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Subject: Re: Albert Innaurato--Purity of Heart
From: "Max D. Winter" <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:Max D. Winter
Date:Wed, 18 Oct 2017 17:35:24 -0400

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Scott Grunow wrote:

"...jargon-ridden pretentious Joseph Kerman wannabes..."

That pretty accurately describes Eric, a/k/a Genevieve Castle Room.  I have encountered 
him on a couple of opera websites and he is a pretentious, preening, pseudo-intellectual 
bore whose favorite pastime is trying (unsuccessfully) to impress other people with what 
excellent musical taste he has and how much he knows.  

Many of us have known for a long time what a tedious pseud Eric is.  But we now know that 
in addition, he apparently doesn't have much class.  What kind of no-life jerk would devote 
that much gassy prose to putting down what was clearly an emotional, heart-felt tribute to 
a recently deceased friend?  Does GCR prowl the obituary pages, correcting what he sees as 
erroneous reasoning in the eulogies?

Perhaps Eric is suffering from a touch of Albert Envy: say what you will about Albert 
Innaurato, he was never dull.  He also had no patience with or respect for Genevieve Castle 
Room's flatulent effusions and said so on a number of occasions.  ("Fraud," "moronic" and 
"needs to learn to read music" were some of the kinder words AI used about GCR.)  Perhaps 
that explains GCR's tasteless attack on Mr. Rishoi's tribute.    


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