Joe Hill wikipedia

Postby Patrick on Tue Apr 10, 2007 1:05 pm

Dana Jean wrote:Shhhhharksssss! * snap*snap*

Jetsssssss! *snap* snap*

Shhhhharksss! *snap*snap*

Jetssss! *snap*snap*

and twirl.

Glad the rumble was averted Dolan and Paul.

ROFL

Dana is so freakin' funny I almost can't stand it.
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Re: Apologies...

Postby Dolan on Tue Apr 10, 2007 1:12 pm

Patrick wrote:
Dolan wrote: ....
And Patrick, thanks for the compliment on my book. Joe of course signed it, but this rrrreally cool friend of mine hooked me up with it! I'm very appreciative, of course.

Well, he or she must be one hell of a friend what with eliciting that highly relevant quote from the book itself, followed by that expression of gratitude. I just hope they hung you out to dry on charging you for it afterward.

:D


Actually the friend was kind enough to do it for free. No charge for the book...or his time...nothing.

I am still working on getting him a gift. Has to be just right... any ideas?
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Re: Apologies...

Postby Patrick on Tue Apr 10, 2007 1:23 pm

Dolan wrote:
Patrick wrote:
Dolan wrote: ....
And Patrick, thanks for the compliment on my book. Joe of course signed it, but this rrrreally cool friend of mine hooked me up with it! I'm very appreciative, of course.

Well, he or she must be one hell of a friend what with eliciting that highly relevant quote from the book itself, followed by that expression of gratitude. I just hope they hung you out to dry on charging you for it afterward.

:D


Actually the friend was kind enough to do it for free. No charge for the book...or his time...nothing.

I am still working on getting him a gift. Has to be just right... any ideas?


All the fashionistas agree that chapbooks of Better Than Home and Voluntary Committal never go out of style.

LOL
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Postby sybil on Tue Apr 10, 2007 2:34 pm

or the signed postscripts #5.
janis the joeker
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Postby Patrick on Tue Apr 10, 2007 3:51 pm

sybil wrote:or the signed postscripts #5.


:shock: Janis can read minds!*







* assuming she means the Hardcover S/L rather than the softcover signed by Joe and one other writer.
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Postby Patrick on Tue Apr 10, 2007 4:00 pm

Not to mention the 20th CENTURY GHOSTS (either limited hardcover) by PS Publishing, or the HEART-SHAPED BOX limited hardcover by Subterranean Press or even the LOOKING GLASS Anthology S/L by Cemetary Dance.


LOL


This is fun, but seriously, I'm sure your friend will be happy with whatever you decide, Dolan, even if it's nothing at all.

:)
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Re: Apologies...

Postby Paul_Campbell on Tue Apr 10, 2007 5:51 pm

Dolan wrote:[... looks great! The only thing I wonder is if it might be too much to list everything.


Actually, I'd agree with you there Kenny!

I'd figure, though (for the time being at least) to kind of show all of Joe's credits up front and then, further down the line, once he's got a couple of more book credits under his belt the likes of the Short Stories section would be removed from the main article and placed into a sub-section.

The main reason for the restructuring is to make it easy for vitually anyone to simply go in and add story and award credits as and when they become aware of them.

Anyway, Wikipedia's harmless fun and gives us sad bibliofile geeks something to do, rather than spending quality time with our -

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Re: Apologies...

Postby Nerak on Tue Apr 10, 2007 7:31 pm

Dolan wrote:
I am still working on getting him a gift. Has to be just right... any ideas?


Girl scout cookies!!! :wink:
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Postby Janice on Tue Apr 10, 2007 7:32 pm

I personally think that Girl Scout Cookies are an excellent gift.
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Postby Dolan on Tue Apr 10, 2007 9:06 pm

KAREN - IS THAT THE POP ART PHOTO?!

Where did you get it?!
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Postby Patrick on Wed Apr 11, 2007 12:41 am

That's what it is, Kenny.

Girl Scout cookies are yummy. We still have tons of them this year from the neighbor's kid and the other neighbor's kid. I feel sorry for anyone who has already finished theirs.
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Postby Nerak on Wed Apr 11, 2007 6:43 am

Dolan wrote:KAREN - IS THAT THE POP ART PHOTO?!

Where did you get it?!


Shane posted it somewhere on here and I copied it!!! HE HE HE

Thanks Shane! muah
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Postby Shane on Wed Apr 11, 2007 6:57 am

Dolan wrote:KAREN - IS THAT THE POP ART PHOTO?!

Where did you get it?!


It's the old splash page for Joe's site that a friend and I made years ago. Some folks were asking about it in another thread here (stemming from an observation that in the upper left corner of the banner, it seemes like Art and his balloons), so I posted it to show them what Art looked like in the oldé days.
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Postby Dolan on Wed Apr 11, 2007 8:45 am

Shane wrote:
Dolan wrote:KAREN - IS THAT THE POP ART PHOTO?!

Where did you get it?!


It's the old splash page for Joe's site that a friend and I made years ago. Some folks were asking about it in another thread here (stemming from an observation that in the upper left corner of the banner, it seemes like Art and his balloons), so I posted it to show them what Art looked like in the oldé days.


Thats one of my favorite stories! Thanks for posting it Shane!
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