Date: Thu 07 Mar 1996 - 07:32:18 PST
> Gerard Langley of them Aeroplanes once turned around to us,
> in the kind of fit of artistic pique that he alone can accomplish, and muttered, "I
> bet that Mark E. Smith doesn't even know what a trope is." "Damn right,"we
> responded, "But he does know what an A major looks like."
Wouldn't even be sure of that, given Smithy's recent state. Scanlon knows what an A major looks like. And Karl Burns knows what John Major looks like. That's why he's back in the band.
Smith might undrestand better if it were referred to as a "Trope-uh."
And did you know that the adjective meaning "of or pertaining to a trope" is "tropical"?
-- Rick G. Karr NPR Chicago +1 (312) 516-3367 The Communications Decency Act (S.652 (Sec 502)) amending 47 USC 223(d)(1)(B) is offensive to _my_ standards.Received on Thu Mar 7 16:34:48 1996