"I play my part on my stage. I tell what I can to form the perfect
answer. But that answer cannot come before all are ready to hear.
So I tell what I can to form the perfect answer.
"Sometimes my anger at the fire is evident. Sometimes it is not
anger, really. It may appear as such, but could it be a clue?
The fire I speak of is not a kind fire."
-- Margaret Lanterman, the Log Lady
(Irrelevance cut for brevity -- original article is here)
Date: Mon, 01 Oct 2001 18:23:12 GMT
"Paul Bauer" wrote:
> is the creamed - corn garmonbozia?
Creamed corn was only a symbol for garmonbozia,
which is itself an abstraction of the concept of pain and
suffering as a discrete, unit of transferable property.
Life gives you creamed corn, people give you creamed corn.