[joe-frank-list] Re: joe-frank-list Digest, Vol 23, Issue 3
harold.johnson at gmail.com
Sun May 1 20:01:39 PDT 2005
Apparently this fellow Steve Schneider failed to recognize my humor,
as he's contacted me offlist to chide me about my repartee with Larry.
I won't post his private words here, since that would be
inappropriate - in fact, alot of folks would feel the manner in which
he contacted me was offensive (thought I'm not offended; in fact, I
kind of enjoyed Steve's message in some ways, though in others not so
much. It's difficult to for me to tell how much he's joking/getting
on my case since I'm so hopped up on caffeine).
Then again, perhaps I'm the only one laughing. It's difficult to
tell, as I also had a codeine earlier today, one of those rare treats.
In any case, before receiving Steve's provocative message, I had
already contacted Larry (Mr. Block) to clarify in case I had offended.
I won't speak for Larry, but I don't think he's had enough of me yet,
and I'm guessing he'll stick around.
Maybe it's best we all lay off the substance-abuse references for
awhile. If anyone here needs help, it's me. I've been drinking an
abnormal amount of coffee than usual, and Steve was perceptive in an
earlier post - it's Peet's (though certainly not decaffeinated). I
really have a problem here, folks, so please bear with me. Perhaps
I'll do best to stand back to stand back and watch the action for
awhile, at least until I switch to green tea or something.
So please, continue with the conversation...
On 5/1/05, Harold Johnson <harold.johnson at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hold on, there, Larry - I didn't mention anything about single malts!
> However, I will add this: I don't know what's worse, having to piss
> all day from caffeine or having to puke at least once a day from
> booze. It's all a matter of perspective, vaya con Dios. (My dad's
> name is Harold, by the way, and he's a good fellow, too.)
> On 5/1/05, LBlockD at aol.com <LBlockD at aol.com> wrote:
> > I have been reluctant to enter the fray here, but Harold's little
> > assumptions about me - and Joe's work - has given me pause. This is the
> > first time I've joined a web-chat and perhaps the last; there is such a
> > potential for bullying and bragging. Don't you agree, Harold? As for
> > single-malts and AA meetings, let me say - as Winston Churchill did - that
> > I've gotten a lot more out of scotch than scotch ever got out of me. How
> > ironic: my father was named Harold and it's my son's middle name. Larry
> > Block
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