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Digest - 31 Dec 1999 to 1 Jan 2000 (#2000-1)

Sun, 2 Jan 2000

There are 15 messages totalling 339 lines in this issue.

Topics of the day:

  1. When would they celebrate? (3)
  2. Happy New Year!
  3. New Year Resolutions
  4. Happy New year!
  5. Happy New Year.
  6. Schanke's religion
  7. greetings
  8. Happy New Year to all...
  9. MAJOR RE-VAMP! Come see!
 10. Whoa!! Happy New Year!!
 11. Happy Y2K!
 12. <No subject given>
 13. Well... bummer.


Date:    Fri, 31 Dec 1999 17:03:40 EST
From:    Libratsie@a.......
Subject: Re: When would they celebrate?

In a message dated 12/31/99 3:55:43 PM Central Standard Time,
elighton@b....... writes:

> Screed: Is still using a nice 1967 calander he found at a swap meet, and
>  hasn't noticed.
I think Screed wouldn't care when the proper celebration would be - he'd
party BOTH years (just like I'm planning to do, although I'm of the 2001 camp
- after all, it is a man-designated system anyway so it doen't matter to




Date:    Sat, 18 Dec 1999 15:26:13 -0700
From:    Kyer <kyer@p.......>
Subject: Re: When would they celebrate?

From: Emma Lighton <elighton@b.......>
> Lacroix: Will decide it is a completely meaningless, arbitrary
celebration> and ignore it all together.

Hmm... what year *is* it according to the calendar LC would have grown up
with?  Anybody know?



Date:    Sat, 1 Jan 2000 00:29:29 +0100
From:    Llarian <manulanger@t.......>
Subject: Happy New Year!

A Happy New Millenium from Germany!

Yeah, it's January 1st, 2000, and we, too, are still here
(waves to Kylie in NZ)

Emma: ROFL! :))
Hmmm... Tracy will be joining Vachon, I guess, if not for the
whole duration of his marathon party - just to avoid
having to party with her parents, of course. No other reason.
Certainly not the scruffy Spaniard himself (wink, wink, nudge,

Natalie will celebrate when  Nick does (long video night, champagne
for her, and a new fizzy protein shake for him).

Okay, who else?


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Date:    Fri, 31 Dec 1999 18:30:57 EST
From:    Yosh1228@a.......
Subject: Re: When would they celebrate?

I think they'd all do it both years, but the biggest one should be in 2001,
the beginning of the new millenium.
I am in the 2001 camp because I am graduating that year, which TECHNICALLY is
the first year of the new Millenium, despite what this years seniors say...



Date:    Sat, 1 Jan 2000 00:37:50 +0100
From:    Llarian <manulanger@t.......>
Subject: New Year Resolutions

What kind of goals would the FK characters set for themselves
for the new millenium?

Nick: Finally regain his mortality - like every year for the last couple

Vachon: Avoid a haircut, regular work, cleaning up the church (so far, he
has *never* failed in these)

Tracy: Best Cop of the Year Award

Anyone else?

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Date:    Sat, 1 Jan 2000 01:08:10 CET
From:    Simone Nicole Dornecker <moonwing@h.......>
Subject: Happy New year!

So is 1 o`click now and I just wanted to wish you all: Prost Neujahr!
und ein glückliches neues Jahr, Jahrzehnt, Jahrhundert, Jahrtausend..
was auch immer.
:) Simone

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


Date:    Fri, 31 Dec 1999 16:49:17 +0000
From:    "S.Earp" <nick1@w.......>
Subject: Happy New Year.

I would like to wish everyone a happy new year and hope all your dreams
come true!



Date:    Fri, 31 Dec 1999 13:57:18 -0500
From:    "KITTO,CECILIA" <ckitto@n.......>
Subject: Re: Schanke's religion

June Williams wrote:
> He's Polish and Italian..can't more Roman catholic than that!!!!!!
> (hey ! it's what HE said anyway :)

Well....I know Schanke is Polish/Italian, but you can't just assume that
because you're a certain nationality you're a certain religion.  My
mother went to the Polish National Church when she was a child in
Philadelphia, and she just assumed she was Catholic - she was married
and had me christened as a Catholic.  It wasn't until the 1960's that
she found out that the "Polish National Church" was the Polish
equivalent to Anglicanism (or Episcopalian).  I've been in the church
she went to as a child in the 1920's (where she had her first comunion
at 7, etc.) - and it must be the highest protestant church in
existance.  So...

And yes, I remember the quote where Donnie Boy says "You can't get more
Catholic than that." = I just thought I'd throw in a message about

Lady C., the Anceunt One


Date:    Sat, 1 Jan 1994 13:53:57 +0000
From:    jennii <jennii@c.......>
Subject: greetings

      Hi all,

       All the very best for a Very Happy New Year

Dark Knightie and UFfer


Date:    Fri, 31 Dec 1999 23:57:27 EST
From:    SFryar@a.......
Subject: Happy New Year to all...

To everyone on ForKni-L and FKFic-L...

May the year 2000 find all of you happy, healthy and still dreaming of the
Knight... and Nunkies... and Janette... and Schanke... and Natalie... and
Sydney... and Tracy... and Vachon... and Screed...  and the Three Captains!

Much love, peace and joy to all...

"Mom" of the DFKS...   :)


Date:    Sat, 1 Jan 2000 03:54:53 -0600
From:    Kristin Harris <kris1228@s.......>
Subject: MAJOR RE-VAMP! Come see!

DRUM BEAT!!! IT'S THE YEAR 2000!! And you know what that means..

I RE-VAMPED MY ENTIRE SITE! There's LOTS of new graphics and more to come. I
have my own "Snappy" now, so I will be screenshoting all the episodes. So
far I have done "Dark Knight Part 1", "Dark Knight Part 2", "Games Vampires
Play", "Sons of Belial", "Crazy Love," and "Be My Valentine". That's several
hundred pics right there. Check them out and tell me what you think. I also
made a new wallpaper, with some neat effects. I updated some info under my
"Save the Knight" page too. And everyone who linked to me please update to
my new address. Thanks! :) Enjoy!!



Date:    Sat, 1 Jan 2000 00:10:20 EST
From:    Yosh1228@a.......
Subject: Whoa!! Happy New Year!!

Just celebrated the year 2000 in New York!! So Happy New Year all my list
friends!! And God bless!!



Date:    Sat, 1 Jan 2000 03:13:50 EST
From:    EnidKnight@a.......
Subject: Happy Y2K!

To one and all....

    It is 3:10 AM in the Big Apple and I'm feeling groovy.
I just got home from a slamming party and so I thought
I would send all of you my best. Have a safe, happy, and
FK filled 2000! I'm a little tipsy, so I have to go calm down
and drink some coffee. <g>

Thank goodness for spell check!

Enid Rodriguez
GWDFC, Gerthering 5 Attendee, Survivor of War 10,
Enforcer, Harem Wife #28, and Dark Knightie.
Founder of Yahoo's "Forever Knight Day Walkers" Club
<A HREF="mailto:EnidKnight@a.......">EnidKnight@a.......</A>, <A HREF="mailto:
LadyEnid@h.......">LadyEnid@h.......</A>, ICQ# 32735791
"Four beers, a little James Brown and you can't keep me off the tables."


Date:    Sat, 1 Jan 2000 00:31:51 -0800
From:    tigrlady2u@j.......
Subject: <No subject given>

 Wishing you all a very Happy New Millenium!!!
 Here's hoping that TPTB will finally agree to give us more of our
favorite Knight in the New Year!

KC Smith
Nick/Natpacker with Dark Knightie tendencies.
Light Cousin/Unholy Trinity.
"I've never met a chocolate I didn't like."


Date:    Thu, 1 Dec 2005 05:00:25 -0700
From:    Kyer <kyer@p.......>
Subject: Well... bummer.

Here it is--- 4:55am in Phoenix--- and the world didn't end.  Darn.  Gotta
go back to work tommorrow... <grumble>

That's right... I *slept* through the Mountain Time New Year.  Mostly
anyway.  Seems some rabble rousers came down the street *twice* a bit after
the turning of the calendar to proclaim their happiness by yelling and
banging on cans.  How considerate.
But... at least the first thing I saw during the new year was my clock
flashing:  12:28  <g!>  I take that as a good omen.

Only Y2K glitch was caused by mineself.  Do you know that if you keep your
clock set back in 1999 (to evade any viruses) Outlook 5 won't acknowledge
your Sent mail?  So, yes, everyone... I *am* aware that my machine thinks it
is now New Year's 20005. <eg>  (computers are easier to trick than Nick at
his most naive!  Bwaaahaaha!  Almost makes up for all the times this thing
has frozen up on me.)

Happy New Year



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