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Subject: Re: job offer
You certainly write well. You could be correct -- maybe your communication skills ARE as good as mine.

But my memory is good as well, and I visited your website a year or so ago.

:-)

Brenda Gray

PS - I think you mean AWARE of your communication skills, not AWAY of them (first sentence in your letter)
e Brenda Gray
<brenda1@ihug.co.nz>
22 Mar 2002 21:03:00
     
e Diana McCarty
<diana@vifu.de>
22 Mar 2002 21:03:23
Subject: Re: job offer
Dear David,

Gee, it's really nice to hear from you. After your last mail, I thought you never wanted to hear from me again. Well, that's life and we all come around sooner or later. I'm not surprised that you of all people have realized how my talents are being wasted in most of the work I'm doing. Having said that, as usual, my commercial ventures don't come cheap. But you know that.

All the best,

Diana
     
Subject: Re: job offer
what a great gimmick. i have no idea what the hell what your puppety pup puppet is all about, but since i only know it can no way be connected with commerce and profit, i heartily approve. i still dont know who the christing crap you are, and if i thought there was any hoo to get you to kick down some clues, i would try, but it's enough that you are like some weird brainfart voodoo curse, some forgotten younger brother clamoring just outside of my frame of reference.
have a nice day.
-cookie
e cookie rodriguez
<geckenhuis@hotmail.com>
22 Mar 2002 21:03:06
     
e 
<john@elfornio.com>
22 Mar 2002 20:03:02
Subject: Re: job offer
mr. still,
who knows what you're up to. i will be in santa barbara until july, at which point i move back to san francisco. how about that. tell me what your situation is and i shall look over the offer with my agent and lawyers,
best,
john graham
http://www.elfornio.com
     
Subject: Re: job offer
Don't take offense, but who are you, what is your company's name and purpose, and how did you hear about me?
e BJ Miller

22 Mar 2002 20:03:03
     
e Jon Cohen
<jon@vagrant.com>
22 Mar 2002 19:03:45
Subject: Re: job offer

What was our first message, and who is this? I gotta say I'm intrigued at a job offer from someone I don't know, but right now I'm running two companies.

     
Subject: R: job offer
dear david still or whoever you might be,
it is not easy to trigger me. I m quiet bored by dreams and cheap seductions but since you keep on trying and i do appreciate your effort and since todays it is such an azure day full of madness, i want to be lend you my hand...

so let's put it this way: be more precise, honey, about your faustian offer - my time is so so precious but yes keep on seducing me. it is such a rare stuff these days.
love, eidola
e eidola
<eidola@iol.it>
22 Mar 2002 19:03:47
     
e bonita applebaum
<poutina@hotmail.com>
22 Mar 2002 19:03:34
Subject: Re: job offer
Well, I have noticed that many people have gotten the same 'offer' so how good can it be?

When will the real David Still please stand up, please stand up, please stand up...

Anita
     
Subject: Re: My taste in musics!
Dear Mr. Still,

It must be a great mistake! I'm should be another Roberto Holanda. We never talk before. By the way, my taste in music is completely diferent from yours. I like a different kind of music. My favorite producer is a man called Ben Bagley, I'm interest in jazz vocal and some kind of vocalist from Broadway. And, of course, my english is so terrible. I'm a brazilian guy.
Anyway, is a pleasure to speak with you.
Sincerely,
Bob.
e rhlanda
<rhlanda@terra.com.br>
22 Mar 2002 19:03:20
     
e DragKing
<dragking@hatethemainstream.com>
22 Mar 2002 19:03:07
Subject: Re: job offer
Oh, I'm interested... But again I wonder when and how my name was submitted to the David Still's site... and which of the many David Stills I talk to when I send emails to David Still. In fact I wonder often if David Still is clever AI... Or maybe he is actually God... or is God David Still... or maybe David Still is really Steven Speilberg...

Your Truly,
David Still
     
Subject: Re: job offer
--- You wrote:
and would like to see you in the position you deserve
--- end of quote ---

Do you mean the position of my foot kicking your ass, David?
e Jeffrey M. Deck

22 Mar 2002 18:03:59
     
e Arriana
<arriana@mysticalcraft.com>
22 Mar 2002 18:03:30
Subject: Re: job offer
Greetings!
Well thank you very much for this offer, but in truth I am very happy in my present career choice. I get the pleasure of helping people and befriending them which in this fast paced society I feel this is a true blessing. I am good at what I do, I agree there, but I will stay on my current path as I do get a reward from my job as well as fulfillment.
Thanks tho, Mystically Yours, Arriana

www.mysticalcraft.com
On~line Tarot site and Store!
     
Subject: Re: job offer
David,

I am sincerely honored by your offer. It is with a great pleasure that I accept your proposal. It is a dream coming true. Where should I sign?
My best regards,
Bruno
e Bruno Campanella
<brunocampanella@yahoo.com>
22 Mar 2002 17:03:45
     
e Cath Bradley

22 Mar 2002 16:03:36
Subject: Re: job offer
hello David... thankyou for your offer. You HAVE triggered my interest as it happens!! i was just wondering though.... who has informed you about my capacities in IT and communications?! (in fact... WHAT capacities in IT and communications!??!?) I am an artist. what job do you actually do, and what job are you offering me? im confused :OS

Cath :O)
     
Subject: Re: job offer
Dear david,

Thank you for the offer. But what company are you working at? What capacities do you need?
If you want me to work with you I need some more informations, more setailled informations. Basically I am interested in any job offered to me because I'm looking for one anyways.
Tell me more about it ...

Eva
e Eva Adomeit
<theWalser@web.de>
22 Mar 2002 16:03:27
     
e Danger Mouse
<rwilliams209@hotmail.com>
22 Mar 2002 16:03:24
Subject: Re: job offer
Of course I would be interested. I look forward to hearing more from you very soon.
     
Subject: Re: job offer
e A*
<roadmovieman@hotmail.com>
22 Mar 2002 16:03:45
     
e Jerome
<human.ist@free.fr>
22 Mar 2002 16:03:36
Subject: Re: job offer
sorry but i've already found a real job in the street..
thanks to chinese and windy little paper on the wall

but still like to have some real news about you...
Fresh & Wesh

Peace

Jerome
     
Subject: RE: job offer
Dear Mr. Still:
Thank you very much for your affirmation and recognition of my talents. I have long awaited the day for someone, such as yourself, to contact me with a promising, and much deserved, career change.

Perhaps we should schedule a lunch appointment sometime next week to discuss further options. I would also like to find out more information about telecommuting services. Also, I have many creative and innovative approaches that I would like to share with you.

I look forward to hearing from you.

Regards,
Shannon
e Jackson, Shannon
<jacksons@bschool.unc.edu>
22 Mar 2002 15:03:53
     
e jimpunk

22 Mar 2002 15:03:40
Subject: Re: job offer
     
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