Lists for August 19, 2003

From Deadwood Edition #5

On Deck

...wherein we listen to what Lawrence's movers and shakers are moving and shaking. to.

  1. Nirvana, In Utero"
  2. Fruit Bats, Mouthfuls"
  3. The Beatles, St. Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band"
  4. Neil Young, "On the Beach"
  5. Neil Young, "After the Goldrush"

Top email to lawrence.com

To: homies@lawrence.com Subject: Heidi Date: August 16, 2003 8:08 AM

Dear Sir

whilst america fell in love with dad my son fell in love with Heidi, for the 1st time in a long time my son was happy just watchin gher. he came out of a relationship 2 years ago and had his heart broken. Everyone says why is he not in a relatioship he is such a good looking guy. but i guess it just takes seing the right person. i wish they would do a follow up show who will marry my daughter. thank you. val

From: homies@lawrence.com Subject: Re: Heidi Date: August 18, 2003 12:08 PM

val, your feelings are understandable. we too have had our hearts broken. as you know, pricess diana, the spokesperson for our greatest generation also died of a broken heart. so watch it. -ed

To: homies@lawrence.com Subject: Saving 10 Qs in Mailbox Date: August 14, 2003 7:08 AM

If I leave 10qs in my mail box for apprx 30 days, do you see a problem in it beinf lost or a problem downloading when I get home? If it were to get lost, could it be sent again with no charge? PDF version

From: homies@lawrence.com Subject: Re: Saving 10 Qs in Mailbox Date: August 14, 2003 9:08 AM

your 10qs is just fine for any amount of time, so long as it remains stictly quarantined in your mail box. you're correct to worry aboutr a potential problem with it beinf lost, but NOT when you get home- rather, when you get off work. at that point you yourself will also beinf lost and so, too, all hope in benefiting via the 'no charge' clause. short answer: just make sure the 10qs does not seep from your mail box. -ed

Top 1 erroneous omission from the last issue:
The photo of the gentleman in the Farmer's Market Review is not a patron watching local music at the recently revamped Paradise Cafe- he's a guy leaning on a bunch of apples- and he's watchin' yer mama. Oh yeah- We think we probably forgot to credit most of the photographs again too. And yes- we are twelve.