Hurrier I Go, Behinder I Get (1)

Annie Armentrout (arabanne@BMTC.MINDSPRING.COM)
Mon, 28 Oct 1996 23:38:38 -0500

>On Fri, 18 Oct 1996, Bob King wrote:
< S N I P >
>> Some of this "play" is not encouraging to me, and I do think it speaks of
>> serious misunderstandings of the situation we're all in (a situation not
>> well described by cereal-box or common sense versions of postmodernism).

And just what situation is it that we're all in? How is it being
misunderstood? And what do you mean 'we'? Moreover, if that situation is
such that it can't be/shouldn't be talked about/explained/debated in clear,
concise and coherent language and have some tie to common sense (which can
be damnably uncommon), then doesn't that exempt a great many of us from
that 'we'?

Just wondering,