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Who is the someome or someone's deserving of a title "immortalized" anyway? Don't know myself but I do know that just because this is some generic computer keeboard somewhere that it does'nt entitle me or anyone to throwout titles or words claiming an art immortization glued to a name because of how many times I've logged on to somebody's site. Think! This is RELIGIOUS! The only religion 99% of you know! This painter, Revel has put out some of his blood on a piece of canvas! Forget about style and forget about tradition.Does it twiddle your toes? If it takes you off guard then say it! Don't give a normal artsy pompous response...
11-22-2000, 10:49 PM
Don't want to offend you. I just see things a little different. Seems you're making something "heavy" out of a simple designation. I don't think the titles for number of postings are meant to be taken literally. We are each unique and you are certainly free to have your own opinions. Life might be more enjoyable if you would lighten up a bit. Religion (by my thoughts only) is a word that within itself has many meanings. In the sense of deep personal beliefs, my goal in that direction is still to learn to love less critically, more truely,compassionately, less judgementally. With care,regret and concern for your disterbance, Sue
11-22-2000, 11:33 PM
Have you never heard of having fun?
Sue, thank you for those words. They speak succinctly my own thoughts on this thread.
I believe this post should be moved to the cafe or better still debate.
[This message has been edited by sassybird (edited November 22, 2000).]
11-23-2000, 06:26 AM
I can't speak for everyone here but only for myself and I do happen to be immortal. I believe you owe me an apology...
11-23-2000, 06:49 AM
First, lighten up. You apparently have way to much time on your hands. Frankly, if this is the biggest concern in your life, let's trade.
The gold stars that folks earn here will soon be redeemable in our online art supply store - and I assure you that it has nothing to do with religion.
Secondly, the "designations" as you so aptly called them are used to denote those who have "tenure" in our community. If you don't like it, adios.
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