The Evolution of the Brain
R. E. Hicks
livingin at lantageorgia.com
Wed Aug 21 13:17:10 EST 2002
"Otto Bahn" <JGAULT at CCIS1025.LunchTimeInBosnia.mc.duke.edu> wrote in message
news:3D63D829.1B69 at CCIS1025.LunchTimeInBosnia.mc.duke.edu...
> R. E. Hicks wrote:
> > "Kevin S. Wilson" <rescyou at spro.net> wrote in message
> > news:rsf7muoaa8f3ovan6ourhtupih1bke3qet at 4ax.com...
> > > On Tue, 20 Aug 2002 21:56:39 +0100, "R. E. Hicks"
> > > <livingin at lantageorgia.com>, wrote:
> [Snippity doo-da]
> > > Like what? Are you saying I've been misinformed?
> > >
> > > >Someone will fill you in....
> > >
> > > How about you? Or are you saying that you don't know the basic facts,
> > > either?
> > Well, I don't know anything about Lyndon LaRouche (nor do I feel the
> > to), but as a Stone Roses fan I do know that:
> > 1) John Squire wasn't the singer in the Roses (although recent news
> > establishes that he contributed backing vocals to at least one Second
> > song.)
> Duh. Try the lead guitarist for Yes.
Do you mean Chris Squire, bass guitarist in Yes?
In any case, we've established it's John Squire we're talking about.
> > 2) Elizabeth My Dear wasn't about putting a blanket over the Queen
> > head - in fact I fail to see how you could have got that meaning from
> > lyrics:
> > "Tear me apart and boil my bones
> > I'll not rest till she's lost her throne
> > My aim is true
> > My message is clear
> > It's curtains for you, Elizabeth my dear"
> It seems pretty clear to me, though he did confuse
> the curtains with a blanket.
Well the Queen Mother's name was Elizabeth, but the song is referring to her
daughter, the Queen of the UK. So not so clear.
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