stage...it
> would work for me <g>.

or maybe she could do a little pelvic dance like in the crazy game boot
(some of us) saw at the boston pahty - this is a must see for everyone!
and i think it would work for lots of us(;

>
> alison  - founder of the semi-adult survivors of songs that didn't make
> the cut 12 step program.  (step one:  make backup copies of your boots...)
>
step 2 - admitted we were powerless over their producers, and that
russell carter has become unmanageable...

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reply-to:     mmedido@aol.com
sender:       indigo girls mailing list <indigo-girls@netspace.org>
from:         mmedido@aol.com
subject:      really deep thoughts (migc)

well it's finally here...the big day.
today i am an official grown up. so i think i'm far too old
and dignified to have a nicknme like binky, so from now on
will only answer to "miss" binky ... either that or 'asshole' (heh, heh)

so i really don't have an ounce of igc in my whole head.
that's right...completely tapped out... but you know what ?
i'm tired of doing all of the work ...i think the indigo girls
should start a mailing list about me ! thats right !!! it would go like
this..

subj : party w/ binky

hey amy, if you were at a party with binky, what would you talk about ??
also...what would you drink ? i think we would drink really strong coffee,
chain smoke salem menthol lights, listen to eartha kitt songs and do
the cat dance while we talked about art and politics. that is if i could even

say anything because i would be so nervous !!!!
peace =)
emily

subj : a binky day !!!
i just had to share my great day ! i was in a meeting with some record
executives and they were droning on about sales projections and contracts,
when all of a sudden one of them said something about 'red ink'...ink !!!!
all i could think of was binky !!!!
i wanted to run outside and do the cat dance ! if she ever came to
one of our shows it would totally rock ! but i would be so nervous i
don't know if i could sing (let alone break a string <g>)!!!
may the force be long and prosper !
amy

heh, heh..of course they would have a seperate mailing list for each of us ;)
well that's about it..except this !!!
wisdom from kate walker on age :

when you are in your 20's,  you run around in circles slamming
into walls over and over, saying "woah !!! whatthefuckwasthat ?"

when you are in your 30's, you run into the same walls only you
remember them ; "oh ! i remember that one !"

when you are in your 40's, you see the walls a mile away and take
different route.

we'll see !
peaceout !
miss binky

"we are not going to live in a house of evil just to save a few dollars !"
(marge simpson)

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date:         tue, 25 feb 1997 13:49:44 -0500
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subject:      re: indigo-girls digest - 24 feb 1997 to 25 feb 1997 - special
              issue

hey guys,
   does anyone have a good copy of the new ig songs, winthrop, dgtgag, shame
on you etc...i could beg a copy ..... help!

thanks...

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date:         tue, 25 feb 1997 10:30:03 -0600
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from:         lone star <lonestar@dfwmm.net>
subject:      re: nigc: meyer-briggs test
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for all of you who've deleted the url but haven't played with the list's
new favorite toy of the week, here it is again:

http://sunsite.unc.edu/personality/keirsey.html

it has pointers to lots of info, an faq, etc. just take the "test" in the
spirit of fun. if you really want to know, be prepared to cut a check to
the sort of peopel l ron hubbard didn't approve of much.


.................
lone star                                       "the only thing to prevent
tony a.t. mendina                       what's past is to put a stop
lonestar@dfwmm.net                      to it before it happens."
                                                 --sir boyle roche

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date:         tue, 25 feb 1997 10:29:58 -0600
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from:         lone star <lonestar@dfwmm.net>
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at 11:15 am 2/24/97 -0500, joann melnik wrote:
>then.... what we need to do is create more amy's... either by birth or
>conversion.

yo! your list molecular biologist is here to the rescue. how many do you
want? they may not come out all alike, but they'll work for photo ops even
if they can't all write songs. and if that doesn't motivate you to form an
opinion...


.................
lone star                                       "the only thing to prevent
tony a.t. mendina                       what's past is to put a stop
lonestar@dfwmm.net                      to it before it happens."
                                                 --sir boyle roche

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reply-to:     lone star <lonestar@dfwmm.net>
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at 02:15 pm 2/24/97 -0500, karen harper wrote:
>as someone else mentioned, it was obvious that several questions were
>asked a few times over and i found myself sometimes answering the same
>basic question a little differently depending on the words used in the
>
>i also found it unclear on occasion whether i was answering a question in
>a professional or personal sense.  i happen to react very differently in

i believe that someone else also pointed out how easy it was to manipulate
this version of the test; also in private conversation with
vincent@dfwmm.net he pointed out that the phrasing of this version seems to
call for a description of your ideal person than of what  you are, e.g. "is
it better to be called an x or a y?"

but, it's a fun toy if we don't take it too seriously and it's the most
effective conversation starter on the list since map.

if you can write me a test that predicts my love of the indigo girls, 70s
high fi equipment, and powwow dancing, then i'll buy some stock in the
publisher. 'till then......

tony a.t. mendina
.................
lone star                                       "the only thing to prevent
tony a.t. mendina                       what's past is to put a stop
lonestar@dfwmm.net                      to it before it happens."
                                                 --sir boyle roche

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date:         tue, 25 feb 1997 14:07:24 -0500
reply-to:     joanne <indigo@kirk.anderson.edu>
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from:         joanne <indigo@kirk.anderson.edu>
subject:      the problem w/ tampons (obviously nigc)
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okay, normally i hate these forwarded message things, and if you do too, i'm
sorry.  but i know there's a lot of women on this list and even men have
mothers, sisters, etc and this concerns them.

i received this from an on-line birth center news letter that i get.  if you
have questions about the newsletter write to me.  if you have questions
about the article, the author's address is at the end.

joanne

>*******
>articles
>*******
>
>(this showed up on one of the lists i'm on. if you have questions, please
>contact kelly. her address is at the end.)
>
>the problem with tampons
>   by kelly fuller
>
>      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
>                1500 st. olaf ave.
>                northfield, mn 55057-1001
>                (fullerk@stolaf.edu)
>

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date:         tue, 25 feb 1997 14:20:09 -0500
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from:         liz turcotte <lturcotte@star.net>
subject:      re: nigc : atlanta bombing
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i read in the paper today (yes i was reading the paper...why are you
laughing?) that a group called the "army of god"  is taking the blame for
the atlanta bombing and the atlanta abortion clinic bombing.  it was a
hand written note, about 2 1/2 pages long, unsigned.

some people have no pride.

my heart goes out to all you atlanta list members. stay strong! take care
of yourselves...

-liz-

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date:         tue, 25 feb 1997 12:00:37 est
reply-to:     sundara rose murphy <sundarling@juno.com>
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from:         sundara rose murphy <sundarling@juno.com>
subject:      re: title interps?

greg so happily changed the subject to something i can finally
participate in:

>hello happy list.  i was quite surprised to see the title of the new
>cd as
>shaming of the sun.  surprised in that it didn't make much sense to
>me.

i've been thinking about this, and here is my little theory.

here are the three little pieces that i am putting together to come up
with this theory:

1.  title of amy's song shame on you

2. the line in shame on you  "my friends they wash the windows,  watch
them shine in the sun, blah blah blah....see what a beautiful job they've
done..." (okay, this might not be completely right, i can't find my words
to these songs, but you get the idea)

3. the somewhat political nature/social statement of the songs, at least
the ones we know of, (well, we don't know about shed your skin--but it
sounds political):
"shame on you"
"get out the map"
"shed your skin"
"it's alright"
"leeds"
"everything in its own time"

so,  my theory is that the sun represents the way that things seem good,
or the way people are busy doing there own thing, and not dealing with
all the problems the world has, this isn't coming out how i want to say
it, but i guess i'm thinking of all the meaning in the line of amy's in
shame on you.  and shame in the sun is how everything seems great, but
really, it isn't.  does this make any sense to anyone?  is anyone getting
what i'm trying to say and maybe have the ability to say it better than
me?  (since i'm up waaay earlier than i thought i would be and haven't
yet had any coffee, so my brain isn't functioning)

anyway, i just thought i would throw in my thoughts, as incoherent as
they might be, since i can finally participate (no mb tests for me!  and
no west coast shows announced yet-bitter bitter bitter me)

love,
sundara, president sbmfc and a vlfpcp (a vegetarian, lesbian, feminist,
pacifist, capricorn painter--so there! all you infp's and abcd's or
whatever)

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reply-to:     twb@zycor.lgc.com
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from:         trant batey <twb@zycor.lgc.com>
subject:      nigc: myers-briggs test

for those of you who can't get to the web site here is another version of
the myers-briggs type indicator.  i tried sending this to the list last
night but it apparently never made the trip.  the scoring template will be
in another message.

1) when you go somewhere for a day would you rather,

        a) plan what you will do and when
        b) just go


2) if you were a teacher would you rather teach

        a) fact courses
        b) courses involving theory


3) are you usually

        a) a "good mixer"
        b) rather quiet and reserved


4) do you more often let

        a) your heart rule your head
        b) your head rule your heart


5) in doing something that many other people do, does it appeal to
   you more to

        a) invent a way of your own
        b) do it in the accepted way


6) amoung your friends are you

        a) full of news about everyone
        b) one of the last to hear what is going on


7) does the idea of making a list of what you should get done over
   the weekend

        a) appeal to you
        b) leave you cold
        c) positively depress you


8) when you have a special job to do, do you like to

        a) organize it carefully before you start
        b) find out what is necessary as you go along


9) do you tend to have

        a) broad friendships with many different people
        b) deep friendships with very few people


10) do you admire more the people who are

        a) conventional enough never to make themselves conspicuous
        b) to original and individual to care wheather they are
           conspicuous are not


11) do you prfer to

        a) arrange dates, parties, ect., well in advance
        b) be free to do whatever looks like fun when the time comes


12) do you usually get along better with

        a) realistic people
        b) imaginative people


13) when you are with a group of people would you rather

        a) join in the talk of the group
        b) talk with one person at a time


14) is it a higher compliment to be called

        a) a person of real feeling
        b) a consistently reasonable person


15) in reading for pleasure, do you

        a) enjoy odd or original ways of saying thinks
        b) like writers that say exactly what they mean


16) do you

        a) talk easily to almost anyone for as long as you have to
        b) find a lot to say only to certain people or under certain
           conditions


17) does following a schedule

        a) appeal to you
        b) cramp you


18) when it is settled well in advanced that you will do a certain
    thing at a certain time, do you find it

        a) nice to be able to plan accordingly
        b) a little unpleasant to be tied down

19) are you more successful

        a) at following a carefully worked out plan
        b) at dealing with the unexpected and seeing quickly what
           should be done


20) would you rather be considered

        a) a practical person
        b) an ingenious person

21) in a large group do you more often

        a) introduce others
        b) get introduced


22) do you usually value

        a) sentiment more than logic
        b) logic more than sentiment


23) would you rather have as a friend

        a) someone who is always coming up with new ideas
        b) someone who has both feet on the ground


24) can new people you meet tell what you are interested in

        a) right away
        b) only after they really get to know you


on this next question only, if two answers are true, choose both
25) in your daily work, do you
        a) usually plan your work so you won't need to work under
           pressure
        b) rather enjoy an emergency that makes you work against
           time
        c) hate to work under pressure


26) do you usually

        a) show you feelings freely
        b) keep your feelings to yourself


which word in each pair appeals to you

        a                       b
27)     scheduled               unplanned
28)     facts                   ideas
29)     quiet                   hearty
30)     convincing              touching
31)     imaginative             matter-of-fact
32)     benefits                blessings
33)     peacemaker              judge
34)     systematic              spontaneous
35)     statement               concept
36)     reserved                talkative
37)     analyze                 sympathize
38)     create                  make
39)     determined              devoted
40)     gentle                  firm
41)     systematic              casual
42)     certainty               theory
43)     calm                    lively
44)     justice                 mercy
45)     fascinating             sensible
46)     firm-minded             warm-hearted
47)     feeling                 thinking
48)     literal                 figurative
49)     foresight               compassion
50)     hard                    soft

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date:         tue, 25 feb 1997 13:57:36 -0600
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subject:      nigc: myers-briggs score template

myers-briggs scoring template

1)      a-2j    b-2p
2)      a-2s    b-2n
3)      a-2e    b-2i
4)      a-1f    b-2t
5)      a-1n    b-1s
6)      a-2e    b-1i
7)      a-1j    b-1p
8)      a-1j    b-2p
9)      a-2e    b-1i
10)     a-1s    b-2n
11)     a-2j    b-1p
12)     a-1s    b-2n
13)     a-1e    b-2i
14)     a-1f    b-2t
15)     a-0n    b-1s
16)     a-2e    b-2i
17)     a-2j    b-2p
18)     a-1j    b-1p
19)     a-1j    b-1p
20)     a-2s    b-2n
21)     a-2e    b-2i
22)     a-2f    b-2t
23)     a-1n    b-2s
24)     a-1e    b-1i
25)     a-1j    b-1p    c-0j
26)     a-1e    b-oi


27)     a-2j    b-2p
28)     a-2s    b-1n
29)     a-2i    b-2e
30)     a-2t    b-1f
31)     a-0n    b-2s
32)     a-1t    b-1f
33)     a-0f    b-2t
34)     a-2j    b-2p
35)     a-2s    b-1n
36)     a-1i    b-2e
37)     a-1t    b-2f
38)     a-0n    b-2s
39)     a-1t    b-1f
40)     a-1f    b-2t
41)     a-2j    b-2p
42)     a-1s    b-2n
43)     a-1i    b-1e
44)     a-1t    b-2f
45)     a-0n    b-2s
46)     a-2t    b-0f
47)     a-1f    b-2t
48)     a-1s    b-1n
49)     a-2t    b-1f
50)     a-2t    b-0f

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date:         tue, 25 feb 1997 15:01:36 -0500
reply-to:     "keates, harry" <hak@crai.com>
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from:         "keates, harry" <hak@crai.com>
organization: charles river associates
subject:      xxxx on the mb test, no flame(r), and yknib
in-reply-to:  <0cca7b37011c0e00>

ok, i broke down and took the test, and even worse, i'm writing a post
about it.

according to the test i'm an intx, first one of those i've seen.
interestingly i've noticed  very few nt's at all.

what was kind of eerie, though, is that i was three responses from being
an ixxx, and only five responses from being an xxxx.
what does that say about me???   i'm not surprised because my reaction to
a lot of the questions was "well that depends on the context, it could be
either ..."

while i thought both the descriptions of intp and intj fit pretty well, i
think ixxx is probably the most accurate!  : )

on another note, can y'all believe that in the midst of all this nigc
posting on test results, mr. flamer posted about the happy list and happy
thoughts.  this is definately not the greg we used to know.  i think we
may have to come up with a new word for scathing  responses, "flame" just
doesn't seem appropriate anymore.  8 }

happy birthday   .sm  yknib   !!!!!   from someone who is old enough to
know where the walls are, but still manages to hit his head a lot.

harry a. keates,    member qb sbmfc.

show a little faith, there's magic in the night.

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hey,

am i the only person who is estj?????

mindala

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at 10:29 am 2/25/97 -0600, you wrote:

>at 11:15 am 2/24/97 -0500, joann melnik wrote:


>>then.... what we need to do is create more amy's... either by birth or

>>conversion.

>

>yo! your list molecular biologist is here to the rescue. how many do you

>want? they may not come out all alike, but they'll work for photo ops even

>if they can't all write songs. and if that doesn't motivate you to form an

>opinion...

>

hey .. with the new cloning technology ... who knows! *shudder*


just for anyone who cares, a bit ago i asked for help on names for a domain, la la la .. and we decided to go with area51. so my new fun email is raine@area51.homecom.com (i also receive mail at scully@area51.homecom.com *grin*) and if anyone _really_ wants to take a look-see at my snazzy homepage, it's at http://area51.homecom.com/~raine


some links may be broken in the move, and i'm updating as fast as i can ..


:)


merry tuesday,


rainishly amy

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hey,

my best friend has i copy of the 4.5 cd and i love it, the only problem is i
can't find it anywhere!!!!  i would love any help i could get.  thanks a
million

mindala

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ok, so i'm really procrastinating right now and finally took the silly
test.  i came up an intp, not something that seems to be common on the
list.  however, i was pretty borderline on all attributes, falling 10% from
the middle in each case.  that's not surprising.  my brother frequently
describes me as 'wishy-washy.'


                colleen

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no, it says "and they shine in the sun". i think.

                andrea crain *** internet: acrain@knox.edu
              *** knox college, galesburg, illinois, usa ***
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subject:      personality correction

not that any of you care, but i re-took that on-line test a few times and
came up enfp, which makes a ton more sense for me.  oh well, i knew it was
too good to be true.  now, instead of sharing space with the likes of abe
lincoln, i'm up there with ronald reagan.  *sigh* a dyed in the wool liberal,
this is not the best of compliments.  =)

-elizabeth

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got some great boots from da chickenman!  many thanks!!!  so, i was on the
train to kobe to do some shopping, and i was listening to "in with the out
crowd" that arrived today.  happened upon this small cd store, and guess
what i found?  none other than the cd version of "in with..."!!!!  talk
about karma!  thanks for reading this far!

sara
(who also found an acoustic boot cd of melissa e!!!)

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does anyone have any recommendations as to which ani cd i
should get for my first one???

thanks......

peace, love, & all things indigo,       _________
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is to help me take my life less seriously;
it's only life after all."   -- emily saliers

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i just had to share this indigo related story....

tuesday night last a bunch of friends and i went out to our
local hangout (a real "family" gay bar ala cheers). and the
only indigo cd in the juke box is rop. so we played it over
and over and over... with the songs in a different order every
time.

we were having a blast... singing along... dancing... partying...
playing pool .... it was a fun night.

so, over walks this girl from the bar (we were in the back by
the dance floor & pool table) and hands me a double cassette
tape. i say... "what's this"... she says.. "are you familiar with
the concept of random acts of kindness from the oprah show"
.. i say "yes"... she says "well, this is one.. enjoy".

i look at the tape and it is a boot of the recent philly, pa demo
concert!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

i couldn't believe it... i was sooooo moved.....


indigo girls fans rock!!!!!

just thought id share that special indigo moment.....i'll
never forget it....

....19 days till my first ig concert (hofstra).....

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ok, i finally got on the ball and took the personality test....dead on the
money, methinks.  i'm an infp......just in case you guys care...

lesley (who was blown away by the fact that two of her most favorite people
who she's always identified with are infp's too: anne frank and anne of
green gables....maybe it's because my middle name's ann...hmmm...)

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hi everyone.....

i was wondering if anyone has information on the proposed ig show at american
university on april 20th???

it just so happens that april 19th is youth pride day in dc...(two great
events in one weekend!!!)

this may be a useless question, but i heard somewhere that emily was becoming
more active in youth issues. if they were already in town.....maybe (crossing
fingers) they might be interested in doing something for the event. i would
appreciate any help or comments on this...even if it is just that i am
totally insane for proposing this.....

thanks
kate
who remembers when during her fathers midlife "change" he bought eight
personality testing books and the corresponding "what job is right for you"
books.
:)

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just an fyi...

this weeks people mag - page 90 - has a picture of melissa and julie and an
announcement of the birth of their daughter.  the picture is, imho, really
bad.  i have to wonder if magazines do this on purpose...  use bad pictures
in purpose because the topic (whatever it may be) is "unacceptable" or
"odd", etc.  you know damn well if it were a hetero couple (like sly
stallone and his recent baby - i remember the pictures were cute), the
picture they'd use would be flattering.

.. sorry .. just had to vent!

- jen hall

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the path at your pace very choice
is worth your while."  - emily saliers

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hey,
you guys heard about those scientists who successfully cloned a sheep,
right? i love it! just becasue i keep seeing these cute little sheep on
the cover of usa today and on the news.
anyways, i was talking about it with friends today. i was saying "i
strongly support the cloning of sheep." well, everyone seemed to bhe
worried about possible adverse effects and saying that it would lead to
the cloning of humans for bad intetnions. they were asking me why would
we need to clone people. now, i don't know and i agree that there would
be some serious issues to address, but i couldnt stop thinking
we could clone the indigo girls! more emilys! more amys! more music!
a new album everyday! concerts everywhere! as many versions of winthrop
as you can handle!

so, we could start a letter writing campaign to the geneticists of the
world maybe. anybody with me? maybe it would comfort amy's fear of non
existence.
i don't know, just a thought
david
p.s. loop three rules!
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question..."burn all the letters" and "shed your skin". anyone know what
these two songs are? "scooter boys"....doesn't amy say that in
"chickenman" duringthis past summers demo tour?
ben

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hello all you people in ig land!

had to share this....i was watching "e" entertainment television (so shoot
me) the other day and they were interviewing the "friend" who plays
"chandler bing" matt perry.  when the reporter asked him how he liked to
spend his free time, he said "relaxing at home and listening to tori amos or
the indigo girls."

swear to gawd...that's what he said.

ok, and only 'cuz katie "the lurker" grant asked me to, here's a new thread:

since we're on the subject of "friends," what indigo girls song would you
like to hear phoebe sing...i mean *try* to sing?  apologies to the ig, but i
think it would be funny...

(subliminal message to sundarling the pest:  maybe maybe big maybe we can
meet for coffee sometime between 4:30pm and 6pm thursday...don't hold me to
this...do you know where the embassy suites is and can you get there?)
joni :o)

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joanne m. wrote:
> does anyone have any recommendations as to which ani cd i
should get for my first one???

i would recommend "not a pretty girl" which i think is incredible!

thanx,
tab r._______________

at this point in my life
i'd like to live as though only love mattered
as if redemption was in sight
as if the search to live honestly
is all that anyone needs...
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would you please send me an updated tour listing.  i was told by a
friend that they were playing at the river center in the quad cities, il
and was unable to locate any information on the internet.

thank you very much!

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hey, everyone, guess what ig are doing this week?  recording the _second_
new album!!!  so we should expect two new albums in the not-too-distant
future...

my source:  the ig concert chair at my school.  she said folks at russell
carter's place told her when they were talking about the mhc show.  now
you don't have to email me to ask how i know.

margaret, who has been around long enough to know the drill...

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well...after goodtimes, penpal and such, there is finally a legitimate e-mail virus. but...don't take my word for it...check out mcafee.com's press release at   http://www.mcafee.com/corp/press/022497.html


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mcafee discovers sharefun virus; first macro virus to automatically email itself to unsuspecting victims


santa clara, calif. (february 24, 1997) -- mcafee (nasdaq: mcaf), the world's leading vendor of anti-virus software, today announced that its anti-virus emergency response team (avert) has discovered the first macro computer virus to specifically target users of microsoft's popular microsoft mail (ms-mail) email software. the virus, which is called sharefun, searches through a user's email directory and automatically generates and transmits email messages with virus-infected attachments.


"sharefun is the first macro virus to commandeer an electronic mail program and use that program to accelerate its own spread," said jimmy kuo, director of mcafee's anti-virus response team. "the virus is especially pernicious in that it tricks its recipients into believing they were sent the file by a trusted friend."


how sharefun works


sharefun is a macro virus which infects word for windows versions 6 and 7. a user becomes infected with sharefun when they open an infected word document. once an infected document is opened, the virus infects the user's microsoft word environment and then runs a self-contained random number generator which results in a 25% probability of the virus taking a second action. during this second action, the virus searches the user's hard disk for the presence of ms- mail, an electronic mail program which is bundled with the popular microsoft office suite. if the virus does not find ms-mail present, then it takes no action.


if the virus finds ms-mail present, it accesses the ms-mail email directory, chooses three random email addresses out of the directory, and generates an email message to each of the recipients. as part of the email generation process, the virus attaches a sharefun-infected word document to the email and creates an email subject line that reads "you have got to read this!" the attached document is the same sharefun-infected word document that was launched by the user.


once the sharefun virus finishes composing the email, it automatically transmits the virus to the three recipients, often without the knowledge of the originating user. upon arrival of the email, recipients will find a blank message. what they will see is an attachment, which will have arrived from a trusted friend or associate, with the subject line message, 'you have got to read this!'". when the recipient double-clicks on the attached document, the virus will activate and infect the recipient's microsoft word environment.


in addition to leveraging ms-mail as a replication and transmission vehicle, sharefun also infects all subsequent word documents that are opened by the user from within word. these infected documents can in turn infect other microsoft word documents as they are shared over a corporate network, transmitted via email over the internet or corporate intranet, or shared via floppy disk.

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on a lighter note, congratulations go to symantec because even though they have nothing online about the above virus, they do have a page discrediting the free money virus. i have never seen this one, but sav seems to think a lot of people are worried.


>there is a computer virus that is being sent across the internet. if you >receive an e-mail message with the subject line "free money," do not read the >message. delete it immediately, unplug your computer, then burn it to ashes in >a government-approved toxic waste disposal incinerator.

>

>once a computer is infected, it will be too late. your computer will begin to >emit a vile odor. then it will secrete a foul, milky discharge. verily, it >shall screech with the tortured, monitor-shattering scream of 1,000 hell->scorched souls, drawing unwanted attention to your cubicle from co-workers and >supervisors alike. after violently ripping itself from the wall, your computer >will punch through your office window as it streaks into the night, howling >like a banshee. once free, it will spend the rest of its days crushing >household pets and mocking the pope.


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just wondering if anyone out there is from oregon, or knows it well. i'm trying to plan a road trip to see ani's west coast tour in june, but can't find any cities on maps...


also...anyone care to recommend places we "must" go en route? we're driving from minneapolis to washington(maybe) and then down the coast to oregon, and maybe cali.


please respond privately...thanks...

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hi i am a huge ani fan!!!!!all of her albums are great, but my two personal
favorites are " not so soft " and "dilate". my recommendation would be to get
them all :-) but try these two first.
  peace love and all things indigo,
                                       kim

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subject:      re: nigc----that darn test

in a message dated 97-02-25 19:25:56 est, you write:

<< infp's too: anne frank and anne of
green gables....maybe it's because my middle name's ann...hmmm...)
  >>

i would have pegged anne of green gables as an enfp....she does draw a lot of
energy from the people around her, that incessant mouth and all....but as i
think about it i can see her as an "i".   actually, as an enfp myself i see
that i also identify with infp's my two closest friends are both such.  and
anne shirley....she is the main influence on my early teenage years...i do
believe that she and i are kindred spirits.
jennifer

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i thought they were en route to mexico ? with the lead singer of rage

daemon showcase was in nashville last sat. maybe they are recording there
for a few days...who knows.
mike r.

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hey y'all...
after a month of ( shudder ) no e-mai connections, i'm finally back on
line:) and the first thing i did??? well... i subscribed to the ig list, of
course... yeee haa! in time for the new release ( i hope i hope i hope... )
i've missed you guys!!!
( kim in 'couver??? ( hobbes, that is ) please tap at me...)
peace y'all... kim ( sorta-goddess ) in powell river...
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"don't tell me i'm burning the candle
at both ends... tell me where to get
more wax!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!"
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in a message dated 97-02-25 19:33:03 est, jcyr@mit.edu (joan m. cyr) writes:

<< had to share this....i was watching "e" entertainment television (so shoot
me) the other day and they were interviewing the "friend" who plays
"chandler bing" matt perry.  when the reporter asked him how he liked to
spend his free time, he said "relaxing at home and listening to tori amos or
the indigo girls." >>

he also mentioned this in the newest issue of instyle magazine. methinks matt
is *really* an ig fan...always knew he was my favorite friend for a reason
;-)

julie
jncalif@aol.com

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ok ig land,
i have tried sending the new tally about three times now, and i haven't
gotten it back...

i don't know if my server is messed up or what is going on, but has anyone
gotten it?  i sent one yesterday and got that one, but i haven't seen this one!

sorry to waste bw, but i just need to know so i don't send it again if i
don't need to!

peace all
tucker


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>ok, here it is so far.....please look through it and make sure your name is
on it if you want it there, and that it is correct.  i have already made a
few mistakes, and don't doubt that there are others....so if you are
interested in all of this...take a look.  also make sure that your name
isn't already there before you send me a message telling me what you are!
thanks all...gee this is interesting huh?
>
>peace
>tucker
>
>
>
>enfp:
>>tucker
>>sherri jacobson
>>mary
>>anjenette
>>julie
>>julianna
>>meg
>>christi stone
>psyche9
>elizabeth...wishmonster

>>istj:
>>betsy...mediancat
>>dave
>>jen
>>sue kwan
>
>>entj:
>>tony...lone star
>>alycia
>tricia

>>infp:
>>rex choi
>>wendell
>>leticia perez
>>susan malmrose
>>tom
>>leah beth kaplan
>>deb reiser
>>abigail
>liz palmer
>furhead3@aol.com
>karen a.
>lesley

>>isfj:
>>anna...chickensoprano
>>yen m tang
>stacy
>nick fessler
>
>>infj:
>>marianne barlow
>>mic...ten000wars
>>jofarn@central...
>>rich benson
>>cheryl
>>joanne
>jason converse
>jenna
>tuesday's child
>megan
>david rogers
>amy hannon
>fauzia khan
>jennie
>roni
>heather

>>exfj:
>>andi
>>
>>infx:
>>binky
>
>>enfx:
>>drew
>>jess
>>
>>enfj:
>>sara mccutchen
>>deb odonoghue
>>tony...da chickenman
>>marianne barlow
>avital
>kira
>pjhoopie
>christi
>
>>xntx:
>>laura braslow
>>
>>enjf:

>>
>>intj:
>>penelope
>>karen harper
>>mandi

>>estj:
>>mindala
>>lori brinkman
>mindy hirseh
>
>extj:
>sheri...seaphish
>
>inxp:
>kristen chevalier
>chris beck
>
>
>ispj:
>rose
>
>xnfp:
>minghan
>
>esfj:
>lanie bittner
>
>xnfp:
>corinne
>
>enxp:
>meredith ehn
>jennifer palumbo
>
>vlfpcp:
>sundara
>
intx:
harry keates

intp:
colleen

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hey all!

jocelyn and i were counting cds the other day and we were thinking that "shaming of the sun" might be the last epic album in the original ig contract. that could mean a new contract, i suppose. or, it might mean that ig are going indie! that's not a bad word, ya know? unless you're a big record exec or something like that. ani's indie and we bought her with no problems in our local cd shops back in oklahoma. of course, now that we live in atlanta, we get to check out even more indie action. in fact, we drove up to nashville for extravaganza and saw the daemon showcase: lift, rock*a*teens, belloluna, reversing hour and danielle howle and the tantrums.

daaaaaaaaaaaaammmmmmmmmmnnnnnnn!

we could've floated back to atlanta! five bands, all totally different, all incredible. our ears are still ringing! dig the underground. we had mail-oerdered these bands' cds when we lived in okc and, since transferring to georgia 2 months ago, had only gotten to see two of the groups live. so, this was a big thrill for us. btw, r*a*t's new cd, cry is just out and it scorches! new lift and reversing hour are due soon and belloluna and danielle howle said new stuff was in the works! we are acolytes in the church of live music and must attend services regularly. this is a great city for it, lots of good local bands (some great) plus visiting artists. we have reached the next level of awareness! ;)

peace and good live music unto you all,

susan (enfp)
and
jocie (enfj)

p.s. - apparently, however, if we want to see local greats, amy and emily (aka ig) in the next month or so, we should go back to oklahoma. we don't believe they've ever played there before. in fact, at a benefit meet and greet after the austin demo tour show, jocie goofily asked amy (as she was leaving the function) - "uhm, amy....what do we have to do to get y'all to play oklahoma?" she was kind and said something to the effect of, "don't worry, we'll get there." as she hurried away. well, well, well. ;)
ryan, you damn well better go and enjoy yourself. we are hoping our friend thomas, who is a music reviewer for the tulsa paper is going to cover it and will have to interview them. :)

"music is the brandy of the damned." - george bernard shaw

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>question..."burn all the letters" and "shed your skin". anyone know what
>these two songs are? "scooter boys"....doesn't amy say that in
>"chickenman" duringthis past summers demo tour?
>ben

i believe amy sings the first part of what i think is scooter boys, it least
what she had written at the time, right after shame on you on the santa fe
boot.  it was rockin, there were drums and  distortion on the guitars.  i
don't really know what i think about ig with distortion...hmmmmm.....
anyways.

recently someone was talking about chiapas bound and how they thought it was
missing something, i  am very dissapointed it will not be on the new  album,
but as i was thinking about it, does anyone else think this song needs a
chorus ??? it doesn't really have one and i think that is what it is
missing...just a thought...

later
sasha

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isfj here and it is right on the mark!  hmmm i wonder if isfj's are also
pisces??
i know i am.

rose

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-- [ from:  * emc.ver #2.5.02 ] --

hello all!

if you don't want to read the intro please skip to second paragraph

i thought it was about time that i stepped out of lurkville and started
posting.  i had a really, really cool idea this morning while taking one of
those lovely standardized tests during school today. i was put in this room
that was freezing and had pictures of fighter planes all over it and if the
picture wasn't a fighter plane it was a picture of the holocaust.  the thing
that got to me is that "peace thru firepowerr" was in huge letters on the
same wall as the holocaust pictures - it was bad.  obviously i got a little
upset and i was just trying to mentally get myself out of the room so i
started singing through all the girls' albums song by song.  then i
remembered that amy's birthday was coming up in april and i was thinking
about things that would be cool to get for her when all of a sudden i
thought. . .

what if we all chipped in five or so dollars* and gave a really big donation
to honor the earth as a gift to amy on her b-day?  if i was amy i would be
incredibly moved if people in  a collective effort gave to an organization
that meant so much to me.  i will gladly organize this thing if y'all are
interested.  if you are interested e-mail me at mandi96@airmail.net.  i just
think it would be so cool to send amy this big sum of money and a b-day card
from the list, whatdaya think?

*please do not see this as something instead of joining hte but in addition
to!

peace (not thru firepower),

mandi
mandi96@airmail.net

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i would like to find the mailing information on indigo girls fan club and you
help me.
susan cannedy

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well, you finally made me do it.  i finally broke down and took the
meyers-briggs.  i think i'm in a minority on the list, because i haven't seen
anyone else who tested out as esfj.  there, ya happy now?

dawn

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ok,  i have another obsessed (really old) fan thing.  instead of the
teacher saying "indigo" in world history last semester, recently we have
been talking about the "land of canaan" and then today - guess what we
talked about.  we talked about....strange fire! i was in my own little
world and then i snapped out of it and looked at the teacher really
weird when she said, "aaron's sons died because they made a 'strange
fire' on the incense burning table" *not quoted word for word*

while i'm at it - does anyone know anything about tcu?
how are the sorority people doing?  anyone de-pledged yet?

:) amber
thank you chickenman and abigail for wishing me a happy birthday!

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joann melnik wrote:

> does anyone have any recommendations as to which ani cd i
> should get for my first one???

i think all the pervious recommendations would make good choices.
yet, i would go with "imperfectly" first, then "out of range" and
"dilate".

enjoy,

mackey

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finally!!!

another esfj--i was beginning to think were no others on the list.  fits
me perfectly, too--

dana

on tue, 25 feb 1997, dawn kivisto wrote:

> well, you finally made me do it.  i finally broke down and took the
> meyers-briggs.  i think i'm in a minority on the list, because i haven't seen
> anyone else who tested out as esfj.  there, ya happy now?
>
> dawn
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marianne barlow <mlb1@axe.humboldt.edu> tapped:

>> tracy & jeni <who were officially recognized by the city of seattle as
>> domestic partners today :-)  >

>i think congrats are in order for this!!!
>wooohoooo to you guys!!!
>
>:) marianne

        <insert crimson blush>
awwwwww... thanks y'all..... gersh.  just fyi, the city of seattle does not
require any sort of residency to obtain this domestic partner registration.
that's right, anyone anywhere can register.  if anyone wants any info, let
me know.  during spring break i hope to add a "how to" onto my web page...
but not 'till then.

tracy

"mrs. peel, we're needed."
        - the avengers

~^~^~ now with a web page i am only slightly afraid of sharing...
http://www.geocities.com/westhollywood/5195/

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subject:      re: indigo fans are the best...... (totally nigc)

>>>tape. i say... "what's this"... she says.. "are you familiar with
the concept of random acts of kindness from the oprah show"<<<

okay, i just could not keep my mouth shut on the one. random acts of kindness
were not invented by oprah winfrey, that goddess of cheesy sentiments and
low-fat cooking. the phrase "random acts of kindness and senseless beauty" was
coined by anne herbert in 1982. it was published in the coevolution quarterly,
which later became the whole earth review, which, unfortunately (and i say
this as a subscriber 8-\) seems to be hibernating right now. for a full
citation, see http://www.noble.mass.edu/ref/random.htm.
kirsten

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x-cc:         edit@techie.com

considering that this virus report came from a company which stands to profit
financially from public hysteria about viri, i'd be a bit suspicious of it.

i advise y'all not to get your undies in a bunch until mcafee's assertion is
verified by an independent organization with no monetary interest in scaring
people with virus reports.

anyway, it looks like the virus only *really* hurts people who use micro$uck
software, so if you've done the right thing all along, it's no threat to you.
8-)

kirsten

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hi there indigo folks, and joann, i totally relate to your story because
there's this really neat person known as da chickenman who seems to be
constantly doing many unknown acts of kindness! a big thankyou to tony:)

by the way i like oprah.

minghan


on tue, 25 feb 1997, joann melnik wrote:

> tape. i say... "what's this"... she says.. "are you familiar with
> the concept of random acts of kindness from the oprah show"
> .. i say "yes"... she says "well, this is one.. enjoy".
>
> indigo girls fans rock!!!!!

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subject:      emily and youth

to whomever asked about emily and youth issues...i saw her speak in
the fall at a convention here in atlanta on gay youth.  she said then
that she is planning on becoming more involved in youth issues.
don't remember much else....i had just met her and was floating ; )
peace,
janet
if we respected only what is inevitable and has a right to be,
music and poetry would resound along the streets.  when we are
unhurried and wise, we perceive that only great and worthy things
have any permanent and absolute existence, that petty fears and
petty pleasures are but the shadow of reality.
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is that there is an exception to every rule.

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subject:      nowt in particular...

hi there indigo land
thanks for the birthday message on monday...i can't remember who does
the birthday list now, but thank you...it was a really nice surprise :)
i'm starting to get deja-vu from last year...lots of excited talk
about where and when ig are going to play and the frantic search and
buying of tickets.  and then there's us...ie the ones outside the us,
desperately keeping our eyes open for any sign of visits to other
parts of the globe!  i'm sure if and when ig decide to step across
an ocean, we're going to hear about it pretty quickly from the
list...i just hope its soon ;)
this personality test thingy...i saw the questions message and then
the one with scores on...call me stupid, but how do you get the
'infx' type result that you're all talking about...i can't get mine
to make any sense.
ok...back to lurkdom...i've got grain size analysis to do on 50
sediment samples today...oh joy!
happy days and love        helene

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>on another note, can y'all believe that in the midst of all this nigc
>posting on test results, mr. flamer posted about the happy list and happy
>thoughts.  this is definately not the greg we used to know.

:o :o :o :o

i am speechless for the first time ever---not!

ok--back to reality.  this is a mini-flame.  enough of this happy list
nonsense :).   i understand that we are all anxiously awaiting the new cd
and are trying to fill up time until that happens.  well how about striking
up a hobby--get out those garden tools--start preparing for your spring
garden.   go call your folks--i'm sure they would love to hear from you.
maybe you can take up the time by cleaning that nasty ring that has formed
around the drain in your shower.  or how about hand crafting a spice rack
that would put ethan allen to shame--then alphabetize all your spices.
these are all very productive things.
        my point--please lose the mb test posts.  i mean i usually have a 6
or 7 post limit on a totally unrelated ig topic before my flamethrower
emerges.  i have been very quiet.  it has pained me to be so quiet.  i know
i am not list king but i know that i am not alone in my sentiments that
say--this is the ig list not the 'introduction to personality testing using
myers briggs with a sample population that consists of people who like to
post on the internet a lot and like indigo girls' list.  i am sure that
list exists elsewhere--go find it and post there.  hell i am friggin
therapist and can't take this personality stuff anymore.  after the 50th
post i had to say something.  just like finish the tally and post it and be
done.  there is so much igc to discuss with all the new info and new songs
and new titles.  like 2 people responded to my igc post about the title and
3 zillion are still hooked on--omigawd--another ejms--thank gawd!  i agree
that the test is interesting and cool--i have taken it myself (hey
margaret)--but i think there's a newsgroup or psych list that would be a
better place to discuss it.  i am not alone here with these opinions.  i
still think this is a happy list though :)

it will really make you feel good
if you post a little igc
there are so many little perks
like you won't have to deal with me

flamer

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ok, here it is so far.....please look through it and make sure your name is
on it if you want it there, and that it is correct.  i have already made a
few mistakes, and don't doubt that there are others....so if you are
interested in all of this...take a look.  also make sure that your name
isn't already there before you send me a message telling me what you are!
thanks all...gee this is interesting huh?

peace
tucker

enfp:
>tucker
>sherri jacobson
>mary
>anjenette
>julie
>julianna
>meg
>christi stone
psyche9

>istj:
>betsy...mediancat
>dave
>jen
>sue kwan

>entj:
>tony...lone star
>alycia

>infp:
>rex choi
>wendell
>leticia perez
>susan malmrose
>tom
>leah beth kaplan
>deb reiser
>abigail
liz palmer
furhead3@aol.com
karen a.

>isfj:
>anna...chickensoprano
>yen m tang
stacy
nick fessler

>infj:
>marianne barlow
>mic...ten000wars
>jofarn@central...
>rich benson
>cheryl
>joanne
jason converse
jenna
tuesday's child
megan
david rogers
amy hannon
fauzia khan
jennie
roni

>exfj:
>andi
>
>infx:
>binky

>enfx:
>drew
>jess
>
>enfj:
>sara mccutchen
>deb odonoghue
>tony...da chickenman
>marianne barlow
avital
kira
pjhoopie
christi

>xntx:
>laura braslow
>
>enjf:
>elizabeth...wishmonster
>
>intj:
>penelope
>karen harper
>
>estj:
>mindala
>lori brinkman
mindy hirseh

extj:
sheri...seaphish

inxp:
kristen chevalier
chris beck


ispj:
rose

xnfp:
minghan

esfj:
lanie bittner

xnfp:
corinne

enxp:
meredith ehn
jennifer palumbo

vlfpcp:
sundara

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subject:      thin line tuning ?( nigc)

would someone please share with me the tuning of gerard's thin line?  i get
that it is basically g-c-d..but the arpeggiated g?  run at the start is
throwing me..

thanks very much...and i am looking forward to hofstra!! ( last show for me
was  new haven  ct palace in 1995)

peace and indigo dreams.....

andrew

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marianne, don't know if you are infj or enfj...sorry, didn't mean to put you
as both!!!;)
peace
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just another infj checking in :))
-sue harney

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on tue, 25 feb 1997, susan tomlinson wrote:

> hey all!
>
> jocelyn and i were counting cds the other day and we were thinking
> that "shaming of the sun" might be the last epic album in the original
> ig contract. that could mean a new contract, i suppose. or, it might
> mean that ig are going indie! that's not a bad word, ya know? unless
> you're a big record exec or something like that. ani's indie and we
> bought her with no problems in our local cd shops back in oklahoma. of
> course, now that we live in atlanta, we get to check out even more
> indie action. in fact, we drove up to nashville for extravaganza and
> saw the daemon showcase: lift, rock*a*teens, belloluna, reversing
> hour and danielle howle and the tantrums.

i don't know about in the states but over here i've been told their
contract may well have finished.   the owner of andy's records (part of an
independent record chain) in aberystwyth told me that there had been three
albums (ig, rop, so) and a compilation (4.5) released over here, which
usually means it's a three-album contract.   let's hope not, because i've
heard nothing about them signing a new one.

personally, my money's on them not going indie, even if their contract
with epic lapses.   i mean, it's by being major-label that they've managed
to sustain these various business initiatives, like the common pond and
daemon records, and it's unlikely that any indie deal they sign will
enable them to carry on with projects like this, and even if they do they
may have to scale them down.   which will be very bad news for a lot of
the atlanta bands daemon have got noticed in the last few years.

mat

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subject:      amy chords

anyone know amy's chords for galileo? all i can figure out is that it's
capo on first fret, starts with e. help! thanks...


-liz-

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in regards to the "real" virus scare, i must admit i thought exactly as
kirsten c...what is the purpose of folks making viruses?  i mean, how do
they stand to profit?  i have this strange aversion to large corporations
anyway, (they may very well be "the devil" himself...or herself) and i feel
like the only ones who profit are the folks who make virus protectors.
like they made the damn disease so they can reep the benefits of saving all
of us fools from it!  anyhow, that is debatable....

peas and carrottops.
sara

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yeah ok, i did it. i took the test. it seems that i am a "infp".   of
course, if i take this test again when it is not 6 in the morning, i'm
sure i will have a diferent answer....

-liz- infp and proud of it.

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does anyone know if there is any sort of compatability thing among mb
types?  the reason i'm asking is 'cause i'm interested in an enfp,
but i'm an isfj, and i wonder if that would cause major irritation
down the road.

thanks!

anna

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is trying to please everybody."  -bill cosby


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although i am new t othis list, i heard that on e too (i was channel
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someone just sent a message to the newsgroup saying zentertainment
(http://www.zentertainment.com/) says the new album is to be released on
4th march, and will be called "get out the map", not shaming the sun ...
she also says that this source is usually pretty accurate.   (on the other
hand, that's next monday!   i think we'd have heard a bit more about it by
now if that's when it was to be released ...)

mat

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mat writes:

> personally, my money's on them not going indie, even if their contract
> with epic lapses.   i mean, it's by being major-label that they've managed
> to sustain these various business initiatives, like the common pond and
> daemon records, and it's unlikely that any indie deal they sign will
> enable them to carry on with projects like this, and even if they do they
> may have to scale them down.   which will be very bad news for a lot of
> the atlanta bands daemon have got noticed in the last few years.

**  the following is pure speculation -- i have no inside information  **

it would not surprise me to se ig test the indie waters for one album,
perhaps the "folk album" that is currently being discussed.  the
problem with being an indie artist is promotion -- its tough to get
your name out.  indigo girls ought not to suffer from this problem,
having multiple gold and a platnium release.  amy already has the
infrastructure of daemon records so there is no additional overhead
there.  the sales revenues that may be lost because of leaving epic
could easily be recouped from not having a middle man between ig and
the product.  daemon could benefit by having an esteemed act under its
label, bringing in more money for the company to promote its lesser
known artists.  going indie would allow for greater control and
experimentation with the music, something a&e like to do.

there is precendent for national artists on indie labels-- ani
difranco and righteous babe does rather well, and ani never had the
benefit of an international promoter/label.  didn't frank zappa do
something similar?

and what if going indie doesn't work out?  who is to say ig wouldn't
sign with emi (or whomever) after the "failed experiment?"  there are
only so many platnium artists out there after all.

                                -- chris


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jen hall wrote:
>
> this weeks people mag - page 90 - has a picture of melissa and julie and an
> announcement of the birth of their daughter.  the picture is, imho, really
> bad.  i have to wonder if magazines do this on purpose...  use bad pictures
> in purpose because the topic (whatever it may be) is "unacceptable" or
> "odd", etc.  you know damn well if it were a hetero couple (like sly
> stallone and his recent baby - i remember the pictures were cute), the
> picture they'd use would be flattering.

you know, people magazine is little more than the "enquirer" or the
"star" except with a glossier layout and better paid "journalists."
given that, the more sensational the story, the more magazines they
sell.  (see jon-benet ramsey).  so the idea of a lesbian couple having a
child together is right up their alley (as far as jane q. public is
concerned).

i think that that bad picture was probably not a function of slight as
much as was a function of sloppy journalism.

my .02,
scott
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at 08:25 am 2/26/97 -0600, scott wrote:

>you know, people magazine is little more than the "enquirer" or the
>"star" <snip>  so the idea of a lesbian couple having a
>child together is right up their alley (as far as jane q. public is
>concerned).
true enough, but i remember back when melissa came out, people did an
article on julie and mellisa as a couple. later on, in an interview with
conan o'brian ( i *think* ), the subject of that article came up and melissa
seemed pleased with the way she and julie had been treated in it... that
they were under the heading "couples", as it should be. their relationship
was not sensationalized, but treated positively... or am i
mis-remembering?:) somebody correct me if'n i am!!
so, anyway, in light of that, why would people then turn around and do a
sensational "look at the freaks" thang?...
>i think that that bad picture was probably not a function of slight as
>much as was a function of sloppy journalism.
i bought people magazine yesterday in hopes that there would be a blurb
about the birth of their baby and after finding the picture, my gf and i
came to the same conclusion... a rushed photographer + sloppy journalism.
ummm... did anyone catch anything on tv about the birth?? i saw a short
snippit on muchmusic... but then nothing... i was so frustrated...
peace all... kim ( sometime goddess + infj )
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>

>what if we all chipped in five or so dollars* and gave a really big donation to honor the earth as a gift to amy on her b-day?  if i was amy i would be incredibly moved if people in a collective effort gave to an organization that meant so much to me.  i will gladly organize this thing if y'all are interested.  if you are interested e-mail me at mandi96@airmail.net.  i just think it would be so cool to send amy this big sum of money and a b-day card from the list, whatdaya think?

>

>*please do not see this as something instead of joining hte but in addition to!

>

>peace (not thru firepower),

>

>mandi

>mandi96@airmail.net

i think this is a wonderful idea. i mean, we do things on our own to benefit our own causes/charities/organizations, which may or may not be on the same itinerary as the girls, but an organized list donation i think would be a really really cool way of showing how much they mean to us, show our support for what they stand for and what they are trying to do.


what do the rest of you think?

merry tuesday,


amy

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delurking for a moment...
these bombings rile me up..i have more empathy for a moth than i do these
cowardly missed abortions with the souls of dessicated turds. guess i'll
have to try and get to atlanta for pride weekend...grrr.>:-x

oh yeah i'm an xntp..which as far as the i/e is pretty close. i suffered
from terminal shyness when i was young (hmmm..can i remember back that
far), but have managed to overcome it a little. so i guess i get to say
two prayers....

lord, help me less independent, but let me do it my way. (for the intp)
lord, help me follow established procedures today. on second thought,
i'll settle for a few minutes. (for the entp).

some igc..any one know if the american u gig is for real, and any ticket
info..email me  privately please :-))

back to my bone

the old dog
marilyn

i am a problem child- i've been wild all my days...(a.ray)

..still crazy after all these years.. (p. simon)

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subject:      origins of galileo/virginia woolf

i came across something i thought really interesting. i apologize if this is
old news...

last night i was reading "the craft of lyric writing" by sheila davis..it was
written in 1985 and i gather is a "classic".  anyway, there i am reading a
paragraph about lyrics on real people.  sheila asks the reader to try to make
sure the real people (subject matter) have universal appeal and are not too
narrow.   sheila then makes a statement to basically give examples of strange
or potentially challenging real people to write about:

pg 14  top par.    "nevertheless, if you are burning with a desire to
lyricize virginia woolf, galileo, or katherine hepburn, do it, by all means,
but - and its a big but- with the understanding that a lyric without built-in
broad appeal might get rejected by publishers".

could this be the scenario:  "its pre- rop, emily is reading this book and
takes sheila's comments as an idea or challenge to write on the
subjects....again, the book was written in 1985...

should we be expecting a kate hepburn tribute album soon ?

any insight anyone?

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hi folks,

just a quickie to share some good news -i've just become an auntie! and - my
bro and wife have called their baby ::drumroll::  emily jane!

cool name ;)

auntie seffy

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well, i just checked a few minutes ago, and i am officially an xnfx
: i can't be defined......

well, that's telling me something i already knew....

john.


"of course you realise, this means war...."

bugs bunny, various cartoons

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yeah, i think putting in money is a good idea - is there any way us
brits can get involved?

john.


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can someone tell me what they are saying...right after dgtgag  side
2..amy says.."save a .............." and they talk and then emily says
"i thought it was symbolic.."
what are they saying????
anyone?
e-mail me privately if you think i'm the only one who couldn't figure it
out
thanks
pooh

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hey i think this would be really funny......  phoebe trying to pick out a
song .....

"oh, here's one...'galileo'.....oh, no...too violent."

i bet her interpretations would be hilarious.

-rich benson (sbmfc charter member)
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hey y'all! well i've been lurking for ages. feels really strange to be
posting again. anyhow....i'm going to atlanta on march 14th through the 16th
and need to know the absolute "must sees," so i can try to pack em all in.
doesn't matter if it's ig related or not, although it would be nice if
someone could tell me where emily lives so i could see if she'd really give
me a bag of tomatoes when i knock on her door, or if she'd shoot me. ha!
just kidding. i would like to see her house though but that's not an
appropriate thing. i respect her privacy. oh but just to be on the same
street... grrr! i'll stop. i'm sorry. got carried away with the
possibilities. anyhow, i was wondering if some of you atlanta folks could
drop me a line and tell me what i should do, where i should go, as i have no
clue what to do in atlanta. thanks so much! i'll lurk once more.

jendy

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hey, all --

i have to travel to chicago for work in mid-march (3/19-3/23) and have nights
free.  can anyone suggest a cool club, music group to check out?  folk,
blues, rock or otherwise.  will be downtown and also near highland park.
thanks,

maria

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subject:      chiapas chorus?

i think what i like best about chiapas bound is that it doesn't have a chorus
-- in fact, what makes it special (at least in my opinion) is that it is more
like a sincere letter than a song.

it seems as though she has just lost the friendship/love of someone who is
special to her, someone she would like to be with, but that person doesn't
want any part.  this song is her last appeal to the woman...  it reminds me
of a place where many people have been -- you are in love with someone who
has a life that doesn't include you, and you can sit on the outside hoping to
catch a glimpse of the person, but in your heart you know you'll never have
them.

a catchy chorus would significantly change the meaning of the song for me.

kevin

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well, hmmm. if the girls want to stay with epic i can't imagine that the
contract wouldn't be renewed! but if they want to go indie, i also can't
imagine it will have any impact on their records' availability at this
point. they're famous enough at this point that it wouldn't make any
difference what label they were on - record stores would still order
them. someone brought up the example of ani - she doesn't have to have a
major label behind her to get her stuff in the stores. when you have the
kind of large, strong, loyal fan base the girls have (that's us!) then
you're probably pretty stable. and although it might be kind of costly
for them to have to hire people to do the promotion and bookkeeping and
so forth, they could probably also get bigger royalties from each album
sale. (like ani does. she's a shrewd one. ;) )

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okay guys i've been off for quite awile due to time constraints. and as
soon as i sign up again i discover the duo is on tour once again. so
would one of the kind hearted texas fans be kind enough to give me the
scoop on the tcu concert. ie. when tickets go on sale, where to call, how
much yaddda yadda. it's much appreciatted.

kristal
kec8144@unix.tamu.edu


thanks again :)
love luck and lollipops and tootsie rolls for cylinda

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hey there listers.  we have it from an "unconfirmed, anonymous source"
that the ig will be at the hult center in eugene, or on friday, april 4.
the source says that this is the only west coast stop on their pre-album
tour.  no information on tickets yet, we think it is being ironed out
right now, verily as we type this.  will post as soon as we find out.
so, west coast did not get left out!!!

sue and kathy

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kim wrote:

> ummm... did anyone catch anything on tv about the birth?? i saw a short
> snippit on muchmusic... but then nothing... i was so frustrated...

it's unfortunate (or maybe fortunate due to their much needed privacy), but
michael jackson has his baby that same week.  on mtv week in rock - they
spent, what seemed to be, 10 minutes on jackson - then a tiny blurb on me &
jc.  i also saw it on cnn.  so, it was publicized - but not over exposed
(like jackson).  and i'm sure me & jc preferred it that way.

now, i don't watch saturday night live, but it would be like them to
capitalize on this.   did anyone notice if snl did a "bit" on them?

peace,
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according to the whittemore center (at unh) web page
(http://www.unh.edu/whittemore-center/calendar/non-athletic.html), tickets for
the april 12 show go on sale this saturday, march 1, at 10 am, at the arena box
office or through ticketmaster.  ticketmaster has not yet posted this
saturday's sales (they will do that friday).  tickets are apparently general
admission, $22.50 to the general public, $15.50 to the first 1250 unh students
to purchase.  i'm not sure how many tickets will be available.

and if they sell out before i can get ticketmaster to answer the phone, i will
be very sad...

wendy palmquist

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hey everybody,
   for those of you who live in or around the chicago area, i called ravinia
and talked to them on whether or not the indigo girls would be playing there.
they said that they heard the rumor too, they said that there have been talks
between russell carter and ravinia in regards to them playing there but
nothing has been finalized. the ig are not on their list of groups so far,
they also said that the "pop" category has almost been filled, they will have
definite answers end of april beginning  of may.  they took my address and
said they'll keep me posted which in turn means i will keep the list posted!

keep your fingers crossed...

mjg

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howdy y'all~
        my friend got sick and can't go to this sold out show tonight :(
so if any houston area lister wants to go, let me know.  no strings....

everyone else i know is going to see reba mcintyre at the rodeo tonight ;)

tony

i       tony "the chickenman" -- houston, tx                    g
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hey everyone,

i am probably one of the only ones who scored istj.  anyone else?

donna

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hi ya'll,
forgive me for wasting bw, but i have to tell ya'll how excited that i have
found ig fans!!  i am in indigo heaven.  obviously, i am brand new at this,
please excuse me for any mistakes.  i have been a huge fan since 1989 when i
happened upon their "closer to fine" video on vh-1, since then i have been
in *love* with a & e. have only had the pleasure of seeing them twice, once
in orlando, and houston, tx.
anyways, since i have been transplanted from o-town to houston, was
wondering if anyone knows anything about the tcu concert? is it april 10?
any houston dates after the college tour?
i am confused about their new album, title and date of release, but i can't
wait for when ever it comes out!!!
glad i found ya'll   ig fans are the best!!!!!!!

peace, love, and all things indigo,
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just want to get any and all information available on my favorite band!

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i think this is a *great* idea! even by all pitching in $2-3 or whatever we
could afford it would make an impact, and i'll bet amy would be truly
touched. i'd just like to point out though that we should probably at the
same time get together a donation fund for emily's b-day (if that's what we
want to do) since hers is during the summer when many of us will be away
from the list.

:) 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 everyone,

carolyn has been nice enough to send me 2 boots from some shows in 1989.
the shows are:  memorial union terrace, madison wisconsin, 1989; and the
borderline, london england,1989.

i would like to set up a tape tree to handle this.  if anyone is
interested in being a branch for this tree, please email me asap.  i
will need 12 branches for the signs of the zodiac, one for canada, one
for europe and one for other countries.

thanks,

donna

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i can't remember how i know they're playing.  it may have been a dream.
sorry.  if you would do me a favor, would you please put this on the
list?
i'm not subscribed any more.  thanks. -leah

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lol *miss* binky you must be delirious.  somebody get this woman to an ig
show, stat.  i want 500 cc's of bone chilling harmonies and get that
machine that says "thanks y'all" every time her heart beats...this is
serious, team, we could have a chronic case on our hands here.

;) marianne

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hey all you socially conscious wonderful ig fans,
    i was looking through my hall closet and found this little rabbit
fur coat that i got for a gift when i was seven (and wore only once
which makes me feel better).  problem is i don't know what i should do
with it, my thoughts were with donating it to peta (people for the
ethical treatment of animals) so they could use it for whatever.  when
i brought the issue up with my mother (collector of useless childhood
junk) and she said to donate it to the homeless (living just north of
chicago, i know those cold winters).  what to do...help me!
    peace y'all,
        leah

yea indigo!!!!!!!!

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help friends!,

        i know spanish and latin and my roomie knows german...but not the
'language of love' (well--the spoken one that is).  can some kind french
speakin' person translate the following to english?:

        "la fixite du mileu interieur cest la condition de la vie libre"
                                -author unknown to me

i suppose you should respond privately, although it may turn out to be
something inspirational.

thanks a bunch,   ......cathy

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in a message dated 97-02-26 14:15:08 est, andrea write:

<< they're famous enough at this point that it wouldn't make any
difference what label they were on - record stores would still order
them. >>

that reminded me of a talk i had with a record store owner recently when
i was lamenting the small jazz catalogue in olympia...he was telling me
what hard times it is ror retail record stores, and how he just can't afford
have a wide selection...something about having to sell four copies of
anything to justify the order.... he said those record stores where
you can get anything are a thing of the past ...

i went back two weeks later and they were out of business...how sad.

i  now buy most of my music through mail order.. this means i have to be
educated on what is available, i can see how hard it must be for smaller
labels and lesser known artists. i can't help thinking about the stranglehold

that mtv and big radio have on who rises and falls in the music biz,
and i resent the hell out of it (as you all know from my occasional rants ;)
...i really miss being able to get lost for hours browsing the racks ....

i guess the point is, i'm not so sure anymore about ig's success being
assured. ( i guess you just may be right mr. sticka ;)
boy...i'm just a little ray o' sunshine, aint i ?
luv,
miss binky
"we are not going to live in a house of evil just to save a few dollars !"
(marge simpson)

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        so, the amazing supreme bday goddess and i were chatting today (actually,
i think i was just keeping her from getting to her class anywhere near on
time) and it turns out that we have anecdotal evidence that a good portion
of us pnwers (and kiminy probably, who would be a pswer in her respective
nation) will be celebrating our anniversary of being on the ig list next
month.  just sleep deprived and half-trying we came up with four of us.
this is, imowo (in my often wrong opinion) more than enough of us to
warrant a get-together.  (heck, i was considering thinking of using the
lame "spring is coming" or even the better "map is coming" excuse, but hey
- now there are 2 additional excuses we can save for later!)

        off list, how 'bout the pnwers let me know if y'all agree and if anyone
wants to organize something??  off list, i say again, just to make flamer
smile.  cute teeth, greg!

        obligatory igc:  so in my physiological psychology class i have to
memorize a herd of brain terms and places.  the one i will probably never
ever forget and can't wait to answer on the test this friday is:
*amy*gdala: the center of emotion. okay okay, it wasn't terrific igc, but i
will come up with something better later, k?  oh and by the way, according
to my prof, "if you stimulate the amygdala, you can elicit many strong and
diverse emotions".  naturally, in my notes i shorten to "amy: center of
emotion"


"mrs. peel, we're needed."
        - the avengers

~^~^~ now with a web page i am only slightly afraid of sharing...
http://www.geocities.com/westhollywood/5195/

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i'm back!!! i don't have any mail past the 18th of february, but i'm
back....(mailbox got full) *shrugs and grins*
i sent some pics to be scanned by a pal of mine, so if you're wondering
what i look like, here goes....
http://jeremy.marx.sparknet.net/gallery/sr.jpg
http://jeremy.marx.sparknet.net/gallery/sr1.jpg
huggers to everybody
nine more days to galveston!!!!
(and i get stuck with the bead-mobile)
i'm kidding girls!!!! *hugs*
i'll let you in on the "bead" joke when you pick me up on friday
...*snickers* you're gonna roll, it's so funny...
anyway, i missed all you funky people out there in ig listland....you
really know how to make a girl laugh, sing, dance, and sing after a
stressing day at the office :)
take care
-sal

"...give me lif give me pain give me myself again" -tori amos "little earthquakes"
"..and when i see a car with a bumper sticker i don't like, i just wanna speed up and ram it" -a. ray (i think that's how it goes...anyway, i'd do it to...if i  had another car... *grin*)

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seffy

        as they say around my family dinner table

        mazel tov ;-)

jules

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

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could i get on the mailing list please i don't know if it real mail=) or
electronic so you have my email here is the other garb=)

kyle souza
1225 bodwell road apt. # 7
manchester, nh 03109

thanks a bunch...=) kyle

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come listen to the honor the earth benefit rebroadcast at
monsterbit.com/live.html!!!!

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on wed, 26 feb 1997 16:15:26 -0600 abigail <abaroo@execpc.com> writes:
>i think this is a *great* idea! even by all pitching in $2-3 or
>whatever we
>could afford it would make an impact, and i'll bet amy would be truly
>touched. i'd just like to point out though that we should probably at
>the
>same time get together a donation fund for emily's b-day (if that's
>what we
>want to do) since hers is during the summer when many of us will be
>away
>from the list.


how 'bout putting together a donation to a major youth group org. for em?
i think she'd like that.

                                        tuesday's child


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only nothing is eternal.
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could someone e-mail me and let me know what the web page address is for the
hte concert broadcast over the internet - i believe that it is tonight.

thanks,

stacey

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just in case anyone is wondering/did not know/did not remember,

the official site for the newport folk fest is www.newportfolk.com.  they
say that artists will be anounced in mid may.

gee, you can't tell i am already pumped about the festival can you... :)

john cooperider

connecticut, usa

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1996 newport folk festival pictures are at:
http://www.ctol.net/~coop/folkpage/newport.html

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  how 'bout putting together a donation to a major youth group org.
  for em?
  i think she'd like that.

hey, if anyone is willing to organize a collection, i know the
organization that it should go to.  there is a non-denominational youth
group in central ohio that has been around for over twenty years.  they
meet once a week to discuss current events and social issues (i.e.
racism, sexism, gay rights, native american issues, governmental policy,
the environment, and other stuff).  every year they spend a week in
michigan, virginia, west virginia, indiana, or the carolinas, into any
town that will take over a hundred hardworking and ideological teens.
they work through habitat for humanity or any similar organization to
build houses or fix houses for families who cannot afford them.  they
actually build entire houses in a week.  this youth group is forced to
raise their own money for lumber, concrete, roof shingles, and anything
else that they need.  donations of this sort could really help a good
thing keep going for another twenty years.  anyway, what better way to
celebrate a wonderful birthday.  please contact me through private email
if you want to help out or want more info.  i can direct you to the
leader of this incredible group.  (her name is syd, and is great to talk
to if you have any questions about what the group is around for.)  if
you're interested, let me know.  greg manter.


                                                               "work is
love made visible"

-youth group mission statement

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with all the discussion recently about the myers-briggs test, i thought some of
you all (especially writers among us) might be interested to know about a
very interesting book (that i happen to have, btw).  it's called "writing
and personality:  finding your voice, your style, your way,"  by john k.
ditiberio and george h. jensen, and published by davies-black publishing.
this book incorporates the myers-briggs type indicator (which was based on
carl jung's own system) in showing the many different writing personalities.
it's a really enlightening book.  check it out...

peace and psychology,

joan :-d

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on wed, 26 feb 1997, binky wrote:

> he said those record stores where
> you can get anything are a thing of the past ...

i am very thankful forone of the music stores in my hometown which
*does* carry just about anything, and they'll order it for you if
they don't have it.  i was blown away to find *several* copies of all
of ani's stuff there, and they re-stock it, too.  this store has
grown over the past few years and continues to grow.  if ig does go
indie, i know that at least places like this one will carry them,
even if the "big" chains won't.

besides, there will be lots of us out there to educate the world on
good music!  :)

anna


"life as an actor is a bit easier to take if you admit you're bonkers."  -michael shurtleff


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

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apologizing in advance for bandwidth..
i'm assuming that we're going to be buying the meat-products (for us
omnivores)  in galveston...just wait until you taste my brother's
homemade bbq sauce *grins, rubs hands together and licks lips* it's good
stuff...
also: since i seem to be in charge of bringing the vcr, i have a list of
available movies...i'm not a pack mule, so place your votes (privately)
and/or requests (if i don't have it, i'll rent it for ya ) and i'll take
the most bids for what i can fit in my duffle bag :)
i'm not leaving home without any tape with ig in it, so don't worry
about bringing latul, watershed, bots, or the london show...or the
letterman showing of bmhawk.... don't want to be responsible for other's
tapes, so i'll just bring my own and if you intend on bringing any
others, use the vcr at your own risk...it's shouldn't be a problem, i'm
just covering my ass....
here we go...i've got more of a selection than this and like i said, if
i don't have it, i'll rent it...i've got four video club cards :)
-home movies of salray and pals?? (good idea to bring your own home
movies if you wish), grease, pretty in pink, dorothy parker and the
viscious circle, se7en, angus (hey....i like that movie...it's cute),
heavy metal (edited *yawn*), rock and rule (edited *yawn*), american pop
(edited *yawn*), monty python (edited *yawn*)
[just a note: any of the edited can be rented...so if you like
gratuitous violence and full frontal nudity, just say the word,
otherwise you get the sesame street versions...]
....the who "the kids are allright", the who "tommy", jesus christ
superstar (ted nealy) and if anyone has the atlanta artists release of
jcs please bring it...., the mask, impromtu (judy davis "the ref" and
hugh grant "duh!") it's really good if you like those artsy fartsy
flicks...i do :). st. elmo's fire (the best "friends" movie of all time
along with the breakfast club), forrest gump, waiting to exhale, dead
poet's society, speed, disclosure, mixed nuts, etc. etc. etc.
that should be all for now...get in touch with me and let me know what's
up...so far the count is 13 almost 14... nine more days!!!
-sal
i'll also be bringing a wide variety of music...

"...give me lif give me pain give me myself again" -tori amos "little earthquakes"
"..and when i see a car with a bumper sticker i don't like, i just wanna speed up and ram it" -a. ray (i think that's how it goes...anyway, i'd do it to...if i  had another car... *grin*)

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uuuuhhhhh............

subscribe:binky mailing list (amy)

hey remember us ? we played at bumbershoot last
august and you were in the crowd taking pictures !!!
we wanted to play "down by the river" so we could see the
"famous" interpretive dance, but our band was captured by
aliens (they gave them back later). we hope you come to
see us this summer at the pier ! bring your friends and
do the 'cat dance" !!!!
peace !
amy and emily


(heh, heh...just kidding ;)
(oh bite me...i'm old :) mb
[heeey...they bounced this back to me because it looked like
an real listserve command...clever !! ;) ]

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entp.

tested in seventh, ninth, and eleventh grades; i don't think i have changed
since then.
deirdre

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hey,
i just got levees that break in my heart today and i wanted to make sure
that everyone who has it realizes that there is a hidden track at the
end. its amy singing problem child and its great. i found it by
accident, thats how i always find hidden tracks. y'know youre too lazy
to get up and change cds so you just let it keep playing.
thats all,
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hi all

ok, here's the deal.  a fellow listee

(who is in her own words "too shy" to post to the list, so if anyone wants
something to do, email tami at imat39@durham.net with words of encouragement)

and i both have march 8 to 16 off for march break (we are teachers) and we
are interested in possibly making a road trip to see the girls.  we are
hoping there are  some dates of shows during that time at venues not too far
from toronto/niagara falls (like 4 or 5 hours maybe).  we are looking into
elmira college in ny but the date is the 18th (i think).  so, i accidently
trashed the tour dates and i am requesting some help.  it would also really
help if it is possible to get tickets for the shows over the phone.

also, i really want the madison garden april 10 1989 show (45 min) and study
hall 1981 (45 min) so puhlease can someone offer to trade these with me?!?
pretty please?

btw, ig fan mathew perry is from, you guessed it, canada!

thanks tons,
lori


"she's a sad tomato.  she's three miles of bad road."
                                            rem

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greetings to all in the land of indigo!

i guess the heading said it all.  does anyone know if the spring
colleges tour is going to be a duo, like the first half of the
demo-tour, or will jerry and sara be with them?

i kind of want to hear the new songs with a full band behind them,
but i really enjoy the interaction that happens with the audience
when it is just the two of them.

any guesses or answers to this one?

take care and peace!

-deb

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hey guys!

        this is a great idea.  if we could set up some system of collection,
and if everybody who cares could give what he/she could, this could be the
perfect birthday present for amy.  we have to get going on it, though...
we're only going to have, like, a month to get the donations all organized
and send it with a card...  so who can we trust to be responsible for the
whole operation?  ideas?...  let's be people of action!!

:)  lisa

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i too would love some info. on the wheaton college show.  i'm also going to
the show at mt. holyoke college- march 13.  anyone else?
keep the faith-
emily  (such a lucky name to be born with...)

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well just a few weeks after it was opened, the indigo girls list archive
has been closed down again.   anyone know why this was?   did someone
complain that they didn't want their earlier posts made public?

mat

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okay, i *can't* believe i let myself get sucked in, but when you guys
posted the test on the list i just _had_ to take it.  my only problem is
that i have no idea how to score it, even though y'all posted the scoring
-- i wrote down how many of each letter i got, but, um, what do the zeros
mean?  and how do i figure out what my final letters are?  and what do
they mean?  ack!

help...

debbie

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at 10:53 pm 2/26/97 -0500, mandi96@airmail.net wrote:


>think it would be cool if we had a card and/or some stuff that listees

>drew/wrote that could be delivered with the money, so get those creative

>juices flowing!


don't most places send out a card?


for example, a friend of mine made a donation to the aids foundation in my name, and i received a beautiful card for the organization .. you know the kind ..


"alysson delange has donated $20 to our cause in your name.

merry christmas"


something like that. so ours would go to amy, and say, "the online indigo-girls mailing list has made a donation of a bajillion dollars in your name. happy birthday"


along with this, couldn't we all just send our money/checks/moneyorders to the organization ourselves and not have to worry about the organization of it? say i send in $5, with the list and my name as the contributor, donating in amy ray's name. i think this would be good for a few reasons.


1) no one's handling your money except you and hte.

2) your name is given to hte and ar.

3) hte will get such an influx of donations that they will probably send just one card to amy, and if not, she'll get like tons and tons of cards from all these people from the mailing list making donations in her name. that'd be cool, either way.

4) the person organizing this won't have a constant headache (i organized the loop stuff, beleive me, i know)

5) i can't think of any more ..


ok, just my ideas, i'd love to hear more, either way, i'm glad to know this is going to happen, i think it's a great idea. i originally thought this would be a joint thing, that we'd make donations to the indigo girls, not just ar, but if we do another for em on her b-day, it'd be cool :)

amy

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thanks to tony, audrey b. stein, lesley, and everyone else for the fun
tapes!  i am in heaven....until i can see ig again!

welcome back, salray!  we missed you (or at least i did...)

and someone wanted to know about the upcoming tour...the first month is
college rounds, with only a small acoustic band as accompanyment.  after
the shaming release, a larger, louder, more electric tour will follow.
(according to perry at rdr).

peas and carrottops,
sara

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hey kind friends~ (and salray, anj, and margot -- i'm *finally* realizin'
who the 'late-night' people are besides me :o)

        for you folkies, including pj and t. fears, i just got back from
seeing iris dement, okay like maybe an hour and half ago, but i am still
floored by her artistry. :)
her songs are among the most emotional songs i've ever had the pleasure of
hearing :) (can you tell i'm an nf person?)
        my favorite song of the evening was "no time to cry".  it inspired
*me* to cry, the second time in a week, i've cried over artistic beauty :o
:o  i swear i'm not usually like this... it must be yoouse guys doing this
to me...????
        or it must be the work of the *devil*, bringing all this beauty and
love and appreciation upon my soul... ooohh, and of course, it's miss binky
also.. ;) :)
        the other deaaly i sobbed over was a supremely magnificent
presentation at the houston museum of natural science of margaret mee's
pencil and watercolor drawings were the most magnificent artworks i've ever
seen.   mrs. mee spent over 40 years of her life in the brazilian rainforest
and during the same period over 1/3 of the rainforest was lost due to man...
        **personal soap box** support honor the earth, sierra club, seventh
generation fund and other environmental organizations :) :)
        back to the subject, i can't wait to go buy all of iris dement's cds
tommorrow!!!!   her voice is unequalled in character and her presentation is
amazing :)
she is extremely cute besides, but alas married.... i am in love....
nonetheless!!!

love and blueberries~
tony

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hi everyone.  i'm fairly new to the list and would like to introduce myself.

my name is lisa and i've been a fan of the ig since i first saw the "closer
to fine" in 1989 (?). i have a couple of questions for you all.

1) i saw that someone posted about the newport festival.  does anyone
know the dates that this takes place?

2) i'm looking for a good boot of the ig.  can someone supply me with
names of good boots to try and trade for?

thank you very much,
lisa

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at 09:42 am 2/27/87 -0500, amy s. wrote:

>don't most places send out a card?

hi amy and listees :)  i've dealt with hte (bought junk *and conversation*
and became a member) and i'm under the *definite* impression that hte
administration is not that organized.  it's prolly run by volunteers so
whatcha expect, huh?

also i think the gift will have more impact coming as a lump sum, with a
*special* message from us (card, whatever...)

>along with this, couldn't we all just send our money/checks/moneyorders to
the organization ourselves and not have to worry about the organization of
it? say i send in $5, with the list and my name as the contributor, donating
in amy ray's name. i think this would be good for a few reasons.
>
>1) no one's handling your money except you and hte.
>2) your name is given to hte and ar.
>3) hte will get such an influx of donations that they will probably send
just one card to amy, and if not, she'll get like tons and tons of cards
from all these people from the mailing list making donations in her name.
that'd be cool, either way.
>4) the person organizing this won't have a constant headache (i organized
the loop stuff, beleive me, i know)
>5) i can't think of any more ..
>
>ok, just my ideas, i'd love to hear more, either way, i'm glad to know this
is going to happen, i think it's a great idea. i originally thought this
would be a joint thing, that we'd make donations to the indigo girls, not
just ar, but if we do another for em on her b-day, it'd be cool :)
>amy


tony

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subject:      (sigc) starting my boot collection

ok....my question is:

how can i start my ig boot collection when i have no boots to begin with?
it seems to be all about trading, however, i have nothing to trade!
thanks for any and all help...


-liz-

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>enfp:
>>tucker
>>sherri jacobson
>>mary
>>anjenette
>>julie
>>julianna
>>meg
>>christi stone
>psyche9...jessica
>lizabeth...wishmonster
trant
stacey

>>istj:
>>betsy...mediancat
>>dave
>>jen
>>sue kwan
>
>>entj:
>>tony...lone star
>>alycia
>tricia

>>infp:
>>rex choi
>>wendell
>>leticia perez
>>susan malmrose
>>tom
>>leah beth kaplan
>>deb reiser
>>abigail
>liz palmer
>furhead3@aol.com
>karen a.
>lesley

>>isfj:
>>anna...chickensoprano
>>yen m tang
>stacy
>nick fessler
>
>>infj:
>>marianne barlow
>>mic...ten000wars
>>jofarn@central...
>>rich benson
>>cheryl
>>joanne
>jason converse
>jenna
>tuesday's child
>megan
>david rogers
>amy hannon
>fauzia khan
>jennie
>roni
>heather

>>exfj:
>>andi
>>
>>infx:
>>binky
>
>>enfx:
>>drew
>>jess
>>
>>enfj:
>>sara mccutchen
>>deb odonoghue
>>tony...da chickenman
>>marianne barlow
>avital
>kira
>pjhoopie
>christi
>
>>xntx:
>>laura braslow
>>
>>enjf:

>>
>>intj:
>>penelope
>>karen harper
>>mandi

>>estj:
>>mindala
>>lori brinkman
>mindy hirseh
>
>extj:
>sheri...seaphish
>
>inxp:
>kristen chevalier
>chris beck
>
>
>ispj:
>rose
>
>xnfp:
>minghan
>
>esfj:
>lanie bittner
>
>xnfp:
>corinne
>
>enxp:
>meredith ehn
>jennifer palumbo
>
>vlfpcp:
>sundara
>
intx:
harry keates

intp:
colleen

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hey everyone!
i am desperately trying to find out info about the american show- like can i
get tickets?? please let me know if you know anything! also, i hate to bring
in another band- but does anyone know what cowboy junkies are up to now??
thanx all!
--kc

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> -- i wrote down how many of each letter i got, but, um, what do the zeros
> mean?  and how do i figure out what my final letters are?  and what do
> they mean?  ack!

hi debbie, et al,

i posted the test.  the 0's don't mean anything special.  the questions w/
0's just tested one personality trait.  if you answer one way it implies
a particular bias, but answering the other way did not neccessarily indicate
a bias, so it counted as a 0.

basicly there are four sets of letters,
        e vs i          extravert - intrevert
        s vs n          sensing   - intuitive
        t vs f          thinking  - feeling
        j vs p          judging   - precieving

say your scores are as follows  14e, 3i, 15s, 2n, 7t, 10f, 4j, 13p.

to evaluate this you would put them in pairs,

        14e - 3i
        15s - 2n
        7t  - 10f
        4j  - 13p

this would indicate you are an esfp, or extraverted, sensing, feeling, and
precieving person generaly speaking.  notice also by the scores, that you
would have a strong bias toward being an extravert, and sensing, but not
as strong a bias toward feeling.  there is also a fairly strong bias toward
precieving.

each personality type has its own basic desription, you can find a version
of these on the net.  i have a version of them but it will take a while for
me to type them in since there are sixteen of them and they are all about
two paragraphs long.  the best way to research this is by getting a copy
of "please understand me".

trant

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ok, not much to tell except that tix go on sale (through ticketmaster i
think) after march 13th, and will be $20 or so.

i think its a small-ish venue too, not large like unh.

jennie

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hey yall, here is the real thing, enjoy!
peace
tucker


enfp:
tucker
sherri jacobson
mary
anjenette
julie
julianna
meg
christi stone
psyche9...jessica
elizabeth...wishmonster
trant
stacey

istj:
betsy...mediancat
dave
jen
sue kwan
donna

entj:
tony...lone star
alycia
tricia

infp:
rex choi
wendell
leticia perez
susan malmrose
tom
leah beth kaplan
deb reiser
abigail
liz palmer
furhead3@aol.com
karen a.
lesley
liz
melissa

isfj:
anna...chickensoprano
yen m tang
stacy
nick fessler
rose

infj:
marianne barlow
mic...ten000wars
jofarn@central...
rich benson
cheryl
joanne
jason converse
jenna
tuesday's child
megan
david rogers
amy hannon
fauzia khan
jennie
roni
heather
kim
cmayhew
sue harney
ponygirl
julie

exfj:
andi

infx:
binky

enfx:
drew
jess

enfj:
sara mccutchen
deb odonoghue
tony...da chickenman
marianne barlow
avital
kira
pjhoopie
christi
lynn

xntx:
laura braslow

enjf:
sundara


intj:
penelope
karen harper
mandi

estj:
mindala
lori brinkman
mindy hirseh

extj:
sheri...seaphish

inxp:
kristen chevalier
chris beck


ispj:


xnfp:
minghan

esfj:
lanie bittner
dawn
dana
chiara

xnfp:
corinne

enxp:
meredith ehn
jennifer palumbo

vlfpcp:
sundara

intx:
harry keates

intp:
colleen

xntp:
marilyn

xnfx:
john

entp:
deirdre


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all i know for sure is the eugene date, & that is without the band.  i'd
assume that all the college/demo dates are likewise.

kathy

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well i deleted the tour info
because i thought i had checked them
all to make sure there were no sunday
or monday venues.. now i am having second doubts
could someone send me an updated concert date
list or a website i can check?? i can only
goto sunday or monday shows until the summer hits

sorry to be such a butthead... it hereditary
comes with the blonde hair

anjeanette
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>>infx:
>>binky

i just *knew* she was one of a kind!!!! ;)

        i hereby declare the formation of a new fan club for miss binky (if
there isn't one already ;) called "yknib ssim fan club".  the club will
honor the unique humor which miss binky personifies and also to let her know
that we *really do luv her* even if she is older than dirt! :o  besides if
we don't bestow this honor on her now.... well, she may not be around all
that much longer...;), although we all hope and pray that she's around
forever!!!! :) :)
        so if you wants to be a charter member of this fine and prestigious
organization, just email me privately and we'll hold occifer elections real
soon, okay ;)

oh yeaaa, and you young'uns can join too, we'll have four divisions:
        whippersnappers - under 21 years
        grown ups - 21-29 years
        old farts - 31-39 years
        and yknib-like :) 40 and up!


love and blueberries~
tony (36 and holding)


        i yam what i yam and that's all that i yam.
                                                -popeye (the original
libertarian)

btw clint eastwood says in an interview in the latest playboy that he's a
libertarian also.  how coool!  go ahead clint make my day!!!  i take it for
granted that nearly everyone on this list is in favor of civil liberties or
are there some arch conservatives out there as well??? (tony ....running for
the fire extinguisher ;)


p.p.s.  did y'all hear about the spinoff group of madd?  it's called fart
"fathers against radical teenagers"?

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hey y'all, did someone mention the ig coming to knox college in galesburg?
could someone confirm or deny, and also send me (me only, please don't
waste list space) the tour date schedule, since i'm delete-happy?

i'd appreciate it.

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in a message dated 97-02-27 11:36:43 est, tony writes:

<< hi amy and listees :)  i've dealt with hte (bought junk *and conversation*
and became a member) and i'm under the *definite* impression that hte
administration is not that organized.  it's prolly run by volunteers so
whatcha expect, huh? >>

yeah... i would hate to be the person who has to do the paperwork
for 80 gazillion $5.00 donations ! they send you a letter for each
donation you send...think of the postage alone ! egads !
:)
miss binky

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>> >reason #173 to fear technology...
>> >
>> >
>> >   o      o     o    o     o    <o     <o>    o>    o
>> >  .|.    \|.   \|/   //    x     \      |    <|    <|>
>> >   /\     >\   /<    >\   /<     >\    /<     >\    /<
>> >
>> >
>> >mr. ascii-head learns the macarena.

____________________________________________________________
/\_/\   i saw a median on the highway, and there's a cat
{ o.o }  trying to to cross the road, and i think,
> ^ <   pick up the cat, put it in the car and take it home.
/     \                                              a.  ray

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at 12:53 pm 2/27/97 -0500, anjeanette wrote:

>sorry to be such a butthead... it hereditary
>comes with the blonde hair
tssk...
i thought buttheadedness came from old star trek re-runs...
peace... kim ( who will be watching blondes in a new light from now on )
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snuffed!!!"...cogsworth, as tragedy
strikes, at beast's castle
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hey y'all....

i had a fabulous birthday,and it was very unexpectedly indigo!  first of
all, one of my friends, who i thought was getting me an ani cd, decided to
splurge and got me 1200 curfews.  i had not heard it before, and it is
wonderful!  i love "bury my heart," and "midnight train to ga" has been one
of my favorite songs ever since i was like 2 yrs. old!  i never thoght i
would like a cover of it, but ig's is wonderful!

then, later, before going to old wave night (no age cracks!!! it's 70/80's
music) at the florida theater, we stopped by fat tuesdays.  i've never seen
live music there, but they had some guy doing acoustic stuff, but mostly
classic rock.  right before we were to leave, he said he was playing the
next song for his best friend (some guy sitting right in front of his
stage)--it was his birthday.  it was "closer to fine"!!!!!!!!  i couldn't
believe it!  i went up to the guy and told him it was my birthday too, and i
just happened to be wearing my list t-shirt!  it was most cool.

and then my birthday was stretched a day,and my new ig friend casey cooked
me a great dinner last night (pam, add that to your list) and we flipped
channels between ellen on the grammys and ellen on ellen....

and today, anjeanette sent me a list of funny phoebe songs!  i laughed so
hard in the computer lab, people stared at me......

oh, and i've decided my crush on matthew perry has now turned into
full-fledged love.

-rich benson (sbmfc charter member and official mentor)
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infj
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piece by piece i take apart
this complicated heart
and hope to find
something i can prove is real
i can feel is truth
i can say is mine.
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okay a few amendments already to the club rules.  i forgot about 30, but
that's such a funky year for most people that i think i'll just leave it in
a class by itself.  and also as dee schulman pointed out, us
thirty-somethin's are really more like "born-again adolescents" than "old
farts" so i'm changing that designation as well :)

        whippersnappers - under 21 years
        grown ups - 21-29 years
        funkville - 30 years
        born-again adolescents - 31-39 years
        and yknib-like :) 40 and up!

love and blueberries~
tony (36 and holding)

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hey those of you who have web pages and can scan pictures and the sort (yes,
i'm pretty clueless about all of that but some of you are great!)  how about
having pictures of well known regulars on the ig list?!?  i'm sure there are
others (besides me) who would love to match a picture to a username! on the
rem chat page it's available and got me thinking...we should do it here!  if
i could, i'd offer, but...please? anyone else think this is a good idea?
lori

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hi y'all!

i have to say that i was more than a bit surprised to see that no one
has brought up the grammy awards last night.  here's my take on a few of
the things i saw:

1)  ellen did a so-so job as host.  some of her jokes (okay, most of her
jokes) went over like a lead balloon.  her opening bit (a talk-song
while being backed up by chaka kahn, bonnie raitt, sheila e., and shawn
colvin (see below), was irritating at first but i warmed up to it.  i
hope i don't offend any one by saying i was mildly aroused when she did
this one-leg-up-pelvic-thrust-thingy.  <g>

2)  as i watched bruce springstein receive the contemporary folk award,
i couldn't help but think about how that better be ig next year.

3)  jewel  (excuse my shallowness) had too much make up on (yuck) but a
sheer dress (mmmph).

4)  shawn colvin (whom i've found enchanting both musically and
physically) looked positively awful with some "great pumpkin" hairdo.
her back up to ellen in the opening, however, was as equally
unmistakable as bonnie raitt's and chaka kahn (which is saying a lot).

i guess, as i re-read my post, that i spent most of the evening
evaluating the looks of the artists (for what it's worth, beck looked
like a slob and julio eglesias' son was a babe).  sorry, again, for
being shallow; but these are the thoughts i have left from the evening.

my .02,
scott
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hi.  i'm really new here.  my name is jennifer, and i live in tulsa, oklahoma.  i'll make this short, as my questions have probably already been asked a thousand times.  = )

1. when is the new cd really coming out?
        i've heard march, '97.  i've heard march, '98.  i've heard april, '97.  when?  *smile*

2. does anyone know whether the tour is actually coming to tulsa?
        one source lists a tulsa date, another doesn't.  i need to know!!!

        thanks, guys.

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hi there,

        i'm just gonna ramble off some ideas as i type....
can someone find out if hte send out a card for donations sent in another
person's name? if yes, problem solved. if no, we could send the donations
directly to hte and send a card or whatever and a note about how much you
donated to mandi. she could then send all the cards and a brief letter
explaining what we've done to amy.  or we could send everything (checks,
etc made out to hte) to mandi  and have her send money *and* cards to
appropriate destinations.
anyway, those are my thoughts, such as they are. let me know what the
final consensus is.


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in a message dated 97-02-27 16:11:44 est, miss binky writes:

<< yeah... i would hate to be the person who has to do the paperwork
for 80 gazillion $5.00 donations ! they send you a letter for each
donation you send...think of the postage alone ! egads ! >>

ok, my two cents here!

i think we should send one big ol' check to hte as a donation in ms ray's
name.  yes, this'll be hellish to organize, but i'll do it if people think
this is a decent idea. all right, here goes:
we do it like the tape loop thing.  everyone gets divided into little groups
with a group leader.  you send your money to your group leader, who writes
one big check and sends the total of what is collected to the head leader of
everything.  this person then donates it all to hte in amy's name.

it sounds easier than it will be, but it does sound simple nontheless.  i
think we should go for it, so if anyone has any major problems, any
suggestions, or thinks it's a rockin' idea <g> they should either e-mail me
personaly or post it, depending.  we should get this going soon if we're
going to do it!  =)

-elizabeth

* * * * * * * * * * *
who knows how long i've loved you
you know i love you still
i will wait a lonely lifetime
if you want me to
******i will******

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okay..i know i'm new, but it seems to me that it would be best if we were to all send our donations to one address, made out to hte.  the person with that address would then send them all to hte, with a letter of explanation, listing all our names.  anyone want to be the one in charge?  *g*  that just sounds like it would be easier for all involved (except, perhaps the person in charge).  that would be my 2% of a dollar.

jen

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>can someone find out if hte send out a card for donations sent in another
>person's name? if yes, problem solved. if no, we could send the donations
>directly to hte and send a card or whatever and a note about how much you
>donated to mandi.

i can't remember who first proposed this project, but instead of all this
wondering about what hte can do or not do, how about just contacting fellow
listee russ rutter, who just happens to work for hte, and see if he can
answer some of these questions or work out getting a card to amy. this does
not have to be so difficult. his email address is <russ@dexmn.com>

deb

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at 01:49 pm 2/27/97 -0800, tony wrote:

>love and blueberries~
>tony (36 and holding)
>
oh oh oh!!! me tooo!! this, um, born again adolescant is 36 + holding...
holding desperatly to places that gravity wants to conquer... sigh... not
pretty in public:)
peace... kim ( who wasn't keen on being an old fart... but identifies
strongly as a baa )(<---hmmm... is that sheep talk? sheepish??... okay,
okay, i'll shut up now:) )
<><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><>
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<><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><>

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subject:      pollstar tour dates thru 4/16

pollstar tour dates thru april 16th:
(pollstar.com)

03/12/97                        04/09/97
south hadley ma           tulsa ok
chapin theatre               expo square pavilion

03/16/97                        04/10/97
hempstead ny               fort worth tx
hofstra university            will rogers coliseum

03/18/97                        04/12/97
elmira ny                      durham nh
emerson hall                 univ. of new hampshire

03/26/97                         04/13/97
grand rapids mi              waterville me
calvin college                  colby college

03/28/97                          04/15/97
davenport ia                    university park pa
great river hall                recreation hall

                                     04/16/97
                                     norton ma
                                     wheaton college

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date:         thu, 27 feb 1997 18:07:27 -0500
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in a message dated 97-02-25 03:55:45 est, gflame@nwu.edu (greg flamer)
writes:

> i am
>  scratching my head about this album title.  how does it relate to the
>  travel theme of the songs?  i was definitely not an english major and
>  interpretting hidden meanings is not my strong suit at all.  so i would be
>  quite interested in hearing other people's interpretations of the meaning
>  behind the title.  and maybe what they think a and e were thinkin when
they
>  thought it up.

well, i pondered this question at work today and i have a theory, but it's
stretching it a bit...  dealing with the travel theme of the album, i was
thinking that a&e had done some traveling and was overwhelmed by all the
modern-day b.s. that they had to deal with or that exist- reservations,
traffic, computerized car compasses (you know that annoying commercial,
'mommie's lost!  mommie's lost!...'), plane delays, luggage checking, etc.
etc.-  and they wish they could go back to the times when travelers relied
solely on the sun and other heavenly bodies to guide them in their voyage.
so my interpretation of the shaming of the sun is that our modern day,
computerized, digitized society has caused people to take for granted the sun
and how it once guided travelers along their journeys.  there.

stretching it a little bit much?  yes, i think so, but that's all my little
left hemisphere could come up with.  sundara, i liked your interp too.  the
sun always makes me a shiny, happy person (holding hands..).

yay!  i'm going to hofstra!  woohoo!!!

-sheri :)
'...where is bart anyway?  his dinner is getting all cold and eaten' - homer
simpson

/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\
_    _----_          o   |...when you learn
{ ~\_/    o \   o  o      |to love yourself
{ ~ _  ]    <  o          |you will dissolve
{_~/ \_    _/             |all the stones
       \/--               |that are cast...
seaphish@aol.com         | -amy ray
seallen@sprintmail.com
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i was really disappointed with the grammys last night. it just wasn't near
as good as it was last year. i watched up to the point where toni braxton
was making her acceptance speech saying "i'd like to thank so-and-so and
so-and-so etc." and i promtly turned it off. when i turned it back on there
she was again "oh and i forgot to thank some people last time i was up here.
thank you bob, billy joe, troy, pammie, and may, etc." sorry to all you toni
braxton fans but i got annoyed.
i was really disappointed that the beatles, who won 3 grammys last night,
weren't even mentioned during the show. best pop vocal for a duo or group
isn't important enough to present during the show? well, anyhow i'm glad
clapton won, even though i don't really like the song. ellen was wonderful
as always. the ella fitzgerald thing wasn't too bad either. just wasn't my
favorite grammy year :( thought it would be since the beatles were nominated
but alas. snubbed again. sorry for my diatribe. i hope y'all have deleted by
now. if not i'm even sorrier.

jendy

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you guys *know* you have to like oprah if she is going to be the one ellen
comes out to.  c'mon now, rally for oprah....gimme an o!  gimme a p!
gimme an r!  gimme an a!  gimme an h!  what's that spell?  oprah!  who do
we love?  oprah!  who's 5,000 times more classy than rikki lake?  oprah!!!

") marianne
*running*ducking*chortling*

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|   ' ' |        orange sinking slyly down the trees...." -e. saliers
|    u  |  ~o~
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as i said in a previous post "no time to cry" was my favorite song at the
performance last night.  of course, i had to go buy 2 of iris's albums
today.  some of the lyrics in _no time to cry_remind me of the atlanta bombings:

        now i sit on the sofa and i watch the evening news
        there's a half dozen tragedies from which to pick and choose
        the baby that was missing was found in a ditch today
        and there's bombs a flyin' and people dyin' not so far away
        i'll take a beer from the 'frigerator and go sit out in the yard
        and with a cold one in my hand, i'm gonna bite down and swallow hard
        because i'm older now and i've got no time to cry

        chorus:
        i've got no time to look back, i've got no time to see
        the pieces of my heart that have been ripped away from me
        and if the feelin' starts to comin', i've learned to stop 'em fast
        'cause i don't know, if i let them go, they might not wanna pass

                   my life (iris dement)

        my life, it don't count for nothin'
        when i look at this world, i feel so small
        my life, it's only a season
        a passing september that no one will recall

        chorus:
        but i gave joy to my mother
        i made my lover smile
        and i can give comfort to my friends when they're hurting
        i can make it seem better for awhile

        my life, it's half the way traveled
        and still i have not found my way out of this night


sorry folks for the non-ig ramblin's

folkisgruven~


i       tony "the chickenman" -- houston, tx                    g
n                                                               i
d       not content to bow and bend                             r
i       to the whims of culture that swoop like vultures        l
g       eating us away to our extinction                        s
o                                       - emily saliers

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hi! i'm looking for directions to the wheaton concert. they might have
been posted, i could have deleted them. e-mail please...thanks!!

-liz-

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ok, i'm now even more embarrassed to be a mount holyoke student, but i
feel obligated to pass this info on nonetheless.


the ig concert at mhc has been _moved_ from thursday, march 13, to
wednesday, march 12.  believe it or not, no one knows what time the show
is (my guess is 8:00pm).

tickets will be on sale only in person in blanchard campus center, and
there is a limit of one ticket per person.  1000 tickets are reserved for
mhc students, and 200 are reserved for mhc faculty, which means that only
400 are available to everyone else.

those 400 tickets will be sold, again, in blanchard, from 8:00-10:00pm
(it used to be am) on march 5.  (i think that's a wednesday.)  those
tickets will be $24 each.

if you know a student who will not be going to the concert, who will get
you a ticket, those tix go on sale at 7:00pm on tuesday, march 4.
faculty tix go on sale march 5 at 4:00pm.

mount holyoke's main www site is at http://www.mtholyoke.edu and there
are links to students' www pages from there.  if you need a ticket and
can't get here, ask people to get one for you--you should be able to mail
everyone via their www pages.  we are almost without exception poor, so
if you offer a few extra bucks someone might be willing to weather the
line.


lastly, this is all i know so please don't ask me anything else.  thanks.

margaret

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hi all,

we found out today that the tickets go on sale this friday, no info on
how they will be sold, but will inquire.  the concert is confirmed for
april 4.  it is being sponsored by the u of o cultural forum.  they do
have a web site, i believe, but do not know the specs.  so, we will let
all know as soon as we do.

sue and kathy

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hiya all....

just a qwikie question :)  (cuz my inquiring mind wantsta know)

    what is your favorite boot in your collection??

my personal fav is "emily at decatur" (8-4-96)  where emily does a show
without amy (cuz amy was stuck in a plane somewhere)   the version of
"ghost" on here is to die for....<sigh>    (btw...joni cyr you rock!)

otay.  tell me whats your fav. and tell me nowww!!!!!!

---sue (who is bored and putting off writing a paper)   :p

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

"i stood without clothes, danced in the sand          o /
i was aching with freedom, kissing the damned      /~|~
i said remember this as how it should be..."        //
                                -- amy ray           \\

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the show is sunday 4/13. tickets are (f*^king) going through ticketmaster
and it was a complete turn around from what i was told and radically
different from any other colby show ever produced.
first colby is not a ticketbastard venue. a listee told me the info 'bout
ticketmaster and i was floored. i called colby and was first transferred to
the concert recording line. i was *not* amused. i called back asking to
speak with a human -- they were so rude -- so they gave me this clueless
girl with the arrogant "i'm a rich little colby student" (similar to the
"bates" attitude towards townies -- same dialect 8^)) attitude. she was like
"well i think they go on sale march first..i have student tickets in front
of me"
"you think??? i need to know the actual date"
"oh. saturday. why do you need to know so badly"
"umm.. because i need tickets and i need to let my friends know"
"oh. okay, so you're not a student?"

i won't go on further. i spent yesterday tracking down a other artist
manager, who answers his own phone (unlike rcam , but russell rocks anyway)
it is annoying to talk to ignorant people. so unh and colby onsale sat.

colby is general admission -- can someone confirm unh as general -- if unh is reserved
-- is anyone able to go to whittemore arena -- please let me know

mike r.
*who has figured out how he will get tixs to both shows -- he thinks*

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okay,
my friend recently got 1200 curfues. he got it used.
the second disc, well we later found that it skips, alot.
the disc is covered with lots of tiny little blemishes, they
all appear to be on the surface; short of scraping them
off with an exacto knife we cant seem to remove them.
        i lent my copy of 1200 curfeus to him so he could
hear it and am trying to fix the skiping problem. has this ever
happened to anyone else? anybody got any ideas on how to get
the cd working?
help!

---sara karges

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on thu, 27 feb 1997, sue kwan wrote:

> otay.  tell me whats your fav. and tell me nowww!!!!!!

las cruces from last august, but that's mostly 'cause it's the one i
had in the car with me all three weeks of christmas break, so i
became very familiar with it.   :)

of the rest, i'd have to say blue food, 'cause it has "i wanna be
your lover" (or something like that) on it, and it makes me giggle
everytime i hear it.  :)

anna

"life as an actor is a bit easier to take if you admit you're bonkers."  -michael shurtleff


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

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e-mail listserv@netspace.org and in the body of the letter type:
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and after that they'll affirm and you send your posts to
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the girls aren't a part of the list, so don't speak out loud directly to
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and cyber-tomatoes thrown at you :)(just kidding...but everyone will
think you're a dork...)
but i'm sure you've gathered this already...just warning you....hope to
see your posts soon!!! and welcome to the list....

hey guys!!! i got a recruit!!!!
tally one up for me...sorry about the bandwidth :)

"...give me life give me pain give me myself again" -tori amos "little earthquakes"
"..and when i see a car with a bumper sticker i don't like, i just wanna speed up and ram it" -a. ray
"i can't' be running back and forth forever between grief and high delight" - j.d. salinger "franny and zooey"

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in a message dated 97-02-25 19:33:03 est, jcyr@mit.edu (joan m. cyr) writes:

<< since we're on the subject of "friends," what indigo girls song would you
like to hear phoebe sing...i mean *try* to sing?  apologies to the ig, but i
think it would be funny...
  >>
can't you just hear her singing chickenman? or maybe wild wild party in the
loquat tree.....either one...

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in a message dated 97-02-25 18:34:08 est, sbeth@gol.com (sara mccutchen)
writes:

<<  so, i was on the
train to kobe  >>
on the train to kobe...kinda like on the road to austin! we should rewrite
the song! it would go:

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>    what is your favorite boot in your collection??
>
denver (or is it boulder) 10/22/90

cuz it sounds so sweet
cuz it has a killer hand me downs
but mostly cuz it was my first and for many years my only ig boot
before i found this friendly place.

hugh barroll

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"i was on the train to kobe
saw a green chair in the garbage
picked it up and strapped it to my cycle
i hit five geishas and a habuku....
1-2-3-4-5...."
okay...enough... sorry sar...couldn't resist!!!
*giggling uncontrolably...and scribbling more lyrics to herself*
-sal

"...give me life give me pain give me myself again" -tori amos "little earthquakes"
"..and when i see a car with a bumper sticker i don't like, i just wanna speed up and ram it" -a. ray
"i can't' be running back and forth forever between grief and high delight" - j.d. salinger "franny and zooey"

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great thread fodder sue!! :)

my favorite boot is the disney special in london, especially the part where
the audience memmers storm the stage on closer to fine to *play* with the
girls -- how cute :o  it looks like they might have invited a few audience
memmers up at first, but that last girl who rushed the stage and virtually
grabbed the flute away from (was it jerry marotta?) to play the whistle part
*jammin right into the same mike with amy*  gaaawd, i would just *die*!!! ;)
        and when the same aforementioned gurl leaped onto the stage, emily's
eyes got *real big* like she was afraid of a riot and it damn near looked
like there would be one too :o :o
        but all worked out very well and the audio portion of the show was
just awesome...spectacular... and for that reason my favorite audio boot is

        in with the out crowd :)

hey mat (indigojo) ~ didn't you say you were at_that_show??  i'd like to
hear your perspective??? were you one of the *backup band members* on stage
too???

just wonderin'
t-bird

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*bobs head to the left and right, twirls hand in the air, with her
blonde phoebe-wig swishing.....*
"chickenman chickenman chickenman ..um....
chickenman ....um.....you know something? what the heck is a chickenman
anyway?? is that like, one of those new bio-clones like the sheep?"
*twirls hair around pinky*...

okay...enough with the sorry phoebe imitation...you have to see it irl
to capture the fullness of it's amusement...too bad for you  folks not
going to galveston! nanner nanner nanner!!!!
this is the last post from me tonight...i promise...i'm going to bed
now....really..
-sal
p.s i'm bringing homemade blueberry cobbler to the party...howzabout
dat? :)

"...give me life give me pain give me myself again" -tori amos "little earthquakes"
"..and when i see a car with a bumper sticker i don't like, i just wanna speed up and ram it" -a. ray
"i can't' be running back and forth forever between grief and high delight" - j.d. salinger "franny and zooey"

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sorry about that last post about the recruit...i didn't mean for the
entire message to the other girl to post...just the fact that i
recruited someone...now _i_ feel like a dork *selfbap*
-going to bed for sure this time...

"...give me life give me pain give me myself again" -tori amos "little earthquakes"
"..and when i see a car with a bumper sticker i don't like, i just wanna speed up and ram it" -a. ray
"i can't' be running back and forth forever between grief and high delight" - j.d. salinger "franny and zooey"

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sent this to me by mistake...

"...give me life give me pain give me myself again" -tori amos "little earthquakes"
"..and when i see a car with a bumper sticker i don't like, i just wanna speed up and ram it" -a. ray
"i can't' be running back and forth forever between grief and high delight" - j.d. salinger "franny and zooey"

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from: x20kyle@aol.com
date: fri, 28 feb 1997 00:54:44 -0500 (est)
message-id: <970228005442_1382898128@emout10.mail.aol.com>
to: salray@webtv.net
subject: hi

ok here is what i do i run it under water(i'm serious i do it all the time my
disc has it too that exact #2 hmmm i thought that i did something to it
itskips bad too i hate that okkk here is the important stuff i hope i got to
you in time after the water take it out find a soft but lint free towel hard
to find in that combination and wipe from the inside out in one swipe
continue around the discex....start at the little hole cover an inch of the
cd then wipe outwards gently never rub in to out and side to side ok...or you
can but wipeits cd ones for 99cents at most music stores ok good luck hope it
works out for you
bye bye kyle

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sorry for the nigc, but i think some people might be interested in this~

        margaret mee was a british lady who lived in the brazilian
rainforest most of her adult life (40+ years) and drew pictures of flora and
fauna, primarily bromeliad and orchid species, but other exotic flowers also
like the moon flower, which only opens once in it's lifetime - on the eve of
the full moon - and then dies the next morning.  mrs. mee searched over 24
years to see one in bloom and finally captured it perched above her boat in
the middle of the night with spotlights and her pad and pencils in hand...
        the drawings are exquisite, mostly pencil and gouache (opaque
watercolors).  she discovered (i believe it was eight) new species of plants
during her experiences.
        the exhibit tour starts at the houston museum of natural science
(currently running) and runs through sept. 21, 1997.  after that:

california academy of sciences * san francisco * october 18 - january 11, 1998
dixon gallery and gardens * memphis * february 7 - may 3, 1998
huntington library * san marino * may 30 - august 23, 1998
bell museum of natural history * university of minnesota * sept. 19-dec.13, 1988
field museum * chicago * january 8 - april 30, 1999
national museum of natural history * smithsonian institution * washington, d.c.
        may 27 - august 20, 1999

        so mark your calendars, i highly recommend it if you care anything
about natural beauty :)

love and blueberries~
tony

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o                                       - emily saliers

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subject:      re: stepping out of lurkdom

also stepping out of lurkdom, (wow, this is the third time this month!), i
think it is a great idea too. we buy their albums, go to the concerts, and
buy their paraphenilia (sp?). why not show a&e that they mean more to us than
that. i think it would be a great way for us to act as a list, and show our
support for something they and most of us truly believe in.

i'm for it, send me the info!

thanks ya'll,

kyle vogel

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i don't have any...*pout, sniffle, sniffle*

jennifer

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subject:      re: hte- amy's b-day project

i think working it kind of the way we work the loop thing would
be great - it would be really helpful for people from different
countries....

john.


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on thu, 27 feb 1997, lori brinkman wrote:

> hey those of you who have web pages and can scan pictures and the sort (yes,
> i'm pretty clueless about all of that but some of you are great!)  how about
> having pictures of well known regulars on the ig list?!?  i'm sure there are
> others (besides me) who would love to match a picture to a username! on the
> rem chat page it's available and got me thinking...we should do it here!  if
> i could, i'd offer, but...please? anyone else think this is a good idea?
> lori
>
i've got access to a professional scanner here in my office. i'd be happy
to help out. let me know!

btw, there is a picture of me (along with ig links/photos) at the url
below.

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at: "http://ucunix.san.uc.edu/~vogelap"     "the only way out is through."

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i just saw shawn colvin last night at the beacon in nyc and it was one
of the best shows that i have ever seen - her voice, band and sense of
humor were amazing.  lyle lovett sang on two songs - what a surprise
guest.

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lori brinkman wrote:

> having pictures of well known regulars on the ig list?!?  i'm sure there are
> others (besides me) who would love to match a picture to a username! on the
> rem chat page it's available and got me thinking...we should do it here!  if
> i could, i'd offer, but...please? anyone else think this is a good idea?


as i am still trying to make my mark in the iglist world, i volunteer
myself to be the iglist scanmaster.  if you are a list member and wish
to have your picture up and available for viewing, i'll scan them in.
however, is there someone out there with their own ig fan page who would
like to host the gallery.  otherwise we could establish an iglist
homepage at geocities.  i'm open for further development.

scott
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oh, take me with you...

on tue, 25 feb 1997, .eric wrote:

> just wondering if anyone out there is from oregon, or knows it well. i'm trying to plan a road trip to see ani's west coast tour in june, but can't find any cities on maps...
>
>
> also...anyone care to recommend places we "must" go en route? we're driving from minneapolis to washington(maybe) and then down the coast to oregon, and maybe cali.
>
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> please respond privately...thanks...
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on thu, 27 feb 1997, da chickenman wrote:

> great thread fodder sue!! :)
>
> my favorite boot is the disney special in london, especially the part where
> the audience memmers storm the stage on closer to fine to *play* with the
> girls -- how cute :o  it looks like they might have invited a few audience
> memmers up at first, but that last girl who rushed the stage and virtually
> grabbed the flute away from (was it jerry marotta?) to play the whistle part
> *jammin right into the same mike with amy*  gaaawd, i would just *die*!!! ;)
>         and when the same aforementioned gurl leaped onto the stage, emily's
> eyes got *real big* like she was afraid of a riot and it damn near looked
> like there would be one too :o :o
>         but all worked out very well and the audio portion of the show was
> just awesome...spectacular... and for that reason my favorite audio boot is
>
>         in with the out crowd :)
>
> hey mat (indigojo) ~ didn't you say you were at_that_show??  i'd like to
> hear your perspective??? were you one of the *backup band members* on stage
> too???

i wasn't at that show, i was at the show the evening before, which was
also excellent, and there were people up dancing on the stage during
closer to fine (which, regrettably, i didn't know then - i only had swamp
ophelia :( ), but no guest tin-whistlers.   i was actually in the top
balconies as i'd booked my ticket late (my first choice was nanci griffith
at the albert hall, but that would have had to be restricted view).   the
girl on the tin whistle was kirsti reeve, who until late last year worked
for bbc greater london radio's bob harris show (bob harris is a dj who
used to present the rock programme "the old grey whistle test" and plays
mostly guitar-oriented music, with a bit of folk mixed in occasionally)
and interviewed ig the following year - see:

http://www.hidwater.com/lifeblood/articles/95xxxxb.html

mat

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hey y'all!

you know, i'm getting pretty gosh darn excited about this iglist
photogallery thing.  i just read that drew would also be interested in
scanning photos and i received a letter from someone who'd be willing to
host the gallery on his site.  this is cool!!  please let me know if
anyone else is interested in taking part.

scott
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hey y'all!

i just want to let everybody know that i am going ahead with the hte project
for amy's b-day.  i am still working out the details with greta's help so
hold on just a couple of days for all the info.  i will be away at a
conference this weekend so that is really what is delaying all of this.
hopefully i will be able to post sunday afternoon with all of the necessary
stuff.  thanks to all who responded to my first post, the response  was very
encouraging, y'all are great.

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at 08:27 pm 2/27/97 -0600, sue kwan wrote:

>my personal fav is "emily at decatur" (8-4-96)  where emily does a show
>without amy (cuz amy was stuck in a plane somewhere)   the version of
>"ghost" on here is to die for....<sigh>    (btw...joni cyr you rock!)


thanks suzi....you're now my second favorite "suzie" on the list..hehe....i
try to share the wealth with my friends....you are right...the "emily at
decatur" does rock, but i think my favorite is denver 1990....its so nice to
hear emily say things like "here's a new song by amy...its called 'world
falls.'"  ...and it's a song we already know....!

plus, (i think it's this boot...) during sits, when emily almost forgets the
words...and the banter that insues...there's also a really cuuuuuute laugh
on the tape by amy...melt my heart....

btw...the video of emily at decatur rocks too.....  ;o)  (bracing for the
flood of requests.....)


joni :o)

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hey everyone,

just spoke with one of the people at the hult center. the eugene show is
still tentative, though they're hoping it will go ahead on april 4th.
tickets are (tentatively again) to go on sale march 7th. you can order
them from the box office there at (541) 682-5000, or you can check out
their web site at:

        http://darkwing.uoregon.edu/~uocomm/calendar/calndr.html


so, more details to follow, presumably,


martine

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hi everyone,

i just confirmed with the uo cultural center and the indigo girls will be in
eugene on april 4.  tickets go on sale friday, march 7 at 9:00 am.  $23 for
students (with a valid id, i'm sure) and $28 for everybody else.

just thought i'd share... :-)

sarah

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hi <sheepishly>,

i just noticed that where i thought i was attaching a link to a webpage,
i actually attached the whole page.  my deepest apologies.  i'm such a
dork.

scott
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fought with us upon saint crispian's day.

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subject:      amy article - atlanta magazine

just a heads up here...my sister just sent me an article all about amy from
the march edition of atlanta magazine.  i thought it was pretty well done.
i'd be happy to mail my copy to the first person to send me an address.

michelle

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gotta be unh 4/22/94 right before ghost when emily dedicated ghost to my
friend bill, who passed on three days earlier. i cried the rest of the show,
and eventually said thank you after the show. i realized then how honest and
real both of them are. amy has seen me at shows because i love to dance and
well most of the shows i have been to had sedated crowds.

favorite for show i was not at : 9/20/92 -- central park
others i *strongly recomend* 12/4/92, 12/5/92, disney london show -- and if
you can find it 7/1/94 great woods *with the encore* of mona lisas. i know
it does exist...i dont have it.(the encore part)

best boot cd - history of us - if you can find a good version.
honorable mention: ep and more!

blah - someone needs to compile indigobase - like dead base but for ig
fans...

mike r.

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hello tout le monde;

i just joined the list a couple days ago and must say that you sound like a
good buch of people. but i haven't noticed any canadians posting... i can't
be the only one! i am from bc but am living with 10 other people from
across canada in a house in ontario. we are in this program called
katimavik, we all live together for 7 1/2 months doing volunteer work in
three different parts of canada. it's a strange existance so i tend to rant
about it.

it wasn't until last summer that i started listening to the ig, someone
taped me two albums but did not include the names of the albums or songs so
i am at a bit of a disadvantage when it comes to list dicussions! i am
really embarrassed to say that i had an  inspirational piece of paper on my
wall with the chorus to "closer to fine" but since i didn't know the name
of the song i had down "... and the less i seek my source for some
definative, the closer the am to find"
oooppps.
the only other indigo girls music i have at the moment is part of the 1200
curfews album. i taped it from my  katimavik group leader in winnipeg,
after i discovered the night before my group moved that he had this awsome
cd collection of all the music i had been lusting after (ani, tori, ferron,
various world beat..)

but anyways, just wanted to indroduce my self and say i am glad to be here.
i will not be around to lurk for the next week and a half but if anyone
wants to e-mail be privately the can at katinpen@bconnex.net. i will get
back in early march.

erin

o| o| o| o| o| o| o| o| o| o| o| o| o|
katimavik "lucky #7"
penetanguishine, ont
  from the snow belt
katimavik o|
"making canada smaller and people bigger"

o| o| o| o| o| o| o| o| o| o| o| o| o|

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hi,
i'm new to the list but i've seen  lot of questions lately about the show
american university on april 20th.  i called and confirmed, the girls
will be there.  however, there is a possibility that tickets will only be
available to au students.  they told me to call back on march 27th to
find out for sure.  i'll post again when i have more info

just another devoted fan,
maurissa

"not content to bow and bend to the whims of culture"
                                    -emily saliers

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>does anyone have any recommendations as to which ani cd i
>should get for my first one???

i'm relatively new to ani too....my first cd ws 'not a pretty girl' that
did it for me now i am a die hard fan.  so that is my suggestion.

lisa

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subject:      oops . . . my delete happy finger did it again! (nigc)

hi -

there's someone out there who's got a n*i*s poster for me, i believe.  i lost
your address, but want to talk to you about how this is going to work, so if
you could e-mail me . . . i feel like such an idiot right now! *blush*
please just contact me! =)

sorry for waste of band width!

-elizabeth

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       blackbird singing in the dead of night
    take these broken wings and learn to fly
                           all your life
***you were only waiting for this moment to arrive***

http://members.aol.com/wishmonstr/ewebpg.htm

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i pulled this off a campus bbs today, i guess this is an activist /
woodstock feel type thing -- umaine may be sending a bus

free the planet! brings you

earthstock 97

livingston college
piscataway, nj
april 4-6, 1997


friday, april 4, 1997

10:00pm   music       stomp! or moxy fruvous or tracy chapman (reason
number one to go)

12:00am   music       r.e.m.<---the only reason i need!

or phish or rage against the machine or rusted root


saturday, april 5, 1997

9:00pm   music        jason harrod and brian funck

10:00pm   music       cosy sheridan or indigo girls or eric clapton

11:30pm   music       ani difranco <--another reason! or one fell swoop or
shawn colvin


        i dont know much more than this -- if someone wants to try and confirm
anything , let me know -- i may be covering this for the press.
mike r.
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subject:      rosie o'donnell??(nigc)

     i just finished watching an old rosie o'donnell show, elton john was the
guest.  he was telling rosie about himself being gay and getting married in
austrailia.  he made the generalization that all gay couples get married
there.  he said, "rosie, why don't you get married austrailia?" ...it got me
thinking.

     also, if anyone has the 'emily at decatur' boot and would be so kind as
to trade it for a blank tape, let me know.  i'm just a newbie with a
disadvantage and if anyone could help me out, i would be forever in their
debt!! =)

*believe in yourself*
nicole
"when you smile, the world smiles with you.  when you frown, you frown
alone."

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alirght im putting this to the list ive wanted to crreate a ig archive we
have a place to store it now we need yoru invovlenmet to u want this or no
we could put stuff not at lifeblood anymore ie pics conversations from the
list i have file of all the ig lyrics ever or pretty much ever

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> >does anyone have any recommendations as to which ani cd i
> >should get for my first one???

(grunt, ergh, oooff, whew.... kt climbs out of lurk hole...)

i'd say it depends on what you're in the mood for.  her older stuff is
more accoustic/folk-ish (no words really describe ani very well).  i'd
suggest _out of range_ and _like i said_ (a compilation/remastering of her
1st two discs, _a.d._ & _not so soft_).  the newer stuff has got a bit
more of an edge musically (her lyrics have _always_ had a edge) and is
somewhat more experimental.  one definite:  see her live.

kt

**  "tonight you can't put me up on any shelf  **              0
     because i came here alone                             #==[o)
     and i'm going to leave by myself..."  a.d.               / >

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on fri, 28 feb 1997 08:18:43 -0600 scott wm eastman

>as i am still trying to make my mark in the iglist world, i volunteer
>myself to be the iglist scanmaster.  if you are a list member and wish
>to have your picture up and available for viewing, i'll scan them in.
>however, is there someone out there with their own ig fan page who
>would
>like to host the gallery.  otherwise we could establish an iglist
>homepage at geocities.  i'm open for further development.

hi all,

        i've already got a page on geocities, there's not much to it yet,
but one of the things i was planning on doing with it was a special
section with links to listee pages. it should be possible to include
photos of interested parties. maybe make their image the button to go to
their page or something like that. i don't have a scanner, but a good
friend of mine who is helping me with the page construction has one in
his office that he can use after hours. so i'm sure we could work
something out.
        so if folks are really interested in doing this get in touch with
me (privately please). even if you don't want your pic on the web, send
me your homepage url.


                                        tuesday's child

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each time you love, love as deeply as if it were forever.
only nothing is eternal.
-- audre lorde
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in a message dated 97-02-28 17:16:53 est, mark writes:

<< alirght im putting this to the list ive wanted to crreate a ig archive we
have a place to store it now we need yoru invovlenmet to u want this or no
we could put stuff not at lifeblood anymore ie pics conversations from the
list i have file of all the ig lyrics ever or pretty much ever
  >>

okay mark ! dammit !!!!!!!  i don't understand what you are saying...
i beg of you...sweetie ...honey...baby darlin'....pleeeeze.
punctuate  !!!!!
^^^^^^^^^^^

*whimper *
love,
miss b

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hello all,
i just remembered something in one of my classes today....a while
back i can remember seeing a bumper sticker or a hat or something some
where that had "a+e=ig" and i know that i had seen it before the "least
complicated" music video...and you guys are the best to ask so...has anyone
seen something like this or am i just dreaming?

y'all are great

dave
"still elated from hearing toad the wet sprocket and ig on the rebroadcast
last night...."
8)

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subject:      amy article.....its gone.

my copy of the article on amy in atlanta mag is gone but pick up a copy of
the march issue if you can find it.

michelle

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i really like the idea of having a group donation to honor the earth.  here
is an idea that might help with setting it up:

on the bruce springsteen list they make a donation to one of bruce's
charities once a year.  while the fundraiser is going on items such as
concert tickets and cds and posters are donated for sale and auction and
people also send in individual contributions.  they simplify the process a
great deal by having the individual contributors make their checks out to
the charity, then one person gathers them together, totals them up, and
forwards them all together in one big packet to the charity with a note
explaining where they came from and why.

carolyn

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subject:      possible lyrics to shed your skin

i have this real cool article from indigenous woman magazine (?)written
by amy (and another by em).  in the article it was an essay about the
hte tour and in italics between the sections their are little blurbs
and one of the blurbs is:

we came in blue cobra
vinyl stipes, wearing thin
shed your skin-volunteer

    i thought one of the new songs was called shed your skin, so
potentially that could be some lyrics!
    peace y'all,
        leah

~fighting for peace is like fucking for virginity~

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and for those of us who don't have direct access to atlanta mag. you can
see it online at:

http://atlantamag.atlanta.com/index.html

- jen hall

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the path at your pace very choice
is worth your while."  - emily saliers

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hey y'all!

just a quick indigo note - today was our last day at the racist, sexist, homophobic company we've been working at for five and one-half years (yes, for those of you that know, the company that moved us to georgia). anyway, during our exit interviews, we had to state our reasons for resignation on our exit paperwork. of course, jocelyn was very specific and matter-of -fact, but i had fun. first i quoted,

"i saw the light, i saw the light.
no more darkness. no more night.
i am so happy. no sorrow in sight.
praise the lord, i saw the light."

and then followed it with "i will not be complacent."

so, ar is now in the illustrious (ha!) files of our former employers!

and by the way, jocelyn already has another job; she starts on monday. we are going to make our time count, and not sell any more of our lives away than absolutely necessary. think about it - every hour you work is a unit of your life that you have sold to another entity; therefore every thing you consume (re: buy with money you earned by selling your time) is paid for with a unit of your life.

basically, we had this sort of epiphany that what we were doing benefited no one, gave us no satisfaction, and wasn't worth it. we realized that we were chasing after things, we had no time for each other, no time for living. so jocelyn has found something less stressful in town, and i am going to use this time to write. we have decided that we can greatly simplify our lives and make our  time much richer and more fulfilling.

sorry to go on this mini-rave, but we are very excited, and anyone that wants to talk about voluntary simplicity, please feel free to e-mail us :)

either that, or we moved to atlanta, fell in love with the place, lost our minds and have become hippies! you decide!

ok, back to ig-related info:

here are all the parts pieced together that were in the indigenous woman article - y'all might recognize the last of these:

we came in blue cobra
vinyl stripes, wearing thin
shed your skin - volunteer.

gather round, trodden down
kneel on wounded knee
it's a prayer - volunteer.

raise your hands, raise your hands high.
don't take a seat.
don't stand aside.
this time don't assume anything.
go, go, go


peace, love and blue skies,
susan (and the cat-chasing jocie)

"music is the brandy of the damned." - george bernard shaw

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from:         joel winetz <embra@worldnet.att.net>
subject:      concert at hofstra, march 16
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does anyone have info on the ig concert at hofstra?  time and availability
of tickets?

        joel winetz

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date:         fri, 28 feb 1997 20:40:51 -0800
reply-to:     da chickenman <tonyfrapsiv@earthlink.net>
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subject:      sorry nigc - we luv binky!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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hey kind friends~

        t-bird here with the new charter members of the yknib ssim fan club:

tracy from seattle:
        i would like to nominate myself as "sargent at arms" for the club,
please.  i can look mean.  no really, i can.  besides, i have a dog that
could drool on anyone
unruly.

dee (all too soon turning 35):
        i am not an old fart!

sundara - president sbmfc:
        i loooooove binky.  she rocks my world  (and, i've had the lucky
pleasure
of going to her house and visiting her and hanging out with her and her cats)

kyle:
        darn it all i'm only a whippersnapper hahah=)

tucker:
        ohhh...me me me!!!!  i would be a whippersnapper!!!....hee hee!;) peace

stacey:
        i want to be part of bonky's fan club - unfortunately i will be part
of the
whippersnappers division at a very mature-yeah right- 19.

andi <----charter member, yknib ssim fan club:
        ooh, ooh...i want to join!!!  i *love* miss binky & her funky sense of
humor!!!  i'm a whippersnapper, since i'm a young'un... :)

ponygirl (who just took the m-b test and found out that she's an infj
with strong infx (like miss binky herself! ;) leanings...):
        i *definally* (as michelle malone would say ;) want to be a member
of the
yknib ssim naf bulc! =)  just send me info. on how to join...  i think miss
binky should have her own talk show, calendar, and life-sized dolls,
too...hmm, well, there's
always next year! =)

sue kwan:
        i am a loud and proud whippersnapper here.  i would be honored to be an
occifer for this division of the yknib ssim fan club.  :p   what are my
qualifications you say?  hmmmm lemme think....
1.)  can chug an ice cold beer under 17 seconds
2.)  i have a cool nickname of paco!  or, as some would call me, pacosita!
3.)  i'm a die hard liberal
4.)  i think rush limbaugh is a big fat idiot (expletives extracted)
5.)  will work (and mooorre) for indigo tickets/boots (die hard indigo-head)
and
6.)  binky = goddess

tuesday's child:
        sign me up!! i love dirty old women!  ;p

anna - chickensoprano:
        sign me up!  i've been a binky fan for over a year now - heck, i can
remember back in the days when she was called "diablito mono"!
*sigh* i guess, though, i'll still have to be in the whippersnapper's
division....

abigail:
        here's one proud whippersnapper, eagerly jumpin' on the binkydoo's
luv train!
:)(volunteering to be a club mascot if needed)

kim: goddess in her own reality:
        oh oh oh!!! me tooo!!

boilermaker (anj):
        hey there t-bird..sign me up for that 21-29 segment.  i guess i can
be adult by status..

salray~
        what's libertarian?

marianne barlow:
        i would like to become a charter member of the yknib ssim fan club.  i
fall under the pristine category of "grown up."  cantcha think of anything
more original for those of us in between whippersnappers and old farts?

mellie:
        count me in as part of the yknib simm fan club ..... i just turned
40 so i
guess that puts me in the last category !!!!

kathy miller:
        oooh, oooh, me too, me too!!!!!  'cept i kinda liked the designation
of 'old fart'....

pooh:
        hey..i resent being called worse than an old fart..at least you could
have called us a mature fart.  an angry 43 yr old.

rich benson:
        what about those of us who have decided to be permanently grown-up?
i just
officially turned 29, and decided the next day to regress to 26....and i
think i may age to 29 again, but no further.

penelope:
        i'm so glad i'm not a "grown up" anymore.  funkville - 30 years
.....sounds like so much more fun.  btw, pardon my ignorance but who is binky?

lynn from seattle:
        sign me up chicken-m!!!  i love the binkster!!!

mere - loyal yknib ssim fan club memeber:
        please oh please let me be a slave to the mighty yknib!!!  she rocks!!!!
i'm just a innocent little whippersnapper who needs to be guided by such a
wise soul as yknib.  when i grow up, i want to be just like her. she is
truly to be honored for her young fresh wit and humor, her ceaslessly
inspiring attitude and quick
responses.  i'm trying my hardest to be just like her.

tony - da chickenman:
        i second that one, mere! :)

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date:         fri, 28 feb 1997 23:26:38 est
reply-to:     chris mccormick <u410001@vm.sc.edu>
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from:         chris mccormick <u410001@vm.sc.edu>
subject:      lookin fer boots....

hey guys (and gals).  i'm a list newbie.  seems there are lotsa boots to be
  traded for here (i have none, *sniph*) so i thought i'd ask this question:

i saw the girls november 18(?) 1994 at the town and country club in leeds,
  england.  they did an amazing version of tmf, with neil young's _cortez
  the killer_ in the middle, about fifteen minutes long, completely stunning,
  especially as no one was expecting it.  i was also lucky enuff to go to
  glastonbury that year (i hear there's a boot of that show, too?) but they
  did tmf in a much tamer fashion.  what i want to know is, is there a boot
  out there with the really long tmf, cortez killer and all?  i heard one once
  of a sheffield concert, but it was amature and so fuzzy you couldn't hear a
  thing. i like my ig loud, and this is probably my favorite thing they've ever
  done.

i don't have anything to trade, but i'll provide a tape, or money, or those
  little goldfish crackers to anyone who is kind enough to help me out on this.
  i guess private email is best.  thanx in advance.

                                chris, who is still trying to work out
                                   "airplane".....

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date:         fri, 28 feb 1997 23:48:36 -0500
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from:         "elizabeth m. bolles" <wishmonstr@aol.com>
subject:      re: amy article

in a message dated 97-02-28 21:31:56 est, jen writes:

<< and for those of us who don't have direct access to atlanta mag. you can
see it online at:

http://atlantamag.atlanta.com/index.html >>


alright, i guess this should teach me not to attempt stuff like this when i'm
about to collapse from exhaustion, but i can't find the article on the page.
yes, yes, i know, i was probably on the brink of realizing i was an idiot
and gave up before stumbling upon it in some obvious place. . . so, could
some kind soul direct me to the amy article from the main page?   thanks tons
and tons . . .

-elizabeth

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date:         fri, 28 feb 1997 23:41:29 -0500
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subject:      add a friend

please add the following name and address to your subscribing list:
       pikeel@bc.edu

thank you

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date:         fri, 28 feb 1997 23:55:54 -0500
reply-to:     mmedido@aol.com
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subject:      re: possible lyrics to shed your skin

in a message dated 97-02-28 20:39:16 est, you write:

<< i have this real cool article from indigenous woman magazine (?)written
by amy (and another by em).  in the article it was an essay about the
hte tour and in italics between the sections their are little blurbs
and one of the blurbs is:
  >>

does anyone know if indigenous woman mag. is still up and running ????
i suscribed back when that issue came out (last spring ??)
and haven't recieved any more issues...unless that is a new article .

heart !!!!
missy b
p.s. those indigo girls oughta make a stop at evergreen (state colllege).
i'd be happy to volunteer at  the hte tables if needed !

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