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Teenage Wildlife Guestbook February 2002

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this site is great. though i can't see where the new stuff is. eva thought of having an UPDATES section on the front page to make it more clearer. thanx.
Anon (??) (Posted from IP:
??, ?? ?? - Tuesday, February 26, 2002 at 11:42:16 (EST)
tanks very much Kali! How ya be?? - Bons
Bonser (dbfan@aol.com) (Posted from IP:
USA - Sunday, February 24, 2002 at 23:08:22 (EST)
Great job on the newsletter, Bonster!
Kali (Posted from IP:
USA - Sunday, February 24, 2002 at 09:36:43 (EST)
Issue #253 of DB newsletter out now! *Bowie debuts new song at Tibet House benefit ** Rumour Mill - Bowie to play another festival? ** Bowie to stage Meltdown Festival - definite ** "Fame" recycled ** Bowie rakes in the bucks in 2001 ** Moby on Bowie ** Belew looking to get on Bowie's label? Lots more! dbfan@aol.com to subscribe or http://www39.pair.com/malky/db/bonster/
Bonster (dbfan@aol.com) (Posted from IP:
USA - Saturday, February 23, 2002 at 23:56:55 (EST)
well, another great tibet show!! glad to hear a new song- "i would be your slave" and a fab rendition of "space oddity". david was looking quite dapper with his lovely suit and (finally) short hair. his voice was in great shape and i look forward to him doing a bit of touring this summer. sorry i missed seeing so many of you...but gosh, it was great to see those i did see. i can't wait till summer!!
patti (pattibowie@comcast.net) (Posted from IP:
- Saturday, February 23, 2002 at 12:37:18 (EST)
This is great stuff! Keep it up. http://www.employeehandbooksample.com.
Buddy (Posted from IP:
none, none USA - Friday, February 22, 2002 at 18:56:47 (EST)
Tonight's show is officially sold out. A lot of good press this week did it, and so far as I know, it was never advertised, beyond the announcements on the Tibet and CH Web sites.
rancell (Posted from IP:
NYC, NY USA - Friday, February 22, 2002 at 09:52:22 (EST)
see you guys in NY tonight! i'll be in the balcony but i am keeping an eye out and will be at the faces and names place. xo
patti (pattibowie@comcast.net) (Posted from IP:
- Friday, February 22, 2002 at 09:34:13 (EST)
Is Bowie now selling a word cutup program? So: A new song tomorrow? That's what I'm hoping for. Some people beyond the inner-est circle may know already, because they're supposed to be dress rehearsing at CH right around now.
rancell (Posted from IP:
NYC, NY USA - Thursday, February 21, 2002 at 16:07:28 (EST)
YOUR CRUSIFIX (Posted from IP:
USA - Thursday, February 21, 2002 at 15:45:06 (EST)
Shai!!!!! You're here, too!!!!!
Kali (Posted from IP:
USA - Thursday, February 21, 2002 at 12:55:12 (EST)
dear david with recount to the past it is with regret that one informs you of your chimpette what a shame we could not have worked together in a strict sence of amusement fun and high reverie so with due sicourse one wantthis known victoria osborn meeting at flat 2 apartment 5 hull no telephone refernce my sourjourn at leeds reference the abolition of newyork the victoria osbourn is responsible for the act or 60000 dead split my seeds to find the truth if you respond to my fax then one would welcome the response as a million and on thing to do starting with untrapping my childs mind the word on the beat street this club is closed enjoy the rocks man please put the lads blessings down and with concerns to the three wize kings from one moth to another who the hells zoltan balre covert name prince of darkness or dark kiss to your count look what he did on the day i returned from cosalt it fitted lamps either side of the bed and i compained and he place three fingers downmy nose and totop of my cap r.s.v.p fancy a meeting what with all your sqillions and why not call for a rendezvous your the bat with cat melanie not merl not the popes pisser and you know you want to after the festival of lights look what she did britain first bastard a garlic crunch and a book called anno anno it gave me dracul to read at 14 still ill be fine i always am dont cry just think of me and worry like mad i am going under again bubble up and salt will dry your eye eyes strange days dedicate a smile to us respects of emotion melanie for their sins watkins he took from my graces and creamed my ass off excuse my open words who shit stirred between us thier maid of honour mommoly papparly
melanie watkins (wizz19) (Posted from IP:
hull, USA - Thursday, February 21, 2002 at 11:02:15 (EST)
WOW!!!! Kali, Hallu and spidey. haven't seen those name in ages on the GB and now all together at once.
Shai (shai_shamir@hotmail.com) (Posted from IP:
ISRAEL - Thursday, February 21, 2002 at 10:53:12 (EST)
I like the hotel 'cuz of the Full English Breakfast ;-) I'm comin' up to Maine for a family reunion in August...in Belgrade, I think. Anywhere near you? Drop me an e-mail...
Kali (kaliman@teenagewildlife.com) (Posted from IP:
USA - Thursday, February 21, 2002 at 08:56:03 (EST)
LOL, yep that is a damn fine place to stay. My girlfriend's family is heading to London in April, and I tried recommending that place to them, but nooo, they wanna stay in a "real" hotel that costs like 150 pounds a night, ah well they got the money for it. And what the hell are you going to be doing in Maine?
Hallu (Posted from IP:
USA - Thursday, February 21, 2002 at 08:19:44 (EST)
KMSV, I figure when I see it, I *might* believe it! In the meantime... GO CANADA! (just been watching the men's hockey!)
Alys (alpalmer@ucalgary.ca) (Posted from IP:
Calgary, ab Canada - Thursday, February 21, 2002 at 01:50:39 (EST)
Hallu: I'll be staying at the hotel in London that you recommended to me a couple of years ago. I stayed there in '99 and loved it and will be there again this April and May! :-) I'll also be in your neck of the woods this summer. Listen for the pipes!
Kali (Posted from IP:
USA - Wednesday, February 20, 2002 at 23:35:30 (EST)

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Heavy metal rocks.

Be@vis and Buthead (Posted from IP:
USA - Wednesday, February 20, 2002 at 22:25:14 (EST)
Hi everybody! I just want to say, that I really do love David Robert Jones. Boy, could he play guitar! xxx Sina
Sina (HunkyDory1971@gmx.de) (Posted from IP:
hannover, Germany - Wednesday, February 20, 2002 at 16:18:22 (EST)
Sure, Rancell... just like this is the SECOND march in a row where we're supposed to be expecting an album? Just like we're supposed to have a headliner for the Tibet show in TWO days? Just like Elvis IS really dead? Oh wait...
KMSV (Posted from IP:
USA - Wednesday, February 20, 2002 at 15:33:08 (EST)
There's a good reason why the Bowienet interview is now available on Moby's site. A very good reason, in fact. With the eternal caveat that nothing is finalized until it is announced, it looks like Moby has found a headliner for the Area:Two festival this summer.
rancell (Posted from IP:
NYC, NY USA - Wednesday, February 20, 2002 at 10:57:21 (EST)
I'm doing really well, thanks for asking Spidey :-) How about yourself? Yep, it has been a long long time since I've talked with any of the TW old timers :-) Got a great job now, pay is much better, and they pay for training, as well as college, so they can give me a new, even better paying position in the company. Corporate America baffles me, but hey, I'll take it :-) I may be taking a trip back to England in September if I can stop spending all my extra cash on my bass rig.
Hallu (Posted from IP:
USA - Wednesday, February 20, 2002 at 10:46:52 (EST)
Happy concert for the very perfect subject of Tibet next 22nd February : kisses to my dearest Davy Bowie and my hands open to the happy guys and ladies who will be there ! My heart is with the Dalaï-Lama and his smiling and serious soul.
Ann from Bowieart site friends community (TCHERNIGOV@lycos.fr) (Posted from IP:
Paris, F FRANCE - Wednesday, February 20, 2002 at 03:54:54 (EST)
HALLU!!!! just spotted your name down there at the bottom of the GB!!! How the heckity heck are ya??? bin YONKS since we spoke :-)) On the subject of long time no speaks......JEAJ if you read this...did you get my e-mail the other day???? **sigh** Nostalgia aint what it used to be ;-) Spidey =^..^=
Spidey (Spidey@davidbowie.com) (Posted from IP:
UK - Tuesday, February 19, 2002 at 16:02:19 (EST)
Fun to be the second comment on the page of the TW guestbook to-day : All right for me Good front page from TW to-day 19 th february. If Tony Sales reads somehow this : I will sell to him a smart little dog white and very lively named Tea-Time, aged 4 months : he likes me but would prefer a great master very manish and very tall and is a very good friend (doesn't sleep on the bed but in the dinner-room and is a very good boy to keep the home) He likes fish, crackers, cereals for the morning ! It is 9:45 in Paris to-day morning and I feel fine. Your friend to all TW-fans
Anne J. (tchernigov@yahoo.fr) (Posted from IP:
Paris, F France - Tuesday, February 19, 2002 at 03:44:11 (EST)
Why do people post these forms???
Rancell, you'll have to keep us all updated on news-- I wish I could go see the Tibet show with all of you guys!

Alys (alpalmer@ucalgary.ca) (Posted from IP:
Calgary, Ab Canada - Monday, February 18, 2002 at 19:04:12 (EST)

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Heckle and Jeckle (Posted from IP:
USA - Monday, February 18, 2002 at 18:18:06 (EST)

I thought I was seeing things late last night, early this morning, signing onto Bowienet, and the only news item for 2/18 is an essay from a University of Maryland professor representing the Ayn Rand Society, about President's Day (that's today for those of you who are elsewhere). A missive to leadership responsibility, by Rand standards pretty mild. It's long gone now, replaced by a much more Rand-ian free-market eBay auction, No. 6, and in true Rand-ian fashion, no mention of charity whatsoever, just good old-fashioned profit. Bowie really has tapped into the spirit of the Internet. Sell it all, I say. Truly odd stuff, even odder given that there's some actual music coming up this week. ...
rancell (Posted from IP:
NYC, NY USA - Monday, February 18, 2002 at 12:46:00 (EST)
No! go out and buy your own. or borrow them from a library. What do think this is a charity shop!!!!
Miss Stubbs (Posted from IP:
USA - Sunday, February 17, 2002 at 15:52:56 (EST)
Hi! Could someone please tape the Bowie albums "Low" and "Heroes" for me? I would really appreciate that. Please, mail me! larz@gustafsson.as Thank you!
Larz Gustafsson (larz@gustafsson.as) (Posted from IP:
Gävle, SWEDEN - Saturday, February 16, 2002 at 08:36:32 (EST)
OT news: kevin smith, new zealand actor, died.
Lizz (Posted from IP:
- Saturday, February 16, 2002 at 03:18:21 (EST)
Rancell, and KMSV we're are hanging out next week! faces & Names, Hell,
niteflite (Posted from IP:
USA - Friday, February 15, 2002 at 17:26:12 (EST)
Diapetics Diapetics is the modern science of the mind which enables everybody to cure everybody else of everything, just by reading this book. In simple language, readily intelligible to the layman, the creator of diapetics explains the secrets of the crisp, the pre-crisp, the slush, and the bookie. DIAPETICS (GR., DIAPER-BREECHCLOTH) IS AN INFANT science. Perhaps we can best explain diapetics by analogy. Picture the mind as a refrigerator (gas or electric). Now diapetics demonstrates that part of the mind retains concepts not available for immediate use or analysis. These concepts have been frozen in the mind's ice tray. In another section of the mind we find the crisper. The crisper keeps ideas and concepts fresh, edible, and not too damp. (Green ideas should be left on the window sill for a few days). Controlling both the ice tray and the crisper is the defroster. We have also discovered a mysterious "Z Quality" in the mind. This flows from the cream cheese to the soup greens. Our knowledge of "Z," however, is still limited. The Theory of the Crisp The fundamental aim of diapetics is to skim the patient. A skimmed patient is one who has undergone intense therapy with a diapetic therapist or bookie. In such a patient you will find the ice tray empty, the crisper full, and a dozen eggs behind the can of peaches. He is what we call, in diapetics, a crisp. A crisp is any person whose ice cubes have been refiled in his crisper by diapetic therapy. A crisp has an I.Q. 200 points higher than before treatment. He is kind and lovable, yet stern at times. He does not get sick, nor does he worry. Sexually he is irresistible ("a ball of fire in the feathers" as the bookies say in their colloquial manner). He is five feet ten and has limpid brown eyes, unless he is a woman, in which case she is five feet five. Diapetics refers to all people who have not undergone therapy as pre-crisps. Sometimes therapists are content to have the patient emerge from therapy a slush. A slush is a person whose ice cubes have melted to the extent that they can be moved without resort to hammer and screwdriver. (Diapetics is absolutely opposed to surgery.) Thus we can see at a glance that diapetics realizes a centuries-old dream: it is a science that explains the mind. The Flex The basic contribution of diapetics to science is its discovery of the flex as the sole cause of all mental disturbance. A small flex (flexette) may have little effect upon the patient's life. But a large Aex (flexolo) may so completely disorient the patient as to render him unfit for society. A flex is any prenatal disagreement overheard by a foetus, zygote, or particularly clever ovary. We must remember that prior to birth the foetus and the zygote are often unconscious. In this condition, any prenatal disagreement is received by the foetal ice tray as a flex which will later have the power of command over the patient. (For an earlier account of these conclusions, see my article: "The Flex-Mind," in Preposterous Science Fantasy, August, r949) Here is a classic example of the flex, drawn from one of the 855 Patients on whom the Diapetic Institute conducted clinical tests with maddeningly strict scientific controls. Shortly after conception, the foetus in question overheard an argument between its parents. The argument, acrimonious in character, reached its climax when the mother shouted, "Go ahead, you son of a bitch, hit me with that andiron!" Naturally this statement went directly to the foetal ice tray where it acted as a flex with the power of command. Whenever the patient, in adult life, caught sight of an andiron (or a son of a bitch), he insisted upon being beaten on the head. After 98 beatings with an andiron, the patient turned to diapetics for relief. (He has been crisped.) Technique of Therapy With a little practice, the lay bookie should have no difficulty in returning his patient to prenatal experiences. Simply place the patient on a couch in a position of complete relaxation. Speak in a quiet, intense voice. Say, "Slide back, slide back, please." This is known as the diapetic slide-back. It soon induces what is known to the bookies as the diapetic daze. Bookies must take special care not to enter the daze with the patient. In diapetic practice situations have arisen in which both patient and bookie returned, hand in hand, to the prenatal area where they began life anew. In such cases, a third bookie must be called in. Contrary to popular belief, prenatal life is very hectic. Many sounds penetrate to the foetus. Its cells are constantly assailed by the clatter of milk bottles, delivery trucks, thunder storms, and the din of intercourse. Each of these experiences is a trauma producing unconsciousness on the foetus, and each is responsible for a flex which must be beat around and washed up. (More on the beat-around and the wash-up later.) You are now ready for the bounce-back. This is the technique by which the patient, already in the prenatal period, is forced back as close to the moment of conception as possible. Concentrate on the bounce-back. It will bring you face to face with the early flexolos. The Resister When a patient resists prenatal bounce-back, the bookie may tie him in an old flour sack and dump him in a tub of water heated to the average mean temperature of the amniotic fluid. This technique, known as diapetic soakage, must be used only in difficult cases. Do not attempt soakage on your first case. After you have handled a few simple bounce-backs you will be better able to handle soakage. Remember: soakage is hot-wire stuff! On reaching the prenatal disagreement, beat it around, then wash it up. The wash-up is accomplished by making the patient repeat the conversation until it has melted sufficiently to be transferred from the ice tray to the crisper. Be sure that it does not drip on the lamb chops. The Bookie's Oath To ensure the best therapeutic practices, the Diapetic Institute has prepared a Bookie's Oath. Inform the patient of this oath and take it in his presence: On my honor I will be neat, clean, courteous, kind, and attentive. I will not wear flashy clothes and I will not use strong language. I pledge to locate, beat around, and wash up all flexes, flexettes, and flexolos. In addition, every bookie should display his Diapetic Certificate in a prominent place. Such certificates may be obtained after completion of the two-week course in diapetics at the National Diapetic Institute. Those who take the three-week course will receive the special postgraduate certificate. Write to the registrar for rates. Axioms of Diapetics We diapeticians are rather amused today to look back upon our early axioms and observe how crude they were. Today, however, every bookie who wishes to practice efficiently should learn the following scientific axioms formulated by the Institute: The Life Surge of the slush plus the analytical power of the pre-crisp is not equal to the Life Surge of the crisp. Never talk in the presence of a foetus. The saturation point of a slush, or equally, any group of postcrispies, is expressed in the equation: SP=KG2x(.0000000000000000000000000000000000006624) (Planck's constant), where K is kilograms of Life Surge, and G is the cubic capacity of the crisper. Diapetics solves only the problems of the known universe. Bookies do not concern themselves with the solution of other problems. During coitus, be sure not to upset any zygotes. The defroster is the link between Darwin and Einstein. A Typical Case Here is a case which demonstrates in capsule form the technique of diapetic therapy as practiced by an experienced bookie. This case concerns a foetus named Smith. Smith came for therapy because he was always answering the telephone whether it rang or not. The bookie gave Smith a quick slide-back, immersed him in daze, and returned him to an early prenatal period without recourse to the bounce-back. The bookie then concentrated on a post-zygote period shortly after conception. A few easily accessible flexes indicated that Smith's parents had intercourse so often that Smith thought he was living in a penal colony. Each of these episodes filled Smith's ice tray with flexes. (The bookie washed up a total of 645 Prenatal flexes before Smith was finally crisped.) The prime flex (first flex received after conception) resisted approach for 378 hours of therapy. The bookie finally melted it after intense soakage. Following is a transcript of the prime flex: Patient: I hear a voice. It's mama. She's saying, "Darling, darling, again, again!" Over. Bookie: Roger. Slide back, slide back. Beat it around. Over. Patient: Roger. Another voice. Father's. He's saying, "There goes the damn phone! Damn phone!" Over. Bookie: Roger. Intensify bounce-back. Beat it around. Beat it around. Over. Patient: Roger. Mama: "Again, again." Father: "Can't while the damn phone's ringing. Got to answer, got to answer." (Here the patient sighed contentedly, re-enacting foetal relief at the interruption.) Father: "No, no, no! This is not the Biltmore Delicatessen!" Having reached this flex, the bookie was able to wash it up. Five wash-ups and this flex was in the patient's crisper! Another 867 hours of therapy, and the patient was a complete crisp. He no longer answers the phone, even when it rings. The Future This, then, is the world of diapetics. It is your science, your world. You can leave it alone, or you can take diapetics and remake yourself, your friends, your universe." -- .
michelangelo indianonii (Posted from IP:
USA - Friday, February 15, 2002 at 16:32:49 (EST)
Let's hope that isn't true, eh? And Rancell, who says I'm a real person anyways? Actually I am Princess Gityeroxoff from the small Polynesian Island of Hapy Ow-ahh. No, really. BTW, the armageddon is nigh- Barely Man-Enough's new album is number three. Oh and I hear tell there is a meet up at Faces and Names after show. I almost ended up going to Hell (the bar, not my eventual fate) on the wrong night, hehehe. Oh and one last thing- cameras not allowed inside, I assume?
KMSV (Posted from IP:
USA - Friday, February 15, 2002 at 11:00:42 (EST)
While we're at it, there's some bad news or a rumor, I'm not sure which, floating around the Web, that Patti's great drummer, Jay Dee Daughtery, got messed up in a motorcycle accident last Friday, and won't be available for Tibet and a benefit a week later. Double duty for Sterling?
rancell (Posted from IP:
NYC, NY USA - Thursday, February 14, 2002 at 14:26:01 (EST)
LOLs, very funny, I loathe the scalpers and I'm no fan of the brokers either. Not really a trekkie either, but I enjoy it. In fact, this morning I was simply ticket shopping. You read what I saw. :-) Waldorf, wow. I'd better get back to work. I didn't know real people were allowed to stay there. I thought it was just politicians and royalty. Can we wreck your room?
rancell (Posted from IP:
NYC, NY USA - Thursday, February 14, 2002 at 14:08:42 (EST)
Rancell, just what *IS* your job? Are you some Ticketbastard spy? The James Bond of scalping? Micheal Musto? How would any one human know all of this stuff? Don't tell me, you're really Data from Star Trek Next Gen.
KMSV (Posted from IP:
USA - Thursday, February 14, 2002 at 12:28:43 (EST)
And if you haven't bought yet, you might wanna reconsider. Carnegie Hall has freed up some seats in the orchestra that are as good, in some cases arguably better, than what was available on the initial release in December. There are some seats in the system that are up real close on the side, which can be great seats. How many, and whether there will be more released, is anybody's guess. But they're there, in fact, they are available right now online.
rancell (Posted from IP:
NYC, NY USA - Thursday, February 14, 2002 at 11:09:31 (EST)
We'll be there Patti Patti Mo Matti. :) We're at the Waldorf if'n you wanna give us a jingle. It's going to be three day war. Barney's Warehouse Sale is going on- new mechandise added daily. WHEEEEE!
KMSV (Posted from IP:
USA - Thursday, February 14, 2002 at 07:38:31 (EST)
okay already...who am i going to see at the show next week (and i don't mean on the stage)?? i sure can't wait!!!!!
patti (pattibowie@comcast.net) (Posted from IP:
- Wednesday, February 13, 2002 at 23:46:03 (EST)
Well, for couple of years she's been having a bizarre habit/hobby, - farting on cream cakes... (beats me) It's amazing to see her taking off her pants, exposing her bare butt before me, then bending over, squating with it to the cake, and vigorously breaking winds all over it. It's so wierd! Once I decided to get down to it and asked her as to the meaning of this bizarre fetish, so she told me that it has turned her on since being a little girl. Beats me! She can hardly even explain it to herself! So one day while I was drinking my coffee, she approached me, took a cake out of the frige, got undressed and carried out her constant ritual. I got suddenly so turned on, that my penis thought of punching my stretched pants, so I took 'em off. Astonished and grateful, I stared at my lover performing the ceremony easily and slowly, thanking holy ghost for her beauty. She bent down to place her @ss in front of the cake, while I'm standing in the corner watching her drawing near, her slot and @sshole are approximately 2-3 inches from the cake, waiting patiently for the digestion gases to accumulate, then be thrust out of her body to meet the beneign cake. She told me she'd had the beans, so she was equiped with a lot of farts just to be proud of. After she let out a silent one, felt only due to its odor, she broke winds loudly, about 5 or 6 in a row, every one of them sounded like a canon bombardment, or at least - a starting motorcycle. The last one lasted 7 whole seconds. Initially the smell was hot, strong and condensed as the molecules were too dense. After a while when it began to spread, it has become sharp, punctual and less offensive. After about 20 seconds it felt all over the room, surprisingly turning me on. She raised from the bending position, getting up on her feet. I kissed and hugged her passionately, thanking her for thrilling me, and we both went to the bedroom to make love and view a Veronica Moser film. As for the cake- after a few hours it was a total mess, looked full of fungi and all sorts of bacteria and sour, still carrying Sandra's wonderful smell. Needless to say, it served as our desert for dinner that very evening (yummy...). She also had confessed to mostly enjoy breaking silent and smelly farts while in public or near strange people (preferably her male friends - ughhh give me a break!) - but that's for another time.
KREE MEE (Posted from IP:
USA - Wednesday, February 13, 2002 at 19:05:42 (EST)
Kali... too long... or he copied and pasted it to make it easier. For all those Canadian Bowie fans who have Showcase- it is airing The Hunger tonight on their late night revue (starts at 11pmMST).
Alys (alpalmer@ucalgary.ca) (Posted from IP:
Calgary, AB Canada - Wednesday, February 13, 2002 at 13:33:19 (EST)
A couple of critics voted for "America" in the Village Voice poll of top records of the year, just out at www.villagevoice.com. The cover tied for 246th place. Better than going unnoticed, I guess. Dylan won by a mile for albums, Missy Elliott won the singles category. The Concert for New York also got a few votes in the album category.
rancell (Posted from IP:
NYC, NY USA - Tuesday, February 12, 2002 at 16:10:18 (EST)
I wonder how long it took him to type all that...
Kali (Posted from IP:
USA - Tuesday, February 12, 2002 at 15:02:47 (EST)
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Steven (Posted from IP:
USA - Tuesday, February 12, 2002 at 13:02:13 (EST)
And Billboard just put up a feature about the London festival this spring, adding nothing new, and noting this at the end about ISO, "The label will release Bowie's upcoming album, which he is currently recording with longtime collaborator Tony Visconti. A spokesperson says the album will be released by year's end." Distribution ain't easy, they say.
rancell (Posted from IP:
NYC, NY USA - Tuesday, February 12, 2002 at 12:21:27 (EST)
This definitely is jumping the gun, but what the hell: The Billboard rumor from Friday looks to be a go, and Bowie could be at the return of the Coachella fest in Indio, Calif., in April. Consider it extremely unconfirmed but at least leaning the right way. According to Sunday's LA Times, set for sure are Bjork and Oasis as headliners, on respectively, 4/27 and 4/28. The Times says the confirmeds include the Foo Fighters, Mos Def, the Chemical Brothers, the Prodigy, Ozomotli, B.R.M.C., Belle & Sebastian, Jurassic 5, Dilated Peoples, Queens of the Stone Age, Basement Jaxx, Sasha & Digweed, Paul Oakenfold, Groove Armada, KRS-One, St. Germaine and Dutch DJ Tiesto. The Times says that tickets will be on sale March 2. See www.goldenvoice.com. Is an appearance contingent on finalizing the release/distribution of the album? Or will we get performance(s) in advance as has happened in the past? Is the performance "slot" a factor? Full new band next week in prep? Warmups?
rancell (Posted from IP:
NYC, NY USA - Tuesday, February 12, 2002 at 11:39:59 (EST)
Oscar song nominees: Sting, Enya, Randy Newman, Diane Warren (for the Pearl Harbor song, jeezus), and McCartney, again, for his Vanilla Sky tune.
rancell (Posted from IP:
NYC, NY USA - Tuesday, February 12, 2002 at 09:58:53 (EST)
Hello to all fans! I am newly obsessed with the man who fell to earth, and I am looking for fellow fans in the Chicagoland area...are you out there? Anisette
Anisette (Posted from IP:
DeKalb, IL USA - Monday, February 11, 2002 at 19:36:41 (EST)
Big Bruddah! I said the same thing about a Duran Duran CD, it's the one with only cover versions on it. They covered Dylan (I could even listen to it), Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five, Lou, Elvis Costello, Iggy, The Doors, Led Zep, etc. It's called Thank You. It quite simply kicks mad ass. :-) Who knew? xo
KMSV (Posted from IP:
USA - Monday, February 11, 2002 at 12:51:46 (EST)
Thought I would sign! "There is no such thing as a moral or an immoral book. Books are well written or badly written." Oscar Wilde (1854 - 1900) http://www.criminal-law-lawyer-source.com.
Tim (Posted from IP:
Los Angeles, CA USA - Monday, February 11, 2002 at 12:01:14 (EST)
i love mr bowie, but i really don't like this animal porn website
kylie hamley (kylieh69@aol.com) (Posted from IP:
plm, uk - Monday, February 11, 2002 at 04:20:11 (EST)
what about the meaning of life? Does anyone know if (while sipping a port and lemon in his favourite armchair) Bowie is thinking about a record contract or the meaning of life.I wonder if Coldfyr knows?
Miss Stubbs (Posted from IP:
USA - Sunday, February 10, 2002 at 17:02:40 (EST)
The Concert for New York is out on SACD on 2/19, so far as I know the first Bowie appearance on one of the enhanced audio formats. EMI suggested last year that there would be catalog DVD-audio in 2002, but that's gotta be up in the air given the recent break.
rancell (Posted from IP:
NYC, NY USA - Saturday, February 09, 2002 at 13:41:00 (EST)
Doing pretty well lately Kali, new job, new apartment, focusing on making music more, still doing programming from home. Kickin' bottom. How about you?
Hallu (Posted from IP:
USA - Saturday, February 09, 2002 at 11:18:13 (EST)
GAD, I just found out I love several Duran Duran records.
BIGbruddah (BIGbruddah@teenagewildlife.com) (Posted from IP:
BRUDDAHTOWN, SMURF - Friday, February 08, 2002 at 22:59:57 (EST)
I try not to be Kali, but these university classes are keeping me super busy (except for these few times I come round to the site to see everyone!) ...I wish TW would be updated a little more often :(
Alys (alpalmer@ucalgary.ca) (Posted from IP:
Calgary, AB Canada - Friday, February 08, 2002 at 16:54:10 (EST)
btw sorry for using u like this ,,, btw i dont have a girl freind - i have no clue why i said that ! (ok i was a dork ) a ciao
djamil (djamil@djamil.net) (Posted from IP:
paris, fr - Friday, February 08, 2002 at 11:42:37 (EST)
Too busy for us, Alys???? :-(
Kali (Posted from IP:
USA - Thursday, February 07, 2002 at 18:49:10 (EST)
What an emberassment for U2 to perform at such a Rah-Rah Event such as the Superbowl.A meathead sport such as Football. Even more emberassing was Paul McCartney's performance with his ridiculous "Freedom" song. Paul has been the king of cheese since the Beatles. Bowie was the only worthwile entertainer at the New York Concert, to be amidst Bon Jovi, Backstreet Boys, Paul McCartney is an insult for someone as amazing as David.
The Funkmaster (Posted from IP:
Halifax, Canada - Thursday, February 07, 2002 at 15:13:57 (EST)
Happy Birthday to all those whose birthdays I've missed-- Fripper, Coldfyr, Hallu, et al! Hope you guys had great birthdays! Sorry I've not been around much- uni's just been super busy! xoxoxoxoxo
Alys (alpalmer@ucalgary.ca) (Posted from IP:
Calgary, AB CANADA - Thursday, February 07, 2002 at 14:50:21 (EST)
And congrats to the Bonster for another boffo update.
rancell (Posted from IP:
NYC, NY USA - Thursday, February 07, 2002 at 11:17:56 (EST)
Is Bono in NYC now? Hard to keep track of him these days. From what I saw of it, that was the best halftime show ever. There are persistent rumors that U2 will show up on 2/26 in LA at one of the three artists' shows railing against industry contracts. Those rumors have been sparked by the confirmation a couple of weeks ago that U2 would be performing the next night on the Grammys. I don't know that any of that would have an effect on 2/22.
rancell (Posted from IP:
NYC, NY USA - Thursday, February 07, 2002 at 11:11:06 (EST)
Is DB going to do a gig in England soon as I would love to see him.
lindawilliams (missmissfit@yahoo.com) (Posted from IP:
England - Thursday, February 07, 2002 at 10:49:44 (EST)
Hey Rancell, I was just thinking (or more accurately- "dreaming") that what with Bono being in NYC and all, wouldn't it be nice if U2 -or Bono solo- showed up at the Tibet Show? That sure sounds like something that cat would be into... Rolling Stone's newsletter is saying "more acts to be announced in the next two weeks." Well, duh. ;-)
KMSV (Posted from IP:
USA - Thursday, February 07, 2002 at 08:12:21 (EST)
The latest edition (#252) of gossip, news, rumours and tidbits (lots of them)"Bowie Newsletter for the Lazy and Web-IMpaired....Glam love is in the air....Bowie checks in/out of hospital.....Bowie Tibet Concert show drawing near....Rumour mill - Bowie at Montreux?...Scam targets BowieNet Music Writers/Photogs pick Bowie "second".....Spin picks Spiders #36 all time greats...EMI streamlines roster...Bowie satellite radio commercials in heavy rotation....Bowie to "fly the friendly skies" of United - in song anyway.....Pullman bonds celebrate 5 years - to subscribe and get the latest drop a line to dbfan@aol.com
Bonster (dbfan@aol.com) (Posted from IP:
USA - Thursday, February 07, 2002 at 00:31:33 (EST)
Sorry for taking up space. You do offer a guestbook. Thought I'd sign it. http://www.comedy-writer.com.
Catherine Lake (Posted from IP:
San Diego, CA USA - Wednesday, February 06, 2002 at 12:13:55 (EST)
Hallu! I had asked about you a few weeks ago and no one answered :-( How the hell are ya?
Kali (Posted from IP:
USA - Tuesday, February 05, 2002 at 16:44:38 (EST)
Happy B-Day Fripp & belated to CF. Oh sure no one remembers old Hallu's birthday on Friday :p Unfortunately this site has slipped off my radar, miss you guys!
Hallu (Posted from IP:
USA - Tuesday, February 05, 2002 at 16:00:51 (EST)
FRIPP!!!!! Happy birthday bro!
Kali (Posted from IP:
USA - Tuesday, February 05, 2002 at 08:32:13 (EST)
It's FRIPPS Birthday? Well spank my ass and call me Sally- Happy Birthday you fookin mook! And yea, I'm a seer... And today I see a happy hour in my future. ;)
KMSV (Posted from IP:
USA - Tuesday, February 05, 2002 at 07:47:31 (EST)
Happy birthday, Fripper!!
Hej, Micke - hur går det? Lenge siden sist.

Bew (mr-ness@frisurf.no) (Posted from IP:
Norwar - Tuesday, February 05, 2002 at 06:49:37 (EST)
Good evening to all! Pensees is such a wonderful treasure. fragments of really good gems by Blaise Pascal. Sort of reminds me of Bowie. ' Man does not know the place he should occupy. He has obviously gone astray; he has fallen from his true place and cannot find it again. He searches everywhere, anxiously but in vain, in the midst of impenetrable darkness.' "...I'm not a piece of teee..(well maybe I am) Cheers!
Tsunami (Posted from IP:
USA - Monday, February 04, 2002 at 23:09:32 (EST)
I wish it were possible to change the history of music so that it could be more far out


Sick Duck (ducks@quackers.org) (Posted from IP:
USA - Monday, February 04, 2002 at 16:49:02 (EST)
Coldfyr is **40** today??? Crikey!! Happy Birthday!!!!!!!! :-)
Kali (Posted from IP:
USA - Sunday, February 03, 2002 at 09:59:21 (EST)
My Wife is insane. Ignore anything she says: Mmm mmm mmm mmm mmm mmm mmm mmm mmm mmm mmm Mmm mmm mmm mmm mmm mmm mmm mmm mmm You better come on in my kitchen babe, it's goin' to be rainin' outdoors Ah, the woman I love took from my best friend Some joker got lucky stole her back again You better come on in my kitchen baby, it's goin' to be rainin' outdoors Oh-ah, she's gone I know she won't come back I've taken the last nickel out of her nation sack You better come on in my kitchen babe, it's goin' to be rainin' outdoors Oh, can't you hear that wind howl? Oh-y, can't you hear that wind howl? You better come on in my kitchen baby, it's goin' to be rainin' outdoors When a woman gets in trouble everybody throws her down Lookin' for her good friend none can be found You better come on in my kitchen baby, it's goin' to be rainin' outdoors Winter time's comin' hit's gon' be slow You can't make the winter, babe that's dry long so You better come on in my kitchen 'cause it's goin' to be rainin' outdoors
Mr Stubbs (Posted from IP:
USA - Friday, February 01, 2002 at 18:47:53 (EST)
Oh, that KMSV person is such a seer!! Adam Yauch is added to the Tibet bill. But if you had read KM's posts on B'net, you would have known that already.
rancell (Posted from IP:
NYC, NY USA - Friday, February 01, 2002 at 15:45:24 (EST)
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