[MA-SOC] Wednesday the 29th (WAS Re: "Permanent Neoteny: Animation And Japanese Empire")

TRAN, Si Bang mstchin at yahoo.com
Fri Oct 24 10:18:58 EDT 2008


	
To:	Anybody, Everybody And Somebody
	
From:	Maikeru
	
Date:	2008 October 24 Friday
	
Subj:	Re: [MA-SOC] Wednesday the 29th
	    (WAS Re: "Permanent Neoteny: Animation
	    And Japanese Empire")
	
  ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
	
Hello Jill:
	
	I will be at work, in the office, until a little after
5:00 PM, so I will not be attending "Permanent Neoteny:
Animation And Japanese Empire".  In addition, I have a
previous and more vital engagement on the evening of October 29
Wednesday.  
	
	Having seen and heard Prof. Thomas LAMARRE present,
previously, and Prof. Lamarre being a disciple of Prof. Harry
HAROOTUNIAN, Prof. Lamarre's presention promises to be highly
theoretical.  So Jill, Prof. Lamarre might have trouble holding
your interests.  
	
	Anyway, if you attend "Permanent Neoteny", please let me
know what Prof. Lamarre says.  
	
				Sincerely,
	
				Maikeru
	
				(^_^)
	
			"Students educate one another,
			with help or sometimes in spite of
			the efforts of their teachers."
	
	
	
	
--- On Wed, 10/22/08, Oneirophile at aol.com <Oneirophile at aol.com> wrote:

> 
> From: Oneirophile at aol.com <Oneirophile at aol.com>
> Subject: [MA-SOC] Wednesday the 29th [WAS Re: "Permanent Neoteny: Animation And Japanese Empire"]
> To: ma-nyc-soc at lists.baka.org
> Date: Wednesday, October 22, 2008, 7:07 PM
> Maikeru-san,
>  
> This sounds great, and the price (gratis) is right for my
> current  financial 
> situation!  I was under the impression that you worked till
> 5  p.m. on 
> weekdays, but if you -- or any of our other MA buddies -- 
> are free that day, would 
> you like to meet at the MoCCA MAD Magazine exhibit  and
> then go to the 5 p.m. 
> lecture from there?
>  
> We could either meet at MoCCA early in the day and go for a
> late lunch in  
> the Village before the lecture, *or* meet at MoCCA later in
> the day, go  
> directly to the lecture, and have a later dinner afterwards
> (assuming the  lecture is 
> less than 2 hours long).
>  
> Are you or anyone else here interested in these two events
> for Wednesday 29  
> October?  What say ye, gang?  (RSVP on or offlist)
>  
> ~ Jill ~
>  
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> In a message dated 10/22/2008 3:53:30 P.M. Eastern Standard
> Time,  
> mstchin at yahoo.com writes:
> 
> To:    Anybody, Everybody And Somebody
> 
> From:    Maikeru
> 
> Date:    2008  October 22 Wednesday
> 
> Subj:    [MA-SOC]  "Permanent Neoteny: Animation
> And Japanese  Empire" 
> 
> ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
> 
> Hello Everyone:
> 
> Some persons, on Metro  Anime's "MA-SOC"
> e-mail
> distribution lists might be interested in the  following
> lecture,
> next week, on October 29 Wednesday, at 5:00 PM.   
> 
> 2008 October 29  Wednesday at 5:00 PM: Lecture:
> "Permanent
> Neoteny: Animation and Japanese Empire".  
> Lecture  presented by Prof. Thomas LAMARRE, Professor at
> the  Department Of East Asian Studies at McGill University.
>  
> Speaker:
> Prof. Thomas LAMARRE, Professor Of  East Asian
> Studies in the Department Of East  Asian Studies
> at McGill University.   
> Sponsors:
> Department Of East  Asian Studies, New York
> University, 715  Broadway, between Waverly Place
> and Washington  Place, Third Floor, in Greenwich
> Village,  Manhattan.  
> Location:
> East Asian Studies Conference Room, Department Of
> East Asian Studies, New York University, room
> 312, 715 Broadway, between Waverly Place and
> Washington Place, in Greenwich
> Village,  Manhattan. 
> Admission:
> Complimentary for most beings.  
> 
> Prof. Lamarre previously presented "Worlds With
> Others:
> Animation And  Perversion" for the Department Of East
> Asian
> Studies at New York  University.  
> 
> Is anyone going to  attend?  
> 
> Sincerely,
> 
> Maikeru
> 
> (^_^)
> 
> "I'm the biggest idealist of them all,
> because I think ideas  matter."
> 
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