For Tibor Benke

John McCreery (JLM@TWICS.COM)
Thu, 5 Oct 1995 14:12:09 +0900

"John knows what he wants to do and does it. He
can't always predict how others might respond, but
we cannot be responsible for everything. I apologize.

Tibor, please, there is nothing to apologize for. Your
"paranoia" strikes me as a healthy response to the
personal situation you have described to us. I admire
immensely your ability to persevere and remain
committed to what you believe. You remind me that
not all of us are caught in the postmodern
predicatment described by Frederic Jameson, with
affect diffused and response reduced to shallow

John McCreery