On Sat, 24 May 1997 23:20:54 -0600 Bette Tomlinson <[log in to unmask]>
>On Sun, 25 May 1997, Bruce L. Jones wrote:
>> You may be equating "bad" with dangerous. Dangerous isn't necessarily
>> bad. To use a Celtic example, Edward I was generally bad while William
>> Wallace was generally considered good. Both were definately
>Yes, I was conflating the two. Dangerous and good--there is Brian
It's Brian Dennehy, nice example. He is lucky enough to resemble me. [:
) Liam Neeson in Rob Roy is pretty good too to hear the women around here
squirm and moan about him.
>Speaking of the dangerous and the good--where are the listmembers I know
>are here, but I never see messages from--Jim Fox-Davis, Ruhdh, Mark
>Constanze, etc.? And MAQQI! Where are you?
Could be the holiday for the US residents - or just plain spring for the
rest. There has been a fall-off for the last couple of weeks. I'm off to
the movies myself - "Lost World" - shamelessly non-Celtic. But tomorrow
I'm hosting a Celtic Holiday Barbecue to make proper amends [: ) ...
Bruce L. Jones
The Mojave Desert - The Geographic Center of Nowhere