Date: Wed 30 Oct 2002 - 22:31:21 GMT
> On Wednesday, October 30, 2002, at 04:09 , firstname.lastname@example.org
> > Sitting is sitting; it is not 'not walking'.
> Sitting with a generally seated group, on a bench, is indeed sitting.
> It is also not walking, standing, running, jogging, ad infinitum.
> Sitting in a church, alone, while the congregation is standing in
> song, (assuming one is capable of standing and singing) is most
> definitely 'not standing'.
> Where and how one behaves _in opposition_ is the behavior we are
> speaking of, because of what one is _not_ doing.
> Sitting is, or is not, 'not walking', dependant upon circumstance.
> Which is more memetic, though?
> - Wade
But you cannot define 'not walking' as a specific performance type, or even a specific performance, because any other behavior, or lack of any behavior at all, qualifies.
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