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Re: Remembering the previous context

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  • two_owl_night
    Morning, Trinidad. Didn t say ignored, only demurred. I d like to see Jackie and Mel in a face-off, kind of like the old Vidal vs. Buckley free-for-alls. Mary
    Message 1 of 4 , Aug 2, 2006
      Morning, Trinidad.

      Didn't say ignored, only demurred. I'd like to see Jackie and Mel in
      a face-off, kind of like the old Vidal vs. Buckley free-for-alls.


      --- In existlist@yahoogroups.com, "Trinidad Cruz" <cruzprdb@...>
      > I'm not ignoring Bill. It's a complex thing for me to reply to. I'm
      > not entirely sure how I feel about it, only because it is so
      > historical, and has also somewhat incidentally personally affected
      > on occasion when I was growing up. Castro is an anachronism but
      > isn't. There are different interests in play now.I will post
      > eventually, but I will think about it first. They adored him for a
      > O'Reilley has already called for a boycott of Citgo. Who cares. I
      > actually more fascinated with the old school way Jackie Mason
      > Keith Olberman with the neo-con line last night. Keith never even
      > it. He may rethink it tonight. It could be fun then. The truth is,
      > truth is like that, maybe ol' Mel pulled his stunt on purpose.
      > tc
      > --- In existlist@yahoogroups.com, "two_owl_night" <two_owl_night@>
      > wrote:
      > >
      > > Well, Bill, since Trinidad seems to have demurred on your
      deferral, I
      > > read your post as evidence of existential reasoning, and poetry
      > > well! There's history with its programmed responses, and then
      > > a rapidly spinning reality. A couple weeks ago my kids remarked
      > > old he looked, and asked his age. I replied, "Isn't that f*kr
      > > going to die?" Mind you, we're not even remotely Cuban. Surprised
      > > even myself with that from-the-hip response. Sartre & Simone
      > > the man, but the perpetual exodus from the island and influx of
      > > greenbacks proves the failure of communism. I hope his people are
      > > soon liberated. Your creativity is in ascendance, while mine is
      > > diverted to other ventures. Like a Padre spinners, keep jumping
      > > higher than the rest. I'll keep watching. Mary
      > >
      > > --- In existlist@yahoogroups.com, "bhvwd" <v.valleywestdental@>
      > > wrote:
      > > >
      > > > Castro is ill and has relinquished power and I can`t remeber
      how to
      > > > respond. If I respond as I was taught I suppose I should be
      > > I
      > > > mean he was a dirty commie. Then again he had his romantic
      > > > [Che] and he was a good guy of the people. And there are the
      > > barefoot
      > > > doctors and the anti right wing backlash of the peace movement
      > > > exploding cigars and the cessation of cigar smoking and the
      > > wing
      > > > support of big tobbaco and the discovery of oil off the Cuban
      > > coast
      > > > and my dichotomous view of JFK and all those old cars without
      > > > emissions control and the people in Miami dancing in the
      > > and
      > > > the nonexistant cosa nostra planing reoccupation of Havana and
      > > > possibility of a Cuban vacation before I am too old and the
      > > alliance
      > > > with Chaves and all those Citgo stations closing and the
      > > of
      > > > one tied to two centuries of change that now seems most rapid.
      > > > I`ll defer to Trinidad just because he has a more creditable
      > > in
      > > > this situation. I`ll bet he has some mixed feelings and will be
      > > > interested should he show interest. Bill
      > > >
      > >
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