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Subject: Re: Everything you always wanted to know...
much obliged. really, much obliged.

getting there is all one has.

even when the asphalt's split and the road is pitted
and perilous and crags and cliffsides and jagged rocks
are all you can see--- just keep thinking that
somewhere, somewhere like Kansas, or Delaware, or
frickin France or something, there's a road that's
worth driving, there's a little patch of heaven, and
you'll get there soon again anyhow.

thanks.

"Everything you always wanted to know"-- rules of the
road.


--- David Still <d.still@davidstill.org> wrote:
> you never will know till you dig in and look for
> yourself. Just maybe you might find something that
> will make you feel much better about many
> things...getting there is half the fun.
e Sheik Yoboudi
<blustermonkey@yahoo.com>
29 Jul 2002 03:07:13
     
e 
<monicagiraldez@yahoo.es>
29 Jul 2002 00:07:03
Subject: Re: Thanks!
     
Subject: Re: Algorythmic creativity
LOL :-)

I could def. buy you a drink maybe two. That's about it. Maybe we could get drunk together. Thanks for your response. You sort of put me in a good mood!!
e 

29 Jul 2002 00:07:03
     
e 

28 Jul 2002 23:07:59
Subject: Algorythmic creativity
www.conceptualdesign.net/1staudio/index.html

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The draw back is the large file sizes. If you want to view the site make sure that your browser is running at an optimal speed, close all other software/and or windows in your system, brew some coffee and enjoy.

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To get it go to macromedia.com to the download section and download the Flash 6 player. Install, restart your computer, sign on, and go to the site.

Take care,

Tarek Fahmy
artdirector@conceptualdesign.net
     
Subject: Re: Everything you always wanted to know...
Julie, if you can read this, please give me your email address, I tried to email you at ctv but I guess you are no longer there???
e Rosa Kramer
<uppdatera@hotmail.com>
28 Jul 2002 19:07:09
     
e Sheik Yoboudi
<blustermonkey@yahoo.com>
28 Jul 2002 18:07:38
Subject: Re: Everything you always wanted to know...
D'j'ever get the feeling that b'neath the sewage clumps and clod-hopper boots, b'neath the muck and the filth, the dogs and th' dirt--- that there might just not be anything to feel all that very good about?

Mayhap I don't have a clear idea who you are. Mayhap not.
Mayhap I ain' even clear on which side'the bed I woke up from this mornin', or where I'm gonna sleep tonight. Mayhap I look up at the bright bleary mist of sun, squint, wipe the sweat from my brow, and find nothing in particular all that settling.

Mayhap... Mayhap...

     
Subject: Re^3: Everything you always wanted to know...
"Ronin" is not necessarily a warrior. The word "Samurai" does not mean soldier or warrior, it means servant. A ronin is a servant with no master. I live to serve, but at the moment I serve nobody.

I am currently discovering finally who/what I am. It is a difficult process, painful and full more of questions than answers. I'll get there, eventually. As it stands, I am on the horns of a dilemma of career: vocation or profession. I'll figure it out.

Your counsel is appreciated. I'll consider your words. Thanks,
--
Ronin



[you said:]
>Isn't Ronin a Japanese warrior? I seem to recall a large poster I bought
>and had munted at one time that was called Ronin!
>
>Do not fret about being transparent etc. Just be yourself and others can
>take it or leave it. Do not--repeat--do not make yourself into that which
>you are not (bascially) in order to please or interest others. Honesty and
>transparency are finnaly valued when all the role playing is put aside as
>worthless and nothing but games....Cheers, David III
e ronin 9026
<ronin9026@hotmail.com>
28 Jul 2002 17:07:36
     
e cameron
<drive@xs4all.nl>
28 Jul 2002 11:07:29
Subject: Re: Thanks!
Hey David,

I'm very sorry but I don't remember your name ( I'm very bad with names ). Can you give me a bit more info on where we met, I'm very curious.

all the best,

Richard

p.s. the link to your site doesn't seem to work

cameron
     
Subject: Re: robert herrick

Why don't you join us at Adam and Eve?





> From: David Still
> Eschew French poets! and all things French!!


> Richard Diver wrote:
> Actually it was the Andrew Marvel poem, to his coy mistress




> From: David Still
> could it be Francois Villon, "Mignonne, allons voir si la rose..." ?





> Richard Diver wrote:
> I know the poem by Andrew Marvell but actually I am trying to search for another one that says that those who die virgins will have their virginity eaten by worms. Do you have any idea who the author is and the name of the poem? thanks




> From: David Still
> the poem you quote is in a category known as seduction poetry. One of the best is Gather Ye Rosebuds, etc by Andrew Marvell. But about such poetry, Ogden Nash, a near contemporary of ours, said: Roses are fine but liquor is quicker.
e Richard Diver
<princedudesert@arabia.com>
28 Jul 2002 11:07:11
     
e Richard Diver
<princedudesert@arabia.com>
28 Jul 2002 10:07:08
Subject: Re: robert herrick
In many ways Yes, I am related to Dick Diver. Maybe I am Dick diver. As to Hummus I have seen her posts but I don't know her.




> From: David Still
> Are you related to Dick Diver of the Fitzgerald novel? Do you know Hummus99 at Arabia discussions,




> Richard Diver wrote:
> I know the poem by Andrew Marvell but actually I am trying to search for another one that says that those who die virgins will have their virginity eaten by worms. Do you
have any idea who the author is and the name of the poem?
> thanks





> From: David Still
> the poem you quote is in a category known as seduction poetry. One of the best is Gather Ye Rosebuds, etc by Andrew Marvell. But about such poetry, Ogden Nash, a near contemporary of ours, said: Roses are fine but liquor is quicker.
     
Subject: R: Everything you always wanted to know...
david, honey, i was waiting for you, so to speak. you know how much i care for you and love you. You just left me. tonight i want to thank johnny walker co. for keeping company and you for being around. You know life is not easy sometimes. i must confess, there is nothing i ever wanted more than to be with you but you know things seem to be different from what we desire. Believe me, love, if only i could i would be with you for our love nights and dope and wild sex. David i loved you wildy, why did you leave me to
sorrow and pain?
e eidola
<eidola@iol.it>
27 Jul 2002 23:07:18
     
e Claudia Schmacke
<c.schmacke@gmx.net>
27 Jul 2002 23:07:02
Subject: Re: Thanks!
Dear .....

thanks for the email ...... why are you choosing david still?
anyway that is not my busyness, just wonder about our rituals in modern times.....
i enyoyed our chat. or our talk. chatting for me is still a strange word. i am in the studio, trying to find sense in the stuff i have done. sometimes talking seems to make sense faster, still a lot has to be reconsiderated in multidimensional spacetime. what does it mean that you are not sure if you can go through with it? yes, let me know.

Claudia Schmacke
     
Subject: Re: robert herrick
Actually it was the Andrew Marvel poem, to his coy mistress



> From: David Still
> could it be Francois Villon, "Mignonne, allons voir si la rose..." ?




> Richard Diver wrote:
> I know the poem by Andrew Marvell but actually I am trying to search for another one that says that those who die virgins will have their virginity eaten by worms. Do you have any idea who the author is and the name of the poem?
> thanks




> From: David Still
> the poem you quote is in a category known as seduction poetry. One of the best is Gather Ye Rosebuds, etc by Andrew Marvell. But about such poetry, Ogden Nash, a near contemporary of ours, said: Roses are fine but liquor is quicker.
e Richard Diver
<princedudesert@arabia.com>
27 Jul 2002 21:07:00
     
e iaka [plain-productions.de]

27 Jul 2002 20:07:49
Subject: Re: Thanks!
> Just a quick note to express my thanks for that chat I had with you, you said that... (with an absolute simular text / email) but which chat? i've done my last chat years before...

> http://davidstill.org
aaah... you're searching page impressions... but your site is loading tooooo slow... try to optimize it... and if you need page impressions, try to fix your search-engine source-code... use webmasterplan or other portals...

here are some keys:
- use the keyword in the url
- use the keyword in the alt-tag of images
- use the keyword in headlines
- try to fix the case-sensity to 5-8 %

good luck
iaka

PS: please remove me from your mailinglist...
thanks ;)
     
Subject: I AM HAPPY TO HEAR FROM YOU
Dear David,
I thank you for your mail once more. I want you to help me to get this fund from the security company so that we can come together to know each other better I am happy to know who you are and do business together for the better of our life.
if you can heip us please write to us so that we can give you all the informations so you can content the dirctor with the informations
thanks
PETER KOBUKE
e kobuke peter

27 Jul 2002 19:07:28
     
e Katie Braun
<kbraun@fiduciarymgt.com>
27 Jul 2002 18:07:29
Subject: Re: Everything you always wanted to know...
joel you need some help!!!
     
Subject: Re: Everything you always wanted to know...
Dear David

You need to escape your solitude... Leave reflection behind and be yourself. The world awaits you...


Alison
e alison botterill
<alisonbotterill@hotmail.com>
27 Jul 2002 17:07:53
     
e ronin 9026
<ronin9026@hotmail.com>
27 Jul 2002 16:07:51
Subject: Re: Everything you always wanted to know...
I am entirely aware of the feeling that others know me better than I do. I'm sure you know me better than even my shrink, best friends or parish priest do. At times, inscrutability has played to my advantage; other times, it has been my ruin and the ruin of others. It seems that despite my efforts to put up a mask and hide my shameful self, I am transparent. I guess there are no more secrets.

So tell ME, David: I suspect David Still is an alter-Ego for someone else I know or who (at least) knows me. I'm familiar with davidstill.org and I think it's a neat thing, but it is also potentially a proxy for other would-be Davids to communicate publicly yet anonymously. I would like to know more of your interests in me. Your response will determine how much more we will correspond.

Cordially,
--
Ronin
     
Subject: Re: Everything you always wanted to know...
Okay, I wanna know who sent this.

It would have been a stellar joke but unfortunately I'm already well acquainted with David. I mean come on friend, this gag's been going what, nine months now?

hugs,
sl8n

> Do you sometimes get the feeling that people know you or understand you better than you do yourself?
[snip]
e slaton
<slaton@OCF.Berkeley.EDU>
27 Jul 2002 11:07:25
     
e 
<Lynmariemacewen@aol.com>
27 Jul 2002 01:07:33
Subject: Re: Everything you always wanted to know...
Dear David,
Hi, I hope you are feeling better today than the last time you wrote me. I didn't really understand what you were talking about. You said you were not an adopted person but an orphan. That made me feel really bad for you. I didn't really know what to say about your joking with me adopting you.
And since your first e-mail to me, was so mean; I thought it best to just not say anything.
I don't know you. I don't know what motivates you. I wonder if what you say to me is true or if you are just jerking me around.
About year or so ago a medicine that gave me a second chance to live, failed. I am a diabetic and my body began to respond to this by filling my blood with fats. Triglycerides. If we don't find another medicine to stop this affect: I only have a few years to live. I face such things as stroke and
heart attack.
My children don't like me because I was an alcoholic while they were young and to me the dysfunctional was a normal thing. I have been living at my middle child's house for about two years. She has let me know every single day that I am not welcome here. The day you wrote me that e-mail was one of the most miserable days of my life. I felt, in the evening that I had to be grateful to God for your e-mail because I got a warning that the day was going to be bad and I was able to respond to all the ass holes that have power over me thoughtfully. So it was THAT day that my daughter informed me that she is selling her house and I have to move back in with my son. My poor son is addicted to drugs and
he keeps the house full of his friends and they won't leave. They make noise all night and that makes it hard for me to sleep. But, also this is her computer so I won't be able to do my adoption search volunteering. We had a big fight today so my moving is sooner.
I am sorry that you are lonely. I hope you find a friend. You should think about things realistically. Understanding OTHER people. People tend to go toward things that feel good. Shy away from unpleasant things.
and
Actively avoid stuff that hurts.
Try to be a good guy Dave.
I might drop out of cyberspace anytime. Depends on how many mind games my kids want to play.
Bye Bye for Now
Lyn
     
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