From: email@example.com (Rabbi Jacklyn Hyde)
Date: Wed, Jul 9, 2003 1:21 PM
* X-Day is a lot more fun if it's less performance art
and more just
deciding to enjoy the company while still stuck on this rock.
* Stang and Wei are the best definition of crazed bonobo
under the strain of planning and pulling off an event like this every
year. I can't imagine how snuggly they are when not getting pulled
apart to sign autographs or take pictures of some gal's cleavage.
Okay, it was my cleavage a lot of the time, but STILL...
* Chas Smith is the sexiest beast alive. Seriously!
smart as all hell, and can wear tight leather pants without a shirt.
This is a deadly combination.
* All teabagging stories you've heard are true. Sorry
to break the
news, but they are.
* Pastor Pressure was always a nice guy in my book,
and I'd been dying
to meet his lovely wife, but now that they kept me fed for several
days, they are my HEROS! Everyone who supped at their tent should
send a thank-you note.
* On that note, don't forget Jim and John! That was
deep-fried turkey they've managed yet, and I won't even get into how
good a fresh latte can be when served to a sleepy-eyed gal fresh out
of her tent on a chilly morning.
* You young kids can make fun of the old doctors all
you want, but
there is a reason they still get all the attention and fuss. There is
much charm with the crustiness.
* Rum and Coke is delicious, but too much while sitting
in a car and
listening to Phish can be dangerous to one's sanity.
* Susi Legume is not only one of the sweetest gals on
the face of the
earth, but did everyone get to see her DANCE?!? She can truly kick
* Frank Barney is a truly gracious host. Anyone who
didn't take the
time to thank him for letting us play in his backyard not only is a
dumbass for being rude, but also for missing out on talking with a
* Do we now need a new rendering of "Bob"
with a vaporizer instead of
* Sometimes forgiving and forgetting is a good thing.
sharpening and honing your hate factor is the better idea.
* Hot-tub time is MUCH better when nobody is attached
to your toes
without your consent. Save the footplay for later in the tent if you
get that fortunate, but otherwise just enjoy boiling in good company.
I enjoyed innocent soaks with everyone from Philo to Jesus (well,
maybe a wicked thought or two in there, but gals can have any thought
they want and can still walk around naked and undetected).
* Sister Decadence still manages to outshine us all
even with a
slightly mottled back. It's something in her inner core that just
screams confidence and sensuality. She totally rules.
* Even if Quijibo continues to misspell my name, I still
love them for
making me Page 3 Girl a second time. I miss that inflatable couch
*I'm still amazed that nobody was stupid enough to run
around in the
field with a tent pole in each hand trying to prove Ben Franklin
wrong. You disappoint me.
* Could anyone tell that The Amino Acids had a different
player at Brushwood than they did at Akron? Hmmm?
* Thanks to Dr Legume, I now have an abiding respect
for Johnny Cash, Screaming Jay Hawkins, and the gorgeous noise of a
harmonica. Legume, Philo and Wei playing at the T-Base jam sessions
added even more to an already amazing sound (once that damn guitar
pick was located).
* #subgenius was a frightening, dark lair. I think
I prefer the
virtual hangout, if you don't mind. Fewer people hanging from trees.
* I'm forgetting a ton of things and people, but this
is a random
rambling list, so who cares? It was a fun time for everyone as long
as you made it fun for yourself, so it's your own damn fault if you
weren't sufficiently entertained. As far as I could tell, there was a
LOT of saucer building this year, and that is a VERY good thing.
--With love, the Rabbs
Subject: Re: Rabbinical Random Ramblings on XD6
From: Legume <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Wed, Jul 9, 2003 3:10 PM
Rabbi Jacklyn Hyde wrote:
> * All teabagging stories you've heard are true.
Sorry to break the
> news, but they are.
Yeah, and my teabags still ache from GGG's iron grip.
> * You young kids can make fun of the old doctors
all you want, but
> there is a reason they still get all the attention and fuss. There is
> much charm with the crustiness.
"Let's walk down the hill and fuck them all"
> * Susi Legume is not only one of the sweetest gals on the face of the
> earth, but did everyone get to see her DANCE?!? She can truly kick
Heh, none of you will ever know her REAL talents.
> * Sometimes forgiving and forgetting is a good thing. Sometimes
> sharpening and honing your hate factor is the better idea.
And sometimes a middle finger is worth a thousand words.
> *I'm still amazed that nobody was stupid enough to run around in the
> field with a tent pole in each hand trying to prove Ben Franklin
> wrong. You disappoint me.
I wrapped my cock in tinfoil and dared JHVH-1 to blow me. It didn't.
> * Thanks to Dr Legume, I now have an abiding respect
> for Johnny Cash, Screaming Jay Hawkins, and the gorgeous noise of a
Dr. K. "Cortez" Legume
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