Subject: [AztlanNet] Re: the Son of Man
Date: Sun, 22 Apr 2001 02:54:17 -0000
From: "michael sedano" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
SO, now that you're in full retreat, you revert
to name calling, you no good son of the llano, Petey Romeo, wherefore art
thou, Sedeno! I accept your concession. And more divagation. You keep wandering
off like that, vato, if it makes you feel good. Bill: Hubris is defined as
"he who would speak for God." It's not humiliation-- though humility
is a good thing -- that emerges from the Sedano - Sedeno dialog (except in
Pete's hand with his strategy of diminution), but truth with a small "u".
It's the U in trUth that coUnts, I always say.
Anyone know my favorite version of the annunciation?
it's a painting by Henry Ossawa Turner, up at the Palace of the Legion of
Honor, or maybe the DeYoung, in 'frisco? A teenaged Mary sits totally bummed
out on her bed, a blazingly shiny light in the corner of her bedroom having
just spilled the bad news. I do believe in the ImmaculateConception, and the
ascencion of Mary to the Right hand of God (or was it the Left?). I love the
smell of a good myth in the morning. It reminds me of... victory.
And besides, ese, that ain't no distortion,
it's called Art, and I don't mean Art Carney, carnal. Is "digital"
supposed to be some species of put-down? I wish i had the skill.