email@example.com (Sean Smith):When Quinn the Eskimo gets here everybody's gonna shout for joy
firstname.lastname@example.org (Lee Edmond) :
Does anybody know that Dylan wrote Quinn the Eskimo after a friend of his (a friend's wife, to be more precise) came home raving about a movie she had just seen staring Anthony Quinn in the role of an Eskimo (or Aleut, to be politically correct)? Does anybody care?
John Howells (email@example.com):
Old news. The movie is "The Savage Innocents", also featuring a young Peter O'Toole (!) ["he went to Hollywood to see Peter O'Toole"].
Article: alt.alien.visitors.44838 Message-ID: (firstname.lastname@example.org) From: email@example.com (Michael Hudson) Subject: New Magazine Launched Score: 100 First 20 lines: The New UFOlogist is a new quarterly which was launched in the summer of 1994 one of the articles in the first issue was Earthlights: The Abduction Connection by Paul Devereux. This article is attached so as it gets seen by a wider audience and to get additional feedback on the theories presented. If you would like further information on the magazine please send e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. BEYOND UFOLOGY: Meeting With The Alien by Paul Devereux Come on without, come on within, You've not seen nothin' like the Mighty Quinn Bob Dylan, "The Mighty Quinn" [B. Feldman & Co. Ltd., 1970] If we let Dylan's "Mighty Quinn" symbolise the "alien" at the heart of most mainstream "ufological" thinking, we have a good image of the almost unperceived conceptual split that has taken place within the subject area. On the one hand, there is the focus on unidentified objects seen primarily in the skies, which are perceived -- "identified", as it . . . Those wishing to see the rest of the article will have to look it up for themselves.