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Subject: RE: The deal's on
They said that he tamper with checks and that he would never put bubble wrap in packaging and there was white powder everywhere and spray CK 1 all over the "items" and they would often times arrive with some sort of sticky film.

I would be VERY careful if I were you. I think this David Still character is a real perve if you know what I mean.

From: David Still []

Im not david but i read your post and was wondering what you saw about him on ebay? What kinds of things were said about him? That kind of thing.

e Jackson, Shannon
21 Feb 2002 22:02:22

21 Feb 2002 21:02:07
Subject: Re: Used and Abused
Thanks... seriously though David Internet Art isn't all it's cracked up to be, turn this thing into a porno site or spam-o-rama and start rakin' in the loot.

Wanna know a cool way to go David Still x 2? Download Morpheus and download .blt files under 10K. Chances are they will be AIM buddy lists.

Open it in notepad and find the Password: xxxxxxxxxx line. Get a prog to decrypt this password. Sign on as this person and load their buddy list. IM everyone on their list and tell them that you are in love with them.

Cool beans son.
Subject: Re: well
Isn't starvation a path to seek out your true self Ms Peters ?

--- David Still <> wrote:
> Adonis,
> It is all fine and dandy to go about our business, but when we cease to rush around, we realize the lonliness. Fill ourselves up with the idle chatter of The Man, but when we look for the meat of it, we'll have nothing but a starved heart. Do you have a starving heart?
> David
e schloss adler
21 Feb 2002 20:02:00
e Maya Funaro
21 Feb 2002 20:02:45
the conversation i remember does have something missing. your voice has been dubbed over with that song Everybody Knows. and so meaning was lost? i thought you would call and then you didn't and then when you finally did call you were not yourself afterall.
you said the word transcend, but i mean transform. trans-form. i suppose you could have found me if you really wanted. otherwise the sun just keeps on charting its path across the sky. i don't know if Never Again The Same means anything. or how easily Lost Inside could become Lost Outside.

Subject: RE: The deal's on
I'm sorry, but I can't possibly follow through with this after the comments I read about you on EBay. You had way too many negative comments about your service. I am canceling payment right away and do not send me your crap!

Please never contact me again.
One day you will be captured and put in your place!
e Jackson, Shannon
21 Feb 2002 18:02:29
e nienke vandermeulen

21 Feb 2002 10:02:05
Subject: Re: See me. Be me.
I have to say i'm really confused by the mail you have been sending me. Do i know you? I'm sorry if i forgot i have gvven you my adress, but please explain to me how you got my adress. I do believe you found yourself some kind of mission, by letting annybody use your name and identitity, but thanks i don't want to use it. So than you can get me out of your adressbook. Maybe i'm just not interpretating it right, or maybe we did really met, i'm looking foreward to write to you then but if this isn't the fact then i wish you a lot of luck in life and try somebody else
Subject: Re: See me. Be me.

and sometimes we're strangers even after you get to know us.

>You are probably not alone in that opinion that getting emails from some person you have no idea about is a little freaky. But I am merely trying my hand at civil conversation with random strangers.
>Everyone is a stranger until you get to know them.
e .g.e.n.e.v.i.e.v.e.
21 Feb 2002 07:02:28
e .g.e.n.e.v.i.e.v.e.
21 Feb 2002 07:02:49
Subject: Re: See me. Be me.

i doubt i know too many people who know about david still. i'm
figuring it's one person who keeps hounding me.

>But chances are, these emails you are getting are from different people. Hardly anyone even uses a screenname here.. i havent seen one.
Subject: Re: See me. Be me.
David, I like your site a lot... maybe one day I would explain
you how usefull it has been for me.
I miss you to. I always want to reply your emails but something strange happens, technical problems, I mean.

e catarina simao
21 Feb 2002 00:02:58
e Barry Lipschutz-Perry
21 Feb 2002 00:02:34
Subject: spirits
My dearest pebble-

Your words intoxicate me
like spirits to the soul.

At 12:38 AM 2/21/2002 +0100, you wrote:
>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.
Subject: Re: See me. Be me.
i am finding myself at david's site more and more lately. i am afflicted with the chronic desire to be in contact with minds. even to the point of compulsion at times. there are so many brains to bump into and walk around in (and with). don't disappear.

ps. when i think of mice i think of their soft fuzzy bellies.
e Majel Peters

21 Feb 2002 00:02:46
e Joshua Shamblin
20 Feb 2002 23:02:14
Subject: Re: Thanks!

If you weren't my mother I would rip out your lungs and feed them to you.


P.S. Ya got me
Subject: Re: darling

we shimmer when we least expect it's so
perhaps the doors are closed perhaps
they're open still when shimmering light grows dull

remind me, now your eyes have turned, relaxed,
(we can never remain just one person)
how every love has become your last

e Maya Funaro
20 Feb 2002 23:02:30
e Barry Lipschutz-Perry
20 Feb 2002 22:02:10
Subject: Re: Bravery
To touch
Your strong hands,
your rose soft cheeks,
thy follicles near and far.

To hear your voice, lilting and true,
Words so round and full,
rolling from tongue
to my ravenous ears.

If only to hear your voice,
so fair and clear,
I will listen
in rapped attention,
To your heart's echo
Booming through your
Pursed lips, so pure and sweet.
my heart chimes in symphony.

Just to hear your voice
my heart pines.
in that mist
that darkness provide

Subject: Re: See me. Be me.
someone who emails me letters written by someone else that have nothing to do with me - repeatedly - without revealing their identity, is - and i don't think i'm alone in this opinion - a little on the freaky side.

>Not really an identity freak. Just someone who visits the site from time to time to see who he can meet and correspond with.
e .g.e.n.e.v.i.e.v.e.
20 Feb 2002 22:02:07
e Barry Lipschutz-Perry
20 Feb 2002 21:02:46
Subject: Vulnerable
Your poetry is so beautiful,
or is it too fantasy.
Our meeting a cruel joke
that you play on one so smitten
or does he fear himself.

Should we taunt our instinct,
go beyond the fantasy of words,
to see that landscape so beautifully drawn
in the whimsy of our prose.

Could Shangrala exist
beyond the scribble of our pen.
What is this linden tree,
where does it grow.
Dare I ask, can it survive
The vulnerable.
Subject: Re: See me. Be me.
David, who are you really? You don't know me or you would know something about me, like where I grew up, my age, what movie star I look like. If you really know me reveal yourself and give me your real last name. I would prefer you just take me off your e-mail list I don't like games or the person sending this to me that is calling themself you should reveal themself.
Thanks, me
20 Feb 2002 20:02:29
e Nicole Leitner
20 Feb 2002 20:02:30
Subject: Re: See me. Be me.

Ummm... Who are you? How do u have feelings like that of me?
please write back thanks....Nicole
Subject: Re: See me. Be me.
you've highjacked a corner of still's little world. but still another nameless face.
about being a child: at times i feel a bit silly and sheepish being a carefree spirit next to all the Adults. but then i think: being carefree means being free to care.
e Majel Peters

20 Feb 2002 19:02:59
e Barry Lipschutz-Perry
20 Feb 2002 18:02:15
Subject: NEVER
David -

Will these feelings (let's call it love) cease to grow, never.

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