Comments on "Geek Social Fallacy Addendum" - Faerye Net 2009-01-22T11:38:45+00:00 I like it all! 2009-01-22T11:38:45+00:00 2009-01-22T11:38:45+00:00 <p>You know, really, I just like Eliot, even as much as I like the fact that he didn&rsquo;t write everything down with a diamond flair the first time through &ndash; he had to have help and revise!<br /> Four quartets is more formally interesting, the Waste Land is a great display of fragment and collage.</p> Jeannine re: geek friend disagreements 2009-01-20T21:21:03+00:00 2009-01-20T21:21:03+00:00 <p>I think I have FINALLY figured out from whence this whole Eliot discussion springs. I was confused, because I only recently (October) started reading the <em>Wasteland</em>, and haven&rsquo;t (November) finished. I think it came from you not liking <em>Four Quartets</em>? Well, so far, Pound or no Pound, I am not liking <em>Wasteland</em> as much as <em>Four Quartets</em>. So are we still friends? :P</p> Felicity geek friend disagreements 2009-01-03T18:58:24+00:00 2009-01-03T18:58:24+00:00 <p>Part of me just doesn&rsquo;t believe a REAL friend would disagree with me about Star Wars, Buffy, or any other VIP art work. Sometimes I try to argue people into my opinions. Which rarely works.</p> <p>And PS: Get the copy of the original fascimile of The Waste Land, and behold Pound (and Vivian&rsquo;s) notes upon Eliot&rsquo;s lame, lame first draft. I have it! Read it and weep, O non-believer in Pound&rsquo;s editorial skills :)</p> Jeannine