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Date: Tue, 21 Jan 2003 01:46:50 GMT
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On Tue, 21 Jan 2003 10:18:38 +1100, "Phil Allison"
> ** Oh, so there is an *initiation* ceremony - at midnight ? During a
>black mass ?
No, and your allusions are contrived to be disparaging and
misleading. The initiation is usually (at least in my case) an
epiphany which precedes and guides a lifetime of work.
> ** They are examples consistant with a common observation made about
>mysterious technical things ie " that is a black art".
> To say they are examples of "black art" has an entirely different
>connotation - similar to black humour for instance.
No. I suspect you may have missed it, but the leading "b" in 'black
arts' isn't usually capitalized unless it refers to the art of Black
people. Black humor and the black arts are completely different
things, even though they seem to have a common denominator, life.
Black humor seems to be geared to the perpetuation of life and black
humor seems to geared to the eventuality of death.
> ** Then you agree with my remark.
> For many of us audio was a steppingstone; for others the final destination,
> ** Glad you did not say "backwater" or "blackwater".
Is that a musical refernce of some kind?
Whether or not you're glad about what I said or did not say, your
opinions, so far, seem to be unimportant and ignorant and emanate
from "tragedies" you experienced during your childhood.
You must have been fucked by your dad, huh?
OK, so you liked the way his dick felt in your ass, since he
convinced you that he loved you and was showing you the right way to
act, according to him.
Hmmm. I could be wrong, but...
> ** The term "audio" covers a broad church - there is a mile wide gulf
>between professional audio including live entertainment electronics ( my
>area) and so called "high-end" hi-fi which is a business infested with
So, you're a wannabe roadie, no matter how hard you protest, and no
matter how hard you try to divorce yourself from the music, 1,4,5
Get yourself a grapefruit.