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FORKNI-L Digest - 23 Sep 2001 to 24 Sep 2001 - Special issue (#2001-288)

Mon, 24 Sep 2001


There are 36 messages totalling 1025 lines in this issue.

Topics in this special issue:

  1. Character Themes (11)
  2. Ger film on now
  3. Anyone in Richmond? Virginia?
  4. New Question (7)
  5. Change of addy
  6. Dates?
  7. new question (3)
  8. Re Character themes (2)
  9. Delurking.................... (7)
 10. Lisa Ryder
 11. Why Divia waited 20 years

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Date:    Fri, 1 Jan 1904 00:11:45 -0400
From:    Emma <elighton@b.......>
Subject: Re: Character Themes

Nichole asked:

>What would happen if we decide to place a theme song with the characters
>of FK?  (Instresting thought, indeed!!!)

Hmmm...Vachon - "I'm Too Sexy" by Right Said Fred.
Drawing a blank for everyone else.

>"Down Poison""Real World""Busted""Loser""Live LikeThat""I Think of You"
Just curious, who are these songs by?
I know of songs titled "Real World" (Queensr˙che) and Loser (Bleck)
but I've never heard of any of the others.
--
elighton@b.......
Vaquera * DPheretic * T+Vpack * FKMac-er Head mouse clicker
Survivor of Wars 9-11
"Ecce Macdonaldus Senex, qui fundum habet. E-I-E-I-O."-Grunt
http://members.tripod.com/~lostshadows/main.html

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Date:    Sun, 23 Sep 2001 16:13:39 -0400
From:    Mary Combs <mcombs@e.......>
Subject: Ger film on now

If you are in the D.C. area, Ger's comedy "Bury Me in Niagara" started on
Channel 7 (WJLA-TV) at 4 p.m.

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:    Sat, 4 Sep 1982 09:44:10 -0400
From:    Emily Lacey <laceye@a.......>
Subject: Anyone in Richmond? Virginia?

>We're about to start heading back. The rule is that posts have to be related
>to FK. This includes FK fans, even if they're not members of the list..

OK. I'm in Richmond, Virginia on vacation for a couple of days, and
wonder if there are any FK people here. I'd love some advice on what
to do, where to eat and such...

On Wednesday we depart for Williamsburg, so if anyone is there, I'd
welcome some advice there as well.
--
Emily Lacey
laceye@a.......

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Date:    Sun, 23 Sep 2001 16:50:42 -0500
From:    "Nancy E. Kaminski" <nancykam@m.......>
Subject: Re: New Question

> Tracey Rayner wrote:

> "If Nick became mortal and asked you to act as a guide to the
> 'mortal' world for him on his first day what experiences/places would you
> introduce him to?"

Fun question! I think we'd spend the day outside. I would hope for a sparkling
early fall day. We would walk here and there through the city---the sidewalk
markets of Chinatown, the business district, a quiet neighborhood. I'd treat him
to a lunch of warm, crusty bread, fresh strawberries, cheese, and white wine.
I'd want him to see things he hadn't in those eight hundred years---flowers in
all their bright colors, the sun shining on Toronto's beautiful buildings, the
vitality of a city going about its daily business. Nothing complicated, just
enjoying the day. We'd finish it up by watching the sun set over the skyline.
We'd finish off the day with a homecooked meal, something simple like a salad
and a steak.

Nancy Kaminski
nancykam@m.......

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Date:    Sun, 23 Sep 2001 13:08:08 -0700
From:    StormBorn <stormborn1@m.......>
Subject: Change of addy

My old addy, smolly4@q....... , has been discontinued.  My new addy is
stormborn1@m....... .

If I'm in your address book, please make the change. :)

Thanks.

Molly/StormBorn
Cousin, Seducer, Ravenette, Dark Trinity, FKPagan, Lacroixsforum
Abnormally fond of dead guys
stormborn1@m.......
http://stormborn.tripod.com/


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Date:    Sun, 23 Sep 2001 14:19:59 -0700
From:    StormBorn <stormborn1@m.......>
Subject: Re: New Question

Portia wrote:
>>Just taking his once-mortal palate into consideration, it would all be
very different from what he was once used to.  Maybe he would even hate
chocolate, and would prefer honey-flavored sweets?  That's hard to be
believe, though.... "g"<<

Not so hard to believe for me.  Honestly, if chocolate disappeared from the
face of the earth, I wouldn't care.  I mean, I'll eat the stuff
occasionally, but I *prefer* fruit-, honey-, or caramel-flavored sweets.

Also, his mortal body wasn't acclimated to caffeine.  Coffee, chocolate,
tea, and most sodas would probably have negative effects on him.

Ice cream, I think, would be a treat for Nick, because of the novelty of the
sensation and the many varieties available.  Many he'd enjoy the many
varieties of fruit that weren't available in his time/place: mangoes,
papayas, guavas, pineapples, etc.

Potatoes!  Tomatoes! Corn!  I'm positive Nick would enjoy these New World
delicacies. :)  How about taking Nick on a clambake?

As for taking Nick on a tour...  OK, I'm biased, but I'd find a good vantage
point from which to watch the many changing shades of an Arizona desert
mountain throughout the day.  Oh--and a *day* baseball game!

Molly/StormBorn
Cousin, Seducer, Ravenette, Dark Trinity, LaCroix's Forum, FKPagan,
Caddywhacker, FoRP-in-denial, Kai Estrogen Brigade
Abnormally fond of Dead Guys
stormborn1@m....... - http://stormborn.tripod.com/


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Date:    Sun, 23 Sep 2001 18:36:47 -0400
From:    Mary Combs <mcombs@e.......>
Subject: Re: New Question

Molly wrote:
> Also, his mortal body wasn't acclimated to caffeine.  Coffee, chocolate,
> tea, and most sodas would probably have negative effects on him.

True, he would probably have trouble with getting hyper (a more Ger-like
Nick?) and might even have heart palpitations.

Or he might turn out to be one of those people (whom I envy greatly) who can
drink large quantities of coffee late at night and sleep soundly.

Someone wrote a nice little fan fic about Nick's becoming a coffee-addict
after becoming mortal, but I can't remember what it was called.

> Maybe he'd enjoy the many
> varieties of fruit that weren't available in his time/place: mangoes,
> papayas, guavas, pineapples, etc.

Alongside the fruit or ice cream, for something nostalgic and familiar, I'd
serve him the best almond macaroons I could find. Almonds were a staple in
medieval cooking.

And, at least once, he would have to try Jello(tm)

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:    Sun, 23 Sep 2001 19:01:34 -0400
From:    Bonnie Rutledge <llamababe@c.......>
Subject: Re: Character Themes

Nichole asked:

<snip>What would happen if we decide to place a theme song with the characters
>of FK?  (Instresting thought, indeed!!!)<snip>

Well, looking at my current playlist...

Nick....'Side' by Travis might be nice or 'Vampire Blues' by Mercury Rev or 'It
Only Hurts When I Cry' by Dwight Yokum

Vachon...'Slack' by Turin Brakes or 'A Little Less Conversation' by Elvis
Presley Or 'Very Little Daylight' by Dave Navarro (Cute Spaniard With A
Guitar!)

Screed...'Good Rats' by Dropkick Murpheys or 'I Think I Smell A Rat' by The
White Stripes

Nick & Nat...'Something Changed' by Pulp or 'Dover Beach' by The Bangles

Nick/LaCroix...'Let Me Hold It Open' by Cowboy Mouth or 'Cruel To Be Kind' by
Nick Lowe

Nat...'He Don't Know You' by Cowboy Mouth

Janette...'History Repeating' by The Propellerheads feat. Shirley Bassey, 'Le
Bel Age' or 'We Live For Love' by Pat Benatar, or 'Kiss Them For Me' or 'Dazzle'
by Siouxsie & The Banshees

Schanke...'Nessun Dorma' by Puccini

Divia...'No Good, No More' by Eleni Mandell

Tracy...'Diagonal Girl' by Mint Royale (anything by Mint Royale = perky
techno!), 'Kung Fu (Jackie Chan)' by Ash (she could pistol whip bad guys to
the drum solo!), or if we're going v. dark, 'Rebel Girl' by Bikini Kill

Tracy & Vachon...'Can't Change Me' by Chris Cornell or 'Girlfriend in a Coma'
by The Smiths

Urs...'She's A Star' by James

LaCroix...'This Is A Broadcast' by The Dears (okay, the only thing remotely
LaCroix about it is the title, but I LOVE THIS SONG!!!!!)

<waves>

************************************************************************
Bonnie Rutledge<<-----------------------------Omnifemale Llama!
The Touch The Feel Of Cotton...llamababe@c.......

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Date:    Sun, 23 Sep 2001 16:33:16 -0700
From:    StormBorn <stormborn1@m.......>
Subject: Re: Character Themes

Bonnie R. wrote:
>> Nick/LaCroix...'Let Me Hold It Open' by Cowboy Mouth or 'Cruel To Be
Kind' by Nick Lowe<<

Well, if we're doing relationships, then I think  for Nick/LaCroix either
"Heartache" by Gene Loves Jezebel ("You're my guilty secret/not just a
memory/you're all I ever wanted/and you belong to me/So listen now my
angel/This love for you can't stop/and if we come to differences/love must
surely spark/...") or "Possession" by Sarah McLachlan

Molly/StormBorn


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Date:    Sun, 23 Sep 2001 16:53:08 -0700
From:    StormBorn <stormborn1@m.......>
Subject: Re: New Question

Mary Combs wrote:
>> Or he might turn out to be one of those people (whom I envy greatly) who
can drink large quantities of coffee late at night and sleep soundly.<<

That's me, but then I've been drinking tea since I was a very small child
(Russian mother, you know) and coffee for more than twenty years.

>>Alongside the fruit or ice cream, for something nostalgic and familiar,
I'd serve him the best almond macaroons I could find. Almonds were a staple
in medieval cooking.<<

Yummy!  I love almonds, and almond macaroons.  How about gingerbread, gilded
in the medieval/Renaissance style?  Anyone else have the feeling that under
our ministrations, Nick would soon weigh about 300 pounds?! <g>

BTW, for our medievalists--what the heck *is* frumenty?

Molly/StormBorn
Cousin, Seducer, Ravenette, Dark Trinity, FKPagan, LaCroix's Forum,
Caddywhacker, FoRP-in-denial
Kai Estrogen Brigade
Abnormally Fond of Dead Guys
stormborn1@m....... - http://stormborn.tripod.com/


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Date:    Sun, 23 Sep 2001 16:41:44 -0700
From:    Ith <ithildin@o.......>
Subject: Dates?

In amongst all my revision fic stuff, I'm trying to straighten out my
series time line. A lot of my FK dates I sort guessed at.

Does anyone have some real idea of when certain events took place in the FK
universe? Particularly, when Janette left Toronto, 'Ashes to Ashes', and
'Last Knight'.

I appreciate any help I can get :)

Oh, and I did another major revision of one of the older stories yesterday
and it's up on the archive: http://www.ondragonswing.com/tales/pretwi.htm

Thanks again!

  -=- Denise = ithildin@o....... = http://ondragonswing.com
  -=- Vampires, Floth demons.... Do you know what is
  -=- really, really evil? Tequila. ~ Cordelia ~ 'Angel'
  -=- Bloodties Repository http://ondragonswing.com/tales/bloodties.htm
  -=- Star Trek:The First Generation http://groups.yahoo.com/group/ST_FirstGen

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Date:    Sun, 23 Sep 2001 20:52:13 -0400
From:    Mary Combs <mcombs@e.......>
Subject: Re: New Question

Molly asked:
>
> BTW, for our medievalists--what the heck *is* frumenty?

Frumenty is wheat-berry (hulled wheat) porridge, made with milk for fast
days or meat broth on meat days. Sweetened with sugar, it was a considered a
good food for people who were ailing, but it was also served as a regular
side dish, notably with venison, boar and other game. It could be colored
with saffron and flavored with ginger root.

"Le Menagier de Paris" (a Parisian householder who in the late 1400s wrote a
manual of detailed instructions for his young wife) recommended "a livre of
hulled wheat for 10 platefuls" and using "100 egg yolks for each 2 gallons
of milk."

A modern recipe (for a much smaller crowd) calls for about 1 cup of wheat
berries to 4 cups of chicken broth (or milk), 2 egg yolks and a 1/4 tsp.
ground ginger.

Portia wrote:

> I suspect he would like his meat to be rather "gamey" and he would
> probably long for a good, home-brewed ale.  You know, I suspect
> he might be off wine for a while....

I can see him going off red, at least. Picture Nick firmly insisting on
white wine with his roast beef.
Any experts in the beer/ale field know of a modern boutique brew they think
Nick would like?

Mary

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Date:    Sun, 23 Sep 2001 14:51:40 -0700
From:    StormBorn <stormborn1@m.......>
Subject: Re: Character Themes

LaCroix:
Shark Walk, by Shriekback ("Here comes a man now, everybody hide/He do the
Shark Walk/He says he's not guilty, but you decide/He do the Shark Walk/..."

Janette:
Black Magic Woman, by Santana

Nick:
The Impossible Dream, from Man of La Mancha -or- Corrosion, by Sisters of
Mercy

Screed:
Lovely Bunch o' Coconuts, I've Got Sixpence, or some other silly British
vaudeville song

Tracey:
Hit Me with Your Best Shot, by Pat Benatar -or- Cherry Bomb, by the Runaways

Schanke:
The Wanderer, by Dion and the Belmonts -or- the Too Fat Polka

That's all I can think of for now.

Molly/StormBorn


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Date:    Sun, 23 Sep 2001 18:37:49 -0700
From:    Liz the Lucky <luckyliz@m.......>
Subject: Re: New Question

I'm surprised nobody's given the obvious answer here.

<<Picture, Nick and Nat, walking down the street, holding hands and
acting all goofy-in-love>>

Off-screen interviewer: Nicholas de Brabant, you've just become mortal
after 800 years. What are you going to do now?

<<Nick and Nat look at each other, then the camera.>>

Nick and Nat: We're going to Disneyland!

<g,d,rlh>

Hugs and Kisses,
Liz the Lucky
luckyliz@m.......     http://www.mindspring.com/~luckyliz
Who is Will? And why is everyone firing at him?

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Date:    Sun, 23 Sep 2001 21:47:06 -0400
From:    Bonnie Rutledge <llamababe@c.......>
Subject: Re: Character Themes

Molly wrote:
<snip>Tracy:
Hit Me with Your Best Shot, by Pat Benatar -or- Cherry Bomb, by the
Runaways<snip>

Oooh! Hello Daddy! Hello Mom! Ch-Ch-Ch-Ch-Ch-Cherry Bomb!
Yeah! Cherry Bomb! I liked it when JJ did it again with the Blackhearts and had
the vocal track, though.

<waves>

************************************************************************
Bonnie Rutledge<<-----------------------------Omnifemale Llama!
The Touch The Feel Of Cotton... llamababe@c.......

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Date:    Sun, 23 Sep 2001 21:27:36 -0500
From:    SAMI THOMPSON <angels2@f.......>
Subject: Re: new question

Tracey Rayner wrote:
> "If Nick became mortal <snip> what experiences/places
> would you introduce him to?"

(1) sunblock {I have to wear 45+, he might as well, too.}
(2) cheesecake and really good coffee
(3) baby-snuggling
(4) ice cream brownie-nut sundaes
(5) I think he already knows about sex, don't you?
(6) a trip to Disneyland {with plenty of cotton candy}
(7) he should enjoy at least one roadside snake farm


What else could he ask for?


Sami

*********
Sami Swan Thompson
angels2@f.......
http://www.geocities.com/samiswan/index.html

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Date:    Mon, 24 Sep 2001 08:47:25 -0500
From:    Nichole A Knight <cdisiere@j.......>
Subject: Re: Character Themes

3 Doors Down-"Down Poison", "Loser", and "Live Like That"
matchbox20-"Real World" and "Busted"
Collin Raye-"I Think of You"

If you wish to have the lyrics, let me know off line.  I could send them
to you.

Nichole



On Fri, 1 Jan 1904 00:11:45 -0400 Emma <elighton@b.......> writes:
> Nichole asked:
>
> >What would happen if we decide to place a theme song with the characters
> >of FK?  (Instresting thought, indeed!!!)
>
> Hmmm...Vachon - "I'm Too Sexy" by Right Said Fred.
> Drawing a blank for everyone else.
>
> >"Down Poison""Real World""Busted""Loser""Live LikeThat""I Think of You"
> Just curious, who are these songs by?
> I know of songs titled "Real World" (Queensr˙che) and Loser (Bleck)
> but I've never heard of any of the others.
> --
> elighton@b.......
> Vaquera * DPheretic * T+Vpack * FKMac-er Head mouse clicker
> Survivor of Wars 9-11
> "Ecce Macdonaldus Senex, qui fundum habet. E-I-E-I-O."-Grunt
> http://members.tripod.com/~lostshadows/main.html

"I am what I am, and I don't think Betty Ford takes vampires!"
               ~Detective Nick Knight/Nicholas de Brabant "Forever Knight"


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Date:    Mon, 24 Sep 2001 08:31:41 -0500
From:    Tim Phillips <Timp@d.......>
Subject: Re: Character Themes

Date sent:              Sat, 22 Sep 2001 15:37:02 -0500
Send reply to:          Forever Knight TV show <FORKNI-L@l.......>
From:                   Nichole A Knight <cdisiere@j.......>
Subject:                Character Themes
To:                     FORKNI-L@l.......

> What would happen if we decide to place a theme song with the characters
> of FK?  (Instresting thought, indeed!!!)

There is only one character that I have a specific theme-song for.

I can't hear INXS's "Suicide Blonde" without thinking of a Dark Perk
version of Tracy.

Don Henley's "Sunset Grille" always makes me think of a
Carribean club on the beach at early twilight, all our vampire friends
arising from their slumbers and gathering together in warm
friendship to break fast together.

                Tim

 Tim Phillips
 timp@d.......

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Date:    Mon, 24 Sep 2001 10:07:41 -0400
From:    knightfangs <knightfangs@h.......>
Subject: Re: new question

----- Original Message -----
From: <Libratsie@a.......>
> But doesn't Nick already KNOW how to ride??? We see him several times, even
> as a vampire riding so I'm afraid he'd have a lot more experience than any of
> us - even in daylight riding considering his mortal days.


I don't know about you, but when I haven't gone horseback riding in months or a
year, I just can't wait to get back in the saddle.  And even though I just went
last month, it was a trail through a wooded area.  Next time I want to go on a
beach since I haven't done that in a couple of years.  Then there's also riding
in the snow.  That's been many years (since last I did that).

You see each time is different and since Nick hasn't ridden in, oh...about 800
years or so in daylight, I think he'd enjoy it very much.

Grace

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Date:    Tue, 25 Sep 2001 02:13:19 +1200
From:    Tracey Rayner <trayner@p.......>
Subject: Re Character themes

Well I'm not so good at picking themes, but whenever I hear "a boat on the
sea" by Kristin Vigard, I always think hmmm .... that woud be a good song
for Natalie, and start formulating a potential fanfic around it.  Especially
the line
"I remember when I met him he blew in like the wind, no one was more
beautiful or dangerous than him.  He blew through my soul like ..." well you
get the picture :)

later
Trace
_________________________
"I am what I am, and I don't think Betty Ford takes Forever Knight addicts"
http://homepages.paradise.net.nz/trayner/FKsite2.html
trayner@p.......

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Date:    Mon, 24 Sep 2001 10:18:05 -0400
From:    knightfangs <knightfangs@h.......>
Subject: Re: New Question

> Chocolate was also unknown in Nick's mortal days. Nat should take him to a
> Laura Secord's to celebrate. Yes, I know about Laura Secord chocolates. Not
> for nothing do I have chocoholic friends in Canada.
>
> McLisa (Lisa McDavid)

Hey, what about Godiva?!  Talk about mixing your metaphors!  You could eat real
good chocolate with Nick and also go horseback riding.  (Too bad I'm not 50
pounds lighter and my hair isn't past my shoulders yet). <EG>

Grace

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Date:    Mon, 24 Sep 2001 10:20:58 -0400
From:    knightfangs <knightfangs@h.......>
Subject: Re: Character Themes

> >What would happen if we decide to place a theme song with the characters
> >of FK?  (Instresting thought, indeed!!!)
>
> Hmmm...Vachon - "I'm Too Sexy" by Right Said Fred.
> Drawing a blank for everyone else.

How 'bout "King of Pain" by Sting/The Police for Nick?

Grace

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Date:    Mon, 24 Sep 2001 10:46:04 EDT
From:    Billie Lee <McCelt2000@a.......>
Subject: Delurking....................

Hello all!!

Just a note to say my thoughts and prayers are with all the Forkni-l and KoC
list members, their families, loved ones, friends............everyone.

Listmom <waves> fixed my settings 'coz I was away so long that I got put no
mail.

I recently watched **all** of FK, backwards <g> it was great, and, of course,
made me want more.  I am really looking forward to seeing GWD in "Tracker"
with Adrian Paul..........my two favorite immortals in one show :>)

Forever Yours,

Billie-Lee (who accidently erased some of her "Roar" eps, and will glady
trade FK and/or related things for it <g>)
mccelt2000@a.......

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Date:    Mon, 24 Sep 2001 18:11:41 +0300
From:    Lucia Nicolau <lnicolau@p.......>
Subject: Character Themes

> What would happen if we decide to place a theme song with the characters
>of FK?

I keep seeing Nick and Nat when I hear Eurythmics -"Angel"

"Well she's gone to meet her maker /Back to where she came from /Come to
save her soul... /Come to save her soul.../ Come to take her home /'Cause
it's late and past /Your bedtime /Well past bedtime /Angel /My angel /Fly
over me /Angel...

and this small passage explains why Nick keeps running away from love:
"Love is a temple /Love is a shrine /Love is pure /And love is blind /Love
is a religious sign "

If anybody has already written fiction containing some of the Annie Lennox
songs or put together some images with music, please let me know offlist, i
think many of the songs fit the Nick -Nat relationship very well.

Texts available at:
http://www.crosswinds.net/~goodlyrics/eurythmics/

Lucie
lnicolau@p.......

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Date:    Mon, 24 Sep 2001 11:05:21 -0500
From:    Tim Phillips <Timp@d.......>
Subject: Re: Delurking....................

> I recently watched **all** of FK, backwards
Mmm.
Did you find any secret messages?

How LaCroix survived being staked and set on fire?

How the Enforcers know that someone is "breaking the Code" and
why anyone human (Nat, Tracy?) is still standing

Why did Cadillac paint cars that color?

Perhaps we've been searching for meanings incorrectly, by
watching the tapes forward.  The real answers are in the reverse?

                Tim





 Tim Phillips
 timp@d.......

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Date:    Mon, 24 Sep 2001 11:17:35 -0400
From:    Portia Eins <portia1@m.......>
Subject: Re: Delurking....................

Huh?  I don't know anything about this show?  Can you give me some details?

I LOVED Highlander, the series -- Adrian Paul was a GREAT Duncan McCleod!  And,
boy, was I dissapointed (majorly, majorly) by the Endgame movie - sucked,
sucked, sucked. :o(

I also love to read FK/Highlander xovers -- it would be great to see these two
actors together!

Portia

Billie-Lee wrote:
  I am really looking forward to seeing GWD in "Tracker"
with Adrian Paul..........my two favorite immortals in one show :>)

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Date:    Mon, 24 Sep 2001 10:19:23 -0700
From:    Eric McCann <egmccann@t.......>
Subject: Re: Character Themes

Hmmm...

Natalie - Gimme Gimme Gimme (Erasure) (Just for the "Gimme gimme gimme a
man after midnight...." theme)
Screed - Cat Scratch Fever. <eg>  (OK, in reality... I don't know.)
Janette - Black Magic Woman (though the Dark Rose song from the soundtrack
works well, too.)
Nick - Tiny Little Song (BareNaked Ladies) - if you've heard it, you know
why. <g> Otherwise, maybe Clapton's RUnning ON Faith
Tracy - Vampires, or Left to my own devices (Pet shop boys)
Lacroix - I'm the type of guy (just for the mood...)

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Date:    Mon, 24 Sep 2001 10:21:02 -0700
From:    Eric McCann <egmccann@t.......>
Subject: Re: Re Character themes

At 02:13 AM 9/25/01 +1200, you wrote:
>Well I'm not so good at picking themes, but whenever I hear "a boat on the
>sea" by Kristin Vigard, I always think hmmm .... that woud be a good song
>for Natalie, and start formulating a potential fanfic around it.  Especially
>the line


SOunds like me and Queensryche's "Someone else" for a while... Never could
get that written.

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Date:    Mon, 24 Sep 2001 11:41:22 -0400
From:    teri delong <darius4evr@h.......>
Subject: Re: Delurking....................

> >I recently watched **all** of FK, backwards <g> From: Tim Phillips
><Timp@d.......>
>Perhaps we've been searching for meanings incorrectly, by
>watching the tapes forward.  The real answers are in the reverse?

And here I was wondering how she got anything out of watching TV turned
around with her back to it!

Billie Lee, don't ya just HATE smarty-britches like us?? ;) ;)

~Teri, wishing I had time to watch all of FK, forwards or backwards! ;)

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Date:    Mon, 24 Sep 2001 11:53:16 -0500
From:    Tim Phillips <Timp@d.......>
Subject: Re: Delurking....................

> And here I was wondering how she got anything out of watching TV turned
> around with her back to it!
        I hadn't thought of that.
        Perhaps, I am all wet.
        She may have been engaged in deeply spiritual quest to test
her knowledge of FK.  Yah know, sitting with her back to the TV,
committed to delivering each line of dialogue (complete with facial
expression) 1 second before it is delivered by the actors.
        Sort of as a test of faith and committment to FK.

        Perhaps the furthermost extension of YKYBWTMFK?

                Tim



 Tim Phillips
 timp@d.......

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Date:    Mon, 24 Sep 2001 11:58:00 EDT
From:    Fran Glass <DYNOJET@a.......>
Subject: Re: Character Themes

I don't have any songs in mind for the others, but for Nick, I can't help but
think of Queen's "Who Wants to Live Forever?" I know it's the Highlander
theme, but more than once Nick has shown some suicidal tendencies.

Oh well, I guess I'll go back into lurking now. I've just depressed myself.


Fran aka Dynojet@a.......
http://members.aol.com/_ht_a/dynojet/index.htm

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Date:    Mon, 24 Sep 2001 14:00:08 -0400
From:    knightfangs <knightfangs@h.......>
Subject: Re: Delurking....................

> > And here I was wondering how she got anything out of watching TV turned
> > around with her back to it!
>         I hadn't thought of that.
>         Perhaps, I am all wet.
>         She may have been engaged in deeply spiritual quest to test
> her knowledge of FK.  Yah know, sitting with her back to the TV,
> committed to delivering each line of dialogue (complete with facial
> expression) 1 second before it is delivered by the actors.
>         Sort of as a test of faith and committment to FK.

Silly me.  I thought she watched it through a mirror.  What was _I_ thinking?!!

Grace

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Date:    Mon, 24 Sep 2001 23:26:57 +0300
From:    Lucia Nicolau <lnicolau@p.......>
Subject: Lisa Ryder

I must be seeing things /YKYHBWTMFK but i believe to have seen Lisa Ryder in
a Colgate commercial. Can anyone confirm or infirm that ?
Lucie

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Date:    Mon, 24 Sep 2001 14:57:59 -0500
From:    Eve Dutton <umdutto3@c.......>
Subject: Re: Delurking....................

>
> Silly me.  I thought she watched it through a mirror.  What was _I_
> thinking?!!
>

That would be fun to do with Curiouser and Curiouser, Carroll references
and all... "Beware the Jabberwock, my son..." ;)

Eve.

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Date:    Mon, 24 Sep 2001 15:05:33 -0700
From:    "B. Stone" <STONEB@g.......>
Subject: Why Divia waited 20 years

When you've got forever, 20 years is a blink of an eye.

        B. Stone
        stoneb@g.......

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Date:    Mon, 24 Sep 2001 13:16:09 -0700
From:    "K. C. Smith" <tigrlady2u@j.......>
Subject: Re: new question

 Oh, I'd take him to watch the sunrise at Lake Tahoe, definitely. Most
beautiful lake in the world. :)  Then spend the day touring the Lake.
We'd have lunch at Harvey's and then we'd go to King's Beach for ice
cream (there's a great little ice cream shop there).  After that, we'd go
on the M.S. Dixie II for their sunset Dinner/Dancing cruise to Emerald
Bay.
 Ahh... I miss the Lake and I only live 35 minutes from there.

KC Smith
tigrlady2u@j.......
"I've never met a chocolate I didn't like."

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