On Circumstantial Propriety
There is a right thing to do — or, rather, there are appropriate things to be done — but this propriety is immanent to a circumstance. It emerges from amongst all the bodies and parties — people, weather, food, etc — that constitute the always already networked circumstance.
Propriety, then, is not outside the situation but of the situation.
This is the logic — and an odd logic at that — of rhetoric.