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Teenage Wildlife Guestbook January 2000

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Did someone just stick their nose under my kilt???
Kali (Posted from IP: 63.24.236.251)
USA - Monday, January 31, 2000 at 22:51:03 (EST)
It never ceases to amaze me.. How people will stick their noses into situations that don't even concern them... Well, don't be surprised if the nose gets swatted. AND.....I didn't know that there where still people that needed someone else to tell them what to think? Sad...
Coldfyr (Posted from IP: 24.4.254.69)
USA - Monday, January 31, 2000 at 21:10:37 (EST)
AAAAAHHHCHOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!! Sorry bout that... Damn head cold :( Kali..... I'll think of you when I have to put on a long sleeved shirt In the dead of winter here .brrrrrr!!!!! ;). You know the crushed ice in the margarita gives me the chills sometimes!! All that blushing MUST be keeping you a tad bit warm tho? Jeaj has the right idea!!! LMAO :) ( EZ Access baybeh! hey,hey,hey!)
UpperRespiratoryInfectionFyr (Theraflu@ugh.com) (Posted from IP: 24.4.254.69)
The warm spot deep down in the cockles of the heart.. or the sub-cockles., CA USA - Monday, January 31, 2000 at 18:40:20 (EST)
The line I find amusing in Telling Lies is: "Standing in the mouth of all that's pure." Having one's hand over one's mouth indicates that one is lying. Standing in the mouth of a volcano would imply daring/danger. And a mouth (anyone's mouth) is anything but pure! The images drive me wild! Love this song!
Nevada Kerr (Posted from IP: 198.112.12.11)
USA - Monday, January 31, 2000 at 18:12:39 (EST)
KMSV, well I always think that 'Telling Lies', as the first song db released on the net, is about the net and his and our place on it. "Gorgeous KMSVs are bound to meet to talk of shoes and Daves and toefoo, through the chromasomes of space and time..." For some people, especially when they first go online, the net is all about fibbing.
Margot (Posted from IP: 203.27.80.33)
- Monday, January 31, 2000 at 17:08:04 (EST)
Nice One KMSV! UMM Telling Lies I'm sure is filled with the usual obscure references none of us can really pick up on. The Survive Live single is Excellant. They should in addition to Live and Well release a complete Living room tour cd culled from the various six shows. Good Mixing Mr. Plati. I still miss Reeves. He's the balls of the band, but quite pleasantly prefer Sterling Campbell. Also it's nice to hear Garson on these live tracks he is the best.Peace All!
NITEFLITE (niteflite@teenagewildlife.com) (Posted from IP: 207.124.139.156)
new york, ny USA - Monday, January 31, 2000 at 15:29:56 (EST)
Yea, JBP, I don't get why nuts of a feather flock together. :) hahahahaha!
KMSV (Posted from IP: 209.3.111.181)
USA - Monday, January 31, 2000 at 14:58:56 (EST)
you know what I don't get? what all those "croydon" jokes are all about...
sQ (Posted from IP: 24.113.31.226)
- Monday, January 31, 2000 at 14:44:13 (EST)
KMSV: There is a lot of things "you just dont get" eh?
johnny's best pal (Posted from IP: 62.125.145.164)
Croydon, UK - Monday, January 31, 2000 at 14:32:42 (EST)
Telling Lies? Well i dont know all the lyrics, but I am quite familiar with the phrase "Telling Lies"! .... amazed at how certain people can so blatantly make fools of themselves and then pretend they are all peachy to all the unknowing people.
sq (Posted from IP: 24.113.31.227)
- Monday, January 31, 2000 at 14:23:16 (EST)
Maybe somebody here can explain the song "Telling Lies" to me. I just don't get it...
KMSV (Posted from IP: 209.3.111.181)
USA - Monday, January 31, 2000 at 13:11:43 (EST)
Also: That live Survive disc is a killer. Great stuff. And even though Hedwig's final performance was set for last night, a glowing "closing" review in the Times sold out the show all last week, so it has gotten a reprieve until at least Valentines Day. If you haven't, you gotta. The album got nominated for a Grammy, BTW. And the movie is set to be filmed in Toronto starting in May, according to Vin Scelsa last night.
rancell (Posted from IP: 206.234.239.150)
NYC, NY USA - Monday, January 31, 2000 at 10:48:07 (EST)
Hey Pam, thanks a lot for posting the note about the Up Close show. I hadn't seen anything in the radio columns--and I also hadn't put that station on since its Kit Kat Klub promotion at the beginning of November. I tuned into the show last night, missing the beginning, and although it was hardly revelatory, it sure seemed comprehensive, going through the late 70s step by step, leaving the past 20 years for next week, presumably. I really liked the shots both Dan-O and Bowie took at Giuliani. Bowie's emphasis that the acquisition of Sensations for the 'net occurred long before the campaign publicity, and that his service offers it for free, was pretty funny. A page one Times article last fall had strongly suggested that Bowie was making money off of the show, and Bowie in fact confirmed that, in a funny way: because of Giuliani's posturing, the number of Sensations viewers at Bowienet--they expected "a trickle" each day, Bowie said--grew to the hundreds of thousands. I plan to catch part 3 in its entirety next Sunday.
rancell (Posted from IP: 206.234.239.150)
NYC, NY USA - Monday, January 31, 2000 at 10:45:09 (EST)
My Commentary on Access Magazine's recent review of Hours: Everything Bowie did up to and including Scary Monsters was Spasmodic. After "Scary," Bowie went into remission. If he "appears" to desire to be all things to all people--you are missing the Sardonic Grin! Bowie's hollow "Salaams" are wonderfully satirical and extremely sarcastic! Forever the Trickster-Charmer/the Gentle Man, his polite politics "Damn with Faint Praise!" Always remember that Bowie's recent "masterpieces" are not mere "placebos." Bowie uses "euphemism" and "honey-tongued" words/music to Bespatter! The Lampooning in NLMD, BTWN, TBOS, Outside, Earthling and Hours is full of the trickster's tricks. The well-mannered/polished DB on bended knee showing mental calmness and reconciliation to all people is a very hypnotic and quite intentional lie. Both the music and the lyrics as well as Bowie's voice convey this. Bowie is never bland. Anti-spasmodic maybe. But never bland!
Nevada Kerr (Posted from IP: 198.112.12.10)
USA - Monday, January 31, 2000 at 10:20:27 (EST)
The "Shallow Man's" vanity leads to a "Big Mistake," a "Big Hurt." In the Sea of Sham: "I think I see beneath your makeup/your highlife disguise." "We smiled too fast/don't look me in the eye." This is some thing they can't put a good smiling face on even with "money for a change of face." But still his lover trys to "hold her head up high." She gives herself "airs," desperate to maintain her dignity. Bowie uses an overwrought voice in "Something in the Air," to convey the smugness/insincerity of the relationship, a sham from the start: "I danced with you too long." He danced attendance on, pretended to long. At one time this "couple" was all the rage--now "they have nothing left to say." Once they were "fabulous lovers listening to the storm." Now they have "raged for the last time." Obviously Bowie is at a loss for the words. He even stutters: "can't think of a thing to say." Perhaps there's a thunderbolt of karmic justice in the air? Is this "the sentence of their lives" bringing "sentience" to life...?
Nevada Kerr (Posted from IP: 198.112.12.10)
USA - Monday, January 31, 2000 at 09:16:37 (EST)
***BLUSH***
Kali (Posted from IP: 63.24.236.27)
No Comment, USA - Monday, January 31, 2000 at 08:32:59 (EST)
THERMALS !!!! Surely not !!! That would defeat the whole purpose of the kilt - the easy access !!!
Jeaj (jeej@globalnet.co.uk) (Posted from IP: 148.176.232.52)
Land of the kilted man, SCOTLAND - Monday, January 31, 2000 at 04:41:43 (EST)
Kali innocent? and... humble? yeaaaaa...riiiiiiggghhtt!! One has to wonder tho...This time of year.. dya think he might forsake the kilt for some thermal underwear? And..He DID Start it ;) < CF.. just sitting on a loungechair by the pool and laffin' >
Coldfyr (internetRejex@WhamBamThankeeMaam) (Posted from IP: 165.157.32.151)
Where the Sun REALLY works, CA USA - Monday, January 31, 2000 at 04:14:17 (EST)
Jeaj, you're making me wish I was in Scotland drooling over guys in kilts... easy access indeed! hehe
Alys (alpalmer@ucalgary.ca) (Posted from IP: 207.34.94.238)
Calgary, Canada - Sunday, January 30, 2000 at 22:41:26 (EST)
Hello..and oh..umm... THE CURE BLOODFLOWERS out FEB 15,2000...Do yourself a favour and BUY IT...OR MAYBE MORE THAN 1 COPY...xxoo
pFuRs (Posted from IP: 38.234.89.10)
USA - Sunday, January 30, 2000 at 21:40:15 (EST)
Coldfyr.......HE would ;-)
Spidey (Spidey@Teenagewildlife.com) (Posted from IP: 194.42.232.75)
UK - Sunday, January 30, 2000 at 15:16:03 (EST)
hi bowie fans! I'm searching for background information about the BBC Baal movie with David Bowie in 1982. I have to make an essay abuot it and I can't find any kind of information about it... so please help!!! the kind of informationm I need is - like what was interesting (motivation) for David Bowie acting in the film - or just any kind of informaiton, any critics, anything? - which intentions did John Willett and Allan Clarke have? - was the film successful? - please I'm seeking for any information Thanks Tania
Tania (minilot@gmx.de) (Posted from IP: 139.18.111.136)
Germany - Sunday, January 30, 2000 at 11:30:28 (EST)
Moi?? I'm just a humble Bowie fan... =;->
Kali (Posted from IP: 63.24.236.88)
Lookin' Innocent in the Frozen NorthEast, USA - Sunday, January 30, 2000 at 00:32:51 (EST)
Spidey... HE ( points finger at Kali) started it!!!!! :PPPPPP
Coldfyr of the Foothils (chickenlips@zooropa.com) (Posted from IP: 24.4.254.69)
Carlton Hills Country Club, CA USA - Saturday, January 29, 2000 at 23:13:24 (EST)
Any time, Hans-Erik!
Just give a buzz, and we'll set something up. :)

Bew (bewlay@online.no) (Posted from IP: 148.122.66.36)
Oslo - Saturday, January 29, 2000 at 14:41:49 (EST)
Fripper....have a good trip :-) Kali!!!!!! what's this about fishnets and stuff ROFLMAO.....I dunno, turn my back for a minute ;-) **Spidey tuts** ;-)
Spidey (Spidey@Teenagewildlife.com) (Posted from IP: 194.42.232.116)
UK - Friday, January 28, 2000 at 18:40:03 (EST)
Lilith and Bewlay: Let`s have a Bowie party in oslo soon!!!
Hans-Erik (haoverla@online.no) (Posted from IP: 148.122.66.52)
sarpsborg, Norway - Friday, January 28, 2000 at 17:25:37 (EST)
Yeah, I experienced FIRST HAND what you Swedes will do for money, bro! ;-) And now Montage is copying off of ME these days? Well hell...(hehehe)
Kali (Posted from IP: 63.24.237.46)
All out of Kroner, USA - Friday, January 28, 2000 at 16:34:23 (EST)
Thanks a bunch Coldfyr!! I had a feeling there'd be a bunch of them over there, but I probably would have missed them all without some directions. I am after all the individual who spent two weeks in Paris without finding the legendary Planet Rock Is @llright!

Kali, I'm sorry I spilled the beans like that. But you know how easy we Swedes are... we'll do anything for money. Besides, Montage only performs in fishnets these days, so you needn't feel alone with your little... um, peculiarity.

Now get off your asses and go buy the new Primal Scream album you all! It ROCKS!!!

Frippertronic (Posted from IP: 194.236.215.76)
- Friday, January 28, 2000 at 15:58:44 (EST)
Radio station Q104FM in NYC is having a three part special called "Up Close with Dan Neer" featuring David Bowie. Part 1 was last Sunday Jan. 23, Part 2 is Jan 30 at 11:00pm and Part 3 is Feb. 6 at 11:00pm. It features music from "hours", music from the past and current interviews with David.
Pam (lady_stardust_98@yahoo.com) (Posted from IP: 199.43.48.22)
NYC, NY USA - Friday, January 28, 2000 at 13:30:31 (EST)
Quick someone!!!!!! Kick my sorry ass outside it's beautiful out there and I am here??????? ARRGHHH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! But it's the kilts that keeping me indoors LOL!!
CF (Posted from IP: 24.4.254.69)
running in circles, USA - Friday, January 28, 2000 at 12:42:25 (EST)
FRIPP!!!! That was supposed to be OUR SECRET!!!! =;->
Kali (Posted from IP: 63.24.236.68)
Skall du ha stryk pojk???, USA - Friday, January 28, 2000 at 12:24:36 (EST)
Ok. Jeaj you got it! But, is Scotland ready for me ? After all ..I am one of the " Mad Irish " HAHAHAHA!! Those poor Scotsmen!! I dunno if they can handle me.. :) Now.. the question is.. when can I go so it's in the time frame that I can terrorize Kali whilst there? hmmm.. * Contemplates bringing one those REALLY big fans with her to get some GREAT photos!!!* I did that in the Airport here once to the Hare Krishnas in their Sarongs... You know... they don't wear anything under those either ??????????????
Coldfyr (Posted from IP: 24.4.254.69)
Carlton Oaks Country Club, USA - Friday, January 28, 2000 at 11:38:20 (EST)
Fripper...Too many to list!!! But go to the University District... THat's where most of em are.. BTW- My mother found the Santa Monica Box set still in shrink wrap at Tower records there :) There used to be one place in the Pike Street Market that was good.. it was on the second or third level.. I don't quite remember.. It's been 2 1/2 years since I've been in Seattle. Have fun on your trip :)
Coldfyr (Posted from IP: 24.4.254.69)
Ex-Seattleite, USA - Friday, January 28, 2000 at 11:22:45 (EST)
Oh, and one more thing. Ramsey: I know for a fact that Kaliman already wears fishnets under his kilt. It's a part of the new modernist bagpiper movement - "going regimental" has become obsolete, so nowadays they call it "going experimental" instead. Scotland just isn't what it used to be.
Frippertronic (Posted from IP: 194.236.214.155)
- Friday, January 28, 2000 at 10:03:25 (EST)
Is there anyone out there who lives in Seattle that could recommend any local record shops to an earnest and loving DB-fan? I would be most grateful for any recommendations. I've never been in Seattle, but due to an ironic fate, I'll touch down there on Sunday with just enough time to do a little record hunting.
Frippertronic (frippertronic@hotmail.com) (Posted from IP: 194.236.214.155)
Le Stockholm, La Suede - Friday, January 28, 2000 at 09:57:01 (EST)
Jeaj -- thanks for the warning; when I'm there in August I'll be sure to have me trews on when I see you and Angela! LOL And Coldfyr: did you know that during WWI the Germans called the Highland Regiments "The Ladies From Hell"?? LOL I think that would make a good title for a Bowie song, don't you? Maybe it's time he and I teamed up for a duet ;-)
Kali (Posted from IP: 63.24.236.112)
Practicing for August, USA - Friday, January 28, 2000 at 08:56:42 (EST)
Coldfyr - never mind that 'Men in SKIRTS' (GRRRRRR) site - if you want to see the real thing then you'll just have to come over here :-) Best thing about kilts to us Scotswomen - EASY ACCESS !!!! BTW - I'd like to see anyone tell a Scotsman he was wearing a SKIRT !!!! ROFL !!!!!
Jeaj (jeej@globalnet.co.uk) (Posted from IP: 148.176.232.37)
Land of the kilted men, SCOTLAND - Friday, January 28, 2000 at 04:47:08 (EST)
WEll,,, OK, ok ok... It's like the GI Joe dolls... they aren't dolls.. they are " Action Figures" :ppp As for the mirrors... I had 'em glued on before a St.Mick's Parade YEARS AGO!!! Why?....uhmm.. so I could check my makeup ? Yea! That's it!!!
Coldfyr (Posted from IP: 24.4.254.69)
I Stand Corrected, USA - Thursday, January 27, 2000 at 20:09:07 (EST)
Good luck with your move, Helen/Lilith!!
Kali (Posted from IP: 63.24.236.230)
Movers & Shakers, USA - Thursday, January 27, 2000 at 12:27:46 (EST)
Coldfyr: *real* men don't wear skirts -- we wear KILTS! There's a bit of a difference! LOL And why do you have mirrors strapped to the top of your shoes???? **blush**
Kali (Posted from IP: 63.24.236.202)
Piping away in , NJ USA - Thursday, January 27, 2000 at 08:37:20 (EST)
Just to let you all know : I have moved, and am for the time being offline. I wont be able to check my e-mail for a while. I am now in an Internet-cafe writing this. I miss you all, and will try to get back online soon...:)
Helen/Lilith (Posted from IP: 193.216.10.12)
Oslo, Norway - Thursday, January 27, 2000 at 08:28:05 (EST)
ohhhhh You simply must go here.... Alys and Ramsey... it's a yummy site :P~~~~~ Men in Skirts
Coldfyr (Posted from IP: 24.4.254.69)
who should REALLY be hitting the books instead of leering at kilted men, USA - Thursday, January 27, 2000 at 01:08:02 (EST)
Nawwwwwwwwwwwwwww..................I am not gonna say it. nononononononononono...but.....but......Oh Gawd,.... this is too good.!! Kali....HAHAHA.... Check yer email.... * if ya dare* * CF- Laffing her butt off *
Coldfyr (Posted from IP: 24.4.254.69)
supposed to be studying for a trauma class..but this is more fun!, USA - Thursday, January 27, 2000 at 00:53:57 (EST)
Wow -- what a thought -- Kali in fishnets and a kilt *drool*. Hey Kali, I have an extra pair of fishnets if you ever feel motivated ;)
Alys (alpalmer@ucalgary.ca) (Posted from IP: 207.34.94.238)
Calgary, Canada - Wednesday, January 26, 2000 at 23:45:43 (EST)
Leave it to Ramsey to have fantasties about me in my kilt! ***BLUSH*** Yes, I used to be so innocent when I started here...then Fripper and Shai visited and I took them down to Philly to see Ramsey and Patti...I haven't been the same since! ;-)
Kali (Posted from IP: 63.24.236.230)
Noting that the only things worn under a kilt are shoes & socks in, NJ USA - Wednesday, January 26, 2000 at 23:30:39 (EST)
Shame? Shame? we don't need no stinking' shame!!! MWAHAHAHA!!! * putting on her mirrored shoes to go kilt leering again*
Coldfyr (Posted from IP: 24.4.254.69)
somewhere offa I-5, CA USA - Wednesday, January 26, 2000 at 20:10:48 (EST)
Well, I've dropped in to say we should all be ashamed of ourselves. Look at dear Kaliman making lewd jokes!! When I first met the poor dear he was so young and innocent. He is totally corrupted now! Next thing you knwo he'll have fishnets on under that kilt. Oh my.....
Ramsey (ramsey@dca.net) (Posted from IP: 216.158.21.6)
Dreaming my Kali in fishnets..., USA - Wednesday, January 26, 2000 at 18:49:22 (EST)
Hey Hallu, only one thing to do: - hike up yer britches over that crack and be a plummer! ;)
RaMOANa (ramoana@earthling.net) (Posted from IP: 199.227.249.143)
Sunshine State, USA - Wednesday, January 26, 2000 at 14:08:46 (EST)
hehehe =;->
Kali (Posted from IP: 63.24.236.122)
USA - Wednesday, January 26, 2000 at 12:26:46 (EST)
To all the DAVID BOWIE Fans out there! He's nominated at the 1999 Free Choice Music Awards and you can still vote for him. Check out this URL: http://www.angelfire.com/music/awards You can win an exclusive CD Album of your choice!
SUBMIT

Chris (Posted from IP: 132.252.181.13)
USA - Wednesday, January 26, 2000 at 10:40:40 (EST)
In the song, "Seven," Bowie sings "On a bridge of violent people, I was small enough to cry." The "little people," an ancient race of pagan people associated with bridge-making, were almost wiped out by the Holy Roman Empire. Pushed into remote districts and driven "underground," they were demonized into myths about tiny spirits who did evil: "Shake your little head/tap your little tail--Think small." "A small jean genie snuck off/walking on Snow White." Bowie "could not take on the church," "till our feet grow small/till our tails fall off." He knows who the "small friends" are. They are those who loved knowledge and held out against the Church? Perhaps. Has anyone else ever questioned DB's interest in fairy tales and little people? In "Man in the Middle," Bowie sings "he glides above the realms, makes you feel quite small!"
Nevada Kerr (Posted from IP: 198.112.12.10)
USA - Wednesday, January 26, 2000 at 10:16:57 (EST)
In the song, "Seven," Bowie sings "On a bridge of violent people, I was small enough to cry." The "little people," an ancient race of pagan people associated with bridge-making, were almost wiped out by the Holy Roman Empire. Pushed into remote districts and driven "underground," they were demonized into myths about tiny spirits who did evil: "Shake your little head/tap your little tail--Think small." "A small jean genie snuck off/walking on Snow White." Bowie "could not take on the church," "till our feet grow small/till our tails fall off." He knows who the "small friends" are. They are those who loved knowledge and held out against the Church? Perhaps. Has anyone else ever questioned DB's interest in fairy tales and little people? In "Man in the Middle," Bowie sings "he glides above the realms, makes you feel quite small!"
Nevada Kerr (Posted from IP: 198.112.12.10)
USA - Wednesday, January 26, 2000 at 10:16:00 (EST)
OMG KALI! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!! or should I say " Meow"? ROTFLMAO
Coldfyr (Posted from IP: 24.4.254.69)
Cathouse, USA - Wednesday, January 26, 2000 at 00:58:52 (EST)
Thanks for the photo of your, ahem, "cat", ColdFyr! :-) Poor Hallu and his dreams...
Kali (Posted from IP: 63.17.126.105)
Admiring Coldfyr's pussy, Catsville - Tuesday, January 25, 2000 at 19:45:48 (EST)
Poor Hallu!!! I entered the "nightmare to photo ratio" of the kitty picture and it came back as being only 1:7x104 which means you will only have one nightmare a week for 2 years.. hey,,,no problem!!!!!! :) Besides... Kali is still laffing at it... hahahaha
Coldfyr (Posted from IP: 24.4.254.69)
downstream from Hallu's place, CA USA - Tuesday, January 25, 2000 at 19:06:57 (EST)
Oy gevalt what a day, last night a pipe burst above my apartment, so my kitchen was turned into a make-shift swimming pool, now they have to replace the ceiling, the linoleum in the kitchen, and this and that. And of course I got caught in the snow driving home, 30 mph for two hours, what fun.

And Coldfyr, that picture is going to give me nightmares for the next few years :-).

Hallu

Hallu (bplummer@maine.rr.com) (Posted from IP: 24.25.164.22)
Portland, ME USA - Tuesday, January 25, 2000 at 12:17:45 (EST)
HAHA Kali!!.. check your email.. You have to remember.. I didn't want to incur the punishment of out of tune bagpipes if I sent too big a file :)))) heh.. now I gotta find some special pictures to send MWAHAHAHA!! * gives Kali some throwing stars *
Coldfyr (Posted from IP: 24.4.254.69)
San Diego, CA USA - Tuesday, January 25, 2000 at 11:24:06 (EST)
Hi Margot. Your interpretation is right on target! In Sex and The Church, Bowie recites: "All Religions' Mother." In the inspired Scriptures, what is said in a universal sense of the virgin mother, the Church, is understood in a particular sense of the Virgin Mary. In a way, every Christian is also believed to be a bride of God's Word, a mother of Christ, his daughter and his sister. Christ dwelt for nine months in the "tabernacle of Mary's womb." He will dwell for ever in the Love of each faithful soul. Bowie sings: "Love, gets me to the church on time." "The Church of Man, Love is such a Holy Place to be." Even in Sexual Ecstasy: "I put all I have in another bed in the cellar of a church with the door ajar." Perhaps Bowie subconsciously believed the church was "the court of final appeal," "where his lot was cast." Therefore--"He could not take on the church." But in the songs "Heaven's in Here," and "Loving the Alien," he attempts to decode the joys of the flesh in relation to spirit...
Nevada Kerr (Posted from IP: 198.112.12.10)
USA - Tuesday, January 25, 2000 at 10:33:41 (EST)
Coldfyr: you never sent *ME* a picture of your cat! :-(
Kali (Posted from IP: 63.24.236.165)
Pouting in , NJ USA - Tuesday, January 25, 2000 at 08:07:55 (EST)
Thanks everyone for your good wishes - its really great being an Auntie - she's a lovely wee girl :-) SPIDEY - I think its fixed now !!
Jeaj (jeej@globalnet.co.uk) (Posted from IP: 148.176.232.3)
Falkirk, SCOTLAND - Tuesday, January 25, 2000 at 05:08:27 (EST)
Hallu? post away!!! oh.. you already did.. heh.. I need to email ya with a picture of my cat :)
Coldfyr (coldfyr1@davidbowie.com) (Posted from IP: 24.4.254.69)
USA - Tuesday, January 25, 2000 at 02:24:25 (EST)
JEAJ....or should I say Aunty Jeaj ;-) I'm trying to send you an e-mail, but they keep bouncing back :-( lemme know when you've got it sorted and I'll send it again :-)
Spidey (Spidey@Teenagewildlife.com) (Posted from IP: 194.42.232.99)
UK - Tuesday, January 25, 2000 at 01:44:33 (EST)
Umm... don't really have much to say, just wanted to post, go figure.

Hallu

Hallu (bplummer@maine.rr.com) (Posted from IP: 24.25.164.22)
Portland, ME USA - Monday, January 24, 2000 at 23:10:46 (EST)
In Thursday's Child, the protagonist is "shuffling days and nights," "shuffling" time. The Shuffler (Pirate-Pretender/Magician-Opportunist) de-ranges/re-arranges the order of time and space. Change and Agitation are what the Trickster-Thief promotes: "Throw me tomorrow" or "Throw me an opportunity." But this fated tarot-card Shuffler, perhaps Bowie himself, is buying in the cheapest and selling in the dearest market. For David, Bowie Bonds were the direct opposite of "making the best of a bad bargain." "Born right out of his time," or "Every second chance, it was detoured." But since "we are swimming in a sea of sham," and this is a "razor sharp crap shoot affair," the Shuffler decides to de-range the cards. "In walks luck, and he looks in time." When one's hour comes, who wants to be "wise" after the event! Bowie the gambler/speculator with his bag of blind bargains tempts fate in Thursday's Child. Why not try the "lucky old sun in his sky?" Nothing/Something happens. And still it's "only make believe!"
Nevada Kerr (Posted from IP: 198.112.12.10)
USA - Monday, January 24, 2000 at 10:20:51 (EST)
Congrats, Jeaj! Being an auntie is the best - I'm so proud of nieces and nephews and love them to bits. Have fun!
Margot (Posted from IP: 203.27.80.33)
- Sunday, January 23, 2000 at 17:18:26 (EST)
That's quite interesting, Nevada. Have you seen The Last Temptation of Christ? Nice spin on the story - with the big temptation being (unless my memory is up to its usual tricks) to come down off the cross and live out a normal life with marriage to Mary Magdalene, kids etc. Nevertheless I think Bowie's song is referring to the more orthodox/biblical Christian teaching of the church as bride of Christ. My reason for this interpretation is the line: "Though the idea of conversion is said to be the union of Christ and his bride, the Christian, it's all very puzzling." He goes on to sing that other religions are less neurotic about sex although Christianity is meant to be about this 'union'. I can't hear the lyric clearly - does he sing "Christianity has been pretty muddled about sex"?
Margot (Posted from IP: 203.108.0.58)
- Sunday, January 23, 2000 at 02:24:29 (EST)
Jeaj!! Congrats... that is VERY cool :) Have lotsa fun being Auntie ..There's nothing quite like having a baby around to fuss over huh ? :)
Coldfyr (Posted from IP: 24.4.254.69)
San Diego, CA USA - Saturday, January 22, 2000 at 18:47:02 (EST)
Yay Jeaj!!!!!! Congrats to you and your family!!!!!!! Yay!!!!!!!
Kali (Posted from IP: 63.24.236.235)
Piping the new tune "Kira Ashlynn of Falkirk" on the Great Highland PIpes in , NJ USA - Saturday, January 22, 2000 at 00:41:13 (EST)
Wooooohoooooo Jeaj!!! Congrats to your sis, your family and to you!!! I bet you'll make a great aunt! And remember: babies like milk....not Morgan's! xoxoxox Fridaaaaa
Fridaaaaa (info@vanrees.net) (Posted from IP: 194.109.135.33)
Hollanda - Friday, January 21, 2000 at 19:57:53 (EST)
Hi all - just to let you know that I am NOW AN AUNTIE !! My wee sister had a little girl, Kira Ashlynn, at 8.21pm tonight ! :-) Now I'm off to spend all mu bonus on baby things :-)
Jeaj (jeej@globalnet.co.uk) (Posted from IP: 195.147.145.22)
Falkirk, SCOTLAND - Friday, January 21, 2000 at 19:26:27 (EST)
"Shall we shag now or shall we shag later, Lucy"! Hahahahahhaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa! NOW, David, NOW!!!!! (it's gotta be a sign. coincidence? i think not)
Lucy (Ophelia266@aol.com) (Posted from IP: 24.25.164.22)
USA - Friday, January 21, 2000 at 14:19:41 (EST)
Hi Margot. In response to your interesting question made on Sunday July 16: I would dare to suggest that Jesus Christ was married to Mary Magdalen and that their descendants carried on his holy bloodline in Western Europe. There is compelling evidence for the existence of the Bride of Christ--the same enigmatic woman who anointed him with precious "Chrism" from her "Alabaster Jar." The Woman with the Alabaster Jar is a quest for the Forgotten Goddess, for a time when God was a Woman! Magdalen, the Great Mary, was one of the Holy Hours. The Hours of course being the Divine Graces or The Three Fates: Creatress-Past, Preserver-Present, Destroyer-Future and again and again... Mara means Twilight Goblin and Glimmering Morning Dew: Life into Death into Life. It's very "She Shook Me Cold" and "Lady Grinning Soul." Of course, with a little Ramona Stone meets Baby Grace, for good measure! Well that's my take on it...Take Care.
Nevada Kerr (Posted from IP: 198.112.12.10)
USA - Friday, January 21, 2000 at 12:14:51 (EST)
In Bowie's latest single, "Survive," the protagonist states: "I've got Ears and Eyes and Nothing in my life." Perhaps one of the reasons why he has "Nothing" in his life is because he only trusts his Ears and his Eyes. The Mind's Eye Dreams, and the Dreamer's Ear "listens to the storm." Ordinary eyes and ears do not. Faith and Wonder are not born of the "Light," (All the lights are fading now) nor are they born of "Certainty." They are born of the shadows (listen/speak to the shadows). The Dreamer beckoned by "the hymns of night," asks "wheres the morning in my life?" "He is always a little late for the Dawning of the Day." For him, mere "survival" may not be enough: "Where's the sense in Staying Right?" When our gods forget & our angels despair, we are their "Dead Dreams."
Nevada Kerr (Posted from IP: 198.112.12.10)
USA - Friday, January 21, 2000 at 11:17:24 (EST)
Margot.. Dunno either .... I asked HJ 'bout wavs too.. He didn't know :( I suppose we just have to wait... I am trying to be optimistic here about it. ch-ch-ch-changes.... hope it's good changes.
Coldfyr (Posted from IP: 24.4.254.69)
SD, USA - Friday, January 21, 2000 at 10:46:59 (EST)
What will the implications of WeTalk's partnership with UltraStar be for BowieNet chat? Anyone know for sure? Is it true that we will no longer be able to use MIRC or MS Chat, for example? Will we lose the ability to play with nicknames and do "actions"? May sound silly but truly, this is half the fun for some of us and every web-based chat interface I have ever seen has been... PANTS.
Margot (Posted from IP: 203.27.80.33)
- Friday, January 21, 2000 at 01:32:56 (EST)
The whole Gisborn fiasco is not a unique thing to happen to many concert events in New Zealand - You may of heard of the ill fated "sweetwaters" music festival that was held just out of Auckland in January '99 - the organisers "doctored" ticket sales and pretended that much tickets had been sold than had actuall been sold. This resulted in the concert going ahead - but many musicians such as Elvis Costello, and many of New Zealands music groups did not get paid a cewnt for performing. I think this illustrute what a completeley clueless bunch of people there are with respect to organising such events as the Gisbourne 2000 concert with Bowie playing, the only succesful event that has managed to work is the big day out (playing today jan 21 2000) which has nine inch nails, chemical bros, blink 182 and more playing (always a punk/rock/alternative festival) which is organised in Australia NOT in New Zealand (even though the concert is in Auckland as well Australian cities). Just goes to show that once again the Aussies are better at doing something than New Zealanders.
Starman (spaceboy@galore.com) (Posted from IP: 139.80.16.77)
Dunedin, New Zealand - Thursday, January 20, 2000 at 16:00:57 (EST)
Thursday's Child: Thor's Dice can Fall Either Way because he is a god of the Cross-roads, the Crucial Decision. For Thursday's Child there is Just One Living Chance because "Everything's falling into place." The Final hours are crucial. The Master of Thunder/The God of Chance, Thor "throws you tomorrow." But as a god of Mischief and the Unforeseen, it's always a gamble! In the song Thursday's Child, Bowie uses that "inexpectation" to exploit the paradox of hope and fate. Survival is both promised and threatened by that certain/uncertain "Something in the Air"--a "Bolt of thunder/out of the blue." But we all know Bowie never does anything "out of the blue!"
Nevada Kerr (Posted from IP: 198.112.12.10)
USA - Wednesday, January 19, 2000 at 10:12:32 (EST)
Niteflight: Thank you for the opportunity but I have said it all before, and I would not want to deprive females here, of their birthright 'TEENAGE WILDLIFE' guestbook bytes .
Miss Stubbs (Posted from IP: 195.232.120.121)
Sayphic City, USA - Tuesday, January 18, 2000 at 17:22:57 (EST)
BOWIE is a juxtaposition of dark and light. Thought i'd just make random statement.TTFN.
L.T.R (Posted from IP: 195.92.67.37)
U.K - Tuesday, January 18, 2000 at 16:24:59 (EST)
Thursday's Child as Thief and Trickster: Shape-Changer and World-Maker, the trickster-thief is elusive. As a shape-shifter whose "sensibility" sometimes changes with his form, he sometimes "forgets" what he is doing. The Clever Fool is a culture "hero" and "destructive" influence--often at one and the same time: "Lighting the darkness of my soul." The Thieving Trickster is an "advocate of uncertainty." He draws a boundary for chaos, so that we can make sense of the rest. He is the "Shadow that shapes the light." Trickster is a Sacred Clown full of sly humor, ambivalence and duality: The last three Bowie albums all reveal the trickster at work: Outside/Earthling/Hours...
Nevada Kerr (Posted from IP: 198.112.12.10)
USA - Tuesday, January 18, 2000 at 12:06:53 (EST)
oH MY gOD! Valerie Solanas is alive and well on the guest book. Tell me more about this male extermination you sad little self hating thing. It sounds so Facist--I love it!
NITEFLITE (Posted from IP: 207.124.139.156)
BILLYBURG, NY USA - Tuesday, January 18, 2000 at 11:49:18 (EST)
Another Very Bowie" thing about Thursday's Child: The Nursery Rhyme, Monday's Child simply tells of "lucky" or "unlucky" days for a child to be born on. There is more than one version of the popular ryhme. In Cornwall and Scotland Tuesday's Children are 'solemn and sad', Wednesday's are 'merry and glad' and THURSDAY'S are 'Inclined to THEIVING.' In the book "Best Quotations for All Ocassions" edited by Lewis C. Henry, there is a version in which Thursday's child is "merry and glad." And didn't David, our beloved thief of all thieves, say that although the hours album was about the regret/grief/sorrow of friends, he himself was very "merry and glad." The nursery rhyme, like bowie's songs is open to multiple intrepretations. In ancient oral traditions and myth, the shape-shifter/story-teller creates a tale that can "Morph" and "Re-morph" every time its told or heard, re-told and re-heard. And that is quintessential Bowie!
Nevada Kerr (Posted from IP: 198.112.12.10)
USA - Tuesday, January 18, 2000 at 11:31:34 (EST)
Christian Bale & Willem Dafoe are hardly bad actors, I can't wait to see Willem in the Animal Factory & Shadow of the Vampire. But I personally dislike novels being made into movies, since there are very few that do it well, the only one that comes to mind at this early hour and without having any coffee is Mother Night. Vonnegut actually working with the screenwriter and actually being on the set made it come out correctly. Film versions of plays never seemed right either, but I could go on forever, so I'll stop now . . .

Hallu

Hallu (bplummer@maine.rr.com) (Posted from IP: 24.25.164.22)
Portland, ME USA - Tuesday, January 18, 2000 at 07:18:19 (EST)
Hoorah! Margots back yippee.Its nice for you to drop in again Margot.We have missed you at the library.In the light of such filthy male indulgent fantasy books like "American Psycho", we need more xx support than ever before the great male extermination begins.
Miss Stubbs (Posted from IP: 212.211.8.156)
USA - Monday, January 17, 2000 at 16:57:59 (EST)
I read Amrican Psyco it was boring and pretty bad. All I could think to my self was Wow, If I was a misoginistic serial killer this would be the book I would reference. But that writer is realley week. He had another bad book last summer. He should switch to writing for television, or People, or something lame like that. The movie is going to suck they always do, but if this means a remix with Garson in the foreground of the song then they should pay these bad actors, bad directors, and wretched writers to make their shitty movie so I can hopefully download a copy of the remix, or find it on a David Bowie b-side preferably.
NITEFLITE (Posted from IP: 207.124.139.156)
BILLYBURG, NY USA - Monday, January 17, 2000 at 16:38:41 (EST)
The latest issue #198 of the "Lazy and Web-IMpaired" is up here: http://hometown.aol.com/dbfan/page1.html to subscribe and receive via E-mail: http://www.teenagewildlife.com/info/newsletters/dbfan/
Bonster1 (dbfan@aol.com) (Posted from IP: 152.163.204.196)
Montgomery, AL USA - Monday, January 17, 2000 at 00:59:38 (EST)
Hi Nevada, re your comment on "Sex and the Church" on Jan 8th below: the Apostle Paul described the Church, ie all followers of Christ, as the bride of Christ in his letter to the first century church in Ephesus. John used the same imagery in the book of Revelation. I don't get the impression that Bowie is refering to Mary in this song. The New Testament never describes Mary as a bride of Christ. Is this a idea that occurs in Catholicism? Bowie described himself as (nominally) Protestant in an interview I read about his wedding to Iman. "It's all very puzzling!" One of my favourite songs. Christianity can be as sexy as you'd like it to be in a postmodern world...
Margot (Posted from IP: 203.27.80.33)
- Sunday, January 16, 2000 at 22:58:46 (EST)
Adrien, have a lovely birthday and come retrieve your prezzy :)
The chick down the street (Posted from IP: 206.173.50.38)
Richmond, Va USA - Sunday, January 16, 2000 at 22:07:06 (EST)
Nevada KERR, I couldn't agree with you more about "Something In The Air", etc, I miss Garson on this album, and y, a heavier drum sound is a definite must."We Shall All Go To Town" is crying out, y,+ even sounds fantastic as it is, wouldn't've been out of place on Heroes.. Not a fan of hours the studio album, as ther are such obviously classic Bowie songs which most the album versions as they stand don't take advantage of/do justice to. Any remixes are bound 2 be interesting/worth hearing, the T.Reznor idea, for eg.- there's a lotta potential..
Aven (Posted from IP: 212.159.149.170)
Uk - Sunday, January 16, 2000 at 20:43:52 (EST)
Around 30 Bowie books for sale at the Bowie Book Blitz.... go to TW Classifieds.!!
Bodacea (Posted from IP: 209.79.139.48)
NZ - Sunday, January 16, 2000 at 17:35:16 (EST)
'HNM*' To All! (*='Happy New Milleniuum') World can barely express my gratitude to you/the staff/TW. This page has offered peace of mind, on some 'bummer days'. And always enlightens. You should be most proud! ;-) It has also become the inspiration, for making a db page of my own. (While it only stays focused on one aspect of his career, it should be an inspiration to the millions of others out there. Once I finalize things, I'll let you know. Until then, know that I could not function a single day, without you being there. Thanks so very much!
Joseph M. Bailey (re_sounds@hotmail) (Posted from IP: 4.54.39.135)
Philadelphia, Pa USA - Saturday, January 15, 2000 at 21:18:43 (EST)
What's psycho is that the book contains one chapter dedicated to the "great work" of Whitney Houston, and another chapter about Genesis.
And if you take away all the graphic violence of the book (which you can't show on screen as it'd make Charles Manson throw up), that's about 50 % of the story right there. So you're left with the Whitney Houston/Genesis debates, as well encyclopadeic references to proper clothing, and high society lifestyles.
So hopefully the "Something in the air" remix is fairly early on in the film, because if it's the watered down version of the book we'll see, we'll have dozed off after apx. 25 minutes.

Bew (bewlay@online.no) (Posted from IP: 130.67.71.236)
Norway - Saturday, January 15, 2000 at 19:12:03 (EST)
haha...... " American Psycho"...you know what's psycho???..... paying $7 to see a movie about something that is on CNN EVERY DAY!!!!!!!!!!!! Puleezze!!! I think I am gonna make a movie about the American Consumer aka "Lemming" Alright! I got scripts to ponder..Fluffers to hire... OK? BUh BYE!!!
Coldfyr the OMBA (Posted from IP: 24.4.254.69)
of Chaos, USA - Saturday, January 15, 2000 at 14:54:43 (EST)
You haven't actually read 'American Psycho', have you?
Bret (Posted from IP: 216.34.244.105)
NY, NY USA - Saturday, January 15, 2000 at 14:28:43 (EST)
Once the lover is compared to or becomes the ragged teddy bear it implies the beloved has been exposed, stripped, divested not just of clothes but identity (self-hood). Bowie would never put a line like (a ragged teddy bear) in this song unless he was subtly suggesting the raggedness of the love-sick suitor. Other lines reinforce this: "We used each other to get the things we wanted." Rage and Ragged: Violence spent. The force of longing and grievous rage all in one! What a Bowie classic this will be!
Nevada Kerr (Posted from IP: 198.112.12.11)
USA - Saturday, January 15, 2000 at 11:31:01 (EST)
Come on the opening lyrics to Something in the Air could not be more sinister (especially if you read between the lines) "I really can't look at your little empty self, my ragged teddy bear, it seems like you (and I) never had a chance--Don't look me in the EYE! The lover is a ragged teddy bear, an empty self, (an empty shell). WE (the implied we is so sarcastic) You (and I) have raged for the last time! The tone is very sinister indeed! The allusions to emptiness and nothingness, "There is nothing in our eyes" suggest complete soul bankrupcy. This song was just begging to be re-vamped as is "We shall go to town." And of course Garson's foreboding piano and a heavier drum beat should do the trick! Now we're getting closer to a song that could easily fit on the Super Creeps album.
Nevada Kerr (Posted from IP: 198.112.12.11)
USA - Saturday, January 15, 2000 at 11:17:14 (EST)
Hi Noam... actually the January 9 story about BowieBanc.com currently in the headlines above is about the Bowie Bank, and this is already two months old since we first mentioned it back in November. In fact, the weekly vote is about the very same topic!
Evan Torrie (webmaster@teenagewildlife.com) (Posted from IP: 24.142.99.215)
Stanford, CA USA - Saturday, January 15, 2000 at 01:53:15 (EST)
I LOVE YOU DAVID!!! WILL YOU HAVE SEX WITH ME?? I WANT YOU!! IMAN DOESN'T HAVE TO KNOW!!
Xdiamonddog (Xdiamonddog@aol.com) (Posted from IP: 205.188.200.39)
New York, NY USA - Saturday, January 15, 2000 at 00:27:56 (EST)
I LOVE YOU DAVID!!! WILL YOU HAVE SEX WITH ME?? I WANT YOU!! IMAN DOESN'T HAVE TO KNOW!!
Xdiamonddog (Xdiamonddog@aol.com) (Posted from IP: 205.188.200.39)
New York, NY USA - Saturday, January 15, 2000 at 00:22:34 (EST)
OOH, NEW SOD STUFF, NEW SOD STUFF, NEW SOD STUFF, NEW SOD STUFF!!! www.squeakie.com/sod
dammitpammit (Posted from IP: 206.173.50.86)
Sod basement, Underground - Friday, January 14, 2000 at 20:55:50 (EST)
Soundtrack of American Psycho? Where's the part about gerbils and Habitrails in 'Something In The Air'? What about the battery clips? Dismembered heads? Wouldn't 1.Outside be the more obvious fit? What about Easton Ellis' ramblings about Genesis? 'Something In The Air, Habitrails stuck up there, gerbils in a velvet lair'???
Bret (Posted from IP: 216.34.244.105)
NY, NY USA - Friday, January 14, 2000 at 17:51:11 (EST)
I think "Something in the Air" is the perfect song for the American Psycho movie. As I stated in a recent post, the line Abracadoo, I lose you and the general tone of the song--"I've danced with you TOO LONG" all have the same occult banishment/ritual murder feel/implied threat but in a very subtle/underhanded sort of way. The song reminds me of the same feeling I got when I heard Sting's "Every breath you take." It has that same creepy psychosis/verge of breakdown quality. This is no simple regret/love-sick suitor song. Bowie's simplicity in songwriting should not be underestimated--so much can be intoned with voice inflection/musical deviance of chords/and truly double/triple meanings in lyrics. Just like Naked Eyes in Survive implies exposure/judgement/surveillance. These are not "silly love songs" demanding easy dismissal--That is for sure!!!
Nevada Kerr (Posted from IP: 198.112.12.10)
USA - Friday, January 14, 2000 at 09:57:52 (EST)
Noam- it's no prank. Even CNN Headline news did a feature on it in their last segment yesterday. Which still leads me to think the Entertainment Ed. over at CNN is a Bowie fan. I would say maybe once a month there's a mention of Bowie on CNN.
KMSV (it's -2@whereIlive.com) (Posted from IP: 209.3.111.181)
HellFrozeOver, Md USA - Friday, January 14, 2000 at 08:09:51 (EST)
I found it odd, that the news section didn't include the news about Bowie's plans to open up a bank.. I just heard it on the radio, and I don't know anything about it.. might just as well be a prank by someone over there.
Noam Gal (FNGAL@wis.weizmann.ac.il) (Posted from IP: 212.29.216.97)
Rehovot, Israel - Friday, January 14, 2000 at 06:38:35 (EST)
and again i forgot something: thanks for wishing a happy new year, lilith, and yes, i think he`s heard and read it lots of times..! but hey, he`s lived through harder times.. so bye everybody, and lilith: is it lilith crane?
pretty star (Posted from IP: 195.3.126.88)
USA - Thursday, January 13, 2000 at 07:20:10 (EST)
hello together! i am just reading a bowie - biography (again..), this is the 4th, and still there`s something new..!but should i believe everything that anyone writes? does anybody know the "valid" one?! by the way, i`ll try again to get into bowienet, but it`s not that easy here, i`ve been trying about 20 times, but it doesn`t work....! well maybe it``s my fault... after all, i`m the one who thought his name is "boy"..! anyway, my opinion on david is - i`m to young to marry him, sadly enough, but i`d also love to become his daughter-in-law by marrying joey-zowie-duncan-you know! but then again, i think it would be a rather delicate affair..? shit, why didn`t i grow up in the fifties ? i`d be old and wrinkled now, but i (sorry, now that`s a tricky thing, grammatically..!)would have had the chance to "get to know" mr.boooowiieeee! i just love him! i`m already too long, so byebye everyone, pretty!
pretty star (Posted from IP: 195.3.126.88)
- Thursday, January 13, 2000 at 07:01:21 (EST)
A Gaelic speaking gunslinger eh ? now thst IS a new concept - hmmm... I'm just trying to imagine Clint Eastwood speaking Gaelic ! Just goes to show you - us Scots just influence EVERYTHING LOL !! I mean, even David - he chose a good Scottish surname - and his son is named after a Scottish king :-)
Jeaj (jeej@globalnet.co.uk) (Posted from IP: 148.176.232.42)
Falkirk, ALBA ! - Thursday, January 13, 2000 at 05:22:41 (EST)
Hi Rick, the first few thousand copies were the "limited" edition (not that limited from what I saw) with the bar codes and 3D effect on the front of the album... the standard version is the one you have, with just the picture and no effects.
Evan Torrie (webmaster@teenagewildlife.com) (Posted from IP: 24.142.99.215)
Stanford, CA USA - Wednesday, January 12, 2000 at 21:25:35 (EST)
Every picture I've seen of the 'hours..." CD has bar codes all over it. Mine does not. I bought it at Best Buy. Is this the USA release or something? I have the great picture on the front and that's all. Anyone else?
Rick (cts@flash.net) (Posted from IP: 216.215.75.147)
Ft. Worth, TX 76117 - Wednesday, January 12, 2000 at 19:17:06 (EST)
I agree that even at 53 Bowie is still gorgeous.Capricorns are said to age backwards,physically not mentally.That would be silly. He's a strangely beautiful person.
Jo (jojay@teenagewidlife.com) (Posted from IP: 195.92.67.37)
England - Wednesday, January 12, 2000 at 18:26:13 (EST)
what can i say...except Bowie's stunning! a whatever age he'll always be sexy! with those piercing multi-coloured eyes who could ever say no to him?....................................
olivia (phoebe_delicious@hotmail.com) (Posted from IP: 195.92.197.52)
sussex, england - Wednesday, January 12, 2000 at 17:59:00 (EST)
Stagecoaches- From Wells Fargo bank . I want some with some cool old gunslinger in the background tho. Hmmmmmm... Maybe Clint Eastwood will start his own bank :) This is my idea of the perfect check- A picture of a gunslinger on a horse riding off down the beach... oh, and all the writing on the check needs to be Gaelic . :)
Coldfyr (Posted from IP: 24.4.254.69)
SoCal Local, CA USA - Wednesday, January 12, 2000 at 12:18:35 (EST)
Jeaj- you have the SNP thing on your credit card, right?? All bright yellow and black, from what I recall! Quite nice. Mine is rather dull looking, the same design they give to everyone. blech. Also, I don't think I'd sign up for BowieBanc, unless all the terms and conditions were amazing-- and well, I guess I'd have to be American.
Alys (alpalmer@ucalgary.ca) (Posted from IP: 207.34.94.238)
Calgary, Canada - Wednesday, January 12, 2000 at 11:23:02 (EST)
In the song Survive, Bowie portends "I'll survive your naked eyes." The unassisted eye without the aid of microscope or telescope can view the human soul in a way that "machine eyes" never will. A quote from Shakespeare sums up the mood that Bowie invokes with his imagery of Naked Eyes: "Come let me clutch thee. I have thee not, and yet I see thee still. Art thou not, fatal vision, sensible to feeling as to sight?" The song captures the same vulnerability as "Letter to Hermione."
Nevada Kerr (Posted from IP: 198.112.12.10)
USA - Wednesday, January 12, 2000 at 11:17:15 (EST)
I like it Kali ! I can see it now - bagpipes on the front - and all the words to Flower of Scotland on the back !!! :-) BTW - oyu should see what my CREDIT CARD'S got on it LOL !
Jeaj (jeej@globalnet.co.uk) (Posted from IP: 148.176.232.16)
Falkirk, Bagpipeland - Wednesday, January 12, 2000 at 09:18:02 (EST)
LOL Not in the least, Jeaj! I just wish I could find cheques with a bagpipe on 'em ;-)
Kali (Posted from IP: 63.24.236.12)
USA - Wednesday, January 12, 2000 at 08:39:24 (EST)
I have a great big thistle on my chequebook Kali :-) does that surprise you ? :-)
Jeaj (jeej@globalnet.co.uk) (Posted from IP: 148.176.232.14)
Falkirk, SCOTLAND THE BRAVE - Wednesday, January 12, 2000 at 05:24:53 (EST)
You've got STAGECOACHES on your cheques??? Oh KEWL!!!!!!
Kali (Posted from IP: 63.24.236.64)
Jealous in , NJ USA - Tuesday, January 11, 2000 at 22:19:27 (EST)
BowieBanc? Naw...... I like the little stagecoaches all over my checks from my bank...
Coldfyr (Posted from IP: 24.4.254.69)
Socal, USA - Tuesday, January 11, 2000 at 19:03:48 (EST)
Happy be-lated Birthday, Starman!! Keep flying! from a be-lated fan who reaches the 50 decade this millenium year; too soon! like you!
Alice in Bowieland (Posted from IP: 134.48.85.140)
USA - Tuesday, January 11, 2000 at 18:12:47 (EST)
I agree, Gilly. On one hand, it's all about the terms...on the other, it's all about Bowie's face on my credit card!!!
aimee (Posted from IP: 199.224.10.157)
USA - Tuesday, January 11, 2000 at 18:01:45 (EST)
I love online banking, especially as my bank is in another city. Bowie Bank is only for Americans, so I didn't bother to check the conditions. Name or no name, it's the conditions that are important. On the other hand, I think I wouldn't like to sign checks with a big Bowie picture on it, if it was just the name it was o.k. for me.
Gilly (gilly@myokay.net) (Posted from IP: 194.29.45.248)
Essen, Germany - Tuesday, January 11, 2000 at 12:48:37 (EST)
Just curious to see what everyone thinks of BowieBanc. I might just be mad enough to sign up! The timing's perfect...I've just grown utterly disgusted with the bank I've been with for five years, and I was sort of thinking that an online bank might be worth a shot. (Especially if I can have a David Bowie credit car!) Does anyone have any comments on or experiences with online banking that they can pass on?
aimee (aimeekessler4@hotmail.com) (Posted from IP: 199.224.10.218)
USA - Monday, January 10, 2000 at 14:04:59 (EST)
Outsider/Earthling yields to the space-time continuum--Best Songs since 1995: Dreaming My Life/No Control/Looking for Satellites/We Shall Go To Town/I'm Deranged/Seven Years in Tibet (Mandarin Version). Since 1991: Betty Wrong/Pallas Athena/South Horizon/Shopping for Girls/Strangers when we meet/Nite Flights
Nevada Kerr (Posted from IP: 198.112.12.10)
USA - Monday, January 10, 2000 at 09:52:24 (EST)
Just found this site.(Please don't mock).Anybody want to mail a very old (but extremely immature) fan ? Stay happy Baz
baz (barrystokes@greatwyrley.biblio.net) (Posted from IP: 194.238.50.5)
cannock, st UK - Monday, January 10, 2000 at 08:03:35 (EST)
David Bowie kicks major ass, even though he's oooooold he's still one sexy bitch. His ass just gets sweeter and sweeter with every passing year. You can trust me, I'm 13. The only person sexier than him is Sting but you know, you can't compare to him, and I'd still marry Bowie at the drop of a hat. Or whatever. "Changes" is his best song, and my favourite album of his is "The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars." And it also rox that he did "Under Pressure" with Queen, b/c I love Queen they are like my favourite. N-E-Ways, my point is Bowie=sexy. Bowie=kickass music. Bowie=I'm hopelessly in love. L8rs
ziggy stardust (Posted from IP: 209.162.43.11)
paso robles, ca USA - Sunday, January 09, 2000 at 23:26:19 (EST)
Hey, you can also talk on #Bowie @ Talkcity for free :-) No money required (and will stay fully IRC-compatible so you won't be stuck into someone else's choice of chat client).
Evan Torrie (webmaster@teenagewildlife.com) (Posted from IP: 24.142.99.215)
Stanford, CA USA - Sunday, January 09, 2000 at 16:57:17 (EST)
pretty star, better late than never, LOL. Sign up on BNet so we can talk....... And Happy New Year to you too ( DB has heard it too much, I think ) Love and all that...Helen AKA Lilith
Helen/Lilith (Posted from IP: 193.69.158.82)
Flucity, The Cold one - Sunday, January 09, 2000 at 13:55:11 (EST)
when i first heard you - i felt love.. then, in 1986, i was ten years old and an "absolute beginner".. now, this is a great memory, and by the way, first i thought your name was "boy" - "david boy"!!!! well, some years ago i realized it`s "bowie".. anyway, i know i`m late, but i wish you a great new year, happy birthday, you`re the prettiest star..! by the way, dear starman, when exactly did you decide to quit waiting in the sky..? you blew our minds anyway! but thank you so much for it!!
pretty star (Posted from IP: 195.3.66.181)
graz, austria - Sunday, January 09, 2000 at 11:38:08 (EST)
when i first heard you - i felt love.. then, in 1986, i was ten years old and an "absolute beginner".. now, this is a great memory, and by the way, first i thought your name was "boy" - "david boy"!!!! well, some years ago i realized it`s "bowie".. anyway, i know i`m late, but i wish you a great new year, happy birthday, you`re the prettiest star..! by the way, dear starman, when exactly did you decide to quit waiting in the sky..? you blew our minds anyway1 but thank you so much for it!!
pretty star (Posted from IP: 195.3.66.181)
graz, austria - Sunday, January 09, 2000 at 11:37:03 (EST)
Happy birthday for lovely David!
Prinsessa (moonage@earthling.net) (Posted from IP: 195.197.160.41)
Tampere, Finland - Saturday, January 08, 2000 at 18:53:38 (EST)
Happy Birthday, David!
Kali (Posted from IP: 63.24.236.73)
Piping Away in , NJ USA - Saturday, January 08, 2000 at 18:24:12 (EST)
Happy birthday, dearest David. Take good care. With love, Jade
Jade (iluvdbowie@hotmail.com) (Posted from IP: 208.176.93.39)
Millbury, MA USA - Saturday, January 08, 2000 at 17:47:21 (EST)
Happy Birthday David. I Kiss You! Go see your real card at SOD: http://www.squeakie.com/sod/bday.htm Love on ya
DammitPammit (pam@davidbowie.com) (Posted from IP: 206.173.51.13)
USA - Saturday, January 08, 2000 at 17:42:34 (EST)
HAPPY BIRTHDAY DAVID, You little wonder you!!:)
JO (jojay@teenagewildlife.com) (Posted from IP: 195.92.67.39)
England - Saturday, January 08, 2000 at 17:33:39 (EST)

HAPPY BIRTHDAY, YOU FUNNY LITTLE MAN!!

LOVE,
sQ


sQ (Posted from IP: 24.113.31.226)
away from home, canada - Saturday, January 08, 2000 at 17:09:02 (EST)
DAVID BOWIE IS THE GREATEST. HE IS SEXY AND I LOVE HIM. I ALSO LOVE CHARLIE MANSON. HAPPY BIRTHDAY DAVID!!!!!!
Pluto (Posted from IP: 165.247.195.148)
kings mtn., nc USA - Saturday, January 08, 2000 at 15:31:19 (EST)
Well happy birthday you old fart!!!

And to those of you who want to reach me - use my mail address below. My computer recently exploded in a fit of Y2K frenzy.

Frippertronic (frippertronic@hotmail.com) (Posted from IP: 193.44.237.84)
Stockholm, Meatballia - Saturday, January 08, 2000 at 14:10:02 (EST)
Yeh should have a Stollie on the house today, old son. Happy 53rd.
BIGbruddah (BIGbruddah@teenagewildlife.com) (Posted from IP: 212.209.114.222)
Celebration, SWEDEN - Saturday, January 08, 2000 at 14:08:19 (EST)
I propose we all have a WORLD BIRTHDAY TOAST to Bowie at 11:20 p.m. GMT, which is 6:20 p.m. EST, supposedly David's TIME of birth (though that time I can't get confirmed!) - if anyone knows the time for sure, please let me know! CHEERS! RaMOANa P.S. - this saves me toasting in all timezones and being tipsy all day like last year! lol If I got the time wrong, then he can have a laugh at all of us! ha!
RaMOANa (ramoana@earthling.net) (Posted from IP: 199.227.249.143)
Sunshine State, USA - Saturday, January 08, 2000 at 14:01:46 (EST)
Happy you old bastard! Can't wait for Ziggy 2002.

Hallu

Hallu (bplummer@maine.rr.com) (Posted from IP: 24.25.164.22)
USA - Saturday, January 08, 2000 at 13:09:48 (EST)
HAPPY 53rd BIRTHDAY DAVID!!! & Many more to come!!!
Courtney (dbtiger7@aol.com) (Posted from IP: 205.188.197.52)
USA - Saturday, January 08, 2000 at 12:36:13 (EST)
In the song "Sex and the Church" Bowie alludes to the "Bride of Christ." In light of the knowledge (gnosticism) that ancient Goddesses often had a Mother/Lover relationship to their Divine Sons, perhaps the notion of Mary as both Mother and Bride of Chirst should not seem strange. Bowie alludes to this theme in Lady Grinning, Loving the alien, Amlapura, and Glass Spider. Even though Christianity diverges from the Old Religions in its denial of sexuality, Mary still claims the title of Bride. Bowie's theme of the Spiritual archetype of Marriage also pops up on BTWN in the "Wedding Song." On Hours the Mother Figure (our DB) mourns the dead/dying christ figure: the Pieta. Baby Grace, the untouchable Beauty on the Outside album is defiled. Bowie turns the Goddess/Lover/Mother into the sacrificed Divine child this time. We are all awaiting her rebirth in 2001 on the Contamination album! Outside is surely an album that merges myth, spirituality, and technology. Contamination is genetic/psychic/atomic... Lets go!
Nevada Kerr (Posted from IP: 198.112.12.10)
USA - Saturday, January 08, 2000 at 11:17:50 (EST)
HAPPY BIRTHDAY DAVID!!
Have a brilliant 53rd!

Bew (bewlay@online.no) (Posted from IP: 148.122.66.52)
Norway - Saturday, January 08, 2000 at 09:10:48 (EST)
Happy Birthday David!!!! Have a great and lovely day, and just stay as happy, sweet and silly as you are :))) Love & Hugs, from Simone
Simone (Simone@teenagewildlife.com) (Posted from IP: 194.29.48.125)
Hannover, Germany - Saturday, January 08, 2000 at 07:53:33 (EST)
Happy Birthday, Davy!
Weird (vdsofia@cityline.ru) (Posted from IP: 195.46.169.14)
- Saturday, January 08, 2000 at 07:49:11 (EST)
Happy Birthday, David. Your music makes the world a better place. Cheers,
Isabel (lifeonmars@mail.telepac.pt) (Posted from IP: 194.65.191.158)
Lisbon, Portugal - Saturday, January 08, 2000 at 03:06:19 (EST)
This daylong public radio deal on City Folk, marking Bowie's birthday, is way better than I ever thought it would be. I haven't listened all day, but I've heard some things from the '70s I've never heard on the radio before. OK, I could just pop in a CD, but it's been fun all the same. One cover played was revelatory: I didn't know that Jeffrey Gaines covered "Win" from YA. It's a great version. It'll pick up again at 4 after NPR's Mountain Stage show, of all things. See below for more; I believe it "streams" at the Web site. Ramsey, Sensations is a lot of fun. The stuff that has been criticized, you'll find, is totally misinterpreted. The stuff that is supposed to be shocking is funny. The stuff that you hadn't heard about will surprise you. In other words, probably exactly what you'd expect. The biggest reactions I saw were to the sculpture of the little dead man. Enjoy it, it's worth it.
rancell (Posted from IP: 206.234.239.21)
NYC, NY USA - Friday, January 07, 2000 at 14:47:47 (EST)
Hello all. Happy birthday to everybody who just had a birthday, and to our beloved David... Keep going at 'em... Ta-ta
Noam Gal (FNGAL@wis.weizmann.ac.il) (Posted from IP: 212.29.216.97)
Rehovot, Israel - Friday, January 07, 2000 at 09:32:05 (EST)
KALE Happy Birthday hon :-) **HUGS**
Spidey (Spidey@Teenagewildlife.com) (Posted from IP: 194.42.232.57)
UK - Friday, January 07, 2000 at 02:55:45 (EST)
Welcome back, Ramsey! Were ya down in KY for the holidays?
Kali (Posted from IP: 63.24.236.131)
USA - Wednesday, January 05, 2000 at 16:52:52 (EST)
Hallo TW friends! I just got back from 2 weeks of vaca, and no internet access, so I would like to very belatedly say I hope everyone had a smashing holiday and rousing New Year, and happy birthday to everyone I missed recently, but especially to our resident white-trash expert, dearest KelMarSuperVixen!! What was it this year, sweetie, 29 again?

New Yawkers: am heading to the Big Ap this weekend, so, is Sensations worth it or not???
Ramsey (ramsey@dca.net) (Posted from IP: 165.123.248.90)
Philly, PA USA - Wednesday, January 05, 2000 at 13:30:25 (EST)


On Tin Machine's 1991 album, David Bowie alludes to black holes, baby universes, and chaos theory. I for one would enjoy it immensely if David expounded a little bit more on his "obsession with time." This is a very intelligent man who merely alludes to the affects an amoral universe has on human beings. "Shopping for Girls" is another song which I think DB should perform more. The sex-trade industry and the peddling of young flash in asian countries is a taboo subject for most songwriters but not for DB. We need more songs from DB that tackle the taboo. Hopefully the next album will contain such songs. Bowie very recently promised that he would get down to writing some "serious stuff." The first two Tin Machine albums were quite "intelligent" in retrospect. It's time Bowie returned to having a "world view" and a "moral to the tales" he tells.
Nevada Kerr (Posted from IP: 198.112.12.10)
USA - Wednesday, January 05, 2000 at 11:43:42 (EST)
Remember those really annoying slider games that were impossible to finish??? Well, I've made an online slider of the 'Earthling' album cover. So, if you're bored and very, very sad, come to the home page of bhuna (incidentally the UK's hottest new band) then click on links, then click on slider! Have fun (or not!). http://www.bhuna.net
scott (scottp@manor-castle.org.uk) (Posted from IP: 195.166.148.206)
sheffield, SY UK - Wednesday, January 05, 2000 at 11:37:19 (EST)
The best of David Bowie "by that!!"
sussi (sussibjorklof@hotmail.com) (Posted from IP: 194.197.68.45)
karis, Finland - Wednesday, January 05, 2000 at 08:16:01 (EST)
OK!!! Now that does it! Did anyone see The Ozone last night??? I was on the edge of my seat when Bowie started talking about Glastonbury. "Say you're playing! Say you're playing!" I was ranting. And the sod still wouldn't confirm (didn't deny though). I'll be at Glasto this year. I've been to every one since 1995. I haven't seen Bowie since oooooohhh, 1997 on the Earthling tour. Come on Man. COME ON!!!!!!!
scott (scottp@manor-castle.org.uk) (Posted from IP: 195.166.148.206)
sheffield, SY UK - Wednesday, January 05, 2000 at 04:44:45 (EST)
The quick commercial death of "hours..." here last fall is getting some belated resuscitation efforts. At this point, New York radio will take anything it can get. National Public Radio's WFUV, 90.7 FM, at Fordham University, will feature Bowie and "hours....." (as the DJ this morning said, his "uh, new album from, uh, a few months ago") on Friday, on the station's all day long City Folk show. The format allows for some rock, but the station basically sticks to singer-songwriters. Good intentions, but sort of boring, and far less Bowie-friendly than, say, Southeastern Pa.'s NPR WXPN. "hours...." songs will be a real shot in the arm for a station whose listeners rarely listen to Bowie (Ziggy was # 86 or so of the millenium, while Sting's latest joins the folkies on its listener list of top albums of 1999). Who knows? Maybe they'll play "Survive" as much as Lucy Kaplansky. It's at www.wfuv.org.
rancell (Posted from IP: 206.234.239.21)
NYC, NY USA - Tuesday, January 04, 2000 at 11:27:02 (EST)
Just aword from Ireland to say that BOWIE RULES Eternnal in our fair Isle,and why does he not play in Cork? Please David just once.
thin white duke (Posted from IP: 159.134.192.53)
cork, IRELAND - Tuesday, January 04, 2000 at 10:15:48 (EST)
Oopsie. Stupid family trait, losing, no doubt. :-) Anyway Kayem, here's your guestbook birthday wish from me... hope it was swell, and hope your entire Why Two Kay is too. MWaaaaahhhh!
Ilsa (Posted from IP: 206.239.168.215)
MD USA - Monday, January 03, 2000 at 15:43:33 (EST)
what a loser i am...i missed kelmar's bday! :-( many happy returns honey!!! hope you had a great day and had lots of wings!! :-) xoxox
patti (pattibowie@home.com) (Posted from IP: 24.4.252.6)
- Monday, January 03, 2000 at 13:55:54 (EST)
Hi. I don't usually post anything in the guestbook, but I thouhgt I'd ask . . . does anyone know if we can somehow get re-imbursed for those Thursday's Child misprints? Anyone want to lobby Virgin to get new, properly printed copies? I ended up with both the singles, with the same songs, and I can't even play the video on the misprint CD due to my old computer. Any thoughts?
Deckard (grohekar@julian.uwo.ca) (Posted from IP: 142.158.163.58)
Canada - Monday, January 03, 2000 at 11:10:43 (EST)
Awwr. :) Thanks you guys.
KMSV (Posted from IP: 209.3.111.181)
USA - Monday, January 03, 2000 at 07:58:01 (EST)
HAPPY TRIP 'ROUND THE SUN KEL!!!!! Have a great day :)
Coldfyr (LionessUnderAShadyTree@noon.com) (Posted from IP: 24.4.254.69)
San Diego Wild Animal Park, USA - Sunday, January 02, 2000 at 14:31:38 (EST)
KelmarSuperBowieToesVixen...Happy Birthday to my Sisteur of Utter Destruction :) The rest of you can go check out some of her fab writing on www.squeakie.com/sod.
Pam/Sisteur Pammika (pam@davidbowie.com) (Posted from IP: 206.173.51.33)
Richmond, VA USA - Sunday, January 02, 2000 at 10:33:22 (EST)
KELMAR!!!!!! HAPPY FOOKIN' BIRTHDAY!!!!!!!!!
Kali (Posted from IP: 63.24.236.185)
USA - Sunday, January 02, 2000 at 09:20:19 (EST)
Happy Birthday KelMar!! love and hugs!
Alys (alpalmer@ucalgary.ca) (Posted from IP: 130.67.69.17)
Oslo, Norway - Sunday, January 02, 2000 at 07:16:47 (EST)
Happy Birthday Kelmar :))) Have a good one! xxx
Simone (Posted from IP: 194.29.48.140)
Germany - Sunday, January 02, 2000 at 06:48:49 (EST)
come check my site and sign my book :) http://ETShine-Xphoto.tripod.com and HAPPY NEW YEAR to all love & Reiki
mary/ETShine (ETSshine@teenagewildlife.com) (Posted from IP: 205.188.195.57)
USA - Sunday, January 02, 2000 at 04:12:31 (EST)
KELMAR Happy Birthday hon :-) **HUGS**
Spidey (Spidey@Teenagewildlife.com) (Posted from IP: 194.42.230.227)
UK - Sunday, January 02, 2000 at 03:47:42 (EST)
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lt, il USA - Saturday, January 01, 2000 at 20:14:13 (EST)
HAPPY NEW YEAR EVERYONE!!!! Davina
Davina (tanja.koo@kolumbus.fi) (Posted from IP: 193.229.159.4)
Lohja, Finland - Saturday, January 01, 2000 at 13:45:06 (EST)
Kelmar! I'll take one! I could use the vitamin C, ya know ;-)
Kali (Posted from IP: 63.24.236.209)
USA - Saturday, January 01, 2000 at 12:55:06 (EST)
Happy New Year everybody and
congratulations to David for winning the "Best Male Singer Of The Millennium" in Radio Tel Aviv, Israel.

Shai (db1fan@netvision.net.il) (Posted from IP: 199.203.202.207)
ISRAEL - Saturday, January 01, 2000 at 12:40:41 (EST)
Hello. Bowie voted singer of the milenium on 102fm, a local radio station. Also got Ashes To Ashes in #30+, and some other songs in the charts... And #30+ with Little Wonder on the 90's decade chart at the Galatz (army radio) station.
Noam Gal (FNGAL@wis.weizmann.ac.il) (Posted from IP: 212.29.216.97)
Rehovot, Israel - Saturday, January 01, 2000 at 12:07:07 (EST)
Happy New Year everyone! I've got some Veuve Clicquot left over, mimosas anyone? :-)
KMSV (Posted from IP: 209.3.112.89)
USA - Saturday, January 01, 2000 at 11:38:37 (EST)
Habbblkssölg to you, too, BIGBruddah! =:->
Kali (Posted from IP: 63.24.236.45)
USA - Saturday, January 01, 2000 at 10:53:20 (EST)
HAPPY NEW YEAR EVERYONE ! ....and Happy Hangover too...
Jeaj (jeej@globalnet.co.uk) (Posted from IP: 195.147.146.229)
Falkirk , SCOTLAND - Saturday, January 01, 2000 at 09:41:48 (EST)
My, that Swedish glögg is sure stronger than ours! ;)
Anyway, it's January 1 and my brain is still functioning - so much for the Y2K bug!
Have a truly great New Year everyone! :)

Bew (bewlay@online.no) (Posted from IP: 130.67.1.217)
Norway - Saturday, January 01, 2000 at 08:14:52 (EST)
Habbblkssölg
BIGbruddah (BIGbruddah@teenagewildlife.com) (Posted from IP: 212.209.120.217)
ertyuuu, Swufkd - Saturday, January 01, 2000 at 03:11:40 (EST)
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