> I am of course far too nice a person to be banned, Rob.
'Course you are, dave.
But given that you +do+ occasionally post there, if you take Mark's reading,
that puts your head on the line.
Me, the damn list bores me so rigid I don't bother.
Despite my manifold flaws and imperfections, I never +have+ managed to get
myself bounced from a list.
Maybe I ought to make a serious try at joining the Bounced-From-Buffalo
(Oh, history -- to be strictly accurate, Henry wasn't bounced. He was put
on review, and upped stakes and left.
And [does anyone remember this?] the reason Henry left Petc was because Kent
(welcome back, Kent!) got banned.
So maybe now Kent's with us again, somebody could entice Henry back.
> Seriously, what I have noticed on Buffalo of late is that they are having
> this BIG discussion about working-class poets,. Why I notice it is that
> don't seem to have any interest in examples of such actually saying
> on the topic. Talk about disempowerment.
"disempowerment" -- now I +know+ you're practicing for an Open University