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Subject: Happiness
Happiness is often a function of how we're loved.

To frolic in the warmth with memories of you,

to know that someday we might meet leaves me in everlasting bliss.

Barry
e Barry Lipschutz-Perry
<lipschub@seas.upenn.edu>
26 Feb 2002 22:02:14
     
e 

26 Feb 2002 20:02:54
Subject: je ne sais pas
this day was very strange for me. I failed to my exams But I think I was waiting for that.
Give me some news, I want to dream of another world (thank you INTERNET).
SEE YOU XXX
     
Subject: absolve
On so beautiful a day,
please absolve me,
your silent voice so beautiful,
I never want it to end.

~B~


At 11:00 PM 2/22/2002 +0100, you wrote:
>you've given way to silence.
>what is this sudden reticence?
>recoiling? will you lash out again?
>get angry and spew poetic venom?
>pebble.
e Barry Lipschutz-Perry
<lipschub@seas.upenn.edu>
26 Feb 2002 17:02:20
     
e Barry Lipschutz-Perry
<lipschub@seas.upenn.edu>
26 Feb 2002 17:02:13
Subject: waining spirits
I see you haven't forgotten,

yet I worry the excitement of this folly will wain.

Oh how sweet it was, but please don't end.

~B~

At 01:02 AM 2/21/2002 +0100, you wrote:
>barry,
>I am nothing but a coquette. No one's dear, but everyones dear.
>spirits to the soul. how you tickle my vanity.
>night falls and rises. we sink and swim. but even now my thoughts grow
>weaker, no voice to express them...they roam aimlessly around my skull,
>until the perish.
>pebble.
     
Subject: One word
We may never meet,
But by chance do,
Perhaps we must deny,
A gesture o' eyes..

But let me hear
just one word do
To my swooning heart,
for ere today I die

I can with truth say,
It is so,
That I have loved,
thy faithful ties,

To another so ret,
With devotion to,
Love , beauty and
bonds that tie.

Brian


At 12:38 AM 2/21/2002 +0100, you wrote:
>barry,
>my voice grows weaker. more ephemeral...because when we are not speaking
>to the one who knows how to listen, we lose the desire to speak at
>all. the voice grows obsolete....
>growing obsolete.
>pebble.
e Barry Lipschutz-Perry
<lipschub@seas.upenn.edu>
26 Feb 2002 17:02:01
     
e ed

26 Feb 2002 17:02:48
Subject: Re: Fire Alarm
Stop it with these ridiculous threats. The security team know, or have a picture of who pressed the fire alarm and it was not me. I have about as much to do with it as your flat do so please drop the attitude. And could you at least have the nerve to tell me things like this in person rather than pretending i don't exist. I will never visit your flat again, and as far as i am concerned i don't even know you.
Ed
     
Subject: Re:
Where do we go from here. That is an interesting question. I don't really know. The only place we can go from here is to start corresponding privately via our email addresses instead of hanging out in this virtual cafe. That is my contention. What do you think? I agree that the net can be quite addictive.

DangerMouse


>From: David Still <d.still@davidstill.org>
>so where do we go from here?
>lately i have been spending too much time on the net. i have various
>theories about this...
>but something i have noticed: the net is getting to have a physical
>landscape in my head. i tumble and scrape my knees, i kick up the dust,
>and i watch the sunset.
>for years now i have had on and off "addictions" to this digital den.
>and here i am again.
>majel.
e R W

26 Feb 2002 15:02:43
     
e Joshua Shamblin
<joshuashamblin@hotmail.com>
26 Feb 2002 02:02:57
Subject: Re: Thanks!

Out classed I highly doubt that, And yes A sniper rifle is a better choice. But I'm not a little man that and I've been training how to cripple people since I was around the age of 15 so I think I'd give you a pretty good run for your money But what has really been bothering me is whats your problem
with me and your right I don't know who you are but if you told me maybe we could work something out...

-Joshua
     
Subject: Re: what a jerk!
David
Your note was rude and offensive, but, since you took the time to write it, I'll take the time to respond.

I'll be sending a response, but here's a bit of it that so many don't seem to get. The news business is just that, a business. It takes hours to interview prospective employees and hours more to go through resumes. That costs money, time and energy that no one has.

Interns are a logical first step. Every smart employer would want to hire someone they already know can do the job.

I hope we're agreed so far, at least.

That said, now you are trying to find someone who will be willing to take that job and, frankly, not in theory, but in fact, they don't.

I don't blame older journalists for this, I do blame the fact that major media pay so low that they can't afford to work there at an entry-level position.

As I pointed out to another writer, if you aren't using interns as a hiring rung, then it doesn't matter.

Having prospective employees reject job offers -- all too common till recently -- is one of the major reasons employers don't look for overqualified applicants. A 50+-year-old intern with a career's worth of experience in ANY field, is overqualified for any entry level job I've ever seen.

That's not age discrimination, that's reality.

BTW, I'm over 40 as well, so I appreciate the situation.

Thanks for taking the time to respond. At least some people in journalism care enough to do that and, if that's the case, there's always hope for the profession.

Dan

----- Original Message -----
From: "David Still" <david@davidstill.org>

> What a scumbag you must be, believing and promoting the notion that discrimination is okay if it's covered up with a PC label. Jeez. I'd hatto work for you. With that kind of attitude you probably won't be working long. If I had a chance, I'd take you down at the first opportunity.
> Shameful man you are.
e 
<dgainor4@comcast.net>
26 Feb 2002 01:02:22
     
e Robert Williams

25 Feb 2002 23:02:12
Subject: Re:
i know what you mean, lately i have been feeling a bit discouraged to say the least. i have found that alot of people just arent interested enough to put forth the little effort it would take. you are the only one that has kept up thier correspondance with me. take care, and i wish you the best.
DangerMouse

>sometimes i feel discouraged... as i try to let
>see the inner selves of people.... funny how some
>people still havent realized that, if anything,
>the net is a place to switched the masked material:
>no more the masked inner workings... but the masked
>outter casings.
>be who you want to be always...
>even if it is who you cannot always be:)
>majel.
     
Subject: I see you. I am you.
Hi David,
I saw you in the street yesterday, but I was afraid to speak to you.
I miss you too.
Now I'm so sad : I know I will never see you anymore and I'm
alone thinking of you in my flat.
I try to remember your face, your eyes, your mouth.......
I'm sorry my english is so bad, but I'm just learning in order to write to you, I'm beginner...
With all the love it is possible to imagine, I kiss you.
Lily
e Lily Strauss
<lily.strauss@laposte.net>
25 Feb 2002 19:02:39
     
e Lisa
<badorangetabby@yahoo.com>
25 Feb 2002 04:02:07
Subject: RE: See me. Be me.
David,
I'm thrilled to get another message. When I received the first e-mail I was afraid that I had not recognized you. I was wrong.
Thinking of you always,
Lisa
     
Subject: Please
I realize this is a crock, but I don't need the heart wrenching emails anymore. Please don't.
e 
<khewitt@uoguelph.ca>
24 Feb 2002 23:02:00
     
e Jen Daum
<daum@email.unc.edu>
24 Feb 2002 22:02:46
Subject: RE: GOOOO JEN!!!

Thanks for the words of encouragement!! I will certainly pass along the slogan idea to whoever runs next year. :)
Take care,
Jen

-----Original Message-----
From: David Still [mailto:david@davidstill.org]

Hi Jen--doing a real bang up job with the campaign. Just one suggestion though, if you could have taken off the "prefix" from enrich and empower from your signs, that would have really rocked hard! Get it, "Engage Rich Power". Seriously though, it's been really far out and I hope it turns out really groovy! Good luck
Dave
     
Subject: Re: See me. Be me.
i'm leaving this place for some days.
hope to find you again when i'll be back
e felino albino
<felinoalbino@libero.it>
24 Feb 2002 16:02:39
     
e gerrard thebault
<gthebault@hotmail.com>
24 Feb 2002 13:02:52
Subject: Re: See me. Be me.
you wouldn't believe how many times i've heard that this week
x
     
Subject: Re: See me. Be me.

how do u know this? who are you?

David Still <d.still@davidstill.org> wrote:
we are meant to be together. this i know.
e Nicole Leitner
<rock_princess_2004@yahoo.com>
24 Feb 2002 00:02:32
     
e Nicole Leitner
<rock_princess_2004@yahoo.com>
24 Feb 2002 00:02:52
Subject: Re: See me. Be me.
thats great... but who are you?are you sure its me your lookin for?
David Still <d.still@davidstill.org> wrote:
Hello Nicole. . you seem pretty cool to me :)
     
Subject: Re: Thanks!
Ignorance... interesting choice of words fairyboy, hell I'll give ya directions and pay for your ticket but I highly doubt you could ever beat me into a com. Just because when your lying in your hospital bed wondering if the pain will ever stop don't worry I'll be there with a gat in one hand flippin ya the bird with the other and paint the walls with your brain matter... So waz it gonna be bitch...
e Joshua Shamblin
<joshuashamblin@hotmail.com>
22 Feb 2002 23:02:04
     
e felino albino
<felinoalbino@libero.it>
22 Feb 2002 22:02:39
Subject: Re: See me. Be me.
don't need to visit collective identities.
just need you to visit me
     
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