[IMC-UK-Features] [FEAT PROPOSAL]: Posts from UK Government Gateways to UK Indymedia
no_body at riseup.net
Thu Jan 27 12:27:57 PST 2011
Please can you explain the use of the phrase "over the line" in the
anti-authoritarian context. Because it (the phrase "over the line")
appears in a 303 post.
Being "over the line" is for example exactly where the corporate
class operate from.
For them there are no lines. How do we free ourselves from lines? How
do we know where the lines are? Who puts the lines there in the first
place? Can we actually see these lines?
Lines and such are an Authoritarian concept.
Jus so I know where you're coming from.
Lots of lovely lovelyness to ya
On 27 Jan 2011, at 19:57, penguin wrote:
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> Some of the comments on this thread are over the line and heading
> towards personal abuse in my view. As a relative newcomer to IMC, it
> kind of makes me want to leave. And makes me very nervous about even
> putting this message on the list.
> It's OK to disagree, but can everyone make sure to do it politely?
> Perhaps I'm missing the tone of comments - but email doesn't really do
> /ducks for cover (actually, goes to pub)
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