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"Stand By Me"

Hello again and welcome to JABB 45! In case you haven't noticed the past two issues have been mostly written by various JABB members. This issue is no exception! With graduation just around the corner the past few weeks have been very hectic for Audrey and I and we have been very grateful for all the submissions from various members. Thanks for your help and wonderful work!


Midi-haters and lovers: The JABB newsletter archives will soon allow you to listen to the attached midi as many times as you want or not at all! A small link at the top of the newsletter will allow you to access the music.


Attention all authors and readers! The owners of the TBAA Creative Connection need your help! Have you written a TBAA-related story? Or a poem? Or have you artists out there done any artwork of TBAA characters or themes? We want them! We want them all!

Our web site is trying to live up to its name of a Creative Connection -- we want to bring writers and readers together by having as much content as possible in one location. We never steal, however. All content remains the property of its creator, and can be removed from the Connection at any time upon your request. Credit is always directed back to the creator along with a feedback link so others can let you know how they liked it.

Check us out at [Update: The address originally given no longer works.  If you're looking for fanfic, try or the official TBAA page] and if you like what you see, why not submit something to our site? Or, e-mail your submission directly to [Email doesn't work either]!

See you on the Connection!



Congratulations to the members of the JABB YahooGroup! One year old this month and still going strong! We'd love to have you join us! Just email Jenni for more info!

Interview with Andrew

Just this morning when I went to fetch the newspaper, who did I see if not Andrew. He was walking along the road looking a little bit lost. Here is what happened.

M (me). Are you really Andrew?

A. Yes, I am, how come you recognize me?

M. I'm a huge fan of TBAA, I can't believe that you look just like you do on telly.

A. Yes, CBS has done a great job to find lookalike actors, and John is doing a great job impersonating me. But I thought TBAA wasn't broadcast here in Sweden.

M. No it isn't, but it is in Norway, and as you can see we have a satellite dish on the house. You have probably stumbled on your only fan in Sweden. By the way, is it just my imagination or are you lost?

A. No, I'm lost all right. Monica insisted on giving me my directions this time. But hey, God can turn anything into some good, and here I am bumping into the one person in this country who knows who I am.

M. Yes, would you like some breakfast? I was just about to make myself some.

A. Yes please, if it doesn't bother you to have breakfast with an Angel of Death.

M. Oh, come on, I'm a big fan of yours, of course not. Did you know, by the way, that some of your fans think that you lack personality.

A. Yes, I've heard. But I'm an angel. I know that people compare me with Tess and Monica on the show, but the scriptwriters have added some human aspects to them. To make them easier to identify with, I suppose. But come on, angels aren't supposed to covet things. True, Tess does have an attitude, but Monica is far from being as naive and lachrymose as the scriptwriters have made her out to be.

M. You don't mind that humans have made a TV show out of you and your friends?

A. No, not at all. It's a good thing. It's a great way to spread God's message to a lot of people. It has even made my job a little bit easier. When the dying person sees me, I'm recognized and that makes things a whole lot easier.

M. I'm really glad that Monica misdirected you. This will be a morning I will remember for the rest of my life - you wouldn't happen to know just how long that will be do you?

A. (laughing) No I don't, and now I have to move on to the place I was supposed to go to, but you know we'll see each other again one day. Thanks for the breakfast.

With that Andrew disappeared from my view, but the warm glowing feeling of love that surrounded him lingered on.

Signed: Anna from Sweden

Top Ten Reason's Andrew would Make a Good Father

10. He loves kids

9. You'll never fear Death again!

8. He's got great friends

7. He's got the Ultimate connection!

6. He's got great jeans! I mean, genes.....

5. The family would always be financially secure. The guy's been a doctor, teacher, government official, etc. He'd never have to worry about having a good paying job!

4. Some people say men often replicate their fathers' actions when they become fathers and Andrew has one Amazing Father.

3. If Andrew's kids get picked on by bullies all he has to do is start glowing and the bullies will never touch the kid again.

2. He's certainly had a lot of practice caring for kids the last couple seasons.

1. Kids need help with homework? According to "Crisis of Faith" Andrew is good with the "new math." History? Forget history books! Andrew's witnessed a lot of it!


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