There are no facts, only interpretations, and if you comprehend an interpretation to its very depths you're likely to change your mind about it, as I have on occasion on this blog when challenged on one of the metaphors, metonyms and anthroporphisms marching around in the mobile mind army of thoughts and variables I falsely perceive to make up some sort of truth, which you may perceive to be a long-winded preamble to telling you I received an email Wednesday evening from a certain individual I'd described upon very little scrutiny as "amusingly pretentious," in a post of earlier this week. Was it unfair? Why not leave judgment to the herd?
from [Redacted] firstname.lastname@example.org> to email@example.com, date Wed, Apr 9, 2008 at 6:00 PM subject Amusingly pretentious mailed-by gmail.com signed-by gmail.com hide details Apr 9 (2 days ago) Reply
Nice to meet you in NYC last weekend! Just out of curiosity, what did I do
to merit the label "amusingly pretentious"?
Ph.D. Candidate, Harvard University
37 Charles St., Apt. 6B
Boston, MA 02114
"When one rows it is not the rowing which
moves the ship: rowing is only a magical
ceremony by means of which one compels
a demon to move the ship." -Nietzsche
BY THE WAY GUYS, I CHANGED ALL HIS INFORMATION AND EVEN IF I HADN'T I DON'T THINK NIETZSCHE BELIEVED IN MORALS BUT WHATEVS.