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i see that appr. 50% haven't written a letter to morrissey. The majority of the other 50% have done so more than just once, with one person even writing a letter every single day, which is amazin, if you think about it. seems that as a morrissey follower/fan you either decide not to write at all or many times, so if you go for it, it's almost never just a one-letter-affair. can this be explained or is this unequal dispersion of votes just a random thing? has addiction or obsession something to do with it?
yeah, times have changed. it's not as risky as it once was, at least not for adults who know the dangers of social media. but i think there has also been a loss of trust in institutions that artists work for, that's why people prefer not to send private letters there.Well I think it has to do with a lot of factors. Age maybe as many people in my generation don’t often or have never written a letter for anything and it’s just an unfamiliar concept. Similar to that I think it also has something g to do with when you became a fan as it just isn’t as much a phenomenon to write fan letters like it was in the sixties and seventies. Now people will try and tweet or post on there facebook page or even an official artist forum etc and hope it gets seen retweeted or replied to
thanks for the link, but did s/he ask morrissey's permission before posting them online?