From: John Young <jya@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sun, 25 Dec 1994 11:05:53 -0500
Responding to FOP msg by sp43@xxxxxxxxxxxx (Stephen Perrella)
on Sat, 24 Dec 8:33 PM
>looking forward to your future groundlessness...
Yes, yes, yes, Stephen, the world of word architecture will fly
higher and higher flake-immortally.
Yes, the fake, the fiction, the fiction-of-philosophy, we are
home comfy here together. Welcome to foot-in-mouth heaven,
haven for ex-archies, ex-philosophies, ex-eccos and
double-croissants and douceing-blatherers and scribbling
brack-babblers. Thinning fine thinkers at the rend of their
rope rodeo-tricks, blare-back writers, duce-ex-machinations,
deloozers-doubting their Toe-mastic mon-aspic wisdom toothings.
Bottomless grounds and topless futures. Anarchy of fauxism,
you got it just far right, funny fictional illiterature in lieu
of serio-etheral anarchitectural fame.
Still, I like your vociferous fiction-fun-filled defense de
fume cloud 9. That's the FOP faux spirit I adore. If we can
learn to get unserious here maybe there's joy to come for the
A supine side note that hard-core architecture speaks best for
itself, no lingual dongle derring-do needed by literature,
philosophy, or what-not-self-shelves. Hope that's not
unpleasant news for the textual flackers and savers, for we
untutored louts do appreciate the haute PR.
Lots of hard-core work in NYC for this 27-year-overworked boy,
that's the sorry spew of this post-68 demythifier when off this
fun-filled list. And, pulling ahead every day, or falling back
philosophically if you prefer, with a highly productive
discourse with the public (and thank goodness no media needed
I regret that like you, like a fair number of international
archi-fast-pacers, Dean Bernard was shocked to hear that Avery
complex was unsafe, the forbidden phase unspoken in Avery's
grammatically-suave School of Architecture. I could see why
from the terrifying evidence to which he was politically blind
but educationally responsible. It's a pitiful disease of the
Well, we will certainly get a word-filler-up here if our kind
co-posters will take pity.