Ceding ground to capitalist ideologues, and a warning toanarc hists

Macdonald Stainsby mstainsby at SPAMdojo.tao.ca
Wed Dec 15 02:53:45 MST 1999

"Craven, Jim" <jcraven at clark.edu> said:
> Louis,
> Actually that was Dave Colander who sort of buried himself in his
chair. We
> were having drinks with some people--one was a pompous little junior
hack so
> proud that he was about to be tenured at Columbia even though he
> himself an "institutionalist" and I was going on about my metaphor of
> microeconomics of the singles bar and poor Dave looked like he was in
> because of my obvious lack of "refinement" (I am a
registered "savage" and
> it comes out now and then).
> Actually Michael P was quite gracious and he was also quite obviously
> enamoured with some of the pompous and pretentious shit going on at
> conference.
> Jim C.

You're confusing yourself with the Wilderness Committee Christmas Party
that I had to attend last night.

"so, where were you when you heard that Seattle had broken out into a

Oh Shit, I may have just said too much...

Macdonald Stainsby

check the "ten point platform" of Tao at: http://new.tao.ca

"We believe that socialism is the fairest system and we
are devoting our lives to it, but we have to demonstrate its
viability. It has always been a complex process, even though we
thought it would be easy. We have lived under pressure from the
start, and more so today, but we are not going to give up. That would
be crazy."
-Raul Castro, General of the Cuban Army, 1999.

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