Fibes 
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Re: “City Paper's new arts editor debuts

One day, in the very near future, some of you will understand. Until then, goodnight.

Posted by Fibes on September 28, 2007 at 4:35 PM

Re: “City Paper's new arts editor debuts

Stef, Raising hackles is for the informed, what we have here is not a snarky worldly critic but instead a speculative journalist who writes in a Lester Bangs fashion without the sense of humor. I look forward to your learning this for yourself without having to delve into the details which would not be illusrative of sour grapes, just plain poodle play. I can't wait to see how it all shakes down when he posts bootlegs of your fine arts festival (that starts with an S) made from his cell phone of major recording artists on his blog. To "not bow down" to mediocrity is one thing but to never witness it and speculate on it in print, without any knowledge of it, is another ride Charleston should expect. So, in the short term it may seem a smart move to badmouth a city constantly posited as a "competitior" of yours in all manner of things (including half rubber) but as we all know time reveals all truth.

Posted by Fibes on September 26, 2007 at 11:45 PM

Re: “City Paper's new arts editor debuts

When I heard that John was leaving The Savannah Morning News for The City Paper my response was: Awesome! It was an atypical reaction from me and those who know me know full well I do not excite easily. The realization that we will no longer have to read (or ignore) his whiney, starstruck, vapid missives almost put me into a state of shock. There's no need to go into detail, you will all know soon enough and rest assured he will leave your fair city just as he left ours; bitter, mis-informed and with a trail of local artists ignored during his tenure because John needed to speak to a marginal national artist to pad his resume.

Posted by Fibes on September 26, 2007 at 11:28 AM
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