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Birthday Update: Tokyo 2000

on January 13, 2000

Just added a page with links to stories and images of the Tokyo Birthday 2000 Celebration! Click here to go to DB's Birthday Celebration! Remember to hunt through those eggs!

A special thank you to Tomoko Sato for keeping us Western Hemispherians informed!

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Do You Want Ginger With That David?

on January 13, 2000

Quite a build-up to this one from 6:30am this morning UK time, with Virgin Radio boss Chris Evans pretending tofret that he hoped David would be up in time for the 'live' interview!

David set the scene with the information that it was 2:20am in New York and that he had just finished washing hishands, having helped some workmen to lift paving slabs after a mains pipe had burst outside in the street. If youheard the interview and believed that statement, then you have a cruel life ahead of you.

But, I believe the story was merely a vehicle for the beautifully spiritual message that followed.

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'withnail' And You

on January 12, 2000


A great show for a great cause! Definitely check out this
info page, and help out in any way possible. Also, BowieNet sends a very special Thank You to Richard E. Grant.

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Digitalclubnetwork

on January 12, 2000


The
DigitalClubNetwork website (a sharp-looking site for the Flash enthusiast) is cybercasting the LIVE performance of 'Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders From Mars' from Arlene Grocery (95 Stanton Street, NYC) on January 15th. The band features Tony from The Buzzcocks and other noted NYC musicians. Showtime is 10:00pm EST. Check it out!

Go to the DigitalClubNetwork
Also, check out Arlene-Grocery.com

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Just For Fun: Life From Mars?!?!

on January 12, 2000

In a study presented Wednesday at the national meeting of the American Astronomical Society, experts said their calculations show that if life ever existed on Mars then it could have been carried to Earth aboard some 5 trillion rocks blasted from the Red Planet by impacting asteroids.

They concluded that it is theoretically possible that life on Earth came from life on Mars!

Go to the story at CNN.com

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