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FORKNI-L Digest - 1 Mar 2001 to 2 Mar 2001 - Special issue (#2001-70)

Fri, 2 Mar 2001

There are 29 messages totalling 1009 lines in this issue.

Topics in this special issue:

  1. fkfanfic site (3)
  2. RV4S Insanity
  3. Skin & Textiles (5)
  4. Questions! and fanfic site
  5. Fanfic Site
  6. FK ALUMNI - VCR ALERT!!! (2)
  7. hi
  8. <No subject given>
  9. FK Fanfic does exist!
 10. Fanfic site
 11. YKYBWTMFKW...
 12. Site update
 13. Alumni-Alert
 14. War: War 7 and 8 archives
 15. Fwd: FK Site
 16. You know you've been watching too much FK ...
 17. YKYBWTMFKFFW....
 18. stephenies fanfic url
 19. Can't log on the the Virtual 4th (2)
 20. War 7 and 8 archives / War links 1-10
 21. Site up and running!

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Date:    Fri, 29 Sep 2000 22:03:33 +0100
From:    Dark-Dancer <sapphicstone@y.......>
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.


I tried accessing it yesterday /and/ the day before & IE refused to load it
up. Since my computer's being screwy at the moment, I thought it must just
be me. I guess not. I think someone really doesn't want us to be enjoying
our fic!

Has anyone got in touch with Mel?


-Jae.
/grr.

----
!&; 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 15:36:36 -0700
From:    Kyer <kyer@p.......>
Subject: Re: fkfanfic site

> I think someone really doesn't want us to be enjoying our fic!

I don't know what is meant by cache'd, but I just put my Save Internet Page
History at 30 days just in case.
If anyone is desperate for a story only found at Mel's site, I'm willing to
download and foward it on.
May take a day or two to get back since my Internet time is dependent on
other factors, but I'll do my level best.

: (=
Kyer, kyer@p.......
Cause NOBODY should be without fic.  It's a cosmic law.

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Date:    Fri, 29 Sep 2000 23:29:38 +0100
From:    Dark-Dancer <sapphicstone@y.......>
Subject: Re: fkfanfic site

> If anyone is desperate for a story only found
> at Mel's site, I'm willing to download and
> foward it on.

If I could remember the title of the story I've been swearing to read for
the past six months, I'd ask for that :) But it looks like I'll have to wait
till it's back up &I can just randomly amble around FKFic, clicking on
anything that catches my attention.

Unless someone wants to recommend/send something to me, address is in the
sig <wink/grin>

> Cause NOBODY should be without fic.  It's a cosmic law.

&absolutely!

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

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Date:    Thu, 1 Mar 2001 17:18:05 -0700
From:    Molly Schneider <smolly4@q.......>
Subject: Re: RV4S Insanity

>Bare with me!

*Bare* with you?  Oh, now, Beth, that's asking a bit much! <g>

Molly, who was a ton of emails to answer because she's been sick for a week...


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:    Thu, 1 Mar 2001 19:40:59 -0500
From:    Mary Combs <mcombs@e.......>
Subject: Re: Skin & Textiles

> Valerie Kessler wrote:
>
> evidence I've come across in recent years seems to indicate that the
> bathing was more frequent in the medieval era, and actually came to be
> regarded as unhealthy in the Renaissance.

The misunderstanding about the whole cleanliness issue started with the
Victorians, or perhaps even earlier with the "historians" of the 17th
century (they were the ones who stuck their great great grandparents with
the "Dark Ages" label). The thought apparently never crossed their minds
that their medieval ancestors might have had superior habits of personal
hygiene. Figuring that out required a less romantic and more practical
approach to history: If you want an idea of how much washing was going on,
don't look in sermons or in contemporary fiction or song. Check out
household accounts to see how much was being spent on water or the services
of laundresses, how space in the household was alotted to laundry or heating
of water for baths, or see how often people in cities complained about their
neighbors dumping bathwater out the window or how often the priest was
dishing out penances to men who had their servant girls wash them instead of
their wives.

I can't remember if it was Nick's crusade or the one before, when the camp
followers were sent away to cut down on expenses, the laundresses were
allowed to stay, because their services were essential in keeping the vermin
(lice and fleas) under control.

However, there's a big difference between "taking a bath" the way we do and
cleaning yourself thoroughly. Think of the medieval experience as being more
like the practice in Japan.... you got clean first and then, if the luxury
were available to you, you soaked in the hot water to relax. That sort of
bathing could also be a social occasion (although, judging from the
manuscript pictures, it was good etiquette to keep your hat or hennin on in
the public baths).

When Nick, LaCroix and Janette were welcomed to his mother's chateau, a bath
would have been one of the first gestures of hospitality.

Two things that put a serious dent in personal hygiene practice in the West
were the concentration of people in cities and the Black Death. Cleanliness
becomes a luxury when there isn't enough water to go around.... and washing
fell victim to the desperate need to come up with an explanation of the
plague. Bitter irony, of course, since it was fleas that were spreading the
disease.

There's a wonderful manuscript picture somewhere of a knight sitting on a
stool (with a tastefully placed cloth) being washed by a couple of smiling
maidens. Every time the topic comes up, I think that I should find it and
put "Nick's" face on it.

Mary
mcombs@e....... N&Npacker
http:\\www.erols.com\mcombs
"RL=Real Life. It's that stuff that keeps happening that gets in the way of
that other stuff."--Sue Clark

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Date:    Thu, 1 Mar 2001 17:56:54 -0700
From:    Molly Schneider <smolly4@q.......>
Subject: Re: Questions! and fanfic site

Klytaimnestra wrote:
>> Presumably it would depend on what they decided when they met their
micro-guide at the gate?  (g)<<

This came right after I was looking at my boyfriend's MAXIM and saw a crab louse
magnified, oh, 40 dozen times.   Eeeewwww!--but ROTFLMAO at the same time!


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:    Thu, 1 Mar 2001 18:07:48 -0700
From:    Molly Schneider <smolly4@q.......>
Subject: Fanfic Site

I'm having no trouble getting into, or navigating around, the site. <shrug>


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:    Thu, 1 Mar 2001 18:46:28 -0700
From:    Angela Gottfred <agottfre@t.......>
Subject: Re: Skin & Textiles

Valerie Kessler <valerie@w.......> wrote: >>Linen is seriously tough
stuff.<<

Except if you wash it with bleach! You only make _that_ mistake once...
Sorry, Listmommy, but it *was* an expensive mistake.

Your humble & (usually) obedient servant, Ligeia

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Date:    Fri, 2 Mar 2001 09:59:41 +0800
From:    Cheryl Hoffman <hoffman@p.......>
Subject: FK ALUMNI - VCR ALERT!!!

Well, this is going to be some month!!!!  First of all, the guide arrived
before the first of the month, that's quite an accomplishment.  Second, I
expect sales of blank video tapes to go thru the roof this month.  What a
selection of stuff to watch & tape.

Any of you just starting your collection have a chance to get a wonderful
selection of Nigel's work.  I've seen all but one of the movies, some you
have to wade thru lots of stuff to find him, in others he has quite a
presence.
And I'm anxious to see the 2 TV shows.

The only thing for Ger I could find is the repeats of Black Harbour on
TRIO, but everyone seems to have at least something.  This is definitely
one of the best months in a long time.  I'm anxious to add a few new tapes
to my collection.

Our assignment here in China is almost up, I'll be back in the States by
the middle of May.  More chances to watch movies, and go to conventions,
but will miss all the wonderful people, places and things here in China.

Well, better get this off to the list, and give you all a chance to go out
& buy those blank tapes.


NIGEL BENNETT:
All I Wanna Do (STRIKE)                 Starz           8,9,17,21,26,30
Between Love and Honor                  LifeMovie       11
Cagney & Lacey:View Through the
        Glass Ceiling                   LifeMovie       7,8
Chippendales Murder                     USA             23
The Crossing                            Biography       20
Darkman3, Die Darkman Die               HBO             25
Freefall                                Family          21
Her Desperate Choice                    LifeMovie       21
Love & Betrayal:Mia Farrow Story        FMC             4,5
Madonna: Innocence Lost                 FMC             4,5
Narrow Margin                           Bravo           6,7,27
One Tough Cop                           TMC             7,15
Passion and Paradise                    Mystery         8,13,30,31
Sanctuary                               Max             31
Shattered Trust:Shari Karney Story      LifeMovie       17,18,31
Soft Deceit                             Max             1/2, 13
Synapse                                 Show            22
LEXX - Fire & Water                     SciFi           5
LEXX - May                              SciFi           18
LEXX - Gametown                         SciFi           25
        In March, LEXX will be shown late Sunday/early Monday 2am till
        new episodes start in July
Relic Hunter "Cross of Voodoo"          week of March 5-10
Secret Adventures of Jules Verne
        "Black Glove of Melchizedek"    SciFi   9

GERAINT WYN DAVIES:
Black Harbour   -1st season             TRIO            3,10

CATHERINE DISHER:
Conspiracy of Silence                   LifeMovie       20,21
Earthquake in New York                  Family          4
A New Life                              StarZ           2,12,23,27
Woman on the Run:Lawrencia
        Bembenek Story                  LifeMovie       3,4
Friday, 13th:The Series:
        Double Exposure                 SciFi           29

JOHN KAPELOS:
And the Sea Will Tell                   LifeMovie       22,23
Breakfast Club                          TNT             31
Deep End of the Ocean                   HBO-Family      4,9,13,29
                                        HBO-P           1,17,23
Johnny Skidmarks                        Max             3
Man Trouble                             FMC             28,29
Nothing in Common                       Family          10
Onassis                                 True            9,10,15,19,25,31
Tootsie                                 HBO             2,6,10,15,21,25
Vibes                                   MoMax           7,19
Young Hearts Unlimited                  Disney          6,26

DEBORAH DUCHENE:
Kung Fu: TLC "Chill Ride"               TNT             2

LISA RYDER:
Blackheart                              HBOP            21,26
Andromeda                               Check your local stations

BEN BASS:
Bride of Chucky                         Starz           2,8,14,18,21
Killer Among Friends                    LifeMovie       6,7,25,26
Murder in a Small Town                  A&E             11
                                        Biography       10

GARY FARMER:
Blown Away                              Show-EX         4,9,22,28
Ed & His Dead Mother                    Max             5,13,21
Henry & Verlin                          TRIO            19

NATUSKO OHAMA:
Skin Deep                               Love            6,17,22,30

GREG KRAMER:
John Woo's Once a Thief:
        Brother Against Brother         USA             14
        Family Business                 USA             12

SANDI ROSS:
Bone Daddy                              MoMax           12
Cagney & Lacey:True Convictions         LifeMovie       8,9
Down in the Delta                       TMC             4,9,19,24,29

COLM FEORE:
Airborne                                Disney          22
Critical Care                           Comedy          1
                                        HBO             24,29
The Insider                             StarZ           1
The Lesser Evil                         Max             8,14,26,
                                        Show            1,17
                                        Love            4,10,26
Night Sins                              TNT             19,20
The Red Violin                          Max             8


CHRISTINA COX:
Better Than Chocolate                   MoMax           10
No One Could Protect Her                Lifetime        9

BRENDA BAZINET:
Bonds of Love                           Love            4,9,19,20,24,29
Echoes in the Darkness                  Lifetime        4
White Lies                              TRIO            6

DAVID HEMBLEN:
Booty Call                              Comedy          11
The Defenders:Choice of Evils           TBS             15
Judgement Day:Ellie Nesler Story        USA             17
The Sweet Hereafter                     IFC             4,5,22,23

GEORDIE JOHNSON:
Change of Place                         Women's Ent.    12

CLAIRE RANKIN:
Escape Clause                           Show-EX         22,31

CYNTHIA BELLIVEAU, CEDRIC SMITH:
Million Dollar Babies                   Lifetime        14

NICOLE DE BOER:
My Date with the President's
        Daughter                        Disney          29
Nat'l Lampoon's Senior Trip             USA             10
Family Pictures                         Lifetime        16
  (w/ Tori Higginson & Maria Del Mar)

MAURICE DEAN WINT:
Rude                                    BETM            2,8,13,17,23,28

DAMON D'OLIVIERA:
Short Circuit 2                         Flix            3,16,21,22,29
Trial by Jury                           TBS             19,20

EARL PASTKO:
The Sweet Hereafter                     IFC             4,5,22,23

MARIA DEL MAR:
Unlikely Angel                          LifeMovie       5

BARCLAY HOPE:
Friday, 13th:The Series:
        The Inheritance                 SciFi           7
        Root of All Evil                SciFi           20

JON CASSAR: (Director)
Assault on Devil's Island               TNT             26


Cheryl Hoffman, NA (& I ain't changin' it), Cousin, NBN, GWDFC,  G4
"My, my... we are in a mood tonight.." -LaCroix
hoffman@p.......                            dayabaygal@y.......
Dapeng, Shenzhen, CHINA            AIM:  DayaBayGal     ICQ:  30464256

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Date:    Thu, 1 Mar 2001 21:51:37 EST
From:    Libratsie@a.......
Subject: Re: FK ALUMNI - VCR ALERT!!!

In a message dated 3/1/01 8:01:54 PM Central Standard Time,
hoffman@p....... writes:

> GREG KRAMER:
>  John Woo's Once a Thief:
>          Brother Against Brother USA             14
>          Family Business         USA             12
Just wanted to add that Julian Richings, who was in AMPH, is also in the
above episodes as Greg's partner...

<snip>
>  The Red Violin                  Max             8
And Julian is in the above EXCELLENT movie as well! Wonderful! Not to be
missed!

(Okay, it is my favorite movie... but deservedly so)

--Libs
greg kramer fan klub

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Date:    Thu, 1 Mar 2001 20:08:35 -0700
From:    Molly Schneider <smolly4@q.......>
Subject: Re: hi

My sympathies to you, Desiree, I know how you feel.


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:    Thu, 1 Mar 2001 21:29:17 -0700
From:    Molly Schneider <smolly4@q.......>
Subject: <No subject given>

Whoa, Nellie...I went back to take another look and the site I'm viewing says
it was updated in March of 2000. But it *isn't* cached on my hard drive! I
don't understand this at all...



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:    Thu, 1 Mar 2001 20:46:05 -0800
From:    Emily Hanson <emilymhanson@y.......>
Subject: FK Fanfic does exist!

I finally got there with Netscape!  A DNS error message box
came up at first, I clicked ok, tried to reload the site
again and it came up!  Yay!  Tried using Netscape instead
of Explorer just for the heck of it.

Emily

=====
Emily M. Hanson
Visit my homepage at http://www.starbase-eprime.com
Fanfic - http://www.geocities.com/hansone.geo/myfanfic.html
Message Board - http://wwwboard.net/bbs1/emilyh/wwwboard.sht

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Date:    Thu, 1 Mar 2001 20:49:27 -0800
From:    Emily Hanson <emilymhanson@y.......>
Subject: Fanfic site

If anyone wants a story, I am also willing to e-mail it, if
the site stays up.

Emily

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Date:    Thu, 1 Mar 2001 13:56:46 -0500
From:    Jeannie Ecklund <gersknightlady@c.......>
Subject: Re: 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.


This is very interesting, my question was it night or day time:)=

Gersknightlady-Jeannie

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Date:    Thu, 1 Mar 2001 21:07:19 -0800
From:    Emily Hanson <emilymhanson@y.......>
Subject: Site update

The site hasn't been updated since then, I don't think.
Emily

--- Molly Schneider <smolly4@q.......> wrote:
> Whoa, Nellie...I went back to take another look and the
> site I'm viewing says it was updated
> in March of 2000. But it *isn't* cached on my hard drive!
> I don't understand this at all...
>

=====
Emily M. Hanson
Visit my homepage at http://www.starbase-eprime.com
Fanfic - http://www.geocities.com/hansone.geo/myfanfic.html
Message Board - http://wwwboard.net/bbs1/emilyh/wwwboard.sht

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Date:    Fri, 2 Mar 2001 03:41:12 EST
From:    MRKKaye@a.......
Subject: Alumni-Alert

Barclay Hope (Only the Lonely) can now be seen in a Citibank/AAdvantage
credit card commercial. Just caught it on CourtTV.

M.Kaye

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Date:    Fri, 2 Mar 2001 06:37:46 -0600
From:    "Carla M." <copper6500@y.......>
Subject: Re: War: War 7 and 8 archives

Pat:

If you can compile them into one or more documents, I'll post them up to the
fkfic site on yahoogroups.

That can work in the interim until they join the rest of the War Archives.

-Carla



Pat Witham wrote:

> I'm not sure whether to post this under the War topic or
> not, but there have been requests about where to find the
> archives for wars 7-8. I have all of them (mostly) stored in
> my email folders. I don't have a website so can't put them
> online and I have no idea how to get them to someone who
> might like to archive them (there are more than 1700 posts),
> but if anyone wants to work with me, I sure would like to
> see them made available to everyone somehow.

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Date:    Fri, 2 Mar 2001 05:48:23 -0800
From:    Lisa McDavid <cecily1349@y.......>
Subject: Fwd: FK Site

Forwarding for Steph, who was over her post limit.
>
> Here is a URL to get to Mel's site I downloaded.
> NOW!! You will NOT be able to
> get to it all the time because it is on a web site I
> am running on my PC and my
> pc goes up and down. I do have ADSL so it does not
> have a modem.  I have a
> continuous connection to the internet.  It will only
> go down when I decide it
> needs a rest.   That does not mean it has
> disappeared.  It is still here on my
> pc and also I have copied it to a cd.  I will look
> for a permanent site if Mel's
> site does not come back up.
>
> Also, some of the links will not work since they
> require a password to an
> account she started.  For instance the poll does not
> work.  But all the fiction,
> and most everything else is there.
>
> http://216.78.198.242/fkfanfic/index.htm
>
> You HAVE to use the ip address( that is the name of
> the number you see at the
> beginning).  It won't work under a name.
>
> This is just a temporary fix for right now.
>
> --
> Steph
> stephke@i.......
> ftp://ftp.win.net/winnet/fkvoyage/fkfanfic/
> http://www.richardbasehart.com
> "The sea..where each man, as in a mirror, finds
> himself", Richard Basehart as
> Ishmael
> "If you obey all the rules, you miss all the fun."
> Katherine Hepburn

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Date:    Fri, 2 Mar 2001 09:01:19 EST
From:    Marel Darby <Frostsaint2@a.......>
Subject: Re: Skin & Textiles

>  don't look in sermons or in contemporary fiction or song. Check out
>  household accounts to see how much was being spent on water or the services
>  of laundresses, how space in the household was alotted to laundry or heating
>  of water for baths

There's the famous comment about Elizabeth I, that she had a bath once a
month, '-- whether she needed it or not.' <g> In medieval times the middle and
upper classes may have had better standards of hygiene than they are usually
given credit for, but most of the poor were probably in a worse case than we
can imagine ...even up to and including Victorian times. In 19th century London
 --then the richest city of the richest country on earth-- the residents of the
deprived areas, like Whitechapel (site of the Ripper murders) would live four
families to a room, and open sewers ran along the streets. Conditions in
over-crowded filthy towns were so unhealthy that over the centuries the
average height of the urban poor decreased, until in Victorian London they
were several inches shorter than that of their Dark Age ancestors.

Marel

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Date:    Fri, 2 Mar 2001 06:06:51 -0800
From:    Lisa McDavid <cecily1349@y.......>
Subject: You know you've been watching too much FK ...

When the Girl Scout and her mother who are delivering
your cookie order get it mixed up with one belonging
to a Ms. Debrabant a few streets away. You
automatically imagine that Janette wasn't a vampire
again after all, reclaimed the boy and moved to
Indianapolis. :)

McLisa

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Date:    Fri, 2 Mar 2001 07:41:27 -0700
From:    Molly Schneider <smolly4@q.......>
Subject: Re: Skin & Textiles

Marel wrote:
>><snippety>Conditions in over-crowded filthy towns were so unhealthy that over
the centuries the average height of the urban poor decreased, until in Victorian
London they were several inches shorter than that of their Dark Age ancestors.<<

Not to mention bow-legged from rickets, scurvilous, lousy, and suffering from a
host of nutrition and hygiene-related maladies.  Aside from that, though:  what
was the average height of a man in Nick's era?  I seem to recall that the average
height during most of the Roman Empire was something like 5'5" to 5'7".


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:    Fri, 2 Mar 2001 07:18:09 -0800
From:    "K. C. Smith" <tigrlady2u@j.......>
Subject: YKYBWTMFKFFW....

 You Know You've Been Writing Too Much FK FanFic When...

 Talk about freaky!!!  I get a trivia Q&A in my email everyday and guess
what today's was?!
 Take a look at this:

    Q: Why do we call unrealistic ideas pipe dreams?

    A: Because only drips and plumbers have them? Hardly.

To understand the origins of the expression, imagine that in
the 1960s a similar phrase likened unrealistic ideas to the
kind of distorted thinking engendered by using LSD. The drug
was often supplied on a sugar cube, so unrealistic ideas
could have been called "sugar cube fantasies."

The 19th century equivalent of LSD was the hallucinogenic drug
opium, imported into Europe from Asia. It was widely used in
certain literary circles in Britain. Opium was smoked in a
pipe and once under the influence, people had strange
visions. But they were only pipe dreams.

(Source: WHY YOU SAY IT by Webb Garrison)

 I had NO idea!!!
 I found the saying in an online thesaurus and thought it would make a
cool title.

KC Smith
tigrlady2u@j.......
Nick/Natpacker with Dark Knightie tendencies.
"I've never met a chocolate I didn't like."

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Date:    Fri, 2 Mar 2001 10:13:35 EST
From:    Judith Lieberman <JudithL21@a.......>
Subject: stephenies fanfic url

I just tried Steph's new address for the fk archives, and it worked!  Just be
careful to put in all the dots between numbers.  1st time I missed one.  Bless
you Stephenie.  If I can get it, anyone can, since I am probably the worst one
around when it comes to computers   JudyL

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Date:    Fri, 2 Mar 2001 10:17:07 EST
From:    Judith Lieberman <JudithL21@a.......>
Subject: Re: Skin & Textiles

I remember when reading the Hornblower series  how shocked his crew would
be when he insisted on taking "shower baths" every day on deck.  This was
during Napolianic Wars in early 18th century.  JudyL

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Date:    Fri, 2 Mar 2001 10:17:35 EST
From:    NJG52@a.......
Subject: Can't log on the the Virtual 4th

I've heard that there is finally a new episode for the Virtual 4th season,
but every time I try to log on to that site or Mel's fanfic site, I get a
site not found message.  Does anyone know what is going on?

Nancy
(I just scan the digest so I'm not up with the finer points of what is going
on.)

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Date:    Fri, 2 Mar 2001 10:42:39 EST
From:    Dolpfin220@a.......
Subject: Re: Can't log on the the Virtual 4th

In a message dated 3/2/2001 7:19:09 AM Pacific Standard Time, NJG52@a.......
writes:


> I've heard that there is finally a new episode for the Virtual 4th season,
> but every time I try to log on to that site or Mel's fanfic site, I get a
> site not found message.  Does anyone know what is going on?
>

I forwarded the posts on to her....

Janet

The secret of life is honesty and fair dealing. If you can fake that,
you've got it made. -Groucho Marx

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Date:    Fri, 2 Mar 2001 16:51:59 +0100
From:    Cloudrider Siri <cloudrider99@y.......>
Subject: Re: War 7 and 8 archives / War links 1-10

War 8 is on fkfanfic. War 7 was on a site too, but seems to be gone???
In any case, if Callalily still has the pages in a file somewhere, it may not
be necessary to put all the posts together again, but someone would have
to ask her and check it out.

Big Thank You to Steph! You do an awesome job, and whenever someone
has trouble with the web you're there to help.

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Wars 1 - 4:
http://www.fkfanfic.com/fanfic/wars.htm
http://216.78.198.242/fkfanfic/fanfic/wars.htm

War 5:
http://www-personal.umich.edu/~weyrbrat/war5/

War 6: was skipped

   War 7 was on Callalily's page, she seems to have deleted or moved it???
   http://users.lanminds.com/~callalily/forever_knight/fkwar7.html

War 8:
http://www.fkfanfic.com/war/war8/index.htm
http://216.78.198.242/fkfanfic/war/war8/index.htm

War 9 and Susan Garrett's War Tutorial:
http://www.geocities.com/Athens/7139/war9ldrs.htm

War 10:
http://www.geocities.com/TelevisionCity/Lot/9686/index.html


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Btw, there's a search engine that keeps copies of most sites on their server.
When a site doesn't work temporarily or disappears for good, you can still
check it out at www.google.com. I find it very handy, and quick too. But works
no longer than a few weeks, and further links must be copied and pasted into the
browser address line manually. Example
http://www.google.com/search?q=cache:www.fkfanfic.com/war/war8/list.htm


CloudRider    Knightie forever
http://fknet.freehosting.net/

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Date:    Fri, 2 Mar 2001 14:02:19 EST
From:    Enid Rodriguez <LadyEnid512@a.......>
Subject: Site up and running!

Sorry if this is a dupe!

My GWD is up and running!  If you want to take a look, here the addie

http://ladyenid.tripod.com

It's still small, but I hope to expand.  My monthly GWD sound page is updated!

Lady Enid (Enid Rodriguez)
--
LadyEnid512@a.......

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