Question about Devera

Wed Mar 5 14:50:36 PST 2003

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Andrew Lias [mailto:anrwlias at hotmail.com]
> Sent: Wednesday, March 05, 2003 17:36
> To: warlord at dragon.com; rone at ennui.org; dragaera at dragaera.info
> Subject: RE: Question about Devera
> >From: "Warlord" <warlord at dragon.com>
> >Reply-To: <warlord at dragon.com>
> >To: "circadian rhyme" <rone at ennui.org>,"SKZB List" 
> <dragaera at dragaera.info>
> >Subject: RE: Question about Devera
> >Date: Wed, 5 Mar 2003 17:30:14 -0500
> >
> >Reception is up to the recipient. Creation is the prerogative of the
> >deliverer.
> Balderdash!  Creation may be the perogative of the deliverer, but if the 
> deliverer has any interest in having his creation appreciated, he damned 
> well better take the receiver into consideration, else he might 
> as well be crying poetry to the wind.

So he cares so much about the message that he takes the receiver into
consideration when composing ?  Again, the delivery, while important,
is not AS important as the message itself.


"I am returning this otherwise excellent e-mail to you because someone
 has typed gibberish all in it and added your name at the bottom."