Re: Reply to John Pastore

John Pastore (venture@CANCUN.RCE.COM.MX)
Wed, 17 Apr 1996 14:28:16 +0000

On 17 Apr 96 at 10:04, Richard G. Calo wrote:

> > That 'Pastore' post describes unravelling not just one thread, but
> > several - intertwined, after a big-ball banged. The unraveling
> > was more like "deprocess/progress" than "process/progress.
> I am aware of that. I was refering to the part where you wrote that
> "sci.archeology.moderated and some mailing lists are simply becoming
> what their moderators want them to be, and not the participants or
> the list memberships," or "Not only does at least three moderators
> there have a hard-core record of dictating what itis that does not
> 'challenge the authority of scholarship,' but, at least one, would
> be voted as theleast nicely coiner of phrasers of communications yet
> on the internet." To me, these individuals' actions seemed like a
> pretty good description of the attempt to arrive at one solitary,
> monolithic "thread." Conversely, unraveling this thread, is already
> a raveling in another direction, or of another thread.

Hi Richard,

You're right. As soon as I sent the e-mail, I realized that I had
been looking at it from my point of view. It also came to mind what
Kasspe once said: "If you think the problem is bad now, wait until
we've solved it!"

Ka Xiik Keech Ya Utzil,

John Pastore
Writer/Guide in 'El Mayab'
("The Mayan Homeland")