Dialogue is a one-word oxymoron
Original post made by Vince Kreigher on Sep 22, 2008
You have to love the concept of Dialogue after its absence for more than 7 years in the Alamo region. Dialogue ended in June 2000 in our region and has never been heard again among Alamo community groups and our neighborhoods.
So, Ron, now we are to have dialogue between AIM, as a minority of voters in our region, and opponents, as a minority of voters in our region, and the majority of neighbors that support a defined incorporation will not be addressed.
Ron, that is suitable fodder for your pretense of contempt and clever oxymorons.
Make us smile, Ron,
Vince, away in Morro Bay
*As a CDSI courtesy*
on Sep 22, 2008 at 11:10 pm
*****, you're on Candid Camera.
on Sep 23, 2008 at 3:55 pm
Now that is meaningful exchange concerning Dialogue. Our friends, Vince and Ron, have illustrated dialogue is the absence of communication. We will let such truths to be self-evident.
AS if I were Ben, frankly,
on Sep 23, 2008 at 4:31 pm
Sorry, Dolores, I couldn't resist!
All things Alamo & Pop(u)lar responses define Dialogue for your readers' laughing and dancing pleasure:
#1 - Dialogue is an upscale bulk mail catalogue for coffins.
#2 - Dialogue is conversation that dies from lack of content.
#3 - Dialogue is instructions for how to Dial a person named Ogue.
#4 - Dialogue is TWO alogues or possibly a half of one.
#5 - Dialogue is TWO monologues, but not as funny.
Oh, Hal, the Devil you say!