FROM: Sleepy
DATE: Tue Nov 25 07:33:22 PST 1997
Like Sunday morning?


FROM: Chewing Wax
DATE: Tue Nov 25 07:31:45 PST 1997
You sold me. But then again, I'm easy.


FROM: Sleepy
DATE: Tue Nov 25 07:30:07 PST 1997
Magnificent and shiny guitar-pop band. Saviours of '97. Musical embodiment of happiness and sunshine. Is that too much?


FROM: Chewing Wax
DATE: Tue Nov 25 07:23:31 PST 1997
Who is Silver Sun?


FROM: Sleepy
DATE: Tue Nov 25 07:21:18 PST 1997
WOOOOOOOOO! Silver Sun are playing on 4 December! There is a god.


FROM: Myk Murphy
DATE: Tue Nov 25 07:18:43 PST 1997
greetings to mooch! scotch and a toyota SUV will do nicely!


FROM: Myk Murphy
DATE: Tue Nov 25 07:16:57 PST 1997
let me clarify, Victorian Wax! (giggle.) i have always found them very appealing, but now that i know that they can be just as shallow as a teenage boy, the possibilities seem endless! heh heh, jes kiddin'!


FROM: Sleepy
DATE: Tue Nov 25 07:13:46 PST 1997
Hi mooch. How you doing today? CW:- some of us are nicer than others.


FROM: Chewing Wax
DATE: Tue Nov 25 07:10:33 PST 1997
Morning mooch. Myk, you are a pig. British women always were very appealing to me. Now I'm frightened of them. I have to rethink this whole think. I'm not touching that Scotch/ketchup thing.


FROM: m
DATE: Tue Nov 25 07:08:05 PST 1997
Good morning all...Thanks Myk, got your e-mail..Yeah, I have some single malt around here some place..mix it with ketchup??and a vibrating pillow..well maybe I'll just sit in the 4 runner drink scotch and rev the motor...no maybe not.hello Sleepy and mr.Wax..snow again,eh?,,getting a pc at home is good advise...saves on shoes..and clothing actually...heh.


FROM: Myk Murphy
DATE: Tue Nov 25 07:06:49 PST 1997
"tawdry indulgences?" "obsessed with sex?" ...suddenly, british women became quite a bit more appealing!


FROM: Chewing Wax
DATE: Tue Nov 25 07:04:49 PST 1997
I can't be true!


FROM: Sleepy and Cushca
DATE: Tue Nov 25 07:00:52 PST 1997
Re: Reuters report. "Get down on your knees and beg for it!"


FROM: Chewing Wax
DATE: Tue Nov 25 06:52:12 PST 1997
Don't be mad at me. I didn't write it.


FROM: Chewing Wax
DATE: Tue Nov 25 06:45:04 PST 1997
This just came over the wire. LONDON (Reuters) - Selfish, superficial and obsessed with sex -- that's the unflattering image of British women that emerges from some of the country's leading female magazines. "Today's British woman has no children, cares or responsibilities. Her life is a round of tawdry indulgences. She rarely thinks, except of sex," concluded a survey, published on Monday, of 11 top-selling women's magazines. "She enjoys drunken pranks once a--ociated with adolescent boys and calls this 'girl power'. Her only moral value is being nonjudgmental; counseling is the solution to every problem. She is reluctant to make an effort in any cause except the gym," said the survey by the Social Affairs Unit, an independent research and educational trust.


FROM: Myk Murphy
DATE: Tue Nov 25 06:44:03 PST 1997
i was referring to the email address, but in retrospect, both might be fun! yes, please send it!


FROM: Sleepy
DATE: Tue Nov 25 06:39:08 PST 1997
Myk - when you said "that would be fun" were you talking about Cushca's e:mail address or the typing competition?


FROM: Myk Murphy
DATE: Tue Nov 25 06:38:04 PST 1997
"feelers", huh? hmmm... catchy, but i'm not sure if it would be very accessible for new listeners. normal people get nervous when you say "feelers" to them. go try it... walk up behind someone and whisper "feelers" in their ear. they just might wig out.


FROM: Myk Murphy
DATE: Tue Nov 25 06:31:16 PST 1997
i would sprint to the record store to get that one, mr wax. you need a home pc, wax! telecommute and make blue go to the office wearing a little hat that can hold cups of coffee. she'll bring you back the work coffee, and you'll feel just like you're at the office!


FROM: Sleepy
DATE: Tue Nov 25 06:29:02 PST 1997
One of the working t-tles for Moss Elixir was "The Feelers Was Everywhere". Quite good, no?


FROM: Chewing Wax
DATE: Tue Nov 25 06:24:02 PST 1997
Ah. It's snowing again. El Nino my butt. You know, on that recorded radio Brave New World, RH says his next studio album is going to be called "Robyn Hitchock's Christmas Party". Not Jewels for Sophia as rumored.


FROM: Chewing Wax
DATE: Tue Nov 25 06:21:12 PST 1997
That's nice Myk. For years I had to go to two different Thanksgiving dinners 75 miles apart. It had it's upside but all that driving was a drag. I was full for a week. I could stumble over to the office on Thursday. It's only half a mile from where I live. The trick would be to make such a pest of myself in the kitchen that I get banished.


FROM: Myk Murphy
DATE: Tue Nov 25 06:16:38 PST 1997
sure, sleepy! that would be fun! mr wax: how could you! heh heh. yeah, wax, we're doing it on sat--day to allow the family to get together... too many inlaws and other a--orted thanksgivings to compete with, ya know.


FROM: Sleepy
DATE: Tue Nov 25 06:16:09 PST 1997
Mais oui. I think you and Myk should log on drunk on Thursday and I'll challenge you both to a coherent typing competition. Oh, actually, that's bad. I'd never advocate drinking and driving.


FROM: Chewing Wax
DATE: Tue Nov 25 06:11:31 PST 1997
A what? Is that French?


FROM: Sleepy
DATE: Tue Nov 25 06:07:03 PST 1997
CW:- you've got a fiancee, you're not allowed!


FROM: Chewing Wax
DATE: Tue Nov 25 06:05:56 PST 1997
Hey! I'm starting to feel excluded.


FROM: Sleepy
DATE: Tue Nov 25 06:04:39 PST 1997
Myk - do you want me to send you Cushca's e:mail address?


FROM: Chewing Wax
DATE: Tue Nov 25 06:02:52 PST 1997
Yes. Thursday off. Huge amounts of parents coming in from out of town. I'll be drunk by noon. I don't know about Friday. I think I'll drop by the office. I've never heard of such a thing, Thanksgiving on Sat--day.


FROM: Sleepy
DATE: Tue Nov 25 06:02:32 PST 1997
Maybe I'll dedicate my full attention to the workplace on Thursday then. That should frighten a few people. Did you both know that Starbucks play a Robyn Hitchc--k tape? When I was in Chicago last year, I ran in to get a coffee (no, really) and was extremely surprised to hear The Man Who Invented Himself. A record from another artist was played afterwards... but then another Robyn track twirled out from the speakers. It turned out that every other song was an RH one! I heard the same tape in Seattle this year! Woo, hoo.


FROM: Myk Murphy
DATE: Tue Nov 25 05:52:28 PST 1997
i'll be happy to share it with her later, sleepy. i've got thursday and friday off, sleepy, though i don't do thanksgiving until sat--day.


FROM: Sleepy
DATE: Tue Nov 25 05:44:38 PST 1997
Are you both off from work on Thursday then?


FROM: Sleepy
DATE: Tue Nov 25 05:39:59 PST 1997
Aaahh! Where did you two come from? Hello! I was just minding my own business in the Nick Drake section... Biography sounds a little disappointing. Myk - Cushca is a fickle woman, fear not. I'm sure she'll be asking for a full explanation of your comment later...


FROM: Chewing Wax
DATE: Tue Nov 25 05:38:21 PST 1997
Tuesday morning heartbreak. Poor poor Myk.


FROM: Myk Murphy
DATE: Tue Nov 25 05:34:50 PST 1997
say it isn't so, cushca! he can't give you what i can give you! (i'll elaborate on that in a less public arena.)


FROM: Chewing Wax
DATE: Tue Nov 25 05:34:05 PST 1997
Boo


FROM: Sleepy
DATE: Tue Nov 25 05:30:44 PST 1997
My, it's quiet here today. I can hear pins dropping all over the place...


FROM: Sleepy
DATE: Tue Nov 25 04:47:26 PST 1997
She has. Not she's has...


FROM: Sleepy
DATE: Tue Nov 25 04:28:23 PST 1997
Oh, Cuscha's saying that it's love. She's has a photo of Adam pressing against her ample bosom.. She's telling anyone who'll listen that this is the real thing... I give it 24 hours...


FROM: Sleepy
DATE: Tue Nov 25 04:10:54 PST 1997
That was me, of course.


FROM: Beck
DATE: Tue Nov 25 04:10:28 PST 1997
Queenie:- Beck is a consummate performer these days. He blew everyone away at the Brixton Academy. I'd have like to have seen him a few years ago though. Oh, dear, Cushca has a huge crush on Adam from the Adam and Joe Show (at least for today, anyway). Don't worry Myk, this obsession won't last... WLA - I've no idea what sort of music the Jazz Butcher is doing these days. I only ever bought Fishcoteque and that was years ago. Is it better to keep away?!


FROM: Sleepy
DATE: Tue Nov 25 03:45:54 PST 1997
I played the Kershaw Sessions last night. I remember now how I used to think that Tropical Flesh Mandala was better in session than on Globe of Frogs. It sounded as fresh as a daisy yesterday. Here's a little lyric:- "I've got to have a nasty thought, because of all the stuff I bought."


FROM: Sleepy
DATE: Tue Nov 25 03:40:44 PST 1997
Morning. Since I'm alone here, I thought I'd indulge myself by reeling (oh, good pun..) off some of my favourite films. Hmm, let's think. The Big Easy, The Unbelievable Truth, Trust, The Third Man, The Big Sleep, Gregory's Girl, Local Hero, Roman Holiday, The Man With Two Brains (my God, I'm so deep..) So many others, but I won't bore you with them!


FROM: Queenie
DATE: Tue Nov 25 01:52:10 PST 1997
Before Anon gets to me...That's time ALONE. Second offense. Don't cane me!


FROM: Queenie
DATE: Tue Nov 25 01:51:30 PST 1997
Oops...missed you...was off searching the Internet for the names of old boyfriends, which is what I do when I'm really bored but don't want to go to bed yet. I try to stay up as late as I can to savor the quiet, two-year-old free time alond. *SIGH*


FROM: rOb.
DATE: Tue Nov 25 01:38:55 PST 1997
P.S. It's 4:30 A.M. where I am, so don't feel bad.


FROM: rOb.
DATE: Tue Nov 25 01:37:39 PST 1997
I'm doing the same thing, Queenie....anyway, I read on a Canadian page that the movie is PG-13...so I don't know.


FROM: Queenie
DATE: Tue Nov 25 01:27:10 PST 1997
He's got those big, manly shoulders...god, could I be more pathetic? It's after one in the morning and I'm on some Internet chat room talking to myself about Robyn Hitchc--k's sexy shoulders. Damn, that's sad.


FROM: Queenie
DATE: Tue Nov 25 01:25:34 PST 1997
Ooohhh...Rated "R"...guess that means he's gonna cuss. Either that or be naked....Wow. That's a mental picture worth framing!!


FROM: rOb
DATE: Tue Nov 25 01:18:28 PST 1997
I know everyone's asleep now, but I just read the 'Storefront Hitchc--k' will come out in March (soundtrack in Feb.). Now, that's old news, for sure, but the film will be rated 'R'


FROM: rOb.
DATE: Tue Nov 25 00:54:08 PST 1997
And g'night specifically to you, WLA, for being kind enough to recognize me being kind enough to stay up and chat with you. Anytime. Unless I'm going to sleep----like I am now. Later.


FROM: WLA
DATE: Tue Nov 25 00:32:08 PST 1997
- and g'nite specifically to you, rOb, since you were so kind to chat for awhile! 'Bye.


FROM: rOb.
DATE: Tue Nov 25 00:31:49 PST 1997
My thoughts exactly, WLA. Night.


FROM: WLA
DATE: Tue Nov 25 00:28:09 PST 1997
On one of those tours, he put an Ann Arbor audience into a blissful trance with "Glass Hotel" - I mean, it was virtual hypnosis. It was so achingly, heart-breakingly perfect - he was working real magic - and with that dreamy thought, I'm off to sleep! 'Nighty.


FROM: rOb.
DATE: Tue Nov 25 00:16:16 PST 1997
Saw him right after 'Respect', he was alone with his acoustic...and back in May..again, alone with his acoustic.


FROM: WLA
DATE: Tue Nov 25 00:15:51 PST 1997
. . . Myk, no doubt, has gone to sleep (I'm having a double espresso delivered upon his awakening), and Queenie must be trying to get her daughter to do the same. . . .


FROM: WLA
DATE: Tue Nov 25 00:14:09 PST 1997
YES - "Man Who Fell To Earth" was his best. (Hard to remember all the films we've seen, 'eh? ) / And on things-RH: What tours did you see Robyn on (Respect, Perspex ...?...)?


FROM: rOb.
DATE: Tue Nov 25 00:04:45 PST 1997
Spaghetti Incident was OK. But the best Bowie movie (if you don't count Ziggy Stardust) was 'The Man Who Fell To Earth'


FROM: WLA
DATE: Tue Nov 25 00:03:17 PST 1997
Speaking of Bowie, did you see "The Spaghetti Incident"? Someone I used to work with DEMANDED that I borrow her copy - well, it was alright. What about that self-defense lingerie?!!


FROM: rOb.
DATE: Mon Nov 24 23:54:57 PST 1997
Thanks...I've seen Robyn twice, and he never played 'Beautiful Girl'...much to my chagrin of course.


FROM: rOb.
DATE: Mon Nov 24 23:53:55 PST 1997
David's fire...Nigel's ice, and Derek's lukewarm water.


FROM: WLA
DATE: Mon Nov 24 23:53:07 PST 1997
. . . guess it's just us rOb. . .Robyn played "Beautiful Girl" when he was here - I thought of you, the plagarist, with a smile : ) . . .


FROM: rOb.
DATE: Mon Nov 24 23:50:13 PST 1997
There's such a fine line between clever and stupid...


FROM: WLA
DATE: Mon Nov 24 23:48:47 PST 1997
They recorded it in DUBLY? (. . . . sorry!)


FROM: rOb.
DATE: Mon Nov 24 23:47:03 PST 1997
Oh, yeah..almost forgot 'Labrynth'. As a movie, I think it failed. As a vehicle for David Bowie (who, I have determined is cooler than God), it was a masterpiece.


FROM:
DATE: Mon Nov 24 23:45:07 PST 1997
Mistake on the Lake?


FROM: rOb.
DATE: Mon Nov 24 23:43:58 PST 1997
Favourite movies? Er....'This is Spinal Tap'.....'Taxi Driver'.....'Fletch'......do you want more? I'd have to think to out in more.


FROM: WLA
DATE: Mon Nov 24 23:40:52 PST 1997
Did you post your fave movies, Rob? That is today's Big Question.


FROM: rOb.
DATE: Mon Nov 24 23:40:52 PST 1997
Wow...everybody's here? Did you all come just to welcome me back with open arms? *sniff*


FROM: WLA
DATE: Mon Nov 24 23:39:07 PST 1997
ROB? Myk? Queenie? Anon 1,2,3,4, et. al? WHOA! We've got a late-nite thang goin' on!


FROM: rOb.
DATE: Mon Nov 24 23:37:32 PST 1997
I'm back...don't know if I was missed or not (too lazy to read past postings), so if anybody asked me something, or cursed my very existence, please let me know.


FROM: WLA
DATE: Mon Nov 24 23:36:15 PST 1997
Yes, Queenie, and I promised I'd start getting to bed BEFORE 11 PM. . . .


FROM: WLA
DATE: Mon Nov 24 23:35:11 PST 1997
I mean "S'N'E"!


FROM: WLA
DATE: Mon Nov 24 23:33:16 PST 1997
Hi, Myk, Queenie, other late night posters! Groundhog Day, Edward Scissorhands, I Love You To Death, All About Eve, Willy Wonka . . . "SNL", are you one of the posters hanging around at this moment? I just saw 'The Seventh Seal' a few weeks ago . . . . your impressions? . . . . .


FROM: penthouse full of dwarves
DATE: Mon Nov 24 21:58:08 PST 1997
Mr. Pope, are there any dwarf nuns in Rome?" "No Dopey," responds the Pontiff, "there are not." "Mr. Pope, are there any dwarf nuns anywhere in Italy?", Dopey questions. "No Dopey," chuckles the Pope, "there are no dwarf nuns in Italy." "Mr. Pope," Dopey asks pleadingly, "are there any dwarf nuns anywhere in the world?" "No Dopey," the Pope says sadly, "there are no dwarf nuns anywhere in the world."


FROM: broil king
DATE: Mon Nov 24 21:44:15 PST 1997
we got it goin' on, 60 watt porch lights,libarys,an ALL that.


FROM: mr.Buck eye
DATE: Mon Nov 24 21:40:44 PST 1997
Shows such as The Drew Carey Show show Cleveland as a town that's got it goin' on man.


FROM: Myk Murphy
DATE: Mon Nov 24 21:36:05 PST 1997
i'm somewhat awake, still, though i should be asleep.


FROM: Billy freaking Idol.
DATE: Mon Nov 24 21:31:26 PST 1997
In the middle of this pristine East Tennessee moment, haloed by the flat glare of 60 watt porch lights, about all I can get out of Stinkfoot USA is static and pork rinds.


FROM: Queenie
DATE: Mon Nov 24 21:29:05 PST 1997
Crazy East coasters.


FROM:
DATE: Mon Nov 24 21:26:11 PST 1997
I gotta go, It's going on 12:30 I get up at 5:00. DOH! catchya' later!


FROM: Queenie
DATE: Mon Nov 24 21:23:40 PST 1997
Yes, I'm still here. No, I have no life.


FROM: Queenie
DATE: Mon Nov 24 21:22:56 PST 1997
Beck was the worst concert I think I've ever seen. It was just after his big hit broke. His band wasn't very good and he had yet to get a decent stage presence. I've seen him perform recently on TV and whatnot, and he seems to have it down now.


FROM:
DATE: Mon Nov 24 21:21:45 PST 1997
Was that you?


FROM:
DATE: Mon Nov 24 21:21:05 PST 1997
Queenie are you still there?


FROM: Queenie
DATE: Mon Nov 24 21:20:02 PST 1997
OH NO!! I've been given a citation by the spelling police!! I'll never do it again, occifer!!


FROM:
DATE: Mon Nov 24 21:19:55 PST 1997
wee doggies??


FROM:
DATE: Mon Nov 24 21:18:54 PST 1997
mmmm...maybe after Billy Idol.


FROM: Qweenie
DATE: Mon Nov 24 21:18:19 PST 1997
Drove my freaking nuts??!!??


FROM:
DATE: Mon Nov 24 21:17:59 PST 1997
Pink Floyd, worst 2 concerts I'd ever seen.


FROM: wee doggies!!
DATE: Mon Nov 24 21:16:54 PST 1997
Aurora High School is part of the Buck eye Aurora City Schools. We offer the following Special Education programs: Developmentally Disabled There are only a few camp sites right off the trail.We don't have mountains in Ohio, but many rolling hills and wooded areas,canals with towpaths,waterfalls,rivers and lakes, all of which allow satisfying outdoor experiences. Learning Disabled..etc.


FROM: wee doggies!!
DATE: Mon Nov 24 21:16:47 PST 1997
Aurora High School is part of the Buck eye Aurora City Schools. We offer the following Special Education programs: Developmentally Disabled There are only a few camp sites right off the trail.We don't have mountains in Ohio, but many rolling hills and wooded areas,canals with towpaths,waterfalls,rivers and lakes, all of which allow satisfying outdoor experiences. Learning Disabled..etc.


FROM:
DATE: Mon Nov 24 21:16:27 PST 1997
Cows in The Graveyard is a good band (willy's friend of course)


FROM: Queenie
DATE: Mon Nov 24 21:16:01 PST 1997
I agree. I have never been to a big, coluseum show (except for when I saw the Monkees reunion tour in the late 80s with my momma) and I don't think I would ever want to. The club in town that a prefer the most holds a few hundred people and I've seen plenty of shows there. THe last one was Weezer *blush* and I just about got the s--t kicked out of me by a bunch of unruly mosh pit-ing teenyboppers. So I went back to the beer garden where me and the other six people old enough to go back there were able to watch the show in peace. But that's the club where I first saw Robyn. They had seating for that one and it was so QUIET and CALM and I loved it.


FROM:
DATE: Mon Nov 24 21:14:29 PST 1997
Don't watch TV, maybe Seinfeld once in a blue moon.


FROM:
DATE: Mon Nov 24 21:13:24 PST 1997
I'd kill to see John Lee Hooker, it may even be worth the trip to CA. a place I have no desire to visit.


FROM: Queenie
DATE: Mon Nov 24 21:12:47 PST 1997
Right now on TV they're playing the Spice Girls' Pepsi commercial. I know that they're from England, but nothing says America quite as well as that commercial. Sad but true.


FROM:
DATE: Mon Nov 24 21:11:59 PST 1997
I prefer small venues.50-100 people


FROM: Queenie
DATE: Mon Nov 24 21:11:36 PST 1997
Wow I'm talking to myself again! Wow wow wow!!


FROM:
DATE: Mon Nov 24 21:11:19 PST 1997
But worth it, I seen him twice now.ha,ha


FROM: Queenie
DATE: Mon Nov 24 21:10:07 PST 1997
Wow, it let me say goddamn!


FROM: Queenie
DATE: Mon Nov 24 21:09:39 PST 1997
Wow, $28.50? That's a lot.


FROM: Queenie
DATE: Mon Nov 24 21:09:02 PST 1997
I just checked the touring info on his official web site and he's playing LA and Berkely next month and then Boston fer cryin out loud. Nobody comes to Portland. Except the goddamn Rolling Stones.


FROM:
DATE: Mon Nov 24 21:08:59 PST 1997
I think, I paid 28.50.x2


FROM:
DATE: Mon Nov 24 21:08:24 PST 1997
25.00-35.00


FROM: Queenie
DATE: Mon Nov 24 21:05:34 PST 1997
Hmm...If he's touring, perhaps he'll come here...


FROM: Queenie
DATE: Mon Nov 24 21:04:55 PST 1997
Just out of curiosity, what is the ticket price for Harry Connick JR?


FROM: Queenie
DATE: Mon Nov 24 21:04:16 PST 1997
G. Love is my hero. I heard FSOL to DEATH when I worked at a hair salon last year and they thought it would make them more contemporary if all they played was dance and electronic music. Drove my freaking nuts. Not that I didn't like it, just not over and over and over and over...


FROM: its just me , willybee <hey that rymes>
DATE: Mon Nov 24 21:03:22 PST 1997
eh.


FROM:
DATE: Mon Nov 24 21:02:27 PST 1997
G-Love?


FROM: Myk Murphy
DATE: Mon Nov 24 21:02:13 PST 1997
hi queenie and various anon fellows! damn, i was holding FSOL "dead cities" this weekend, contemplating the purchase, and declined. shouldda bought it, eh?


FROM:
DATE: Mon Nov 24 21:01:47 PST 1997
Well worth the ticket price, he stuck to his jazz-bop and avoided the zydeco crap he's been playing around with.


FROM: Queenie
DATE: Mon Nov 24 21:00:33 PST 1997
But G. Love is playing next month on my birthday!!


FROM: Queenie
DATE: Mon Nov 24 21:00:07 PST 1997
So many of my favorite artists don't tour. :( At least I'll always have Robyn.


FROM:
DATE: Mon Nov 24 20:59:27 PST 1997
Ha,Ha


FROM: Queenie
DATE: Mon Nov 24 20:59:15 PST 1997
Cool! How was Harry??


FROM:
DATE: Mon Nov 24 20:58:47 PST 1997
Harry Connick Jr. seen him Sat--day.


FROM: Queenie
DATE: Mon Nov 24 20:58:21 PST 1997
Surfs up in Akron!!


FROM:
DATE: Mon Nov 24 20:56:52 PST 1997
Surfaholics, out of Akron. Can you believe it?


FROM: Queenie
DATE: Mon Nov 24 20:56:16 PST 1997
I met Oasis when Ken (my husband) opened for them a few years ago. They were jerks even then.


FROM:
DATE: Mon Nov 24 20:55:52 PST 1997
The Future Sound of London--DEAD CITIES- a must own.


FROM: Queenie
DATE: Mon Nov 24 20:55:27 PST 1997
I know a group called Galaxy Trio. They play surf.


FROM:
DATE: Mon Nov 24 20:54:17 PST 1997
Galaxy 500 kicks arse!


FROM: Queenie
DATE: Mon Nov 24 20:54:16 PST 1997
Oasis? You can't be serious!


FROM: Queenie
DATE: Mon Nov 24 20:53:49 PST 1997
My husband was on the radio again last night. Toot toot!


FROM:
DATE: Mon Nov 24 20:53:37 PST 1997
Oasis rocks!


FROM: Queenie
DATE: Mon Nov 24 20:52:27 PST 1997
Uh oh. Now God is gonna strike me dead!


FROM: Queenie
DATE: Mon Nov 24 20:52:08 PST 1997
I can say this with certainty...The Dandy Warhols SUCK!!


FROM:
DATE: Mon Nov 24 20:49:01 PST 1997
Ever see Bye-Bye Braverman?


FROM:
DATE: Mon Nov 24 20:47:40 PST 1997
ha,ha


FROM:
DATE: Mon Nov 24 20:47:15 PST 1997
Let's try this again, The East River Pipe Band is good, as is Lois.


FROM: Queenie
DATE: Mon Nov 24 20:46:50 PST 1997
If I am my own best company, then I really need to get a better class of friends!


FROM:
DATE: Mon Nov 24 20:46:05 PST 1997
The East River P


FROM:
DATE: Mon Nov 24 20:44:55 PST 1997
You are your own best company.


FROM:
DATE: Mon Nov 24 20:44:20 PST 1997
The reissue of Children of God/World of Skin comes to mind.


FROM:
DATE: Mon Nov 24 20:44:04 PST 1997
The reissue of Children of God/World of Skin comes to mend.


FROM: Queenie
DATE: Mon Nov 24 20:43:35 PST 1997
How come everytime I get on here, I end up talking to myself?


FROM: Queenie
DATE: Mon Nov 24 20:42:22 PST 1997
As far as best albums of the year...To be honest, the best stuff I've heard this year has been local. Everything on the radio and other popular media seems to be utter crap. I like the Wallflowers, though. Locally, my faves are a guy called Luther Russell (who, incidentally, used to play with the Wallflowers) and my husbands group, of course.


FROM:
DATE: Mon Nov 24 20:41:30 PST 1997
Queenie


FROM: Queenie
DATE: Mon Nov 24 20:33:00 PST 1997
Well, so many replies to my question! I'm so pleased!! S.I.H.: I agree with your comment about the sex (or almost sex) in Leaving Las Vegas....The part where she pours the liquor over her boobs and he licks it off....AAhhhh...But I have to say that the movie with the best sex that I've seen yet (that wasn't a dirty movie, of course) has to be Wild At Heart. Nicolas Cage again. Imagine that. Or another Nicolas Cage movie that was really really hot was Zondalee. The movie Trees Lounge made me fall in love with Steve Buscemi (who was also in Zondalee for about a split second). The part where he instigates wrestling around on the floor with his niece as an excuse to touch her...that really got me. About Dracula: I honestly fell asleep during that one. And that guy says "Winona can butcher my role anyday." Hee hee!!


FROM: Damn more point off
DATE: Mon Nov 24 20:32:09 PST 1997
I think Satan needs a friend! SHEMHAMFORASH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


FROM:
DATE: Mon Nov 24 20:25:36 PST 1997
Have you nothing better to do than root through archives? I understand your at a loss for werds (and always talent). Get a life yutz-boy.


FROM:
DATE: Mon Nov 24 20:23:26 PST 1997
Up yers.


FROM: Yuk Yuk Yuk!
DATE: Mon Nov 24 20:15:59 PST 1997
Hey kids, who said this? Hint: It's from Archive 22 and it wasn't me or Grammer-challenged Anon2.... "Real love doesnt exist, its just a cheap way to feel needed by someome." The spelling is fantastic!


FROM: Judge Roy Bean, The Hangin' Judge
DATE: Mon Nov 24 20:11:22 PST 1997
Jimmy, you got it all wrong, unless you're playing the weird al version. The correct tuning for Pink Moon is: D,A,D,G,D,F#. Promise! Shame about Buck Mulligan.


FROM: Jimmy Houndsliver
DATE: Mon Nov 24 18:54:05 PST 1997
The guitar tuning for the song, Pink Moon (low E string to high E string)E:Muffin,A:Meatball-head,D:Glue eyes,G:pink,B:Pop,E:"thumbs up"


FROM:
DATE: Mon Nov 24 17:59:58 PST 1997
Serena over Muff says, "I love you my eyes change, his eyes turn hair."


FROM:
DATE: Mon Nov 24 17:48:09 PST 1997
Serena slept in her bed peacefully, she rolls over saying Darien's name in a dreamy tone. She sees herself embracing him, "I love you Muffin," she says. "I love you my Meatball-head," Darien says looking in her large blue eyes. Then his image begins to change, his eyes turn blue, his hair turns white.


FROM:
DATE: Mon Nov 24 17:15:48 PST 1997
Its a pink moon!


FROM: Nick
DATE: Mon Nov 24 17:03:58 PST 1997
The guitar tuning for the song, Pink Moon (low E string to high E string): D, A, D, G, D, F#.


FROM: Joe
DATE: Mon Nov 24 16:44:26 PST 1997
That was me. Sorry sorry


FROM:
DATE: Mon Nov 24 16:44:03 PST 1997
Happy holidays all! I'm out of here! Pop by in a week. ... Incidentally, I understand Rob did identical sets for the Storefront tapings, so the tape I made of it should be the soundtrack. Cool! Lets go thundering indeed. Take care y'all. Bryter layter Must check out Maria Mckee..


FROM: Joe
DATE: Mon Nov 24 16:41:50 PST 1997
Wow - Robyn likes Notorious. Damn good film, with Cary Grant as a real slimeball(!). Ingrid Bergmans great in that ... Ithought Starship Troopers was based on the Yes song. Wont it be cool when Storefront Hitchc--k comes out and they review it on all those dumb "thumbs up" shows like Siskel and Ebert. Pretentious gits. Lets hope your word thru the grapevine on Dammes love for the music "shines thru" on the soundtrack, Sleepy. Any news on the Drake front. Incidentally, has anyone seen a pink moon, following them, stalking their shadows. Its unnerving, I can tell you!


FROM: Joe
DATE: Mon Nov 24 16:34:33 PST 1997
Sleepy-well, no. At least I don't think so. Someone had mentioned Trout Mask Replica. Hows that for a cover?! Actually, I think Robyn has been know to throw a Beefheart tune into his sets. Incidentally, the Brazil FAQ is terribly interesting, especially the bit on Information Retrieval charges. Apparently the European cut of the film covers more ground. Heads a good film by the way. By the Monkees? Its pretty obscure but the musics fantastic. Like one long music video. Theres also been talk of a Blackadder movie. Cool


FROM:
DATE: Mon Nov 24 16:27:47 PST 1997
POW, Right in the kisser!!


FROM: Alice
DATE: Mon Nov 24 16:16:54 PST 1997
G'night Ralph.


FROM: Myk
DATE: Mon Nov 24 16:03:05 PST 1997
bye Bert.


FROM: Jose Chung
DATE: Mon Nov 24 16:02:01 PST 1997
were -- we're. hows -- how's. Please read "Punctuate It Right!" by Harry Shaw, 1963, Barnes & Noble. ISBN 0-6-463255-5


FROM: Insane bert
DATE: Mon Nov 24 16:01:44 PST 1997
Bye Myk.


FROM:
DATE: Mon Nov 24 15:59:29 PST 1997
Goodbye!


FROM: Roseannes Toy
DATE: Mon Nov 24 15:58:54 PST 1997
I will not post as anyone else, I will not post as anyone else, I will not post as anyone else..........


FROM:
DATE: Mon Nov 24 15:56:58 PST 1997
And to think I gradjeeated third grade.


FROM: DOH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!...Damn more IQ points lost.
DATE: Mon Nov 24 15:54:21 PST 1997
It's the Booger Burgers.


FROM:
DATE: Mon Nov 24 15:53:23 PST 1997
It's the Booger Bugers.


FROM: A-hol1....oops Anon1
DATE: Mon Nov 24 15:52:39 PST 1997
MMMMMMM...Love those Booger Bugers, and were so sure your family will love them too. We're offering a money back guarentee. Hows that for a deal?


FROM: Anon2 Bulletin
DATE: Mon Nov 24 15:51:21 PST 1997
I just pooped again.


FROM: =()=
DATE: Mon Nov 24 15:50:23 PST 1997


FROM:
DATE: Mon Nov 24 15:48:21 PST 1997
Cleveland: Home of the Booger Burger!


FROM: Buck's Grammar World Commentary and Information Forum
DATE: Mon Nov 24 15:46:46 PST 1997
"Dr. Fuggly's Grammati-Logical Rule #3: The number of exclamation marks per sentence is indirectly proportional to the IQ, with each Exclamation mark equaling an average 10 points." Based on that rule, R-D-O-F-L is in the negative (mold?).


FROM: L.
DATE: Mon Nov 24 15:34:00 PST 1997
Hello, where are you my sweet lovebutton? I've come beckoning for you.


FROM: Re-Dunce-O-Flatu-Latic
DATE: Mon Nov 24 15:30:59 PST 1997
BITE ME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1


FROM:
DATE: Mon Nov 24 15:25:09 PST 1997
I just may.


FROM: INXS Star Died From Hanging
DATE: Mon Nov 24 15:18:17 PST 1997
The Sydney coroner said today Australian rock star Buck Mulligan died from hanging but it is still not clear whether the INXS lead singer committed suicide. Mulligan's body was found in a hotel in the suburb of Double Bay on Sat--day. Local media said the 97-year-old singer was found hanging from a belt attached to the automatic closing device of his hotel room door. Officials say it will take weeks to carry out tests to determine if Mulligan's death was suicide.


FROM: Anon2 Bulletin
DATE: Mon Nov 24 15:15:55 PST 1997
I just pooped.


FROM: Reruns?!? It's Sweeps Week, Isn't It?
DATE: Mon Nov 24 15:15:05 PST 1997
Tip for the day, for Anon2, Willybee, and, well, you know who you are....please read "Punctuate It Right!" by Harry Shaw, 1963, Barnes & Noble. ISBN 0-6-463255-5


FROM: Re-Dunce-O-Flatu-Latic
DATE: Mon Nov 24 15:14:26 PST 1997
Hmmm, 'T'o be no signs, improvement, intake!


FROM: Dr.Cushca
DATE: Mon Nov 24 14:50:57 PST 1997
Hmmm, There seems to be no signs of improvement, I suggest doubling your Thorzine intake!


FROM:
DATE: Mon Nov 24 14:44:32 PST 1997
rattle tinkle tea-rattle tinkle tea-rattle tinkle tea-Cushca,Cushca-rattle tinkle tea-rattle tinkle tea-rattle tinkle tea!~~~~~~~~~


FROM: Chilly Beanie
DATE: Mon Nov 24 14:40:12 PST 1997
Why yes Mr. Beanie.


FROM: Anon3
DATE: Mon Nov 24 14:38:47 PST 1997
??Cushca-Cushca-Cushca??


FROM:
DATE: Mon Nov 24 14:37:02 PST 1997
Who loves ya' baby?


FROM: Onan Boopta
DATE: Mon Nov 24 14:35:00 PST 1997
Dah!


FROM: Anon2
DATE: Mon Nov 24 14:34:23 PST 1997
Gerbil all needs for excitement!


FROM: Chilly Beanie
DATE: Mon Nov 24 14:33:05 PST 1997
Are you suggesting Roseanne is "(G)ross"?


FROM: Rock Knots
DATE: Mon Nov 24 14:32:12 PST 1997
Queenie Amadeus? Is that the Ratt Tour Video? Been waitin' fer that.


FROM: Hallucinogenic Woodpecker <trentd@claynet.com>
DATE: Mon Nov 24 13:36:51 PST 1997
If you have a copy of the August issue of RayGun, Robyn is one of the artists questioned about his favorite movies and actors. Some of his favorites are Yellow Submarine, Monty Python and the Holy Grail, Orpheus, and Notorious. I have the other info if anyone wants to know. Bye bye.


FROM:
DATE: Mon Nov 24 13:18:02 PST 1997
Gerbils, tubes, and string are all you and your family needs for hours of excitement!


FROM:
DATE: Mon Nov 24 13:16:32 PST 1997
No I do not wanna bang.


FROM:
DATE: Mon Nov 24 13:15:47 PST 1997
Queenie, Amadeus was a GREAT movie. I'm not saying (typing actually) it compares to the incredible (G)Roseanne.


FROM: Doiley Lame-Ah
DATE: Mon Nov 24 13:15:03 PST 1997
Gerbils?


FROM: toesy posey poopee poop poop
DATE: Mon Nov 24 13:14:14 PST 1997
rattle tinkle tee


FROM: Regis Philbone
DATE: Mon Nov 24 13:13:44 PST 1997
Hey there anon2, wanna bang?


FROM:
DATE: Mon Nov 24 13:12:47 PST 1997
Gibbles-n-bits-n-bits-n-bits.


FROM: Baha ha ha!
DATE: Mon Nov 24 13:12:02 PST 1997
Film scripts anon2 is currently using for his knock-out cut-up material: Trees Lounge, The Madness of King George, Micheal Collins, Barfly, Jaws, Bye-Bye Braverman.


FROM:
DATE: Mon Nov 24 13:11:47 PST 1997
Deep Throat, The Devil in Miss Jones.


FROM: Hutsy Cutsy
DATE: Mon Nov 24 13:10:01 PST 1997
Hello you. Boring, I'm no Big Buck answer I love. It's so very good.


FROM:
DATE: Mon Nov 24 13:09:53 PST 1997
Trees Lounge, The Madness of King George, Micheal Collins, Barfly, Jaws, Bye-Bye Braverman.


FROM: anon. 3
DATE: Mon Nov 24 13:08:28 PST 1997
For a few dollars more.


FROM: Deathrow Filmbuff rattle
DATE: Mon Nov 24 13:07:25 PST 1997
Based on life inside the film, Mermaids, I'd say my last meal will be a: Cher/Ryder sandwich. I am the meat. Har har har har. H,i joe


FROM: Anon2
DATE: Mon Nov 24 13:03:38 PST 1997
Whocaresa Ride-Her. rattle


FROM: Bigglestorm
DATE: Mon Nov 24 12:58:48 PST 1997
Groundhog Day was very good.


FROM:
DATE: Mon Nov 24 12:56:44 PST 1997
Wyona? Wiona? Whyowna?


FROM: Gibble
DATE: Mon Nov 24 12:54:29 PST 1997
I love this stuff. It's so damned creative.


FROM: Gibblestorm
DATE: Mon Nov 24 12:53:14 PST 1997
Hello. You are all painfully boring today, and I'm no exception, or is it acception? Joe with the Big Buck Mulligan answer. What a guy.


FROM: O0
DATE: Mon Nov 24 12:51:43 PST 1997
"Ooo, oo ooo ooooooo, oooo!"


FROM: =()=
DATE: Mon Nov 24 12:50:42 PST 1997


FROM:
DATE: Mon Nov 24 12:29:55 PST 1997
Oh, I've been here all along. You have done nothing to irk me.


FROM: Natas
DATE: Mon Nov 24 12:20:20 PST 1997
Wherefore arte thou, Anon2? I miss thee pretense and irony.


FROM: Chuckle
DATE: Mon Nov 24 12:19:17 PST 1997
Winona could butcher my roles any day. But I thought Clint Eastwood made a great Rowdy. Slim Pickens as the Sheriff, though, was a poor decision. Have you seen that Andy Griffith Show Board Game? When Barny Fife tries to arrest Buck Mulligan, you spin the dial to see which chamber of his pistol get's fired, cuz only one chamber's loaded, see?


FROM: Chewing Wax
DATE: Mon Nov 24 12:14:04 PST 1997
Yes. Canadians. Glorious movie. I didn't like Dracula because I thought Keanu Reeves and Wynona Ryder butchered their roles.


FROM: CP
DATE: Mon Nov 24 12:01:32 PST 1997
HW: nothing personal.


FROM: Canuck-O-Phobic Pudwacker
DATE: Mon Nov 24 12:00:12 PST 1997
Strange Brew, isn't that a Canadian film?!?!?! Starring a coupla Canadians?!?!!?!??


FROM: Princess Anndy
DATE: Mon Nov 24 11:58:26 PST 1997
Any fans of FF Copalla's version of Dracula?


FROM: S. I. Hiyakowa
DATE: Mon Nov 24 11:57:07 PST 1997
Queenie: Revealing that you like the sex better in Boxing Helena than Showgirls is perfectly consistent with every other message you have posted here. Therefore, be a--ured that it is not too revealing. Personally, I like the sex in Leaving Las Vegas best. Oooh hot!


FROM: Hallucinogenic Woodpecker <trentd@claynet.com>
DATE: Mon Nov 24 11:44:37 PST 1997
Good Monday to all! Quite a boring day for yours truly. I am catching up on rest, however. I have been trying to conjure up a list for 'Best of' for 1997. Anyone with ideas? I would say Radiohead's 'OK Computer' is the best CD of the year. A truly excellent CD. As for my favourite movie, I would have to say "The Wall."


FROM: Chewing Wax
DATE: Mon Nov 24 11:30:16 PST 1997
Hey Queenie. I can't pin it down to one movie. The Big Sleep is way up there. Monty Python and The Holy Grail. Mary Poppins. Strange Brew. There. That's a big enough sampling. I've forgotten Blues Brothers, Caddy Shack and Animal House. I could go on.


FROM: Queenie
DATE: Mon Nov 24 11:13:08 PST 1997
See ya! Been fun talking to myself!!


FROM: Queenie
DATE: Mon Nov 24 11:12:39 PST 1997
Boy, it's hard to tell other people your favorite movies. It's very revealing. It's tempting to lie and name movies that you don't necessarily like best but that make you seem deeper or more an artist. But I didn't lie. (obviously)


FROM: Queenie
DATE: Mon Nov 24 11:11:00 PST 1997
Mine are Amadeus and What's Eating Gilbert Grape and practically anything with Isabella Rossellini in it.


FROM: Queenie
DATE: Mon Nov 24 11:08:41 PST 1997
Talking about worst movies? What about Showgirls? Boy was it a big piece of crap. I don't think Boxing Helena was all THAT bad. The ending was a total cop out, sure, but I don't think it completely sucked. At least the sex in Boxing Helena wasn't as grotesque as the sex in Showgirls. What is everyone's favorites?


FROM: Queenie
DATE: Mon Nov 24 11:04:03 PST 1997
So what's going on today?


FROM: Chewing Wax
DATE: Mon Nov 24 10:43:59 PST 1997
Bye Sleepy.


FROM: Chewing Wax
DATE: Mon Nov 24 10:42:07 PST 1997
Starship Troopers is a classic early novel by Robert Heinlein. Everyone I know who saw the movie said it is awful. I'll probably go anyhow. Least favorite movie. There are so many but I usually don't watch them.


FROM: Sleepy
DATE: Mon Nov 24 10:41:56 PST 1997
Well, I've got to go home now. You US kiddies are all wide awake, whilst I'm starting to feel really tired. I've got to learn three Italian tenses and write an essay when I get home. Lovely. I'm sure I can find time to play a little Robyn and Silver Sun though. Wey heh! Bye everyone!


FROM: Sleepy
DATE: Mon Nov 24 10:37:30 PST 1997
I don't know the film very well, but thanks so much for telling me the name CW. The friend who would have know the answer has gone out gigging this evening. I'd have had to wait until he got home. Yes, those audience shots have left people screaming. Worst film? Hmmm. Boxing Helena has got to be a contender.


FROM: Myk Murphy
DATE: Mon Nov 24 10:36:38 PST 1997
oops, haven't left yet... got delayed. heh heh heh silly wax... yeah, boxing helena is a very bad film. i hear that the film adaptation of the comic book "Starship Troopers" has the literary world abuzz... siskel?


FROM: Chewing Wax
DATE: Mon Nov 24 10:34:49 PST 1997
Headly Lamarr was the Attorney General. Decoy and I must have watched that movie a hundred times. Food makes me sick.


FROM: Morrissey T. Smith
DATE: Mon Nov 24 10:33:03 PST 1997
I'd like to offer this Laurel, and hardy handshake. Classic.


FROM: Chewing Wax
DATE: Mon Nov 24 10:32:17 PST 1997
Hard to say. Alien IV comes out on Friday I think. I've heard shots of the audience in Storefront are bone chillingly terrifying.


FROM: Morrissey T. Smith
DATE: Mon Nov 24 10:31:40 PST 1997
Sleepy - You rock once again!!! Blazing Saddles is a great movie, as is the Time Bandits. What's our least favourite movies? I'm torn between The Krays and Boxing Helena.......


FROM: Sleepy
DATE: Mon Nov 24 10:28:57 PST 1997
So is Aliens IV really scary then? Scarier than Storefront Hitchc--k?


FROM: Maybe Pills Would Be Less Painful
DATE: Mon Nov 24 10:28:49 PST 1997
I can see it now: "Fields of Fire" the Game! "Philadelphia"--The game! Something frightening just happened: I tried to think of a serious movie of the last year that wouldn't naturally fall into a good game scenerio and I can't think of one.


FROM: Chewing Wax
DATE: Mon Nov 24 10:28:05 PST 1997
I was going to guess Silverado. Headly Lamarr!!


FROM: Sleepy
DATE: Mon Nov 24 10:28:02 PST 1997
I'm going to stop working and just play for a few minutes. Ahh, freedom.


FROM: Chewing Wax
DATE: Mon Nov 24 10:27:03 PST 1997
Don't do it! Actually, they already made it into a video game. It was pretty good.


FROM: Sleepy
DATE: Mon Nov 24 10:26:12 PST 1997
No!!! Ha! Ha! Ha! I'm thinking of Blazing Saddles!! What a hoot! Oh, I'm so stupid. I'm sorry, I should go home soon...


FROM: Chewing Wax
DATE: Mon Nov 24 10:25:41 PST 1997
I don't think Decoy gave me my albums back. Son of a bitch.


FROM: Going to Wal-Mart to Buy a 20 Foot Length of Rope
DATE: Mon Nov 24 10:25:36 PST 1997
Aliens. Now there's a video game waiting to be made. Why don't they just give all the audience members joysticks when they enter the game room, er --I mean, theater.


FROM: Chewing Wax
DATE: Mon Nov 24 10:24:36 PST 1997
Sheriff in Time Bandits?


FROM: Losing Faith in Humanity
DATE: Mon Nov 24 10:23:51 PST 1997
I dunno. Something has been lost that cannot be found. Must find Love (BlackSnakeDiamondRole)


FROM: Chewing Wax
DATE: Mon Nov 24 10:23:26 PST 1997
Brazil unplugged is Time Bandits.


FROM: Sleepy
DATE: Mon Nov 24 10:22:49 PST 1997
It's the name of the Sheriff. I can't remember it. Grr.


FROM: Chewing Wax
DATE: Mon Nov 24 10:22:19 PST 1997
See ya Myk. Is that new Aliens movie gonna be any good?


FROM: Conversation Overheard at Starbuck's
DATE: Mon Nov 24 10:22:13 PST 1997
Her: Oh, have you seen the new Leonardo painting, the one of the woman and child near the cave? It's so beautiful. Such a masterpiece of composition and light. It actually made me cry. Him: Haven't seen it yet, but the reviews of the Comic Book are excellent. I think they are going to put out an unplugged version on video too.


FROM: Sleepy
DATE: Mon Nov 24 10:19:17 PST 1997
Bye Myk.

ee? ------------------------------------------------------------------------ FROM: Chewing Wax DATE: Mon Nov 24 12:14:04 PST 1997 Yes. Canadians. Glorious movie. I didn't like Dracula because I thought Keanu Reeves and Wynona Ryder butchered their roles. ------------------------------------------------------------------------ FROM: CP DATE: Mon Nov 24 12:01:32 PST 1997 HW: nothing personal. ------------------------------------------------------------------------ FROM: Canuck-O-Phobic Pudwacker DATE: Mon Nov 24 12:00:12 PST 1997 Strange Brew, isn't that a Canadian film?!?!?! Starring a coupla Canadians?!?!!?!?? ------------------------------------------------------------------------ FROM: Princess Anndy DATE: Mon Nov 24 11:58:26 PST 1997 Any fans of FF Copalla's version of Dracula? ------------------------------------------------------------------------ FROM: S. I. Hiyakowa DATE: Mon Nov 24 11:57:07 PST 1997 Queenie: Revealing that you like the sex better in Boxing Helena than Showgirls is perfectly consistent with every other message you have posted here. Therefore, be a--ured that it is not too revealing. Personally, I like the sex in Leaving Las Vegas best. Oooh hot! ------------------------------------------------------------------------ FROM: Hallucinogenic Woodpecker DATE: Mon Nov 24 11:44:37 PST 1997 Good Monday to all! Quite a boring day for yours truly. I am catching up on rest, however. I have been trying to conjure up a list for 'Best of' for 1997. Anyone with ideas? I would say Radiohead's 'OK Computer' is the best CD of the year. A truly excellent CD. As for my favourite movie, I would have to say "The Wall." ------------------------------------------------------------------------ FROM: Chewing Wax DATE: Mon Nov 24 11:30:16 PST 1997 Hey Queenie. I can't pin it down to one movie. The Big Sleep is way up there. Monty Python and The Holy Grail. Mary Poppins. Strange Brew. There. That's a big enough sampling. I've forgotten Blues Brothers, Caddy Shack and Animal House. I could go on. ------------------------------------------------------------------------ FROM: Queenie DATE: Mon Nov 24 11:13:08 PST 1997 See ya! Been fun talking to myself!! ------------------------------------------------------------------------ FROM: Queenie DATE: Mon Nov 24 11:12:39 PST 1997 Boy, it's hard to tell other people your favorite movies. It's very revealing. It's tempting to lie and name movies that you don't necessarily like best but that make you seem deeper or more an artist. But I didn't lie. (obviously) ------------------------------------------------------------------------ FROM: Queenie DATE: Mon Nov 24 11:11:00 PST 1997 Mine are Amadeus and What's Eating Gilbert Grape and practically anything with Isabella Rossellini in it. ------------------------------------------------------------------------ FROM: Queenie DATE: Mon Nov 24 11:08:41 PST 1997 Talking about worst movies? What about Showgirls? Boy was it a big piece of crap. I don't think Boxing Helena was all THAT bad. The ending was a total cop out, sure, but I don't think it completely sucked. At least the sex in Boxing Helena wasn't as grotesque as the sex in Showgirls. What is everyone's favorites? ------------------------------------------------------------------------ FROM: Queenie DATE: Mon Nov 24 11:04:03 PST 1997 So what's going on today? ------------------------------------------------------------------------ FROM: Chewing Wax DATE: Mon Nov 24 10:43:59 PST 1997 Bye Sleepy. ------------------------------------------------------------------------ FROM: Chewing Wax DATE: Mon Nov 24 10:42:07 PST 1997 Starship Troopers is a classic early novel by Robert Heinlein. Everyone I know who saw the movie said it is awful. I'll probably go anyhow. Least favorite movie. There are so many but I usually don't watch them. ------------------------------------------------------------------------ FROM: Sleepy DATE: Mon Nov 24 10:41:56 PST 1997 Well, I've got to go home now. You US kiddies are all wide awake, whilst I'm starting to feel really tired. I've got to learn three Italian tenses and write an essay when I get home. Lovely. I'm sure I can find time to play a little Robyn and Silver Sun though. Wey heh! Bye everyone! ------------------------------------------------------------------------ FROM: Sleepy DATE: Mon Nov 24 10:37:30 PST 1997 I don't know the film very well, but thanks so much for telling me the name CW. The friend who would have know the answer has gone out gigging this evening. I'd have had to wait until he got home. Yes, those audience shots have left people screaming. Worst film? Hmmm. Boxing Helena has got to be a contender. ------------------------------------------------------------------------ FROM: Myk Murphy DATE: Mon Nov 24 10:36:38 PST 1997 oops, haven't left yet... got delayed. heh heh heh silly wax... yeah, boxing helena is a very bad film. i hear that the film adaptation of the comic book "Starship Troopers" has the literary world abuzz... siskel? ------------------------------------------------------------------------ FROM: Chewing Wax DATE: Mon Nov 24 10:34:49 PST 1997 Headly Lamarr was the Attorney General. Decoy and I must have watched that movie a hundred times. Food makes me sick. ------------------------------------------------------------------------ FROM: Morrissey T. Smith DATE: Mon Nov 24 10:33:03 PST 1997 I'd like to offer this Laurel, and hardy handshake. Classic. ------------------------------------------------------------------------ FROM: Chewing Wax DATE: Mon Nov 24 10:32:17 PST 1997 Hard to say. Alien IV comes out on Friday I think. I've heard shots of the audience in Storefront are bone chillingly terrifying. ------------------------------------------------------------------------ FROM: Morrissey T. Smith DATE: Mon Nov 24 10:31:40 PST 1997 Sleepy - You rock once again!!! Blazing Saddles is a great movie, as is the Time Bandits. What's our least favourite movies? I'm torn between The Krays and Boxing Helena....... ------------------------------------------------------------------------ FROM: Sleepy DATE: Mon Nov 24 10:28:57 PST 1997 So is Aliens IV really scary then? Scarier than Storefront Hitchc--k? ------------------------------------------------------------------------ FROM: Maybe Pills Would Be Less Painful DATE: Mon Nov 24 10:28:49 PST 1997 I can see it now: "Fields of Fire" the Game! "Philadelphia"--The game! Something frightening just happened: I tried to think of a serious movie of the last year that wouldn't naturally fall into a good game scenerio and I can't think of one. ------------------------------------------------------------------------ FROM: Chewing Wax DATE: Mon Nov 24 10:28:05 PST 1997 I was going to guess Silverado. Headly Lamarr!! ------------------------------------------------------------------------ FROM: Sleepy DATE: Mon Nov 24 10:28:02 PST 1997 I'm going to stop working and just play for a few minutes. Ahh, freedom. ------------------------------------------------------------------------ FROM: Chewing Wax DATE: Mon Nov 24 10:27:03 PST 1997 Don't do it! Actually, they already made it into a video game. It was pretty good. ------------------------------------------------------------------------ FROM: Sleepy DATE: Mon Nov 24 10:26:12 PST 1997 No!!! Ha! Ha! Ha! I'm thinking of Blazing Saddles!! What a hoot! Oh, I'm so stupid. I'm sorry, I should go home soon... ------------------------------------------------------------------------ FROM: Chewing Wax DATE: Mon Nov 24 10:25:41 PST 1997 I don't think Decoy gave me my albums back. Son of a bitch. ------------------------------------------------------------------------ FROM: Going to Wal-Mart to Buy a 20 Foot Length of Rope DATE: Mon Nov 24 10:25:36 PST 1997 Aliens. Now there's a video game waiting to be made. Why don't they just give all the audience members joysticks when they enter the game room, er --I mean, theater. ------------------------------------------------------------------------ FROM: Chewing Wax DATE: Mon Nov 24 10:24:36 PST 1997 Sheriff in Time Bandits? ------------------------------------------------------------------------ FROM: Losing Faith in Humanity DATE: Mon Nov 24 10:23:51 PST 1997 I dunno. Something has been lost that cannot be found. Must find Love (BlackSnakeDiamondRole) ------------------------------------------------------------------------ FROM: Chewing Wax DATE: Mon Nov 24 10:23:26 PST 1997 Brazil unplugged is Time Bandits. ------------------------------------------------------------------------ FROM: Sleepy DATE: Mon Nov 24 10:22:49 PST 1997 It's the name of the Sheriff. I can't remember it. Grr. ------------------------------------------------------------------------ FROM: Chewing Wax DATE: Mon Nov 24 10:22:19 PST 1997 See ya Myk. Is that new Aliens movie gonna be any good? ------------------------------------------------------------------------ FROM: Conversation Overheard at Starbuck's DATE: Mon Nov 24 10:22:13 PST 1997 Her: Oh, have you seen the new Leonardo painting, the one of the woman and child near the cave? It's so beautiful. Such a masterpiece of composition and light. It actually made me cry. Him: Haven't seen it yet, but the reviews of the Comic Book are excellent. I think they are going to put out an unplugged version on video too. ------------------------------------------------------------------------ FROM: Sleepy DATE: Mon Nov 24 10:19:17 PST 1997 Bye Myk.