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FORKNI-L Digest - 28 Feb 2001 to 1 Mar 2001 - Special issue (#2001-68)

Thu, 1 Mar 2001

There are 35 messages totalling 1033 lines in this issue.

Topics in this special issue:

  1. Admin: Everyone ok in Seattle? (4)
  2. V4S: By The Book 1-3 (8)
  3. Re Re: Admin: Everyone ok in Seattle? (2)
  4. Skin and Textiles (2)
  5. Questions! (was Skin and Textiles) (2)
  6. Missing in Action (2)
  7. YKYBWTMFKW... (2)
  8. Now, Easy to Download FK Movies!
  9. RV4S Insanity (3)
 10. fkfanfic site (7)
 11. FORKNI-L Digest - 27 Feb 2001 to 28 Feb 2001 (#2001-67)
 12. hi

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Date:    Wed, 28 Feb 2001 15:43:15 -0700
From:    Rose Thatcher <dreamerextrodanar@h.......>
Subject: Re: Admin: Everyone ok in Seattle?

>I'm 160 miles south in xxxxxxx, and though we didn't feel it nearly as
>much as Seattle did, it felt like a 4.0+ down here. I'm on the top (5th)
>floor of a large building, and everything shook really hard -- but it was
>short.

My gosh, my home's about that far from Seattle, I wonder if it's doing Ok.
Anyone know about the Yakima area?
                'Rose

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Date:    Wed, 28 Feb 2001 15:46:08 -0800
From:    Carlson <ustisaquui@e.......>
Subject: Re: Admin: Everyone ok in Seattle?

Rose Thatcher wrote:

> >I'm 160 miles south in Portland, and though we didn't feel it nearly as
> >much as Seattle did, it felt like a 4.0+ down here. I'm on the top (5th)
> >floor of a large building, and everything shook really hard -- but it was
> >short.
>
> My gosh, my home's about that far from Seattle, I wonder if it's doing Ok.
> Anyone know about the Yakima area?
>                 'Rose

    I live in Washington state myself, about 5 hours away from Seattle.  So
far as I know, the quake was about 6.5 or so, and the epicenter was about 15
miles from Tacoma.  There have been no reported fatalities, a small smattering
of injuries, nothing too bad.  Mostly some brickwork buildings that lost some
of their walls, and one bridge that went down.  They closed SeaTac so they
could check the runways, and did the same with a few major highways.  The
damage is in the billions, so thats the reason they said we were in a state of
emergency.  Several thousands of people are without power.  All in all, for
all the short but heavy shaking here, we got pretty lucky.
    Even where I am (Richland), they evacuated some buildings due to having
several floors.  The top levels shook, and homes without a concrete base
shook.  My aunt's home rattled quite a bit (she's in Richland too), but I
didn't even know we'd had an earthquake till a customer told me.

Here is a link for more info:

http://www.abcnews.go.com/sections/us/DailyNews/quake010228.html

Doing fine in WA,

Tab

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Date:    Wed, 28 Feb 2001 19:10:16 -0500
From:    "Brooks, Julia A." <BROOKJU@m.......>
Subject: Re: V4S: By The Book 1-3

I did this....

>From: Gwenn Musicante
>
>This is the message that I received from the list manager about the virtual
>4th season list.  What am I doing wrong?  I have not received any parts.
>Will someone please send to me what has been posted so far?

Julia B. (aka Brooksie) and Allie's Brook
forever Knightie crusader, Les Chevaliers de la Nuit
*************************************************
"And a screaming fine ride [he] is, too."
*************************************************
with Ginger (Woofpack) and Dusty (FoSiL)

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Date:    Wed, 28 Feb 2001 16:28:07 -0800
From:    "Jan J." <jonesjan@g.......>
Subject: Re Re: Admin: Everyone ok in Seattle?

>I'm 160 miles south in Portland, and though we didn't
>feel it nearly as much as Seattle did, it felt like a 4.0+
>down here. I'm on the top (5th) floor of a large building,
>and everything shook really hard -- but it was short.


Well I was sitting on the couch when the shock wave
rocked my sisters house today at 11am.  The quake
hit Seattle around 10:55am and it took 5 minutes to
reach me on the other end of the state here in the
Tri-cities (Richland, Pasco, & Kennewick).  I've heard
everything from 6.2 to 7 on the scale being reported
on the radio.  By the looks of superficial building
damage shown on Seattle's KING 5 TV news I'd say it
was closer to 6.0  and so far I haven't heard of any
fatalities.

Jan (a.k.a. Dark Knightie Jan, Jan1228)

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Date:    Thu, 1 Mar 2001 00:29:10 -0000
From:    "Mildred G. Cady" <mgcady@h.......>
Subject: Re: Skin and Textiles

----Original Message Follows----
From: Molly Schneider <smolly4@q.......>

>The comment was given pertaining to *Nick's* skin, not yours
>(nor mine, for that matter)-- my sister, whilst in the Air
>Force, dreaded the occasions when she had to wear her 'dress'
>uniform, as even a slip and blouse couldn't protect her
>skin from the wool.  And was the material for your linen
>and woolen garments hand-carded, hand-spun, and hand-woven on
>medieval-style looms, or was it machine-processed (as the
>military's is)?

I'm also in the SCA, and I've seen examples of wool and linen garments made
with medieval equipment.  It takes a *long* time, but it is possible to get
"machine-processed" quality material with medieval machinery.  A woman I
know can get "machine" thread from wool using a drop spindle, it just takes
a long time to produce it (and took her a lot of practice to get to that
point).

The finer the material (either wool or linen), the more time it took to
create, the more labor intensive, and of course, the more expensive.

The middle ages also had the technology (at least in certian areas) to
produce fine silks, gauze thin fabrics (of linen), and complex tapestries
and brocades (on looms).  [Even though Western Europe had problems with
getting silk worms, purchasing silk thread to weave into a project- brocade
for example- was not uncommon.]

Nicholas, being in France, would have better access to some of these
materials and those that produced it.




~Mildred G. Cady~
Merc Mommy General and Computer Genius

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Date:    Wed, 28 Feb 2001 17:32:23 -0800
From:    Emily Hanson <emilymhanson@y.......>
Subject: Re: V4S: By The Book 1-3

Do you need them still? send me a message off-list and I'll
forward you parts 2-4 which were all that was sent.

Emily
--- "Brooks, Julia A." <BROOKJU@m.......> wrote:
> I did this....
>
> >From: Gwenn Musicante
> >
> >This is the message that I received from the list manager about the virtual
> >4th season list.  What am I doing wrong?  I have not received any parts.
> >Will someone please send to me what has been posted so far?
>
> Julia B. (aka Brooksie) and Allie's Brook
> forever Knightie crusader, Les Chevaliers de la Nuit
> *************************************************
> "And a screaming fine ride [he] is, too."
> *************************************************
> with Ginger (Woofpack) and Dusty (FoSiL)

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Date:    Wed, 28 Feb 2001 20:55:47 EST
From:    TRAPPERG2@a.......
Subject: Re: Re Re: Admin: Everyone ok in Seattle?

In a message dated 02/28/2001 4:30:13 PM Pacific Standard Time,
jonesjan@g....... writes:


> By the looks of superficial building
> damage shown on Seattle's KING 5 TV news I'd say it
> was closer to 6.0  and so far I haven't heard of any
> fatalities.

We actually have a couple of collapses, and 3 people in critical at the
moment. 10 people are missing in Olympia, following an elevator shaft
collapsing in the Old Olympia Hotel Apartments.

Trapper


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Date:    Wed, 28 Feb 2001 19:11:56 -0700
From:    Molly Schneider <smolly4@q.......>
Subject: Questions! (was Skin and Textiles)

Mary Combs wrote:
>>I'm sure that Nick would be sleeping on linen, if only it weren't for that
pesky laundry problem after a nightmare makes him break into a bloodsweat!<<

Which bring up even more questions (ye gods and little fishes, how I love this
list!): given the microscopic creatures that live in and around us, would any
of them be turned vampire by Nick's bloodsweat? Or, since Nick isn't human,
would he have any of these critters? Since dust is something like 80% human
skin, would the loft be dust-free, or would there actually be more dust due to
the vampire regenerative process?



Molly/StormBorn
Cousin, Seducer, Forum Fanatic, Ravenette, Dark Trinity, FK Pagans
Abnormally fond of dead guys...
smolly4@q.......
http://stormborn.tripod.com/ (under reconstruction)

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Date:    Wed, 28 Feb 2001 20:07:53 -0700
From:    Kyer <kyer@p.......>
Subject: Re: Questions! (was Skin and Textiles)

Molly asked: given the microscopic creatures that live in and around us,
>would any of them be turned vampire by Nick's bloodsweat?  Also dust is
>something like 80% human skin, would the loft be dust-free, or would there
>actually be more dust due to the vampire regenerative process?

Gee, Molly!  You're turning the normally white Light Squirette an
interesting shade of green... (quothed Dark Squirette)

IMHO, Either the microorganisms would be killed off by the vampire as a
threat to its being, or would be seen as symbiotic housekeepers and kept
under close wraps--depending on what exactly the bugs were doing.  Otherwise
these 'vampire bugs' would have surely drained the mortal populace dry.

As to the dust...(awww---now I'm getting visions of Tinker Bell! <EG!> [Dark
Squirette in the background hawking talcum bottles of 'Vampire
Gravity-Defying Dust & Topical Heal-All', guaranteed to make you feel
weightless and cure what ails you.]

Shoot...lost my choo choo of thought.  There it goes...chug-chugging away
into the horizon without me.  Oh well...  <waves bye bye at the caboose>

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

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Date:    Wed, 28 Feb 2001 21:38:44 -0700
From:    Kyer <kyer@p.......>
Subject: Missing in Action

After going back through old messages, I realized a few things.

1.  KnightRaven?  You still there?  What happened with the jackets?  : (
2.  I submitted info for the FK2000 fanfic awards days ago, but have yet to
receive a voting i.d. number.
3.  Whatever happened to Knight School?

Kyer, kyer@p.......
Angsting if her e-mail is getting occasionally bumped into the Bermuda
Triangle.

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Date:    Wed, 28 Feb 2001 20:52:34 -0800
From:    Cloud <clouddancer@h.......>
Subject: Re: Missing in Action

> Kyer wrote:
> 1.  KnightRaven?  You still there?  What happened with the jackets?

I got my jacket and it looks excellent!

> 2.  I submitted info for the FK2000 fanfic awards days ago, but have
> yet to receive a voting i.d. number.

Maybe it *did* go to the Bermuda Triangle. ;) I got my ID within hours.

--
Cloud         <clouddancer@h.......>
Vaquera, Incarnate, Lonely Heart & closet Night Haven
http://www.geocities.com/cloudworley/Clouddancer.html

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Date:    Wed, 28 Feb 2001 22:21:59 -0700
From:    Kyer <kyer@p.......>
Subject: Re: V4S: By The Book 1-3

Somebody call Nick and see if he can't get us help from the Missing Story
Parts Department to track down Part 1.  This is truly a revolting
developement!

: (=
Kyer, kyer@p.......
I'm betting either Lacroix stole it just to be expecially annoying, or
Screed to hawk at the Las Vegas Swap Meet for major bucks or pretty shinies.

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Date:    Thu, 1 Mar 2001 01:32:09 EST
From:    KnghtWtch@a.......
Subject: Re: V4S: By The Book 1-3

In a message dated 2/28/2001 8:56:30 AM Eastern Standard Time,
webwarren@e....... writes:

<< >  Somehow I didn't get part one.  Could someone please pass it on?

 That makes three of us... I got parts 2, 3, and 4...
  >>
Well, I'm beginning to think I was  in error as well.  I too, did not get
part one or 5.  I thought it was because I was checking out my sub currency.
Glad to see it's not just me.
KnightWitch ;-]=


CaddyWhacker [first and foremost], Die Hard, Ravenette with Enforcement
tendencies.
A Unique line of Forever Knight apparel is now available at:
http://hometown.aol.com/knghtwtch/index.html .....and.....
http://home.clear.net.nz/knightraven/pages.html

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Date:    Thu, 1 Mar 2001 01:54:04 -0500
From:    "Stephanie S. Babbitt" <sbabbitt@b.......>
Subject: Re: V4S: By The Book 1-3

KC wrote:
> Also, does anyone know if Mel is updating the fkfanfic site, or has
>someone else taken it over?

Yes, Mel is still the owner and updater of the fkfanfic site.

--------------
Stephanie Babbitt (sbabbitt@b.......), Atlanta, GA
Vaquera (Because I Can), MadNatter, N&NPacker
Nobody Dies. Nobody Ever Died.

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Date:    Thu, 1 Mar 2001 02:07:07 -0500
From:    Brenda Bell <webwarren@e.......>
Subject: Re: V4S: By The Book 1-3

At 04:57 PM 2/28/2001 -0500, Gwenn wrote:

>This is the message that I received from the list manager about the virtual
>4th season list.  What am I doing wrong?  I have not received any parts.
>
> >subscribe fkv4s-l Gwenn Musicante
>You are already subscribed to the FKV4S-L list as "Gwenn Musicante".

As a reminder to those who have forgotten:

The story is posted on FKFIC-L.
Discussion occurs on FKV4S-L.

To receive story parts, you need to be subscribed to FKFIC-L, with the
topic +V4S turned on.
To join in the discussion, you need to be subscribed to FKV4S-L.


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://members.Tripod.com/~TMana/gertherng/
Visit the Fiendish Glow at http://home.earthlink.net/~webwarren/glow/

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Date:    Tue, 27 Feb 2001 12:07:25 -0500
From:    Brenda Bell <webwarren@e.......>
Subject: Re: Skin and Textiles

At 09:41 AM 2/27/2001 -0500, Valerie Kessler wrote:

>Which is one reason (keeping the tunic clean being the other) the
>chemise/sherte/shift/whatever-you-want-to-call-it was worn *under* the
>heavier garments. :-)

Was washing clothing that common in those times? One keeps hearing how
bathing was a once-a-year (or twice in a lifetime?) proposition, and I have
to wonder...

>Even more than wool, this was important for the rich brocaded and
>embroidered garments... they'd better hope none of those metallic
>threads... had any loose ends, or no undergarment would
>protect you from the poking!

Also, sweat deteriorates fabrics rather quickly. Better your sweat should
stain a relatively-easily replaceable shift of locally-grown fiber than an
ornate garment, or one whose fabric and trim might set one off a
significant proportion of one's annual salary...


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://members.Tripod.com/~TMana/gertherng/
Visit the Fiendish Glow at http://home.earthlink.net/~webwarren/glow/

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Date:    Thu, 1 Mar 2001 02:10:06 -0800
From:    Cousin Tser <horridcow@h.......>
Subject: Re: Admin: Everyone ok in Seattle?

> >I'm 160 miles south in Portland, and though we didn't feel it nearly as
> >much as Seattle did, it felt like a 4.0+ down here. I'm on the top (5th)
> >floor of a large building, and everything shook really hard -- but it was
> >short.

I'm in Portland, Oregon as well.  We definitely felt the shakes, for about
30 seconds or so.  There's very little damage this far from Olympia, though
it was felt.  Some of my relatives in the Seattle area called down to let us
know they were okay.

ChuChu, my parrot, thought it was a blast, hanging upside down and swinging
from the top of her cage.  Luckily there wasn't a mass stampede of fearful
Cousinly Critters.... ;)  I have to admit a guilty pleasure in earthsurfin'
as well... geology, earthquakes, certain pyroclastic events in the first
century AD....

Everyone's reporting different stuff (magnitude, number injured), but
http://www.king5.com/ is a Seattle station (one we got live feed from here).
There was a death -- an elderly woman who had a heart attack.  My thoughts
are with the folks whose homes are damaged and those who are injured because
of the quake.

Cousin Tserisa and the Cousinly Critters
horridcow@h....... ** AIM: CousinTserisa
Cousin,  Ratpacker 8:>X  and  CaddyWhack
FK Stuff: http://geocities.com/tserisa/
CaddyWhacks: http://velvetdragon.com/caddy/

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Date:    Thu, 1 Mar 2001 21:17:33 +1000
From:    Access1 <taliesyn@c.......>
Subject: Re: V4S: By The Book 1-3

I'm still waiting for part 1


Alexander J Braun - Taliesyn@b....... - ICQ # 12610993
"You know, I used to think it was awful that life was so unfair. Then I
thought, wouldn't it be much worse if life were fair, and all the
terrible things that happen to us come because we actually deserve them?
So, now I take great comfort in the general hostility and unfairness of
the universe". Marcus, B5



> Somebody call Nick and see if he can't get us help from the Missing Story
> Parts Department to track down Part 1.  This is truly a revolting
> developement!

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Date:    Thu, 1 Mar 2001 03:12:46 -0800
From:    Teresita Tazon <teresitatazon@n.......>
Subject: YKYBWTMFKW...

When you are researching teacher's sites (I homeschool) and you see a link
for:
    * Knight's Canadian Info Collection: *
and the description given reads:
    * Everything anyone ever wanted to know about Canada and Canadians ..
and more! Come visit.  *

I wonder if Nick has now become a teacher instead of a cop? Incidentally,
I've included the URL:  http://www.geocities.com/felixkrt/  .  I haven't
checked the site out, but maybe it'll help answer some of those fanfic
questions.

<G>,
Teresita  teresitatazon@n.......
Mi alma es Vaquera - My soul is Vaquera
Vaq Brat Extraordinaire, VWTwinner,
and last, but not least, a Troublesome T!

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Date:    Thu, 1 Mar 2001 07:06:49 -0600
From:    Kristin <kris1228@s.......>
Subject: Now, Easy to Download FK Movies!

Hi everyone!

My FK movies and music videos are now available on a fast regular server!
Many thanks to Maria for the free space. All you have to do now is click on
the clip of choice, save, and the movie is yours! :) (they are still on
MySpace too, but it's now a second resort)

Have fun downloading!
Kristin
http://knightvision.4ever.cc
"When you only have eyes for the Knight..."

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Date:    Fri, 29 Sep 2000 10:41:55 +0100
From:    Dark-Dancer <sapphicstone@y.......>
Subject: Re: Admin: Everyone ok in Seattle?

> There was a death -- an elderly woman who had a heart attack.  My thoughts
> are with the folks whose homes are damaged and those who are injured because
> of the quake.

My thoughts & prayers are also with those who've suffered through damaged
homes &injuries.

&I'm thankful that so far, the people who've replied on here are okay. I was
concerned, even though I lurk and you barely know me ;) You're all braver
than I am, I'm English, put me in a quake and I'd probably panic. :P

&much love to you all, take care.

----
!&; Jade.aka.Dark Dancer.
!&; Ravenettes; We do it with style!
!&; AIM; SapphicStone | OT-Email; Jade@m.......
!&; I'm tired of pretending. Anya is a myth, Jade is reality.

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Date:    Fri, 29 Sep 2000 11:34:20 +0100
From:    Dark-Dancer <sapphicstone@y.......>
Subject: YKYBWTMFKW...

... when you're at work, ringing up purchases through the till, and upon
seeing the total come to 12.28, and seeing the name on the credit card is
"Nick Bradant" - you immediately wonder if the cute dark-blond-haired guy in
front of you is a vampire.

----
!&; Jade.aka.Dark-Dancer.
!&; Ravenettes; We do it with style!
!&; AIM: SapphicStone, OT-Email: jade@m.......
!&; I'm tired of pretending. Anya is a myth, Jade is reality.

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Date:    Thu, 1 Mar 2001 05:28:11 -0800
From:    Lisa McDavid <cecily1349@y.......>
Subject: Re: V4S: By The Book 1-3

--- Teri DeVaughn <dehere@h.......> wrote:
>
> For the Fk fiction addicts, could "By the Book" also
> be posted to the egroup/yahoo list in its entirety?

It's fine by me. Of course, I'm a silent partner (stop
laughing, guys! <g>) as listowner there, but unless
Carla Martinek, who is the active owner objects, I
don't see why By the Book, shouldn't be posted over
there.

McLisa

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Date:    Thu, 1 Mar 2001 09:28:13 -0500
From:    Beth_Washington@a.......
Subject: RV4S Insanity

Well.....  um.....

I did not know about the 3 message per day limit.  In the past, the virtual
season posted 4 parts per day.

Then, I was out yesterday with a sick child, and well, didn't see any of your
emails.

THEN, this morning, without reading any email, I posted 4 more parts... then saw
that part 1 never made it through, and posted that again......  5 messages.

As it turns out, Part 1 just came through, but NONE of the other parts will go
through.  The list is not accepting any email right now.  I will try again at
lunch.

I will post as many parts as I can before the end of the day Friday, and will
resume posting on Monday (I am using my work account, and well, I can't access
this account from home).

Sorry for the confusion.  It's been a while.  I'm a little rusty... okay... ALOT
rusty!  Bare with me!

-Beth (completely insane)

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Date:    Thu, 1 Mar 2001 10:38:47 EST
From:    Judith Lieberman <JudithL21@a.......>
Subject: fkfanfic site

For the past 2 days, i have not been able to find any site that starts with
fkfanfic.com.  It comes up as not found.  is it me, or has any one else had
this problem, or has it disappeared.  JudyL

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Date:    Thu, 1 Mar 2001 10:49:27 -0500
From:    Valerie Kessler <valerie@w.......>
Subject: Re: FORKNI-L Digest - 27 Feb 2001 to 28 Feb 2001 (#2001-67)

> From: Kyer <kyer@p.......>
> Can somebody tell me what kind of 'top' LC was wearing in the
> flashback where he brings Nick across?

Um...a very theatrical one?  *crooked g*  Actually, I don't have a clear
mental image of it at the moment, but I vaguely recall that being one of
the fairly rare occasion when someone's clothes didn't quite look like
they belonged where they were supposed to be.

Wait...blue?  Which fback?  If you put 'em all together, I swear it
seems like everyone changed clothes 2 or 3 times in one night.  *giggle*
 And really different clothes.  I'm not making a mental connection with
the description of the outfit; if you tell me what was specifically
happening in the fback you're thinking of (the Near Death one, the
discussion of "you will live longer than in your wildest dreams", etc.),
I'll take a look at it and get back to you.

--
~:O  Valerie Meachum Kessler
valerie@w....... ~ www.wiliqueen.com
"I am bad and evil.  I should be punished.
Y'all need to send Spike to punish me."
  -- Jennie

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Date:    Thu, 1 Mar 2001 07:59:42 -0800
From:    fkforever <fkforever@y.......>
Subject: Re: fkfanfic site

<<Judith Lieberman <JudithL21@a.......> wrote: For the past 2 days, i have
not been able to find any site that starts with fkfanfic.com.  It comes up
as not found.>>

I just tried it and had the same problem.  This may mean that real life
has given Mel a break and she is updating the site.  (( IHOPE, IHOPE ))...



=====
Desiree

UFfer, UA, UT, NNpacker

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Date:    Thu, 1 Mar 2001 11:06:39 -0500
From:    Gwenn Musicante <gwennm@h.......>
Subject: Re: fkfanfic site

JudithL21@a.......  wrote;


For the past 2 days, I have not been able to find any site that starts with
fkfanfic. com.  It comes up as not found.


I checked this out, and I am having the same difficulty reaching the site
too.  Is there a a full moon or something that is causing all the hassles
with our FK fiction?

Gwenn Musicante

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Date:    Thu, 1 Mar 2001 08:15:20 -0800
From:    fkforever <fkforever@y.......>
Subject: hi

Hi everyone...  I'd just like to say I'm back.  I've been absent for the
last month due to the unexpected death of my father (age 78).  Real life
is slowly reordering itself and adjusting. I'm truly a single person for
the first time in my life, as I had been taking care of one or both
parents for the past 8 years.

For the past 2-3 years I have been lurking and lightly active in the FK
internet fandom.  It is probably one of the key factors to my ability to
deal with RL.  As much as I miss my parents...  God has given me a good
life, many good RL friends and several FKers that I hope to meet one day.

Now for true reality the world of FK.  I cannot wait for War 11, my first.
 Now I have to decide what faction... decisions decisions????!!!
<HA HA>

PS ... For those of whom I am beta reading,  I should be done within the week.

=====
Desiree

UFfer, UA, UT, NNpacker

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Date:    Thu, 1 Mar 2001 08:19:47 -0800
From:    Lisa McDavid <cecily1349@y.......>
Subject: Re: RV4S Insanity

--- Beth_Washington@a....... wrote:
>
> I will post as many parts as I can before the end of
> the day Friday, and will <snip> resume posting on
> Monday <cut>I'm a little rusty... okay... ALOT
> rusty!  Bare with me!

McLisa here, to say that we'll work something out even
if I need to post some of the parts for Beth from my
two addresses. Thanks, Beth, for writing and posting
the episode!

McLisa
listowner, Forkni-l and Fkfic-l
mclisa@m.......

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Date:    Thu, 1 Mar 2001 11:28:29 -0500
From:    STEPHANIE KELLERMAN <stephke@i.......>
Subject: Re: fkfanfic site

I did a ping on www.fkfanfic.com and it came back with a message saying
bad ip address.  That sounds bad as that usually means that the DNS
servers that keep track of the names don't have that name any more.  That
usually means it is no longer in service.  I am hoping it is just that it
has been down so long that when the DNS (domain name servers) refreshed
their info it wasn't in service and so is no longer in their list.  When
it comes back up it may get back on track. At least that is what I am
hoping.   Anyone heard from  Mel lately?

Steph
stephke@i.......


 On Thu, 1 Mar 2001, Gwenn Musicante wrote:

> JudithL21@a.......  wrote;
>
>
> For the past 2 days, I have not been able to find any site that starts with
> fkfanfic. com.  It comes up as not found.
>
>
> I checked this out, and I am having the same difficulty reaching the site
> too.  Is there a a full moon or something that is causing all the hassles
> with our FK fiction?
>
> Gwenn Musicante

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Date:    Thu, 1 Mar 2001 11:31:00 -0500
From:    Emma <elighton@b.......>
Subject: Re: fkfanfic site

>For the past 2 days, i have not been able to find any site that starts with
>fkfanfic.com.  It comes up as not found.  is it me, or has any one else had
>this problem, or has it disappeared.  JudyL

I just tried and got an error message too.
But I know it was working a couple of days ago.

--
elighton@b.......
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"Like Frankenstien, I did it my way." - Bon Jovi
http://members.tripod.com/~lostshadows/main.html

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Date:    Thu, 1 Mar 2001 11:36:51 -0500
From:    STEPHANIE KELLERMAN <stephke@i.......>
Subject: Re: fkfanfic site

I'm back.  Just to make everyone breathe a little better.  I wanted to let
everyone know that I downloaded the entire fkfanfic site on February 3.
So we haven't lost anything.

Steph

On Thu, 1 Mar 2001, Gwenn Musicante wrote:

> JudithL21@a.......  wrote;
>
>
> For the past 2 days, I have not been able to find any site that starts with
> fkfanfic. com.  It comes up as not found.
>
>
> I checked this out, and I am having the same difficulty reaching the site
> too.  Is there a a full moon or something that is causing all the hassles
> with our FK fiction?
>
> Gwenn Musicante

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Date:    Thu, 1 Mar 2001 11:33:49 -0500
From:    STEPHANIE KELLERMAN <stephke@i.......>
Subject: Re: fkfanfic site

Another thing I noted when looking at www.networksolutions.com who keeps
track of all the domain names.  When I look up fkfanfic.com it says the
record expired August of 2000.  If she doesn't watch out her domain name
will disappear if she doesn't renew it.  I hope that isn't what happened.

Steph

On Thu, 1 Mar 2001, Gwenn Musicante wrote:

> JudithL21@a.......  wrote;
>
>
> For the past 2 days, I have not been able to find any site that starts with
> fkfanfic. com.  It comes up as not found.
>
>
> I checked this out, and I am having the same difficulty reaching the site
> too.  Is there a a full moon or something that is causing all the hassles
> with our FK fiction?
>
> Gwenn Musicante

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Date:    Thu, 1 Mar 2001 09:06:37 -0800
From:    Lisa McDavid <cecily1349@y.......>
Subject: Re: RV4S Insanity

Our idiot savant listserv insists that this has been
posted before when it hasn't.  I hope this is enough
difference at the beginning to let it through. If not,
I plan to offer Screed all the list-hamsters he can
drink. :) -- McLisa

> --- Beth_Washington@a....... wrote:
> >
> > I will post as many parts as I can before the end of
> > the day Friday, and will <snip> resume posting on
> > Monday <cut>I'm a little rusty... okay... ALOT
> > rusty!  Bare with me!
>
> McLisa here, to say that we'll work something out even
> if I need to post some of the parts for Beth from my
> two addresses. Thanks, Beth, for writing and posting
> the episode!
>
> McLisa
> listowner, Forkni-l and Fkfic-l
> mclisa@m.......


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