Lee Love on sun 4 jun 06
On 2006/06/04 21:15:08, lee love (firstname.lastname@example.org) wrote:
> The no bricks and mortar thing is becoming ever more popular. I deal
> with a bank that has no building. It has been working just fine. It's
> a whole new
> way of working.
I agree Tony. I think it is really lame, when someone asks a simple
question and the reply is given, in so many words, "You are stupid for
even thinking about this." Folks like Tony F. are big enough boys to
know why they are asking the questions they ask. It is good to have a
Because my apprenticeship was so traditional, there was very
little "conversation" with the Sensei. No critiques of work.
Something like an online MFA program would have been an ideal
compliment. Maybe with a summer or semester after the apprenticeship
on campus. Best of both worlds!
We can't make judgments like this for others. Not without
knowing a whole lot more.
Good to think outside the box!
Lee In Mashiko, Japan
Vince Pitelka on sun 4 jun 06
> I agree Tony. I think it is really lame, when someone asks a simple
> question and the reply is given, in so many words, "You are stupid for
> even thinking about this." Folks like Tony F. are big enough boys to
> know why they are asking the questions they ask. It is good to have a
> little respect.
My goodness Lee, your arrogance is appalling. Did you read my whole
message? It was written with the greatest respect for Tony Ferguson - for
his work and for all he has accomplished, and the entire point of the
message was to help him get the most out of the graduate experience. You
talk about respect, and to paraphrase what I said as "You are stupid for
even thinking about this" is irresponsible and disrespectful in the extreme.
You really don't have a clue what you are talking about here, do you?
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