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Richard Morris

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Jan 16, 2006, 10:49:51 PM1/16/06
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Welcome the the newsgroup ... nice to see some fresh blood here ....

Where ya from?

Richard from Sacramento

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Julia

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Jan 16, 2006, 11:05:40 PM1/16/06
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Thanks, Richard! I've been reading off and on for a while. Guess I just
decided to participate.

Do you know where the water tastes like wine?

Sunshine Daydreams!

Richard Morris

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Jan 16, 2006, 11:41:41 PM1/16/06
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"Julia" <twr...@webtv.net> wrote in message
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> Thanks, Richard! I've been reading off and on for a while. Guess I just
> decided to participate.
>
> Do you know where the water tastes like wine?

I know where the wine tastes like wine ....

R.


Carlisle

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Jan 16, 2006, 11:43:21 PM1/16/06
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Julia wrote:
> Thanks, Richard! I've been reading off and on for a while. Guess I just
> decided to participate.
>
> Do you know where the water tastes like wine?

No, thank god but I know where the chilly winds don't blow!

> Sunshine Daydreams!
Yes.

Julia, I don't want to put words into Richard's mouth, but I sense that
he really wants to ask "what are you wearing about right now?" But he's
just a bit shy. Sure, that's it. ;-o

Thanks for participating, some of my viewpoints and posts have ruffled
a few Fellow Traveler Deadhead feathers and I've caught a lot of flak,
but I'm not a victim. Perhaps I'm the crime? Actually I'm a very
blessed person and I've met many kind, fun and interesting individuals
on RMGD (in cyberspace)...
All good things,
Carrie

Richard Morris

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Jan 17, 2006, 12:13:52 AM1/17/06
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"Carlisle" <carri...@insightbb.com> wrote in message
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> Julia wrote:
>> Thanks, Richard! I've been reading off and on for a while. Guess I just
>> decided to participate.
>>
>> Do you know where the water tastes like wine?
>
> No, thank god but I know where the chilly winds don't blow!
>
>> Sunshine Daydreams!
> Yes.
>
> Julia, I don't want to put words into Richard's mouth,

Translation: "I am going to put words in Richard's mouth ..." :)

>but I sense that
> he really wants to ask "what are you wearing about right now?" But he's
> just a bit shy. Sure, that's it. ;-o

Quite true ... I am shy. So Carrie has agreed to be my net pimpette and
procurer. She makes me wear the most gawdawful clothes ...

> Thanks for participating, some of my viewpoints and posts have ruffled
> a few Fellow Traveler Deadhead feathers and I've caught a lot of flak,
> but I'm not a victim.

Paranoid, perhaps ... but not a victim! Actually, she tends to catch less
flak than she deserves, but that is okay ... we love her anyhow.

> Perhaps I'm the crime? Actually I'm a very
> blessed person and I've met many kind, fun and interesting individuals
> on RMGD (in cyberspace)...

Oh my ... now I will be up all night wondering if I have made it on the
"kind, fun and interesting" list. Probably not ... I am too old, as she
lets me know from time to time.

Sigh,

R.


Julia

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Jan 17, 2006, 12:09:40 AM1/17/06
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Your typical city involved in a typical daydream.

Ha! This is where I tell Richard "nothing but a smile, smile, smile."
(Just to be funny & fill up space, of course.)

Hey Carrie, I may disagree with you, but you can bet I'd still respect
your opinion! Probably because I'd expect the same thing from everyone
else, especially in a GD-related environment. Anything less would be
un-Jerry like. We don't have to be linebackers to have broad shoulders
if you know what I mean. Aiko aiko

Carlisle

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Jan 17, 2006, 12:35:15 AM1/17/06
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Indeed! I like that. I really do.
This is the part where I bid ya good nite.
The bourbon cherries are starting to hit me!
take care,
cc

Tom Beck

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Jan 17, 2006, 1:17:29 AM1/17/06
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Julia wrote:
> Your typical city involved in a typical daydream.
>
> Ha! This is where I tell Richard "nothing but a smile, smile, smile."
> (Just to be funny & fill up space, of course.)
>
> Hey Carrie, I may disagree with you, but you can bet I'd still respect
> your opinion! Probably because I'd expect the same thing from everyone
> else, especially in a GD-related environment. Anything less would be
> un-Jerry like.


Well Julia, I wish you the best.
But as you soon shall find, some
of the people here don't play very
nice, and shift into attack mode rather
suddenly. I first started reading this
group in the fall of 1993 and dropped
out about two years later, for obvious
reasons. One of the big differences
between then and now is the amount of
nasty, personally intended insults
and outright aggression displayed by
participants. And no, my hands aren't
clean either. Welcome, and I hope
the sun always shines in your backdoor.
Now just watch, the preceding sentence
will generate all sorts of vulgar
comments.

Tom

k sturm

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Jan 17, 2006, 2:09:07 AM1/17/06
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"Richard Morris" <jrmo...@trouserscomcast.net> wrote in message
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> Oh my ... now I will be up all night wondering if I have made it on the
> "kind, fun and interesting" list. Probably not ... I am too old, as she
> lets me know from time to time.
>
> Sigh,
>
> R.
>
>

Aww, I don't think you're too old, Richard. Feel better?


Seth Jackson

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Jan 17, 2006, 2:12:35 AM1/17/06
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On Tue, 17 Jan 2006 00:17:29 -0600, Tom Beck <trb...@pclink.com>
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>Welcome, and I hope
>the sun always shines in your backdoor.
>Now just watch, the preceding sentence
>will generate all sorts of vulgar
>comments.

No, just the obvious WIIAAHSWYP?

Lfh

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Jan 17, 2006, 4:27:31 AM1/17/06
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Tom Beck wrote:
> Well Julia, I wish you the best.
> But as you soon shall find, some
> of the people here don't play very
> nice, and shift into attack mode rather
> suddenly. I first started reading this
> group in the fall of 1993 and dropped
> out about two years later, for obvious
> reasons. One of the big differences
> between then and now is the amount of
> nasty, personally intended insults
> and outright aggression displayed by
> participants.

This place was a lot better in the 70's.

Fred

Sean Baker

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Jan 17, 2006, 9:53:10 AM1/17/06
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Mama,

Where ya been lurkin' lately?

Now, the boys here at the Chuich have just one thang on they mynds this a of
the m.

do you like TIRE SWINGS?

Peace,

Sean

p.s. We will all be together forever and ever when we make it to the
promised land...

--
"Every now and then when your life gets complicated and the weasels start
closing in, the only real cure is to load up on heinous chemicals and then
drive like a bastard from Hollywood to Las Vegas." Hunter S. Thompson

My music list for trades: http://db.etree.org/FionaRCB


JonP

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Jan 17, 2006, 10:44:28 AM1/17/06
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On Mon, 16 Jan 2006 19:49:51 -0800, "Richard Morris"
<jrmo...@trouserscomcast.net> wrote:

>Welcome the the newsgroup ... nice to see some fresh blood here ....
>
>Where ya from?
>
>Richard from Sacramento

youre a dude right?
Jonp

Carlisle

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Jan 17, 2006, 11:15:04 AM1/17/06
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Richard, Richard, Ricardo!!
I don't even know how "old" you are. You're the one always throwing
your *I was there at the beginning of the hippie movement* credentials
around! You were chased by J. Edgar Hoover's henchmen and other
assorted anti-communist numbskulls throughout the 60's and you all
brought a nation's conscience to bear on the Democrats war in Vietnam
and Nixon's demonism. You must be at least fifty! Oh well, I once
protested the sexism/classism/racism of the Greek system at Rollins
College. You think THAT won me any enemies??
Everytime I get involved over on rec.phish, some troll reminds me that
I'm just a washed up old hippie. I can't win!!
I enjoy you Richard as long as you don't get really pissed off at me.
I'll happily be your pimp. Always did admire Sidney Biddle Barrows and
Heidi Fleiss.
Enterprising women, ya know? It may cost you though. ;-()
Sit plush,
Carrie

Christopher Rivers

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Jan 17, 2006, 4:35:38 PM1/17/06
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Seth Jackson <a...@mindspring.invalid> wrote in
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Could someone kindly inform me as to the meaning of WIIAAHSWWYP?

Rogues Island's finest

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Jan 17, 2006, 4:48:38 PM1/17/06
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Weir Is Invariably Annoyingly Adjusting His Stack Which Will Yeild
Peanuts

HTH,
Mark

Ken Fortenberry

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Jan 17, 2006, 5:24:47 PM1/17/06
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Christopher Rivers wrote:
>
> Could someone kindly inform me as to the meaning of WIIAAHSWWYP?

Why Is It Always About Heiny Sex With You People.

It's supposed to be clever and witty, I think, but
it's really just as lame as it sounds.

--
Ken Fortenberry

Christopher Rivers

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Jan 17, 2006, 5:28:30 PM1/17/06
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"Rogues Island's finest" <mth...@aol.com> wrote in
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Um, kinda. Thanks. I suppose he was just trying to make everything just
exactly perfect. :)

Everybody's Gonna Be Happy

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Jan 17, 2006, 5:38:46 PM1/17/06
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"Ken Fortenberry" <kenfort...@ameritech.net> wrote in message
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Its called a ruuning gag, a pastime which friends often enjoy participating
in.

Of course that would leave you out.

EGBH


Ken Fortenberry

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Jan 17, 2006, 5:48:44 PM1/17/06
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Everybody's Gonna Be Happy wrote:

> "Ken Fortenberry" wrote:
>>Christopher Rivers wrote:
>>>Could someone kindly inform me as to the meaning of WIIAAHSWWYP?
>>
>>Why Is It Always About Heiny Sex With You People.
>>
>>It's supposed to be clever and witty, I think, but
>>it's really just as lame as it sounds.
>
> Its called a ruuning gag, a pastime which friends often enjoy participating
> in.

A lame Usenet "running gag" is not a pastime, bowling is
a pastime, lame Usenet "running gags" are sophomoric and
rude.

> Of course that would leave you out.

Thank god.

--
Ken Fortenberry

wyeknot

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Jan 17, 2006, 5:50:33 PM1/17/06
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Everybody's Gonna Be Happy wrote:
> "Ken Fortenberry" <kenfort...@ameritech.net> wrote in message
>>Christopher Rivers wrote:
>>>Could someone kindly inform me as to the meaning of WIIAAHSWWYP?
>>
>>Why Is It Always About Heiny Sex With You People.
>>
>>It's supposed to be clever and witty, I think, but
>>it's really just as lame as it sounds.
>
> Its called a ruuning gag, a pastime which friends often enjoy participating
> in.
>
> Of course that would leave you out.

"Could someone kindly inform me as to the meaning of WIIAAHSWWYP?"

Hmmm, I was stumped with the addition of the third "W". Thought maybe
y'all moved onto a new gag and didn't tell me.

Matt

Julia

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Jan 17, 2006, 5:46:57 PM1/17/06
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LoL - thanks folks. I'm used to things out of my comfort zone on
discussion boards. It happens all around. I'll try to behave myself. :)

JimK

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On Tue, 17 Jan 2006 17:50:33 -0500, wyeknot <wyekn...@oohay.com>
wrote:

Nah, they're just fuckin' with your head a little.

JimK

RickNBarbInSD

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Jan 17, 2006, 6:49:19 PM1/17/06
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Half of what I say is meaningless
But I say it just to reach you
Julia
Julia
Julia
Oceanchild
Calls me
So I sing a song of love
Julia
Julia
Seashell eyes
Windy smile
Calls me
So I sing a song of love
Julia

Her hair of floating sky is shimmering
Glimmering
In the sun

Julia
Julia
Morning moon
Touch me
So I sing a song of love
Julia

When I cannot sing my heart
I can only speak my mind
Julia
Julia
Sleeping sand
Silent cloud
Touch me
So I sing a song of love
Julia

Calls me
So I sing a song of love
For Julia
Julia
Julia

Julia

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Jan 17, 2006, 6:56:57 PM1/17/06
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That was beautiful! So you got the Beatles down. Can I request some Pink
Floyd?

RickNBarbInSD

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Jan 17, 2006, 7:15:36 PM1/17/06
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Julia wrote:
> That was beautiful! So you got the Beatles down. Can I request some Pink
> Floyd?


Oh, I LOVE Pink!! I still haven't figured out just which one he is
though. : /


Rick

Richard Morris

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Jan 17, 2006, 7:26:05 PM1/17/06
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"k sturm" <kas...@sbcglobal.net> wrote in message
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Thank you, Kathy; yes I do!

R.


Richard Morris

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Jan 17, 2006, 7:37:32 PM1/17/06
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"Christopher Rivers" <n...@here.netINVALID> wrote in message
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Back in oh, about 1996 or so, one of the newsgroup denizens pointed out the
pastime, during election season, of searching for covert and subliminal
references to anal intercourse in republican candidate speeches.

Statements like, "we've got to get behind the president" or "I will bend
over backwards to represent you" were portrayed as veiled references to anal
sex.

It did not take too long for folks began to submit posts to the newsgroup to
the same scrutiny.

And soon, in order to draw attention to such inadvertent (usually)
references, two acronyms were developed:

IAAHSWYPII (It's always about heiny sex with you people, isn't it?)

and

WIIAAHSWYP? (Why is it always about heiny sex with you people?)

Of course, the retentive among us feel that it is childish or vulgar. But,
in reality they need to unclench their buttocks a bit.

(Go for it, muffin!)

R.


The Lord of Eltingville

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Jan 17, 2006, 7:43:19 PM1/17/06
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Ken Fortenberry wrote:
>
> Everybody's Gonna Be Happy wrote:
> > "Ken Fortenberry" wrote:
> >>Christopher Rivers wrote:
> >>>Could someone kindly inform me as to the meaning of WIIAAHSWWYP?
> >>
> >>Why Is It Always About Heiny Sex With You People.
> >>
> >>It's supposed to be clever and witty, I think, but
> >>it's really just as lame as it sounds.
> >
> > Its called a ruuning gag, a pastime which friends often enjoy participating
> > in.
>
> A lame Usenet "running gag" is not a pastime, bowling is
> a pastime, lame Usenet "running gags" are sophomoric and
> rude.

Says you. BTW...your momma!

The Iron Muffin

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Jan 17, 2006, 8:18:56 PM1/17/06
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Richard Morris wrote:
> Christopher Rivers wrote:

> > Could someone kindly inform me as to the meaning of WIIAAHSWWYP?
>
> Back in oh, about 1996 or so, one of the newsgroup denizens pointed out
the
> pastime, during election season, of searching for covert and subliminal
> references to anal intercourse in republican candidate speeches.
>
> Statements like, "we've got to get behind the president" or "I will bend
> over backwards to represent you" were portrayed as veiled references to
anal
> sex.
>
> It did not take too long for folks began to submit posts to the newsgroup
to
> the same scrutiny.
>
> And soon, in order to draw attention to such inadvertent (usually)
> references, two acronyms were developed:
>
> IAAHSWYPII (It's always about heiny sex with you people, isn't it?)
>
> and
>
> WIIAAHSWYP? (Why is it always about heiny sex with you people?)
>
> Of course, the retentive among us feel that it is childish or vulgar.
But,
> in reality they need to unclench their buttocks a bit.
>
> (Go for it, muffin!)

Nah, too easy.

--
The Iron Muffin

DEAD FREAKS UNITE

Who are you? Where are you?

How are you?


Everybody's Gonna Be Happy

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"Ken Fortenberry" <kenfort...@ameritech.net> wrote in message
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Ken and god sittin' in a tree, k-i-s-s-i-n-g..............

naner naner naner.

I win.

EGBH


Joe

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Jan 17, 2006, 10:46:59 PM1/17/06
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RickNBarbInSD <rickd...@cox.net> wrote:

Roger Waters.


Tom Beck

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Faw! Hardly.

Tom

Seth Jackson

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On Tue, 17 Jan 2006 17:50:33 -0500, wyeknot <wyekn...@oohay.com>
wrote:

>Everybody's Gonna Be Happy wrote:

The extra "W" is in the White House. The joke's on all of us.

Seth Jackson

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On Tue, 17 Jan 2006 22:48:44 GMT, Ken Fortenberry
<kenfort...@ameritech.net> wrote:

>Everybody's Gonna Be Happy wrote:
>> "Ken Fortenberry" wrote:
>>>Christopher Rivers wrote:
>>>>Could someone kindly inform me as to the meaning of WIIAAHSWWYP?
>>>
>>>Why Is It Always About Heiny Sex With You People.
>>>
>>>It's supposed to be clever and witty, I think, but
>>>it's really just as lame as it sounds.
>>
>> Its called a ruuning gag, a pastime which friends often enjoy participating
>> in.
>
>A lame Usenet "running gag" is not a pastime, bowling is
>a pastime, lame Usenet "running gags" are sophomoric and
>rude.

That would be true if you happen to lack a sense of humor.

Seth Jackson

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Jan 18, 2006, 1:51:19 AM1/18/06
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On Tue, 17 Jan 2006 17:46:57 -0500, twr...@webtv.net (Julia) wrote:

>LoL - thanks folks. I'm used to things out of my comfort zone on
>discussion boards. It happens all around. I'll try to behave myself. :)

Comfort zones were better in the '70s.

Christopher Rivers

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Jan 18, 2006, 4:16:38 AM1/18/06
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Joe <jo...@nospam.com> wrote in news:435s1jF...@individual.net:

Damn! I thought it was Stu Sutcliff.

brew ziggins

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Jan 18, 2006, 9:42:30 AM1/18/06
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Thus spake jrmo...@trouserscomcast.net...

> > Could someone kindly inform me as to the meaning of WIIAAHSWWYP?
>
> Back in oh, about 1996 or so, one of the newsgroup denizens pointed out the
> pastime, during election season, of searching for covert and subliminal
> references to anal intercourse in republican candidate speeches.
>
> Statements like, "we've got to get behind the president" or "I will bend
> over backwards to represent you" were portrayed as veiled references to anal
> sex.
>
> It did not take too long for folks began to submit posts to the newsgroup to
> the same scrutiny.
>
> And soon, in order to draw attention to such inadvertent (usually)
> references, two acronyms were developed:
> IAAHSWYPII (It's always about heiny sex with you people, isn't it?)
> and
> WIIAAHSWYP? (Why is it always about heiny sex with you people?)

Not that I expect a straight answer, but is this true??? I've been
chillin' here since 1992 or so but I missed the origin of WIIAAHSWYP,
prolly because I skim over 95% of the 'political' posts here.


--
bruce higgins ithaca ny
most of the day, we were at the machinery

mjd

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Jan 18, 2006, 10:20:30 AM1/18/06
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You're the kind of girl that fits into my world. I'll give you
anything; everything, if you want things.

Stuknot

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Jan 18, 2006, 10:29:25 AM1/18/06
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Julia wrote:
> That was beautiful! So you got the Beatles down. Can I request some Pink
> Floyd?

Julia Dream, Dreamland Queen, Queen of all my Dreams - one of my
favorites.

John H.

dearmeyer®

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Jan 18, 2006, 1:31:29 PM1/18/06
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> Could someone kindly inform me as to the meaning of WIIAAHSWWYP?

You may not want us to "fill you in"


Kelly Humphries

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Jan 18, 2006, 1:45:46 PM1/18/06
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Also sprach brew ziggins <osm...@gmail.com>:

At the risk of making all those r.m.gd Decoder Rings obsolete (refunds
available at place of purchase, only with valid receipt and UPC), I'll
offer two words: Chuck Narad.

Or more precisely, his unwitting role as a target of one of the lamest
crossposting trolls ever to hit Usenet, much less r.m.gd.

http://tinyurl.com/86a3g

My personal favorite hiney sex post:

http://groups.google.com/group/rec.music.gdead/msg/e36a1070f929af82

rec.music.gdead: A Decade Of Hiney Sex, And The Best Is Yet To Come!

Christopher Rivers

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Jan 18, 2006, 3:44:40 PM1/18/06
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"dearmeyerŽ" <m...@here.com> wrote in news:aQvzf.44$7i...@fe06.lga:

>> Could someone kindly inform me as to the meaning of WIIAAHSWWYP?
>
> You may not want us to "fill you in"
>
>

Perhaps not. :)

Rogues Island's finest

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Jan 18, 2006, 4:15:25 PM1/18/06
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Christopher Rivers wrote:
> "dearmeyer®" <m...@here.com> wrote in news:aQvzf.44$7i...@fe06.lga:

>
> >> Could someone kindly inform me as to the meaning of WIIAAHSWWYP?
> >
> > You may not want us to "fill you in"
> >
> >
>
> Perhaps not. :)

Fear not Chris, we've got your back.

Mark

brew ziggins

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Thus spake mth...@aol.com...
>
> Christopher Rivers wrote:
> > "dearmeyer=AE" <m...@here.com> wrote in news:aQvzf.44$7i...@fe06.lga:

> >
> > >> Could someone kindly inform me as to the meaning of WIIAAHSWWYP?
> > >
> > > You may not want us to "fill you in"
> > >
> > >=20
> >=20

> > Perhaps not. :)
>
> Fear not Chris, we've got your back.

This conversation is all Greek to me.

Christopher Rivers

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Jan 18, 2006, 5:06:47 PM1/18/06
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"Rogues Island's finest" <mth...@aol.com> wrote in
news:1137618924.5...@g47g2000cwa.googlegroups.com:

>
> Christopher Rivers wrote:
>> "dearmeyerŽ" <m...@here.com> wrote in news:aQvzf.44$7i...@fe06.lga:


>>
>> >> Could someone kindly inform me as to the meaning of WIIAAHSWWYP?
>> >
>> > You may not want us to "fill you in"
>> >
>> >
>>
>> Perhaps not. :)
>
> Fear not Chris, we've got your back.
>
> Mark
>

That's what I was afraid of. :)

bradish

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Jan 18, 2006, 5:27:48 PM1/18/06
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"brew ziggins" <osm...@gmail.com> wrote in message
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> Thus spake mth...@aol.com...
>>
>> Christopher Rivers wrote:
>> > "dearmeyer=AE" <m...@here.com> wrote in news:aQvzf.44$7i...@fe06.lga:
>> >
>> > >> Could someone kindly inform me as to the meaning of WIIAAHSWWYP?
>> > >
>> > > You may not want us to "fill you in"
>> > >
>> > >=20
>> >=20
>> > Perhaps not. :)
>>
>> Fear not Chris, we've got your back.
>
> This conversation is all Greek to me.

I would comment, but I don't want to come in on the back end of this thread


leftie

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Jan 18, 2006, 6:37:28 PM1/18/06
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brew ziggins wrote:

> Thus spake mth...@aol.com...
>
>>Christopher Rivers wrote:
>>

>>>"dearmeyer=AE" <m...@here.com> wrote:
>>>
>>>>>Could someone kindly inform me as to the meaning of WIIAAHSWWYP?
>>>>
>>>>You may not want us to "fill you in"
>>>>

>>>Perhaps not. :)
>>
>>Fear not Chris, we've got your back.
>
> This conversation is all Greek to me.

Hum buggery!

Richard Morris

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"brew ziggins" <osm...@gmail.com> wrote in message
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You doubt me, sir? I am wounded ... wounded deeply ....

R.


Andy Gefen

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On Mon, 16 Jan 2006 19:49:51 -0800, "Richard Morris"
<jrmo...@trouserscomcast.net> wrote:

>Welcome the the newsgroup ... nice to see some fresh blood here ....
>
>Where ya from?
>
>Richard from Sacramento
>
>--
>Drop "trousers" to respond via email.

You have to admire the gumption of someone who welcomes her to the
newsgroup and immediately invites her to drop his trousers!

-- Andy (remove z's to respond)

Seth Jackson

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Jan 18, 2006, 8:20:33 PM1/18/06
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On Wed, 18 Jan 2006 16:27:48 -0600, "bradish" <bradi...@yahoo.com>
wrote:

People who do that risk making asses of themselves..

leftie

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Jan 18, 2006, 8:25:48 PM1/18/06
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Seth Jackson wrote:

> On Wed, 18 Jan 2006 16:27:48 -0600, "bradish" <bradi...@yahoo.com>
> wrote:
>

>>"brew ziggins" <osm...@gmail.com> wrote:
>>
>>>Thus spake mth...@aol.com...
>>>
>>>>Christopher Rivers wrote:
>>>>
>>>>>"dearmeyer=AE" <m...@here.com> wrote:
>>>>>
>>>>>>>Could someone kindly inform me as to the meaning of WIIAAHSWWYP?
>>>>>>
>>>>>>You may not want us to "fill you in"
>>>>>>

>>>>>Perhaps not. :)
>>>>
>>>>Fear not Chris, we've got your back.
>>>
>>>This conversation is all Greek to me.
>>
>>I would comment, but I don't want to come in on the back end of this thread
>
> People who do that risk making asses of themselves..

What a bunch of santorum.

Richard Morris

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Jan 18, 2006, 8:30:51 PM1/18/06
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"Andy Gefen" <zage...@zcomcastz.znetz> wrote in message
news:1pots111oack83ke8...@4ax.com...

Time-saving efficiency is important!

R.


Rogues Island's finest

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Jan 18, 2006, 8:50:50 PM1/18/06
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Come now, it's not like he asked her to marry him on national TV.

Mark

brew ziggins

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Jan 19, 2006, 9:10:46 AM1/19/06
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Thus spake jrmo...@trouserscomcast.net...

Dude. NTAP.

Ray

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Jan 19, 2006, 2:35:42 PM1/19/06
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LOL. IAAAWYPII.

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