Twin Peaks Usenet Archive
Subject: Re: The Widow
From: email@example.com (Kris Stephens [Hail Eris!])
Date: 1991-01-14, 15:37
Reply-to: firstname.lastname@example.org (Kris Stephens [Hail Eris!])
In article <1991Jan14.email@example.com> firstname.lastname@example.org (Ann Hodgins) writes:
> >The modern word "glamour" originally meant "a spell"
> >and I suspect that the widow Milford has the abilty
> >to cast a glamour over every man she meets.
> >Witness the fact that not a single man in the sheriff's
> >office, despite other attachments and varied tastes, seems to
> >be able to resist her charm.
...and that none of the men were competing with each other for her
attention, and that Harry wouldn't even answer Lucy's page ("out
of character" is an understatement). That *leapt* off the screen
at me to say that she's got more-than-normal powers.
-- Kristopher Stephens, | (408-746-6047) | email@example.com | KC6DFS Amdahl Corporation | | | [The opinions expressed above are mine, solely, and do not ] [necessarily reflect the opinions or policies of Amdahl Corp. ]