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Thursday, April 14, 2005
Using Song Lyrics To Express My Mood
How I'm seeing most on-line conversations going lately:
Alas, alas for you Lawyers and pharisees Hypocrits that you are Sure that the kingdom of Heaven awaits you You will not venture half so far Other men who might enter the gates you Keep from passing through! Drag them down with you! You snakes, you viper's brood You cannot escape being Devil's food! --Stephen Scwartz, "Alas for You," Godspell
A philosophy I wouldn't at all encourage in real life, but think most on-line conversations could benefit from:
Let's all be Empiricists Victors of the brain Through our wit and brilliance We can know the world again We'll classify and label Find the answers out A culture of certainty will banish every doubt. --John Greyson and Glenn Schellenberg, "Culture of Certainty," Zero Patience.
The position I feel like I have to end up taking in most on-line conversations:
You're so nice. You're not good, You're not bad, You're just nice. I'm not good, I'm not nice, I'm just right. I'm the Witch. You're the world. --Stephen Sondheim, "The Last Midnight," Into the Woods
The tactic I really should learn to take when dealing with on-line conversations:
And any questions you might have about the way I run this place Don't grip and whine behind my back Just tell me face to face, I'm open-minded, say it all Then go upstairs and pack, the door's that way --Carol Hall, "A Little Bitty Pissant Country Place," The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas.