From: "AIRDUCT H. Q."|
Subject: pulp's supremacy unquestioned by airheads
Date: Tue, 21 Nov 2000 22:39:07 -0000
A lunch-hour visit to room 22 today provided us with a glimpse of your
latest edition of pulp... ecstatic to see that your break from GCI has not
affected your output. We didn't get the chance to read the whole issue and
will harass your favourite English teacher and ours until we get a copy of
our own. Of special interest, of course, was your allusion to our own
swill. I agree that some of AIRDUCT's contributors need a good kick in the
posterior from time to time, but don't worry that our paper is even
attempting to be the next pulp. The fact of the matter is that the only
other form of student expression @ GCI right now is the Novae Res which
publishes about twice a year for very obvious reasons, the most notable
being that it's run by the sort of functionally illiterate, terminally happy
freaks of nature about which you so eloquently rant. Thus, we decided that
it was our duty to stir up a little trouble and attempt to rouse the throngs
of apathetic ignoramuses of Glebe. The fact that none of us really have
anything better to do was also a factor... But rest assured that pulp
remains, among every Glebite with a brain and the prospect of a more
illustrious career than that of the average telemarketer, the master of
zines, and Ash & co are the demi-gods of the scathing rant.
Please! Please! Please! make sure that a copy of all future pulp issues
somehow works its way to AIRDUCT HeadQuarters, either through Tangmonkey,
rm. 22, Eeyore, etc... Long live pulp!!!
To: "AIRDUCT H. Q."
Date: Tue, 21 Nov 2000 14:58:32
Subject: Smile if you love Satan!
So, you hackneyed imitators want a little peice of the ol' PULP action, eh?
Well, far be it from me to hold a grudge against you shameful plagarists, so
here's a electo-magnetic copy of the inaugural issue for you to rip-off as
please. Rest assured that each subsequent online edition of PULP will
many more justifiable attacts on your originality, and they're destined to
become even more scathing once I actually read a copy of 'airduct' or
whatever the hell pulp2 is called. But rest assured, evidence or no, I
remain convinced of my opinion about your rag. If you feel the need to
attempt to divest me from my position, please feel free to email an
electronic copy of airduct to this
address, so I can further mock it with my trademark uninformed wit. Until
electronic paths cross again, losers, i remain
Ash Carreau, king of all media and master of its peoples