Re: a master work

From: Cecilia Baader <>
Date: Fri Feb 21 2003 - 05:13:49 EST

--- Aaron Sommers <> wrote:
> Mr. Bowman wrote:
> No one can truly claim
> >> the title Salingerista who has not first absorbed all the lessons
> >> & nuances of Hapworth.
> Hear, here. Moreover, without absorbing the priceless story "Hapworth 16
> 1924" no one can even strive towards claiming the specious title of
> Salingerista.

All I have to say is you are bad, bad men.

Of course, these are titles that you may have been shooting for all of you
lives, but.

It is the middle of the night on a Thursday, and I feel certain that our
J.D. buddy boy wouldn't be approving of this, my state.

And then, it occurs to me that the only state in which I feel able to
answser these answer is that in which one of us (namely, me) isn't in full
posession of my faculties.

And then, it occurs to me that I'm tired of knowing what I'm doing.

A couple of weeks ago, I was going to reply to a message that I felt had a
slightly misogynistic bent, but I find that I can't find it in me to care.

Okay, insanely misogynistic.

It had something to do with Salinger, whom I feel certain likes women so
little that he cannot portray accurately.

But then, maybe I'm just hiccuping.

I need sleep. The rest of you should be ashamed for reading this all the
way to its completion.

And good night.


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