Lists for April 20, 2004

From Deadwood Edition #36

On Deck

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

  1. The Postal Service, "Give Up"
  2. Belle & Sebastian, "Dear Catastrophe Waitress"
  3. Brendan Benson, "Lapalco"
  4. Beach Boys, "Pet Sounds"
  5. Yo La Tengo, "Summer Sun"

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To: Subject: Replu To Editor, Viva La Idiot Blog Date: April 15, 2004 10:04 PM

A picture flashed threw my mind, wile I was reading the Viva La Vagina blog. A young man lain on the ground thinking of space travel, the future, his finals, his tomorrow. Only to open his eys, and find himself straddled by you know who, that looks down at him and asks the question "DO YOU WANT TO SEE MY VAGIN? My first reaction on seeing a vagina was, that looks like ought to be sore as hell. But thats just me.

From: Subject: Re: Replu To Editor, Viva La Idiot Blog Date: April 16, 2004 8:04 PM

Is a vagin like a vegan? 'Cause if so, we totally agree with you.

To: Subject: Site Feedback Date: April 14, 2004 1:04 AM

I trying to find info about William Saunders Crowdy who was born in Lawrence Kansas in 1847 and died in 1908. Do you have any records or info concerning him?

From: Subject: Re: Site Feedback Date: April 16, 2004 8:04 PM

William Saunders Crowdy was approximately in his sixties when he died. His records were mostly classical since that's all they had in the olden times. He was named after William Shakespeare, the most famous William of that era. Although "Wild Willy," as he was known by the Lakota living in the area, lived in Lawrence, he commuted to Johnson County Community College via "steam" powered "carriage" or something and enjoyed egg salad quite a bit. The Saunders' were a well-liked and respected family in Lawrence, and opened the first Juice Stop on what is now the corner of 11th and Barker. This is probably all fairly common knowledge to the Crowdy scholar.