From Hollywood

Paul LoCasto be82589@BINGHAMTON.EDU
Wed Jul 16 21:12:38 EDT 1997


YEAH..and once in a while we might be able to squeeze in a coupleof posts
about BLUES. As Bonnie Kalmbach so gracefully put it.. it seems as if
Blues-l recently stands for blues-lite.....

On Thu, 17 Jul 1997, Marguerita Lopez wrote:

> Welcome to another episode of "As The Blues-L Turns".  Which asks the
> questions:  Will Ruth Vadi finally convince "the list" that Max, though
> mad, is magnificent?  Will she convince Max?  Stay tuned while she
> carefully paraphrases and explains each post regardless of it's content.
> Will she continue to profess her love for her detractors and critics.
> Quite possibly she will.  And that's OK.  Everyone is entitled to their
> opinion.  Everyone's right.  We all mean the same thing even though we use
> words with completely different meanings.  Max always believes this.
>
> Will Don Cicchetti quit his impressive high paying position at the
> University and agree to finance an instrumental Mad Max blues ukulele album
> and become Max's agent?
>
> Will "Bob" get his money from "The Deadbeat" and still get to keep his old
> 78s?
>
> Will we soon know the ages of all the list members and recognize the
> significance?
>
> Will the health minded and/or vegetarian subscribers quit going to blues
> festivals and invest their vacation money in hog futures and start eating
> chittllins?
>
> Will Ian Angus continue coming up with the great one liners?
>
> Will the good Delta Doctor ever get over the Moody Blues?
>
> Please, come back tomorrow for another session on "The Great Internet Blues
> Chat Line'', where you can say"hi" to your pals, jive with your gals and
> share your good humor with folks from all locales.
>
> I love all of you, even though you're strange.  You don't know how cool you
> really are.
>
> Gary Rex Tanner
> tanner@cts.com
>





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