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Subject: any news?
Much time have not heard from you...
e sofiaboffardi@libero.it
<sofiaboffardi@libero.it>
18 Apr 2002 13:04:35
     
e 
<SabineIsensee@aol.com>
18 Apr 2002 13:04:49
Subject: Re: Is it me or is it you?
     
Subject: Re: job offer
Dear David!

I'm don't know if this is a joke again........ if it is so I might be amused but I also get a bit bored.....
By the way what kind of job have you got to offer me? Sounds somehow interesting....
Give me more details.......

greets Tina
e Tina Thalhammer

17 Apr 2002 15:04:30
     
e Max Ahlborn
<Max.Ahlborn@b-reel.com>
17 Apr 2002 14:04:55
Subject: Dancefloor Dominator
     
Subject: Re: Sorry
I think you have the wrong email address for whomever you were sending this note to. I do not believe that I know you, and I'd probably remember you if you used "physical violence" against me.

D
e Dani Tobler
<dani@faunae.com>
17 Apr 2002 04:04:56
     
e David Maris
<occsangeen@yahoo.com>
16 Apr 2002 01:04:44
Subject: Me again

Are you really sure?!

     
Subject: Hello?
Are you sure?!
e David Maris
<occsangeen@yahoo.com>
16 Apr 2002 01:04:48
     
e Sabine
<SabineIsensee@aol.com>
15 Apr 2002 20:04:02
Subject: Re: Is it me or is it you?
hello,

i'm really sorry, but i haven't got a clue who you are. where was i supposed to see you?

sabine
     
Subject: Re: Used and Abused
you fucking faggot
what right do u have to email me, you are a spineless cum sucking faggot.

get the email address right you anal fucking ass-lover
e Mark McDermott
<mmcdermott@hotmail.com>
13 Apr 2002 07:04:37
     
e Derek Peplau
<derek_peplau@yahoo.com>
13 Apr 2002 06:04:36
Subject: Re: Saw you in class and wanted to ask you something. . .
OK, well THAT is really chicken-shit. If you want to talk to me, use your real email address.
     
Subject: Re: job offer
e Julia Jacobs

12 Apr 2002 17:04:16
     
e Sandra

12 Apr 2002 03:04:49
Subject: Re: This can never really end

HELLO... how many times must I write to you before you reply back to me???
How come you arent writing back???
     
Subject: Re: This can never really end
Yo Dude,
This is not Kelly. You have the wrong email. Good luck finding her.
e Aole Miller
<nogun5150@hotmail.com>
11 Apr 2002 21:04:55
     
e Jonathan Winslow
<jswinslow@yahoo.com>
11 Apr 2002 04:04:38
Subject: Re: job offer

David- you filthy beast- please keep out of my pajama drawer!
     
Subject: RE: job offer
Dear Mr. Still:

I am glad to know that your opinion it's very positive about my ESBOZO of activity that you could CONTEMPLAR. My english knowledge is very PRECARIO and INOCENTE, that's why I asked my great friend and collaborator, to that we will call UBE, to write this contribution ANGLOHISPANA.

My answer is Yes; I am very interesting in COLABORAR, but those are questions of which we would have to be AVANZANDO, and clarify.

Please, excuse me my TARDIO mail. VACACIONES, you know what it means...

I hope to hear you PRONTO.
e Javier Peris Escriba
<jperises@uoc.edu>
10 Apr 2002 20:04:36
     
e jovian francey
<jf@artstar.com>
10 Apr 2002 10:04:33
Subject: Re: something to confess
Hello DangerMouse,

You would be surprised by how many people use your handle on the net. If you're genuinely interested in who wrote that lovely message or why or who David Still really is, reply to me with an e-mail address that is not quite so ubiquitous.

Sincerely,
- ?


--- Original Message ---

> I read this letter you sent and I must say. Im breathless. Your words are beautiful and tender. My heart stopped when I read this. I must admit I feel a little jeleous of the lucky person who you keep in your heart. I can only imagine that you are so wonderful and loving. I cant help but feel that I am missing out by not knowing you. Just so you know, I am not this David Still character, nor am I associated with this website in any way, other than coming here to read what people have to say. What you have written has stood out and I have saved it so that I may read it again and again. It stuns me everytime I read it. I would really like to find out more about you.
> DangerMouse


--- Original Message ---
From: David Still <d.still@davidstill.org>
Dear David,
I have something to confess.
I think it's pretty clear, that I, you know, may have some feelings for you. I think you're really neat and interesting and funny and smart. I have a really good time when we're together. Your friends are pretty cool, but I often wish they'd go away because I'd much rather just be with you. You're amazingly sexy too. Though, I don't want you to think that *that*'s all I'm interested in. Because I mean, I see the real you. I see you when you aren't hiding behind a mask. I see that core of you that is special and worth cherishing. Whenever we've spent any time alone together, even a few seconds, I get flushed and my skin tingles. Ever since we last saw each other, I am dizzy with thoughts of you.

Like a sickness, I am wholly consumed by you. And as I lay feverish in the grip of such sweet sickness, I want never to be cured. I crumble beneath your smile, am left defenseless by the slightest glance. All that is beautiful in this world is a reflection of you. The stars in their celestial webs shimmer only half as brilliantly as the light that dances in your eyes. The sound of your voice lingers and whispers to me throughout my days and nights, speaking softly of your catastrophic nature. I feel the swelling tides of this intoxicating rapture. I have felt them since we first met. Those waters rise higher now every day. In you I find all that I am missing. We are twin aspects of a single unifying force. And I long to hold you, to mingle our breaths, to become at one with your body and mind and spirit, to be consumed by endless, spiralling perfection.

I have spent my life stumbling through an arid desert, over countless miles of sprawling plains. Until you, I was too parched and weary to look any further than the footstep ahead. And now soft rains have come and I am shaking off my layers of dust. All is clean and new, and I am refreshed and reborn. All that is in the past is rendered a flat and colorless backdrop behind the vivid realness of this..
this.

Between us exists something rare and special. Some cosmic, divine logic has plucked us from the teeming multitudes and presented us with the spark of recognition that can only exist between two like souls. I am stricken, overwhelmed and mute. No words can translate the intensity of these emotions. A thousand poets could find no simile or metaphor to embody the way I feel now. Is it too much to hope for? Could you possibly feel some of these things too?

Do you?

Because that would be really cool. But if not, well, maybe it wasn't meant to be. Perhaps I spoke too soon, or not soon enough. Maybe it's not the right time... of course, for someone like you, I could wait forever.........................

But in the meantime, do you know anyone else who's sort of like you?
Or
just... you know, available? I know it's a lot to ask, but if you do know anyone, could you please forward this letter to them? Because I don't want to have to wait very long to feel this way again.

Love,
J
     
Subject: RE: LEGAL TRAINING SERIES: do not doubt the power of anonymity!

full disclosure please. who is this weirdo?


-----Original Message-----

Hi "David."

I'm sorry I didn't respond to your message sooner. It took HR a while to get me a copy of your profile. Now I understand. All I can say is that if you have something to smoke, you should share it with the whole class.

Greg

[Do I need to say I'm kidding? At least about the first part...]
e Cecilia Yoshida
<cyoshida@yahoo-inc.com>
9 Apr 2002 20:04:23
     
e Greg Wrenn
<gwrenn@yahoo-inc.com>
9 Apr 2002 20:04:48
Subject: RE: LEGAL TRAINING SERIES: do not doubt the power of anonymity!
Hi "David."

I'm sorry I didn't respond to your message sooner. It took HR a while to get me a copy of your profile. Now I understand. All I can say is that if you have something to smoke, you should share it with the whole class.

Greg

[Do I need to say I'm kidding? At least about the first part...]

-----Original Message-----

As an extra-introverted person, I intuitively sense that this unthinking, unfeeling exam might (just might!) judge my perceptions inaccurately in one way or another. But I would never stoop so low as to impersonate a sensor, if conclusively deemed an intuit for purposes of this fun exercise. Nor will I stand with the judgers, if in fact I am a perceiver. Rest assured. Not me. I promise. I believe in open and honest communication.

do you... umm... promise?

Cuz yo momma dresses you funny...,

love,

david
www.davidstill.org
     
Subject: RE: LEGAL TRAINING SERIES: do not doubt the power of anonymity!
um>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> are you sure you are who you are or could the question truly be if I think therefore I am, yet who validates that I have thought, might be the lingering question of your answer.

e John Zent
<zent@yahoo-inc.com>
9 Apr 2002 17:04:46
     
e 
<oreli@gmx.ch>
9 Apr 2002 13:04:55
Subject: Re: job offer
     
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