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Logfile LOG9605E Part 6

May 30-May 31, 1996

File: "FORKNI-L LOG9605E" Part 6

	BB -- Claire Gibson
	The horse report
	Nick Knight:  The Video
	ADMIN: The clan FORKNI-L, of which I am Listmommy...
	Hamsters and FK
	New to the list!!  (2)
	missing videos
	virtual season (no spoilers)
	Assorted topics
	I goofed!!/YKYB...
	Mercenaries (late night silliness)
	Hello from Germany
	does Knight spice up his food/blood with tobasco, garlic, parsley etc.?  (5)
	Nightcrawler Tapes
	I goofed!!
	Name Questions
	Dotti's back !!
	Somebody PLEASE Help...  (2)
	Hamsters and FKSomebody PLEASE Help...
	Nigel for Congress?  (2)
	California airfare

Date:         Thu, 30 May 1996 23:20:58 -0500
From:         "J.S. Levin" <wabbit@e.......>
Subject:      Re: BB -- Claire Gibson

Sorry, folks -- I've got to say that I think Nick killed Claire Gibson (on
the Titanic in Black Buddha 1) by attack rather than letting her drown.
Not a dream sequence as separate from a flashback -- I really don't think
TPTB were working with that much complication.  What we see in an episode is
usually either *all* fantasy or *all* reality, unless the ep in question is
basing itself on the confusion of the two (and for the life of me, I can't
think of an example of that -- but then again, I am episode-deprived).

As for *why* he would have attacked and killed Claire, well, first, it sure
looks to me like she offered herself to him.  Not only did she decide not to
be brought across, her comment to Nick about "living with a thousand deaths
on your head" makes it pretty obvious she had very little idea of what she
had initially asked for.  He couldn't persuade her to go to the lifeboats,
and probably couldn't have carried her himself and made it safely to land.
And heck, *Nickie* sure as hell wasn't going down with the ship, that was
obvious.  As someone else noted previously, he'd have needed her blood to
have the strength for that kind of long, *fast* flying.

Yes, that's right, waitress -- another two zuzim worth over here.  Just put
it on my tab.

Storm (Vaquera, Scrapper, Gangrel)
wabbit@e....... (J.S.Levin/Stormsinger)
Their canon met my imagination and was outgunned.
If you practice being fictional, you discover that "characters"
are as real as people with bodies and heartbeats...
Date:         Thu, 30 May 1996 21:26:20 -0700
From:         Janette/Cousin Cherri <cdmunoz@e.......>
Subject:      Re: YKYBWFKTL

At 07:28 PM 5/30/96 PST, June Russell wrote:
>Oh, dear, my partner has done it again. I came home to a message letting me
>know about a sick newborn my partner had at the hospital. All was well until
>he told me the name: Baby Boy Vachon. Argh!  This is the same partner who
>has a patient named Nicholas B. Knight. (I think he goes out of his way to
>do this to me. ;)

ROTFLMAO  Tears dripping down face!!!

That's good.  That's really, really good.

       Cousin Cherri <cdmunoz@e.......>    Janette on the SKL list
       From the Desk of:  Sectuib SaySha ambrov Tien          Sime/Gen
                        Member: Cold Shower Sisterhood
       It's a sad day in hell when you discover that...
             what you believed in......was truly dead. (CLM after watching LK)
Date:         Fri, 31 May 1996 00:52:35 -0500
From:         Cyberspace Vanguard Magazine <vanguard@p.......>
Subject:      Re: The horse report

>Then there was the recent Miss Preakness Stakes.  The winner was Nic's
>Halo followed by Palette Knife.  I am sorry to report that no horse named
>"It's only Paint thinner" was around to complete the trifecta.

Paint <thickener>.

Tee hee!

----  TJ
Date:         Thu, 30 May 1996 21:34:11 -0800
From:         Dann Lunsford <dann@g.......>
Subject:      Re: Nick Knight:  The Video

In <199605310024.RAA15111@n.......>, on 05/30/96 at 06:34 PM,
   Margie Hammet <treeleaf@i.......> said:

>At 01:16 PM 5/30/96 -0800, Dann Lunsford wrote:

>>I think they missed Bonnie Tyler's "Faster Than the Speed of Night", but
>>that's about it.

>Actually, Bonnie Tyler's "Faster Than the Speed of Night" _does_ make me
>think of "Forever Knight".  In fact, the whole album does.

Hmmm...You have a point, there.  "Total Eclipse of the Heart"  and the
title track are almost worthy of "Nick theme songs".

Once upon a time there was light in my life
Now there's only love in the dark,
Nothin' I can do,
A total eclipse of the heart.

Sounds just like something Nick would write.

* Dann Lunsford    * The only thing necessary for the triunph of evil *
* dann@g....... * is that men of good will do nothing.  --  Cicero *
Date:         Fri, 31 May 1996 00:43:04 +0500
From:         John Folden <jtfolden@e.......>
Subject:      Re: ADMIN: The clan FORKNI-L, of which I am Listmommy...

> From: "The Illustrated Webgoddess" <4evrnyte@n.......>

> Thus, we have the Sacred Hamsters of FORKNI-L. <g>
> And I am going to mercifully refrain from mentioning the
> more-properly-suited-for-JADFE thought that danced through my head when
> first I saw this post.

Actually, that was the kind of response I was expecting!  :) The one
you posted is pretty funny, though....(Don't take the case off that server..
the hamsters will fall out!)

// John T. Folden, a demented victorian
// lost in the DARK SHADOWS of an endless
Date:         Fri, 31 May 1996 00:45:50 -0400
From:         Marcia Tucker <ScFiMarci@a.......>
Subject:      Hamsters and FK

The Illustrated and Great Listmommy wrote in response to the question about

>>The Forever Knight Internet Mailing Lists exist courtesy of the computers
and the Computer Deities at PSU.  And deep within the heart of those
computers, powering our Great and Mighty Listserv, are many many hamsters
running endless laps on tiny little treadmills.  I am absolutely convinced
of this.<<

Hamsters have long been blamed for the woes of computer network servers.  On
AOL we sacrifice to the hamster gods to keep the mail up and the message
boards working.  America Online has come a long way, but in the early days
when we only had 200,000 subscribers, the hamsters were severely overworked,
underfed, and some of us invested in pillow manufacturing companies because
of the hardness and rudeness of the punts.

Drawing this all back to Forever Knight...  (ur, how the heck do I do

Okay, another Marcia ObligFK:
Thanks for the info, those who wrote me, on the Titanic dates re Black Buddha
and Nick's munching on Claire Gibson.  You're right it was a dream.  So
continuity is saved again, at least until the next episode!  ;D    And I
still like Nick with longer hair. I believe that has to be the shortest Ger's
had his hair in the entire series.

Marcia Tucker / scfimarci@a.......
Dark Knightie / Unnamed / Immortal Beloved
Will somebody PLEASE get me through the last chapter of "Transitions" so I
can post??
Date:         Fri, 31 May 1996 00:58:19 -0400
From:         Serena Osinski <sosinski@i.......>
Subject:      Re: New to the list!!

Laura Beth Bedard wrote:
>[snip] I am fortunate to have friends in Rochester NY and was able to
>visit Toronto last fall, [snip] I have to say that I think they really
>capture the "feel" of the city really well on the show [snip]

I'm new to the list, too, and I have to admit that one of the reasons I
first started watching the show regularly (just noticed it this season - I
had SEEN it in the TV Guide, but believe it or not, I thought it had
something to do with "Knight Rider," which I couldn't get far enough away
from - but then I heard about it on the Internet and decided to give it a
try- "Okay, I'll bite, I said..." sorry.) was the wonderful Toronto
locations (and the occasioanl charming Canadian accent). I'm from Rochester
myself, and used to spend many of my weekends in Toronto. It's really a
lovely city, and I quite miss it.

Now, I have a question, for those of you who've seen more than I have. In
the Forver Knight universe, how much and how often does a vampire need to
eat - er, drink? Does it vary by the individual? Was it ever made clear?

Date:         Thu, 30 May 1996 22:21:08 -0700
From:         Shirley Davis <pitbull@d.......>
Subject:      missing videos

Can anybody help!  I'm missing episodes from the first season.  I need these
to finish my collection.  I'm deperate!!!  I don't get the SCI-Fi channel
and I don't know where else to turn but to other loyal FK fans. I will
supply tapes and pay for postage.  Please email me privately.

Date:         Thu, 30 May 1996 23:28:45 +0000
From:         Lisa Wolters <redjasper@e.......>
Subject:      Re: virtual season (no spoilers)

I agree with Laurie, Sarah, Apache, and the others who've voiced
their concerns about doing a virtual season. I think it won't work
primarily because of the potential for hurt feelings, but hey, on the
other hand, more power to you guys for dreaming this up and
undertaking it. I do hope it works because it'd be awsome if it did!

That said, I'm also worried about the increased traffic in posts and
discussion on the two lists (down from three after SPOILR's gone).
I can hardly keep up with the regular fanfic and discussion now,
much less when the virtual thing starts happening.  (I can't believe
I'm suggesting that there's such a thing as Too Much FK! <g>)

Can you set up a separate e-mail loop for the virtual season, sort
of like the DEBSPLAY thing? Admittedly, I don't know how that was
set up, but I do know that it coordinated a huge group o' people and
a huge fan effort/get-together *off* the main lists.  And that way,
those who want to subscribe to VRSEASN-L (or whatever you'd call
it!) could do so to their hearts' content without further impacting
the "main" lists.

Whaddaya think?

Lisa W. * redjasper@e.......
Date:         Thu, 30 May 1996 23:34:33 -0700
From:         "Toni C. Holm" <tch@w.......>
Subject:      SciFi

Kat said:
>Let's just hope that the exposure on the Sci Fi channel helps a little. (But
>you Seattlites out there are just going to have to bug TCI until they get

        Hey we're getting it in Olympia.  I (and everyone I know) had been
buzzed off by every possible person at TCI for almost 2 years on the
subject.  Then a few weeks ago I went out to do my regular bitch and
complain thing with the TCI workers who had just made a trench in our
driveway (trapping our car for the 5th time in 2 months without notice) when
the worker walks up to me, puts up his hands and says "Stop, wait, you're
getting SCiFi channel!".  (Is there a warning sticker on the map at TCI for
my house?).  I stopped in my tracks, called TCI 's local office and had it
confirmed that Sci Fi will be on our system July 1. I then went dancing out
to say they could make me late & trash our drive any day.  So hang in there,
don't give up, someday they may trash your driveway too! (Not that I like
TCI you know, but now there are compensations).

                        -Toni   <tch@w.......>
Date:         Fri, 31 May 1996 02:40:08 -0500
From:         Sandra Gray <TMP_HARKINS@d.......>
Subject:      Assorted topics

First, thanks Apache for posting those Ger interview quotes.

I don't think Nick drained those Germans in the flashback of 1966.
As Tippi said, no bloodstained lips or anything.  Nick regularly
"vamped out" to catch crooks in the present day in first season
without biting them.  1966 was not that long before the present time
so he was perfectly capable of not biting those guys.

I also think that Nick's munching on Claire was a dream and not
something that happened in reality.  The only valid story reason
for him to have bitten her, imo, was to bring her across as per her
Buddha wish.  But we learn later in the episode that she doesn't
want to be a vampire anymore because of the deaths of people on the
Titanic.  Besides that, I don't see why Nick would have had to fly
very far to get away from the sinking ship.  There were ships in the
area that helped to rescue the survivors.  I also can't see Nick
being so "callous" about human life as to see Claire only as a source
of energy for flight and survival.

Re: the closing of FKSPOILR.  Does this mean that eps still under
spoiler protection because they haven't been repeated yet will still
need to be labelled in the subject line, "SPOILER: Name of ep" when
they are being discussed on this list?  Will we have to add spoiler
space also?

--Sandra Gray, forever Knightie
Date:         Thu, 30 May 1996 23:59:21 +0000
From:         Lisa Wolters <redjasper@e.......>
Subject:      Re: I goofed!!/YKYB...

Laura Our-New-Classmate Bedard wrote:
>Actually it hit me after I sent that last message <snip>
>but it would be Phil, not Larry.............I goofed!!

LOL! I was <afraid> the man's first name was Phil.
I seem to have had another "YKYB..."(*) moment last week.
I was proofreading something by a Dr. Philip A. Bedard,
and kept thinking, "Naaaah..."   :)  Too funny.

Now, if a paper by a Dr. Lawrence LaLlonde shows
up next week, I <will> start questioning my sanity!

  (*that's "You Know You've Been..." as in "You know
  you've been watching too much FK when...")

Lisa W. * redjasper@e.......
Date:         Fri, 31 May 1996 01:18:44 -0700
From:         Kira Chistiakoff <kira@a.......>
Subject:      Re: Mercenaries (late night silliness)

At 10:36 PM 5/30/96, John & Donna Spert wrote:
>(John, in a bizarre mood)
>I was looking at a web page that listed FK affiliations and realized
>that the mercenaries leave much about themselves unsaid.  For instance,
>the preferred payment is chocolate.

If you'll look closer, you'll notice that that is the preffered payment
only for certain mercs...we all have a price...just not the same one.<EG>

"Could it be you feel compelled to suspend disbelief?"--SoB
"You cannot deny..." You wanna bet?
Date:         Fri, 31 May 1996 10:26:19 +0200
From:         ret <sl0274@a.......>
Subject:      Hello from Germany

Greetings to everyone! I am new on the list!
I have a little problem! I look for some stories or novels from the
fiction list! Here is a list of those stories!

 Tragedy of Nicholas, Prince of Brabant by Diane DeSha
 A false heart by Susan Garrett
 White knight, blach pawn by Catherine Boone
 Answers by Christine Hantzopulos Hunt

Please mail the stories to me privatly! Thank you for your help!

I am very grateful for all those stories on the fiction list! I wish
I were that good in writing! Thank you to all the authors on the list!
You are those who keep FK alive!

If anybody likes to mail to me feel free to do so! Here in Germany are
not so many Knighties on the Internet to comunicate with.

For a darker knight!

Dark Knightie, Immortal Beloved.
A Gothic in real life.

To all german listmembers: Do you know about my little 'Save Forever
Knight' letter campaign? If not mail me!
Date:         Thu, 30 May 1996 23:43:03 -2055
From:         "L. Katherine Queen" <lqueen@p.......>
Subject:      Re: does Knight spice up his food/blood with tobasco, garlic,
              parsley etc.?

ON 5/30/96 at 8:55 AM Caroline Nachman writes:
>        with the great propensity of the human race  [of which i consider
>vampires an odd sub-group] to spice up any food with all kinds of...<snip>

Don't think so.  Ugghhh!  He even drinks it cold.  Yuck!  You'd think Nick
would at least warm it up to body temperature (ours not his) in the
microwave or something.


Katherine Queen
Date:         Fri, 31 May 1996 06:15:31 -0400
From:         Mary Davis <Spirit3679@a.......>
Subject:      Re: does Knight spice up his food/blood with tobasco, garlic,
              parsley etc.?

In a message dated 96-05-31 04:55:06 EDT, you write:

> Ugghhh!  He even drinks it cold.  Yuck!  You'd think Nick
>would at least warm it up to body temperature (ours not his) in the
>microwave or something.

That's what they said about iced coffee and iced tea.

Cold is better than hot, except when it comes to sex. (at least that's how I
remember it)
Date:         Fri, 31 May 1996 06:18:04 -0400
From:         Janette Z <Janette92@a.......>
Subject:      Re: Nightcrawler Tapes

In a message dated 96-05-30 23:34:31 EDT, you write:

>I could have sworn I had the message about getting Nightcrawler tapes.  I
>KNOW I saw it.  My eyes must be playing a practicle joke on me, and my brain
>is in on it.

  Nope, they are available!!!  Cassette tapes with LC's voice!  As I said, if
you ordered them and HAVEN'T gotten them please e-mail me!  And if you want
one and weren't around when I posted the original message please e-mail me
and I'll send you all the info you could ever need to know!!!

Ravenette, Immortal Beloved,
Seducer, Cousin, Unnamed
Faction, Valentine, N&Nater (just kidding!)
Date:         Fri, 31 May 1996 07:23:28 -0500
From:         TippiNB <Tippinb@i.......>
Subject:      Re: does Knight spice up his food/blood with tobasco, garlic,
              parsley etc.?

Katherine wrote:

>Don't think so.  Ugghhh!  He even drinks it cold.  Yuck!  You'd think Nick
>would at least warm it up to body temperature (ours not his) in the
>microwave or something.

I checked with a nurse friend of mine.  She said if you microwave blood it
curdles.  Ewwww!  The individual little bloodcells pop because of the way a
microwave works.

Nick, care for a little blood pudding?

Maybe he could just keep it in a rack like LC does at the Raven?  I mean,
maybe mix it with a little wine to preserve it or something?  Or maybe he's
just being masochistic by drinking it cold?

Wicked Cousin Tippi, dollar bill wrangler of the Thong Throng!
*Founding Member of the Unnamed Faction*Voyeur of the Menage LaCroix*
"Would that this thong were a less annoying undergarment." - Anon.
Wickedness Site!  http://www.netcom.com/~tippinb/wicked.html
Date:         Fri, 31 May 1996 07:10:55 -0500
From:         Carrie Krumtum <carriek@e.......>
Subject:      Re: I goofed!!

>  Actually it hit me after I sent that last message (forgive me, Carrie,
> for correcting) but it would be Phil, not Larry.............I goofed!!
> Boy do I feel silly now!!!!!

We both did. :) Oh well, no harm no foul. How many times have I seen
those two names together in the credits? They just sort of blended.
That's my story and I'm sticking to it.

[:)] Look, it's a brick!

Carrie, Proud (usually) Knightie
Date:         Fri, 31 May 1996 08:32:21 -0400
From:         Dotti Rhodes <dottir@w.......>
Subject:      Re: Name Questions

At 01:07 PM 5/30/96 -0500, John wrote:

>Does anyone else feel that Sean was at best an embezzler and at worst a
>willing accomplice to his father's murder?  Geez, Schanke even shook his

Hmmmm--I'm not sure I agree he was willing to embezzle BEFORE his father's
death.  Sean was worth a lot of money anyway--I think when he said "There's
more where that came from" he meant in his own personal wealth or that he
would be able to get it from his father. I don't think he counted on his
father withholding money from him. Then after his father's death, he got
into a deal with the bad guy to take some of the money from the deBrabant
foundation to pay off his debts and then discovered he was in far too deep.
That was my take on it.

Dotti R
Knightie 4-Ever
Date:         Fri, 31 May 1996 08:33:06 -0400
From:         Dotti Rhodes <dottir@w.......>
Subject:      Re: Hamsters

At 03:39 PM 5/30/96 -0500, you wrote:

>Oh, *come on*, Lisa!  Like none of them lurk on the list! <G>
Doesn't that make you feel proud?? Knowing they're paying THAT much
attention to us? Kewl!!  peaking of that blooper script....I've been away
for a while, what was the final poop on getting a copy of that?

Dotti R
Knightie 4-Ever
Date:         Fri, 31 May 1996 07:39:20 -0500
From:         Carrie Krumtum <carriek@e.......>
Subject:      Re: does Knight spice up his food/blood with tobasco, garlic,
              parsley etc.?

> I checked with a nurse friend of mine.  She said if you microwave
>blood it curdles.  Ewwww!  The individual little bloodcells pop because
>of the way a microwave works.
> Nick, care for a little blood pudding?

Microwaving DOESN'T work but there are such animals as blood warmers.
Yes, you heard me right, blood warmers. There are several kinds, I've
used them all hundreds of times ( I am a nurse after all ). You put the
blood tubing or another specially made delivery system into the warmer
and as the blood flows from the bag to the patient it is slowly warmed
to the desired temperature. With Nick's vast wealth buying one of these
would be no problem. Maybe he should get two, just in case one has a
problem. Boy scout motto applies here.


Carrie, Proud Knightengale
Date:         Fri, 31 May 1996 05:48:32 -0700
From:         Ann-Lu Blewett <ann-lu@i.......>
Subject:      Re: YKYBWTMFK

Hi All,

YKYBWTMFKW reading the paper you come accross the birth announcements
and the first one you see is a baby girl named "Alyssa Nicole" and you
wonder is she the youngest Forever Knight Fan Club member!

Ann-Lu <ann-lu@i.......>
Cousinly McGregor...UF...NBF
"They're so noisy, but I love the free food!"
Date:         Fri, 31 May 1996 09:17:07 -0400
From:         Siona <siona@n.......>
Subject:      Dotti's back !!

On Fri, 31 May 1996, Dotti Rhodes wrote:

Dotti's back !!!!!

Welcome back Dotti.  We've all missed you.

(okay, nobody say anything questionable about Ger or Dotti will have your

Dark Knightie! and proud member of the Unnamed Faction
Help save Forever Knight!  see http://www.netaxs.com/~siona/
Watch Forever Knight - SciFi Channel Mon. at 8PM and Tue. 12AM EST.
Date:         Fri, 31 May 1996 09:23:39 -0400
From:         Beth Washington <Beth_Washington@a.......>
Subject:      Somebody PLEASE Help...

I sent out a note earlier asking for help finding the first 2 seasons of
Forever Knight on tape, and no one responded.  <sniff>

Is there no one out there willing to help a poor soul, a fan who is
craving more of Forever Knight?  Is there anyone who understands this
hungry desire to see, hear, and touch everything that is Nick Knight?

I became a fan this season (never hearing of it before USA aired them at
10:00pm Monday's), and I have the whole third season.  My search for the
pilot led me to discover that there were 2 other seasons.... 2 whole
seasons I have only heard about but never seen...

Oh please!!!  I am begging, pleading, graveling......  I don't get the
Sci Fi channel, so there is no hope I can do this myself.

Someone email me with a generous offer to make me tapes of the first 2
seasons!  I will be Forever Grateful!!!!!!!

-Cousin Biffer
That is so unfair!  You know I can't fly!                Beth Washington
  -Lois from Lois & Clark                       Beth_Washington@a.......
P.S.  I just had a thought as I sit here and change the quote in my
.sig.  Natalie could easily say the same thing to Nick after he takes
off in the middle of a heated discussion!

Lois & Clark/Nick & Nat: such wonderful parallels we could come up with!
Date:         Fri, 31 May 1996 09:32:46 -0400
From:         Lynn Messing <messing@a.......>
Subject:      Subject: Hamsters and FK

Jamie the WebGoddess wrote about the hamsters on the treadmills powering
the Listerv.

But I imagine there to be another (non-JADFE) link between hamsters and FK...
Would they not be a gourmet treat for Screed?

cheers, Lynn Messing   messing@a.......
Date:         Fri, 31 May 1996 06:59:41 PDT
From:         "Leslie I.Plummer" <lplummer@i.......>
Subject:      Re: Somebody PLEASE Help...

Beth Washington wrote:
>Is there no one out there willing to help a poor soul, a fan who is
>craving more of Forever Knight?  Is there anyone who understands this
>hungry desire to see, hear, and touch everything that is Nick Knight?

Beth, sorry to hear that no one had two seasons worth of tapes for you.
I'm in the same boat & am also DESPERATE to see them!  If you will, I'd
like to make a few suggestions to help you get what you want, in an
alternate way:

1) See if someone is willing to LEND you a few eps at a time in exchange
for something you can do for them (eg, I am beta reading stories for an
FK fan writer & formatting/printing her published stories afterwards!)
We may all be "family" on the Net, but we don't REALLY know each other yet.
So, it might be a way for you to get what you want, get to know another
fan, & establish a relationship of trust & comraderie.  You can find out
all the fans in your area & perhaps offer to host/coordinate a party/fan
gathering (to watch old shows together? drink ribena? make Ger's choco
pizza? etc.).  THIS is the time for us to stick together & help each
other. I would love to have a known fan group & gatherings in my area.
I'm sure many others agree!

Unless you have major $$$$$ to pay someone to copy all the eps for you.
If you do, then..

2) Spend your money better on Professionally produced tapes!  Now, these
are not available yet, but if we (the many, many FK fans) get any new
shows/movies from The Powers That Be, you can bet they will want to
merchandise what ever they can to make their profits even greater
(They are ONLY in it for the $$$).  Even this will take time, and is not
mutually exclusive w/suggestion #1.  However, you CAN write your request
for quality 1st & 2nd season tapes to folks who may/will be providing
them for all of us (SONY SHowstuff, USA Network, SCIFI Dominion, etc.)
Their addresses can be found on the SOS-FK website, if you need.

I know this isn't what you wanted.  I personally don't know HOW I'm going
to wait for another year to see them!  SciFi has said they will have
exclusive broadcast rights for seasons 1 & 2 to begin Jan '97.  They will
probably show them 3/wk so we can all get our fix.

Hope this helps, a little.  If you can't get what you want, put that
good desire energy into getting it another way & helping us all get
FK back!  Good luck!

N&NPacker/Knightie... Fiercely Optimisitc & stubborn since birth
An FK (anything new, whatever it takes) sort of gal!
Date:         Fri, 31 May 1996 10:06:22 EST
From:         Ronni Katz <ronnik@c.......>
Subject:      Nigel for Congress?

     Saw something on my LONG drive in to work today I just *had* to share!

     There were signs plastered EVERYWHERE with "Bennett for Congress '96"
     on them all over every street in my county!  I am SOOOOOOOOOOOO
     tempted to swipe one!  I'm surprised so many of them are still around
     with all the FK fans in my town....!

     I guess this comes under a YKYBWTMFKW heading...

     "You know you've been watching too much FK when you see signs saying
     "Bennett for Congress '96" and wonder when Nigel had the time to enter

     For the record - Nigel would have mY VOTE!!  :)

     Ron the Enforcer
Date:         Fri, 31 May 1996 14:41:20 GMT
From:         Jamie Melody Randell <immajer@n.......>
Subject:      Re: Nigel for Congress?

On May 31, 1996 10:06:22, 'Ron The Enforcer <ronnik@c.......>'

>"You know you've been watching too much FK when you see signs saying
>"Bennett for Congress '96" and wonder when Nigel had the time to enter
>For the record - Nigel would have mY VOTE!!  :)

Personally, I too would vote for just about anyone BUT an American...

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all know how to reach me at AOL, right?  Five different ways you know how
to reach me at AOL, riiight?  Good.

Veering from somewhat off-topic to completely off-topic: If a person was
going to move to another area of the U.S., someone with very little money
who couldn't drive, where would you suggest she go?  Private e-mail only,

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Date:         Fri, 31 May 1996 10:58:01 -0500
From:         Stephanie Babbitt <stephanie.babbitt@g.......>
Subject:      YKYBWTMFK...

I was skimming through my mail and opened a message to find this little gem:

>The question is regarding mounting.  Nicky was neutered almost a year
>ago (August '95)and has been very good (no mounting) since we got him in
>September '95....

It took me a couple of seconds to realize that this was a message from the
Keeshond dog owners' list and not from FK. Then, of course, I almost fell
out of my chair laughing. My coworkers think I'm weird (and they're
probably right). At least our Nick is still unaltered (to the best of our

Thanking God that it's Friday,
Stephanie Babbitt, Vaquera
Date:         Fri, 31 May 1996 11:05:52 -0400
From:         "Susan M. Garrett" <susang@v.......>
Subject:      California airfare

For those people going to CA for the Weekend with Ger, I found a great
priced Continental flight from Newark, NJ to LAX.  You have to leave between
8:00 and 9:00 AM and return between 3:00 and 4:00 PM with a Sunday layover,
but it's only $300.00.

This is the cheapest fare from anyone!  My travel agent knew nothing about
it until I brought it to her attention.  So if you're looking for
inexpensive CA airfare, check continental and have then really give the
fares a once-over for you.

Let's hope we can find deals to San Francisco to match this in October.

susang@v....... -- http://www.vitinc.com/~susang
Faithful Ravenette, because somebody STILL has to.
"This is the Hour of Lead; remembered, if outlived,
like the freezing person recollects the cold--
first the chill, then stupor, and then the letting go."
Date:         Fri, 31 May 1996 11:09:36 -0400
From:         Dotti Rhodes <dottir@w.......>
Subject:      Re: New to the list!!

At 12:58 AM 5/31/96 -0400, Serena wrote:

>Now, I have a question, for those of you who've seen more than I have. In
>the Forver Knight universe, how much and how often does a vampire need to
>eat - er, drink? Does it vary by the individual? Was it ever made clear?
First, welcome Serena. Second, I think it varies by the ndividual..that's
the impression I always got. They appear to need it daily at least, but even
that's questionable sometimes. What do ya'll think?

Dotti R
Knightie 4-Ever
Date:         Fri, 31 May 1996 10:22:04 -0500
From:         Mad Hatter <cli7@s.......>
Subject:      Re: does Knight spice up his food/blood with tobasco, garlic,
              parsley etc.?

At 11:43 PM 5/30/96 -2055, you wrote:
>Don't think so.  Ugghhh!  He even drinks it cold.  Yuck!  You'd think Nick
>would at least warm it up to body temperature (ours not his) in the
>microwave or something.

would it coagulate? i think thick slimy stuff is worse than cold . .
"i shall continue to be an impossible person
so long as those who are now possible remain possible."
-michael bakunin [1814-76]

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