Re: P.L.U.R.


Subject: Re: P.L.U.R.
From: Neil Wiernik (naw@techno.ca)
Date: Thu Aug 19 1999 - 11:40:09 EDT


Personally PLUR for me stands for being s follower rather then being a leader.

Neil...

At 08:36 AM 8/19/99 -0700, you wrote:
>
>
>--- a l an b am f o rd <alanb@lavalink.com.au> wrote:
>>
>>
>> gabbling on about Re: Beijing matt was heard to
>> mutter...
>>
>> > P.L.U.R. in '99,
>> > M@
>>
>> the Watson in me couldnt help but note this little
>> clue here.... you into
>> techno?
>
>Ahhh.. P.(eace), L.(ove), U.(nity), R.(espect)...
>
>Y'know.. long before the mainstream acceptance of techno, the Rave
>scene was actually adherent to the above acronym.. (like '89-'93, i'm
>talkin')
>
>Now , of course we have the all-nighter clubs, and Rave "fashion" that
>have all but killed off this sentiment.
>
>Kinda parallels the commodification of the sixties counterculture.. by
>the time everyone knew about it, it was over.
>
>M.(oney) U.(niformity) D.(rugs) A.(pathy)
>seems to describe this world better now...
>
>(still a lot of great music being made, tho!)
>
>M@
>
>
>
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