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date: sat, 22 jun 2002 17:28:53 edt
reply-to: lisa071573@aol.com
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subject: seattle tix
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hey.. i also have two seattle tickets for sale - one for each night - since i
decided i'm not going... i'll also sell mine for $35 a piece so e-mail me if
you're interested.
lisa
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hey.. i also have two seattle tickets for sale - one for each night - since i decided i'm not going... i'll also sell mine for $35 a piece so e-mail me if you're interested.
lisa
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date: sun, 23 jun 2002 11:00:47 edt
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from: "<sarah t. rosenblum>" <rainnriver@aol.com>
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so the last time this was talked about i didn't pay much attention because at
the time i was lacking in the bumper department. now however, i have this
beast of a truck (don't ask me why i have it, i'm still not sure, but it cost
300 bucks plus a valve job and i am certain that i get major butch points for
driving a truck despite the fact that i stop to fix my hair at the lights,
which i have to do because there is no air conditioning and all of the
windows are open and it's 97 degress here. um...close parenthesis.)
anyway, now that i have a vehicle, i am very much in need of an ig bumper
sticker. does anyone have an old unused one they want to sell or trade for or
does anyone know where i might obtain one?
thanks much,
sarah
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date: sun, 23 jun 2002 08:37:44 -0700
reply-to: juliana smith <monkeemaidjules@yahoo.com>
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howdy ya'll,
i'm known around the city for the car that i drive,
and not even the car so much as the bumper stickers
i've decorated it with. i have *so* many, and yet i
have not found any ig stickers. they're *very*
important to me and i'd really love to have them
represented on my little neon, so i'm going to echo
sarah's request for any unused bumper stickers for
trade or sale or whatnot, it'd mean a lot to me,
especially since this little car will be making a trip
down to summerfest in about a week to see the girls,
so it'd be groovy to support them on the way down!
peace and love, thanks to all those who reply, happy sunday!!
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date: sun, 23 jun 2002 12:20:33 edt
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hey guys,
just a heads up, i got an ig sticker at the show in boston, and they were
selling them in ny as well, so if your going to a show you can pick one up
there!
take care,
janet
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date: sun, 23 jun 2002 10:10:56 -0700
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subject: re: seattle tix
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i'll third this. two for the first, one for the second. also have one utah
ticket. it is at willcall but they said i just need to give them your name
and then send you the confirmation. sell for the same price.
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subject: seattle tix

hey.. i also have two seattle tickets for sale - one for each night -
since i decided i'm not going... i'll also sell mine for $35 a piece so
e-mail me if you're interested.
lisa
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hey.. i also have two seattle tickets = for sale - one=20 for each night - since i decided i'm not going... i'll also sell mine = for $35=20 a piece so e-mail me if you're interested.
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date: sun, 23 jun 2002 14:07:03 -0500
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subject: re: ig bumper stickers
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guys & gals i still have a lot of ig bumpers left over from a few years
ago when i put thm out on the list. they say <<amy ray for president>>
<<a+e=ig>> and <<what would amy and emily do?>>
please send a large manilla envelope with your address on it and
postage.
$4 face value.
barb bordner
1266 hazelwood #204
st paul mn 55106
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date: sun, 23 jun 2002 16:29:59 -0500
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subject: my new ig website! updated 6/22/02 forever indigo girls
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date: mon, 24 jun 2002 02:10:24 -0400
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i managed to find a nice old one on ebay that just says indigo girls in
the sots font. i don't think i paid too much for it, 5 bucks or so. just
don't get one of those hideous indigogirls.com ones with the scary
little girl. the ones they are selling at the shows now are pretty cool.
jer
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date: mon, 24 jun 2002 06:40:26 -0400
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they are always selling ig bumper stickers and window clings on ebay. the price is a little steep, but hey! we do what we gotta...
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date: mon, 24 jun 2002 08:35:58 -0400
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subject: birthdays (june 24th - june 30th, 2002)
happy birthday to the following!!!!!!!!!!!
june 25 (78)
ablipman@asa.upenn.edu (andi)
"the prize is always worth the rocky ride
june 25, 1974
chee (tcheehill@hotmail.com)
"lick my legs, i'm on fire"
june 26 ('77)
ae-johnson@nwu.edu (amanda johnson)
june 27
gflame@nwu.edu (greg flamer)
(i thought amy's birthday was in april...silly me! ;)
june 27
lauren (jeunechou@aol.com)
"i was a fuzzy brown bear cub"
june 28
karrie moore (guitarig@aol.com)
"baby its all in your hands you gotta learn to respect what you don't
understand"
june 29
grrrlies@aol.com (celeste)
june 29, 1985
grrrly4354@aol.com (celeste kennelly)
"lookin' up at the stars...'moo'."
june 30 ('69)
zkaa76a@prodigy.com (donna schwartz)
june 30 ('78)
tricia juettemeyer <tjuett@hotmail.com>


have a wonderful time celebrating! be well!
love and devotion,
audra
bge


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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."
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date: mon, 24 jun 2002 11:48:40 -0400
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looking for a single ticket to birmingham on wed. if anyone has an extra email me privately thanks! jen

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date: mon, 24 jun 2002 16:41:58 -0500
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thanks!
barb
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date: mon, 24 jun 2002 21:48:28 -0500
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subject: nigc oops! helen ryde that is.
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okay listees i won't bug ya anymore on this.
i do not have her email so this is my only way to contact her.. a listee
corrected me after the last post. so i'll go now.
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date: tue, 25 jun 2002 10:51:03 -0400
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i was wondering if anyone can email me some info on this venue. i have =
never been there before and i am thinking of going to the show in sept.=20
thanks a lot!
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date: tue, 25 jun 2002 09:39:40 -0700
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hkf's,
this is last minute so i hope this works! two tix's
in the mezz section, row g, seats 28 & 30. that's up
on the side but really close to the stage cause the
mezz wraps around on both sides. tix's were 40 + 6.80
- but looking to get rid of them soon - so half price
abouts, $50 for the pair would be fine. i'm in
atlanta, so person-to-person swap would work the best.
let me know asap! thanks for your time.
-mike
a+e=ig
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date: tue, 25 jun 2002 12:16:49 -0700
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tix's gone - thanks!
a+e=ig
--- michael cunningham <begonias15@yahoo.com> wrote:
> hkf's,
>
> this is last minute so i hope this works! two tix's
> in the mezz section, row g, seats 28 & 30. that's
> up
> on the side but really close to the stage cause the
> mezz wraps around on both sides. tix's were 40 +
> 6.80
> - but looking to get rid of them soon - so half
> price
> abouts, $50 for the pair would be fine. i'm in
> atlanta, so person-to-person swap would work the
> best.
> let me know asap! thanks for your time.
>
> -mike
> a+e=ig
>
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date: tue, 25 jun 2002 23:43:13 -0500
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all,
i have a boot-tape collection of mostly indigo girls that i would like
to send off to whoever wants it. interested parties should contact me
via email. i'll send it off to the first one who responds. there are
17 tapes in all.
in order to receive the tapes you'll either have to drop by my
apartment in indianapolis, indiana or send a sase large enough to hold
the following tapes -- should be about shoe box sized, maybe a little
smaller. note that all boots are on cassette tape. no cd's.
i haven't lost my love for indigo girls. i'm just realizing how
little i listen to these tapes and how much more good they might do
for another.
- rick c. hodgin


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1) michelle malone @ eddie's (2nd set - 12/31/97)
2) indigo girls @ various concerts:
welcome me - denver 10/22/90
get together, american tune, mona lisa... - eugene, or 3/21 & 3/22
'93
dgtgag, scooter boys, shed your skin - berkely, ca - 7/5/97
redemption song, chickenman, wild horses - berkely, ca 7/6/97
powderfinger - new haven, ct
3) indigo girls (filler) from 11/15/97, 6/13/97 and from lilith fair @
deer creek, in 8/8/97
4) indigo girls @ dayton, oh (unknown date)
5) and 6) indigo girls @ bloomington, in (december '97, two copies of
this one from different booters)
7) indigo girls - live on mountain stage / women's work
8) indigo girls - miscellaneous, the vault radio interview 12-23-96,
the difference (with todd rundgren) 9/30 - 10/6 '96
9) indigo girls - las cruces, nm 8/24/96
10) indigo girls @ arts center - carrboro, nc 3/21/88
11) indigo girls (various artists--compiled by claudine lapsky 1998)
house of blues 11/29/97; melbourne concert hall 2/22/98; state theatre
2/27/98; lilith fair @ vancouver 8/24/97; lilith fair @ raleigh, nc
7/30/97 + 11 songs on side 2
12) indigo girls - honor the earth, missoula, mt 10/2/97
13) indigo girls - chapel hill, nc 11/13/87
14) the b band (indigo girls) tuesday's children 1987 + amy ray's
color me grey 1982
15) melissa ethridge live at thythm fest 9/1/91 (includes change,
must be crazy for me, yes i am and piece of my heart)
16) indigo girls - fraze pavilion - 6/13/97
17) indigo girls - warfield theatre, san francisco 1/26/98
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date: wed, 26 jun 2002 00:15:42 -0500
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sorry to anyone else who wanted them. they have been spoken for.
- rick c. hodgin
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date: wed, 26 jun 2002 08:27:29 -0400
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make sure you scroll down to #21. i think you all might find it quite familiar. cheers, jen
over the rainbow and onto the charts
for pride month, cl counts down the gay top 40
by robert nishikawa
gay people have always been around, of course. but gay culture was never as visible as it is today. and on the road to the mainstream, gay-identified music insinuated itself into the pop charts, often with few taking any note of its gay content or subtext.
but beyond the impact of gay people on popular music, significant as it has been, the reverse is also true. from classical to camp -- made by gays, straights, those in and out of the closet, men, women, drag queens, and everything in between -- music has been an integral part of the gay community's identity. it has delineated the struggles and triumphs, and helped to define the culture -- not only to the outside world, but also to itself. whether it provides comfort to the loner or a soundtrack to celebrations, music is where the gay community can find its own unique story told.
here, then, is our list of gay culture's 40 greatest songs. the big themes -- truth, identity (gender and otherwise), personal transformation, survival, comfort, inspiration and fun -- figure prominently. and so do songs associated with films, videos, the stage and the dancefloor. you'll also note the large contingent of those strong, sexy women who've become gay icons. as madonna once said, "music makes the people come together," so "let's take some time to celebrate."
40. "relax," frankie goes to hollywood -- frankie ushered in the gay '80s video age. songs like "krisco kisses" held nothing back, but it was this ode to holding back one's ejaculate where the group really made its mark.
39. "losing my religion," r.e.m. -- religion and sexuality are prickly bedfellows, so when a gay man contemplates a loss of faith, eyebrows are likely to be raised. but surprisingly, like michael stipe's recent public coming-out, this song didn't cause much controversy.
38. "tutti frutti," little richard -- a pioneer of rock 'n' roll, r&b and camp? with song titles like "tutti frutti" accompanying his outrageous behavior, georgia's own little richard gave gay audiences in the '50s an alternative in every sense of the word.
37. "love shack," the b-52's -- pure fun and camp. this original, gay-inclusive band with georgia roots has been putting a smile on our face and a beat in our step for years.
36. "wig in a box," john cameron mitchell -- the list's most recent entry, this bit of catchy fun from hedwig and the angry inch captures the camp and frivolity of the stage show (and subsequent movie). kudos to songwriter steven trask.
35. "1812 overture," pyotr ilyich tchaikovsky -- the contribution of gays to popular music predates disco and broadway tunes. tchaikovsky introduced his artistry before anyone had a notion of gay culture.
34. "could it be magic?," barry manilow/donna summer/take that -- barry manilow used to play piano for bette midler in gay bathhouses. donna summer covered it as a disco tune. britain's take that, one of the first big boy bands, updated it as a dance track. three strikes and we're out.
33. "go west," village people/pet shop boys -- both the village people and the pet shop boys flirted with this tune's theme of escape to an idyllic, faraway place. a modern rewrite of "over the rainbow," the desire to reach that elusive place just beyond resonated with two gay-identified groups of different eras.
32. "that's what friends are for," dionne warwick, elton john, stevie wonder and gladys knight -- spearheading efforts to raise money for the battle against aids, this adult foursome helped the public care about the disease a president was then ignoring. it also inspired singer elton john in his untiring charity work.
31. "i'm too sexy," right said fred -- setting a new high in over-the-top male camp, these were not drag queens but, rather, full-on muscle men. their talk of runways and sex appeal showed us how to have fun in all its gym-boy glory.
30. "anything goes," cole porter -- the contemplative gay-but-closeted composer was a pioneer of the broadway musical and helped define the modern pop standard. the title alone served as a sign that our time was about to come.
29. "finally," cece peniston -- a dance song with such joy and passion, its inclusion in the film the adventures of priscilla queen of the desert gained it a whole new audience. it was so beautifully set to drag, it became a classic all over again. (cece peniston performs at the atlanta pride festival, sat., june 29, 9 p.m.)
28. "philadelphia freedom," elton john -- about lesbian tennis champion billie jean king and her team. neither john nor king was exactly out in the '70s, but they weren't entirely in either. the title says it all.
27. "seasons of love," jonathan larsen -- broadway discovered a new voice briefly in the '90s with larsen's musical, rent. this simple, incredibly moving song kicks off the second act with themes of homophobia, aids, drugs and bohemian urban youth.
26. "a little respect," erasure -- this duo's infectious beats and melodies resonate with both the club set and pop radio. frontman andy bell has long been belting out the tunes while raising the profile for openly gay artists in the music business.
25. "supermodel (you better work)," rupaul -- the onetime atlanta drag queen took the world by storm with this over-the-top ode to the newest, most glamorous type of celebrity. who better than a southern black man to introduce us to the glitz of models and queens?
24. "no more tears (enough is enough)," donna summer and barbra streisand -- barbra and donna. together. an early dance remix. you do the math.
23. "i'm coming out," diana ross -- former lead singer of the supremes, oscar-nominated actress and perennial diva, diana ross hit with this song in the '80s. whatever the lyric's original intent, the gay community ran with it, and the closet door has been all the more open ever since.
22. "yes i am," melissa etheridge -- the title track from an album closely associated with etheridge's public coming out. she says the song isn't about busting down closet doors, but it wasn't only gays who heard her unapologetic declaration of sexual identity.
21. "shame on you," indigo girls -- the atlanta duo was banned from performances at u.s. high schools because of this one. officials cited objections to a certain four-letter word, but it was rumored that their "alternative" lifestyle and a reference to "beautiful ladies" may have been the real reason.
20. "somebody to love," queen -- stunning operatic vocal arrangements may have dressed up this song, but its message was straightforward: "find. me. somebody to love." the unprecedented tribute concert for freddy mercury, after his death from aids complications, featured artists as diverse as guns n' roses, liza minnelli and george michael (michael covered this song).
19. "justify my love," madonna -- through both the song and accompanying video, madonna asked the world to open their minds. pushing sexual boundaries and shattering taboos like no one before her, she could be on this list 20 times over.
18. "glad to be gay," tom robinson -- no need for subtlety here. brit tom robinson pulled no punches with this '70s anthem. like the catchphrases 'i am woman' and 'say it loud, i'm black and proud,' this was about inclusion, representation and expressing what needed to be said.
17. "i will survive," gloria gaynor -- gays don't have an exclusive lock on this disco mainstay, but its themes of self respect, independence and overcoming adversity resonated nevertheless.
16. "believe," cher -- not just another dance hit, but a true return (and umpteenth comeback) for this survivor. the star of tv, film, stage and recording -- not to mention mother of a lesbian activist -- has been kicking butt longer than almost anyone in the business.
15. "time warp," the rocky horror picture show cast -- before rupaul and hedwig, rocky horror broke gay boundaries. while some of us still can't say for sure the difference between cross-dressers, transvestites and transsexuals, we should all be thankful for this warped musical.
14. "walk on the wild side," lou reed -- risque for its time, reed's early-'70s hit left a lot to the imagination. but this tale of cross-dressing misfits and the generally disenfranchised -- with its sly reference to "giving head" -- was nothing if not vivid and colorful.
13. "staying alive," the bee gees -- the effect of this disco smash -- from the record-breaking saturday night fever soundtrack -- was enormous, and its themes of survival proved prophetic. the song itself weathered the disco backlash and still sounds like a winner.
12. "living after midnight," judas priest -- forget the cliches, this is neither a dance song nor a broadway tune, and it's not sung by a diva. instead, we have a leather-clad, studded heavy metal frontman singing about his adventures on nightlife's dark side. with metal being one of the last bastions to be touched publicly by gays, rob halford's coming out was loud, proud and shocking. but it confirmed again that gays truly come in all shapes and sizes.
11. "smalltown boy," bronski beat -- this song perfectly chronicled the journey of a young gay man coming out and leaving home -- a story never heard before in a top 40 hit. groundbreaking and daring, this haunting tale still resonates today.
10. "karma chameleon," culture club -- when the world met boy george, themes of identity and gender roles weren't anything new. but mainstream pop had never seen anyone quite like him. this smash hit and accompanying video burst into living rooms across the globe.
9. "it's raining men," the weather girls -- if you've ever danced with abandon to this fun, frolicking camp classic, you know what we're talking about. hallelujah! is it half past 10 yet?
8. "somewhere," barbra streisand -- the gay community identified with the tale of forbidden love, hope and yearning in west side story -- which is where this song originated. it became instant classic as part of the musical, but when streisand covered it for her broadway album, she made it her own.
7. "ymca," the village people -- do you snicker every time you see a wedding reception -- or stadium -- full of people dancing to this song? just the thought of breeders twisting their bodies to this tribute to men meeting men at the gym is enough to justify its place on the list.
6. "streets of philadelphia," bruce springsteen -- start with a straight rock star associated with cars, girls and the good old u.s.a., and add philadelphia, one of the first hollywood movies to deal with aids. the result is one of the most harrowing ballads ever included on a soundtrack. addressing the struggles with illness, personal rights and freedoms, the boss broke down barriers -- and won a deserved academy award along the way.
5. "i am what i am," la cage aux folles cast -- after the huge success of the french film la cage aux folles, broadway turned it into a musical -- and the great white way was never gayer. this drag-queen staple will always be a poignant and dramatic reminder of the pride of coming out. rarely has a song dealt so directly and openly with gay identity and struggle.
4. "cabaret," liza minnelli -- "what good is sitting alone in your room?" this song, from the musical cabaret, has so many elements that appeal to gay audiences: show-tune elements, exotic local, dark sexuality, liza. all the stereotypes -- and so much more.
3. "dancing queen," abba -- how did two married (and later divorced) swedish couples who sing english pop becoming gay music icons? with songs like this, of course. the music speaks for itself. maybe the happiest dance song of all time.
2. "over the rainbow," judy garland -- it may be no coincidence that the rainbow is a symbol for the gay community. in the wizard of oz, garland sings her heart out looking for the place where love exists for all. she was one of the earliest gay icons, and her death is closely associated with the stonewall riots, which launched the gay rights movement.
1. "vogue," madonna -- a drag- ball-inspired video with shapely male dancers sung by one of the gay community's most beloved icons. this is as gay as it gets.
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over the rainbow and onto the charts
for pride month, cl counts down the gay top 40

to each his or her own, but this list ain't hardly representative of
me. cool for ig, nice to see melissa etheridge, even bruce springsteen, but
this is faaaaar from the songs i think have been significant to gay culture
over time, or, at the very least, significant to my "coming-out of age."
guess it goes to prove why ice cream comes in 32 flavors, and then some :-)
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to each his or her own, but this list ain't hardly representative of me. cool for ig, nice to see melissa etheridge, even bruce springsteen, but this is faaaaar from the songs i think have been significant to gay culture over time, or, at the very least, significant to my "coming-out of age." guess it goes to prove why ice cream comes in 32 flavors, and then some :-)
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michael stipe recently said that "losing your
religion" is slang for having a crush on someone. it's
still a great song, but not exactly a contemplation of
loss of faith! and it makes more sense now.
39. "losing my religion," r.e.m. -- religion and
sexuality are prickly bedfellows, so when a gay man
contemplates a loss of faith, eyebrows are
likely to be raised. but surprisingly, like michael
stipe's recent public coming-out, this song didn't
cause much controversy.


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date: wed, 26 jun 2002 14:10:35 -0500
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yeah, a contemporaneous article in sassy reported that the phrase was
southern slang for that. but stipe surely must have meant it to have a
double meaning.
on wed, 26 jun 2002, susan o'connor wrote:
> michael stipe recently said that "losing your
> religion" is slang for having a crush on someone. it's
> still a great song, but not exactly a contemplation of
> loss of faith! and it makes more sense now.
>
> 39. "losing my religion," r.e.m. -- religion and
> sexuality are prickly bedfellows, so when a gay man
> contemplates a loss of faith, eyebrows are
> likely to be raised. but surprisingly, like michael
> stipe's recent public coming-out, this song didn't
> cause much controversy.
>
>
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i think actually that it's a southern phrase meaning to get out of control, go way out of bounds, just lose it. i guess it could pertain to a crush but i don't think that's the specific meaning. (i guess i'm feeling picky today...don't know why...no offense meant.)
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it looks like you're right!
<http://www.flim.com/remlafaq/oot/lmr.html>
"losing my religion" is a southern phrase meaning
something like "i'm at the end of my tether".
"* i guess pop.notion was that lmr was
autobiographical.in fact, i was just trying to top
everybreathe you take for obsessive love song."
[stipe, on aol]
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> i think actually that it's a southern phrase meaning
> to get out of control, go way out of bounds, just
> lose it. i guess it could pertain to a crush but i
> don't think that's the specific meaning. (i guess
> i'm feeling picky today...don't know why...no
> offense meant.)
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anyone have an extra one for the first night? email me and mabye we can make
a deal.. thanks
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anyone have an extra one for the first night? email me and mabye we can make a deal.. thanks
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here's a little bit of internet slactivism for all internet activists:i
was visiting www.honorearth.com <http://www.honorearth.com/> , to check where things are at with
yucca mountain nuclear waste proposal....since this has been brought up
before here....i'll just say that the issue is one step from becoming
law...it will come up in the senate in july.....please contact your
senator and tell them to vote no.
you can find your senator and email them through the link i provided
above.
thanks!
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hi y'all, does anyone have any info on when tickets will go on sale for the cary, nc show at the regency park amphitheatre? i called the venue, and ticketmaster, and noone seems to know anything.
if you have any scoop please share
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i have an extra ticket minneapolis ticket for friday, july 5th at the
state theater. it is on the floor section mf 2, row j, seat 12. with tm
service charges, i paid $46.43 for the ticket, but i will sell it for the
$37 face value plus shipping ($7 for two day or $13 overnight ups
shipping). i am in kansas city.
i will try to be flexible in terms of payment since there's not much time,
but fyi i have paypal and billpoint if you have the ability to pay that
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please email me if interested.
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p 143 of june 28 issue of entertainment weekly
there is a chart showing top grossing concerts. ig comes in at #13 for
the 2 shows in ny
yay
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does anyone have the setlist for the show in birmingham, al? i remember:
bitterroot
mystery
closer to fine
galileo
ghost
she's saving me
deconstruction
chickenman
yield
our deliverence
tried to be true
watershed
power of two
laramie
shame on you
least complicated
moment of forgiveness
ozillene (sp?)
that's not in order, but that is what i remember being played. anybody that
was there know if i'm leaving anything out? it was a great show. amy
looked so cute in her bondage-y kilt/black tank/braids. emily---don't
remember what she had on, but i love her too. let me repeat: it was a great
show. my only complaint is that the audience didn't seem to be comprised of
huge (me) fans. they only stood for closer to fine and galileo, and when a&e
sang laramie, everybody sat down, and i heard the folks behind me say that
they did not know "that song." anybody reading this who hasn't heard amy's
solo album, i stress that you should run run run and purchase it. it is
fanstasic! oh well, that's my out of order review of the b'ham show. i love
them!!!
april
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does anyone have the setlist for the show in birmingham, al? i remember:
bitterroot
mystery
closer to fine
galileo
ghost
she's saving me
deconstruction
chickenman
yield
our deliverence
tried to be true
watershed
power of two
laramie
shame on you
least complicated
moment of forgiveness
ozillene (sp?)
that's not in order, but that is what i remember being played. anybody that was there know if i'm leaving anything out? it was a great show. amy looked so cute in her bondage-y kilt/black tank/braids. emily---don't remember what she had on, but i love her too. let me repeat: it was a great show. my only complaint is that the audience didn't seem to be comprised of huge (me) fans. they only stood for closer to fine and galileo, and when a&e sang laramie, everybody sat down, and i heard the folks behind me say that they did not know "that song." anybody reading this who hasn't heard amy's solo album, i stress that you should run run run and purchase it. it is fanstasic! oh well, that's my out of order review of the b'ham show. i love them!!!
april
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i got this from the ig web site:
june 26, 2002 - los angeles venue change!
the venue for the july 15, 2002 show in los angeles has been changed to the palace. any tickets purchased for the show at the palladium will be honored at the palace.
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date: fri, 28 jun 2002 07:55:19 -0700
reply-to: stephen mcgill <smcgill818@yahoo.com>
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from: stephen mcgill <smcgill818@yahoo.com>
subject: re: l.a. concert venue changed!
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yikes! just to satisfy my curiosity (and praying they
weren't changing the location due to poor ticket
sales), i looked for info about the two venues'
capacity...
palladium: 3,500
palace: 1,162
these are unofficial numbers, but depressing
nonetheless. please tell me there's another reason for
the change!
--- subcityii@aol.com wrote:
> i got this from the ig web site:
>
> june 26, 2002 - los angeles venue change!
> the venue for the july 15, 2002 show in los angeles
> has been changed to the palace. any tickets
> purchased for the show at the palladium will be
> honored at the palace.
>
> -scott
>
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date: fri, 28 jun 2002 12:34:10 -0500
reply-to: barbara bordner <ritesofpassage9@webtv.net>
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from: barbara bordner <ritesofpassage9@webtv.net>
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i have an extra pair of indigo girls tickets for sale....i'm charging
face value for them...i paid
$82 for the two tickets....i found better seats for myself at the show
and i no longer need these!
i will also post these to the bbs because i want true fans to use
these...but if i don't hear from anyone by monday noon, i will have to
go to ebay...i'm doing thi to recoup my money.
so. that's that. any questions email me.
thanks!
barb
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date: fri, 28 jun 2002 14:22:25 -0400
reply-to: neil@andineil.com
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from: "neil :o)" <neil@andineil.com>
subject: ig listee / john entwistle
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so i'm reading about the death of the who's john entwistle, and i happen
upon this article:
<http://www.cnn.com/2002/showbiz/news/06/28/entwistle.lead/index.html>
"outside the joint in las vegas, where the concert was scheduled, fans like
lauren j. hammer, 35, of boulder, colorado, gathered in front of a growing
collection of flower bouquets and a large british flag, the ap reported. she
held her colorado license plate that read "who r u" and business cards that
stated "who fan extraordinaire." "
which if i'm not mistaken would be lauren hammer, colorado native and member
of this here list.
circumstances suck though...
neil
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date: fri, 28 jun 2002 15:11:05 -0500
reply-to: dweiden@ix.netcom.com
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from: diane weidenkopf <dweiden@ix.netcom.com>
subject: re: ig listee / john entwistle
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"neil :o)" wrote:
>
> which if i'm not mistaken would be lauren hammer, colorado native and member
> of this here list.
>
> circumstances suck though...
definately awful circumstances. lauren was the first person i thought of when
i heard the news.
rip ox.

(entwistle)" also leaves us with a vivid picture, one with its own indelible
soundtrack, one that reminds us that the
best bits of rock 'n' roll often happen in the darker corners rather than
center stage. it's a picture of a man standing
very, very still, spinning out the most perfect sound imaginable in all
directions. - salon.com
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