[lit-ideas] Re: fiction or non

  • From: Paul Stone <pas@xxxxxxxx>
  • To: lit-ideas@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Thu, 12 Jan 2006 16:35:21 -0500

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 wasn't at all intended negatively.

Same question as above.

Andy is pretty poke-able. Actually, I think there's a thread on relationships in
here, but maybe not.

I don't know how to respond to this. Here is my [unsent] response to your initial [rethought] response.

> > not that bad, really, no really
> Psst. You. You over there. You don't care how many hearts you break, do

Is that rhetorical?

I mean really. No, really. Not a care in the world.

I think I care. I just don't think I do it.


I believe you mean "scheeeesh"

quibbling and dribbling,

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