Kirk was in Vermont at a Buddhist conference when Katrina hit. He and his
wife couldn't go home, so they flew out to his sister's house north of Los
Angeles. I'm in the final stages of finalizing arrangements for him to come
here to cook a benefit dinner for Katrina victims on October 1. I'll
announce details as they develop. He hasn't been in the chat lately.

Eclectic is fine with me. I love to mix things together and see what
results. When I was 6 years old, I woke up early one morning and made a
concoction, in a large wooden salad bowl with a crack in the side, of every
soluble substance in the house. Starting with the stuff under the kitchen
sink: Draino, ammonia, various soaps and cleaning solvents, etc.; moving on
to everything in the fridge: ketchup, beer, milk, orange juice, etc.; then
on to the bathroom: drugs, Pepto Bismol, etc. When my mother, who was
recuperating from the caesarian birth of my sister, finally was awakened by
the pitter patter of little feet running back and forth downstairs, the
stuff was running out the crack in the bowl and oozing down the wall. I told
her my intention was to pour it down the drain to poisen the sewer men. She
made me clean it up and I was late for school. Sound like FairfieldLife?

on 9/14/05 8:57 AM, David Fiske at [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

> Does anyone know how Kirk, the New Orleans chef, handled Katrina? He
> would have loved the posts on Jay's heroin experiences and the
> redoubtable woman here who asserts she has the power to compel someone
> swing his dick until it drops off. This group has become more eclectic
> than Rick could have foreseen or maybe wanted. It reminds me of some
> of the stuff I once read on the "Dark and Erotic" chat site; shades of
> Charlie going to strip clubs! Scratch most people and you will find
> sex lurking. Nude swimming has my vote of approval. I have done it
> most of the summer down on the lake here.

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