"There is always a philosophy for lack of courage."—Albert Camus

Friday, April 15, 2005

Dialogue and Perspective

Just to clarify, it's not as if we held an editorial board meeting to determine what comments would stay or go. Standard rules of engagement apply. I wouldn't remove any comments that make a substantive point unless they go off into utter obscenity or completely unedifying villification.

Tlaloc enjoys being a gadfly. I imagine that any readers digging his comments are probably busily scanning the Democratic Underground. I'm still waiting for Tlalocblog so we can get a more full perspective on our resident critic's thoughts and dreams.

4 comments:

Tlaloc said...

"Tlaloc enjoys being a gadfly."

I enjoy talking to people from a variety of perspectives. No doubt some of them dislike talking to me, so in that sense you may be right. It's not the act of annoyance however I enjoy so much as learning and teaching.


"I'm still waiting for Tlalocblog so we can get a more full perspective on our resident critic's thoughts and dreams."

I posted the URl previously but so that you don't have to hunt for it here it is again:

tlaloc.gnn.tv

Hunter Baker said...

Okay, I checked it out. It's a total mess, but not technologically unskilled. Perfectly fitting for an avowed anarchist. The other Reform Clubbers should be happy with your presence. G.K. Chesterton wrote about anarchists quite a lot.

Tlaloc said...

"It's a total mess, but not technologically unskilled."

I didn't make the site format, if that's what you mean, so I take no credit or blame for that aspect. I did write the blog entries.

Tlaloc said...

"The other Reform Clubbers should be happy with your presence."

Can I quote you on that? :)