Re: gussing and authoity

You know, Michael, when I first saw this, I was gonna chew you a new one.
But you know, you've got a point.  I asked myself WHY I wanted to chew you
out.  It was because you challenged my authority.  And yes it's usually like
a car alarm, going off at 3AM and waking up everyone except the owner.  But
I like that they're spending tax money on violence.  They're expensive, and
I think that anyone who wants to learn should be entitled to one.  I also
think they should spend tax money on violas, cellos, and of course free

You taught me a lesson.  Do you know what I'm gonna do next time someone
Gusses me?  Yup - I'm gonna drop the hatchet on 'em.  'Cause I STILL don't
like it, and now I know that they're really challenging my power and
authority, too.

Now folks, before you flame me, too, didn't you notice the last comment he

> (insert lots of smiley icons here)

(it's just a joke :-)

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On Friday, September 26, 2003 8:13 AM [GMT-7=PDT],Michael Carreira
<michaelcarreira@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> the real reason you all dont like gussing so much:
> (other then it just being annoying, but almost
> everything is annoying like car alarms, fluorescent
> lights, our taxes being spent on violence, etc. but we
> have gotten used to those things)
> gussing is a real challenge to the fundamental
> principals of art: power and authority. when someone
> dosen't accept the artist's creative authority then
> the norms of behavior become irrelevant. if we can't
> respect each other enough to control our car alarms
> why should we let etiquette silence us in the face of
> those with creative power over us?
> the word itself is just a tool to humiliate and
> silence those who might stand up and challenge your
> authority.
> (insert lots of smiley icons here)
> best
> mike c
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