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Micca's got the blues: Help him out...

02 Dec 01 - 11:11 AM (#602120)
Subject: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: Fortunato

I got a message that our pal Micca's got a bad case of the blues. I live too far away to go. If Morticia or Liz the Squeak want to they can pm me his phone # and I'll call.

Meantime, if Gervase or any other Londoners are fishing here today, you might give the little guy a call or take him out for a cuppa or a pint.

Micca has A LOT of friends here at the Mudcat I know. Do you have a message for him?



Regards, Fortunato


02 Dec 01 - 11:17 AM (#602123)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: katlaughing

Thanks, Fortunato. I had a wonderful phone call from him, yesterday, and it was wonderfull to visit with him, again. He has indeed been going through a rough patch.

Miccadarlin', you know how much we love you and that we are here for you whenever you need. I wish I was close enough to take you out for a cuppa, too.

Ms. Lovee had her hug and send you LOTS of SNOGS and HUGS wiht a soft, loving purr. She misses her Micca!

Love and Light and Healing Energy on their way!

luvyakat


02 Dec 01 - 11:27 AM (#602127)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: Peg

Aw Micca, chin up!!!! You are one of the most smilingest, jokingest, gusto-grabbing people I have ever met! In fact I would guess a lot of people who know you measure their own approach to life's little difficulties with your yardstick...What Would Micca Do?

Tell a bawdy story and pass the flask!

love ya, friend and hope this too shall pass...

Peg


02 Dec 01 - 11:58 AM (#602136)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: SINSULL

Micca,
I'm sorry you are having such a hard time right now. Try to think of the Getaway and Kendall's visit and all the good times. And then try to plan for doing it again next year. It won't take away the pain but it will give you a reason to keep going. And if it gets too bad, hop on a plane and spend some time in New York with me. Alice misses you.
Mary


02 Dec 01 - 12:11 PM (#602142)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: Sorcha

Well, first you probably need to get a hold of Paw, Cletus and the Boyz. Invite them over for a visit, and I garuntee you won't have time to be blue. Or worry about much else for a while, either. {{{{{{{{{{{{{BIG HUG FOR MICCA}}}}}}}}}}}}


02 Dec 01 - 12:26 PM (#602152)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: JenEllen

Darlin' Micca:
Tell you what you need to do, get your fuzzy lil' butt on the phone and talk to me for a couple of hours, oh, wait, that was yesterday....(hope you are feeling better and that the yakking helped, thanks for the smiles)
luv,
yerCookie


02 Dec 01 - 12:28 PM (#602155)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: GUEST,Paul

I know that you're all doing this from the best of motives.

But, Micca might not like the fact that he's having a bad time broadcast to the whole world?

I know I wouldn't

Paul


02 Dec 01 - 12:56 PM (#602172)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: Amos

Well, Paul, cheer up yourself too!! Micca can defend himself juast fine if need be!!

Micca -- hail and aroint and salutations to boot!! Get thee to a catfloppery or something where the eye contact is a little firmer!!

:<))

This too, as Spaw always reminds us, shall pass!

Affectionate regards,

A


02 Dec 01 - 01:04 PM (#602177)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: AllisonA(Animaterra)

Micca, if this thread doesn't cheer you, I don't know what will! Of course, after yesterday, you may need a little more cheering after you get your phone bill!
You know you are dearly loved and missed by all your US friends who had such a treat when you were here. Chin up, my dear, and get yourself around the comfort of singing voices until the dark time ends!
Alouette and I will lift a glass in your honor tonight!


02 Dec 01 - 01:06 PM (#602178)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: Rick Fielding

That's what happens when you demonstrate how much you like and need people Micca, old son. They come outta the woodwork whether you want 'em to or not!

The blues will end (they're usually about 3 minutes and 15 seconds...if Big Bill Broonzy's the milepost.)

Cheers

Rick


02 Dec 01 - 02:09 PM (#602203)
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From: Jock Morris

Sorry Micca, as you failed to fill out the required forms in triplicate you are not entitled to a case of the blues at this moment in time. You must henceforth cheer up immediately or you'll be hearing from my solicitor!

Scott


02 Dec 01 - 02:41 PM (#602218)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: Dave the Gnome

Getcher bum oop north mate. Bring us some of them songs that only you dare do to Manchester and you'll soon be feeling your old self again.

Mmmm. Perhaps feeling your old self ain't quite right. Hohum.

Cheers

Dave the Gnome


02 Dec 01 - 02:44 PM (#602220)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: Big Mick

Listen, my wee friend. Follow the instructions very carefully............Go get the Green Man/Folk Legacy hat and put it on..........A dram or 6 or 10 should be ingested slowly while thinking of your friends at the Getaway and in the States, all the while staring at your navel and humming "The Hash Me Father Scored" in Gregorian chant mode..........Once you have gotten yourself headed down the mystic road to giggles, finish the meditation with the mental image of Kendall and Max singing love songs to one another at half 4 in the morning..........then go get your intended, the flamingo..............this should do it. You should be laughing uproareously by now.

And always remember. You have friends.

Mick, one of your biggest fans.


02 Dec 01 - 03:14 PM (#602229)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: Eric the Viking

Piss off you bearded little bugger, sod off back to the states, don't bloody come up this way, I hope your grail leaks and dribbles down yer chest!

Oh alright, Micca, my mate. Cheer up.Hope you are your "normal"? self agin soon.

Cheers

Eric


02 Dec 01 - 03:19 PM (#602233)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: kendall

Micca, my friend, I took that beer mug you gave me and placed it on the window sill just over the sink. Now, when I'm doing dishes, a job I hate, I can look at that mug, tankard? and remember my visit to London, and my time with you. I know what you are going through, been there twice meself, and, it sucks.Would it help to think what it would be like if you had no friends? You are aces in my book Mate, hang in there and remember, nothing in the universe is static, all things come to an end, including grief. It just takes longer than joy. Go to Yorkshire, spend some time with Dave (the gnome) get a fifth of spiced rum, and,get your mind off your problem for a while. Try to figure out what Dave is saying, that should keep you busy! LOL


02 Dec 01 - 04:15 PM (#602270)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: CarolC

Pobrecito, Micca.

Just keep asking yourself... "What would Omar do?"

(The answer of course being he would recite poetry into your answering machine... )

;-)


02 Dec 01 - 07:06 PM (#602340)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: GUEST,fortunato off to Kensington where Santas cam

Guest Paul, I took a chance I know, but I believe Micca will appreciate what he reads here. I hope so. Around here we circle the wagons when our own are in need. Micca is a special one. Happy Holidays Paul. Regards, Fortunato.


02 Dec 01 - 07:08 PM (#602342)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: Sorcha

Carol, wouldn't that be "pobrecito, Miccito"? *BG*


02 Dec 01 - 07:21 PM (#602354)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: GUEST,manitas

Wot! He wos round here yesterday morning for coffee. Missus sez he wos alright then.

Micca, if you want to join a pub crawl meet up with me at the Crown on Clerkenwell Green At 7.30 pm on Tuesday and come out with East Saxon Sword. Mind you, you'll have to do a bit of walking but I think a bit of exercise won't be bad for you and we've one or two interesting pubs to visit.


02 Dec 01 - 07:46 PM (#602380)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: Tinker

Micca, if you can't quite get to the laughter yet, try a deep and centering breath and then go ahead and take another one until you start feeling connected again. The outside world may be hunkering down for winter, but the strength and potential are still there waiting, and the stars still have a sparkle. Give a song to the moon and grin...Love Ya...

Tinker


02 Dec 01 - 07:47 PM (#602381)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: catspaw49

And what with all you have going Micca, it's also coming into Christmas and that in itself can be a real bummer. As a matter of fact, it was just about this same time of year that I first met Cletus, Paw, and Buford.

I had noticed an area on Rt. 664 just outside of our little village being carefully prepared and roped off as I drove by and every now and then there were these three guys working there, building a little shed and driving stakes into the ground about 6 feet apart. It finally dawned on me that they were getting ready to sell Christmas trees. Now I have always gotten ours from the same place for years, but the prices were getting pretty steep so I kept an eye out for new sources. The day they put up the lights, I stopped by to see when they'd be bringing the trees in.

As I got out of the van I couldn't help but notice that these three, from all appearances, were a bit "down on their luck" and it made me want to help them out a bit. Cletus came up to me and introduced himself and I asked about the trees. He was glad to tell me all about them in that way which I've since learned to interpret. At that time however all I could seem to understand was that they were "working on them." These many years later, that kind of phrase would set off alarms, but I didn't know Cletus then so I thought it was just an odd hilljack way of phrasing things. Paw came over and I liked the old guy a lot right away. He said he'd seen me before and I remembered something about the sewage plant and the day it exploded. I couldn't place what it was that this guy had to do with it but the correlation seemed quite vivid. I shook his hand and he farted in return.

I had never met anyone who was quite so casual with flatulence. Paw used it almost as punctuation......."How ya' doin'?" (rriippp) "Purty day ain't she?" (bbraawwmmpp)..........Let's say it took some getting used to and made it easy to understand why this old coot could probably not find gainful employment. But for all that, he was a friendly cuss who told me they called him Paw because he was from Paw-Paw, West Virginia. He pointed out the other fellow named Buford who was involved in extricating himself from a string of Christmas lights that seemed to have attacked him. Even from a distance, the unmistakable smell of Iron City brew was pretty strong. I figured he spilled about the same amount on himself as he drank and I later found this to be not only true, but the amounts involved were prodigious.

All in all, I couldn't help but like them even if they were, well, let's just call them odd and drop it right there. They told me the trees would be in and they'd be open for business on Friday at 6 PM. I left shaking my head at the idea of bringing Karen and the kids to "pick out the tree" as was so traditional with our family. What the hell? We can at least check them out.

On Friday afternoon Karen and I were going into Lancaster and as we passed by I pointed out the place, not that it was really necessary to point. I'd never seen anything quite so garish in my life but it was one of those gray Ohio days, very cold and occasionally spitting snow so perhaps it was the contrast......perhaps not. Karen was making comments about the place, but as we drove past we could both see the trees that were now in place quite well. Surprisingly enough, they looked magnificent! All were very full and perfectly shaped and a greener bunch of Christmas trees I'd never seen. Even at 65 mph, Karen saw one on the far end of the first row that she said was absolutely "the one!" Since she and our kids were going to spend the night with Connie and go shopping on Saturday, I promised her I'd stop back and get the tree and forget the tradition for one year.

So on my return trip I looked at my watch and saw that I'd arrive about the time Cletus told me they would open and sure enough, I was the first one there. Cletus, Paw, and Buford, greeted me as a long lost friend. They were really in the Christmas Spirit and offered me some of their "spirits." Friends, there is 'Shine and then there is 'Shine and whatever it was they had in the Mason jars was not. I found out later that this was a homebrew of their own and made not from corn, but soybeans, and distilled through an old radiator off a Mack. Luckily I only tasted it, but that single gulp went down like a 4-stage rocket, taking my breath away, and immediately starting to bore a hole in my stomach. After the coughing subsided I gave them the common courtesy line you use upon tasting any 'Shine..........."Smooth!"

They were all adorned themselves with some of the seediest Santa hats I had ever seen and were ready for business. They said I was the first customer and I nodded appreciatively while glancing about at the trees. Even up at a closer viewing they seemed almost perfectly formed and beautifully green and I thought the light snow must be the reason they glistened so under the glaring bulbs. It was dark now and the temperature had dropped to about 25 with a nasty northwesterly blowing in a chill from Alberta. My eyes were no longer crossed from the 'Shine and I slowly became aware that something was odd about the trees. They weren't moving at all. Not a branch, not a needle, absolutely nothing was moving although the breeze was pretty stiff. Paw commented on the weather and let fly an air biscuit as I walked over to the tree Karen had seen earlier. I reached out to touch it and it was positively stiff!

I felt several branches and the whole thing down to the smallest needle was like glass. I put a little extra pressure on a needle and it shattered in my gloved hand. What the hell was this anyway? Cletus came up and asked how I liked them as Paw and Buford tossed wood in a barrel to start a warming fire. I said I thought these were real trees, but they seemed to be artificial. Cletus protested they were real.......and recycled. Once in awhile you hear sommething that is so completely ridiculous that it takes some time before you can absorb the fact that the speaker is completely serious. Recycled Christmas trees. My mind was slowly opening to the sound of Cletus' voice proudly telling the tale of how they collected them last year and then formed them up, glued in branches with rubber cement, gave them several coats of shellac, painted them with spray cans of "Yew Be Green" epoxy, and topped the job off with several coats of lacquer.

I stared at the tree. I stared at Cletus. I stared at the tree. I stared at Cletus. I stared at the tree. I stared at Cletus. Cletus noticed I was a bit pale and pulled me by the arm over to the shed where Paw and Buford had finished filling the barrel and were dumping gasoline onto the contents. Cletus said that I should have another drink and then Paw asked if I was cold. I nodded vacantly, my mind still unable to absorb the insanity which surrounded me. Then I heard Cletus say, "Hey Paw, show him how we light a fire."

With that, Paw bent over pointing his butt at the barrel, Buford held a Zippo to his ass, and Paw ripped a monster of a fart, something akin to a Cherry Bomb in it's magnitude. An enormous flame shot out of his ass and ignited the barrel which flared high in the air. But it was a truly huge blaster and the flames not only ignited the barrel, but the nearest recycled Christmas trees. Coated as they were with such a combustible mixture, they didn't catch fire, they friggin' exploded! Bits of flaming plastic-like shards went flying away on the wind to explode the next tree, and the next, and the next. Within 30 seconds the remnants of every tree was flaming brightly and in less than a minute the flames were gone and 50 smoldering sticks were all that remained. None of us had moved and Paw was still bent over and looking over his shoulder at the charred remains of their business.

The next day when I picked Karen up, we stopped at our usual place and picked out a lovely Frazier Fir. I had told her the story and that I figured that here was a case where a single fart may not have saved the world, but at least did save 50 home fires. We stopped at their place and the boys were cleaning up the mess and told us it probably meant a Christmas that would be a little bleak for them. Karen is a kind soul and right then and there invited them to our place for Christmas Day. She said they should come early and maybe Santa will have left something for them and that they would be welcome for Christmas dinner too. As we drove home I tried to explain that this probably wasn't a great idea but Karen felt pretty bad for them and they had cheerfully accepted her invitation.

On Christmas morning they arrived at 6 AM and the day went downhill from there. But that's another story.

So Micca old friend, no matter how bad it is and how you feel, there is always a friend out there for you. Even if you're obnoxious, nasty, and haven't bathed in a month, there is always the chance that if you can light a good fart, miracles will occur.

Spaw

BBBBBRRRRRRAAAAAAAAWWWWWMMMMMMPPPPPPPPPP


02 Dec 01 - 08:11 PM (#602409)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: Áine

Ach, Micca me darlin' -- What you need is a good swift kick in the hinder to remind you that you are well loved and thought of -- So, bend over and smile . . .

We love ya, ya big girl's blouse, ya! ;-)

-- Áine

(and, yes dear, I'm taking my meds . . .)


02 Dec 01 - 08:20 PM (#602414)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: Sorcha

"bend over and smile"???????? AAAARRRGGGHHH, I thought this was a FAMILY SITE??? Aine, shame on you. Spaw, just where were Reg, Reg and Reg that night? Out lacqering more trees?


02 Dec 01 - 08:36 PM (#602427)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: Joe Offer

Micca, you're a good guy and all, but I don't do hugs, especially with men. Let me extend to you a Hearty Midwestern Handshake.
[[[[[[[shake heartily]]]]]]]

There! Feel better?
-Joe Offer, displaced Wisconsinite-


02 Dec 01 - 08:52 PM (#602435)
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From: MMario

Micca - just remember "'I'm glad, glad, very very glad, I'm glad I'm a gladiator!" May your kilt never be too drafty - and always tilt when you want it to!


02 Dec 01 - 09:08 PM (#602442)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: Micca

well, Chance, you are a piece of work!!!! But I thank you,( and forgive you!!) for the very kind thoughts,and the friendship of you and the lovely Suzette, and all my friends who have rallyed round and said nice things. ( I am Mightily embarrassed, but not a fool, I will take the support and affection of friends where ever it is offered with gratitude and as graciously as I am able and hope I can offer similar should the opportunity arise)
This "Blue" is just a part of a very hard process that is having to be got through just now and if the "high " of the trip to the Getaway and the rest of the trip had been less high ,it might have been less severe( I wouldnt have swapped a minute!!!) but divorce hurts and injures all partys, even if they do not open up and expose their feelings easily.. and it is , and has been my modus vivendi to hide my feelings, perhaps wrongly, or mistakenly, from those close (I wouldnt want to worry them) and some times one has to be sensitive to their ability to cope with the information one is imparting, and not make them feel they are or have to "take sides". There are many situations and events at the moment that contribute to this "Blue" and I am working , slowly towards the light. I thank you all for your friendship and warmth, there are some special folks here on the ol'Mudcat, I will not name names( except one) of the folks who have been very special, You KNOW who you are and you know how I feel about you,
The one name I will name, for so consistenly making me laugh aloud , even in the darkest times is my "cousin" Catspaw!!!! the Paw, Buford, Reg^3 stories, are so funny!!!! Thank you Spaw.. and to you all..


02 Dec 01 - 09:24 PM (#602454)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: Sorcha

Somehow, I kinda suspected it was the big D-I-V-O-R-C-E thing........so sorry, Micca. It really shouldn't have to happen to anybody, but it does (and should sometimes) in spite of what Governments try to legislate. You and yours have my "prayers". Never been there, and hope never to be there. Blessed be, my friend.


02 Dec 01 - 09:31 PM (#602459)
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From: Rick Fielding

Divorce? That's all it is? Sheeit Micca, ya shoulda just called me. I've made so many good women happy by gettin' out of their lives, that I'll probably end up in the Guinness book of records! Heather ain't so lucky though, I'm makin' her stick it out!

Seriously guy, hope you get chipper again soon.

Rick


02 Dec 01 - 09:54 PM (#602475)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: Amergin

Micca...i remmeber about a year ago you and several others were expressing concern over me when I was going through a bit of a blue patch..,...and I rememmber the hours of laughter you have provided me in paltalk when i still had time to go...laughter that was much needed....Now I don't have anything particularly witty or meaningful to say...except thank you....and may the sun shine for you once more...and soon...


02 Dec 01 - 09:59 PM (#602481)
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From: catspaw49

Thanks Cousin Micca.....but as the 'Gin Boy just said, we pass the laughter and the good thoughts around.....We all need them and you've always given more than your share of them to all of us too......so enjoy now and let it all buoy your spirits.......Thinking of you...

Spaw


03 Dec 01 - 02:10 AM (#602565)
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From: Liz the Squeak

and has been my modus vivendi to hide my feelings, perhaps wrongly, or mistakenly, from those close (I wouldnt want to worry them) and not make them feel they are or have to "take sides".

You stupid bugger. We're all big enough to know what is what. Maybe if you'd opened up 2 years ago......? Ah well, you're a silly old sod, and always welcome.

LTS


03 Dec 01 - 01:23 PM (#602778)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: annamill

The pain goes away, my friend, eventually. Sometimes that hole is filled in right nicely by someone we can love even more.

Well, I love you and if there is anything I can do please just let me know. (Let's not forget I'm married Micca! ;-) You know you're welcome to come for a visit anytime.

Love, Anna


03 Dec 01 - 01:38 PM (#602787)
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From: Bill D

so, Micca...you want a little task to get your mind off things for a bit...*grin*...remember that strange fellow with the Hurdy-Gurdy at the Getaway who bugged you about pipe reeds? Well now he's bugging ME 'cause he has no idea which end of a computer you stick the stamps on. If you have ANY info I can give him, let me know, and in return, I'll get together with Rick Fielding and we'll compile all the knowlege we've gained about women in our checkered careers.....you'll either LOSE the blues, or start writing them!..*wink*

Take care, and know that you are always welcome back at the Getaway...........


03 Dec 01 - 07:39 PM (#603027)
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From: curmudgeon

Hail Micca, my newest old friend. I've been there too. And while things may be dark now, bear in mind that in less than three short weeks the light will commence its renaissance. Flow with the seasons, greet the returning Sun, be youthfully Yulish, and have a dozen pints for me and BG. And while the bright leaves you here gazed upon are now gone, they will be back even brighter when you return again -- Tom


03 Dec 01 - 09:34 PM (#603093)
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From: Micca

Bill ,Re: Reeds I have put a message out to the person most likely to be able to help, and am waiting a reply and if I suceed EVERYONE will Know and curse my name!!!


03 Dec 01 - 11:01 PM (#603150)
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From: Bill D

yep, Micca...but only briefly!!, for he is likely to ruin both pipes AND reeds in short order. He once brought me a set of Northumbrian SmallPipes...a special set with a delicate chanter with extra notes...which had been snapped off and had cheap glue slathererd on it. "Can you fix this?", he asked?...this was Blackwood, with less than 1/8 inch wall, and he wanted it glued so it could be used!!!..."No way", says I.....*sigh*....I don't know even now what he is wanting reeds for...

but, thank you, and I can now report that 'attempts are being made'....so, don't fret and don't hurry. My ears will thank you....


04 Dec 01 - 02:56 AM (#603206)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: Liz the Squeak

If that doesn't work I know an instrument repairer in Huddersfield - unless he is the same person that Micca mentioned in which case, sorry!

LTS


04 Dec 01 - 05:58 AM (#603233)
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From: Lanfranc

Came late to this thread - the story of my life!

Micca, remember the gladiators' motto "Noli illigitimum carborundum"!

May the grin reappear soon from behind the beard, my old hobbit chum. If you need any further solace, join us on Thursday in the Snug, and we'll sing silly songs.

Alan


04 Dec 01 - 09:04 AM (#603294)
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From: GUEST,Patrish

Much love goes out to you Mr Patterson from London
Patrish xx


04 Dec 01 - 09:50 AM (#603318)
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From: SINSULL

I spoke via ICQ with Micca last night and he is now fine. Solaced himself with champagne and apricot brandy... something called a "Golden Shower". Nothing surprises me about Micca.

As for advice on women from Bill and Rick - NO! Let the Mudcat female contingent handle that for now. He needs to keep a positive attitude until everything is finalized.


04 Dec 01 - 10:46 AM (#603364)
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From: Bat Goddess

Oh, Micca -- letting a divorce and such get you down. And me with a flamingo on my hands who's pining, PINING! and an ocean in between you two. Then again, that might just complicate the divorce a LOT more than any one would want. Ms. Flamingo is still sitting in the chair occupied by Kendall at the party, humming "I Don't Look Good Naked Any More" and sobbing inconsolably.

Linn


04 Dec 01 - 11:20 AM (#603389)
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From: Gervase

Micca enjoying himself with a Golden Shower?
Blimey, no wonder there's girly trouble!


04 Dec 01 - 11:29 AM (#603397)
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From: SharonA

"Noli illigitimum carborundum"? No illegal carburetors??

Micca, I hope that things work out for the best for you – and quickly!

Sharon


04 Dec 01 - 11:40 AM (#603408)
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From: Bill D

ah, but you see, SINSULL, Rick & I have finally got it right!...we DO have positive attitudes!...but you ladies go on and do what you do best...Micca will no doubt enjoy your company more, whether he learns anything useful or not....

;>))


04 Dec 01 - 11:44 AM (#603412)
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From: Bert

Hi Micca, Cheer up me ol' china. Go get yerself a bacon sandwich.

Bert.


04 Dec 01 - 12:24 PM (#603438)
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From: alanww

Hi Micca, my old pal,
Did you sleep well? Would you (both!?) like a cup of tea? My pleasure! And how about a song? *Clears throat*
I like to rise when the sun she rises ...!
Oops, sorry! Was that a bit loud? Yes, I can turn up the volume a bit too much sometimes ... Really? I hadn't realised that you had consumed so many ciders last night. Well, it just serves you right, doesn't it! OK i will be quiet(er). But how about a gentler song (with a message)?
Row on, row on, another day
May shine with brighter light
Ply, ply the oars and pull away
There's dawn beyond the night.
Stick at it mate! You will come out the other side! All the best.
Alan


04 Dec 01 - 02:06 PM (#603496)
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From: Cobble

Cheer up Micca things could have been worse, you could have been riding pillion on Tigs broomstick. NASTY.

Cobble.


04 Dec 01 - 04:08 PM (#603589)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: Herga Kitty

Micca is obviously better if he's drinking Golden Showers - champagne and apricot brandy sounds like an interesting and possibly lethal combination (not as bad as Pernicide which is pernod and scrumpy) but that's the first time I've been given that explanation of what a Golden Shower is. Nice one Micca.


04 Dec 01 - 07:08 PM (#603761)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: Micca

Actually the whole GS story came about at a (fairly drunken) dinner party(I was telling Sinsull about this the other day, hence how it came to be bandied about here) we were discussing mixed drinks and recipes, when the fairly quiet( compared to us) G/f of one of our friends mentioned this drink,which is made with 1/2 strained Fresh Peach Juice and 1/2 Champagne and a small measure of Apricot Brandy, well iced, when she told us it was called "Golden Showers" and everyone laughed, a lot, she could not see what was funny, and still didnt fully understand when its "other" meaning was explained to her in private.!!!!


04 Dec 01 - 07:17 PM (#603772)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: Dave the Gnome

My mate Mike used to make Snake Bites by mixing Carlsberg specials and White Lightning cider. We never got round to naming them coz after three pints no two brain cells could communicate with each other for at least 12 hours.

Had the desired effect though!

Glad yer feeling a bit better Micca - Lay off that dodgy rum if you want to keep it that way though;-)

Cheers

DtG


04 Dec 01 - 07:30 PM (#603782)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: Herga Kitty

Micca, I'm struggling with the GS arithmetic here - 50% champagne and 50% peach juice doesn't leave room for the apricot brandy. I guess you're saying it's equal quantities of champagne and peach juice and a jigger of apricot brandy as deemed appropriate for the sum total of other ingredients? And taking account of likely ensuing hangover (unless you have a Terry Pratchett arrangement for dealing with the hangover in advance)?


04 Dec 01 - 07:36 PM (#603785)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: Amos

Sharon -- "Non illegitimi carborundum: (or noli depending on your school) translates as "Don't let the bastards grind you down".

There is an obscure academic twist in this phrase which is probably explained here as well as anywhere.

Regards,

Amos


04 Dec 01 - 08:23 PM (#603827)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: Snuffy

Non carborundum illegitmorum


04 Dec 01 - 08:34 PM (#603832)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: Mary in Kentucky

Ah, Herga Kitty, did you account for chemical shrinkage? ;-)


04 Dec 01 - 09:20 PM (#603866)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: Micca

Bravo Mary in Ky it is the contraction due to the change in Hydrogen bonding due to the different polarities of the alcohol, and water, and the alteration of the Van de Waals forces, the Apricot Brandy simply makes up the volume... the only problem is it TASTES delicious, but " 1 and you arer anybodys, 2 and you are EVERYBODYS"


04 Dec 01 - 09:22 PM (#603871)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: Mary in Kentucky

hehehe, I KNEW a chemist would get it!


05 Dec 01 - 02:10 AM (#604056)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: Liz the Squeak

Trouble is, no-one in the medical or personal care profession will drink it.... especially if served in a glass jug....

It was the garnish of chocolate flakes that really did for it....

LTS


05 Dec 01 - 11:48 AM (#604254)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: Fortunato

Ah, the mudcat. And they ask us if it's a friendly place. We'll see each other through. Cheers, Fortunato


06 Dec 01 - 06:32 AM (#604813)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: Gervase

Peach juice and champage with a dash of brandy? Sounds like a classic Bellini to me - as served at Harry's Bar in Venice (drifts into sentimental reverie...Aah!).
Jolly nice, though. And just the thing to cheer anyone up.


06 Dec 01 - 12:00 PM (#604946)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: John J

Ey up Micca! Sorry to hear you've been down in the dumps. Keep yer chin up and get yerself up to Manchester this weekend for the gathering. We could do with your company!

John


06 Dec 01 - 04:37 PM (#605164)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: Liz the Squeak

Ah, he's just been round with packages for the north, being all miserable and whingeing because I'm coming to Manchester and he isn't.... (gloat gloat, je gloat, il gloatez, nous gloatons....)

And he didn't even get a drink!

LTS


08 Dec 06 - 07:26 PM (#1903995)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: katlaughing

Miccadarlin' read what your friends had to say and remember it goes doubly this year!!

luvyakat


08 Dec 06 - 08:16 PM (#1904024)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: Alba

Micca,
Blue is a good colour.
Should have stayed State side after the Getaway when you where away and spent Yule with yir Friends here for a wee change of scenery.
Never mind that is a possible plan for next Year.
I see that Liz is having a get together on the 6th of January over there. Maybe the Yule faery will surprise me with a Plane Ticket to London and then we can both go...what say ye to that.....

this time too shall pass
For when all is said and done you still have and always will have your Friends.
Read and remember.....

Love and Light,
Blessed Be
Jude


08 Dec 06 - 09:07 PM (#1904057)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: Ebbie

I'm proud to call myself one of your friends, Micca. I'm looking forward to seeing you at the NEXT Getaway. I want to hear all about the gladiator again.

{{{{hug}}}}}

Ebbie


08 Dec 06 - 10:26 PM (#1904137)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: Amos

Micca, do you HAVE to go back down to the dump every four or five years? Is this, like, a hunger? You know we'll always roust out the troops for you, mate. But let's not make a habit of it, all right?

Hugs and firm shakes of the neck,

A


08 Dec 06 - 11:26 PM (#1904199)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: JennyO

Micca - a BIG HUG for you -

{{{{{{{{{{{{{{{{{{{{MICCA}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}

Maybe one day I'll have a chance to give you a real one, instead of a virtual one. Hang in there, mate!

Jenny


08 Dec 06 - 11:31 PM (#1904203)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: Big Mick

You need to grab a shitload of that marvelous cider, I'll bring some of John Jameson's very finest, plus some of the vile dark stuff, call together a bunch of close friends, and we will sit and drink it all while singing silly songs. After words, we will scratch, spit, and exorcise the demons in our bowels, and try to call in coyotes with bodily function sounds until we fall asleep around the campfire.

The blues could not possibly survive a night like that spent among good friends, neh?

Love ya,

Mick


08 Dec 06 - 11:50 PM (#1904208)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: SINSULL

Oh dear...I prefer not to be around when Mick and Micca evacuate the demons in their bowels. Gross!
But smile Micca! god (read: whatever you choose) and a few others love you. Be surrounded by the glow of all who love you,
SINS


09 Dec 06 - 05:16 AM (#1904311)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: My guru always said

Smile Honey! You know where we are, visit over the holidays perhaps? {{{{{Micca}}}}}


09 Dec 06 - 06:41 AM (#1904358)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: Partridge

lots of love Micca
Pat xx


09 Dec 06 - 08:02 AM (#1904399)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: Mrs.Duck

You know where we are and if you get up here you could come to Whitby for New Year too!!!!


09 Dec 06 - 08:15 AM (#1904406)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: AllisonA(Animaterra)

Lots and lots of love, dear friend!

Allison


09 Dec 06 - 08:19 AM (#1904409)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: jacqui.c

Lots of love from us Micca. Keep your chin up and I'll make sure to see you in February.


09 Dec 06 - 09:06 AM (#1904439)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: Jeri

Micca, we never got to talk about songwriting on you recent trip, darn it! Maybe next year at the Getaway, we could have a songwriter's circle and not a workshop... or a workshop AND a circle. People care about you, which I'm sure you know. Also, quite a few of us have either been 'round the bend or had our turn signals on. This song may not be your cup of... whatever came out of that flask, but it's just for you.

Chasing the Light
(c)2006 Jeri Corlew

Here's what I wish for an unhappy friend
Only that sadness and strife do end
Banish the clouds of another dim day
Find one patch of light to guide your way

And whether 'tis sunlight through autumn jewelled trees
That dapples and dances on fiery leaves
Or the moon that laughs on midnight green dew
Sometimes you find light, sometimes it finds you

But it never remains in the same place
You must chase it to feel it again on your face
And if darkness is where you now have to be
Gather strength for the hunt, 'til you can burst free

For chasing the light is a difficult thing
You must look anywhere it may shimmer and sing
But here is a thing that I'm sure you know --
It's the dark that makes the light dance so


09 Dec 06 - 09:28 AM (#1904467)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: Rapparee

Hey, how about a holiday joke?

Three men died on Christmas Eve and were met by Saint Peter at the pearly gates.

"In honor of this holy season," Saint Peter said, "you must each possess something that symbolizes Christmas to get into heaven."

The first man fumbled through his pockets and pulled out a lighter. He
flicked it on. "It represents a candle," he said.

"You may pass through the pearly gates," Saint Peter said.

The second man reached into his pocket and pulled out a set of keys. He shook them and said, "They're bells."

Saint Peter said, "You may pass through the pearly gates."

The third man started searching desperately through his pockets and finally pulled out a pair of women's panties. St. Peter looked at the man with a raised eyebrow and asked, "And just what do those symbolize?"

The man replied, "These are Carols."


09 Dec 06 - 09:37 AM (#1904476)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: Dead Horse

I am in the same place mate. Mebbe we should meet up and get stinko over a few heart rending sea shanties, huh?
Hows about going for a new look?
Shave off ya eye-brows?
Nah. Toooooo f**king drastic!


09 Dec 06 - 10:03 AM (#1904494)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: Alba

A wee bit of a Song for you Micca:

There's a light in the Window and the door's open wide and I am free to walk inside,
I'll go, but I don't know where I'm going to!
There's a Love in my Heart and it burns like a fire and it warms my Soul at Night,
That's how it feels when Friends are there for You.

No deeper Love alive,
No stronger tide in any Ocean.
I'll no longer hide from Life's most precious emotion


Jude


09 Dec 06 - 10:19 AM (#1904508)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: katlaughing

Jeri and Alba, BEE-YOU-TEE-FULL songs!!! Thanks for sharing them with all of us.

{{{{{Micca}}}}}}}

What wonderful friends you all are.


09 Dec 06 - 11:05 AM (#1904541)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: MBSLynne

Well I've said my say via PM already, but two things:

How about joining us for the NW Leicestershire session on 21st December?

I just bought, at a local French Market (if that isn't an oxymoron) a jar of 20 year old calvados in which floats an orange and a number of coffee beans and with sugar added. It was for Christmas but I had to try a sip and it is Beeeeeoooooootiful. Come and have a nip of it with us!!

Lastly (I know I said two things, but it's a bit like the Spanish Inquisition "Nobody expect...." etc) There is a pattern to all this even though you may not be able to see it, and you of all people know that things happen as they are supposed to and you will probably find, in the end, that it has all been for the best. Sorry if that sounds trite....

Love Lynne


09 Dec 06 - 12:37 PM (#1904616)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: Ebbie

Lovely song, Jeri.

Reminds me of an observation I once made: Walking home through crunchy snow under the moonlight I noticed light-diamonds sparkling all around me. But when I stopped moving, they stopped twinkling. (Never quite figured out an analogy but it feels like there should be one.)


09 Dec 06 - 01:09 PM (#1904641)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: SINSULL

A little package should be arriving on your doorstep. Not an Xmas present so go ahead and open it. If you are a good little boy I will send over some bourbon balls with Jacqui.
SINS


09 Dec 06 - 07:08 PM (#1904898)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: Hawker

Micca, love and kind thoughts to you. Time is a great healer, and some wounds take more time than others to heal. but with the right treatment they will. I am sure all your friends here will help ease your pain and you will soon be feling less blue.
Much love,
Lucy


09 Dec 06 - 07:36 PM (#1904921)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: skipy

Chin up mate, you may not know who I am ( & that really does not matter ) but we have known each other by sight for decades, sorry to hear that you are hurting, but with time, yes maybe lots of it, it will subside, maybe not pass, but it WILL subside, hug your friends, that's what they are for, just like you would hug them if they where in pain.
Skipy


09 Dec 06 - 08:36 PM (#1904960)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: GUEST

Micca,

You have been a lucky man and you have many good memories and friends. Set in your rockin' chair and smile about all the good times.


09 Dec 06 - 08:38 PM (#1904961)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: GUEST

Then get up and rejoin Life...


10 Dec 06 - 05:58 AM (#1905179)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: Dave Earl

Hi Micca,

Only just caught up on this and was sorry to hear about your blues.

If there is anything your pals around here can do you know you only have to ask.

Dave


10 Dec 06 - 08:00 AM (#1905247)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: Severn

Well, the rout HAS truly been called for the Blues! Let us derive dill caraway! New parodies to replace an old pair uv dose. You have support, and may your and hopefully your muse, humorous and serious, never abandon you.You seem to have a worldwide legion of friends willing to help pull you through anything whatever the actual circumstances and causes and solutions may be, and when you inspect the troops and call the roll, I'll be in formation in one of the many platoons somewhere in the ranks. A cup is raised to you-coffee, at this hour in Maryland-with the best of wishes. Hang in there!


10 Dec 06 - 09:02 AM (#1905285)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: Linda Kelly

Micca babe, you know where i am -get writing mate.


10 Dec 06 - 09:14 AM (#1905293)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: GUEST,Micca's far away Secret Santa

I am so sorry to hear that you are down my sweet little Santee. Here's a hug from your Santa just to let you know that you are among my favourite people.

{{{{{{{{{{{{{{{{{{{{{{{{{{{{{{Micca}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}

I hope that you have had a grin at the postcards coming your way. You'll know who I am when you open the packages that are in transit. Then you can phone for a Happy Christmas wish.


10 Dec 06 - 09:21 AM (#1905295)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: Fortunato

Micca,

The tales of Mudcat friendship could have been written by Charles Dickens, and to the world outside must strain credulity. Indeed, Micca, the warmth surrounding you could heal Tiny Tim and bring good cheer to the workhouses and orphanages. In fact, these 'catters could redeem Old Scrooge himself.

Don't forget, on the other side of this sadness are many pints of cheer and songs love and honor and hours of warm fellowship. (And womanship, or ladyship or femaleship, you know.)

I'll be calling but Merry Happy HO HO HO, etc., etc.

Chance


10 Dec 06 - 09:37 AM (#1905301)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: Severn

If you actually COULD redeem Scrooge, how much could you get for him in cash prizes? Not much more than a live doornail, I'd reckon!


10 Dec 06 - 10:15 AM (#1905323)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: SINSULL

Severn - go sit in the corner!


10 Dec 06 - 12:18 PM (#1905404)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: JudyB

Micca -

Warm thoughts heading your way from Maine. It was great seeing you if only briefly after Getaway, and we're looking forward to your next visit.

Hugs,
JudyB


10 Dec 06 - 03:42 PM (#1905571)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: Tinker

MICCA, I went shopping the other day and found just the perfect SINSILL gift, but all things considered I think I'll send it off to you....BG ....

When I was your Santa all my clues said to send a very real package. But this time it appears to require a Blues fighting package and the signals are extremely different. Beware Sir I'm having a bit of fun with this one. NO PEEKING !!! And I may even give permission for it to be opened on my birthday rather than Yule...

Remember for you the door is always open, the new deadbolts do not apply to you.....

Next year I think we need to sit in the garden and raise a few songs to The Lady

Hugs and Hugs and More Hugs

tink


10 Dec 06 - 03:56 PM (#1905584)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: SINSULL

Good thing Tink. I found the perfect mate for your Michael Jackson Angel of Death. Had you sent this to me I would have had to reciprocate.
Enjoy, Micca.


10 Dec 06 - 04:16 PM (#1905603)
Subject: Lyric Ad: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: Tinker

This doesn't seem to be here at Mudcat, but I've been singing it alot lately....

This is to Mother You
Sinead O'Connor

This is to Mother you
To comfort you and get you through
Through when your nights are lonely
Through when your dreams are only blue
This is to Mother you

This is to be with you
To hold you and to kiss you too
For when you need me I will do
What your own mother didn't do
Which is to mother you

All the pain that you have known
All the violence in your soul
All the 'wrong' things you have done o-oh
I will take away when I come

All mistakes made in distress
All of your unhappiness
I will take away with my kiss Yes
I will give you tenderness

For my child I am so glad I found you
Although my arms have always been around you.
Sweet bird although you did not see me
I saw you    and...

This is to Mother you
To comfort you and get you through
Through when your nights are lonely
Through when your dreams are only blue
This is to Mother you.


10 Dec 06 - 04:36 PM (#1905621)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: Severn

To the corner I'll go, but only if I get to be a unicorn again! Please?

...Kendall must be taking up the cellar again, I guess.


10 Dec 06 - 05:26 PM (#1905668)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: GUEST,Lady Elizabeth

Hi Mica - love you lots ... take care of yourself won't you? And make sure you have plenty of chocolate till I see you again ;-)

((((((((Mica)))))))

Love, Elizabeth


10 Dec 06 - 06:31 PM (#1905732)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: Geordie-Peorgie

Hiya Micca!!!!

When aah met yez at Banbury aah wez struck by what a smashin' bloke ye' were.

Aah wez impressed by ye' then and now aah'm sendin' ye' MY heartfelt feelin 's of love and support.

Aah divvent knaah what ye're gannin' through but if a 1:1 might help then just PM uz and ye can have me number.

We're up there for ye', canny man


10 Dec 06 - 06:39 PM (#1905744)
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From: Crane Driver

100!!

Cheer up, ye daft bugger.


10 Dec 06 - 06:40 PM (#1905746)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: katlaughing

Way-hay!


10 Dec 06 - 07:09 PM (#1905770)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: Herga Kitty

Well, if Micca can work out who Skipy is (they were both in the same room at Banbury), then LtS might manage it eventually.

Big hug (and for Dead Horse too)

Kitty


11 Dec 06 - 03:25 AM (#1906047)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: Micca

thanks everyone, I've said it before and I'll say it again, you lot are worth your weight in Gold and would bring a tear to a glass eye..
I am deeply appreciative of all the support I have, and continue to receive here. Thanks Micca

PS Kitty, would that be hugging a Dead Horse?


11 Dec 06 - 04:11 AM (#1906066)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: GUEST

well its better than flogging one..chin up


11 Dec 06 - 09:37 AM (#1906292)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: GUEST

take care of yourself, eat regularly, even if you don't feel like it and try to take pleasure in small things..one of the best is stroking a cat
Good luck


12 Dec 06 - 04:21 AM (#1907192)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: Ella who is Sooze

I've been holed up in a bunker in a deepest darkest part of the country, playing music till dawn - in the middle of nowhere, in a very barren landscape, with no TV, No Radio, No Tinterweb... so only just seen this now I'm back in civilisation.

Cheer up and best wishes!

Ella who is Suze


12 Dec 06 - 01:07 PM (#1907527)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: Lonesome EJ

Micca
Looking forward to more songs from you next year at the Getaway. Go out, have new experiences, be a complete bohemian, write new songs. I'll drink a draft in your honor, mate.

LEJ


12 Dec 06 - 02:02 PM (#1907572)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: Amos

And also get some exercise so as to take some of the extra material off your furry butt, Micca. You will feel much better. Honest.

love,

A


12 Dec 06 - 02:11 PM (#1907582)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: Tinker

bohemian
noun [C] (INFORMAL boho)
a person who is interested in art, music and/or literature and lives in a very informal manner, ignoring the usually accepted ways of behaving

a "complete" bohemian --- I'm not sure the world is quite ready for Micca as a "complete" bohemian. He's demonstrated some strong tendencies in that direction, but.... is the world ready for Micca with no limits ???

LEJ do you have any idea what you may have let loose ???


12 Dec 06 - 03:16 PM (#1907640)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: Micca

Being mostly Celtic , and (sort of) English speaking, I do NOT want to move to Bohemia!!


12 Dec 06 - 03:38 PM (#1907658)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: Manitas_at_home

I thought Bohemia was the home of the Celtic culture! And, besides, it's ever so handy from London...

http://www.streetmap.co.uk/newmap.srf?x=580140&y=110285&z=3&sv=580140,110285&st=4&ar=Y&mapp=newmap.srf&searchp=newsearch.srf


12 Dec 06 - 03:47 PM (#1907670)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: John MacKenzie

It could be worse, he could be a Bahamian!
G


12 Dec 06 - 03:48 PM (#1907672)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: Herga Kitty

Micca

I have PM'd Dead Horse.

That reminds me though, to ask whether there's any chance of your coming to the Flanders Experience next year.

Kitty


13 Dec 06 - 01:57 AM (#1908098)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: alison

lots of big hugs from down here too Micca

slainte

alison


13 Dec 06 - 03:35 AM (#1908134)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: Ella who is Sooze

By eck Micca... Allison's giving you lots of hugs from Down Under... (sorry... couldn't resist... tee hee).

EWIS


13 Dec 06 - 10:25 AM (#1908427)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: ranger1

Hugs from all of us here on Bond Street.


13 Dec 06 - 12:01 PM (#1908484)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: Tinker

Micca, how 'bout a Bahaman ??


13 Dec 06 - 12:02 PM (#1908485)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: Tinker

Sorry, Bubba made me do it .....


13 Dec 06 - 02:44 PM (#1908621)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: Micca

Thanks Tink, That has to be a candidate , IMNHO for the most Stupid, Inane song every written!!, Who Cares , Who Let the Effing dogs out??
" I could eat alphabet soup and crap better lyrics than most pop songs"


13 Dec 06 - 03:32 PM (#1908663)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: Pistachio

i'd be happy if you just carry on writing if you don't mind.

'Hissyfit' looks forward to another Patterson track to ponder!
'Channels' was/is great. Did you get the CD?

Take care of yourself and know you have many friends.
Hazel.


13 Dec 06 - 03:53 PM (#1908678)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: Cruiser

Hey Micca, I don't know you, but it seems you like younger women (Me Too!).

Why not start a Charles Atlas body-building program (without the steroids, of course) then you will be irresistible (without the kilt, of course) to all those young lassies!

Blue is my favorite and Blues music is great but the kind of blues you HAD were the pits. It gets better n' better old man.

Good to see you outta the rockin' chair and back in life's race.


13 Dec 06 - 03:57 PM (#1908687)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: Cruiser

Durn it, I forgot to mention another good "BLUE"

Mudcat BLUE Plate CDs!


13 Dec 06 - 04:10 PM (#1908714)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: John MacKenzie

Dear Charles Atlas, I have finished the course, can you send the muscles?
G.


13 Dec 06 - 04:59 PM (#1908760)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: Tinker

Hey when fighting the blues you use the whole arsenel, even the inane. Besides if it gets you song writing again I could find a few more really good blue clickies..(thinly veiled threat...)

Zach has a few CD's up stairs I could harvest off of ... and believe it our not I think Julienne even went through a Barbie Girl stage... he he he

You'd better hope I get the package out the door really quick....I'm wrapping and writting messages today....

tink

Oh and if you think that music was bad I have another candidate for you to evaluate. Ben feels it is the most retarded thing he as ever been subject too... But you wouldn't trust a teen opinion anyway would you? Just wait til the package arrives...he he he


18 Dec 06 - 06:20 AM (#1912465)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: GUEST,Cats

Last night as we sat sipping the St Austell rum, we raised a glass and drank to you. We still have some put by for your visit, whenever that might be. Solstice greetings.


18 Dec 06 - 10:09 AM (#1912621)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: SINSULL

Sitting here with my coffee trying to picture Micca with a Charles Atlas body. Sorry old man but you'd look like a fool especially wandering around the Getaway loo in the alltogether.


18 Dec 06 - 10:16 AM (#1912626)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: skipy

Dear Charles Atlas, is there anyone in my local area who can help me lift the "body builder" onto the table & help me get it out of the box?
Skipy


18 Dec 06 - 11:27 AM (#1912699)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: Micca

Hey Sinsull, I'm in shape....... Round is a shape!!!!


18 Dec 06 - 12:44 PM (#1912784)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: GUEST,Cruz

Micca, you are a good sport!

There is really only one shape that most real women *REALLY* care about anyway. If you keep that area of your body "built-up" then the sky is the limit...(Skyrockets in flight...)

Good luck old man


18 Dec 06 - 04:03 PM (#1912951)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: kendall

What's that? your wallet? (running for the cellar)


18 Dec 06 - 09:35 PM (#1913226)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: Tinker

KENDALL !!! The cellar might not be quite far enough for that one. I've got a few songs I could use to reply.... but I'll save them til I can watch you blush.


19 Dec 06 - 10:21 AM (#1913634)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: SINSULL

I spoke with Micca yesterday. Where the hell is his Secret Santa? Not a word since the postcards. Just plain MEAN! Expose yourself! Maybe not... But send his damn gift!


20 Dec 06 - 08:23 AM (#1914617)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: manitas_at_work

Hells bells! It's not Christmas yet, can't you wait until afterwards to slag them off?


20 Dec 06 - 08:29 AM (#1914626)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: John MacKenzie

No I agree with Mary, I think it's shameful that his Santa has not exposed him to any clues or anything else either. A photo would be handy!
G.


20 Dec 06 - 08:44 AM (#1914645)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: manitas_at_work

So they've sent postcards? That shows willing. Any clues from the postmarks?


20 Dec 06 - 09:19 AM (#1914687)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: GUEST,Micca's far away Secret Santa

The postcards gave some clues but they might not have led to my identity. I have had help from lots of elves and when he finds out who one of them was he will laugh. (I hope)

Our Micca is a clever man and I didn't want to make it too easy for him to discover who I am as that would spoil the surprise.

All I will say is that I think I will be in trouble when he finally works out my identity.


20 Dec 06 - 10:21 AM (#1914761)
Subject: RE: Micca's got the blues: Help him out...
From: Micca

Dear SS, I have NO Idea who you are but based on the cards, you seem to whizz around like a badly made firework!!! I had concluded that you have had assistance from others, Many of whom I have met, and Many thanks to you for the effort you have put in on my behalf, I suspect I have , at least, met you.. Micca