lifeblood: listlogs: 2004-09d


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date:         wed, 22 sep 2004 01:02:17 -0700
reply-to:     wherever <wherever@gato-loco.com>
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at 02:01 pm 9/21/2004, you wrote:
>i have 4 invites for anyone interested.


what is gmail?

thanks

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date:         thu, 23 sep 2004 11:56:25 +1000
reply-to:     sherlyn koo <sherlyn@pixelopolis.com>
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hey folks,

i found an article about a new benefit compilation including ig:
http://www.hindustantimes.com/news/181_1019347,00110005.htm

the album is called "for the lady: dedicated to freeing aung san suu
kyi and the courageous people of burma" and comes out oct 26 on
rhino records.  other artists involved with the project include u2,
pearl jam, coldplay, rem, and travis.

read the full article at the url above (it's two pages long - you'll need
to click on the numbers at the bottom of the page to see the second
pgae)...

cheers,
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date:         thu, 23 sep 2004 03:18:15 edt
reply-to:     indigokare@aol.com
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i have one gmail invite up for grabs. ;)  email indigokare@gmail.com (not
this aol address) if you want it.

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don't let 'em bleed you of your will..."
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date:         thu, 23 sep 2004 06:21:39 -0700
reply-to:     toye gillman <toye77@sbcglobal.net>
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subject:      (nigc)  mandatory draft-men & women!!
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well isn't this crazy!!  i know i can count on all of you to go to the listed websites and for heaven's sake, voice your opinion.  i know that i don't want either of my sons (21 and 18 yo) to go to a war that makes no sense!  note that if you have daughters, this includes women in the draft as well.  even if your sons/daughters are not of age yet, remember that if this gets started, we never know when it will end.  it also mandates extending terms for those currently enlisted, who have already served their country.  george w. wants to thank them by forbidding them to end their military service.  my girlfriend has been in the navy for 15 years and in the reserves for 9 years.  she could have already retired, but they have placed all retirements on hold due to the current military situation.  isn't that long enough to serve?  do we really want to send our sons/daughters to iraq?  please help!
toye


>> express your preference.
>>
>> mandatory draft for boys and girls (ages 18-26)
>>starting june 15, 2005, is something that everyone should know about.
>>this literally effects everyone since we all have or know children
>>that will ha ve to go if this bill passes.
>> there is pending legislation in the house and
>>senate (companion bills: s89 and hr 163) which will time the
>>program's initiation so the draft can begin as early as spring, 2005,
>>just after the 2004 presidential election. the administration is
>>quietly trying to get these bills passed now, while the public's
>>attention is on the elections, so our action on this is needed
>>immediately. details and links follow.
>> this plan, among other things, eliminates higher
>>education as a shelter and includes women in the draft. also,
>>crossing into canada has already been made very difficult.
>>
>> actions:
>>
>> please send this on to all the parents and teachers
>>you know, and all the aunts and uncles, grandparents, godparents. . .
>>and let your children know - - it's their future, and they can be a
>>powerful voice for change!
>>
>> this legislation is called hr 163 and can be found
>>in detail at this website:
>>
>> http://thomas.loc.gov/
>> just enter in "hr 163" and click search and will
>>bring up the bill for you to read. it is less than two pages long.
>>
>> if this bill passes, it will include all men and
>>all women from ages 18 - 26 in a draft for military action. in
>>addition, college will no longer be an option for avoiding the draft
>>and they will be signing an agreement with the canada which will no
>>longer permit anyone attempting to dodge the draft to stay within
>>it's borders. this bill also includes the extention of military
>>service for all those that are currently active. if you go to the
>>selcet service web site and read their 2004 fyi goals you will see
>>th at the reasoning for this is to increase the size of the military
>>in case of terrorism. this is a critical piece of legislation, this
>>will effect our undergradates, our children and our grandchildren.
>>please take the time to write your congressman and let them know how
>>you feel about this legislation.
>> www.house.gov
>> www.senate.gov
>> please also write to your representatives and ask
>>them why they aren't telling their constituents about these bills and
>>write to newspapers and other media outlets to ask them why they're
>>not covering this important story.
>>
>> the draft $28 million has been added to the 2004
>>selective service system budget to prepare for a military draft that
>>could start as early as june 15, 2005. selective service must report
>>to bush on march 31, 2005 that the s ystem, which has lain dormant for
>>decades, is ready for activation.
>> please see
>>www.sss.gov/perfplan_fy2004.html to view
>>the selective service system annual performance plan, fiscal year
>>2004.
>> the pentagon has quietly begun a public campaign to
>>fill all 10,350 draft board positions and 11,070 appeals board slots
>>nationwide. though this is an unpopular election year topic, military
>>experts and influential members of congress are suggesting that if
>>rumsfeld's prediction of a "long, hard slog" in iraq and afghanistan
>>(and permanent state of war on terrorism) proves accurate, the u.s.
>>may have no choice but to draft.
>>
>>
>>www.hslda.org/legislation/national/2003/s89/default.asp entitled the
>>universal national ser vice act of 2003, "to provide for the common
>>defense by requiring that all young persons (age 18-26) in the united
>>states, including women, perform a period of military service or a
>>period of civilian service in furtherance of the national defense and
>>homeland security, and for other purposes." these active bills
>>currently sit in the committee on armed services. dodging the draft
>>will be more difficult than those from the vietnam era. college and
>>canada will not be options. in december, 200 1, canada and the u.s.
>>signed a "smart border declaration," which could be used to keep
>>would-be draft dodgers in. signed by canada's minister of foreign
>>affairs, john manley, and u.s. homeland security director, tom ridge,
>>the declaration involves a 30 point plan which implements, among
>>other things, a "pre-clearance agreement" of people entering and
>>depar ting each country. reforms aimed at making the draft more
>>equitable along gender and class lines also eliminates higher
>>education as a shelter. underclassmen would only be able to postpone
>>service until the end of their current semester. seniors would have
>>until the end of the academic year.
>>
>> what to do: tell your friends, contact your
>>legislators and ask them to oppose these bills
>>
>> just type "congress" into the aol search engine
>>and input your zip code. a list of your reps will pop up with a way
>>to email them directly. we can't just sit and pretend that by
>>ignoring it, it will go away. we must voice our concerns and create
>>the world we want to live in for our children and grandchildren.

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date:         thu, 23 sep 2004 09:40:56 -0400
reply-to:     neil hunt <neil@andineil.com>
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subject:      re: (nigc)  mandatory draft-men & women!!
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snopes is your friend :)
http://www.snopes.com/politics/military/draft.asp

neil
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coming soon to our house concert series here in media, pa
september 26th - christine havrilla
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date:         thu, 23 sep 2004 15:00:05 edt
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all that from a man who never really served time in the military...thanks for
the info.
i just may go visit that site myself, not that dubbaya actually cares...but
it's something to do on a 80 degree afternoon.that's august weather in
minnesota.

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date:         fri, 24 sep 2004 05:31:28 +1000
reply-to:     sherlyn koo <sherlyn@pixelopolis.com>
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subject:      fwd: indigo girls street team!
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hey folks,

latest official mailer below...

-sherlyn


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date: thu, 23 sep 2004 13:47:42 -0400
subject: indigo girls street team!
> hello everyone!
>
> amy and emily are headed to salt lake city, ut on october 1st for a
> very important honor the earth show (http://www.honorearth.org). we
> are in need of street team volunteers to help distribute posters
> and flyers. as always, we will give the volunteers a free pair of
> tickets for helping.  if you are interested, please e-mail us at
> street@rcam.com no later than 3pm tomorrow, friday september 24th.
> you will be notified by friday september 24th at 7pm if you are
> selected to join.
>
> thank you very much for all your help and support getting the word
> out. we hope to see you in salt lake city!
>
> best regards,
>
> russell
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date:         mon, 27 sep 2004 00:09:03 -0400
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subject:      birthdays (september 7 - october 3, 2004)
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ack!  i guess you can't let me go on vacation for more than a week - all of my hard work towards getting back to the flawless birthday goddess i know resides within all goes to hell :p

oh well - new slate or something.  sorry to those who already celebrated - but think of it as a reason to party again.  or something! :)

september 7th
kemejets@aol.com (kristen)
"some things i hold too tightly, some things i'll never touch."

september 10
havanamoon <havanamoon@juno.com> (tim baldwin)
"your actions will follow you, full circle round...."

sept 10 ('79)
torrie <broadway_babe_42@yahoo.com>
"is it the boy that you see in me or the girl that you
could be?"- measure of me, amy ray

september 12 ('77)
cmdst30+@pitt.edu (christy diefenderfer)

september 12 ('69)
ccigfan@aol.com (cheri)
"say goodbye to a world where you cannot breathe
to hiding behind unfamiliar skin
to singing songs never knowing what they mean
now this is the way it was meant to be
be still and listen to the rising and falling
knowledge is power and i never knew me till now."  --michelle malone

september 15
creechal@spamcop.net (anna creech)
"there's no need for pretending.  just be the one you are." --wishing chair

september 16 ('63)
klewis@msmail.is5.tch.tmc.edu (kris lewis)
"oh how i wish i were a trinity, so if i lost a part of me i'd still
have two of the same to live"

september 16 ('67)
jennifer mcqueen <jenmcqueen@clara.co.uk>

september 17 ('76)
rudyburman@aol.com (ruthie)

september 17
chance0631@aol.com (lynn)
* nomads*indians*saints, september 18 1990

september 20 ('81)
cloudyfire@aol.com (rachel)
"i stood without clothes, danced in the sand, i was aching with freedom,
kissing the damned and i said remember this as how it should be..."

september 21 ('76)
tleung@wellesley.edu (therese)
"when you learn to love yourself, you will dissolve all the stones
that are cast"

september 21
miss piggy <kinsey921@yahoo.com> (donna)
hero: emily, because she inspires and brings out so
much positivity through her music.
fave album: rites of passage
fave ig concert: sacramento, jan. 98 (acoustic show)

september 22
dawn (avedyke@aol.com)
"we're sorry...the brain you are trying to reach has been disconnected or is no
longer in service....."

september 22
bethany fleischauer <fleiscbe@sbu.edu>

"i like the way you wanted me
every night for so long baby
and i like the way you needed me
every time things got rocky"
from baby don't break my heart too slow

sept 24 (1980)
amanda [biodb8er@rocketmail.com]

september 24 (69)
garian vigil

sept. 27
drusian@juno.com (heather hughes)

september 27
hunterj1@aol.com (jude hunter)

september 29
younge@ucs.orst.edu (crazy!!!)

september 29 (yay!!!!!)
chickenwomyn@hotmail.com (carol ann petricevic)
"to create...to invent...to endure...to believe....
that sacred moment of vision, when a single (being) is sparked by
inspiration, looks up to the stars...dreams of things that never were,
and vows to make them real......"
- until next time (my om team in '97)

september 30 ('77)
lisag@charity.trinityvt.edu (lisa grandjean)

october 2
chikenman4@aol.com (lauryn)

october 2, 1975
swinky2001@aol.com - missy

october 3
ljusko@netexp.net (lori jusko)

october 3 ('68)
u_posa@venus.twu.edu (monique posa)

october 3
deb.radziewicz@unisys.com (deb)

jeeeebus! :)  i'll try not to do that ever again :)


love and devotion,
audra
bge

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date:         wed, 29 sep 2004 04:42:47 +1000
reply-to:     sherlyn koo <sherlyn@pixelopolis.com>
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hey folks,

here's another article about the aung san suu kyi benefit album... if
you want to read it online it's at:
http://www.undercover.com.au/news/2004/sept04/20040925_burma.html

cheers,
sherlyn

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matchbox twenty, u2, damian rice sing for burma

by paul cashmere

25 september 2004

some the world's best known rock acts have given a song for the people of burma.

the album will feature u2, natalie merchant, pearl jam, coldplay, ani difranco, r.e.m., avril lavigne, talib kweli, peter
gabriel, ben harper, paul mccartney, eric clapton, sting, bonnie raitt, damien rice, travis, indigo girls and matchbox
twenty.

songs from r.e.m., pearl jam, tom morello's the nightwatchman, damien rice, lili hadyn and better than ezra are all
previously unreleased.

the album is a call for action for the world's only imprisoned nobel peace prize recipient, aung san suu kyi,

according to the official information from the website www.uscampaignforburma.org "since 1988 aung san suu kyi has led the
national league for democracy (nld) in burma campaigning for democracy and human rights against one of the world's most
brutal military regimes. known to many as "asia's nelson mandela", she is a symbol of hope for those struggling for freedom
around the world, and received the nobel peace prize for her nonviolent work to restore human rights to a country ravaged by
military rule. she has spent the majority of the past 14 years placed under house arrest by burma's repressive junta, and
thousands of her supporters have been arrested, tortured and killed. yet she is more than an activist--she's elected. she led her
political party the national league for democracy to an 82% victory in burma's last election--the military regime annulled the
results".

"bill clinton, john mccain, madeline albright, colin powell, bono, desmond tutu and vaclav havel have all expressed their
support for aung san suu kyi and her cause. in july 2004, damien rice and ani difranco traveled to thailand and burma to
visit refugee camps and meet with pro-democracy activists. their trip was organized by the u.s. campaign for burma to raise
international awareness about the struggle for freedom in burma".

the tracklisting for the album is:

disc 1:
u2 'walk on'
pearl jam 'betterman' (live)
coldplay 'in my place'
ani difranco 'in the way'
bright eyes 'no lies, just love'
r.e.m. 'drive' (live)
avril lavigne 'complicated'
talib kweli featuring john legend 'around my way'
lili haydn 'unfolding grace'
peter gabriel 'here comes the flood'
natalie merchant 'motherland'
maná 'cuando los angeles lloran'
rebecca fanya 'paper airplanes'
ben harper 'oppression' (live)

disc 2:
paul mccartney 'freedom' (live)
the nightwatchman 'let freedom ring'
eric clapton 'wonderful tonight'
sting 'fragilidad'
bonnie raitt 'angel from montgomery' (live)
damien rice 'lonely soldier' (live)
travis 'the cage'
guster 'keep it together'
hour cast 'memories and lies'
indigo girls 'perfect world' (live)
better than ezra 'get you in' (live)
matchbox twenty 'so sad, so lonely'
mun awng 'tempest of blood'

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