[I-M-C] Fwd: Hello

  • From: "Robert S. Berger, Ph.D." <rsb111@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: "met-interactive@xxxxxxxxxxxxx" <met-interactive@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 13 Dec 2011 15:41:30 -0500


You flatter me.  Thank you.  My love of NYC, art and others inform this
fun.  The Artist is really worth seeing.  It was one of the best films I
have seen in recent times.  And the friends I saw it with agreed.  The next
one I want to see is the French one about the wheelchair man and his aide.
 And strangely enough, I want to see the new Mission Impossible.  Go figure.

P.S. it is so much more fun to write email than it is to grade papers.


---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Jane Gold
Date: Tuesday, December 13, 2011
Subject: Hello
To: met-interactive@xxxxxxxxxxxxx

Robert knows how to have fun….
he could write the definitive culture blurb on any blog for fun in our
funtastic city.
I don't get to the movies much…but have put The Artist on my Q.
thanks Robert for the vicarious energetic tour!
love it…
As to Miro's Moonbird….still associating.
On Dec 13, 2011, at 3:06 PM, Robert S. Berger, Ph.D. wrote:

Hi Marilyn,

Yes.  We will turn the announcements listserv into the new interactive
listserv, close the one on GoogleGroups, offer those who do not want to be
on interactive an alternative yahoo groups listserv for announcements and
have a return to a listserv that does what we want and does not do what we
do not want.

The freelists listserv has helped clarify this issue.  Very educational.

As to Fun, your advise will be followed to the letter.  I will be in
Chinatown with friends and family this weekend, and I am planning an outing
with friends and family to visit outdoor, public sculptures in Manhattan,
which is inspired by my seeing the following piece next to the West 58th
street theater at which I saw The Artist, a film I recommend.  The piece:


Seeing that sculpture inspired the following associations: "It is an
amazing sculpture.  "It is baying at the moon, which is such an endearing
homage to our unbridled nature.  And it conveys the hope for a responsive
moon that we know cannot happen.  Bay as we may, the moon stays where it is
and we continue to yearn for it.  Surprising analogy for life?"
The word "bay" is right out of Shakespeare.
http://www.thefreedictionary.com/bay.  I had rather be a dog, and bay the
moon.  It is from Julius Ceasar:

So I will mark your wOrds.  This email allowed me to complete my research
on pieces for this tour.



---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Marilyn Sulzbacker
Date: Tuesday, December 13, 2011
Subject: Hello
To: met-interactive@xxxxxxxxxxxxx

It sounds like we will be switching to yahoo.  When we  send out an
announcement to our members we should probably include what you discovered
about how to backchannel.  I think you should spend some time now doing fun
things.  Thank you for all your hard work

-----Original Message-----
From: Robert S. Berger, Ph.D. <rsb111@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: met-interactive <met-interactive@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Tue, Dec 13, 2011 10:20 am
Subject: [I-M-C] Fwd: Hello

I can always turn this one into the new announcement one for those who do
not want interactive.  To be continued!  Robert

---------- Forwarded message ----------
Date: Tuesday, December 13, 2011
Subject: Hello
To: met-interactive@xxxxxxxxxxxxx

Here, here.

Richard B. Joelson, DSW
110 East 87th Street - Suite 1E
New York, NY 10128
(212) 369-1239
e-mail: RBJoelson@xxxxxxx
please visit:
website: www.richardbjoelsondsw.com
website: www.rbjstorybooksforchildren.com

In a message dated 12/13/2011 9:30:41 A.M. Eastern Standard Time,
lisabet991@xxxxxxx writes:


I think Yahoo is a good enough option and this is too much time for you to
spend, especially given this initial glitch about repying to one person.

Let's be simple and stick

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