FROM: Killdozer
DATE: Thu Oct 23 12:18:42 PDT 1997
It's grape where you are, dear (you know where you are)

FROM: Bulldozer
DATE: Thu Oct 23 12:17:41 PDT 1997
It's great when you're not here (you know who you are)

FROM: Bulldozer
DATE: Thu Oct 23 12:13:54 PDT 1997
It's great when you're not here (you know who you are)

FROM: SpaceHawg
DATE: Thu Oct 23 12:12:24 PDT 1997
Whoa, back off, smelling salts, you're theorizing way over our belts. Give Squelchy a seat here and let us talk of kings, the muse, and fine writing utensils.

FROM: Necropolice
DATE: Thu Oct 23 12:10:47 PDT 1997
Death is my Sniffers favorite brand of stick. Let me know the next time B Hicks kicks. Before it happens. Now all I have are rusty looking vidz of grainy afternoons.

FROM: Ditty Moore
DATE: Thu Oct 23 12:08:37 PDT 1997
I promise only one thing: not to tell the vampires where you live. where's clarifyin' boy?

FROM: Virtually orange latex taut against indigo calves
DATE: Thu Oct 23 12:06:52 PDT 1997
. . . Only if you promise not to talk about beer bottle labels or try to reenact Marty Feldman bits in a drunken moment of cruelty.

FROM: I am The Anonymous Bastard Earwig Eating Your Brains
DATE: Thu Oct 23 12:03:22 PDT 1997
Whey-never Sweepy, Mynk and Chewing Wigs promise to leave, I jump for Joyce. Moist peeple on this bored have misspoiled wyrds; not only I (or is it "me," Chewtoy?).

FROM: Myk Murphy
DATE: Thu Oct 23 11:36:39 PDT 1997
yeah, mr wax, lovely london. oh yeah, sleepy doesn't drink beer. well, i'm sure there are plenty of options!

FROM: Chewing Wax
DATE: Thu Oct 23 11:24:36 PDT 1997
Maybe someday Decoy will share his story about forearm scorching. Is that Covent Garden and Soho in London?

FROM: Myk Murphy
DATE: Thu Oct 23 11:09:33 PDT 1997
an interesting option if all else fails, mr wax! many years ago i had all the hairs on my right forearm get scorched to a flaming, oily stubble when a fireball shot out of a carburetor while i was holding the butterfly valve open with my fingers... didn't hurt, but it was quite a sight to see. ok, enough cars. we should all get together for a beer in covent garden or soho one day soon. (extra points if someone brings voltaic.)

FROM: Chewing Wax
DATE: Thu Oct 23 10:57:11 PDT 1997
Kind of makes me happy. I was getting too chummy with him. I know what to do with carburetors. You pour gas all over them and threaten to strike a match if they won't work.

FROM: Myk Murphy
DATE: Thu Oct 23 10:49:52 PDT 1997
i was recently looking at the carburetor on my old car, but i was totally without a clue as to what would solve my problem. so the carburetor and i just stared at each other until i blinked. i always blink.

FROM: Myk Murphy
DATE: Thu Oct 23 10:47:23 PDT 1997
yeah, i always a--umed that sleepy was a guy, though not the sort that goes out and rebuilds carburetors and chops down trees. fortunately, i don't think it changes things. that's the beauty of this type of forum.

FROM: Sleepy
DATE: Thu Oct 23 10:22:56 PDT 1997
I'm really going now. Honest...

FROM: Chewing Wax
DATE: Thu Oct 23 10:20:59 PDT 1997
Ha! I knew you were still there. I could feel it.

FROM: Sleepy
DATE: Thu Oct 23 10:20:34 PDT 1997
I wish I hadn't posted that, I wanted to read the response...

FROM: Sleepy
DATE: Thu Oct 23 10:18:20 PDT 1997
Cough, cough. I'm now not a guy. Bye!

FROM: Chewing Wax
DATE: Thu Oct 23 10:16:08 PDT 1997
Myk - now that Sleepy is gone - didn't you think she was a guy? Is she now not a guy? As far as I'm concerned Sleepy is a woman until she says otherwise. Not that there is anything wrong with that. I declare I will ignore the anonymous buffoon from now on.

FROM: Myk Murphy
DATE: Thu Oct 23 10:10:04 PDT 1997
well, i hope sleepy has fun with his matching set of canadians. (they are quite a bargain when obtained in bulk.) as for the anonymous buffoon with a penchant for transposition (it's "ersatz"), nothing pythonic has been posted by me, and any pretense i have is purely natural, and not simply a "message board voice". heh heh. the only pretense i detect is when tragic characters such as yourself pop onto the board to dictate what should and should not occur here. as for microbrew beer... yum! now then, i must suggest that you hit "uninstall" on your Netscape and MS Internet Explorer applications, and when you feel you're ready, please return. or... find another name and suggest an interesting topic for conversation. this is everyone's board.

FROM: Chewing Wax
DATE: Thu Oct 23 09:56:09 PDT 1997
Good bye

FROM: Chewing Wax
DATE: Thu Oct 23 09:54:48 PDT 1997
Wonderful pair of tales. Too strange to be a coincidence I think.

FROM: Sleepy
DATE: Thu Oct 23 09:53:12 PDT 1997
I've got to go now, Canadians everywhere. Bye...

FROM: Sleepy
DATE: Thu Oct 23 09:52:02 PDT 1997
I can hear the anonymous one's teeth grinding...

FROM: Sleepy
DATE: Thu Oct 23 09:48:44 PDT 1997
Anyway, my second story is as follows:- Several weeks after encountering Robyn at said cabaret (which we went to regularly because the excellent comedian John Hegley was always performing) my friend and I were returning to the tube station to come back home. As we clambered onto the rickety wooden escalator we reminisced at how strange it had been to see Robyn a few weeks earlier, when as if by magic who should be standing at the foot of the escalator but Robyn in an extremely loud shirt. Anyways, we chatted about him opening for 10,000 Maniacs in New York and that was that.

FROM: Chewing Wax
DATE: Thu Oct 23 09:32:50 PDT 1997
That cracked me up. Strangely I know what you mean.

FROM: Sleepy
DATE: Thu Oct 23 09:29:27 PDT 1997
The irony of this is that I can't do my work because I'm wondering why no-one is posting...

FROM: Chewing Wax
DATE: Thu Oct 23 09:24:02 PDT 1997
Sorry. I was letting you do your work. Very quiet. Anonymous tries to get us to react and we oblige. It's so hard to resist.

FROM: Sleepy
DATE: Thu Oct 23 09:16:09 PDT 1997
It's all gone very quiet.

FROM: Sleepy
DATE: Thu Oct 23 09:02:47 PDT 1997
L - in what respect?

DATE: Thu Oct 23 09:00:53 PDT 1997
Perhaps we are making a horrible mistake.

DATE: Thu Oct 23 08:57:58 PDT 1997
It tries to use the word "erstaz" and calls us fruity sounding.

FROM: Chewing Wax
DATE: Thu Oct 23 08:50:14 PDT 1997
Oh yeh. The white wine as another thing.

FROM: Chewing Wax
DATE: Thu Oct 23 08:48:22 PDT 1997
Hey! You can say what you want about us but we three have never ever puked out Monty Python skits. I hate that.

FROM: Sleepy
DATE: Thu Oct 23 08:47:05 PDT 1997
I've never had a pale ale. I hate beer. Never been to Fresno. Don't know any Monty Python sketches. Couldn't get the lyric then?

FROM: I Am Anonymous Because You Don't Like It
DATE: Thu Oct 23 08:41:59 PDT 1997
You are so incredibly boring, Sleepy-Myk-Chewing Wax trinity. I wouldn't want to be near you in a bar, you'd probably be discussing beer bottle labels and where you had your first pale ale (new york city? boston? fresno!). Your message board voices are fruity and pretentious. It "sounds" like an erstaz Python sketch (and now, at the mention of the Circus, we'll have a three day volley of regurgitated skits, right? Okay, who's first?)

FROM: Sleepy
DATE: Thu Oct 23 08:35:54 PDT 1997
I've got to do some work. I'll tell you soon. Yeah, where is everyone? Mooch - I have Canadian relatives in town right now.

FROM: Chewing Wax
DATE: Thu Oct 23 08:31:35 PDT 1997
Where's Enilorac? Where's Decoy? Where's rOb? I offended you didn't I? I can wait for her story. I can wait all day if I have to.

FROM: Myk Murphy
DATE: Thu Oct 23 08:24:56 PDT 1997
c'mon, sleepy! don't banjo tease us! tell us a story!

FROM: Sleepy
DATE: Thu Oct 23 08:18:51 PDT 1997
Me too. I think it's her voice. Jodie Foster's bothers me in the same way. But she's great though. I was thinking that Voltaic has a kind of Beetlejuice appeal about him. Don't say his name three times... I have another story, but I'll save it until later.

FROM: Chewing Wax
DATE: Thu Oct 23 08:15:31 PDT 1997
I've never seen Reality Bites. Wynona Ryder bothers me. Except for Heathers and Beetlejuice.

FROM: Sleepy
DATE: Thu Oct 23 08:13:05 PDT 1997
Hell, no, you don't want to do that... I can't believe Hootie and the Blowfish would play Add It Up. It's so, ... not them. I'm sure that singer time-shares Eddie Vedder's voice-box. Now, I can believe that you'd play Add It Up, CW. Hee, hee. That was in the not-very-thrilling Reality Bites wasn't it?

FROM: Chewing Wax
DATE: Thu Oct 23 08:05:40 PDT 1997
Hong Kong is falling. Am I talking to myself? Maybe I'll do some work then.

DATE: Thu Oct 23 08:02:47 PDT 1997
Rather childish really, but I was young back then. Young and foolish.

FROM: Chewing Wax
DATE: Thu Oct 23 07:58:27 PDT 1997
I used to play Add It Up every morning on my radio show to sneak the swearing out over the air. Oh the phone calls.

FROM: Chewing Wax
DATE: Thu Oct 23 07:56:18 PDT 1997
Loved Heart of Glass though. Actually, I like lot of Blondie songs.

FROM: Myk Murphy
DATE: Thu Oct 23 07:52:19 PDT 1997
great stories. the only brush with fame i can recall was from several years ago. some friends from college have a band called "everything". (recent record deal w/ blackbird/epic records).... well, this band called "hootie and the blowfish" opened up for them at a small club in DC, and i was impressed with their show. i asked darius to give me a tape to play on the radio, so they did. i hope "everything" gains that level of success... they've worked hard. back in the day, hootie would close their show with a 10 minute version of VF's "add it up", complete with a jazz break fill... yes, i'm serious.

FROM: Sleepy
DATE: Thu Oct 23 07:44:53 PDT 1997
Like Andy Warhol, she was bad.

FROM: Chewing Wax
DATE: Thu Oct 23 07:40:02 PDT 1997
Good story. A friend and I once bumped into Debbie Harry walking alone late at night in Greenwich Village. We asked her directions to a bar and she sent us straight into a very bad part of town. We escaped and only heard gun fire in the distance. Never did find that bar.

FROM: Sleepy
DATE: Thu Oct 23 07:18:24 PDT 1997
CW/Myk - good, they were the answers I wanted to hear. Now, a little story:- About ten years ago I went off to a lunchtime cabaret comedy show in North London, to see the very funny Popticians (a band for whom Robyn and the Egyptians did backing for on their record "I Saw My Dinner On TV", incidentally). As I sat among the screaming kids and dungareed 'right-on' parents, nursing a cappucino and large strawberry scone I pondered with my friend whether or not Robyn would ever come to an event like this, being in his part of town. A few minutes went by, I slowly turned to a door on the left of the room and Robyn walked right in....

FROM: Chewing Wax
DATE: Thu Oct 23 07:06:40 PDT 1997
Yes. A nice soothing story.

FROM: Myk Murphy
DATE: Thu Oct 23 07:06:20 PDT 1997
for me, it was never robyn's "englishness" that had appeal... but rather, his creation of music in the british tradition, from beatlesque to barrettesque. thoughtful music with a keen ear to melody. what more could one ask for (without a prescription)?

FROM: Chewing Wax
DATE: Thu Oct 23 07:04:46 PDT 1997
This sensorship thing is a joke. Sleepy - The vast majority of the bands I truly love are British. I always marveled at the disproportionate population to great band ratio your tiny island enjoys. Pink Floyd, The Kinks, Jethro Tull, Kate Bush, The Beatles. Dire Staits, Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck, The Who. So, Robyn being British has nothing to do with it, except for the fact that somehow, these bands are all products of growing up in Britain. I think it has something to do with your public school system.

FROM: Sleepy
DATE: Thu Oct 23 06:57:17 PDT 1997
My last comment was for CW. Do you want a story (no surprises this time)?

FROM: Chewing Wax
DATE: Thu Oct 23 06:55:51 PDT 1997
This is strange. I hear someone upstairs f--ting but there in no one there. A f--ting ghost? Never heard of such a thing.

FROM: Sleepy
DATE: Thu Oct 23 06:54:11 PDT 1997
Oh, I think it is. I have a blatent disregard for its negative effects though. Something I wanted to ask everyone was is Robyn's "Englishness" an important factor in your liking him, or is it just a music thing?

FROM: Myk Murphy
DATE: Thu Oct 23 06:52:17 PDT 1997
you two are so silly!

FROM: Chewing Wax
DATE: Thu Oct 23 06:49:51 PDT 1997
I just thought it was a British thing.

FROM: Chewing Wax
DATE: Thu Oct 23 06:45:25 PDT 1997
Your passion for chocolate was very suspicious

FROM: Sleepy
DATE: Thu Oct 23 06:45:08 PDT 1997
Maybe it was the scream...

FROM: Sleepy
DATE: Thu Oct 23 06:44:32 PDT 1997
You tell me...

FROM: Myk Murphy
DATE: Thu Oct 23 06:44:25 PDT 1997
damn, i hate banjo teasing. a former girlfriend of mine often banjo teased me. i hated that. (i'm using a banjo as a metaphor for something else. just so we're clear on that.)

FROM: Chewing Wax
DATE: Thu Oct 23 06:44:06 PDT 1997
How do you think?

FROM: Sleepy
DATE: Thu Oct 23 06:41:27 PDT 1997
How so?

FROM: Chewing Wax
DATE: Thu Oct 23 06:39:07 PDT 1997
Gosh - I just a--umed. How embarassing. Now that I think of it, it all makes perfect sense.

FROM: Sleepy
DATE: Thu Oct 23 06:36:56 PDT 1997
CW - yes, affect.

FROM: Sleepy
DATE: Thu Oct 23 06:34:12 PDT 1997
Here's an odd but accessible story, maybe I'm not a boy and should have said something sooner. Eek.

DATE: Thu Oct 23 06:32:14 PDT 1997
Or is it affect? And me an english major

DATE: Thu Oct 23 06:30:08 PDT 1997
The n was t be added to the ever in the previous posting. Otherwe the meaning is all screwed up. Not that I recommend it, but for a slice of new American popular culture, check out but don't let it effect you.

FROM: Chewing Wax
DATE: Thu Oct 23 06:28:04 PDT 1997
I'm just warming up. I signed rOb's guest book as well. I hope he takes no offense to my comments. Congrats on the Jeep. A fine truck. An American classic. So Sleepy - we're waiting for your story. Oh oh. Strange knocking noises in the ceiling. Must be the central heating.

FROM: Sleepy
DATE: Thu Oct 23 06:25:07 PDT 1997
n - is that the meaning of life? Hi Myk. Actually, I feel quite hysterical this afternoon. Hmm. You want a true tale... I'll have to think of one...

FROM: Myk Murphy
DATE: Thu Oct 23 06:18:38 PDT 1997
mornin', folks. glad to hear it was a cool show, sleepy. i'm sure you are living up to your name today. glad you liked my comments, mr wax. you two are uncharacteristically quiet this morning/afternoon. sleepy: treat us to a true tale that takes place in one of my favorite cities: london, of course. something odd, yet accessible.

DATE: Thu Oct 23 06:18:13 PDT 1997

FROM: Chewing Wax
DATE: Thu Oct 23 06:17:15 PDT 1997
Not at all. It's from a really stupid national sports call-in radio show. All the callers end their calls by saying "I'm out". I'm sorry I did it and will ever do it again.

FROM: Sleepy
DATE: Thu Oct 23 06:11:37 PDT 1997
Yes, I am excitable. Peaks and troughs though. Are you leaving already?

FROM: Chewing Wax
DATE: Thu Oct 23 06:02:20 PDT 1997
Sleepy - you are an excitable boy. I once saw Arlo Guthrie and he played two forty-five minute sets with a banjo on the stage that he never picked up. Not once. A banjo player I was with decided this was a very evil thing to do. Banjo teasing. I had to agree. Still plagued by the loudly talking audience eh? That's a shame. Well. I'm out.

FROM: Sleepy
DATE: Thu Oct 23 05:42:17 PDT 1997
Mmm. They're quite hard to describe actually. I suppose there was a very loose countryness about them. The singer, who had an interesting voice - lots of accent coming through - changed intruments for every song and a banjo did indeed surface at one point. Great musicians one and all. Very intense. The gig would have been better if the audience had stopped talking for just one second, since several songs started very quietly. Oh, yes, I bought a t-shirt too - very subtle and gorgeous it was. Glad you knew The Leopard. The book shop I was in before the gig was playing Nick Drake's Time of No Reply which almost caused me to break my friend's arm in excitement. I still remember hearing "Raymond Chandler Evening" in a newsagents in Austria. I think that scream is still working its way to Germany.

FROM: Chewing Wax
DATE: Thu Oct 23 05:24:36 PDT 1997
Ahoy there. I smacked myself in the head when I heard The Leopard. I know that song. I just wasn't connecting up the name. That was a mild relief. I love that song. I just don't know the words very well. Myk - that was an excellent posting concerning this board and the evolution it has undergone. Excellent. So, what was 16 Horsepower like then?

FROM: Sleepy
DATE: Thu Oct 23 04:52:47 PDT 1997
Hello. I'm happy to report that 16 Horsepower were excellent. I've signed you all up for the e:mail information list and a brochure of Christmas merchandise will follow. OK, Mr/Ms Anonymous - here's a line for you only petal: "Hey man, I'm only getting it in one ear." Ha, ha. Woman Out in West LA: Love. Fantastic line! I saw Robyn and Jazz Butcher. I think that was the gig where Peter Buck joined Robyn onstage. Great gig. JB didn't take his shades off though. CW - any progress on The Leopard?!

FROM: West L.A.
DATE: Wed Oct 22 22:24:10 PDT 1997
Myk, I just took the liberty of giving you the Most Frequent Poster award. Emcee by default! Say-haven't typed one of those smiley things yet -- : ) . . . . whee! OK. So, I'm trying to explain this board to my hubby's friend from Colombia. I can't speak Spanish, so I'm using the Harpo Marx communication method. She's on to Robyn (Moss Elixir's in the hub's car-DRAT.), I think, but not us, I'm afraid - har! (not to be confused with 'heh' : ) : ) : ) (ENOUGH!) So, we'll be busy for awhile here. How many archives will there be . . . . . ? . . . . . .

FROM: rOb. <>
DATE: Wed Oct 22 20:59:57 PDT 1997
Glad you guys liked my page...keep checking it as I will be changing it and updating it often. It will be the second place to go to hear up to the minute info on My Favourite Buildings...this place is evidently the first. Maybe I can pay Warner Bros. some rent and co-habitate this page....hmmmm....I think I'll go have a think on that.

FROM: willybee
DATE: Wed Oct 22 20:45:45 PDT 1997
A pound of manure sounds good right about now mmmmmm....not to mention its loaded withn important vitamins, and ginseng"for the pencil" W Lee-bite me. nice home r0b (forgot the period). but alas I must leave there, out there, somewhere I know theres a woman either desperate or drunk enough to give me ago.

FROM: Myk Murphy
DATE: Wed Oct 22 18:57:51 PDT 1997
just checked out rob's homepage. notable for the amusing story about his ex-bass player's songwriting and the cool list of fave albums. i liked it so much i signed the guestbook. time to go get a delicious, nutritious beer.

DATE: Wed Oct 22 18:52:37 PDT 1997
A pound of cow manure would probably weigh more especially if it is a big cow. Who is V , so I know if I miss him or not?

FROM: Myk Murphy
DATE: Wed Oct 22 18:48:58 PDT 1997
one misses quite a bit when one goes to buy a car, i think. (94 jeep cherokee, for those keeping score. let's hold our applause until the end.) pungo, i'm so glad to hear from you! no dalnet, pal.... go ...the room/channel is #GlassHotel ...exactly as written, but i don't know who will be on this weekend. i can't speak for myself at this time. this is the "myk & co." board, west LA? i hope you just chose my name randomly, and didn't mean to imply a dominant posture from me! perish the thought!! 3 exclamation points will follow this sentence!!! then.... i'm also quite pleased to hear from the fellow with the hood. one musn't run off too far. voltaic's statements regarding the importance of pungo has merit, although the originator of these statements has since lost his merit badges. heh heh. pungo represents the early time of this board, when it had virtually no activity. it laid nearly dormant for months. he and i helped to awaken it, but we soon covered all crucial RH business, and so we diversified, like a successful company often does. as for the anonymous (i hate anonymity) criticism of the lyric guessing we do, it is an amusing way to recall witty RH verse, and it encourages one to re-delve into the depths of robyn's work.

DATE: Wed Oct 22 18:46:45 PDT 1997
Nobody home? See ya

FROM: Voltaic
DATE: Wed Oct 22 18:35:01 PDT 1997
WLA: I will be more than happy to greet you. Such a well centered soul you are. I can't stay long, however, since I am downloading something that I will then have to scewer and roast.

DATE: Wed Oct 22 18:12:34 PDT 1997
--and they said JB/Robyn gig was Buck's doing - go figure! Am I REALLY alone here? Just me and El Nino.

FROM: rOb. <>
DATE: Wed Oct 22 18:10:41 PDT 1997
Yes....there were links on my site, but there is also a small biography...I'm getting ready to add my top ten favorite albums as well as some WAV files of my songs...just give the page time to blossom.

DATE: Wed Oct 22 18:09:43 PDT 1997
"E A T !!!!!!!!"

FROM: Woman out in West L.A.
DATE: Wed Oct 22 18:08:07 PDT 1997
Alright, YEAH, and way to ARCHIVE! Life's going at warp speed, can't keep up with you guys. . . . Ummmm, yeah, this is the "Myk & Co" board, with RH as the central theme-don't know what Fegmania site's like, but I'm enjoying the serial here, really! (Cereal - "And we eay Weetabix and sing" - anybody?. . . . . Looks like anybody and everybody's GONE!) A fine matchup: Robyn and the Jazz Butcher (in London). My UK friends told me when that came about, many years ago -WAHHHHH! They were my two fave raves at the time - it KILLED me to miss. . . . . er. . . . Dwight Yokam & Julian Cope's birthday yesterday! . . . Belated "hi" to Rob.

FROM: hooded
DATE: Wed Oct 22 17:58:03 PDT 1997
whoa, quite a commotion since I last checked in. I've been a bit busy, and in case anyone else wonders I care also. I enjoy the (non) political banter and exchange that goes on even if at times it dosn't settle completly around Robyn. In fact, I've many times read or heard Robyn say (in my own words here) life is to live, go out and grab an enormous coagulated chunk of life's essence and enjoy! if its Robyn or just related to his fans this slice of life is MINE (and, well, yours to if you wish). Enilorac-are you mrs. hooded posting while I'm at work or are we just crossing binary paths on accident? well- I'm off, see you all monday, off to Cincinatti for a weekend musical sabattical. (and maybe a little beer)

DATE: Wed Oct 22 17:53:30 PDT 1997

DATE: Wed Oct 22 17:52:47 PDT 1997
Chewing Wax I've finally thought of a name for you that's better than Chewing Wax: Clarifyin' Man.

FROM: Clown from Space
DATE: Wed Oct 22 17:50:45 PDT 1997
Hee Hee Smile!

DATE: Wed Oct 22 17:50:10 PDT 1997
rOb--I went to your site the first time you touted it and all there were, were some links to other pages, no?

FROM: The Riddler
DATE: Wed Oct 22 17:49:07 PDT 1997
What weighs more: A pound of cow manure or a point of archives from this board?

DATE: Wed Oct 22 17:48:18 PDT 1997
L. Do you miss V? He was here today. Or was he....?

DATE: Wed Oct 22 17:47:40 PDT 1997
I bet you ARE a dry wit. Oh forget it....

DATE: Thu Oct 23 00:47:16 GMT 1997
L., your concise syntactical style is cool. I bet you a dry wit in person. Cheers.

DATE: Wed Oct 22 17:35:05 PDT 1997
Yesterday...very sad with many tears on my cheeks. Today, no tears and just a little sad. Tomorrow will be better.

DATE: Wed Oct 22 16:59:26 PDT 1997
AAttn: Chewing wax and Sleepy. Why do you continually play games by quoting lyrics from Robyn's songs. Don't you have better things to do. No, I don't think you could have better things to do since you both are devoid of brain matter. (You know the gray matter and the white matter that exists inside your cranium. Too bad you can't just enjoy Robyn's music for what it is. You two have to make games out of it. Grow up you phenol derivatives!!!

FROM: W. Lee
DATE: Wed Oct 22 16:05:45 PDT 1997
Willybee, get off my cloud. Alone and the clouds all blue.....

FROM: rOb. <>
DATE: Wed Oct 22 15:52:11 PDT 1997
I'm giving away free CD's? Wow...I guess you guys know me better than I know myself. In CD's are going to run about 10 bucks a pop(postage paid, of course), so that's not bad. My web page is shaping your patriotic duty and check it out.

DATE: Wed Oct 22 14:45:34 PDT 1997
You set the scene

DATE: Wed Oct 22 14:30:21 PDT 1997
Yah! rOb's giving away FREE CDs!

DATE: Wed Oct 22 14:28:33 PDT 1997

DATE: Wed Oct 22 14:28:23 PDT 1997
CW quite looking at Voltaic's furry chums!

FROM: rOb. <>
DATE: Wed Oct 22 14:11:57 PDT 1997
Burp.....bobble...bobble...I'm leaving the warmth and security of my South Carolinian abode for a four day excursion into the depths and recesses of Alabama....When I get back, my CD should be available to all who ask... if it's not....then you'll all just have to wait some more. Patience is a virtue...especially when dealing with pop music.

FROM: alternity <>
DATE: Wed Oct 22 13:56:46 PDT 1997
The one that got away was a real keeper. Let me tell you..a wooping 20 pounder.Oh I floundered with it and chased it to to the edge of a field..but it got away.Then there was the basketball that almost tricked me (clever disguise that breed of vegetation has),but at the last moment of the pounce luckily I noticed.Wish me luck. I haven't eaten those warm and nutty innards in a long time.Heck, I could even go for for some pie...

FROM: Enilorac
DATE: Wed Oct 22 13:55:29 PDT 1997
Wait CW, I'm leaving with you remember? Don't leave me alone with them again. I've bled enough for one day.

FROM: Chewing Wax
DATE: Wed Oct 22 13:54:05 PDT 1997
Great. He's gone again. Jumps in, says something witty and disappears. Just like him really. Wel, my reliev here and I'm really out of here. I'll leave Decoy, Enilorac and the many minds that are fractured to themselves.

FROM: Enilorac
DATE: Wed Oct 22 13:48:38 PDT 1997
Decoy. Are you coming on to me again? What would your wife say?

FROM: Chewing Wax
DATE: Wed Oct 22 13:47:00 PDT 1997
Decoy! A breath of freshish air. I'm trapped here until I can get relieved. That should have been hours ago. Teach me again how I should ignore Voltaic and his furry chums?

FROM: Decoy
DATE: Wed Oct 22 13:43:13 PDT 1997
What's all this then?? The stigmata of Voltaic must be examined and put to a test of some sort, though I can tell merely from the style it is him come back. Welcome, anyway. I hope this means that John Denver won't show up with an empty gas can looking for a broken rudder pedal. Hew enilorac, someone likes you, yes or no (circle one). Heh heh. Is the third mind an analog to the third eye, or perhaps the quiet observer within each of us? (Something relevant sounding.)

FROM: Enilorac
DATE: Wed Oct 22 13:41:48 PDT 1997
I bleed. I bleed. I pine for the innocent days of archive 3 of which I had no part.

DATE: Wed Oct 22 13:37:11 PDT 1997

FROM: Emtonma
DATE: Wed Oct 22 13:36:07 PDT 1997
I have all but run out of Halcyon.

FROM: Enilorac
DATE: Wed Oct 22 13:32:55 PDT 1997
It's all true. I am not me.

DATE: Wed Oct 22 13:31:41 PDT 1997

FROM: Scarlett Woman
DATE: Wed Oct 22 13:29:52 PDT 1997
The Third Mind -- gemantrically, what does it mean, Aleister?

FROM: willybee
DATE: Wed Oct 22 13:29:45 PDT 1997
GO TRIBE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1

FROM: curly
DATE: Wed Oct 22 13:29:05 PDT 1997
hello...hello....just me, my shadow, and I.

FROM: Brion
DATE: Wed Oct 22 13:28:34 PDT 1997
Yes, Willy. That is some emotionally charged cut-up. Sounds like somebody's harboring anger regarding some percieved slight during the halcyon days and nights of archive 3.

DATE: Wed Oct 22 13:26:10 PDT 1997
THE THIRD MIND: Virtuoso, my fine friend. Cut-up, just like Brion and I used to do. Now we're both dead, though. You are somebody else, though, I can smell it.

FROM: Enilorac
DATE: Wed Oct 22 13:17:04 PDT 1997
I'm alone now aren't I. Am I the only one who works until five? Gosh.

FROM: Enilorac
DATE: Wed Oct 22 13:14:38 PDT 1997
Goodbye Wax my love. I'm a little unclear about something. Was that large posting done to make Voltaic's point, or to refute it?

FROM: Chewing Wax
DATE: Wed Oct 22 13:11:09 PDT 1997
I've gotta split. Love you all

DATE: Wed Oct 22 13:10:09 PDT 1997
I've heard they are good too but I don't know what is in them either. Sorry. Voltaic?

FROM: Enilorac
DATE: Wed Oct 22 13:07:18 PDT 1997
Hey Wax - I'm still here. I must admit, that pungo montage is kind of amusing. Way before my time. Why are the liner notes for the new compilation worth the purchase price? What's in them?

FROM: Chewing Wax
DATE: Wed Oct 22 13:02:10 PDT 1997
Is there a new chat in the works?

FROM: Chewing Wax
DATE: Wed Oct 22 12:58:46 PDT 1997
Good God. That was pretty rude. Cutting and pasting is such a wonderful trick eh? Myk - you gone home yet? You picked a car yet?

FROM: THETHIRDMIND <@archivethree>
DATE: Wed Oct 22 12:44:16 PDT 1997
Hello Robyn Hitchc--k fans! Man, this is great a robyn hitchc--k site. Anyone wanna talk about one of the most creative geniuses of all time? Well, I heard that Robyn was in the studio with Peter Buck from rem. Can anyone enlighten me as to what they're doing? I'll be back. LATER! Wow. No one's been here all day. Does anyone still jam out to element of light? myk have good taste my friend. A film? Tell more... Myk Murphy...that is incredible. When the film is released, I'm there! Gone Madonna of the swans, she waves a magic wand and then she settles on me... hey black crow's nose,...if you think that's weird, well you're insane! Does anyone know if there is any live Robyn video available? if you ask me, they're all corporate websites... Myk Murphy...Thanks! I remember that you said there was going to be a new concert movie coming out. Do you know what the release date is? Gotta let this hen out...thanks, for the info. Hey ____. I'm right here, silly. _____...I bet you often dream of trains!!! Me, I'm just laughing like I always do. (Is that a bit obvious?) Mid 98? Oh, that's too long of a wait. Guess I'll manage. Hey_____! Robyn fans never, no, we're always very serious. Coming up next week...A nickname for the unknown Hitchc--k fan... sure have an impressive collection there. My copy of invisible hitchc--k has a printing error. Instead of Robyn Hitchc--k-Invisible Hitchc--k, it just reads...'Invisible Hitchc--k'. many times can a person say 'invisible hitchc--k in one day? Anyway, I'm wondering just how rare an error this was. Before I go, I promised a nickname for ____. How about "Voltaic." What do you think? So, who is this sleepy? Myk Murphy...what's up you crazy beltway freak you?...Does anyone think that Andy Metcalfe is the ultimate? Well, you formerly known as blank person, you. You're using the name?...I am honored. What can one say of the beltway takes an hour to crawl one mile. Sleepy, you are indeed fortunate. Please tell us how it was. Okay fegmaniacs I'm outta here. Peace. sleepy...WAKE UP!!! sounds like it was great. you guys may not believe this, but i have never seen Robyn live.(sad, isn't it?) however, i am going to see the wallflowers at the va beach ampitheatre tomorrow. an outdoor concert-it should be excellent. i know, i know, it's not RH, but it should be rockin' nonetheless. talk to y'all later! Well, that was about the best show that I have ever seen. The Wallflowers sounded better live than on their cd. Check this out...Before the concert began, they were playing a tape of various music. An RH ditty was played shortly before the band took the stage. Seriously!!! Well, I thought it was pretty cool...alrighty...I'm a goner... Wow, Sleepy. That's amazing. I don't know what to say. "If you were a nun, I would surely run down to the hospital and cover all your charts with decorated hearts" Myk Murphy...You should have told me that you were gonna drive thru. You could of come over for some steak on the grill and a couple a mossy liqours. I think that the traffic around here is miserable. But, compared to D.C., I guess it's not that bad. I used to go up there a lot, but haven't been in awile. I have a bad case of Oriole withdrawl. Hey, Speepy, don't get me started on Robyn's lyrics-I could go on forever. Hmmm I think the quote for today is, "and all the see through things come crawling from the sea." Well, I just want to thank everyone for making me feel so welcome. Hey, Voltaic, I have a pair of Polk audio's , too. Yes, they do have a sweet sound. I like listening to Robyn with headphones on. I just close my eyes and drift away. On a side note, I got the tab for 'If you were a Priest' a few days ago. It is supposed to be played with a G#addD. Well, the author didn't know how to do it and neither do I. I think that just a G# works fine. If anyone happens by with more skilled fingers than myself, a tip would be greatly appreciated. Guess that's it for today...PEACE!

FROM: Chewing Wax
DATE: Wed Oct 22 12:37:46 PDT 1997
Voltaic - I went back to the archives to study this alledged Third Mind phenomenon. You, Myk, Sleepy and pungo chatted away in exactly the same way we do now. pungo was sparse even then. Although I don't want to diminish his input, the importance you put on it escapes me. The biggest difference is your explosions of inane sarcastic babble. Those I think have added to the quality of the content of this board as well.

DATE: Wed Oct 22 12:08:01 PDT 1997
Medic! I've been double negatived!

DATE: Wed Oct 22 12:07:33 PDT 1997
CW: Huh?

FROM: Voltaic
DATE: Wed Oct 22 12:06:17 PDT 1997
I liked it enough to come back from the dead. Now who's having his second coming, eh Enilorac!?!? The scars on my wrists, they aren't self inflicted either. But enough of our martyr complexes. This place gets very bleak without the spry wit and playful humor of pungo. When he doesn't check in, I don't feel right. Ever heard of the "Third Mind"? When two or more collaborate and their dynamic becomes an almost independent entity. This board, without pungo, has no third mind.

FROM: Chewing Wax
DATE: Wed Oct 22 12:05:56 PDT 1997
You know, I used to feel a bit guilty about how I and others were using this board but then I got on that Fegmania list and I saw the face of what this board should be. Now I'm very glad it's not.

FROM: Chewing Wax
DATE: Wed Oct 22 12:03:51 PDT 1997
Hey! I thought you were dead?

FROM: Enilorac
DATE: Wed Oct 22 12:01:56 PDT 1997
I thought you'd like that.

FROM: Voltaic
DATE: Wed Oct 22 12:00:03 PDT 1997
The funniest thing posted here today is from Enilorac: "I bear the pain for all of us who care about Robyn and want to devote this board to him and him alone." That is rich, my friends.

FROM: Chewing Wax
DATE: Wed Oct 22 11:54:13 PDT 1997
pungo - good to see your name up there. Hey - weren't you buddies with Voltaic? Maybe you can bring him back.

FROM: pungo
DATE: Wed Oct 22 11:46:36 PDT 1997
how about peter murphy opening for camper von beethoven?

FROM: pungo
DATE: Wed Oct 22 11:44:36 PDT 1997
thanks myk! i'll give dalnet a go this weekend. i hope to see some of you guys there. at the moment i'm overloaded with work and schoolwork. hey, CW, i can't believe that you'd say such a thing. this is a very mature page. yes, very mature.

FROM: Myk Murphy
DATE: Wed Oct 22 11:43:35 PDT 1997
yes, as long as we regress together, we can make it as a team. yes, mr wax, caroline is a charmer, isn't she? giggle.

FROM: Chewing Wax
DATE: Wed Oct 22 11:36:01 PDT 1997
rOb - all our tales of Robyn discovery kind of exposed our ages, unless we were held back or lept ahead for super genius purposes. Mental age is what's really important on a message board and I think we are all more or less at the same level there. More or less.

FROM: rOb. <>
DATE: Wed Oct 22 11:30:23 PDT 1997's wild in here today, eh? Why do I feel like I'm probably the youngest poster here? Anyway, I had a really bizarre dream last night. Robyn was a Sunday school teacher and I got in trouble with Penn (Jillette) for talking during the ressurection. What does this mean? Should I reconsider my atheism?

FROM: Resin Black
DATE: Wed Oct 22 11:30:20 PDT 1997
Thank you for your concern but I prefer to remain an enigma.

FROM: Enilorac
DATE: Wed Oct 22 11:28:46 PDT 1997
I am not me. I mean, I am not them. I swear it. I really really swear it. You should know better Wax. I think I'm hurt now. I thought you loved me.

FROM: Chewing Wax
DATE: Wed Oct 22 11:26:50 PDT 1997
I hope Enilorac and Resin aren't just part of that insane stable. Help me you two.

FROM: Chewing Wax
DATE: Wed Oct 22 11:16:48 PDT 1997
Myk - I'm pretty sure Resin is not the same voice as the rest. It's just a feeling I have. There were at least two minds involved in that chaos.

DATE: Wed Oct 22 11:12:56 PDT 1997
Shhh. I think he's gone now.

FROM: Myk Murphy
DATE: Wed Oct 22 11:12:10 PDT 1997
oh, what a delight to have all these voices return, no longer trapped in the head of a muttering loon. yes, at long last..... free! i enjoyed dark resin's tale, however. it is most fun to observe the time stamp on each posting from this person. some are staccato postings only seconds apart, some take a bit more time, perhaps due to a pause for pondering the foolishness of his toiling. "this is only a guess" that tune.

FROM: Paranoid fella
DATE: Wed Oct 22 11:12:03 PDT 1997
Ever notice how this chaos ensues just as Sleepy leaves for the day?

DATE: Wed Oct 22 11:08:24 PDT 1997
But what if we get caught?

FROM: Enilorac
DATE: Wed Oct 22 11:07:47 PDT 1997
Of course you do. I have that effect on people.

FROM: Chewing Wax
DATE: Wed Oct 22 11:06:40 PDT 1997
Enilorac - I think I love you.

FROM: Enilorac
DATE: Wed Oct 22 11:05:34 PDT 1997
I bear the pain for all of us who care about Robyn and want to devote this board to him and him alone.

FROM: Chewing Wax
DATE: Wed Oct 22 11:03:29 PDT 1997
To The Jabber Jowl. I was talking about alternity - but then again, you knew that didn't you? You were having me on. Oh that is a larf. Bah ha ha ha ha. But back to Robyn.

FROM: Fly in My Pie
DATE: Wed Oct 22 11:03:23 PDT 1997
Is that a adjective or a verb or conjunctivitus?

FROM: Henny Bill
DATE: Wed Oct 22 10:54:20 PDT 1997
Gunight, Henny

FROM: Borge Germs
DATE: Wed Oct 22 10:54:06 PDT 1997
Say gunight, Henny

FROM: Henny Bill
DATE: Wed Oct 22 10:53:31 PDT 1997
Good evening everybloody? Where are you? I want to play! Come back all of you!

DATE: Wed Oct 22 10:50:10 PDT 1997
Those nails in your wrists hurt, Enilorac?

FROM: Squelchy in Drag
DATE: Wed Oct 22 10:49:38 PDT 1997
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FROM: Enilorac
DATE: Wed Oct 22 10:48:59 PDT 1997
I weep. I weep for this board.

FROM: Tuna Fan
DATE: Wed Oct 22 10:48:28 PDT 1997
Cleveland Sucks

FROM: SpaceHawg
DATE: Wed Oct 22 10:47:55 PDT 1997
You treat obesity, doc, or just butts?

FROM: Dr. P. Roc. Tologist
DATE: Wed Oct 22 10:47:12 PDT 1997
I will treat any RH Message Board User for a discounted rate.

FROM: Dork Reason
DATE: Wed Oct 22 10:45:47 PDT 1997
Thank you, thank you very hard.

FROM: The Jabber Jowl
DATE: Wed Oct 22 10:39:59 PDT 1997
Chewie, how long have you been feeling that way? Have you tried coffee? Perhaps a visit to the ol' doc is in order, my fine furry fellow.

FROM: Dark Resin
DATE: Wed Oct 22 10:39:43 PDT 1997
The rain came down in horizontal sheets and the dying embers in the fireplace gave off little heat. A dampness crept into his soul as he poured himself a huge snifter of brandy and sat down in the oversized red leather chair under the head of some unfortunate moose he had not shot . The head had come with the mansion, along with the rest of the furniture and an old man who kept away the poachers. Poachers? In this day and age? What was the old man's name again? He could never remember it. The old man lived in the caretaker's house round the back with his horribly deformed and crippled wife. What were they doing out there? Were they talking about him again? The thought of it slowly consumed him until he could bear no more. Finishing his drink he stood up and walked to the gun case and chose his favorite shotgun. It too had come with the house but it was his favorite. He liked the grain of the wood. Now he had to find some shells. Where did he keep them again? Oh yes, in the drawer in the kitchen. But the shells weren't there. "Saved again " he thought and went back to drink in his chair.

FROM: Chewing Wax
DATE: Wed Oct 22 10:19:27 PDT 1997
Ah. So much for focus. Clarity is such a fleeting thing.

DATE: Wed Oct 22 10:17:49 PDT 1997
Mrs. Wilde's Peroski Barn in the heart of down town Richmond is very good.

FROM: Collectiveconsciousness
DATE: Wed Oct 22 10:15:05 PDT 1997

FROM: SpaceHawg
DATE: Wed Oct 22 10:14:32 PDT 1997
Then why you need peroski? You got your meal right on the end o' your finger, silly boy!

FROM: Drivel Addict
DATE: Wed Oct 22 10:13:50 PDT 1997
I was picking my nose.

FROM: SpaceHawg
DATE: Wed Oct 22 10:13:37 PDT 1997
Ah, well, why didn't you say so!

FROM: Drivel Addict
DATE: Wed Oct 22 10:13:17 PDT 1997

FROM: SpaceHawg
DATE: Wed Oct 22 10:12:55 PDT 1997
Pork or veggie or chicken or steak?

DATE: Wed Oct 22 10:12:10 PDT 1997

FROM: Drivel Addict
DATE: Wed Oct 22 10:11:50 PDT 1997
You folks know where I can get a good peroski in virginia?

DATE: Wed Oct 22 10:11:11 PDT 1997

DATE: Wed Oct 22 10:10:50 PDT 1997
voltaic was a--assinated by his own dictionary

DATE: Wed Oct 22 10:10:25 PDT 1997
yes, it does

FROM: Drivel Addict
DATE: Wed Oct 22 10:10:04 PDT 1997
yah, i'll be coming back. but my favorite buildings, er, drivel, was offered by voltaic. where is the beast?

DATE: Wed Oct 22 10:09:45 PDT 1997
Mystery sarcasm source begins now

DATE: Wed Oct 22 10:09:06 PDT 1997

FROM: Chewing Wax
DATE: Wed Oct 22 10:07:59 PDT 1997
Yes. Way to archive.

FROM: Sleepy
DATE: Wed Oct 22 10:03:14 PDT 1997
Oh, alright then...