lifeblood: listlogs: 2001-10d


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date: mon, 22 oct 2001 10:29:35 -0400
reply-to: joey krimple <joeyk@lightyearcom.com>
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from: joey krimple <joeyk@lightyearcom.com>
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well, i don't want to rub this in anyone's face who didn't get to go but,
wow, did you really miss out on something amazing!!!!! this was one of the
coolest, most creative and artistic endeavors the girls have been involved
with, imo. many thanks goes out to traci who organized our list meet and to
everyone i met this weekend for such kindness and hospitality. there are
some really wonderful people on this list! and if anyone receives any info.
on heidi please share w/the rest of us - my prayers are with you heidi.
peace,
joey
p.s. dee - send me your address so i can get the butchies boot to you.
sarah - i can't find your email address - let me know how everything "turned
out".
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date: mon, 22 oct 2001 10:59:28 -0400
reply-to: "becky b." <indigo_24@hotmail.com>
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sorry, y'all...
i inserted the wrong address in my "to" line!
becca
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date: mon, 22 oct 2001 11:28:46 edt
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i saw the new david lynch film, "mullholland falls"
recently. the movie is good but very strange,
just like most of lynch's work. i hated the ending.
the reason i mention the film here is because
they are a couple of love scenes between the
two lead actresses, naomi watts and laura elena
harrington that are just scorchers!
now you know.
-scott
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date: mon, 22 oct 2001 11:32:50 edt
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subject: nigc: correction, mullholland drive
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i saw the new david lynch film, "mullholland drive"
recently. the movie is good but very strange,
just like most of lynch's work. i hated the ending.
the reason i mention the film here is because
they are a couple of love scenes between the
two lead actresses, naomi watts and laura elena
harrington that are just scorchers!
now you know.
-scott
in my last message, i said this movie was called
"mullholland falls." "mullholland falls"
was a bad nick nolte cop movie from a
couple of years ago. do not confuse the two
like i did!!!
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date: mon, 22 oct 2001 11:35:45 -0400
reply-to: stephanie strassel <strassel@ldc.upenn.edu>
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i never post these days, but having seen mulholland drive (not falls)
yesterday, i'll bite.
scorchers? in what sense? lots of gratuitous frontal nudity from the
two female leads but nothing much else. left me cold (actually left me
feeling like i'd walked into a straight guy's girl-on-girl fantasy,
but...). a compelling film, i thought, but certainly not for the sex
scenes.
steph

subcityii@aol.com wrote:
>
> i saw the new david lynch film, "mullholland falls"
> recently. the movie is good but very strange,
> just like most of lynch's work. i hated the ending.
>
> the reason i mention the film here is because
> they are a couple of love scenes between the
> two lead actresses, naomi watts and laura elena
> harrington that are just scorchers!
>
> now you know.
>
> -scott
>
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date: mon, 22 oct 2001 21:16:38 edt
reply-to: indigokat@aol.com
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from: heidi smith <indigokat@aol.com>
subject: re: ig/atlanta ballet
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in a message dated 10/22/2001 10:30:17 am eastern daylight time,
joeyk@lightyearcom.com writes:
<< and if anyone receives any info.
on heidi please share w/the rest of us - my prayers are with you heidi.
peace,
joey
>>
i am ok for the most past. i've never had a seizure before and hope i never
have one again. the last thing i remember was talking to catherine spinale
at the restaurant and then being in the ambulance.
physically except for a very sore tongue from where i bit it on both sides
during the seizure, i am ok. emotionally.....i found out that my mother
passed away at the same time i was seizing.
thank you for caring and wondering how i was doing

traci, thanks so much for organizing the ballet tickets and going to
watershed.

heidi
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date: mon, 22 oct 2001 21:37:13 edt
reply-to: indigokare@aol.com
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from: "karen r." <indigokare@aol.com>
subject: nigc: traci
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hey traci,
i lost your e-mail address. i was just wondering if the fillmore and
saratoga #2 boots are finished yet. please let me know. as you know, i
can't wait to get my hands on saratoga2. ;-)
:-) karen
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hey traci,

i lost your e-mail address. i was just wondering if the fillmore and saratoga #2 boots are finished yet. please let me know. as you know, i can't wait to get my hands on saratoga2. ;-)

:-) karen
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date: mon, 22 oct 2001 22:55:01 -0400
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from: "i am 32 flavors and then some..." <tisara@webworqs.com>
subject: birthdays...october 22nd - october 28th, 2001
sorry about the delay in sending this out...i'm a little nuts here.
also, please note that i am in the process of moving out to the
midwest (thank gawd!) and i am not sure how long i willbe offline.
but when i get back - i will catch up promise! :)
anyways...here's to listees celebrating their birthdays this week:
october 22
wubuh@aol.com (christa)
october 25 ('75)
jamitch3@vt.edu (jack mitchell)
october 26 ('77)
ktm@utkux.utcc.utk.edu (katie mccurry)
october 26
karenfrey@redrose.net (karen frey)
october 26, (77)
kmj5m@virginia.edu (karen jones)
"i'm gonna clear my head. i'm gonna drink that sun. i'm gonna love
you good and strong, while our love is good and young."
october 27
i_zarei@net1ef.modares.ac.ir (hassan zarei)

hope they are all happy, fun and safe.
much love & devotion!
audra
bge
"when i say 'i will be true to you' i am drawing a quiet space
beyond the reach of other desires. no-one can legislate love;
it cannot be given orders or cajoled into service. love belongs
to itself, deaf to pleading and unmoved by violence. love is
not something you can negotiate. love is the one thing stronger
than desire and the only proper reason to resist temptation."
-- jeanette winterson, _written on the body_ (p. 77-78)
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date: tue, 23 oct 2001 08:34:04 edt
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from: gina lindsey <joybugaloo@aol.com>
subject: me, too!
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in a message dated 10/23/2001 12:09:28 am eastern daylight time,
listserv@lists.netspace.org writes:
hey! add me to the fine folks born on the 26th, too! joybugaloo@aol.com
(gina lindsey)
> october 26 ('77)
> ktm@utkux.utcc.utk.edu (katie mccurry)
>
> october 26
> karenfrey@redrose.net (karen frey)
>
> october 26, (77)
> kmj5m@virginia.edu (karen jones)
> "i'm gonna clear my head. i'm gonna drink that sun. i'm gonna love
> you good and strong, while our love is good and young."
>
>


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in a message dated 10/23/2001 12:09:28 am eastern daylight time, listserv@lists.netspace.org writes:

hey! add me to the fine folks born on the 26th, too! joybugaloo@aol.com (gina lindsey)
october 26 ('77)
ktm@utkux.utcc.utk.edu (katie mccurry)

october 26
karenfrey@redrose.net (karen frey)

october 26, (77)
kmj5m@virginia.edu (karen jones)
"i'm gonna clear my head. i'm gonna drink that sun. i'm gonna love
you good and strong, while our love is good and young."


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date: wed, 24 oct 2001 08:03:30 -0500
reply-to: michael & diane <luzi@midwest.net>
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i am coming out of my lurking to seek any help/suggestions for someone
visiting atlanta for the first time. i will be in town next wednesday
through sunday - and am looking for interesting things to take in while
there. my wife will be attending a conference for most of the days, which
leaves me free to explore. any help would be grately appreciated?
a couple of questions - i was thinking of taking a day and visiting athens -
any locals have any suggestions?
are there any good spots to go used cd shopping? how about good music
venues?
thanks in advance for any help.
back to lurking...................


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date: wed, 24 oct 2001 12:01:21 -0400
reply-to: jill certo <jillyc@hotmail.com>
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ohmygod. i just found the coolest website.
<http://www.eeggs.com/>. it's a trove of hidden things. little secrets stuck
in everday stuff that you never even knew were there. hidden everywhere.
in art. in lyrics. in movies. in computers.
for example, as per the instructions i found there, i've just toyed with my
internet explorer settings. now, when i click 'search,' my search options
are: 'find yourself', 'find the perfect gift', 'find that special someone,'
and 'find happiness.' and there's a page where a godzilla cracks out of an
easter egg and then the ie icon comes crashing down on him. i am so not
kidding (you need to be running ie5.0 though, or else follow the specific
instructions on how to reconfigure your version-- they're posted by a
reader). go to this site.
anyhow, for any sarah mclachlan fans, i found this:
1. insert the enhanced version cd of "surfacing" into your pc cd-rom drive.
2. click on the surfacing ecd icon
3. run the cd-rom multimedia
4. at the main menu, click the center of the large tree.
(there is a knot in the tree, click there.)
5. a new screen appears, and a small movie plays of sarah mclachlan playing
the drums for "building a mystery", and the other members of the band.
happy noodling.
jill
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me--or else they burst into tears, like small children when a scary clown
talks to them at a birthday party.
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date: wed, 24 oct 2001 21:58:11 -0700
reply-to: mandy <sister_fortunate_one@yahoo.com>
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from: mandy <sister_fortunate_one@yahoo.com>
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hey folks
so yeah, it's wednesday. better late then never, sez i....
as has been mentioned, the ig-ballet collaboration was super-cool. and for
anybody going to atlanta, the fox theatre (where the ballet was performed) is
worth a visit even without any igc; it's an incredible building.
i got a chance to talk to margo sappington (who choreographed the project) by
the stage door on sunday night. it was a neato experience all round, because
she was gushy and extravagant (my friend suzannah said later that it was like
meeting the personification of the hyperbolic stereotype of somebody who's
spent her whole life neck-deep in the ballet world) but also full of really
interesting information. touch me fall, she said, was the first song she chose,
("of course") and the rest followed. she also related to me a recent
conversation with amy, in which amy confessed that her initial reaction to
hearing tmf named in the program was "oh, crap." the song, amy told margo
sappington, had been dead to her for several years - she'd tried it in both
stadiums and clubs but had never felt that it worked. i'm assuming she told
margo this because she's since changed her mind... at any rate the song sounded
marvellous live, full of energy. hearing it life with an orchestra, though, i
can see why it might have felt wrong without a full string section on hand.
the other interesting thing margo sappington told me is that, pending a good
reception from the arts community, this project is far from over. the folks at
the ballet are trying to rustle up funding for a video, and with any luck the
show will eventually go on tour. :)
to all the folks i met this weekend, especially the crowd who convened at
eddie's for the michelle malone show - it was so good to meet you all.
mandy,
still tired but also still euphoric

p.s. nigc, and irrelevant to all non-philadelphians - kevin so is playing a
house concert for us in west philly this friday, and we still have some space
left! email me if you want details.

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date: thu, 25 oct 2001 08:23:39 -0400
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....but this one is worth the double-click just to see the picture!
enjoy!
<http://atlanta.creativeloafing.com/scene.html>


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date: thu, 25 oct 2001 06:40:19 -0700
reply-to: dee yellowlees <tomboy1969@excite.com>
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if y'all liked the ballet as much as i did please stop by the guestbook at
www.atlantaballet.com <http://www.atlantaballet.com/>
and let them know so they will do it again!!!!
d:)


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date: thu, 25 oct 2001 09:19:32 -0700
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hey folks,
here's the text of the creative loafing article previously
mentioned. you really should go to the site
(<http://atlanta.creativeloafing.com/scene.html>) and check
out the picture though...
-sherlyn
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cognac, kilts and rowdy girls ballet
and from now on, call me prince brave pants
by andisheh nouraee
the indigo girls project, a collaboration between the atlanta duo
and the atlanta ballet was fantastic. the show, which i saw saturday
afternoon at the fabulous fox, consisted of the indigo girls playing
seven of their songs with a full-band and the atlanta ballet
orchestra. the ballet's dancers performed pieces with each song, all
choreographed by margo sappington. even though i like the ballet and
the indigo girls, i was half expecting the collaboration to be
touchy-feely mush with ballet dancers in plaid and denim tights. i
was completely wrong.
instead of making the indigo girls into ballet, they made the ballet
rock. the dance was thrilling, kind of like a crimeless, fightless,
jets-only west side story done by a ballet for a gap commercial. the
crowd was lively, mostly female, and far more rambunctious than a
typical ballet crowd. if you drove by agnes scott college saturday
afternoon and the campus was deserted, it's because they were at the
fox with me.
unfortunately, i couldn't shoot saturday's performance. instead of
leaving you pictureless, however, i made the above photograph on my
computer, giving you a general, albeit completely inaccurate
impression of what it looked like.
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date: thu, 25 oct 2001 09:55:23 -0700
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subject: american women

take all american women who are within five years of menopause -
> train us for a few weeks, outfit us with automatic weapons,
> grenades, gas masks, > moisturizer with spf15, prozac, hormones,
> chocolate, and canned tuna - > drop > us (parachuted, preferably) across
> the landscape of afghanistan, and let > us > do what comes
> naturally.
> >
> > think about it. our anger quotient alone, even when doing standard
> stuff > like grocery shopping and paying bills, is formidable
> enough to make even > armed men in turbans tremble.
> >
> > we've had our children, we would gladly suffer or die to protect
> them and > their future. we'd like to get away from our husbands, if
> they haven't > left > already. and for those of us who are single, the
> prospect of finding a > good > man with whom to share life is
> about as likely as being struck by > lightning. we have nothing to
> lose.
>
> > we've survived the water diet, the protein diet, the carbohydrate
> diet, > and > the grapefruit diet in gyms and saunas across
> america and never lost a > pound. we can easily survive months in the
> hostile terrain of afghanistan > with no food at all!
> >
> > we've spent years tracking down our husbands or lovers in bars,
> hardware > stores, or sporting events...finding bin laden in some
> cave will be no > problem.
> >
> > uniting all the warring tribes of afghanistan in a new government?
> oh, > please ... we've planned the seating arrangements for in-laws and
> extended > families at thanksgiving dinners for years ... we
> understand tribal > warfare.
> >
> > between us, we've divorced enough husbands to know every trick
> there is > for > how they hide, launder, or cover up bank accounts
> and money sources. we > know how to find that money and we know
> how to seize it ... with or > without > the government's help!
> >
> > let us go and fight. the taliban hates women. imagine their terror
> as we > crawl like ants with hot-flashes over their godforsaken
> terrain.
>
> i'm going > to write my congresswoman. you should, too!
>
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date: fri, 26 oct 2001 01:36:41 -0500
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subject: sonia in chicago, tret fure in in (nigc)
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hi fine friends,
sonia of disappear fear will be at schubas in
chicago on sunday, oct. 28 at 8 p.m. that's
this sunday. i urge you to go, if you are in the
area, and if you love great music and
dynamic singer-songwriters. she is all that,
and more.
for more info about sonia, visit
www.soniadf.com <http://www.soniadf.com/>. for tix to the show (which
is not to miss), go to www.schubas.com <http://www.schubas.com/>.
also, for you in folks, tret fure, one of the
women's music all-time greats, will be in
evansville, in on friday, oct. 26 at
the uu church, and then in indy on sat, oct. 27
at the rehearsal studio. you should check
her out if you can.....she has a great new album
out, and she's been #1 on the outvoice charts
for the most consecutive weeks in the history of
outvoice. this woman is not only a great
performer, she's a great person. for more
info, go to www.tretfure.com <http://www.tretfure.com/>.
i'm from iowa, and you will see me at all
three of the above shows! i love road-trippin'!!
thanks, y'all!
lisa
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date: fri, 26 oct 2001 12:33:20 -0400
reply-to: catherine spinale <cspinale@pmn.com>
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from: catherine spinale <cspinale@pmn.com>
subject: atlanta ballet -- well, i would have posted much earlier......
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but i'm still speechless!!! what an amazing weekend!!!
i still feel like it was a dream.
it started on friday, i went to the 8:00 pm show. when i called
ticketmaster in august, the gods/goddesses of indigo must have
been on my side because, i got the only open front row seat
not held by season-ticket holders. since it was an evening show,
i decided to get all styled up in a black beaded jacket and floor length
black skirt. (hang on, there is a reason why i mentioned this-i'm not vain).
so there i was in the front row feeling like royalty. the conductor (music
dan - we call him) came out and started the music, then the curtain opened
to a beautiful blue backdrop and the female portion of the ballet all
dressed in
pale blue and white - they were stunning. the serenade was so breathtaking,
i started to tear up - before the girls even came out. when it was over
i stepped outside for the intermission, then went back and met the
conductor.
he was so nice and i told him the music was beautiful. then i sat down and
saw this small stage coming up out of the orchestra pit. i said a silent
"oh my
god-they're putting them in the center - right in front of my
eyeballs". then they came out and sang lc and the company was dressed
up like fans - it was cute. then the girls moved to a side stage and they
started
playing "shed your skin". well, i was finding it so hard to sit still, that
i did a little
"chair dance" and almost popped a bead right off my jacket. then they did
(i hope this
is in the right order) caramia, ghost, scooter boys, eiiot and touch me
fall. then at
the end they sang ctf and the company got in a circle and did solo freelance
dancing.
it was so amazing, but it went by so fast. but i wasn't too sad because i
had the matinee
to look forward to.
for the matinee i sat in the 5th row, left center - the girl's side - so i
got to peak at them a little
more than friday, but it was good to have two shows to go to - that way, i
got to see both sides.
i enjoyed it just as much, but i couldn't find our list group - so i got
kind of nervous because i
didn't know what anyone looked like and we had reservations at watershed in
my name. finally,
i met up with everyone, we ate then went on to michelle's show. it was so
nice meeting traci & stephan,
joey (my new boyfriend), mandy, suzanne, heidi and kathryn or catherine (my
prayers to you, heidi), and the
two girls who didn't sit with us-i can't remember your names. it was also
great meeting amy (indigirl), dee, brenda
and the gang from bbs. mike c & ron -- maybe next time - hope you enjoyed
it.
i ended my trip by eating breakfast the flying biscuit with joey, visiting
with some of the girls from the "board"
at their hotel and leaving my green jacket somewhere in atlanta - oh well,
hopefully it got into the hands of
someone who needed it.
now i'm back to reality and it really stinks - but i will return to my
favorite city again.
happy friday
c
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date: fri, 26 oct 2001 12:31:26 -0500
reply-to: barbara bordner <ritesofpassage9@webtv.net>
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from: barbara bordner <ritesofpassage9@webtv.net>
subject: request for good ig mp3's
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my brother offerred to download mp3's from aimster and put them on cd
for me since i don't use a computer.......are there any good ig stuff on
mp3 i can't get anywhere else?
please answer me off-list, i'm not trying to start a new version of the
napster debate. thanks.
peace
barb
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date: fri, 26 oct 2001 14:00:26 -0400
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subject: nigc: lookin' fer louisianans
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could i get a heads up from anyone who lives in or around new orleans?
yes i'm up to no good.
jill

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hkf's!
over the last couple of years i have found a place on the internet that i
call home. this list.
indigo girls are the most powerful living influences on my life artisticly,
and philosophicly and have changed what i concider acceptablely defined as
great.
i know i've gotten under the skin of some list members before and received
tons of flame mail for it... to those i say.... thanks. way to battle it out!
rock on!!
to those who have supported my rants you rock more!!!! you're my favorite. i
like you more then the other people!!!! if i was a parent and you were both
my kids, i would tell the other kid that i like you more! then i'd make the
other kid do your chores and 100 push-ups! =)
i love this list and the people on it. however, lifes ever changing sequence
of passing time and circumstances have forced this to be the last post from
joe from brooklyn.
i'm moving to manhattan!!!!!
i'm still going to be my firey, anylastic, forward and funny self. but for
now on send your flames to
joe
manhattan, ny
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