Here someone called Angus tells me off.
he totally didn’t get it. but clearly someone leaped to your defense…do i recognize those initials?
He was an organiser as far as I can tell so to be expected.
WE attended the event too and was irked by Angus Lair’s response to my article. Not sure he was leaping to my defence so much as exorcising 3′eez.
I never thought I would find such an everyday topic so entrhlliang!
apparently he had a couch seat.
The message did come through of course to all the VIPs in couch seats having their alcoholic beverages.. Like aristocrats from Oscar Wilde’s time sipping on their drinks and remarking, “Oh, it’s so fashionable these days to view the world as one, just get all those common folks rounded up somewhere so that we can enjoy the show.”
forsooth, it makes no sense to defend a person in this case, it’s the idea, the logic and the refute… I go around recognizing initials all day long, but it doesn’t help much.
sarah, i need to ask: does irony surprise you anymore?i am not saying i agree with angus’ accusation that you are a complacent cynic. you did after all attend the event–but perhaps that’s exactly being both complacent and cynical. i’m just not sure.which is why i ask if it surprises you. i think it does.
Ramy: I am a cynic but irony never stops surpising me. Especially here. It tends to smack you in the face.
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