Francis Gavin wrote:
> You copied that straight out of your little online ency-crow-peeja. Didn't you Brennen. Or should I say Wei. Or how about just plain Troll.
From a post this morning on the e-pound list I gather that Francis Gavin
believes that I am Kate and that both of us are in fact a web site on
cox cable or something like that. I've posted a reply on the e-pound
Brennen is a poster on the e-pound list.
Wei is a mysterious poster there from a year or so ago who attacked
pound extensively. Apparently Francis thinks Brennen is Wei, that both
are Kate, and that (perhaps? or definitely?) all three are also Cox????
Cox is a not uncommon surname. I believe one (wealthy) Cox is a Nixon
son-in-law. I once got mail intended for a Carrol B. Cox who was
apparently a Conrad scholar. (The only male "Carrol" I've encountered
whose name, like mine, is spelled with a single L.)
When Brennen's post appeared on epound-l I ignored the URL, and only now
noticed that it pointed to "members.cox.net," so perhaps Gavin's error
is explicable, but he should have done a little checking.
Subject: Re: laureates against the war
Date: Sat, 15 Feb 2003 02:50:26 -0800
From: Francis Gavin <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To: - Ezra Pound discussion list of the University of
Maine <[log in to unmask]>
To: [log in to unmask]
Bull. You've been doing what you always do whenever you reappear on this
list--dropping little homemade fireworks, weeping crocodile tears and
simpering ad nauseam. So warm, so human. So melodramatic. So fake.
The same thing you do on other lists where you appear both under male
female personae. Somewhat disingenuous of you to adopt one position one
and the opposing the next while claiming to hew to both. Only somewhat
because you do it every time.
And since you have a web site on cox cable, why don't you use your cox
instead of the anonymous hotmail. Oh wait. Is it because you don't want
anyone to know who you are? No flames please? Oh please don' t'row me in
briar patch brer fox!! Troll on, Kate.
on 2/14/03 9:20 AM, Brennen Lukas at [log in to unmask] wrote:
> I don't know whether to laugh or cry.
> It might surprise you to know that I'm as much against the Bush crusade
> against Iraq as most of you fine folks - and for the same reasons.
> I post these words for thinking and discussion. No flames please.
> Brennen Lukas
>> I remember back in the 1940s when even in high school classes a frequent
>> topic of conversation was "What were the Good Germans doing?" Brennen,
>> you are a good German.