lifeblood: listlogs: 2003-11d


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date:         sat, 22 nov 2003 13:50:48 -0500
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did anyone go see emily & her dad last night?  big bucks, huh?
fyi - if you're in chicago and want to go out tonight, go to schuba's & =
see the cash brothers.


peace,
jen


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date:         sat, 22 nov 2003 13:25:42 -0600
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well, holy crap. i'm a graduate student in religion, and i was about an inch
away from going to this conference; decided against it because i couldn't
muster up enough company from my cohorts (we're still in the early stages; most
people don't start going for another few years) to split a hotel room.


i just had to share my pain. that is all.


mandy


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date:         sat, 22 nov 2003 15:09:02 -0500
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that about says it.
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date:         sat, 22 nov 2003 14:10:32 -0600
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yeah, it kind of bugs me that spiritual help, a ministry,  costs money.
i was taught that all
are supposed to freely give when it comes to
matters of faith and acts of corporal mercy.


i think should be a concern to each of us as human beings....it should
be of even greater
concern that they're charging $330.00.....isn't
that make it so that christian spirituality is only
for the rich? i wonder what emily thinks about
that.


i'm not knocking her for wanting to share her faith and do so with her
father, but she has made attempts to keep her concert prices down, i
would think she'd have something to say about that as well? anyone?

barb


stop the war on iraqi people! finding a peaceful solution does not
involve doing nothing.


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date:         sat, 22 nov 2003 14:15:28 -0600
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<<i would think she has something to say about that as well.>>


i forgot to menton that i'm not speaking of her keeping her concert
prices down......but the fact
that this religious "super bowl"  costs so much.


it looks like it's only for an elite few.


barb


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date:         sat, 22 nov 2003 15:21:09 -0500
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>>yeah, it kind of bugs me that spiritual help, a ministry,  costs =
money.<<


it doesn't - just wander into your local place of worship. or hit the =
'net.


this is completely different. it's a religious scholarship conferencem,
which *does* cost money, because well you have to hire rooms for those =
8,000
people, pay the speakers' expenses, and do all that other good stuff.


apples and oranges.


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date:         sat, 22 nov 2003 15:24:33 est
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also, i don't think that emily herself is controlling the pricing, or for
that matter, having anything to do with it.


(sarah, i emailed ya!  ;) )


:-) karen


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oppression and we will work to alleviate suffering wherever we find it. we will study
war no more. let music be the healing power." -- emily saliers' (indigo
girls) acceptance speech at the georgia music hall of fame induction (13 sep 2003,
atlanta, georgia)


"if you can't see beyond the myth of isolation and the miracle of daybreak
doesn't move you anymore connect the points and see the constellations as the
night comes down on the reservoir" -- amy ray (indigo girls), "perfect world"
(new song... *sigh* they just keep getting better!)
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date:         sat, 22 nov 2003 23:21:46 -0600
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arts series event: saturday night and sunday morning: music as spiritual practice, a performance by don and emily saliers
friday, 7:00 pm-9:00 pm
sponsored by the <a href="../../other/rso.asp">society for the study of christian spirituality
mark s. burrows, andover theological seminary, presiding


join don saliers and emily saliers for an evening of musical performance and conversation about spirituality and the musical arts.  the program will explore ways that music deepens life by creating, sharing, and improvising across so-called sacred/secular differences.  is there a lyric truth that refuses to side with either saturday night or sunday morning?  can music become a bridge between such cultural divides?  emily saliers is a member of the indigo girls, a pioneering music duo with two decades of collaboration, eleven records, a grammy award, several platinum cd's, and commitments to the environment, native american children, habitat for humanity, and human rights.  don saliers teaches theology and liturgy at emory university, and is a past president of the society for the study of christian spirituality.


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i assume this is also the basic theme of their book?  anyone attend?


diane


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date:         sun, 23 nov 2003 10:06:38 -0800
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with her dad. anyone remember the title. i found 3 other by don at =
amazon but not the one they collaborated on.
thanks
pooh


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date:         sun, 23 nov 2003 11:50:38 -0500
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at 10:06 am 11/23/03 -0800, pc wrote:
>with her dad. anyone remember the title. i found 3 other by don at amazon
>but not the one they collaborated on.
>thanks
>pooh


i struck out too - it was posted here a few months ago - tho i did find a
good pic of emily's dad


http://www.practicingourfaith.org/who_authors.html


(never seen one, tho i was inches away from amy's folks at one of the the
newports (93, actually, maybe they were the seed for the video bootleg...nah)


i'll spare you the boring and slightly embarrassing story of meeting dar's
parents with a adult diaper in my hand...


mike r.


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date:         sun, 23 nov 2003 10:01:42 -0700
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emily's book is listed for presale on amazon.com

here's the link:

http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/asin/0787967173/qid%3d1064626832/sr%3d11-1/ref%3dsr%5f11%5f1/104-0526816-9311126

a song to sing, a life to live : reflections on music as spiritual practice
by donald saliers (author), emily saliers (author)


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>with her dad. anyone remember the title. i found 3 other by don at amazon but not the one they collaborated on.
>thanks
>pooh
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gift-shop online from the comfort of home at msn shopping! no crowds, free parking.

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on 23 nov 2003 at 10:06, pc wrote:


> with her dad. anyone remember the title. i found 3 other by don at
> amazon but not the one they collaborated on. thanks pooh


http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/0787967173/002-
3539292-5238416?v=glance


"a song to sing, a life to live : reflections on music as
spiritual practice"


kathrin


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> yeah, it kind of bugs me that spiritual help, a ministry,  costs money.
> i was taught that all
> are supposed to freely give when it comes to
> matters of faith and acts of corporal mercy.


what neil said. it's an academic conference, like mla or any other academic
association puts on. that article diane posted listed sort of spicy paper
topics, but i can guarantee that 90% of the talks delivered are on much more
wonkish or pedestrian subjects. i doubt that anyone would, you know, care that
it's so expensive if not for the fact that a musician is there.


and while i'm here, i do love me some emily, but "a song to sing, a life to
life" has to be about the cheesiest book title ever. not like i won't but it
or anything, but cripes.


mandy


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hey, did anyone make it to the soa protest in fort benning this weekend?  i wanted to go but was detained by a basketball tournament (in which i broke a girl's leg.  not a good thing to be known for on the court...)
i was just wondering how it went and all...
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> hey, did anyone make it to the soa protest in fort benning this weekend?
i wanted to go but was detained by a basketball tournament (in which i broke
a girl's leg.  not a good thing to be known for on the court...)
> i was just wondering how it went and all...
> denise


what's a soa protest?


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> and while i'm here, i do love me some emily, but "a song to sing, a life to
> life" has to be about the cheesiest book title ever. not like i won't buy it
> or anything, but cripes.


hah! yeah, little bit cheeseball.


will the first person to read it please post a review here? because if it's
all chicken soupy, i might not need to own it...


yikes.
-andrea


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soa is the school of the americas.  they renamed it but i don't remember what they changed it to.  it's basically a terrorist training camp run by the american military in georgia.  most of the assassins who have done their work in latin america and other places over the past long time have been trained at the soa.
http://www.soaw.org/new/


sent: sunday, november 23, 2003 7:24 pm<br>subject: sigc: soa protest<br><br><br>> hey, did anyone make it to the soa protest in fort benning this weekend?<br>i wanted to go but was detained by a basketball tournament (in which i broke<br>a girl's leg.  not a good thing to be known for on the court...)<br>> i was just wondering how it went and all...<br>> denise<br><br>what's a soa protest?<br><br>dave<br><br><br>


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i went.  i posted a very brief bit of info on the daemon records message board.


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i ended up next to emily's dad at a seattle show last year.  well, until it
was time to rush the stage!  i didn't know it was dad until part way through,
but i could feel right off that he was a family member.


lauren


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<<a song to sing, a life to live: music as spiritual practice>>


what's so "cheesy" about that?


barb


stop the war on iraqi people! finding a peaceful solution does not
involve doing nothing.


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  >what's so "cheesy" about that?
  >barb

thought it was a pretty good title, myself...
peace,
eileen

start downloading music from 62p per track with the msn music club.

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hey y'all,


i was hoping to be able to bring a copy of the georgia music hall of fame
video to my family's thanksgiving shindig.  ya know, shere part of my life and
what i have been up to for the past year with them.  seeing that i leave
tomorrow morning, i think it's too late to do that.


but i am dying for a copy of the video (taped from gptv).  i was there and it
was one of the best nights of my life (ok, well, not every part of the thing
;) ).  anyway, i have an extra indigo girls poster from the sf fillmore (from
this year's shows) that i am willing to trade for a copy of the video. the
posters are good collectables.  this year's poster was white with various shades
of blue.  it says "indigo girls" and has the dates of the shows listed.  there
is a picture of a fox (i think).  no picture of ig on it (fillmore posters
hardly ever feature the artists' pictures).


please let me know if you are interested or if you have a copy of the program.


thanks and happy thanksgiving!


xoxoxox


karen :-)


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one day our communities will know each other better and fully celebrate our
diversity. gay people, such as us, will be allowed to marry. rivers and lakes
and air will be clean. our flag will stand for the unity of all. and we will
remember our brothers and our sisters all over the world who suffer from
oppression and we will work to alleviate suffering wherever we find it. we will study
war no more. let music be the healing power." -- emily saliers' (indigo
girls) acceptance speech at the georgia music hall of fame induction (13 sep 2003,
atlanta, georgia)


"if you can't see beyond the myth of isolation and the miracle of daybreak
doesn't move you anymore connect the points and see the constellations as the
night comes down on the reservoir" -- amy ray (indigo girls), "perfect world"
(new song... *sigh* they just keep getting better!)
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hi all - althought the ftaa wasn't a discussion topic here - i know a large=
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great program both a&e would probably like


mike r.

>ftaa protester's death sparks meningitis outbreak concerns
>
>by coralie carlson, associated press writer
>
>miami (ap) - a volunteer medic who treated injured demonstrators at the
>free trade area of the americas meeting last week died wednesday of a
>strain of bacterial meningitis, sparking a health investigation to
>determine whether others were exposed.
>
>the 23-year-old new jersey man, whose name was not released by officials,
>died in a raleigh, n.c., hospital, said dr. jean-marie maillard, an
>epidemiologist for the north carolina department of health and human
>services. he had been hospitalized since monday.
>
>the victim was identified by demonstration organizers as jordan feder. he
>left the protest early and became ill on his way home, said his friend,
>patrick mckale. he was an activist and a volunteer medic for demonstrators
>at the trade talks, according to the independent media center web site.
>his hometown was not immediately available.
>
>no other cases have been confirmed in north carolina or florida, health
>officials said.
>
>"there are some rumors and cdc is working to identify whether there are
>any other case or cases," maillard said.
>
>the centers for disease control did not immediately return a phone message
>wednesday.
>
>the victim had contracted neisseria meningitis, which is transmitted by
>respiratory droplets, maillard said. it can be fatal in up to 20 percent
>of all untreated cases.
>
>symptoms, which usually appear within four days of being infected, can
>include fever, headache, nausea, vomiting, a stiff neck, rash, confusion,
>sleepiness and discomfort while looking into bright light.
>
>"the florida department of health is working with local county health
>departments and the cdc to investigate a possible group exposure to
>neisseria meningitis," said rob hayes, spokesman for the florida
>department of health.
>
>maillard said it was not clear whether the victim was infected in florida
>or earlier because the disease has an incubation period of up to 10 days.
>
>"at this early stage, it does look as though we need to look at folks who
>attended a specific rally in south florida last week," hayes said.
>
>he did not say how many people were potentially affected, but thousands of
>people came to miami for the demonstrations.
>
>the independent media center also posted a message on its web site
>wednesday urging those who were treated by the victim in miami to seek
>medical attention if they exhibited any meningitis symptoms.
>
>radioactive is a grassroots environmental and social justice news
>journal with reporters/hosts amy browne and meredith defrancesco.  it
>can be heard thursdays at 4p.m. on community radio weru-fm, 89.9 blue
>hill & 102.9 bangor, maine (www.weru.org).  links to archived
>radioactive programs are at www.freespeech.org/ran or
>www.maine.indymedia.org --- be the media!
>
>
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>archive:      http://lists.riseup.net/www/arc/ftaa
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>action for community and ecology in the regions of central america
>http://www.asej.org/acerca/ftaa
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>american federation of labor-congress of industrial organizations
>http://www.aflcio.org/stopftaa
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>american friends service committee
>http://www.afsc.org/trade
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>anti-ftaa action
>http://www.antiftaa.net
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>citizens trade campaign
>http://www.citizenstrade.org/stopftaa.php
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>communications workers of america
>http://www.cwa-union.org/international/ftaa
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>convergence of movements of the peoples of the americas
>http://www.sitiocompa.org/english/focusareas/1.htm
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>donate to stop ftaa
>http://www.donatetostopftaa.org
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>florida fair trade coalition
>http://www.flfairtrade.org
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>food first
>http://www.foodfirst.org/ftaa
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>food not bombs anti-ftaa mobilization
>http://www.autonomen.net/fnbnoftaa
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>free carnival area of the americas
>http://www.mediamouse.org/fcaa
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>ftaa independent media center
>http://www.ftaaimc.org
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>ftaa resistance
>http://www.ftaaresistance.org
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>global exchange
>http://www.globalexchange.org/ftaa
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>hemispheric campaign against the ftaa
>http://www.movimientos.org/noalca
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>john f. henning center for international labor relations
>http://henningcenter.berkeley.edu/gateway/ftaa.html
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>jobs with justice
>http://www.jwj.org/global/ftaa/stopftaa.htm
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>latin america solidarity coalition
>http://www.lasolidarity.org
>------------------------------------------------------------------
>make trade fair: stop the ftaa national student conference
>http://www.tradeconference.org
>------------------------------------------------------------------
>march to miami
>http://www.marchtomiami.org
>------------------------------------------------------------------
>miami ftaa ministerial medical logistics
>http://www.artlessentropy.org/ftaa
>------------------------------------------------------------------
>mobilize miami against the ftaa!
>http://www.mobilizemiamiftaa.org
>------------------------------------------------------------------
>national campaign to stop cafta
>http://www.cispes.org/english/campaign_against_cafta_ftaa
>------------------------------------------------------------------
>national mobilization on colombia
>http://www.colombiamobilization.org
>------------------------------------------------------------------
>network opposed to the plan puebla panama (noppp)
>http://www.asej.org/acerca/ppp/ppp.html
>------------------------------------------------------------------
>padded bloc
>http://www.organizepittsburgh.org/pb.html
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>people's consultation on the ftaa
>http://www.peoplesconsultation.org
>------------------------------------------------------------------
>peoples=b4 global action
>http://www.nadir.org/nadir/initiativ/agp/free/ftaa/miami2003
>------------------------------------------------------------------
>public citizen's global trade watch
>http://www.citizen.org/trade/ftaa
>------------------------------------------------------------------
>the root cause
>http://www.therootcause.org
>------------------------------------------------------------------
>soa watch
>http://www.soaw.org
>------------------------------------------------------------------
>stop cafta
>http://www.stopcafta.org
>------------------------------------------------------------------
>stop the ftaa!
>http://www.stopftaa.org
>------------------------------------------------------------------
>tell us the truth
>http://www.tellusthetruth.org
>------------------------------------------------------------------
>united for peace and justice
>http://www.unitedforpeace.org/ftaa
>------------------------------------------------------------------
>witness for peace
>http://www.witnessforpeace.org/tools/tradetools.html
>------------------------------------------------------------------
>zapatista block
>http://www.zapatista.de.vu
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happy thanksgiving to all the friends i've made, and all the participants on
all these mailing lists, whether you be in the u.s. celebrating today or
not...  please take a moment out of your day today and honor yourself by
recognizing all you really have to be thankful for...  each and every one of
you bring something truly amazing to the world, and i personally thank you
for that...


namaste,
mark


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namaste:
i honor the place in you in which the entire universe dwells.
i honor the place in you which is love ~ of truth and peace.
when you are in that place in you, and i am in that place in me,
we are one.


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brandi carlile, a seattle area artist, will be playing an acoustic set at the troubadour in l.a. this saturday, november 29. if you live in the l.a. area you won't regret checking out this show. she is awesome!<br>
 <br>
you can listen to clips of brandi's songs & find out more at <a href="http://www.brandicarlile.com">http://www.brandicarlile.com</a>. <br>
 <br>
susan<br>


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hi all!


are there any guitar players in the dc metro area? i know there have to be!
i'm wondering if there are any guitar players that would like to get
together once a month or more to play. all skill levels welcome. drop me a
line off of the list if you are interested.


tori // musicfan@mindspring.com


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just thought i'd pass this along...


graham


indigogirls.com >> correspondence >> 11/28/2003 all that we let in


greetings - rumors are true that "all that we let in" will be released
in mid february. rumors are also true that this is an extraordinary
record. yes - we are playing the bottom line on thursday, december 4th,
in new york and yes , we are filming and recording the show for various
purposes to be announced very soon. if you can be there, then please be
there - don't know what else to say!!!!


happy thanksgiving,


russell


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please contact me. i need to know if you are still interested in taking
on the x-mas greeting card exchange. (kris came forward to me and
offered to take on the project....and i'm interested in giving it over,
but kris? i still need
you to get back to me.)


happy thanksgiving all.


barb


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>  bottom line on thursday, december 4th,

dont even try to bootleg there - christ the owner has a serious temper
tantrum when you ask him to live under ada standards, and it is a nice
venue - saw the bragg millenium 1st night 2 gigs there.


tho the 10 dollar tour boots are very nice items....i should convert those...


busier that, well just busy


mike r.


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at 03:43 pm 11/28/03 -0500, you wrote:
>there is rumor, and i may have heard it here,

not a rumor - dar williams and suzanne vega and someone else pretty big are
doing benefit shows there - i think i heard rumors of a boos solo show
there - but that would be sooooooo beyond any possible chance of getting
tickets to that it is silly to suggest...


uggh. i really need a job


mike r.


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