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ig-news-digest        saturday, august 18 2001        volume 04 : number 144

today's subjects:
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  [ig-news] vligc...from the daemon msg board...  [dee yellowlees <tomboy196]
  [ig-news] fw: oak ridge seeks aid for y-12 protests  [sherlyn koo <sherlyn]
  [ig-news] mad wi              ["<sarah t. rosenblum>" <rainnriver@aol.com>]
  [ig-news] silly parody & balt. mag  [sarah pinsker <reinventing1@mindsprin]

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date: fri, 17 aug 2001 06:45:45 -0700
from: dee yellowlees <tomboy1969@excite.com>
subject: [ig-news] vligc...from the daemon msg board...

[sherlyn's note: this message was originally sent to the indigo
girls mailing list at netspace.org.]

for those of you looking for tickets...


2 tickets to the sold out daemon showcase at
the echo lounge on 8/25

enter to win at
corner compact disc
1048 n. highland ave. ne
(in virginia highlands)
atl

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date: fri, 17 aug 2001 08:50:57 -0700
from: sherlyn koo <sherlyn@fl.net.au>
subject: [ig-news] fw: oak ridge seeks aid for y-12 protests

hey folks,

i found this on the newsgroup...

- -sherlyn

- ---begin forwarded article---
>from: "david gilbert" <digilb@earthlink.net>
>newsgroups: alt.music.indigo-girls
>subject: oak ridge seeks aid for y-12 protests
>date: wed, 08 aug 2001 09:52:06 gmt
>
>*note the last sentence of this article*
>
>david
>
>****************************************************************************
>******************************
>
>oak ridge seeks aid for y-12 protests
>
>by bob fowler, anderson county editor
>
>oak ridge, tn -- it cost $12,500 for the city of oak ridge to handle the
>latest protests at the u.s. department of energy's y-12 nuclear weapons
>plant, and officials are worrying that those costs will escalate in the
>future unless the city gets more help.
>"it taxed us about as far as we can go," city manager paul boyer told city
>council members monday of the city's response to sunday's hiroshima day
>demonstration.
>
>boyer on tuesday said the city "received absolutely no assistance (from doe)
>in handling this. they view their job as protecting their property, and i
>think it's bigger than that."
>
>doe officials "have law enforcement tools available to them that we don't
>have," boyer said. he said protesters who trespass or block the entrance to
>y-12 could face federal charges.
>
>boyer said all 43 members of the police department were on duty sunday to
>cordon off roadways for the estimated 250 demonstrators during their
>two-mile walk from a.k. bissell park to y-12. police officers on overtime
>were stationed at intersections along the route and at the bear creek road
>entrance to y-12, where a handful of counter-protesters had gathered.
>
>police had to deal with a new brand of civil disobedience sunday when
>several of the anti-nuclear weapons protesters scrambled across barbed wire
>fences at four locations around the boundary of y-12, boyer said.
>
>twenty-three were arrested for trespassing, and 15 protesters were charged
>monday after trying to block traffic at the plant.
>
>boyer told council that city staff intends "to work with doe to find more
>effective solutions to this situation."
>
>vice mayor tom beehan asked if state police could help out in future
>protests at y-12. "they'll help out as best they can" boyer said.
>
>police and protesters sunday viewed each other with "mutual respect," boyer
>said, adding that the attitude "was a reflection of the way mr. hutchison
>runs this event." ralph hutchison is coordinator of the oak ridge
>environmental peace alliance, which sponsors the annual hiroshima day
>events.
>
>organizers are forecasting up to 7,000 protesters at next august's hiroshima
>day demonstration, and a large crowd is expected next april when a popular
>alternative/folk music duo, the indigo girls, has committed to perform at a
>y-12 protest.

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date: fri, 17 aug 2001 14:09:49 edt
from: "<sarah t. rosenblum>" <rainnriver@aol.com>
subject: [ig-news] mad wi

[sherlyn's note: this is an excerpt of a message which was
originally sent to the indigo girls mailing list at
netspace.org.]


[...]
i just looked at the set list and (i can't remember if we were certain of
the title of amy's  confederate flag song, but on the set list it is called
"become you".
1b also on the set list is a song which i totally forgot they played called
"everfall. kaia sang lead on it. does anyone know if this is a butchies song
or what?
so the official order of the set list:
johnny rotten
become you
lazy boy
luct stoners
late bloom
laramie
black heart
measure of me
mtns of glory
everfall
hey castrator
on your honor (she gave a fairly long intro to this one)
refugee
and one encore
[...]
- --sarah

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date: fri, 17 aug 2001 22:03:35 -0400
from: sarah pinsker <reinventing1@mindspring.com>
subject: [ig-news] silly parody & balt. mag

[sherlyn's note: this message was originally sent to the indigo
girls mailing list at netspace.org.]


hey - the magazine sherlyn found was mid-atlantic gay life. i have one copy.
i don't remember anything interesting or ground-breaking being said, but
i'll check it over at some point when i get a chance.
also, in my most recent foray to the brunching shuttlecocks satire site i
found the following animation, entitled "your roommate plays the indigo
girls." for your listening pleasure:


http://www.brunching.com/features/yourroommate.html

sarah
reinventing1@mindspring.com
http://www.sarahpinsker.com
http://www.mp3.com/sarahpinsker
http://www.cdbaby.com/pinsker

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