[bksvol-discuss] Re: Gustavo's comments are understandable by all according to Gustavo

I think he does. I do know he contributes usually
humorous comments here on the list.

Cindy


--- Elizabeth and Burton <thoth93@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
wrote:

> I know.  I did not recognize him as a volunteer. 
> Hope he really does 
> validate or submit.
> 
> E.
> At 02:22 AM 1/4/2007, you wrote:
> >You are right about smirk--it was a poor choice of
> >words, and if Gene had used smile or grin he
> wouldn't
> >have been misunderstood. But I understand that
> >sometimes we can't always think of the right word.
> I
> >misunderstood him, too, at first, because of the
> >smirk, but from what I've known of him based on his
> >previous posts, the cruelty didn't seem to fit him,
> so
> >I decided not to say anaything right away. When he
> >mentioned that he was reacting to what Lissi said
> and
> >about the song, I understood. smile
> >
> >Cindy
> >
> >--- Monica Willyard <plumlipstick@xxxxxxxxxx>
> wrote:
> >
> > > Cindy, thanks for looking up the song.  I'd
> never
> > > heard it and didn't
> > > see the explanation that it was a line from a
> song
> > > before posting
> > > about it.  I get the name GenePoole and see the
> > > irony in it.  It was
> > > the line of the song posted with a smirk that I
> > > couldn't
> > > understand.  It shocked me at first because it
> > > seemed so out of
> > > place.  Though this isn't exactly relevant, I'm
> not
> > > totally sure of
> > > what a smirk is supposed to indicate when
> someone
> > > does it.  In my
> > > mind it is a sort of ssarcastic and gloating
> > > expression, something
> > > negative or with an unkind aspect.  That got me
> > > wondering about
> > > facial expressions in general and made me
> realize
> > > how many of them
> > > aren't real in my imagination because I've never
> > > seen them.  My only
> > > understanding of some expressions is from books,
> > > especially a smirk,
> > > grimmace, scowl, and a crooked smile.  Those
> > > expressions all seem
> > > somewhat unpleasant to me, but I can't rank them
> in
> > > severity or truly
> > > understand their impact.  Ok, enough rambling
> for
> > > tonight.  (smile)
> > >
> > > Monica Willyard
> > >
> > >
> > > At 10:55 PM 1/3/2007, you wrote:
> > > >My understanding is that genepool (get the
> name?)
> > > was
> > > >inspired to write his comment by Lissi's
> comment,
> > > not
> > > >Elizabeth's--Lissi's is like a song he
> > > >remembers--which I vaguely seem to remember,
> too.
> > >
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