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Digest - 30 Jan 1996

30 Jan 1996

There are 5 messages totalling 133 lines in this issue.

Topics of the day:

  1. War? War? ah, noooo....
  2. Sounds and Such
  3. the young ones
  4. Acronymonious
  5. Ger in Shakespeare


Date:    Tue, 30 Jan 1996 15:46:29 EST
From:    TORREY L HARRIS <SSZK27A@p.......>
Subject: Re: War? War? ah, noooo....

Laura writes:

>I might add, coincides with my natural inclination as a Vaquera to
>do nothing more than blink when war goes by, unless a yummy
>prey walks right into my path.

 Well after the last war it is safe to say that we will be doing much
more than just blinking the next time around.<EG> I have been busy
designing anti-cow devices for the church and reinforced underwear for
Vachon ( so he can go to the Raven without coming back with little
pinch bruises on his rear <g>). So when war breaks loose again consider
the pray standing in front of you and making faces!





Date:    Tue, 30 Jan 1996 15:56:00 EST
From:    Laurie Salopek <LMS5@p.......>
Subject: Sounds and Such

There are several FK wav files, gifs, stories, games, etc.. etc...  on the
FK FTP site (many thanks to everyone who has worked to make this site a

ftp to ftp.cac.psu.edu, it is an anonymous ftp site. Then go to

There you will find all sorts of goodies!

And, since I'm talking about the ftp site, I noticed I had created a directory
for scripts. If anyone would care to transcribe a view episodes, let me know!



Date:    Tue, 30 Jan 1996 15:21:17 +0200
From:    Katrinka <STUKENDALCA@m.......>
Subject: Re: the young ones

I think Vachon could be Dim in Bad News. It was a little thing like
spinal tap that the boys of the young ones did. Dim was played by the
same man that played Neal, the only difference being the curly hair. Dim
had really curly hair.
Anyone who would like to trade for young ones, I have pro copies of all
the eps. I'll trade for other british comedy.
also brian may produced their record. I've always wished that he would be
on an ep, he would make a wonderful vampire.


Date:    Tue, 30 Jan 1996 16:11:07 U
From:    Celeste Hotaling-Lyons <celeste_hotaling-lyons@i.......>
Subject: Acronymonious

                       Subject:                               Time:4:06 PM
  OFFICE MEMO          Acronymonious                          Date:1/30/96

A sleep-deprived Jamie announced the meaning of her acronym:



Oh, dearie, dear.  I really *must* have a chat about this latest in a series
of anti-cousinly treacheries with Uncle during War 7, whenever it starts (we
are of course in the midst of War 6 at the moment.)  He's gonna be real, real
upset with you, esp. after what (he believes) you did to him in War 5.  I
wonder if Uncle is the type to nurse a grudge.  What do *you* think?

Don sez:
>Not suitable for selling at a mere antique store, but he does have in a
>box in his living room Joan of Arc's own personal cross.

Ah, but owning is one thing, *proving* it, to sell it, is another.

"I wanna sell this cross, what Joan of Arc gave to me--honest, she did!" gets
you tossed into the Waldorf Hysteria.  And she didn't sign a certificate of
authenticity, did she?  Very remiss of Nickolah not to get one.

The Celestial Cousine


Date:    Tue, 30 Jan 1996 16:33:49 -0500
From:    Allison Percy <percy91@w.......>
Subject: Ger in Shakespeare

Ger fans, if you missed his AOL conference this past Saturday evening,
you probably missed this tidbit.  Quoting GWD:

  "I'm doing Shakespeare in April! I'm playing Petruchio in
  "Taming of the Shrew" at the World Theater Festival with the original
  Shakespeare Company from Britain.. and we're doing it in Toronto at the
  end of April."

All I can say is....  ROAD TRIP!!  Who wants to go?  We'll carpool!  :)

BTW, according to the list of stage & theater credits I have for Ger, he
has performed in "Taming of the Shrew" at least once before.  But last
time he played Hortensio and apparently greatly enjoyed being bashed upon
the head with a lute.  Petruchio, by the way, is the suitor of the "shrew"
referred to in the play's title!

Another thing -- someone suggested that I ask for a copy of something
called The Whale Tales.  What's this, and can someone send it to me??
It's supposed to be hilarious.

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