I met Carrol once for a very long talk at an Astor Place coffee shop. He was a comrade and a teacher; both of those nouns were verbs for our short time together.
He is one of those people I miss in my time away from this list.
Revolutionary greetings for Carrol!
On Thu, Sep 6, 2018 at 1:47 AM Andy <andy274 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Crumbs. He was a memorable one.
> Doug Henwood <dhenwood at panix.com> schrieb am Sa. 11. Aug. 2018 um 15:23:
> > There are still a few subscribers to this list, and given Carrol Cox’s
> > importance to it (he made 11,541 posts!) it seems only right he be
> > memorialized here. I posted this to Facebook a little while ago:
> > "I learned this morning that Carrol Cox <
> > https://www.facebook.com/carrol.cox?fref=mentions> died. We fought a lot
> > over the years—he could be a cantankerous SOB—but I always liked the guy.
> > Smart and principled and unrelenting. One of the stars of my old
> > lbo-talk. It was always a treat when he'd depart from denouncing others'
> > deviationism for a reading of Milton or Pound.
> > We met a few times in person and it was my first and still most extreme
> > example of how a real-life personality can differ from online: he was
> > always friendly, gracious, even giggly in real life.
> > Anyway, RIP, Carrol. I'll miss you."
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> "It's a testament to ketchup that there can be no confusion."