Posted by Lilly from D007012.N1.Vanderbilt.Edu (220.127.116.11) on Saturday, November 30, 2002 at 11:14AM :
In Reply to: Re: No. Lost semantic orientation? posted by pancho from pool0032.cvx20-bradley.dialup.earthlink.net (18.104.22.168) on Saturday, November 30, 2002 at 8:24AM :
: It would seem that, as usual with you, YOU do the humping for both.
xxx How else would we ever get anywhere? Just kidding. :) I was kidding about the humping my leg part...
xxx But I do, actually, want to befriend andreas when andreas is reasonable... same goes for you. I don't care what anyone thinks that says about my character. :P You realize, I don't know andreas & vice versa, so I'm sure there are aspects of andreas' character that are a.) not shown on this board & b.) able to be misconstrued, as we all perceive things through our personal biases. This makes the action of "judging" someone I meet on a board, over email, or even over the phone impossible. Sure, I can judge, but it would be an uninformed judgement. & the desire to know that person better is not motivated by lust, but by my realization that I do not, in fact, know that person so well, & that perhaps that person is taking the form, in my mind, of someone else I may know. I am fleshing out & eliminating ghosts. I am psychoanalysing myself through my reactions to other people. Make sense?
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