Obviously you don't know how to read an email thread Carrol. I was
responding to Lukens post, his response to you which you have so
conveniently cross-posted on the Eliot list, not your post. I never for a
moment did I consider you to be the troll in question but thanks for further
muddling things by also posting a response I made to Troy a few days ago as
if I had also sent it to you.
In any case I was defending you. Not addressing you. You fool.
on 2/15/03 6:56 AM, Carrol Cox at [log in to unmask] wrote:
> 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.