Tuesday, November 22, 2005

I wonder if the new Plum Creekville near Big Moose Mountain is planning on utilizing solar power, wind power, or squaw power?


Blogger sameer said...

Good to have you back bangor bluesman, good to have you back...What exactly is squaw power?

Thursday, November 24, 2005  
Blogger Doughboy said...

What is the air speed valocity of an unladen swallow???

Saturday, November 26, 2005  
Blogger aaron said...

Sorry, my only expert knowledge within the fields of birds concerns the subject of air travel as it relates to the speed of swallows carrying miniaturized picnic baskets.

I am equally apologetic about the squaw reference. It's a bit of an inside joke. For many years in the quiet Maine village of Greenville, Squaw Mountain protected the townspeople with fierce grandeur. Until somewhat recently, that is. A debate arose questioning the decency of commonly referring to the town's prize asset as WHORE SLUT YOU FUCKING BITCH MOUNTAIN. Since I haven't researched this topic, I feel okay about reporting the facts. Some tribes claimed that 'squaw' was a derogatory term, others claimed it was not. Better to err on the side of safety. Lord knows nobody wants to insult an Indian. But who gives a shit about that when there's a shiny new name on the table like Big Moose Mountain. Now that's something that will surely attract Native tourists!

Thursday, December 01, 2005  
Anonymous E to the P said...

inside jokes on a blog. perfect.
Indians? what the F is this shit?

Thursday, December 01, 2005  
Blogger Kathleen Callon said...

Sorry, but what is squaw power?

Sunday, December 04, 2005  
Blogger aaron said...

I leave that up to interpretation. For me, it is the untapped reservoir of power that lies within Native American women. To Plum Creek, it might be the cheap labor force that could really tip the scales on their investment. But most likely, the term 'squaw' has been used to represent a theme common to corporations, especially those concerned with timber/resort development: exploitation. I am simply implying that Plum Creek, by their nature, will probably not seek smart energy sources, but rather opt for the cheapest, most environmentally destructive and humanly abusive solutions to every problem.

Tuesday, December 06, 2005  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Not sure whst the hell you're talking about, but it's nice to see your name again.

Rob Lieber

Thursday, December 15, 2005  
Blogger aaron said...


Wow. We met in Bangor and are now reunited through the Bangor Blues! And this comes the same week as contact from another ex-1201er. How the hell are you?

Monday, December 19, 2005  
Blogger Kathleen Callon said...

Happy New Year.

Saturday, December 31, 2005  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Happy New Year, Curran!

I'll give you the brief bio. Married to Jeanie, living in LA at the moment, writing movies. Everything's really good on my end. What's up with you? Who else contacted you from 1201? Where are you, how are you and what are you doing? roblieber@hotmail.com

Saturday, December 31, 2005  
Blogger Sam and Raj said...

hey rob and aaron, it is sameer ! haven't seen you guys forever. awww shucks, i haven't thought about the old days in a long time. too much pain. wonder where tim is, i really do.

Tuesday, January 03, 2006  

Post a Comment

<< Home