[Grief] Grief Digest, Vol 98, Issue 28

s. borges sergio433 at gmail.com
Mon Feb 28 02:36:01 PST 2011


I second what Grant has written.

I find Giannelli's postings quite interesting and do enjoy reading them. His
harsh criticism of GPO does also bring a good deal of insightful comments on
PTV and the inner workings of the band.

And being this an open forum, let the man have his word.

cheers, s., san sebastian.

2011/2/28 Grant Regnaert <tripreset at hotmail.com>

> Dude, Fred's a cool guy (with a helluva great memory, too). And I find his
> entries far from annoying. Actually, most of them I find to be quite
> interesting, funny and insightful. I'm glad he's on the list. And as for
> "Who the fuck cares about his entries and/or how he perceives things"?
> Well... I for one do. And I personally know first hand from others on this
> list as well, that they enjoy his comments/stories, too. We all have a right
> to contribute on this list and say what we want to say. So for whatever
> reason, if he's ruffling your feathers: So be it! Just ignore him, man. Live
> and let live...  Btw, "A quarter of a decade ago"? That would only be 2.5
> years. I think you meant to say century. Have a great week, everybody!
>
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> From: the_adversary at hotmail.com
> To: grief at hollyfeld.org
> Date: Mon, 28 Feb 2011 09:35:40 +0100
>
> Subject: Re: [Grief] Grief Digest, Vol 98, Issue 28
>
> Another entry of annoying spam from Fred. Who the fuck cares how you
> perceived things a quarter of a decade ago?
>
> -Fredrik
>
>  *From:* telepathic at comcast.net
> *Sent:* Monday, February 28, 2011 1:37 AM
> *To:* grief at hollyfeld.org
> *Subject:* Re: [Grief] Grief Digest, Vol 98, Issue 28
>
> Dear Jon,
>
> We didn't know each other when I was in PTV.  That was 20 odd years ago.
> Of course I had savings when I was in PTV.  You think Gen paid for all my
> flights to the UK ?  From 1988-1992 I had a nest egg.   A nest egg big
> enough to throw a Brainwaves Festival.  I busted my ass doing data entry for
> a Healthcare consortium in a tiny room in Lexington with some scarey
> Scientologists in the mid-80's saving every penny.  How else could I have
> been in PTV touring and spending so much time in the UK later on?  I
> stretched that nest egg out for 5 years.
>
> Jon and I met 10 or so years ago and I certainly have been on a shoestring
> budget ever since.  I've certainly never had any savings since I've known
> Mr. Whitney.  I guess I wasn't douchey enough to commit psychic perjury and
> win more damages than I was worth in a lawsuit against Rick Rubin.  But I
> did disarm Genesse holding a loaded gun to the back of Caresse's head in
> Terrance Sellers' and Carl Apfelschnitt's house in Madrid, NM in 1988.
>
> telepathic regards,
> fRED
>
>
> Message: 2
> Date: Sun, 27 Feb 2011 13:13:13 -0500
> From: Jon Whitney <turbid at turbid.com>
> To: grief at hollyfeld.org
> Subject: Re: [Grief] Grief Digest, Vol 98, Issue 27
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> what a lie i tell you
>
> "PTV exhausted your savings?"  you've NEVER had any savings and are
> always bitching about money!
>
> xx
>
> jon
>
>
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