RE: In and Out of the Studio/ Dedans et Dehors du Studio, in search of Women sound Producers


Subject: RE: In and Out of the Studio/ Dedans et Dehors du Studio, in search of Women sound Producers
From: Philip Karneef (p_karnee@alcor.concordia.ca)
Date: Sun Sep 19 2004 - 15:35:59 EDT


Oh, john, we're all squirming with delight. Congratulations.
 

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From: owner-cec-conference@concordia.ca
[mailto:owner-cec-conference@concordia.ca] On Behalf Of John Kamevaar
Sent: Sunday, September 19, 2004 4:18 PM
To: cec-conference@concordia.ca
Subject: Re: In and Out of the Studio/ Dedans et Dehors du Studio, in
search of Women sound Producers

If I were an academician I would find some interest in the association
between the apostraphe and excrement, or syntax and expurgation in
general, in this' parti'cula'r instance" --....theres a dif/ference
between the world as a tooooootaaalllitttyy, a collective versu's a
singularity in a possessive mode. Kinda reverse Oedipus' complex, but
I'''m Shure that the womwen of
sound''' donut all where Fraudian slips'.

anyato@gmx.net wrote:

Maybe all this commentary will help remind the guy who made that comment
to keep his random snide sarcasm to himself... since it obviously has
some negative effect on the world around him...

On Fri, 17 Sep 2004 23:22:14 -0400, n_kondon@alcor.concordia.ca wrote:
> I believe Dr. Andrea McCartney has already done her master's thesis,
and I
> doubt she included the apostrophe. But if the apostrophe was indeed
there, then
>
> it's a good thing Philip Karneef was there to catch that spelling
error before
> even more people saw it.
>
> smells clean to me... (no shitting sensed)
>
> Thats just my iponion.



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