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Subject: Re:
e Lily Strauss
<lily.strauss@laposte.net>
10 Mar 2002 19:03:53
     
e Marija Vlahovic
<marijavlahovic@hotmail.com>
8 Mar 2002 19:03:11
Subject: Re: See me. Be me.
Oh, I see... United States... I was in Seattle 2 years ago for 5 weeks, had the time of my life.
Listen, where did you get my e-mail address (if it's not too personal :) )?

Bye, Marija
     
Subject: Re: Hey man, do you still want this?
iv'e actually no clue what the hell this is, i just get email from this jackass every freakin day.

>From: David Still <d.still@davidstill.org>
>well, I thought you did... Your email is on the reply board and everybody who writes here is part of the plot!
e Mike Wilson
<volkstermk2@hotmail.com>
8 Mar 2002 19:03:17
     
e Barry Lipschutz-Perry
<lipschub@seas.upenn.edu>
8 Mar 2002 17:03:55
Subject: Risk
I am really disappointed about this whole process. In fact, I became seriously depressed about the fact that I may have been talking to a rank stranger, at least part of the time.

I know the person I thought I was communicating with is shy and so as to obscure his identity or to play a bitter trick on me, he may have involved others in communicating, I've decided to spend my time talking to a real person.

I'm going to spend my time trying to get to know my acquaintance. Yes, I'm going to risk rejection. I'm going to plan to talk and perhaps schedule our doing some things together. In fact, I'm even going to ask him to help me with a project I've been working on. I wasn't really getting to know David Still anyway, so why not take a risk. That is what life is about and the meaning in the subscript that I have on my e-mail.

Barry

"It's a shallow life that doesn't give a person a few scars"
Garrison Keillor

Barry Lipschutz-Perry, Undergraduate Assistant
Chemical Engineering Dept.
University of Pennsylvania
311A Towne Building
220 South 33rd Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104-6393

phone: 215-898-8351
fax: 215-573-2093
e-mail:lipschub@seas.upenn.edu
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At 06:29 PM 3/7/2002 +0100, you wrote:
>sorry barry i'm using your address to get to the real, if there's any real David Still . I think we all think the same thing : how did you get our addresses ???????,,,?,,,,,,,,,,
     
Subject: Re: Re: no problem
e 

8 Mar 2002 10:03:08
     
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8 Mar 2002 10:03:17
Subject: Re: Re: Re: once again
     
Subject: Re: Hey man, do you still want this?

no...

>From: David Still <d.still@davidstill.org>
>I'm not David Still !!! do you take part of this plot too?
e Mike Wilson
<volkstermk2@hotmail.com>
7 Mar 2002 23:03:05
     
e Barry Lipschutz-Perry
<lipschub@seas.upenn.edu>
7 Mar 2002 21:03:42
Subject: Re: Truth

I don't know what to believe anymore.


At 06:29 PM 3/7/2002 +0100, you wrote:
>sorry barry i'm using your address to get to the real, if there's any real David Still . I think we all think the same thing : how did you get our addresses ???????,,,?,,,,,,,,,,
     
Subject: Re: See me. Be me.
It means: "Do you by any chance speak Croatian?" Croatian is my first language and I thought that you (who ever you are) might be from Croatia.
Bye, Marija
e Marija Vlahovic
<marijavlahovic@hotmail.com>
7 Mar 2002 19:03:00
     
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7 Mar 2002 18:03:27
Subject: Re: Where are you??
Majel,

I like the idea of checking in once in awhile with an anchor as you call it :) I would just like to get us to know each other enough so that we end up asking how our days went, pleasant conversation that we would actaully look forward to. I mean I know that it may take time for us to trust each other enough to let each other into our "worlds", maybe after awhile on Davids site, that might happen. Either way, I am glad that you decided to keep in touch. I welcome your freindship and voice into my part of the cyber world :) Take good care, hope all is well, and I wish you nothing but the happiness, and the best the world has to offer :)

DangerMouse

PS If there is anything that you would like to know about me, dont hesitate to ask :)

>From: David Still <d.still@davidstill.org>
>i dont mind the confusion. that is part of the beauty of the site... you've got to let go of all expectations and rigid ideas to get along smoothly with the flow.
>depends on how you want to know me. i am not one to shy away from ambiguity on the internet... but at the same time we can check in once and a while with an anchor?
>majel.
     
Subject: Re: Re: once again
e 

7 Mar 2002 17:03:40
     
e 

7 Mar 2002 10:03:00
Subject: once again
     
Subject: no problem
e 

7 Mar 2002 10:03:03
     
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6 Mar 2002 22:03:10
Subject: Re: Where are you??
I see, well I must admit that the confusion level has been higher than usual. Perhaps we should start corresponding via our private email accounts.
Of course this is totally up to you and I would willingly accept any descision on that. :)

Rob (aka DangerMouse)


>From: David Still <d.still@davidstill.org>
>this site has been quite spicey lately. ive been reading the messages you've been getting. it sounds like me but not. some anonymous so-and-so is zapping me silly.
>i wanna play !i wanna play!
>majel.
     
Subject: Re: Where are you??
That is very interesting. The bannana and pinapple thing. It was not my intention to reject you. If that is the feeling that you got, then I am truly sorry. I am not a poet, nor am I that good with fruit, but I never intended to hurt you. You certianly are a unique person, that much is clear
:) Take good care, and I really wish you nothing but the best.

DangerMouse


>From: David Still <d.still@davidstill.org>
>Roses wither and die in the wind
>Children grow up and sob in the cold
>Pinapples are prickly
>bananas are not
>you hurt and rejected me, like the pinapple,
>they comforted me like the warmth of a banana
>your prickles left sores all over my heart
>their bananas left mush on my soul
>so please remember that next time you pick up a fruit
> That you hurt me and surely the banana is going to hurt you.
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6 Mar 2002 21:03:33
     
e The Irish Museum of Modern Art
<info@irishmuseumofmodernart.com>
6 Mar 2002 19:03:16
Subject: The Open Museum : Irish Museum of Modern Art net.art exhibition online
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Subject: Re: Truth
Well, Finally.

It seems as if there may be the possibility for some real dialogue, instead of hiding behind prose and fake names. Also, my anger is beginning to abate, maybe I can be a more rational participant in the dialogue. It certainly sounds more reasonable and conducive to acquaintance building that you would consider talking about our misunderstanding.

You're right; I don't know you well. Whether I know you well enough to make certain clinical observations is another matter entirely. Before I reveal something more about me, why not tell me more of who you are. Why the veil of secrecy? Why do you have to pretend to be someone else?

At 04:47 PM 3/6/2002 +0100, you wrote:
>I am still puzzled at why you feel I am inflicting pain on others.
>Whatever gave you that idea? And I dont think that you know me well enough
>to comment on my ethics. Now you are starting to sound holier than thou
>and maybe even a little elitist. I also dont think that you know me well
>enough to comment on my level of responsibility. You have me on the
>defensive now, probably over some misunderstanding or something. I am
>really interested in hearing you reasons for thinking me an unethical and
>why I am out to hurt people. . .I am curious to hear your reasoning behind
>those statements of yours. And, if you would not mind, I would like some
>specific statements that you have come to believe that I made to this end.
>Thank you very much.
e Barry Lipschutz-Perry
<lipschub@seas.upenn.edu>
6 Mar 2002 17:03:51
     
e 

6 Mar 2002 16:03:16
Subject: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: je ne sais pas
perhaps a day you will tell me your true identity, for which reason you came to France, which is your final aim??? I ask myself all the time whether you are really American or well a person whom I attend every day and who would make me a dirty trick last
once again: how did you have my address?
     
Subject: Truth
If you're not lying, why can't you reveal who you are. If you're old enough to write the things you've said, then perhaps you're old enough to take responsibility for your actions. Inflicting pain on someone, whether they are emotional or not, does NOT sound to me to be responsible
behavior. If, in fact, you aren't at University, it's obvious your ethics, not finances have held you back.

Reveal yourself, stop hiding behind your prose. Tell the truth, if you know how.

~B~


At 04:10 PM 3/6/2002 +0100, you wrote:
>I havent a single clue what you are talking about. I started nothing, and am anything but angry. You took a six word sentance a blew it completely out of porportion, talking about playing with someones emotions. If you are emotional, thats your problem. I was simply stating that this was getting rather old and tiresome. . .Good for you that you are at University Im happy for you, I myself was never able to afford to go, so I explored other avenues. I never knew who you were, and I began no kind of charade. . . .
e Barry Lipschutz-Perry
<lipschub@seas.upenn.edu>
6 Mar 2002 16:03:10
     
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6 Mar 2002 16:03:15
Subject: Re: Where are you??
It seems though I will not be allowed to vanish quietly into the night. This is a strange email, a little poetic and sombre. Let me respond to you this way, and I quote : "Dear Die-ary, The passions that drive us should be the ones we respect and admire. To feel contempt for ones own motivations is a
vulgar thing. Too often, it seems, I've succumbed to less than admirable compulsions driven by this furiously reprehensible machine of mine. . .So many things inside that I can do without - desires and urges and whatnot. So
extraneous. By the time I write in this book again, I hope to be as cold as the moon that lights this page."

DangerMouse

>From: David Still <d.still@davidstill.org>
>uh oh, who are you going to tell
>what are you going to do?
>Where is the one whom heals,
>that rids you of the evil inside?
>gone, gone, gone is he....
>never again to heal me,
>for you hurt him too much and he couldnt bear
>all the purple flowers on his step you did lie...
>his rose garden is all dried up and the lilies are too
>You should be ashamed of yourself, what are you going to do?
     
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