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Klarinet Archive - Posting 001144.txt from 1999/01

Subj: [kl] Feline diatribe(was" leaving equipment on stand")
Date: Fri, 22 Jan 1999 19:40:35 -0500

Mark Charette wrote:

>Lelia wrote:
>>(You may call me, "She Who Must Be Obeyed.")>

>Ahhh - that's what many of the human male species call their wife.
>Along with a "B"-movie title - "She", Who Must Be Obeyed.

Yup, that's probably where Shadow got the idea. She's seen my videos and I'm
afraid they gave her ideas. The movies were based on the classic fantasy
novel, _She: A History of Adventure_, published in 1886, by H. Rider Haggard.
It's been filmed at least five times (1917, 1926, 1935, 1965 and 1985; some of
these also had sequels). The classic film, although it's re-set at the North
Pole, is the 1935 version, directed by Irving Pichel, with Lansing C. Holden,
Helen Gahagan, Randolph Scott, Helen Mack, Nigel Bruce and Gustav von
Seyffertitz, with a fine score by Max Steiner. The best-known of the B movies
is the 1965 Hammer version directed by Robert Day, with Ursula Andress and
John Richardson.

Ken Wolman wrote,
>>>...and Pushkin El Pussygatto is sitting on the
table, and I swear to God she's grinning. Oh wow...somebody fetch the
lysol, quick. I thought cats, when they got mad at you, only did that
in places like your shoes or on the bed.... The repairman thought he
was going crazy when I brought it in for an overhaul. "Jesus K. Reyst,
buddy," he asked me, "was your cat trying to play this?" "No," I said,
"and that wasn't a silver bullet she left either.">>>

LOL! I sure hope Shadow didn't read that.... Guess from now on, I'd better
keep the case closed while I'm practicing.


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