Teenage Wildlife

Teenage Wildlife Guestbook March 2001

Thank you for visiting Teenage Wildlife. Here are some previous user's comments.

Happy Birthday, Shai!!!!!!!!!!! =:->
Shai (Posted from IP:
USA - Saturday, March 31, 2001 at 22:06:05 (EST)
Hey Ramsey! Thanks for the link! Yeah, I had heard about it. Haven't gone over to check 'em out yet, will soon tho! When are you and Patti coming up for your tour of the Museum??????
Kali (Posted from IP:
USA - Saturday, March 31, 2001 at 00:30:16 (EST)
Maybe a silly question, but where the hell can one buy that Bowie-recording of "Mother"? Meesa wanna buy big time!!!
BIGbruddah (BIGbruddah@teenagewildlife.com) (Posted from IP:
BRUDDAHTOWN, BADDABOM - Friday, March 30, 2001 at 18:11:29 (EST)
As to Moby not playing live with Bowie again, there are some signs right now that I was dead wrong, and about which I couldn't be happier. Thoroughly UNconfirmed (but it does go beyond the Internet), and following on the heels of last night's RCMH tribute to Brian Wilson, which the TNT cable network is scheduled to broadcast July 4, is the supposed next installment of TNT's concert tribute series. This one would be for Lennon, and include the two guys above. Shelby Lynne's site says she will perform, and will tape this May 10 for a June broadcast. That doesn't sound right timing-wise. I had heard a late spring/early summer taping, to be shown around Lennon's October birthday, which would be more in keeping with the TNT schedule. Interestingly, Lynne's site says she will do "Mother," which is the song that Bowie recorded for the Lennon tribute a couple of years ago. If Lynne's site is right, it's gonna be a helluva of a night: Bowie, Moby, Lynne, bandleader Dave Stewart, Cyndi Lauper, Bette Midler .... and Dylan. These TNT shows have had major star power, and yes, all have sold tickets to the general public. Check out www.Billboard.com to see who showed for Wilson last night.
rancell (Posted from IP:
NYC, NY USA - Friday, March 30, 2001 at 17:38:56 (EST)
LOL, thanks Frank, I think :-) Kalimeister, did you see this?: http://www.salon.com/books/wire/2001/03/30/lindbergh/index.html
Ramsey (ramsey@dca.net) (Posted from IP:
Philly, USA - Friday, March 30, 2001 at 16:30:42 (EST)
OK, Nevada and other afficionados. Here's the site for viewing the art of Dave McKean. Hope you enjoy! "www.mckean-art.co.uk/"
BIGbruddah (BIGbruddah@teenagewildlife.com) (Posted from IP:
BRUDDAHTOWN, McKeanland - Friday, March 30, 2001 at 13:44:28 (EST)
its nice to have you back Ramsey, you were a topical island in a sea of sham, who bought a smile to my relatives way back then. Its lucky we have these pages to remember. After all if we all went to a party, then everyone forgot they had been there- did it ever exist?
Frank Rizzo (Posted from IP:
USA - Friday, March 30, 2001 at 12:57:17 (EST)
Hi Nevada! Sure, I've read all of Sandman and also everything Gaiman's done with artist Dave McKean (McKean's writer/artist magnum opus "Cages" btw is something I think you'd adore Nevada. It's 500 pages of art and story that is so good it's almost impossible to describe. I'll try to gather some links for ya.). What I like about Gaiman is his very gentle voice. Everybody are always having the most interesting conversations in his stories, even though the situation might be one of life and death. One of my absolute favorites is at the very end of the first Sandman-book "Preludes and Nocturnes" where we get to follow Dream and his sister Death on an ordinary day. I can also recommend "Good Omens" which Gaiman has co-written with Terry Pratchett of Discworld fame. It's about the off friendship between an angel and a demon. GO is now being filmed by none other than Terry Gilliam btw. Favorite Bowiesongs depend on the day and mood. At the moment it's a bit of an odd list: "Sex and the Church", "Station to Station" and the whole of "Young Americans". Tomorrow, who knows... which btw is why Bowie will always be THE artist for me. I've never had a day without a matching couple of Bowiesongs. He's smaskens!!! (swedish for tasty, delish) So, what were your favorites today? And Ramsey!!!! I envy you your Roxy-ticket bad time. Please tell us about it all afterwards.
BIGbruddah (BIGbruddah@teenagewildlife.com) (Posted from IP:
BRUDDAHTOWN, Dreamland - Friday, March 30, 2001 at 11:58:50 (EST)
Thanks for the Neil Gaiman reference BIG Bruddah. I am reading an interview of him. He sounds like an interesting person. His insights and intuitions run parallel to my own. Have you read Gaiman and if so, what is your opinion of his work? PS: What are some of your favorite DB songs?
Nevada Kerr (Posted from IP:
USA - Friday, March 30, 2001 at 10:07:14 (EST)
Ramsey!!! I've missed ya!!!!!!!
Kali (Posted from IP:
USA - Friday, March 30, 2001 at 00:31:02 (EST)
Hallo people!! I haven't been here in a while, glad to see so many friendly faces still! Anyone planning to go to Roxy Music in Philly email me!!
Ramsey (ramsey@dca.net) (Posted from IP:
USA - Thursday, March 29, 2001 at 18:48:34 (EST)
That was Mick Jagger with the diamond in one of his front teeth, Ami.
Trivia Maven (Posted from IP:
USA - Thursday, March 29, 2001 at 16:38:04 (EST)
Hy, Can anybody help me! I`m just arguing with a friend wether David ever had a diamond in one of his front teeth!! I`d like to know who `s right! Ami
ami (Posted from IP:
USA - Thursday, March 29, 2001 at 13:49:30 (EST)
this board is an absolute disgrace .. drunks in charge of a thought and the false enchantment of alcohol.I remember the men would often come back from their ice cream routes and tell me of the 'four pint women' who were ugly, but stunningly beautiful after they had drunk four pints of beer.Of course no one who was sober ever dared approach the village of the 'eight pint women'.So how many pints does it take to make you desirable? None really, just as paint and wood can bring you joy as a toy.
Uncle Carlo Rizzo (Posted from IP:
USA - Thursday, March 29, 2001 at 13:21:36 (EST)
Kali (Posted from IP:
USA - Thursday, March 29, 2001 at 08:49:05 (EST)
I love dB in Basquiat ! and the lyrics of Tin Machine II on the Front page of Tw site to-day. Thanks, you're a love, Evan, for your Guestbook !
Eccentric (Posted from IP:
No - Thursday, March 29, 2001 at 06:46:42 (EST)
To anyone interested in dreams, like Anne or Nevada. I'd like to wholeheartedly recommend the Sandman series written by Neil Gaiman. It's a set of ten collections of comics (BD) telling one beautiful story about one of the seven endless named Morpheus. It's also about his sister Death and other siblings. One of the people Morpheus stumbles along happens to be Lucifer, one of the (at that time) three lords of Hell. Lucifer is drawn like our darling David Bowie ā la the cover of Space Oddity. Hunt it down and read it. It's smaskens!!!
BIGbruddah (BIGbruddah@teenagewildlife.com) (Posted from IP:
BRUDDAHTOWN, Dreamland - Thursday, March 29, 2001 at 02:44:46 (EST)
Hey KMSV, I do travel to see the opener of Bono and the boyz. I went on Sat. morning straight to the beach. hung out got some lunch crashed in the hotel. Drank a case of Bud lite, and headed to the show. Meeting Elvis Costello was the highlite pre-show. He was very cool and seemed to wanna talk. The show itself was great until Bono almost spilled and broke his ass. The lighting effects for With or Without were incredible. A thounsand points of light throughout the arena. Left at 6:00 am that next morning still tired. Cannot wait til June have tix for Medowlands on the 21st I think. Can't remember the date. Got em through Propaganda also Russ. Talk to you guys soon.
niteflite (Posted from IP:
ny, ny USA - Wednesday, March 28, 2001 at 12:43:28 (EST)
Can you identify the theme of "Enchantment" in Bowie Songs--the Child of Nature Thing? Examples: The Animal Grace of Lady Stardust. It's just the power to charm. The Genie in the Capsule. Your Soul is Calling. And who was Baby Grace really before she became a Victim? Heaven in the Flesh? The Sweet Baby of the Golden Years? Heaven is smiling down and I'm dancing on angels. Flesh and the Spirit World? A Lady Grinning Soul? The Hours? The Fatal Gift of Beauty for the Voyeur? Or an Idolized Toy? You Tell me! Come on folks--engage me on this and you win the Toy!!!
Nevada Kerr (Posted from IP:
USA - Wednesday, March 28, 2001 at 10:55:50 (EST)
Beside headlines of to-day, Wednesday 28th March : good to see Christiane F. lyrics in German ; the Bowie of the 80' knew so well to say words in German with a powerful and peaceful sound ! Read once in a Bowienet chat of a girl named Bianca (so nice name like a blank page for a writer inspired) that Bowie has a tatoo : exciting, so much it makes dream of its place.
Anne (Posted from IP:
- Wednesday, March 28, 2001 at 07:51:33 (EST)
Rolling Stone stopped sending me the newsletter. I guess if you don't click thru or something, they bounce you. Evan pulled a Wall of Sound report that mentions Bowie; it's linked on the newspage. I haven't seen a review that has been anything less than laudatory, particularly the often-finicky NY Times.
rancell (Posted from IP:
NYC, NY USA - Tuesday, March 27, 2001 at 18:11:50 (EST)
They mentioned U2 covering Bowie on the Rolling Stone Online Newsletter, but they didn't say which song. Nite, I had no idea you were such a jet setter! xo
KMSV (Posted from IP:
USA - Tuesday, March 27, 2001 at 17:12:01 (EST)
I should have known you'd make the trek, Nite. Maybe they didn't do YA; I wasn't sure the report I saw on the Internet was the least bit reliable, and I surely don't have the patience to wade through the U2 newsgroup posts to build a consensus. No articles I saw mentioned YA. Unlike DB, U2's second night show in the same city saw three songs dropped ... and only one added. What's the deal with that? That said, I'm looking forward to the shows here in June [and I'm anxiously awaiting the crummy "Gold Circle" tickets I'm bound to get from Propaganda. At least with Jagger, when he said "Gold Circle," you got good seats, not crap at the opposite end of the arena]. I went to the SNL dress rehearsal in December (show to be repeated this Saturday, I believe) and U2 was fantastic, best I've ever seen 'em. Thanks for the review Nite; I'm glad you enjoyed it.
rancell (Posted from IP:
NYC, NY USA - Tuesday, March 27, 2001 at 16:53:24 (EST)
Hey Rancell, I saw the U2 show it was fantastic. To tell the truth I did'nt catch the nod to bowie. it must've been very short, but i was really focusiing mostly on the edge. his playing is truly uniquely unsurpassaple. The best was the reworking of the fly. very trippy indeed. The Edge did steal the show his playing goes up exponentially. Don't miss it. Best Rock show ever! It's nice to see a one day Noble Peace Prize winner (Bono) deliver than some geezer (Jagger)trying to rake in cash for child support. Lets hope U2 still carry on their legacy and keep giving us genuine Rock. just like our own db.
niteflite (Posted from IP:
ny, ny USA - Tuesday, March 27, 2001 at 11:41:43 (EST)
Interesting site, first time in and gonna pop in again. Keep up the good work. David
David (castaway88@aol.com) (Posted from IP:
Uk - Tuesday, March 27, 2001 at 07:54:58 (EST)
Interesting site, first time in and gonna pop in again. Keep up the good work. David
David (castaway88@aol.com) (Posted from IP:
Uk - Tuesday, March 27, 2001 at 07:54:23 (EST)
Patsy & Edina dahlinks!!! The Molotov Widow is in a way a clone of the StolliBollie that I know you two love and inhale. Instead of Bollinger and Stolichnaya use Veuve Cliquot and Moskovskaya. It will blast your brains into orbit guaranteed. I've met Laika whilst drinking this stuff. That doggie was doing well on the Mir. Hope the mutt got off in time. Now maybe I'd Better have a drinkie and find out...
BIGbruddah (BIGbruddah@teenagewildlife.com) (Posted from IP:
BRUDDAHTOWN, BABUSCHKA - Tuesday, March 27, 2001 at 02:45:04 (EST)
Yup! My BigBRUDDAH has that recipe. He made them for me when I was visiting my LilBRUDDAH in Stockholm. They're fantastic! =:->
Kali (Posted from IP:
USA - Monday, March 26, 2001 at 23:07:02 (EST)
Did someone once say that they had the recipe for a 'Molotov Widow'? Pats is dying to try one. Thanks sweeties. Love to you all. Mr. Bowie (we know that you DO read here), sweetie darling ....keep the beard for now ....soooo sexy. Ta ta
Patsy and Edina (Posted from IP:
London/west, United Kingdon - Monday, March 26, 2001 at 22:22:42 (EST)
Hi ! Thanks for my copies of songs out of the lyrics'
my lover yesterday was Ziggy (Posted from IP:
- Monday, March 26, 2001 at 07:37:52 (EST)
Please Mr Bowie, the beard has got to go! Love the trousers.... and the shin.
Pope Ligotage IV (jonny5rocks@btinternet.com) (Posted from IP:
LONDON, ENGLAND - Sunday, March 25, 2001 at 14:15:41 (EST)
I wasn't in Miami last night, but what I'm reading about the U2 show is really impressive, particularly with regard to the incredible covers. They appear to be both full length and snippets. During the main set: Inxs, Donna Summer, Frank Sinatra, two Bob Marleys, Lou Reed. Only one cover in the encore. In fact, the first of the three encore numbers was actually a medley of three songs: Bullet the Blue Sky /Young Americans/With or Without You. Did anyone go? Can anyone confirm this? Check out (I believe it's called) Stuff magazine this month, the cheesy men's mag with the lead singer from Destiny's Child barely dressed on the front. It's got a terrific read in it, the 50 greatest albums the elitist critics never bother with. About midway, they choose Heroes, noting how far ahead of its time the album is; that crits go for Ziggy in the best of lists 'cause they're lazy, and ends taking a particularly vicious shot at the Jakob Dylans for the title cut defilement. Lotsa fun.
rancell (Posted from IP:
NYC, NY USA - Sunday, March 25, 2001 at 13:48:46 (EST)
Hello fellow Bowie mates! At first, I have to say that this is my absolutely most favourite Bowie site! And second: if there are any Finnish fans around who would like to email me, it would be nice. I don´t know so many fans here, so new fan-friends are always welcome.. and third: BOWIE ROCKS FOREVER!!!!!!!
Tanja (tanja.kemp@surfeu.fi) (Posted from IP:
Lohja, Finland - Sunday, March 25, 2001 at 05:00:51 (EST)
Leave it to me and Fripp to get Tura to come out of hiding....
Kali (Posted from IP:
USA - Friday, March 23, 2001 at 21:16:30 (EST)
Oh, the delightful gnome incident! That is a memory I will always greatly treasure. Can you see it? Kaliman, the tallest person in the whole venue, tries to hide from Bowie in his infamous moment of infamy. We can always count on Kali for a ball-smackin' good time!

Tell that Fripper he better make a comeback to life (at least here) or else we're going to find him and string him up by his meatballs! Where's RaMOANa when you need her?

Tura (Posted from IP:
USA - Friday, March 23, 2001 at 19:26:35 (EST)
Patti -- you don't know the story? I thought I told ya up in NYC! :-)
Kali (Posted from IP:
USA - Friday, March 23, 2001 at 18:06:46 (EST)
Hi Patti! Send me your mailaddress and I'll relate all the sordid details. Suffice to say it involves sheep, crawfish and a renewal of hippie vows.
BIGbruddah (BIGbruddah@teenagewildlife.com) (Posted from IP:
BRUDDAHTOWN, SURREAL - Friday, March 23, 2001 at 15:00:26 (EST)
hey big bruddah...how do you go about looking up an ip number?? and what have you done with my baby...fripper???
patti (Posted from IP:
- Friday, March 23, 2001 at 14:17:07 (EST)
i am terribly sorry, kali. here's a *cookie* for you, because i was mean. kelmar, yes, *that* gnome accident. it affected my life greatly ;) but fear not, it hurt nothing! hooray for new baby alex, who proved kali didnt damage anything.
Lizus (Posted from IP:
- Friday, March 23, 2001 at 10:56:03 (EST)
Happy day, the 24th of March this year in USA : a good tv-night with the Hunger ! Then black tie / white noise : stronger then for lovers of hot stuff. Yesterday, hunting the little black mean animals in my lodging : I hope these charming tiny creatures went away in time, their basket of linen on their shoulder. Your best friend of universal peace & love harmony, as John Lennon and the Christian Saints as the dear Ste Therese de Lisieux, Normandy, so generous physically and so elegant, poet, and smiling:-).
minouche (Posted from IP:
- Friday, March 23, 2001 at 07:44:12 (EST)
Yeah, poor Fripper is lost in the bowels of Skåne :-( He promised to contact me as soon as he got a phone or e-mail working. He'd better! I'd love to join the two of you in the land of waffles for a booze-fest!
Kali (Posted from IP:
USA - Thursday, March 22, 2001 at 22:57:38 (EST)
Hell, Kali!!! If only I could locate my L'ILbruddah the newborn professional SKÅNE sheepshagger and entice him and you to join me here in this liquorstore they call Belgium. I'd mix you anything...even one of those Nitroglycerin Russians or whatever you used to call them. (Off course I'd fiddle with the formula.) Damn, use your sonar and locate that L'IL rascal or I'll start thinking he took one too many joyrides on the MIR. (..."ground control", indeed.) Your name ISN'T Tom, Frippster m'bro. Now leave those SKÅNE sheep alone. And stop puking svartsoppa all over the damn place. Aaaargh! Toy...what Nevada Kerr is not worthy of wiping my BRUDDAHS with. And what Frank Rizzo should be sorting out at his momma's.
BIGbruddah (BIGbruddah@teenagewildlife.com) (Posted from IP:
BRUDDAHTOWN, BOSOM - Thursday, March 22, 2001 at 20:45:07 (EST)
Frankie, come home immediately and clean up your toys. They are taking over the house. I can not allow this chaos to continue!
Momma Rizzo (Posted from IP:
USA - Thursday, March 22, 2001 at 17:18:08 (EST)
Thanks for keeping that day in Stockholm our little secret ;-) But I must say the drink-fest with you and our LittleBRUDDAH Fripper was incredible!
Kali (Posted from IP:
USA - Thursday, March 22, 2001 at 16:57:00 (EST)
I only met Kali once and then... but NOOO I never drink and tell. He's my MiddleBRUDDAH.
BIGbruddah (BIGbruddah@teenagewildlife.com) (Posted from IP:
BRUDDAHTOWN, Belgium - Thursday, March 22, 2001 at 12:56:03 (EST)
Kali (Posted from IP:
USA - Thursday, March 22, 2001 at 08:42:17 (EST)
So many dogs in Paris where i live : all wooly & white like cotton balls ! Ks, Ks, so different from Diamond Dogs, those great animals ready to jump ! (Confer songs'lyrics in TW)
Anne J. (Posted from IP:
- Thursday, March 22, 2001 at 08:35:30 (EST)
Are we talking about the time Kali was at the DC show and he threw a gnome that hit Bowie right in the bait and tackle? MAN WAS THAT FUNNY! I hadn't seen hundreds of jaws drop simultaneously like that since when Showgirls first came out and everyone in the theatre realised after three minutes how badly they were ripped off! Oh, what? We're not talking about that incident? Umm, sorry Kali, baby. My bad.
KelMarSuperVixen (Posted from IP:
USA - Thursday, March 22, 2001 at 08:13:45 (EST)
You just *HAD* to bring that up, didn't ya? ;-)
Kali (Posted from IP:
BLUSHING, NJ USA - Wednesday, March 21, 2001 at 23:25:32 (EST)
Hello Anne J. - I adore Serge Gainsbourg too! Mainly his partner with BB (Comic Strip, Bonnie and Clyde, Je t'aime moi non plus, etc). I'm also very passionate about TW, I really love this site :-) Hi there, Liz, hope you are doing good :-)
Tati_wl (wlovedb@teenagewildlife.com) (Posted from IP:
Brazil - Wednesday, March 21, 2001 at 19:08:44 (EST)
kali, you will always be remembered. not only because you are a nice sweet person, but also because of a certain incident that even i, the senile one, remember. an incident from years ago... giggles... so how is life? whats new on this guestbook?
Lizus (Posted from IP:
- Wednesday, March 21, 2001 at 15:23:57 (EST)
Seemed to be possible to be confident again for the health of the dB's private Web-Bank, as you say, nearly the biggest on the Net, with the money brought by outside. Davy can be re-quietly-rich !
Anne J. (Posted from IP:
- Wednesday, March 21, 2001 at 11:55:02 (EST)
Have added my previous sentences (in English meaning) and just verified I was not afterwards injured (French sense). Good night, as says David:-), after each concert in his World-Tours.
Anne ************ (Posted from IP:
- Wednesday, March 21, 2001 at 11:50:08 (EST)
I like the nice Teenage Wildlife members, especially the gentle ones...
Anne J. (Posted from IP:
Flower Point, Web - Wednesday, March 21, 2001 at 07:52:30 (EST)
oh!big Bruddah you dont give a damn for what i am saying- you just are here to eat me, chomp chomp.Papa was right it did not matter what new flavor he made, the hungry men are always hungry, chomp ,chomp ,munch, sllrp, yum chomp chomp sllrp burp
Frank Wizzo (Posted from IP:
USA - Wednesday, March 21, 2001 at 06:52:53 (EST)
Comment (or No comment, as said my dearest singer in France father of some Jane Birkin's children = Serge, Gainsbourg:-) : Good mainmenu to-day morning in TW Web-site : awfully high interest of everything !
Anne J. (Posted from IP:
- Wednesday, March 21, 2001 at 05:27:51 (EST)
Toy...what Nevada Kerr has instead of a mind! An what FrankieBoy uses...
BIGbruddah (BIGbruddah@teenagewildlife.com) (Posted from IP:
BRUDDAHTOWN, BADDABING - Wednesday, March 21, 2001 at 02:47:59 (EST)
I know I shouldn't be posting this since it will only feed the nonsensebeast BUT I think the nonsensebeast and the Frankieboy are a computervirus engineered by the commercial Bowiesite to drive the funflock where no bullshit about Toy will ever be uttered.
BIGbruddah (BIGbruddah@teenagewildlife.com) (Posted from IP:
BRUDDAHTOWN, BOOBOO - Wednesday, March 21, 2001 at 02:46:11 (EST)
hey Guiseppi you watch what you say about me and momma in public.To think,I protected you from Fizzlewizzle Whippy Gang who were trying to take our business from the beach head . Shame on you for covering David Bowie's place with the Rizzo's dirty laundry.
Frank Rizzo (Posted from IP:
USA - Tuesday, March 20, 2001 at 16:38:39 (EST)
Great Jeaj! Can't wait to read it!! xoxoxoxo
Bew, I agree with bigBRUDDAH's statement *grin* Excellent suggestion! Btw, is Toy still scheduled for release in early May????

Alys (alpalmer@ucalgary.ca) (Posted from IP:
Calgary, AB CANADA - Tuesday, March 20, 2001 at 16:06:15 (EST)
Toy has seen the twilight of day only through a secret passage in the ozone. Sheer nonsense is a wonderful excursion into the irrational. I try to cough it up as much as I can. Send me the whiskey. Here in the land of the walking dead man, we don't do a life, we do the deadman walking strut!
Nevada Kerr (Posted from IP:
USA - Tuesday, March 20, 2001 at 14:30:18 (EST)
Momma Rizzo you must not come here and embarass me like this.Yes i know i had pimples, but so did everybody at that age. It was worse for Frank and me because we lived with ice cream, not Anthony Newley like Bowie. Bowie's eruptions were music hall tomes that have stood the test of time. Frank and me had short lived eruptions of pimples that were rebelling against your lousy ice cream.Thats what i thought at the time, it was only later that i realised all the toys you gave me (that the other kids use to laugh at) i would remember long after they have forgot theirs.They would help me make the family business strong, and allow the luxury of Frank being a perminent rebel without any claws.
Guiseppi Rizzo (Posted from IP:
USA - Tuesday, March 20, 2001 at 06:04:34 (EST)
The reason might be "not having a life", Bew. Pity her! Send her huge amounts of scotch, either the whiskey or the tape...
BIGbruddah (BIGbruddah@teenagewildlife.com) (Posted from IP:
Bruxelles, Warp - Tuesday, March 20, 2001 at 02:57:20 (EST)
And Nevada, how on earth are you able to cough up so much sheer nonsense about an album that hasn't seen the light of day yet??
Bew (mr-ness@frisurf.no) (Posted from IP:
Norway - Tuesday, March 20, 2001 at 02:52:07 (EST)
Never mind the Scots influence - the Scotch influence on the world has been much greater. Presumably also responsible for some of our great thinkers' brightest moments and certain artists greatest work, written or musical.
Yes, Jeaj - I'm still alive ;-)

Bew (mr-ness@frisurf.no) (Posted from IP:
Norway - Tuesday, March 20, 2001 at 02:47:29 (EST)
Yes Lizus! Return to us!!! =:->
Kali (Posted from IP:
Humbled that he was remembered, USA - Monday, March 19, 2001 at 23:05:15 (EST)
ALYS - I'm doing the Scots influence on Canada next :-)
Jeaj (airiddh@hotmail.com) (Posted from IP:
freezing cold ..., SCOTLAND - Monday, March 19, 2001 at 17:06:13 (EST)
jeez...this is all too deep for me. :-)
patti (pattibowie@home.com) (Posted from IP:
- Monday, March 19, 2001 at 14:54:22 (EST)
i havent been in the guestbook for so long.. i didnt know it was still so full of life as it was years ago. look, kali's here. and jeaj from scotland. and a huge bunch of others.. maybe i should start hanging out here again. oh, here's noam. hi noam. hi everyone. pats and eddi, werent you at the MB? maybe i'm thinking of the old MB. and omg, claire's here! with her DDAIWD, DDAIW... i remember when i asked her what it meant, when i was so young and tiny. maybe i'll return:) *waves@everyone*
Lizus (Posted from IP:
- Monday, March 19, 2001 at 13:32:41 (EST)
And last but not least--Remember the toy has a Significant Feature that is purposely obscured and misrepresented. This Feature is not Readily Evident. The Toy has a Catch, a certain kind of Partial Adhesion, a strange kind of Traction! The Toy has caused us to become suddenly and accidently hooked and entangled! Only Suspicious Minds would suspect the Toy's Bizarre Conditions. Do you know what they are? I do.
Nevada Kerr (Posted from IP:
USA - Monday, March 19, 2001 at 10:45:09 (EST)
The Toy is Kooky, Strange and Queer. The Mischievous Gnomes and Maids with Medals are back. You remember Mary--she changed her name to TomFoolery! And that Rascal-Rogue Tommy--he nearly burned the field away!!! Toy deviates from the customary, conjures up the peculiar! Toy is a Devilish Antic, a Cunning Means of Gaining our Attention once Again! Get ready for the High Jinks of the Imps of the Perverse! In the Spirit of Halloween Jack and Harlequin, Bowie again returns to the Fantastic Abyss!
Nevada Kerr (Posted from IP:
USA - Monday, March 19, 2001 at 10:35:16 (EST)
The new Album Toy is a Labor of Love--full of fun, games, and pranks. Toy alludes to the "Toy Spree." The Spree is the Spark, Spirit, or Merry Frolic that the Tricksters and Fire Sprites inspire. The Toy is an Antimask--the Secondary Mask, or Grotesque Interlude, between the parts of a Serious Mask. The Toy is also the Ultimate Anti-Light known as MonkeyShine--a Fantastic Light beyond Twilight and Serious Moonlight. The Toy was conceived with no reverence for Reality or Common Sense. The Toy is both Un-Real and Un-Common! Send us Far Far Away!!!
Nevada Kerr (Posted from IP:
USA - Monday, March 19, 2001 at 10:18:35 (EST)
you have to forgive my boys they are protective about papa, Big Bruddah.I will drink with you as my husband is gone now. He had so much trouble with rival ice cream vans chasing him .They would be playing Leonard Cohen but he always play David Bowie.He always hid his little deringer under his cones, but one er day a boy said to papa " i said plain vanilla! no strawberry sauce!" .Papa sob sob looked at the sob sob beautiful white ice cream and saw his own sob sob blood running down der ice cream. They had got him. Papa looked up at Guiseppi his tears turned to laughter as he realised it was only one Guiseppi's pimples exploding.
Momma Rizzo (Posted from IP:
USA - Sunday, March 18, 2001 at 16:00:19 (EST)
hi well i have to say that i love bowie with him its not like how many things like posters you got of him i dont know if making sence well i love any one who loves bowie and me i am a diamond dog
ruby hallows (Posted from IP:
zoetermeer, holland - Sunday, March 18, 2001 at 04:25:10 (EST)
You betcha I'm a bad impersonator Frankie boy, since I'm always myself. And hey, off course I can buy you a drink too. Don't fell left out! Also I'd like to thank your brother for his deliciously spellbinding insights into the icecream business. They sure as hell explain a lot.
BIGbruddah (BIGbruddah@teenagewildlife.com) (Posted from IP:
BRUDDAHTOWN, EUtrash - Saturday, March 17, 2001 at 19:36:24 (EST)
I'm glad your not yourself Frank , how could you be anyone else the way you treated Papa? .He spoiled you and always bought you the lastest toys, mine were always "batteries not included".Yet it was you with the leaky cells.He tried to taka you into the business and all you did was throw ice cream in his face. He said "wear protection son, or the business would go downa hill" .So i did, i wear a nice hairnet, strapped rubber boots and a face mask to protect the ice cream. I wear rubber to protect the business Frank , you wear rubber to protect yourself.It was small details that kept the business going, on my knees in the washrooms, removing small hairs with a tweezer, polishing handles, shining the chrome.Ironing papers crisp with todays's news and a swish with a feather duster and I am happy .Its all to easy now, now that we dont get fluff on our needles.
Guiseppi Rizzo (Posted from IP:
USA - Saturday, March 17, 2001 at 14:51:51 (EST)
And you better not buy Nevada a drink without buying me a drink too!!!
Frank Rizzo (Posted from IP:
USA - Friday, March 16, 2001 at 17:22:43 (EST)
Big Bruddah--It was my intention to be a bad impersonator--I was impersonating the baddest of impersonators. You little wonder you!
Frank Rizzo (Posted from IP:
USA - Friday, March 16, 2001 at 17:21:12 (EST)
So now reading comprehension is required, Kali? I always thought it worked to one's detriment on the Guestbook. Thanks for the helpful hint. :-) Anyway, Q magazine has put out via some sort of licensing arrangement a box set of three disparate Dylan albums, packaged apparently for people who missed them. It's an import here, obviously, and I think you'd do better buying 'em separately, but completists might be interested in the pull quotes endorsing "Time Out of Mind." Both on the front and on the back of the box the Q marketing people have decided that the way to sell the set in part is via Bowie's endorsement, with the latter stating Bowie recorded "Trying to Get to Heaven" immediately after TOOM's emergence, with the cover still awaiting release. Clearly, this box set was not designed with the U.S. classic rock market in mind. I don't think that a consumer who walks into a CD store even in a big U.S. city reading this and thinking "Wow, the album changed Bowie's world, I'd better buy it" would ever be a part of a sane Q/Sony U.S. marketing plan.
rancell (Posted from IP:
NYC, NY USA - Friday, March 16, 2001 at 14:16:53 (EST)
For anyone in the Calgary area --> Mr Rice's Secret has arrived! Canyon Meadows theatre in South Calgary is now showing Mr Rice's Secret!!
Jeaj - lovely page - I think I had a few Scottish ancestors somewhere (mixed in with all the English and German ones!)

Alys (alpalmer@ucalgary.ca) (Posted from IP:
Calgary, AB CANADA - Friday, March 16, 2001 at 13:34:47 (EST)
Good week-end time ! Funny to see the French Orders : "Rétablir" and beside : "Add comment" ! I am very proud to feel at home on TW guestbook as a French-Anglomaniaque girl because of DavyBowie:-) I will think of it during my left-time if there is some some day, as Snoopy would have said when his Daddy Mr. Schultz was on Earth ! Good life, Schultz, in the Skies of questions gently answered to improve peaceful relationship between human beings -not all creatures named men and women- and their Gods ! Cheers to all !
Anne J. (Posted from IP:
Computer off, - Friday, March 16, 2001 at 09:11:27 (EST)
Jeaj: I'm honoured! And enlightened. Very interesting stuff!
Kali (Posted from IP:
USA - Friday, March 16, 2001 at 08:46:39 (EST)
Hey, Jeay! Sorry I peeked since you made that site 'specially for Kali but couldn't resist. (If anyone else want to have a look please change .html to .htm or YAHOO will try to stop you.) I'm so glad we swedes gave up Norway almost a century ago. Sure, we could have had a common wealth of oil but we'd also have these kind of sites about us lurking about. I pity the english... And Kali. 500 pipes, wish I was there.
BIGbruddah (BIGbruddah@teenagewildlife.com) (Posted from IP:
Bruxelles, Belgium - Thursday, March 15, 2001 at 19:55:01 (EST)
My favourite quote of the day - "When man can walk dry shod from England into France, then shall Scotland be separate from England." Coinneach Odhar, the Brahan Seer, c. 1650 (The Channel Tunnel ?) - sorry folks - it's getting near election time again :-)
Jeaj (Posted from IP:
SCOTLAND - Thursday, March 15, 2001 at 18:14:06 (EST)
KALI - I've made a page especially for you :-) www.geocities.com/Athens/Aegean/2653/markofthescots.html
Jeaj (Posted from IP:
SCOTLAND - Thursday, March 15, 2001 at 18:12:08 (EST)
Rancell: the 10,000 are for next April. We're gonna break y'all in with just 500 or so this year ;-)
Kali (Posted from IP:
USA - Thursday, March 15, 2001 at 16:30:17 (EST)
Ilsa, the cockroaches know more than we do. Kali: 10,000 bagpipers and drummers on Fifth Avenue? Amazing. That's gotta be more than this week's grand procession. I had no idea. I guess I would have heard something. Looks like it is for a very good cause.
rancell (Posted from IP:
NYC, NY USA - Thursday, March 15, 2001 at 15:53:04 (EST)
Ilsa!!! It's great to see you!!!!!!! :-)
Kali (Posted from IP:
USA - Thursday, March 15, 2001 at 11:54:38 (EST)
Yo Rancell, you are so right! I can't think of anything I'd like more than to be a cockroach on the wall when Bowie and Hunter bump into each other accidentally in NY!! It's been a long time since I said hi to all you nice people who still remember the GB, so... hi everyone! Hope you are all well and happy. :-)
Ilsa (jsands@hereintown.net) (Posted from IP:
PhreakingPhreezingPhrostburg, MD USA - Thursday, March 15, 2001 at 10:04:24 (EST)
Rancell -- we will have another chance to meet in NYC! I'm heading up on the 1st of April for the big pipe fest (with 500+ pipes and drums) in Central Park! I'll be the guy in the kilt. ;-)
Kali (www.pipefest.com) (Posted from IP:
USA - Thursday, March 15, 2001 at 08:40:35 (EST)
But Frank R. impersonations aside; Off course, I'd offer Nevada a drink. anything to keep her from obsessing.
BIGbruddah (BIGbruddah@teenagewildlife.com) (Posted from IP:
Bruxelles, Belgium - Thursday, March 15, 2001 at 08:36:05 (EST)
Gad, Frank Rizzo, you bad impersonator you! Know what an IP-number is?
BIGbruddah (BIGbruddah@teenagewildlife.com) (Posted from IP:
Belgium - Thursday, March 15, 2001 at 08:31:19 (EST)
As seen in the picture of TW film Section (Elephant Man play), I found Bowie very powerfully quiet and satisfying on the ethics & aesthetics & sexual 1st level. Laughing Gnome lyrics - and music- are genuine and make me recall my Stay as a teenager girl with my cousin beside a lake in the North of England, sit on a stone, before the waterside, the knees high, as 2 little Gnomes (it was in 1976.) Oooh ! forgot the year of creation of The laughing Gnome Song by my dear Davy:-)
Anne J. (- - -) (Posted from IP:
PARIS-F. 75012, - Thursday, March 15, 2001 at 06:16:39 (EST)
My, my Ilsa, Ian certainly is getting conciliatory in his rock n' roll Golden Years. I get the site's newsletter, but I hadn't seen that one. I still don't know whether he and Bowie actually spoke last May when both their bands were rehearsing in the same Chelsea space, Ian for his first U.S. show in a decade, downtown, and Bowie for the Glasto warmup uptown. I do know that members of the respective bands hung out for a bit. Ian's current songwriting partner and bandmate is guitarist Andy Yorke, who is supposed to be on the U.S. tour at least, and hopefully Europe as well. Yorke is best known for his work with Mellencamp, but besides Hunter, in my little world he's really the guitarist in Willie Nile's backup band, the Worry Dolls, who are hot. They'll next be headlining a benefit at the Stone Pony in Asbury Park on Sat. April 7, oddly for a Manchester UK hospital, along with member(s) of the Alarm. I wouldn't expect Ian nor Cougar to make the trek, but when Nile last played a benefit there in November, he got to take part in a couple of songs of a 90-minute set featuring a more-local hero, considerably better known than any of them. :-) So ya' never know. And, yes, Hunter's show seven days before Roseland last June was incredible. He hasn't lost a step. Looking forward to seeing him this fall. In the meantime, dates for Roxy Music are starting to pop up on the East Coast......
rancell (Posted from IP:
NYC, NY USA - Wednesday, March 14, 2001 at 18:26:38 (EST)
Nevada and I are both ignoring you BIGGEY! Your Toy is way too small for the likes of us!
Frank Rizzo (Posted from IP:
USA - Wednesday, March 14, 2001 at 17:41:38 (EST)
Nevada, why are you ignoring me? I am offering to buy you a drink, babe?
BIGbruddah (Posted from IP:
USA - Wednesday, March 14, 2001 at 17:39:12 (EST)
Day finished with my "tour" in TW Web-site to-day ! didn't even understand (ne peux capter le sens de) the previous Bowie fan-text in this Net-Guestbook ! (But i like the Italian ice-creams in England and Italia) Left a message to Kizilkay. Attractive dB calendar this year according to your Mainmenu advice. Good luck for the project of buying one aaaand keeping it nearby all a year, with dB's eyes straight on you and on each gesture you do in your flat ! :-)
Anne J. (Posted from IP:
davidBowieEden , CH Flower power county - Wednesday, March 14, 2001 at 10:36:52 (EST)
papa was so mad when he finds one of his ice creams in the road. The congeeled mass was so undignified .He would say i have sold them nothing but air. I would say dont worry papa thats all any one sells is hot air, thats all the Sun is, is hot air."Do you think i am hot air son"? i would say no papa, only when you eat your broccoli too quickly, then you indeed cover us with moondust.
Frank Rizzo (Posted from IP:
USA - Tuesday, March 13, 2001 at 13:59:58 (EST)
Hi friends of TW Guestbook ! Just listened Golden years-song (Station to station dB album) (reedition) as my neighbour has hit "to death" my stepdoor ! didn't mind : Davy Bowie:-) deserves it !
Anne J. (Posted from IP:
- Tuesday, March 13, 2001 at 03:19:44 (EST)
Damn, I forgot the golden rule: "P.S. Just ignore anybody who posts ridiculous material. Replying only encourages them."
BIGbruddah (BIGbruddah@teenagewildlife.com) (Posted from IP:
Bruxelles, BOOBOO - Monday, March 12, 2001 at 19:48:18 (EST)
Toy...is an OBSESSION of NEVADA KERR's. You shoulda stuck to drinking, babe.
BIGbruddah (BIGbruddah@teenagewildlife.com) (Posted from IP:
Bruxelles, EUtrash - Monday, March 12, 2001 at 19:46:41 (EST)
Hi for the night (cf Nite flights of Black tie-White noise) ! I did not hear Toy album yet (not found yet in Paris by me). Won't spend a bad night because of that but hope for the future.
Anne J. (Posted from IP:
- Monday, March 12, 2001 at 11:54:49 (EST)
The Toy is an attractive-repulsive Incongruity, an unpredictable/impulsive Notion, a Capricious Inclination passing quickly into and out of existence. Engaging Players, the Toy, often produces "effects" beyond itself. By it's very Essence, the Toy, is bound to undergo Metamorphosis. Born from the Twilight, from a quick and ludicrous imagination, the Toy is a Temporary Manifestation (In Form) of the More Enduring "State of Spirit." The Toy is Difficult to Apprehend. It Vanishes so quickly. This Toy Story has an Airy Fragile Quality, an Evanescent Touch of Whimsy that Excites our Consternation & Amazement. The Toy persistently Alters the Arrangement/Order of Our Known Universe! Our tragic-comic condition provides the fuel for the Toy's Absurd Plight/Flight of Fantastic Creation!!!
Nevada Kerr (Posted from IP:
USA - Monday, March 12, 2001 at 10:05:03 (EST)
This Toy is a Fanciful Work of Art, departing markedly from the "Expected..." It is strikingly "Out of the Ordinary," conceived by an unrestrained and fleeting imagination. The Toy was made without adherence to the truth or reality. It challenges Belief. Sensationally Queer, the Toy remains unfathomable. As Players we must assume the Ultimate Responsibility for Our Acts of Free Will without any Certain Knowledge of what is Right or Wrong or Good or Bad. To Play is to plight, to pledge, to plague...to venture, engage, dally, endanger. To Play is to make Merry from the root "murg" which means "short" or "brief." Delight, Mirth and Laughter are short in duration.
Nevada Kerr (Posted from IP:
USA - Monday, March 12, 2001 at 09:54:32 (EST)
Hi there, i rekon this site rocks. Bowie Bowie Bowie. I am certainly not of his era, but he is drilled into my brain, as I would hear him everday as a child, back in 83, now he brings back memories of yesteryear and an era that has now passed. how ever bowies music brings it all back. hes a legend. so is everyone who still listens to his skills of showing his untainted self, no one could put on a face like he does, thanx all
Jesse (jestronix@yahoo.com) (Posted from IP:
North Coast, NS Australia - Monday, March 12, 2001 at 06:14:55 (EST)
Hi ! Love Davy (Bowie-:) with long hair, like in Labyrinth, as a lion, or as now according recently taken pictures . Prefer him, of course, with short "clean" fair-bright or "natural-straw" "head-hair", as any good girl likes to see her charming Prince with clear eyes ! His nose is so exciting, male and perfectly good. i love so much his face, his body and his way of feeling music !
Anne J. (Posted from IP:
- Monday, March 12, 2001 at 05:11:51 (EST)
Me is on the vodka & red bull tonight :-) Still don't tlike David's long hair - ebven when I'm drunk !!!
Jeaj (Posted from IP:
SCOTLAND - Saturday, March 10, 2001 at 20:26:00 (EST)
Hi all! I've just been to visit Ian Hunter's website at www.ianhunter.com. He answers email there intermittently and I thought you might all be interested to read the following answer that he wrote to one of his correspondents with reference to All The Young Dudes: "How do I feel about "ATYD" being a Bowie song? I feel bloody great about it. Mott would have folded if it hadn't been for that song. They would never have become successful and we'd all have been back working at Wiggens (as Stan Tippens used to threaten). I probably wouldn't have written all the songs I wrote later on because I probably wouldn't have had a record company. People say they wish Mott hadn't gone the route they did, but the truth is we had to - there was no alternative. Damned if we did - damned if we didn't. But "ATYD" was and is a great song. I'm only glad I was able to sing it and it helped the rest of my life. I'm glad you like my songs so much and I appreciate that, but "ATYD" gave me the chance to develop and avoid the factory. I'm really very grateful,and so are all the chaps in Mott. It would be rude to be otherwise." He has a new album coming out called Rant, has some tour dates set for the UK in June and is talking about announcing US tour dates in the fall. If you get a chance to see him, take it! You'll be glad you did. :-)
Ilsa (jsands@hereintown.net) (Posted from IP:
Frostburg, MD USA - Saturday, March 10, 2001 at 19:56:29 (EST)
Hi ! What i can write? At first - "HELLO" to B.G.Blue - she is my best friend. I "run,run,run" to inother world everyday. People,dear funs, write me a letter, please! Living in such wildness I'll die without you!!! Goodbye Mr. Ed
Daniele (mitsu@radon.irkutsk.ru) (Posted from IP:
Irkutsk, Russia - Friday, March 09, 2001 at 22:30:18 (EST)
Hi SoulLoveChild... glad you liked Calgary. It has been beautifully warm lately, even up to 13C !! Hopefully we'll get some precipitation so it will be green and warm rather than brown and warm. So much for Calgary being the land of ice and snow (although if you'd headed to eastern Canada, that is another story altogether!) Glad you had fun here... A&B tends to get a lot of my extra cash too *grin*
Alys (alpalmer@ucalgary.ca) (Posted from IP:
Calgary, AB CANADA - Thursday, March 08, 2001 at 14:57:35 (EST)
Good morning in the States of free America ! Just say : at radio-set RTL this morning France, an interview about ancient Egypt : made me think of my previous idea of David (Bowie-:) looking good as a sphinx in the 70' on a famous picture : that was his passage of barrier of Egyptian religion with its terrible Gods of Death, its queen of beauty, Cleopatra, cruel -David is a kind of king of divine Beauty like Cleopatra in Ancient Times. So, he went through all the Countries of sense and of Life in Past : he is really like a "idole" (in French, as Baudelaire would have said to-day) free of doing whatever he decides and wants - in the sense of to want = to need, to think necessary for Life and to desire... as the King of Rock he is in a way for me at least.
Anne J. (Posted from IP:
- Thursday, March 08, 2001 at 05:07:50 (EST)
Ooooo, those Molotov Widows are DEADLY! Especially if they're made by a Swede! =;->
Kali (Posted from IP:
USA - Thursday, March 08, 2001 at 00:45:58 (EST)
Alys, I'm home now... thanks for your kind emails before I left. Calgary was warm and brown - what a shock when I was expecting cold and white!! Spent 1 whole day shopping in your town - boy am I broke but I had fun in MEC and A&B :-)) Skiied 20 days and will be back for more... hopefully a bit more time to catch up for Bowie natter next time. Cheers, SLC.
SoulLoveChild (soullovechild@teenagewildlife.com) (Posted from IP:
Snowy Mountains, Australia - Wednesday, March 07, 2001 at 23:39:27 (EST)
Jeaj, the email will be coming tomorrow, I swear! But isn't it great that you're famous for something? *grin* At the local pub here, I'm rather famous for drinking a double Jack Daniels with a spritz of coke..lol.
Alys (alpalmer@ucalgary.ca) (Posted from IP:
Calgary, AB CANADA - Wednesday, March 07, 2001 at 22:01:11 (EST)
Then again if you want to destroy money whilst drinking. I recommend the Stolli-Bollie famous from some of the greatest most drunken TV ever: Ab. Fab. If you can't find the proper ingredients please write me and I'll slip yeh the recepe for a Stollie-clone called Molotov Widow. Ask Kali what it does to ya. In whatever form... Happy drinking all!!!
BIGbruddah (BIGbruddah@teenagewildlife.com) (Posted from IP:
Bruxelles, StateofMind - Wednesday, March 07, 2001 at 19:04:18 (EST)
Hi ! Sunny day with TW Web-site in Paris offices lunch-time ! Wonderful surprise to get Alabama Song lyrics with you : K. Weill was as genuine as Davy and the great spirits always meet, as it is said in France !
Anne J. (Posted from IP:
- Wednesday, March 07, 2001 at 08:54:41 (EST)
Hi again people. Yeah, Vodka and red bull is a nice thing, but way to expensive. I mush prefer a cheap excuse for vodke (a bottle for 10NIS, which is about 2.5 dollars), with coca-ola, or just juice... Does the trick.
Noam Gal (FNGAL@wis.weizmann.ac.il) (Posted from IP:
Rehovot, Israel - Wednesday, March 07, 2001 at 03:18:10 (EST)
He he he - famous for something at last !!! :-) Hi Claire and Noam and all the oldies like me :) and Alys of course - when am I getting that email ?????? and aye - it is still the Spiced Rum - but I like the odd vodka and red bull these days too (like AFTER The Spiced rum for added alcoholic effect !!) As for the beard - I dont think thats the problem - and as a long hair lover it pains me to say this - but god David - GET YOUR HAIR cut !!!! it makes him look ten years older !
Jeaj (airiddh@hotmail.com) (Posted from IP:
still the best place in the world..., SCOTLAND - Tuesday, March 06, 2001 at 15:19:09 (EST)
hallo to all those old TWers come to pop by... miss chatting with ya! And Claire, of course we're still talking about Jeaj's drinking LOLOL! I think it's still Morgan's - that's what she was drinking when she was here with me! *grin*
Alys (alpalmer@ucalgary.ca) (Posted from IP:
calgary, ab canada - Tuesday, March 06, 2001 at 14:24:15 (EST)
dystopian recordings (dystopianrecordings@yahoo.com) (Posted from IP:
USA - Tuesday, March 06, 2001 at 11:26:32 (EST)
God pats it's like 'old home' week here with lots of old TW'ers checking in . Just want to say a quick hello to all of you Bowie nuts. We love the beard. Not sure about the tonsils or whatever. Life is good. We are absolutely fabulous. Ta ta
Patsy and Edina (Posted from IP:
London,west, Great Britain - Tuesday, March 06, 2001 at 10:22:27 (EST)
2 p.m. in Paris, France = just tried to say I find David with a beard when he is not "too tired" very clean and nice like on the Bowiestyle cover (Omnibus edition). Good end of to-day : thanks for the texts of the lyrics of Be my wife song.
Anne J. (Posted from IP:
- Tuesday, March 06, 2001 at 08:20:42 (EST)
Hi people. I haven't posted here for some long time now, and I am happy to see this place as lively as ever. Keep up the good work, and hi to all the people who may still remember me, from the good old days. ta-ta.
Noam Gal (yaron.gal@weizmann.ac.il) (Posted from IP:
Rehovot, Israel - Tuesday, March 06, 2001 at 05:42:11 (EST)
oi. this isn'T just another stoopid letter raving some shite. just wanna know if there is anyone out there in cyberland who truly appreciates the influence ponk ruck has had in the big wide world of musik and bowie's work for that matter. i like punk. if so write to me. did I hear someone say desperado? tschuss
you suck (kool_aid_06) (Posted from IP:
BRISBANE, ? what? - Monday, March 05, 2001 at 22:25:13 (EST)
Why, hello there. If anyone wants to e-mail me, please do. :)
glossyflower (glossyflower@teenagewildlife.com) (Posted from IP:
Peterborough, UK - Monday, March 05, 2001 at 16:58:16 (EST)
I can't believe it!!!! It must have been about two years since i have left a message on this page and you people are still talking about hoe much Jeaj drinks!!! Is it still Morgans spiced rum??? Anyway hope you have all kept well... DDAIWD, DDAIW!!!!
Claire (Posted from IP:
Dudley (formally Hull!!), Blighty - Monday, March 05, 2001 at 16:40:39 (EST)
Hello! David Bowie rulez!!! Please visit us at: http://www.mainstream-online.com Thanx! Cya!
Manuel (manuel@mainstream-online.com) (Posted from IP:
Vienna, Austria - Monday, March 05, 2001 at 14:38:33 (EST)
Just Hi ! dreamt of Mr. Bowie last night : a "nightmare" : Sydney Rome playing Drums in a video clip for Maxwell "Cafe". Completly psyche' ! One of these most beautiful girls in the world ! Mr Bowie was thin as the Thin white duke, we were in a Hotel trying to open doors... but there was no wall, just Ocean with a white ship stopped further.
Anne J. (Posted from IP:
- Monday, March 05, 2001 at 05:02:22 (EST)
BIGbruddah (BIGbruddah@teenagewildlife.com) (Posted from IP:
BRUDDAHTOWN, Belgium - Saturday, March 03, 2001 at 20:37:13 (EST)
Hi everybody. This is not Bowie-related AT ALL but I am since I lurv the man and his production. A friend just died of cancer 38 yrs. old and I'm feeling depressed. Just putting his name "Lars-Göran Jönsson" up here on the guestbook to commemorate him is a thing I wanted to do. Everybody take care. Think about your next step. One never knows when the thin white duke will call you home to base.
BIGbruddah (BIGbruddah@teenagewildlife.com) (Posted from IP:
BRUDDAHTOWN, Belgium - Saturday, March 03, 2001 at 20:34:53 (EST)
It is so great to read about the positive happening with the Tibetan Benefit. It's so awesome! Bowie does so much to bring people together. While fans celebrated and reflected on this event back east - Seattle was shaken by an earthquake, Feb. 28th. Needless to say, cafes in my neighborhood play "Ricochet", full volumn; people sitting in coffee houses, listening silently and grinning at one another over their mugs. Peace, Love & Light!
Orandon (OMarie@sccd.ctc.edu) (Posted from IP:
Seattle, WA USA - Friday, March 02, 2001 at 15:41:02 (EST)
Hey, guys. Long time, no post! Sorry I missed the Tibet Show, but it sounds like you all had a good time. But about this recent B'net post and its response. First off, a simple "duh." You have to know you're only going to get a handful of songs (if that) at one of these things. We shouldn't always expect a GQ Awards deal. Secondly, I can't imagine that Bowie was anything but sarcastic in that response. That he would spoil the surprise for the rest of us seems pretty unlike him. (Like I know him personally or something, right?)
aimee (Posted from IP:
USA - Friday, March 02, 2001 at 12:44:53 (EST)
Thanks Kali, ditto, and I hope you're right. And I think KM is right, though I'm not sure how to read Bowie's post (specifically why I raised it). It was implicit in Bowie saying he would do a song the vast majority of a Carnegie audience had never heard or heard of that he would do something everyone had heard to balance it out. I'm not saying that the Bowienet poster doesn't have a right to criticize, in fact, good for him, Bowienet doesn't exactly lend itself to criticism of Bowie. But the supposed B'net sycophants are exactly right here, just because the guy criticized Bowie doesn't make it valid or true. Calling "Heroes" a safe choice ignores the second song performed, which was anything but, a fact uniformly recognized by the professional reviewers. And as the guy surely heard but failed to understand, the version of Heroes played wasn't any nostalgia trip either. The poster can't be blamed for wanting more, it's a natural instinct, but he surely can be pitied for not understanding what was going on. It wasn't hard to figure out. It was announced beforehand. Of course, I agree with Alladin too.
rancell (Posted from IP:
NYC, NY USA - Friday, March 02, 2001 at 10:42:13 (EST)
Yea, Kali, I agree. I re-read the posts between "sailor" and the original poster and I thought "sailor" was being very sarcky there. Seemed rather pissed off, which is interesting as (from what I've seen anyway) he ignores critical posts. The thing is that he made it very clear in chat that he was only singing (and believe these were the words, as told to me by someone there, anyway) "two songs, three tops." Despite the fact I wasn't in chat that night and didn't plan on going, even I knew that. It was common knowledge, or so I presumed. Really the thing to be debated about the original post was pointing to Heroes as sort of a easy way out. Personally Heroes was a good choice for the Tibet Benefit. Sure, he drags it out for all sorts of charity events, but it is, IMHO, very befitting... I mean should he have sung something that the casual fan has never heard just to please his hardcore fans ( I think Repetition would have gone over splendidly with the Dali, hehehe), or play something a lot of people know and that can be construed as being relative to the benefit? Oh, crap... At the end of the day who gives a rat's ass? The man's gonna do exactly what he wants to do. LOL!
KMSV (Posted from IP:
USA - Friday, March 02, 2001 at 08:32:35 (EST)
Hi ! Tomorrow, Saturday and end of the week for me : so far from Iman and David Bowie in fact but in union with the Dinosaurs of Rock Music : i say my dear Keith, so wealthy and awfully handsom and my beloved Davy, so wonderfully weird and gently rebel. Anne Jidkoff, 12 rue du Docteur Goujon, 75012 PARIS - FRANCE.
Anne J. (Posted from IP:
- Friday, March 02, 2001 at 04:55:50 (EST)
Rancell, I'm sure he's just blowin' smoke up that guys ass. BTW: I'm sorry I didn't get to meet you up in NY Monday. I've really enjoyed your posts and it woulda been kewl to talk to ya in person!
Kali (Posted from IP:
USA - Thursday, March 01, 2001 at 19:59:50 (EST)
The element of surprise no longer exists. It is sad!
Pam (ladystardust_98@yahoo.com) (Posted from IP:
NYC, NY USA - Thursday, March 01, 2001 at 17:22:58 (EST)
sterling campbell is bowie's best drummer he was f*cking awesome monday, and in june and at kit kat, and the outside album. I wondeer how he would've been on the outside tour, earthling, 50th b'day show and earthling tour. keep pounding those skins kid!
aladinvein (Posted from IP:
ny, ny USA - Thursday, March 01, 2001 at 16:39:52 (EST)
So because of the complaints of some guy who didn't like Monday's show--someone who came over from Europe for what he knew would be two songs and is dissatisfied about the "setlist"--now Bowie claims that he is going to release benefit setlists beforehand. I'm not sure if Bowie's post on his site is serious. Does this mean we have to be ready to avert our eyes whenever we look there? Or here? My hope is that Bowie is just humoring the clown, and my request is that if he isn't, those so inclined to know every detail in advance will learn to use the word **SPOILER.** It's one thing knowing he's gonna take a flyer on "Silly Boy Blue"; it's another to know what exactly what's going to happen beforehand. Sheesh.
rancell (Posted from IP:
NYC, NY USA - Thursday, March 01, 2001 at 16:03:28 (EST)
patti, indeed, I was wondering if that was the right one or not. But on the Vote this week it is "tonsor"... very srange. If it is indeed supposed to be tonsure, then I know exactly what it means :)
So, Evan, which is it????

Alys (alpalmer@ucalgary.ca) (Posted from IP:
Calgary, AB CANADA - Thursday, March 01, 2001 at 14:51:21 (EST)
KM, Slash's presence would have been welcome and well used Monday. For that matter, so would have Paige Hamilton's.
rancell (Posted from IP:
NYC, NY USA - Thursday, March 01, 2001 at 14:05:32 (EST)
YAY!! roxy is coming!!! i can hardly wait. hmmm...maybe we can get that bowie/roxy show at the tower yet??? and alys...perhaps you mean tonsure? just a thought.
patti (pattibowie@home.com) (Posted from IP:
- Thursday, March 01, 2001 at 13:22:59 (EST)
i was pleased to see TW reviews on Carnegie Hall 26th Concert ! (Serious work from the listeners to this great Charity concert for Tibet ! and very nice way to know it was fine, being on my chair this morning having a loving glance for my dear David on TW Web-site !
Anne J. (Posted from IP:
- Thursday, March 01, 2001 at 04:30:59 (EST)
Could someone please enlighten me as to the meaning of the word "tonsor"? I cannot find my Oxford English dictionary. thx :)
Alys (alpalmer@ucalgary.ca) (Posted from IP:
Calgary, AB CANADA - Thursday, March 01, 2001 at 00:55:57 (EST)
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