[percy-l] Pretense for Diarhoea
juliorivas at gmail.com
Sun Aug 28 11:38:14 EDT 2005
"Un dessein si funeste / S'il n'est digne d'Atree, est digne de Thyeste "
On 8/28/05, hghwy6 at aol.com <hghwy6 at aol.com> wrote:
> Good Lord - thanks for the info! I'd never heard of this New-York Times
> before. Fortuna was really on her game when I signed up for the Walker
> Percy discussion list; otherwise I would have continued blissfully
> unaware of this startling situation in the "Middle-East" (how far is
> that from Peoria?). Keep me posted.
> In the meantime, I'll just check the editorial's conclusion against my
> handy dandy WWWS (What Would Walker Say) Projection Key in order to
> contrive the precise manner in which p. 237, paragraph ii, of Cosmos
> totally validates my totally original insight of the moment on the topic
> of the day (hint: we haven't heard Rove mention Bernard's Star lately).
> Also, though I recognize the dire scarcity of political propaganda these
> days, I was just wondering - hypothetically - how one might unsubscribe
> from a listserve that is filling one's inbox with frequent messages
> entirely off topic. This was probably in the introductory email, but
> one does get a little hasty with the delete button these days.
> Until later,
> John, Your Pacifist Working Boy
> *Bonus factoid: Spell-check replaces "Percy" with "Perky." I think we
> ALL know what that means...turn that practiced scowl upside down people!
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