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Digest - 26 Jan 2000 to 27 Jan 2000 (#2000-27)

Thu, 27 Jan 2000

There are 32 messages totalling 884 lines in this issue.

Topics of the day:

  1. Has cross overs been done on... (6)
  2. FK Collection Liquidation
  3. Ice breaker (3)
  4. Halifax, anyone?
  5. err...umm...kina newbie?? ^^;;
  6. quiet on the list (7)
  7. FK Guidebook request, from Heather
  8. YKYBWTMFKW....
  9. How many?? (2)
 10. More snow FK fan updates
 11. Frozen Dinners (was: More snow FK fan updates) (6)
 12. bloodpops and bicycle shorts...
 13. looking for someone else

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Date:    Wed, 26 Jan 2000 15:41:28 -0700
From:    Kyer <kyer@p.......>
Subject: Re: Has cross overs been done on...

Liz Wrote:> [Columbo] Would be great with Nick, though. Give Nick even more
reason to angst. ;-)

<Kyer wonders if its safe for her to type... so many listmembers want to hit
her with liquid-filled balloons lately.  Can't understand it. <eg> >

I cannot see Nick collaborating with Columbo.
Can you just imagine the fuss Nick would make if the perpetually cigar
chomping, dirty trenchcoat wearing, Inspector Columbo tried to ride in the
Caddy?
Can you imagine Nick wanting to get anywhere *near* Columbo's junk jalopie?
I think not.  The man was worse than Schanke on a bad day. <g>

Grinned, :)=
Kyer
kyer@p.......

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Date:    Wed, 26 Jan 2000 17:46:59 -0500
From:    Rosebud <Rosebud@g.......>
Subject: FK Collection Liquidation

I am disposing of more of my FK collection.  Those interested, please
respond to: ROSEBUD@g.......    First come, first served.

*PLEASE *DO NOT* RESPOND TO THE LIST!*  I will not see your message and
it will tick people off.  <BG>  Thanks!

Jeri
--
Jeri E. Friedman
Rosebud@g.......

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Date:    Wed, 26 Jan 2000 09:56:58 -0600
From:    Drew Nix <snix@a.......>
Subject: Re: Ice breaker


Okay, one last time, then I'm going back into lurking!  Really!

DISCLAIMER:  Please keep in mind that these are just my takes on each
character and are not meant to offend any living thing.

Lacroix:  timber wolf (powerful)

Janette: cobra (beautiful but deadly)

Vachon: mutt (not that there's anything wrong with that)

Nick: racoon (pesky)

Screed: weasel (self-explanatory)

Schanke: koala (cuddly)

Tracy: lemur (I don't know why...)

KC
snix@a.......
"She really likes me!  Sure, I had to hypnotize her a little to
part...but I can tell she really likes me!"--MST3K

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Date:    Wed, 26 Jan 2000 15:58:05 -0700
From:    Kyer <kyer@p.......>
Subject: Re: Ice breaker

Laurie Asked:  Question: If the various FK> characters were animals, what
animals would they be?

LaCroix:  Pit Bull:  because he has this tendency to tenaciously hang on to
those he sinks his teeth into.
Nicholas:  Sponge:  What else can soak up more than its body weight worth of
angst and hold onto it?
Janette:  Jellyfish:  Utterly graceful while in her element.  More drab when
out of it--- yet always interesting either way.  *Always* deadly.
Vachon:  My old cat.  Lazy, but loyal to loved ones.
Screed:  the dirty rat! <g>  (Well, they say you are what you eat, and that
owners start to look like their pets.)
Reese:  Camel:  the man seems to be able (not voluntarily) to exist for days
without water.
Schanke:  My old dog.  'Scotty' would scarf up anything even remotely
edible, then go off to investigate something.

Grinned,  :)=
Kyer
kyer@p.......

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Date:    Wed, 26 Jan 2000 18:17:38 -0500
From:    "Laura C. Vandivier" <lmc@g.......>
Subject: Halifax, anyone?

Posted with McLisa's permission.  Thanks!!!

I'm going to be in Halifax March 7th - 13th or so.  Is anyone else going to
be there then?  Would anyone be interested in getting together for dinner,
driving the countryside, sharing a room, whatever?

Please respond off list.  Thanks!

--Laura
lmc@g.......

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Date:    Wed, 26 Jan 2000 15:23:00 -0800
From:    Liz the Lucky <lizthelucky@h.......>
Subject: Re: Has cross overs been done on...

First I sed, then Kyer sed:
> Liz Wrote:> [Columbo] Would be great with Nick, though. Give Nick even
> > more reason to angst. ;-)
> I cannot see Nick collaborating with Columbo.

Whoops. I should have made myself more clear. I mean Columbo with Nick as
the *suspect/killer*. (or maybe this could be the one case Columbo gets
wrong) The idea is that all the nitpicking Columbo does feeds into Nick's
angst factor. Meanwhile, LC (who probably is the real killer) is laughing is
... elbow off. (please tell me i'm not the only one who remember the Sony
postcards)

Hugs and Kisses,
Liz the Lucky                          FoD                          Merc
luckyliz@m.......              Nanette          DNP         Nother
http://www.mindspring.com/~luckyliz Official Story Titler of the Nothers

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Date:    Wed, 26 Jan 2000 18:32:59 EST
From:    BrandyKitt@a.......
Subject: Re: Has cross overs been done on...

In a message dated 01/25/2000 11:46:18 PM Central Standard Time,
Libratsie@a....... writes:

> A friend of mine who isn't on FORKNI-L right now due to time restraints was
>  wondering if anyone had ever seen FK cross overs with "Colombo" or "Law and
>  Order."

Oh, I'd like to see one with "Law and Order";  especially one with
Logan and Briscoe.  I can imagine Lenny Briscoe and Don Schanke
working together.

Evelyn Duncan
brandykitt@a.......

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Date:    Wed, 26 Jan 2000 16:37:08 -0700
From:    Kyer <kyer@p.......>
Subject: Re: Has cross overs been done on...

Liz Explained:> Whoops. I should have made myself more clear. I mean Columbo
with Nick as> the *suspect/killer*.

Ohhhhhhh. <g>
In that case, Nick would red herring Columbo over to Screed's place, where
the two would hit it off as if they were busom buddies.  Screed might even
make Columbo his childe--- along with Freddie the Freeloader (Red Skelton).
Heck--- this would explain why 'Columbo 'went off the air, while 'Mrs.
Columbo' went on.  The Mrs. had to make ends meet after her hubby
disappeared one night.

Grinned,  :)=

Kyer
kyer@p.......

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Date:    Wed, 26 Jan 2000 18:44:58 EST
From:    BrandyKitt@a.......
Subject: Re: Has cross overs been done on...

In a message dated 01/26/2000 4:43:28 PM Central Standard Time,
kyer@p....... writes:

> I cannot see Nick collaborating with Columbo.

But I can see Columbo and Lacroix engaging in a battle of wits.
The good lieutenant was a lot smarter than people gave him
credit for, and that's what tripped them up.

Evelyn Duncan
brandykitt@a.......

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Date:    Wed, 26 Jan 2000 19:03:26 -0500
From:    Mary Combs <mcombs@e.......>
Subject: Re: Has cross overs been done on...

BrandyKitt@a....... wrote: kyer@p....... writes:
> > I cannot see Nick collaborating with Columbo.
> But I can see Columbo and Lacroix engaging in a battle of wits.
> The good lieutenant was a lot smarter than people gave him
> credit for, and that's what tripped them up.

Oh yes, I can see Columbo driving LC up the wall with his famous: "Oh
sir, just one thing more.." routine.

Also, while I agree that Nick would growl "Not in my caddy" to the
cigars, I also think Nick would recognize the intelligence beneath the
rumpled facade and a fellow "lone-wolf" investigator.

-----
Mary
mcombs@e....... N&Npacker

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Date:    Wed, 26 Jan 2000 19:09:10 -0500
From:    Mary Combs <mcombs@e.......>
Subject: Re: err...umm...kina newbie?? ^^;;

"teri delong" <darius4evr@h.......>
>
> So whaddaya think? Can they fly in bitter cold blizzards

I think the cold wouldn't bother them, but they might have trouble with
being blown off course and with navigation, particularly if they rely on
vision or senses sensitive to infrared and heat.

> and how long
> can they go without blood if their blood supply is frozen in this cabin
> with no heat......

Well, they could treat the frozen blood like popsicles <gr>

Mary
mcombs@e....... N&Npacker

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Date:    Wed, 26 Jan 2000 20:54:20 -0600
From:    "B. Stone" <STONEB@g.......>
Subject: quiet on the list

It *is* quiet on the list.  Perhaps we should try the old "episode of the week"
strategy?
        B. Stone
        stoneb@g.......

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Date:    Wed, 26 Jan 2000 22:17:23 EST
From:    Laudon1965@a.......
Subject: Re: quiet on the list

I'm worried that listmemebers in North Carolina and Southern Virginia might
still be without power.  Carolinans and Virginians, are y'all okay?

Laurie of the Isles

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Date:    Wed, 26 Jan 2000 22:34:53 -0500
From:    "Laura C. Vandivier" <lmc@g.......>
Subject: Re: quiet on the list

20" of snow here in the Raleigh/Durham NC area, but fortunately I never lost
power.  I haven't seen snow like this since I left the mountains of
Virginia.  Never thought I'd have to shovel walkways again!  :-)  My dogs
love it though!

Thanks for the thoughts!

--Laura

Laudon1965@a....... wrote:
>
> I'm worried that listmemebers in North Carolina and Southern Virginia might
> still be without power.  Carolinans and Virginians, are y'all okay?
>
> Laurie of the Isles

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Date:    Wed, 26 Jan 2000 22:55:58 -0500
From:    Diane Harris <dharris@h.......>
Subject: Re: quiet on the list

Well, I'm right outside of D.C. and I can assure you that us Northern
Virginians are quite all right :)  We only got about a foot or so of snow.
No power loss to my knowledge, just lots of time off from school (thank you
thank you thank you)!

Diane (dharris@h.......)
Hopeless NNPacker with strong Knightie / Dark Knightie tendencies and a hint
of FoDs for good measure...
www.his.com/~eschmid/Homepage.htm

> I'm worried that listmemebers in North Carolina and Southern Virginia might
> still be without power.  Carolinans and Virginians, are y'all okay?
>
> Laurie of the Isles

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Date:    Wed, 26 Jan 2000 22:56:45 EST
From:    KaAG@a.......
Subject: Re: quiet on the list

OK here in Greenville NC... somehow I thought I left all that snow behind
when I moved from Ohio

karen

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Date:    Wed, 26 Jan 2000 23:11:46 EST
From:    TRAPPERG2@a.......
Subject: FK Guidebook request, from Heather

Attention FK Fans with websites: (This means you!)

I'm about to go for one last round of websites to put in the Unofficial FK
Guidebook, Secrets of the Knight.

If you'd like to see your website or your faction's website, please send the
website to me at, maccousin@iwon.com or to Sukh at Sukhmet@a........

Many thanks!!!

Heather Poinsett-Dunbar 'The MacCousin'
_________________________________________

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Date:    Wed, 26 Jan 2000 05:01:04 EST
From:    Natalia DiWillow <SoulOfAHuntress@a.......>
Subject: Re: Ice breaker

In a message dated 26/01/00 04:15:18 GMT Standard Time, Laudon1965@a.......
writes:

Hey-hey everyone,

I've lurked and I'm coming out of lurkerdom to reply to a question...(Yay me
::grins::) Just remember, I never claimed this would make sense :P

> Okay, it's too darn quiet around here.  Question: If the various FK
>  characters were animals, what animals would they be?
>
>  LaCroix: Black Panther?  White Tiger?
>       LaCroix: Definately some kind of dangerous animal like a Tiger :P
>
>  Nick: Arabian Horse?
>       Nick: Golden Retriever? (Fetch Nicky, Fetch! :P)
>

Janette: Raven? ::grins:: Or a blank panther maybe, or an elegant black
horse, like a thoroughbred :)

Natalie: A cat of some kind...maybe a cute tabby cat :P

Screed: Rat? He loves 'em that much anyway...:)

Tracy: I don't know...what kind of animals are the most irritating? ::grins::
(I *do* like Tracy! Honest...but she's a little...high strung...:P)

Okay...can't think of any others :)

- - Kiana - -
    "<A HREF="mailto:SoulOfAHuntress@a.......">Soul Of A Huntress</A>"
*I lurk...but remember...I'm watching you..."
* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
* * * * * * *
   ~ Ravenette ~ Nanette ~ Dark Nattie ~ Unholy Alliance ~ Mikies ~

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Date:    Wed, 26 Jan 2000 23:29:58 -0800
From:    Liz the Lucky <lizthelucky@h.......>
Subject: YKYBWTMFKW....

This one's a couple of weeks old, but it's on my mind tonight, so I'm
sharing it.

You Know You've Been Watching Too Much Forever Knight When...

....You learn how to give yourself injections at the doctor's office and
when the nurse tells you to stick the needle in your thigh, your first
thought was "Gee, just like Jane Doe!"

Amazing the connections we come up with, isn't it?

Hugs and Kisses,
Liz the Lucky                          FoD                          Merc
luckyliz@m.......              Nanette          DNP         Nother
http://www.mindspring.com/~luckyliz Official Story Titler of the Nothers

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Date:    Thu, 27 Jan 2000 10:51:29 CET
From:    Simone Nicole Dornecker <moonwing@h.......>
Subject: How many??

Hi

I rewatched some eps and read some fics and a question popped up in my head:
Can anybody guess the rough number of vampires in the world?
Several hundred, thousand, hundered-thousand or even more?

Simone Nicole Dornecker     Zwei Seelen wohnen ach! in meiner Brust,
Simone_Dornecker@y.......   Die eine will sich von der andern trennen;
Moonwing@h.......           Die eine haelt, in derber Liebeslust,
                            Sich an die Welt mit klammernden Organen;
                            Die andre hebt gewaltsam sich vom Dust
                            Zu den Gefilden hoher Ahnen.   (Faust)

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Date:    Thu, 27 Jan 2000 08:39:36 -0500
From:    Cindy Clark <clarkcindy@e.......>
Subject: Re: quiet on the list

Cindy from Cleveland here.  Trust me, we kept our share of the white stuff
here,too.
----- Original Message -----
From: <KaAG@a.......>
To: <FORKNI-L@l.......>
Sent: Wednesday, January 26, 2000 10:56 PM
Subject: Re: quiet on the list

> OK here in Greenville NC... somehow I thought I left all that snow behind
> when I moved from Ohio
>
> karen

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Date:    Thu, 27 Jan 2000 10:27:19 EST
From:    Knightwave@a.......
Subject: Re: quiet on the list

Those of us on the lower peninsula of Virginia are doing okay.  We ended up
with around 8-14" depending on where in Hampton Roads you are standing.  It
was a wonderful surprise.  Being right on the coast, we usually don't receive
much snow at all.  <g>  Power is fine, though the roads are impassible.
School is still out -- please help me survive the kids mostly stuck indoors
because of the bitter cold.

Enjoy,
April
knightwave@a.......

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Date:    Thu, 27 Jan 2000 13:36:15 EST
From:    Libratsie@a.......
Subject: More snow FK fan updates

Johnsie the 'ead o' the Ratpack lives in North Carolina (moved there last
year from Key West, Florida so I KNOW his daughter must be excited about the
snow!)  I haven't heard from him, but am assuming that no news is good news.

The latest winter storm just entered my area of the world (Central Arkansas)
and it is snowing heavily - looks like I left work at just the right time!
This is the first major snow storm we have had here in several years. The
only FK fans(who are FORKNI-L alumnus) locally who I know will have to work
doesn't live far from her office.

I'm home for the duration!

<all the lil' ratsies wrap up h'in lil' ratsie scarves an run outside wot to
do a 'appy dance h'in the snow! then they put their lil' ratsie toes h'in the
soon to be inches o' snow and go "brrrrrrrrrrrrrr" before running back
inside!>

Hmmmm, if a lil' ratsie froze solid, could Screed use the tail as a popsicle
stick for a frozen treat? heheheheheh

--Libs

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Date:    Thu, 27 Jan 2000 13:56:44 EST
From:    Laudon1965@a.......
Subject: Re: Frozen Dinners (was: More snow FK fan updates)

In a message dated 01/27/2000 11:39:19 AM US Mountain Standard Time,
Libratsie@a....... writes:

<< Hmmmm, if a lil' ratsie froze solid, could Screed use the tail as a
popsicle stick for a frozen treat? heheheheheh >>

I'll address this and another question earlier about whether our beloved
vamps could chow down on a frozen victim.  Nick says in Francesca that they
need the beating heart to pump the blood to the fang wounds, so I don't think
they could make much use of a frozen "dinner".

Laurie of the Isles

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Date:    Thu, 27 Jan 2000 13:06:56 -0600
From:    Monica Thadine Rodriguez <mrodri14@u.......>
Subject: bloodpops and bicycle shorts...

As this is a reply to the digest, this is a multi-topic post.  Sorry if
it's annoying!

Kyer wrote:
>I can *almost* see LaCroix or Janette teasing Nick by putting his particular
>'brand' of bloodwine in such a fridge in the back of the Raven bar.  Okay..
>I *can* see one of them doing this.  But they would have to be pretty
>snockered.

Why Kyer, that's particularly evil of you... I do believe you are learning
the ways of the General... <beg>  I would love to see this myself BTW...
She also wrote:
>Oh, and welcome to the List, Abra!  (<grumble> even iffen youse is another
>one of those 'General'ly whammied ones.)

Yes, welcome Abra!  Always glad to see new members, proving that FKdom is
alive and well.  And even more so, I'm glad to see an addition the the
General's ranks!!!  <doing the happy dance in kyer's face -- waves!>

Teri wrote:
><snip> how long>can they go without blood if their blood supply is frozen
in this cabin>with no heat......
>
That brings to mind the image of one of our vamps chomping on a frozen
clump of blood - how would they take to that?  Would it be like eating a
popsicle?  Maybe they'd like it and start pouring their blood into ice
trays with toothpicks stuck in them, and hang around licking their
bloodpops.  Or, they might find the whole idea totally repulsive.   It may
be a matter of taste.

Shele wrote:
>>I can only wonder what we all would have done had they seen fit to
costume NB in a pair of those nice bicycle shorts!
And Christy answered:
>*drool*  *thud*  That give you any idea, Shele? <BG>

Couldn't have said it better Christy!!

Also, welcome back Molly!!!!!  Glad to have you here, reminding us that,
indeed, Uncle *always* knows best.  Truer words were never spoken!  Also I
have Netscape 3.1 and I know one of your pages had trouble.  I've already
mentioned this to you a while back though.  Remember?  I don't -- at least
not which page I was talking about.  But I know it had a diamond background.

Well, that's all for today's update.  Please resume your regularly
scheduled mayhem.

monica
luscious lucius lover

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Date:    Thu, 27 Jan 2000 10:23:12 -0800
From:    Rayne <rayne_koest@y.......>
Subject: Re: How many??

> Can anybody guess the rough number of vampires in the
> world?
> Several hundred, thousand, hundered-thousand or even
> more?

That is a very speculative question, my fave kind :)

Hmm well we've met quite a few Toronto vampires. Aristotle,
Feliks, Vachon,Urs, Alma, Janette, LC,  Screed, the tech in
what was it, "Unreality TV" ?

Since vampire populations are likely located near or in
major cities (easier to blend in and have the "alternative"
lifestyle they need), we'd be considering cities.

Take TO:
 Assuming there is the one club in town and many frequent
it... I'd guess about 250 in TO. So *very* roughly(if the
TO pop is about 5-6 million?) one out every 20,000 or so TO
city folks is one.

1/20 000 city folks. That would make the world Vamp pop. in
the higher thousands I imagine

-
?
-
I dunno but that is my guess.
Rayne.

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Date:    Thu, 27 Jan 2000 14:31:38 EST
From:    Meliss9900@a.......
Subject: Re: Frozen Dinners (was: More snow FK fan updates)

In a message dated 1/27/00 12:57:44 PM Central Standard Time,
Laudon1965@a....... writes:

<< I'll address this and another question earlier about whether our beloved
 vamps could chow down on a frozen victim.  Nick says in Francesca that they
 need the beating heart to pump the blood to the fang wounds, so I don't think
 they could make much use of a frozen "dinner".

 Laurie of the Isles >>

But that's when the meal is coming from the original container, so to speak.
They don't need a "beating heart" when they are scarfing down an opened
bottle so  I  would presume the same would apply to Blood-pops.  The real
question is if they  would get "brain freeze" <g>.

Melissa

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Date:    Thu, 27 Jan 2000 14:47:50 -0500
From:    "Brenda F. Bell" <webwarren@e.......>
Subject: Re: Frozen Dinners (was: More snow FK fan updates)

At 01:56 PM 1/27/00 EST, Laurie of the Isles wrote:

>Nick says in Francesca that they need the beating heart to
>pump the blood to the fang wounds, so I don't think
>they could make much use of a frozen "dinner".

OTOH, they could defrost the corpus and use embalming fluids and such to
remove the blood. Would probably be the vamp equivalent of rot-gut, though...

OTTH, depending upon where and when they're holing up, the victim
(vampire's or carouche's) could be sliced up like steak and treated with
coarse salt to bring the blood out from the tissues. Once again, it'd
probably affect the taste considerably...

Hmm... I wonder then if blood marrow might be a particularly rare vampire
treat?...

Brenda F. Bell   webwarren@e.......   /nick TMana     IM: n2kye
Arctophile, computer addict, TREKker, stealth photographer...
        UA, PoCBS, FKPagan; Neon-Green GlowWorm
HugMistress of the Ger Bear Project http://members.Tripod.com/~TMana/
Gerthering 3 Photos:  http://nj5.injersey.com/~ic97/gertherng/
Visit the Fiendish Glow at http://home.earthlink.net/~webwarren/glow/

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Date:    Thu, 27 Jan 2000 14:58:47 EST
From:    Laudon1965@a.......
Subject: Re: Frozen Dinners (was: More snow FK fan updates)

In a message dated 01/27/2000 12:33:00 PM US Mountain Standard Time,
Meliss9900@a....... writes:

<< But that's when the meal is coming from the original container, so to speak.
 They don't need a "beating heart" when they are scarfing down an opened
 bottle so  I  would presume the same would apply to Blood-pops.  The real
 question is if they  would get "brain freeze" <g>.
  >>

Now there's an image, a vampire with an icecream headache! <G>

Laurie of the Isles

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Date:    Fri, 28 Jan 2000 09:05:55 +1300
From:    Kylie Coleman-Tucker <knightraven@c.......>
Subject: Re: Frozen Dinners (was: More snow FK fan updates)

>>
>But that's when the meal is coming from the original container, so to speak.
>They don't need a "beating heart" when they are scarfing down an opened
>bottle so  I  would presume the same would apply to Blood-pops.  The real
>question is if they  would get "brain freeze" <g>.
>Melissa

I think vampires do feel temperatures when they become extreme. I surmize
that they don't feel the cold as we do because their own body temperature is
much lower, but when the temperature falls well below even the vampire norm
then they will feel a chill. It may even freeze their own blood but, of
course, it won't kill them.

I just see it now...a freak heatwave and there's nothing better than popping
into the Raven for a yummy Bloodpop.<eg>

Getting frozen blood out of a bottle will be a sight to see...you would have
to break it,
yes?<g>

Kylie.
knightraven@c.......
"What a wonderful thing humanity is...Passionate, intelligent, inquisitive,
generous, full of hope and joy, noble of spirit, and above all...delicious!"
http://home.clear.net.nz/pages/knightraven

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Date:    Thu, 27 Jan 2000 16:11:55 -0500
From:    "Brenda F. Bell" <webwarren@e.......>
Subject: Re: Frozen Dinners (was: More snow FK fan updates)

At 09:05 AM 1/28/00 +1300, Kylie suggested:

>Getting frozen blood out of a bottle will be a sight to see...you would have
>to break it, yes?<g>

More likely, frozen vamp-food products would be packaged a lot like
human-medical blood products, in those vacuum-pack bags like the ones Nick
is chomping down in the flashbacks from "Only the Lonely". Those bags don't
break, they can handle the expansion and contraction of fluids during
various liquid and frozen stages, they can even handle a small degree of
fluid vaporization in them (think "Boil-in-Bag" style frozen-food products).

Brenda F. Bell   webwarren@e.......   /nick TMana     IM: n2kye
Arctophile, computer addict, TREKker, stealth photographer...
        UA, PoCBS, FKPagan; Neon-Green GlowWorm
HugMistress of the Ger Bear Project http://members.Tripod.com/~TMana/
Gerthering 3 Photos:  http://nj5.injersey.com/~ic97/gertherng/
Visit the Fiendish Glow at http://home.earthlink.net/~webwarren/glow/

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Date:    Thu, 27 Jan 2000 15:29:33 -0600
From:    Monica Thadine Rodriguez <mrodri14@u.......>
Subject: looking for someone else

Sorry to bother you all again, but I was trying to contact Roger, also
known as Cousin Erik, but his email was bounced back to me as 'user
unknown.'  Anyone know how to contact him?

thanks,
monica
luscious lucius lover

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