[CR]re: mojo

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From: "C. Andrews" <chasds@mindspring.com>
To: <classicrendezvous@bikelist.org>
Date: Sat, 29 Jun 2002 09:57:30 -0700
Subject: [CR]re: mojo

Given that mojo is entirely subjective (pace Mr. Smith
> )...I can think of one example distinguishing mojo from mystique...but given that one man's mojo is, no doubt, another man's mystique, one could just as easily reverse these...on reflection, Chuck, you're probably right, they're probably more-or-less the same thing...mojo has a strong sexual connotation that mystique does not--but hey, that's just me.

And if this was simply a sly troll, ya got me. ;>

Carlos Santana has mojo David Bowie has mystique

Seems like splitting hairs to me. Either a person has it, or they don't, whatever it is. The flavor may be less relevant. Although, on the other hand, people have been slaughtering each other for millenia over differences in the flavor of Mojo (Jesus and Muhammed come to mind)--what have we been nattering about here, if not about flavors of mojo?

Classic content: I'm guessing---purely a guess now---that Jesus would have ridden an early 60s Paramount with Campagnolo and Weinmann stuff, while Muhammed would have preferred an early 70s Colnago Super Pantografata.

Charles "it's a joke! (not a great joke, but, still, a joke,
ok?)" Andrews