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FORKNI-L Digest - 3 Jun 2002 to 4 Jun 2002 (#2002-166)

Tue, 4 Jun 2002

There are 5 messages totalling 148 lines in this issue.

Topics of the day:

  1. FK moment
  2. Attention Caddywacks (2)
  3. fiction challenge(s)
  4. queen of Harps historical problems


Date:    Mon, 3 Jun 2002 11:17:28 +0100
From:    Kezia Hepden <keziahepden@h.......>
Subject: Re: FK moment

Monica Rodriguez wrote:

>  I'm hoping NOT to repeat my 12:28 time for my next race ;-).  I
> wonder if there's any FK numbers that I could aim for as an overall time or a
> split?  Do we know - or think we know - Janette's conversion date?  Don't know
> what I can do with 79...   What other important dates do we have between 1000
> and 1228?

Well, I was going to suggest the date for one of FK's more appalling
continuity errors - where Aristotle thanks Nick for saving him at the Battle
of Hastings, which only happened a mere 162 years before Nick was brought
across!  But.....  (there's always one!)

.....since there are only 60 seconds to the minute, it wouldn't be possible
to aim for 10:66, would it?  Unless you aim for 11:06 - i.e. 10 minutes and
66 seconds!  And that would only require slight improvement on your part,
not an all-out 'I'll get there if it kills me' effort to achieve.

Cousin Kezia


Date:    Mon, 3 Jun 2002 23:38:41 -0400
From:    Arletta Asbury <g4akl@c.......>
Subject: Attention Caddywacks

Following the link on cnn's website for 10 wacky vacation destinations,
I was pleasantly surprised to find a web site for the location in Texas
known as Cadillac Ranch.


After further exploring, one cadillac enthusiast who's the webmaster for
the Cadillac Ranch pages) has a Caddy collection and one of his cars looks
to me (non-caddywack) very similar to Nick's.


Anyway, I got a kick out of all of this and thought I'd share.

Arletta Asbury


Date:    Mon, 3 Jun 2002 22:12:09 -0700
From:    Sunny LaCountess <countessa2000@y.......>
Subject: Re: Attention Caddywacks

I can't believe he even got the color right. What is it
with that green-blue? It's like that particular model was
born in that particular color. Not that it isn't pretty.


LaCountess -- Twilight Knightie,IB,DT,UF,Cotk
Visit my website at http://www.lacountess.com/Fkmain.html

"Vampires are make believe, just like elves and gremlins and eskimos!"
--Homer Simpson


Date:    Tue, 4 Jun 2002 12:51:24 -0700
From:    Viv <viv11374@y.......>
Subject: fiction challenge(s)

Due to my "Where were you last night?" challenge only getting one
response (by the way, thank you Bonnie) I am reissuing it in the
hopes that once find out it doesn't have to be a Last Knight
story you'll see the myriad possibilities within FK for stories
beginning with that question.
I'd also like to issue another one that I just can't get out of
my head. It's a topical one: the Caddy is stolen one day--with
Nick in the trunk. I started one but it turned very dark very
fast and isn't exactly suitable for finishing, let alone posting.
but you guys can probably do better.
If I should just give up on posting these challenges, however,
somebody please tell me so I can stop looking like an idiot.
Thank you


Don't annoy the crazy person

Life's a witch and then you fly


Date:    Tue, 4 Jun 2002 13:34:11 -0700
From:    Viv <viv11374@y.......>
Subject: Re: queen of Harps historical problems

--- BKBVA@a....... wrote:

> not as the result of one of Nick's flashbacks. He was long gone
> from Wales before Delabarre would have taken over the land and
> there's nothing in series canon to indicate that Nick was ever
> in the area again.
Actually, the flashbacks from Undue Process took place in
Anglesey, or Ynis Mon as it's called in Welsh. But that was a
long time afterwards and probably unrelated.


Don't annoy the crazy person

Life's a witch and then you fly


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