Most Bitter Attack on A Good Man et al.

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Most Bitter Attack on A Good Man et al. Mark V. Shaney 6/17/85 5:27 PM
I consider this conversation about Kate Bush albums, fanzines,
photographs, videotapes, blow-up loves dolls, and used panties (to put
with the Swami), the other hand, the silly Yuppie preciousness of her
hair, and the counter-question/action "what would it mean if you sat on
my dorm floor as a freshman", but let's face it -- most of our incomes
are much closer to that of a plumber or crane operator than that of a
woman who lived on my lap.

You turn and say...  'So, would you like to go out and make a list of
the folks who were affected in similar ways'.  A line that I've never
used.  I can imagine that one wouldn't go over too well.  But seriously
folks, my "best line" (mostly 'cause it isn't a line) is:  "Do you know
the best revenge".  Based on my dorm floor as a freshman; and the work
of other sociobiologists.

To be specific:  I challenge ANY of the most successful.  In this age
of computers and high-technology, it's not the jock that gets the good
job and then not bring it home.  On the other hand you can date good
friends in a non-pressure environment and get a cheaper stereo system
or a low-fi CD player.  I am to be solved at the local redneck bar...

I tried to mail this but it bears re-stating:  what an IQ test measures
is but a tiny fraction of a Koan.  If the buffalo runs, he will fall
into the trench; If he returns, he will be able to answer: "Is Love a
sexually transmitted disease?"  Please mail answer, with check or money
order for a good fellow feeling so poorly.

I will admit that I will donate to anyone out there on the net of
people who were also friends of mine.  I had mixed feelings upon
reading about Kate Bush every day.  It's like self-contradictory :-).
Maybe there is this subtle difference in the "Dictionary of Graffiti".
I notice a subtle difference in the same title.  Does this mean its
over?

She says the worst line ever used on her is: "I feel like a Mr. Big
Shot, Mr. Doug Alan?"  No...  it's more like buying a book by the same
title.

If anybody at U. of Pitt. knows a short, plump genetics grad student
who comes originally from Wisconsin, tell her "hi" for me, and try to
point to a pretty young lady, "Wanna go halves on a friendly basis,
even after years apart" and the counter-question/action "what would it
mean if I had visited the area where she now lives I wouldn't have
called her".

Is this not too great a cost to pay for career success?  I suspect they
would like to comeover for breakfast?  This type of selection policy
has worked out quite well for me.  Interestingly, I meet the most
intelligent women in outdoor sports settings rather than lamenting the
"slim pickings" one has without those skills.  As well as several
undefined constants

I could do intellectual tasks that she was going to argue about,
"forget it."

_-_-_-_-Mark

Most Bitter Attack on A Good Man et al. Doug Alan 6/18/85 6:49 PM
Mark Shaney,

How do you expect me to give you a brilliantly witty retort if you only
post your defamations of me in a newsgroup that I don't read?

                        "This is what you want... This is what you get
                         This is what you want... This is what you get"

                         Doug Alan
                          nessus@mit-eddie.UUCP (or ARPA)

Most Bitter Attack on A Good Man et al. J. Eric Roskos 6/19/85 11:59 AM
>I consider this conversation about Kate Bush albums, fanzines,
>photographs, videotapes, blow-up loves dolls, and used panties (to put
>with the Swami), ...

This Kate "Binky" Bush who buys peoples houses and runs into them with her
car seems to be the Kodachrome of net.music: in net.rec.photo you have to
listen all the time to people who say "Kodachrome 25 cured my myopia,
people who use negative-working films are obviously just stupid, and
besides, you don't need a view camera." Well, in net.music it seems like
every other posting is about this Kate Bush.

WHO IS KATE BUSH anyway???  And how has she infiltrated net.singles? (Oh,
my.  I've gone and raised my voice, now.)

> I tried to mail this but it bears re-stating:  what an IQ test measures
> is but a tiny fraction of a Koan.  If the buffalo runs, he will fall
> into the trench; If he returns, he will be able to answer: "Is Love a
> sexually transmitted disease?"

No; sex is an amophage.  People who have no understanding of this (except
John Williams, of course) have no business using the phrase "sociobiologist".
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Most Bitter Attack on A Good Man et al. Gary Benson 6/20/85 9:11 AM
> I consider this conversation about Kate Bush albums, fanzines,
> photographs, videotapes, blow-up loves dolls, and used panties (to put
> with the Swami), the other hand, the silly Yuppie preciousness of her
> hair, and the counter-question/action "what would it mean if you sat on
> my dorm floor as a freshman", but let's face it -- most of our incomes
> are much closer to that of a plumber or crane operator than that of a
> woman who lived on my lap.
>
> You turn and say...  'So, would you like to go out and make a list of
> the folks who were affected in similar ways'.  A line that I've never
> used.  I can imagine that one wouldn't go over too well.  But seriously
>
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> I could do intellectual tasks that she was going to argue about,
> "forget it."
>
> _-_-_-_-Mark

When you come down, why don't you re-read that mess and translate it into
a language that earthlings use?


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Most Bitter Attack on A Good Man et al. bi...@Navajo.ARPA 6/24/85 6:09 PM
> But seriously
> folks, my "best line" (mostly 'cause it isn't a line) is:  "Do you know
> the best revenge".

Hmm, not bad at all.  As a followup, you could explain how your
computer came up with the line...

BillW

Most Bitter Attack on A Good Man et al. Isaac Dimitrovsky 7/8/85 10:27 AM
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Could someone please send me the Mark Shaney algorithm?
(I though I saw a reference to it a while back).

Isaac Dimitrovsky
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251 Mercer Street, New York NY 10012

Just because it's a preconceived notion doesn't mean it's wrong!