[lit-ideas] Re: fiction or non

> [Original Message]
> From: Paul Stone <pas@xxxxxxxx>
> To: <lit-ideas@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Date: 1/12/2006 4:35:39 PM
> Subject: [lit-ideas] Re: fiction or non
>
> At 04:26 PM 1/12/2006, you wrote:
> >I  rethought this after I sent it (I know, so what is new?).  When I
first
> >read Paul's "really, no really" I thought he was poking fun at Andy, so
> >Andy kind of tickled him back.
>
> In one way, I was -- of course. It's a direct quote. In another, I was 
> alluding to the typical "denial" of which I will be accused.
>
> >But in re-reading this I thought maybe it could be misconstrued.
>
> To what does the pronoun "it" refer in this sentence?
>


"It" is my little attempt at humor.  Sometimes things are funny to me that
others don't get.  


> >It wasn't at all intended negatively.
>
> Same question as above.
>


Everything's fine then.  I'm glad.



> > >
> > > Psst. You. You over there. You don't care how many hearts you break,
do
> >you.
>
> Is that rhetorical?
>


Yes, of course.  Andy has this weird sense of humor sometimes.  Don't ask.



> >I mean really.  No,  really.  Not a care in the world.
>
> I think I care. I just don't think I do it.
>


I agree.  


> >Sheesh.
>
> I believe you mean "scheeeesh"
>


Or Cheech and Chong.  Like hey man, it's like ...


> quibbling and dribbling,


More dribbling than quibbling,
Andy



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