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Subject: Re: Reality job offer
e Olivier.b
<club_cuisine@yahoo.fr>
13 Feb 2003 16:02:49
     
e CO10PI
<patata10@arquired.es>
13 Feb 2003 14:02:15
Subject: Farewell
     
Subject: Re: Reality job offer
e Olivier.b
<club_cuisine@yahoo.fr>
10 Feb 2003 19:02:58
     
e Tessa James
<tessajames@hotmail.com>
10 Feb 2003 13:02:27
Subject: Re: Reality
Sure, send me your real address then.



>From: David Still
>Hello Tessa,
> I must apologize for the staff answering your mail. They're afraid of me falling behind in the posts and play "catch-up" many days.
> This person is sincere in his quest for friendship. I'm not playing games with you!
> Sincerely, "G"
> PS: David is an alias.
     
Subject: Re: hi from david



go to hell - cocksucker



On Wednesday, February 5, 2003, at 04:40 PM, David Still wrote:
> i like you!
e Ariel Churi
<ac1065@nyu.edu>
5 Feb 2003 22:02:26
     
e 
<jstern@stuffmagazine.com>
4 Feb 2003 16:02:14
Subject: RE: Stuff cares
I was hoping that we could schedule a time to do a short phone interview. In our Letters section we like to respond to readers who have had a problem with the magazine and get feedback on what we can do better. If you're interested, either reply by e-mail with a daytime number and time to reach you, or call me at 212-372-3937. Thanks.

Jonathan Stern
Stuff Magazine
jstern@stuffmagazine.com
     
Subject: Re: Reality
At least I can say there's something of a slight interest in what you say.
Pitty you that find me "childish" and "snippy" -all toghether. I suppose I wouldn't sound that way if I were ninety! You in turn sound a little oldish, but every body has to carry its own weight, hasn't it? You love to give big great lessons in an absolute and authocratic manner. I suppose it'd be easier if you'd get to the point that perfection (what you seek by telling people what to do) doesn't exist. It seems you've been playing soldiers too long! My acquaintences seem very happy and happen to enjoy my presence very well and funnily, but they might as well be terrific actors!
The Cave that you visited was in all probability a place called Las Cuevas de Luis Candelas, which dates from the Independence War (something quite different from the Inquisition, mind you!) May I know who took you there?
Have you travelled in any other places?


De: "david still" <davidstill@37.com>
> Thre is sort of snippiness in your remarks that might annoy or anger some of your acquaintences but which I find very amusing, though a bit child-like. Here:
http://grupos.unican.es/arte/Ingles/prehist/paleo/b/Default.htm
> I am saddened to think that you find myh writing not suffiently clear so that you do not believe it to be my native language. I believe others do since I have published a number of books.
> I am working away at my Spanish if only to please you but my time often taken up with other duties and responsibilities. I have never been to Altimira, though I had shrimp and beer in a place called called The Cave(s)? in Madrid, where I sat upon an upturned wooden barrel in a tiny room that had been used to hold prisoners dujring the glorious (alas now gone) days of the Inquisition, and I had slept in a tiny rented car in a national park--it was illegal but I could not find a motel that had rooms--and woke to find a guard with a rifle pointed at my head. Since my Spanish was as bad as it currently is, I managed to use hand signals etc to tell him (all a lie) that I had driven from Portugal and was totally exhausted and was afraid I would crash over the narrow coastal road and intol the sea and thus used his
glorious park--it had agreat match of caves to be explored) for sleeping.
He told me it would be ok till the sun was fully up and the next set of guards came on duty.
e CO10PI
<patata10@arquired.es>
3 Feb 2003 21:02:55
     
e Zechlin (FKV)
<zechlin@fkv.de>
3 Feb 2003 20:02:58
Subject: Re: my art show
     
Subject: Re: Israeli peace info
cool.
yes I got this info this morning.

I like you david still.
ciao, doron
e doron
<doron@computerfinearts.com>
3 Feb 2003 01:02:45
     
e CO10PI
<patata10@arquired.es>
2 Feb 2003 21:02:01
Subject: Re: Reality
It's evident our language is a barrier by means of our understanding: I'm never gonna speak English as you do, despite the fact that you spect me to do so. I'll just tell you as plainly as I can, I'm not answering any more "perogrulladas". I know what a barbarian is (it comes from latin, remember?), quite like you. It's great that you found out how one's got to manage to be older than others, no way if you're not born first! Did you get to that point alone, or did you need some help?
What you called "all that stuff..." was my answer to your accusing me of "feeling to belong" to some kind of ellite, and all that other stuff. I suspect we both belong to the same kind of ellite, more or less. That was what I meant. (Though some have got a brick instead of a brain, haven't you?)
Let me seriously doubt your having English as your mother tongue, such is the lack of accuracy you write it with. Should I write mine that way, I'd have been sent straight to Altamira long ago! Anyhow, I've got to recognise you're improving greatly since the start. How about Spanish? Did you give it up?




De: "david still" <davidstill@37.com>
> I am not sure what all that stuff was about warxz and poverty and 80% etc.
Though I do feel for the wretched of the earth, there is, alas, little I can do, and I have done my share of trying to help from time to time, working at soup kitchens etc. The starving masses as you point out represent a large portion of mankind (womankind) but alas I can not be responsible for those that refuse to teach or provide birth prevention methods, those who fight and die for religious madness (India/Pakistan, examples), and I am indeed not a marxist, for those who affirmed this view became inturn worse than those they replaced.
> As for security, why not merely write, try to loosen up and get to know me and in good time we can reveal more of each other. For in "real" life this too is how it works.
> As for "barbaric," the term is ok as you use it but alas it is not the generally given meaning of the word but is akin to a derivative term such as "ghose" used by Chinese to refer to white people--or by Those in Rome (classical period) to refer to non-Romans. A barbarian is after all in any definition ruthless, cruel, culture-less, crude, ignoble. And the term is used to put down those who are The Other. We now at least understand each other on one point, no?
>I am I guess older and not very worred about this. It merely means I was born earlier than you. And so what?

> Patience. Again, no harm meant or intended...
bye for now
     
Subject: Re: Reality
ANY language other than my mother tongue, in which it's this hard for me to express my feelings, my thoughts and all with such difficulty as it is in yours, is what I call "barbaric". There was no other consideration in my using the word. Nobody said there's a language superior to any other, and there's no way I meant or thought such a thing. I don't feel to belong to any elite, other than that horrible 10% that's got the other 80% under their shoe, starving and showing off how much money and stupid things they've got, and how many wars they can start for their economic sake, while the majority die by thousands every second. It's you that feel SUPERIOR by palying hide and seek "to preserve your privacy." That's called real courage, opposite to cowardice which seems to be my province, as you put it!
Scared? Maybe, but that's something that belongs to my personal and very private affairs, and I'm not discussing that point yet. You had the hint in my answer when you spoke of princes and princessess and their castles and satallions, remember? Young? Yes, clearly younger than you, ain't I? And like other things, it's got it's advantages and disadvantages, but that's nothing to disturb me. Jitter? Not mine in any way. I wouldn't be able to jitter on your account even if I wanted to.
Besides that, don't you ever forget you were the one who wrote to me, who disturbed me, who got into my "e-life" without asking. You're the one who's playing unequally, unfairly, showing off your "strength" and your "power", anonimously based. That's something that's got strong moral considerations to make against you, so don't shout to me for pointing it out to you because it's in your hands to mend it. I don't feel simpathetic for those who act in a morally unclear way.
Try again! So long ;)



De: "david still" <davidstill@37.com>
> I never said I wanted to have you "care" for me. I have English as my native tongue, a language used in many countries but one which you choose to call "barbaric"--odd. I find someting of worth in all languages, cultures and peoples and thus do not make the silly and child-like distinctions that come from being hidebound to believe that what One is raised in is Superior to the rest of the world. Not so. The history of the earth should suffice to let you know that the ancient Hebrews, the Greeks, the Romans, etc all have had their day of glory and have each made major contributions, and that being a member of one or another language group is hardly a reason to feel elite (Spanish, is of course a Romance language and derived from latin). I am sure you can take care of yourself. All I had intended wa a pleasant
exchange but you seem so jittery, like a young colt easily scared by every little movement, thing that is heard.... fret now, dear girl. I mean you no harm and wish you well.
e CO10PI
<patata10@arquired.es>
1 Feb 2003 22:02:22
     
e 
<jstern@stuffmagazine.com>
31 Jan 2003 19:01:12
Subject: Stuff cares
David (or whomever),
After visiting the website I realize that the identity of the person who wrote a letter to Stuff is probably a mystery. If it is indeed anyone reading this, we'd like to get in touch with you to ask a few questions for our Stuff Cares column. If you could please contact me either by phone or e-mail, I would appreciate it (especially since actually getting a hold of anybody seems remote). Thanks.

Jonathan Stern
Stuff Magazine
(212) 372-3937
jstern@stuffmagazine.com
     
Subject: lojo
e Lo'jo
<lojo@lojo.org>
29 Jan 2003 11:01:25
     
e fredlebain
<fredlebain@wanadoo.fr>
28 Jan 2003 23:01:04
Subject: Re: Expo / palindrome
     
Subject: Re: This can never really end
e Mysty Yackel
<sempronia75@hotmail.com>
28 Jan 2003 19:01:38
     
e Sirus XIII
<sirusxiii@hotmail.com>
28 Jan 2003 17:01:21
Subject: Win Without War
     
Subject: Re: Proposta
e Eduarda Cruz
<cruzadv@alternex.com.br>
28 Jan 2003 15:01:38
     
e Ian Carr-Harris
<icharris@interlog.com>
28 Jan 2003 05:01:39
Subject: Re: Reality
Dear David

I think indeed I may know you after all. And if I do, you are about as authentic as they come. Though authenticity does have its questionable side.

Regards for now.

Ian
     
Subject: Re: Reality
hey david
i'm currently looking for a job abroad
can you help????
i can cook, type, read, write,t alk (not dutch though)
but willing to learn
ciao
olivier
e Olivier.b
<club_cuisine@yahoo.fr>
27 Jan 2003 14:01:45
     
e Olivier.b
<club_cuisine@yahoo.fr>
27 Jan 2003 13:01:51
Subject: Re: Reality
i just don't drive a car
     
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