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FORKNI-L Digest - 17 Apr 2003 to 18 Apr 2003 (#2003-114)

Fri, 18 Apr 2003

There are 9 messages totalling 221 lines in this issue.

Topics of the day:

  1. blood supply for Raven (was: temps)
  2. There's just no accounting
  4. "Tracy" doll
  5. Flowers
  6. blood glucose (4)


Date:    Thu, 17 Apr 2003 18:01:09 -0700
From:    Cheryl <doughboy2@c.......>
Subject: Re: blood supply for Raven (was: temps)

I'm a Diabetic and I would love to see that.  I can fix him/her up, no
Cheryl Pillsbury


Date:    Thu, 17 Apr 2003 15:17:19 -0700
From:    Knight Ranger <knightranger1228@y.......>
Subject: Re: There's just no accounting

--- clarkcindy <clarkcindy@m.......> wrote:
< Anyway, there was a big charity zine anthology...
that had a story entitled "The Tax Man Cometh" about
Nick and LC dealing with the Canadian Revenue

What is the name of this zine?

Knight Ranger

e-mail:  KnightRanger1228@y.......  - or -  KnightRanger4ver@y.......
Geraint Wyn Davies Fan for Life!  (GWDFC/GWDN)
Dark Knightie/Nick & Nat Packer/Caddy Whack/FOREVER KNIGHT Die Hard
BLACK HARBOUR Lobster Yacht Lot/Harbour Light  ** -- GAIRWOLFpack -- **


Date:    Thu, 17 Apr 2003 17:02:05 -0700
From:    FKMel <sgt_buck_frobisher@y.......>
Subject: YKYBWTMFKW....

This is kinda an old one and if someone else mentioned
it, I didn't know 'cause I wasn't back online yet. I
don't normally watch Fear Factor, but I couldn't
resist the night they had the contestants bob for
rubber rings in a tank of cow blood. I kept imagining
(sp?)Nick playing that game....he'd either go under
and get all the rings at once, or more likely, get so
caught up in his drinking, he'd ignore the rings
completely. Couldn't you just hear LC telling him not
to play with his food? He'd probably refuse to do it
himself because it wasn't human LOL.

I could also see Nick arranging to have the leftovers
sent to his loft after the show was done LOL.

Hm...maybe I should do a fanfic about that...could be

When I used to watch American Gladiators before TNN
took it off, it was hard to stop myself from imagining
(sp?)Nick on that show, too. But then, he'd have a
really unfair advantage LOL.


FK:NickNatPacker, Knight of the Cross /Highlander: Duncan Flag-Waver/Due South
fan/Tracker Fan/Angel Fan/Port Charles Fan
Spotted on bumper sticker: Bad Cop! No Donut


Date:    Thu, 17 Apr 2003 18:42:21 -0700
From:    Wolfy <wolfyknight@y.......>
Subject: Re: "Tracy" doll

Just, a note: Lisa I guess doesn't really like the
doll, doesn't look that much like her or something...


~Wolfy Knight, GWDFC member, Ger5 attendee, LRFC Memeber,
Forever Knight fan, Dark Perk, ex-aol'er, Rainbow Knight, GenCon 2002.
AIM:Iamwolfyknight, ICQ: 267825380, MSN: Wolfyknight@h.......,


Date:    Thu, 17 Apr 2003 20:25:39 -0600
From:    Angela Gottfred <agottfre@t.......>
Subject: Re: Flowers

I looked up the "language of flowers" on several websites; some are
florist-oriented, but this one is much more inclusive.
I was very interested to learn that a cactus means "Warmth; Our love
shall endure". I always felt that Nick's cactus was a gift (he wouldn't
be foolish enough to buy one himself, would he?)--but perhaps it was a
gift with a message!

Your very humble & most obedient servant,


Date:    Fri, 18 Apr 2003 14:13:58 -0500
From:    Sami Swan Thompson <tsigili@e.......>
Subject: Re: blood glucose

Megan wrote:
> Speaking of blood sources, it occured to me recently...
> what would happen if a vampire got ahold of some diabetic's
> blood?  Say, something with a glucose (sugar) level of
> 600 or so?  Anyone wanna see a hyper vamp?

Wouldn't a level of 600 be fatal?  Oh, never mind, that's
beside the point.  We're talking vampires here, right?
Do you suppose it would be kinda like infusing them with
straight maple syrup?  Would they get so hyper that they'd
be running in circles?  You know, like little kids after
too much birthday cake... They might even buzz, like bees.

Just imagine The Raven filled with hyper little vamps, all
bumping into each other, talking non-stop - it'd be like
hummingbirds, dressed for a funeral.  <shudder>
Too frightening.


Sami Swan Thompson
tsigili@e.......         SAVOR EVERY DAY!
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Date:    Fri, 18 Apr 2003 15:24:06 -0700
From:    Cheryl <doughboy2@c.......>
Subject: Re: blood glucose

Speaking as a diabetic, the 600 would kill the person oir close to it.  But
to a vampire, head rush and they would adjust it, and be fine.  Stay safe.
Cheryl Pillsbury


Date:    Fri, 18 Apr 2003 15:22:17 EDT
From:    KaAG@a.......
Subject: Re: blood glucose

Wouldn't a level of 600 be fatal?  Oh, never mind, that's
beside the point.  We're talking vampires here, right?

Actually, no it isn't... it's not exactly healthy (this is the nurse
speaking... no matter how much that vampire is paying you, do not neglect to
take your insulin) but I've seen blood glucoses over 1000 and the person was
still breathing (maybe not exactly coherant though).

I can see it now... a new exotic drink on the Raven's private menus...
"Diabetic Coma: for that extra special kick".. served with a little
umbrella...not to be confused with that curare laced stuff for the hard core



Date:    Fri, 18 Apr 2003 15:44:36 -0700
From:    Cheryl <doughboy2@c.......>
Subject: Re: blood glucose

I take four shots a day.  600 to 1000 or worse is very dangerous.  Those
numbers would cause some heavy damage.  But a vampire would only get light
headed and their healing powers would kick in and their fine.  Stay safe.


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