Aaron B. Cox, in his inimitable style, shot off his mouth and got slapped down for it, just like old times. Maybe Christian hasn't quite divorced. Himself from Aaron. After all. Birds. Of a feather. Flock together.


Christian Y. Cardall said... @ January 30, 2006 at 1:28 PM

As Anna Karenina insightfully noted, Levin and Vronsky actually have more in common than the casual observer would guess---more than either does with Karenin and Arkadyich (sp?), for example. Perhaps in similarly roundabout but important ways this is true of Aaron and me too. (I did note some trivial similarities in my Banner confession.)

BTW, I expect we haven't heard the last from Aaron yet. I'm sure you can hardly wait!

Snarkimus Prime said... @ January 31, 2006 at 7:47 AM

Oh, CYC, you are so smart, reading all this Bulgarian fictionesque stuff. I bet you read almost as many books as DMI Dave, don't you? Do tell.

You are so right, we can hardly wait for Blather of Heathens to come back from the dead and horrify the Nacle with their zombie shenanigans. Please do hurry.

Christian Y. Cardall said... @ January 31, 2006 at 1:11 PM

Well, it's obvious I'm not that smart, since I committed the gaffe of inconsistently using the Russian patronymic for only one of the characters I mentioned and not the others (sigh). It's just as well, though, as I also have a poor memory for names---I can't even remember dear Stepan's family name, which is what I suppose led me to the gaffe in the first place.

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