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date: thu, 8 nov 2001 23:31:46 -0500
reply-to: mike reynolds <michael_reynolds@yahoo.com>
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from: mike reynolds <michael_reynolds@yahoo.com>
subject: sigc - soa protest 11/17-18 - columbus ga
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didnt the girls play this - or amy show up like a year or two ago - well -
here is a press release - i know amy has brought this up in interviews -
for what it is worth.

for immediate release
november 8, 2001
1:27 pm
contact: school of the americas watch
eric lecompte (253) 988-4927
jeff winder (253) 376-5694
after nov. 14:
soa watch media center, columbus, ga
rick mcdowell (706) 687-0349
thousands to converge in columbus ga - nov. 17 & 18 - to protest u.s. army
training of latin american terrorists washington - november 8 - on saturday
and sunday, november 17 & 18, thousands of u.s. citizens will gather in
columbus, georgia. they will commemorate all victims of terrorism and
demand the closing of the soa. soa graduates continue to be implicated in
acts of terrorism -- civilian-targeted killings -- in colombia and
elsewhere in latin america.
the october 30 london guardian stated, "until january this year whisc
[western hemisphere institute for security cooperation] was called the
'school of the americas,' or soa. since 1946, soa has trained more than
60,000 latin american soldiers and policemen. among its graduates are many
of the continent's most notorious torturers, mass murderers, dictators and
state terrorists."
on sunday morning, hundreds of demonstrators will take part in the annual
solemn procession to ft. benning and the soa/whisc. over 20 soa watch
supporters are now serving six-month sentences in federal prison --
including nuns, students, teachers, veterans and a senior nasa scientist --
for their (nonviolent) role in last november's procession. they are among
the 70 soa watch prisoners of conscience who over the last decade have
served sentences totaling 40 years.
the weekend program will include an array of live music and speakers from
latin and north america: hilcia guadalupe, joventud unita de vieques;
baldemar velasquez, president, farm labor organizing committee; teresa
gutierrez, answer coalition; pedro diaz, colombian human rights attorney;
adriana bartow, where are the children campaign, guatemala. fr. roy
bourgeois, mm, soa watch founder; rev. joseph robertson, south columbus
united methodist pastor; rev. graylan hagler, washington, dc congregational
pastor; charlie liteky, congressional medal of honor winner and recently
released soaw prisoner of conscience; united students against sweatshops;
sr. dorothy heidersheit, sisters of st. francis; gail phares, witness for
peace; fr. steve privet, s.j., president, university of san francisco; liz
mcalister, jonah house; jack nelson-pallmeyer, author of school of the
assassins; and kathy kelly, founder voices in the wilderness, nobel peace
prize nominee.
soa watch, founded in 1990, is a national, grassroots, faith- and
conscience-based group committed to nonviolence. we have offices in
columbus, ga, washington, dc and chapters in communities and on campuses
around the country. our goal is to expose and close soa/whisc.
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mike reynolds
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date: thu, 8 nov 2001 12:13:19 -0500
reply-to: tisara@webworqs.com
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from: "i am 32 flavors and then some..." <tisara@webworqs.com>
subject: birthdays! birthdays! birthdays!
hey hey all - i'm getting settled in my new digs out in the midwest -
so i thought i would get caught up in my birthday wishes. this email
will contain birthdays from october 29th - november 11th, 2001 :)
october 29
indilint@aol.com (karmen ford)
october 29
sunnyig@yahoo.org (sunny)
"the truth is, we all do the best we can do until we are stronger,
wiser,
willing, and ready to do better."
october 31
madonajk@alpha.delta.edu (mark anthony donajkowski)
* strange fire (epic version), 31 october 1989
november
november 1
longwell_ls@hotmail.com - l'sly
"i wasted time and now time doth waste me"
betsy bertiaux
bbertiaux@earthlink.net
november 4
liltree@yahoo.com (lori ann)
november 4 ('67)
imat39@docusystems.durham.net (tami waters)
november 5
j.f.l.devaney@aston.ad.uk (john)
november 6 ('73)
ml5x+@andrew.cmu.edu (michael anthony leonard)
"don't you write it down, remember this in your head"
"how recklessly my time has been spent"
"replace the need with love"
"and i dreamed your dream for you
and now your dream is real"
november 6
ryan blackhawke
"our resident hamster...er...hempster"
"one day the war will stop and we'll grow a peaceful crop"
emily saliers -- "trouble"
november 8 ('78)
stephaniemerhar@hotmail.com (stephanie merhar)
"light the embers of another
and the night won't seem so rough"
november 9 ('75)
alcapi@mail.wm.edu (amy l. capistran)
indigopony@aol.com (carrie mowbray)
"you could have seen the acting on the stage
you might have read the writing on the page
you could have noticed that a heart went breaking into two
but you never knew it was i was falling for you"
november 9 ('77)
jlk299s@nic.smsu.edu (jennifer l. keller)
november 9
joanne.cusick@cexp.com (joanne)
"you've got to dance like nobody's watching, and love like it's never
going to hurt."

i hope those that have passed had wonderful and safe celebrations, and
those yet to come will do the same.
it's good to be back :)
love and devotion,
audra
bge

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beyond the reach of other desires. no-one can legislate love;
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to itself, deaf to pleading and unmoved by violence. love is
not something you can negotiate. love is the one thing stronger
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date: sat, 10 nov 2001 11:18:36 -0800
reply-to: mandy <sister_fortunate_one@yahoo.com>
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from: mandy <sister_fortunate_one@yahoo.com>
subject: atlanta ballet t-shirts
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hey folks
i don't know if there's anybody out there still wanting, but the atlanta ballet
is printing a second round of shed your skin t-shirts, taking orders (online
and otherwise) through november 15th. all shirts are long-sleeve and $30. the
webpage says they're shipping all orders on the 17th, which strikes me as
ambitious, but one thing this trip taught me is that the ballet folks certianly
have their act together, so they may well manage it.
the design for the t-shirts is the same as the $15 posters, with the two
dancers (as opposed to the dippy little $5 ones with the ig close-up shot from
the main webpage and the dancer leaping over their heads - yes, thank you, i
own one) and you can see it on the ordering page:
<http://atlantaballet.com/tshirt.htm>
anybody without browser access or who'd rather not trade online can call in
their order at 404-873-5811 x202.
mandy

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date: sun, 11 nov 2001 10:56:26 -0600
reply-to: barbara bordner <ritesofpassage9@webtv.net>
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from: barbara bordner <ritesofpassage9@webtv.net>
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yeah that's right, i received a suspicious email.
it was sent from victormohmoh@yahoo.net.
it wasn't addressed to me directly, it just said <<from;
victormohmoh@yahoo.net, to:victormohmoh@yahoo,net.>>
the man claims he is the son of sonny abacha later head of nigeria,
says his family is having a lot of trouble, and he's trying to raise
money to send them over.
what especially gets me is he doesn't want his letter exposed....it
seems that if he's trying to raise money he would want as much exposure
as possible.
i'm not going to send any money, but why would the person who sent this
email not want to address me directly, and how can i trace this <<victor
mohmoh>> and do a background check?
very concerned.
barb
ps i have a yahoo account.
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date: sun, 11 nov 2001 11:14:30 -0600
reply-to: barbara bordner <ritesofpassage9@webtv.net>
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from: barbara bordner <ritesofpassage9@webtv.net>
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i'm sorry i mispelled the email addy it's victor momoh not <<victor
mohmoh>? as i spelled it.
barb
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date: sun, 11 nov 2001 10:00:46 -0800
reply-to: dave <xophile@home.com>
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subject: re: suspicious email please help
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sent: sunday, november 11, 2001 8:56 am
subject: suspicious email please help

> yeah that's right, i received a suspicious email.
> it was sent from victormohmoh@yahoo.net.
>
> it wasn't addressed to me directly, it just said <<from;
> victormohmoh@yahoo.net, to:victormohmoh@yahoo,net.>>
>
> the man claims he is the son of sonny abacha later head of nigeria,
> says his family is having a lot of trouble, and he's trying to raise
> money to send them over.
>
> what especially gets me is he doesn't want his letter exposed....it
> seems that if he's trying to raise money he would want as much exposure
> as possible.
>
> i'm not going to send any money, but why would the person who sent this
> email not want to address me directly, and how can i trace this <<victor
> mohmoh>> and do a background check?
>
> very concerned.
>
> barb
>
it's just spam...i received the same e-mail and i don't have a yahoo
account. in fact i got the same thing a few months back. just ignore and
delete it.
dave
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date: sun, 11 nov 2001 22:42:51 +0100
reply-to: kathrin_siegmund@gmx.de
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from: kathrin siegmund <kathrin_siegmund@gmx.de>
subject: mp3 of the week
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hey there!
for everyone who might be waiting for their mp3 of the week:
i can't send it out before wednesday this week, i'm sorry.
i'll post about it again on wednesday and let y'all know which song it's
gonna be this week.
take care,
kathrin
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date: sun, 11 nov 2001 21:56:10 -0600
reply-to: barbara bordner <ritesofpassage9@webtv.net>
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from: barbara bordner <ritesofpassage9@webtv.net>
subject: thanks
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thanks to all who have responded to my earlier
post. apparently the email i was talking about has been around for
years.
and so i am not goin to persue th matter further. i'll justdelete it.
thanks
barb
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date: sun, 11 nov 2001 22:06:08 -0600
reply-to: "lisa m. schreihart" <lschreihart@juno.com>
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from: "lisa m. schreihart" <lschreihart@juno.com>
subject: sigc: must-hear live music in atlanta!
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what do you get if you cross indigo girls with bonnie raitt,
mary chapin carpenter, and melissa etheridge?
attention listees who live in atlanta/decatur or the surrounding
areas, or who will be around there on nov. 16-18......
please contact me if you would like to help with an
exciting indie music promotional opportunity for
commonbond's show at eddie's attic on sunday, nov. 18.
we have word that a special person will be at the show,
and we need to pack the place! first and foremost,
please go to the show!!! info:
commonbond from washington, dc
live in concert!
eddie's attic
515-b mcdonugh st., decatur, ga
sunday, nov. 18, 8 p.m.
more info: 404-377-4976
i have a cool flyer that i can e-mail, and i'd greatly appreciate if
anyone can help post some up around atlanta and decatur.
even if you just printed a few and told your friends, that would be
a huge help!
commonbond puts on an awesome show, full of great
energy and some of the best talent you'll see. live,
in an intimate settting, you can't go wrong. what do you get
if you cross indigo girls with bonnie raitt, mary chapin
carpenter, and melissa etheridge? come to commonbond's
show at eddie's attic (or anywhere!) to find out!
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get around the website - it's fun!)
thanks,
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date: mon, 12 nov 2001 17:38:00 -0000
reply-to: john bond <john.bond@lineone.net>
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from: john bond <john.bond@lineone.net>
subject: is everybody ok?
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after the plane crash in queens ny, i just wanted to check that =
everybody is ok. it feels horrible to be asking this twice in such a =
short period of time...
john.

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after the plane crash in queens ny, i = just wanted=20 to check that everybody is ok. it feels horrible to be asking this twice = in such=20 a short period of time...
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date: mon, 12 nov 2001 13:19:01 -0600
reply-to: traci drago <n_d_go_grl@hotmail.com>
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from: traci drago <n_d_go_grl@hotmail.com>
subject: ig musak
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hi all,
i wanted to share an ig moment. i went to breakfast before work today,
which i never do, that is way to early to get up, but anyway i was at "uncle
bill's" eating and what do i hear overhead? andy!!!! it was so awesome!!!
that's all.
traci drago
st. louis, mo
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date: mon, 12 nov 2001 16:47:57 est
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from: joe agueci <sprdinosur@aol.com>
subject: re: is everybody ok? / who is from nyc?
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joe from manhattan is doing ok.. as a matter of fact i was in jersey when it happened.
i saw the report on the internet and thought "why are they replaying 9/11 stuff?

i know that aera very well, i used to have a couple of clients there, and i did a play there a few years ago, and my friend, who by the way is an huge ig fan (that's how we met, she emailed me a bunch of ig lyrics and i was supposed to finish 'em)
she lives on the oppisite side of the street that the plane crashed on!
her place is ok, she is ok.
who on the list is a fellow new yorker?
talk to you soon,
joe,
manhattan, ny
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date: mon, 12 nov 2001 23:50:23 -0600
reply-to: barbara bordner <ritesofpassage9@webtv.net>
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from: barbara bordner <ritesofpassage9@webtv.net>
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i seem to have deleted my faq and am wonderring if some kind soul would
send me a copy. i need to contact jen.
thanks
barb
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date: tue, 13 nov 2001 02:46:57 est
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subject: reissued cds
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while i've been a travelling fan since the early 90s, i didn't spend the cash
to pick up the remastered cds from last year. are they worth re-purchasing?
please email or post your opinion, as you feel appropriate. thanks for the
input.
lauren
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date: tue, 13 nov 2001 07:55:15 -0500
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hey...
<<while i've been a travelling fan since the early 90s, i didn't spend the
cash to pick up the remastered cds from last year. are they worth
re-purchasing?>>
sound is great.
bonus tracks are good, if few in number.
artwork leaves a lot to be desired.
now you can get them through the "buy 1 get 11 free" cd clubs like cdhq or
bmgmusicservice i would get them that way (and maybe spend the cash you
saved on cds by some other cool artists like, umm... beth amsel, or jennifer
kimball, or whoever...) i'd be happy to introduce you personally to either
of these evil-but-necessary services :)
neil
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date: tue, 13 nov 2001 09:58:50 -0500
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subject: re: is everybody ok? / who is from nyc?
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>who on the list is a fellow new yorker?
i am...i work/act in nyc but live in queens- thankfully on the opposite end from where this all happened yesterday.
jason
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date: tue, 13 nov 2001 14:18:38 -0500
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today in the mail i got the latest issue of performing songwriter, november 2001 with billy joel on the cover. one of the main themes of the issue is the healing power of music. this includes a piece with writings from a number of musicians with their thoughts about the sept 11 tragedy. amy ray has a fairly long bit in this, and other artists include mary chapin carpenter, patty larkin, tori amos, david wilcox and more.
there's also a column by janis ian with a diary of thoughts as things happened in sept (she was in ca at the time) and another from julie gold whose apartment had included a view of the wtc towers. it's an intense issue and, imo, well worth reading.
since i just got mine in the mail, it should be on newsstands probably by early next week. it can also be ordered over the web at www.performingsongwriter.com <http://www.performingsongwriter.com/>

amy p.
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date: tue, 13 nov 2001 23:04:45 -0600
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please contact m,e in private.
thanks
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i must have downloaded this song from napster, morpheus, limewire, et
al, and i'm wondering if anyone knows what its from and who else sings
on it. i half recognize some voices.
anyone know or have guesses as to what andy is about? if you all
discussed this at length when the album was released, please ignore
the question--i wasn't a member then. lifeblood doesn't list any
background, other than that its amy's fav of emily's songs on the
album. just curious.
and--didn't we have a little contest going? songs ig covered before
the writer recorded them, or something. was that lost after 9/11? i
don't remember hearing the answer, and it would be fun if the list got
going a bit again. of course, if it was answered, ignore this
question too.
thanks
hope all is well in your worlds...
amanda

ps--if anyone wants the song, i can email it to you if your email can
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hey...
<<i must have downloaded this song from napster, morpheus, limewire, et al,
and i'm wondering if anyone knows what its from and who else sings on it. i
half recognize some voices.>>
billy bragg, springsteen and many more...
it's from the woody guthrie tribute album on righteous babe records. which
y'all should go out and buy now.
<<anyone know or have guesses as to what andy is about?>>
about three minutes too long :)
i think it's a fictional story of a farm boy. kind of princess bride without
the princess.
neil
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<<anyone know or have guesses as to what andy is
about?>>
about three minutes too long :)
great line.
andy, in my opinion, is not one of her best. i'm
being kind - never liked it, probably never will. it
just strikes me as unlistenable and insipid - - -
doesn't mean it is though. it's different things to
different people.
elaine
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--- marysnshne <marysnshne@yahoo.com> wrote:
> andy, in my opinion, is not one of her best. i'm
> being kind - never liked it, probably never will. it
> just strikes me as unlistenable and insipid - - -
> doesn't mean it is though. it's different things to
> different people.
i sort of go back and forth with andy. it's nowhere near a favorite of mine,
but then i don't think that anything emily wrote for the last album measures up
to her past work. it really is much better live and acoustic, gentler and much
more affecting.
i actually think that andy, as far as songcraft goes, is kind of like ghost -
far less successful, mind, but the respective projects of the two songs are
similar. that is, each song narrates a failed love story, non-autobiographical
but written in autobiographical style, that operates in a series of extended
metaphors. and in both songs, i think, emily piles on way more instumentation
than is necessary. (which, if you ask me, works in ghost, more or less, but is
hideously cloying in andy.) i also think that, for all the specific rural-y
details in andy, emily is shooting for the universality-through-specificity
that works so well in so many of her songs, except that it kind of falls flat.
but, you know, she meant well.
oh well. at least the new album promises better... all of emily's new songs (at
least all the ones she played at wolftrap) seem realy wonderful. is it too
early yet to begin trading wild, unfounded speculations as to what the new
album's going to be called?
mandy
p.s. philly folks, we have another house concert coming up - chris and meredith
thompson are playing a brunch show for us on dec. 2nd. that's right, there's
food. check it out.
<http://www.southpawconcerts.com/>
<http://www.cmthompson.com/>


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