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Subject: Re: david
Lousiana is a breeding ground for perverts, freaks and weirdos.
e eric
11 Feb 2002 19:02:26
11 Feb 2002 19:02:20
Subject: Re: I am playing, like you are.

Well, seeming negativity won't illicit any type of reaction from me other then an understanding one. I merely want to meet creative people that are somewhat like me.

Meaning is purely subjective, in case you didn't know. Too bad I elicited this type of reaction. Have a good day

Tarek Fahmy
Subject: Re:Sorry
Well... I have deep serious injuries in my head, i woke up in the morning and I saw two w.c, i had to drink two coffees to restablish my mood, then I felt the hole in my head, bleeding....
I don't think I would forgive you for all the pain am Going to, my friends told me to sue you. Hoping you'll have a miserable life
Marcela Pizarro
e Marcela Pizarro

11 Feb 2002 17:02:10
e samira ouardi
11 Feb 2002 16:02:23
Subject: ca va... c'est bon
Subject: words have ways with me.
i think the words have a way with me.
i think i say i too much.
and people listen when i think i'm all alone.
11 Feb 2002 11:02:18
e Granville Armstrong

11 Feb 2002 07:02:11
Subject: Hi Buddy
Oh, it's you again. Yes, of course. You must have your dictionary right beside you. That a boy or girl? So you don't like screwball-huh? No, I am not an expert, but I am something. I have noticed that you are taking more time to respond with out making many typos and grammar mistakes. Good for you! I am impressed. You ought to be the senior editor of the blah-blah magazine of the century.
Thanks for pointing that out for me about how to spell "sarcasim". You see, I don't possess a dictionary with me, so I have to try and cough up words that I have forgotten to spell over the years. I guess that age doesn't always age gracefully. Yes, I am aware that my correspondences to you are dribbling with sarcasim. Thanks for pointing that out. You sure are very profoundly insightful. You must possess an IQ of 1000! I don't have an IQ, nor do I have a soul. To you, I am just a bunch of words as you are to me. By the way, I am glad to hear that you are laughing over the name calling. Like they used to say when I was a kid back in the 60's "Sticks and stones may break my bones, but names will never hurt me." Grace is a wonderful thing to Cheerish. Keep up the good work buddy! Don't forget to keep enlightening me, for I will always receive it with pleasure.
Wll, very soon, I have to go deeper into the jungle where computers don't exist, just pretty poppy fields, so I may be out of touch for awhile. Nevertheless, please keep in touch, you are beginning to fill in the vaccum of my loneliness and insanity.

--- David Still <> wrote:
> Sure I may be able to enlighten you, although it would not surprise me in the least if I fail to do so. Anyway, "screwball" is hardly an improvement over "numbnuts" I am still laughing at that one. Also, I did not use sarcasim (please note the correct spelling of the word) so your referance to it was pretty useless. And yes I do posses wit thank you very much, how about yourself? Not to mention that your posts are dripping with sarcasim, and you yourself pointed out that sarcasim is the lowest form of wit. Like you are an expert or something.
Subject: I am playing, like you are.
My name is Tarek, I am an artist/Graphic Designer. My work has been my hobby for a very long time. I attended Parsons School of Design for a year, Mason Gross School of The Arts for another year, and SVA school of Visual Arts for another 4 years. I have also created a personality online by displaying bodies of art work (photos, paintings, Flaah animations) that address specific experiences in my life:
1. Relation Series (Flash slide show) Chronicles the major phases of a relationship that I had with a woman for a year and a half.
2. 01001 Memory Distortions ( Digital Photo Montages). Explains my process of recollection (memories) and how I collage/combine memories and paste them in my consciousness.
3. NY City Clubs ( Flash Slide Show Animation) This Slide Show Animation chronicles my night experiences in the best city in the world, NY City. I recreated the entire experience ( from driving to the night spots to dancing on the dance floor) through photographs that I shot during those times ( 5/2000 - 9/2001) that are animated with FLASH. The animation is roughly seven minutes, depending on your Modem/Processor speeds.
4. Opening Page Animation (scanned in visage of myself) Visiting my site, you are first greeting by an opening Flash animation. My visage appears on your screen. The face image was captured by a scanner. The animation background is the scanned in face with a distorting filter effect applied to the entire visage. On top of that is motion tweened rectangular masks that reveal unmasked sections of my face. Finally, my visage is entirely visible on the screen for a few seconds then it gradually gets smaller and disappears into a central perspective point. Out of that point, the navigational buttons and interface elements are born. The web page, symbolically, is created by my visage (by me).
Whereas you literally lend your personality online, I symbolically offer mine mainly through imagery.
You are commenting on the underlying, intersocial nature of the web where identities are seemingly flexible and interchangeable. I am creating a detailed online personality through aesthetically pleasing imagery allowing the end user to symbolically appropriate my personality.

I like your work. We are both the artists and the work of art.
Talk to you soon.


Tarek Fahmy
11 Feb 2002 06:02:34
11 Feb 2002 03:02:41
Subject: love.
love is anywhere you want it to be.
it feels however you might personify it.
a song, vanilla ice cream, the way peaches smell... someone.
it's easier to love things and feelings they can never resist your affects.
but animate objects are tricky... but worth every effort you have in you.
Subject: Re: What a surprise !
10 Feb 2002 22:02:32
e d johnst
10 Feb 2002 20:02:57
Subject: Re: Long time, no see

Pardon the formalities
but I seem to remember having left my shoelaces at your house.

Could you look for them under the couch?

Subject: Re: Is it me or is it you?
maybe it's both of us. i must confess, 'David Still' doesn't ring a bell. How do i know you?


10 Feb 2002 20:02:04
e Claudia Stebler
10 Feb 2002 17:02:07
Subject: Re: Is it me or is it you?
hey i didnt see you!
but i do not know where i should have seen you! tell me where you saw me!
Subject: Re: Is it me or is it you?
e Rozenn Morizur
10 Feb 2002 15:02:49
e asal joon
10 Feb 2002 07:02:58
Subject: Re: Is it me or is it you?
hey david,

thank you, though this isn't directed at me (and i'm sure your new haircut is smashing ;)) my name's kim, and i just got this e-mail from you. i think you've sent this to the wrong addy. yeah, i dunno if that helps, 'cause obviously i don't know the RIGHT address.... but... yeah, just thought i'd
clarify that. take care :) and good luck finding whoever it was you were looking for!

Subject: Re: Is it me or is it you?
e Erin Hilleary
10 Feb 2002 03:02:35
e Tim White

10 Feb 2002 02:02:01
Subject: Re: Is it me or is it you?
Hello David Still! It's great to hear from you, how are the netherlands?
Subject: RE: Is it me or is it you?
I did see you. I just pretended not to. Last time we went out drinking, you tried to sell crack to the waitress. When she declined your failed attempt at trying to hop in the sack with her, you whipped your cock out, slapped it on the table, and started spraying everyone by slapping it in the beer you had spilled all over the table. You got all of us kicked out of the bar permanently, and I didn't even get to finish my first drink.

e Michael Foltz
10 Feb 2002 01:02:35
e D Gibbs
9 Feb 2002 23:02:07
Subject: Re: Is it me or is it you?

Not sure if You have the wrong address or not. Or maybe i have a really bad memory. But i thought i had better reply so You know that You may have the wrong email address!
Either that, or i am going mad.*s*.

Subject: Re: Playing the hero?
I always miss the point, so tell me something new. Enlighten me! Can you do it cleanly?
I mean, don't take it so personally. I always say things that I will probably regret later on. But hell-what is freedon of the press and speech for anyway? Are you psychotic? I hope not. I would hate to block you out from my e-mail address. You know what I mean? I enjoy you dribbling messages of sarcasism.

--- David Still <> wrote:
> . . . not to mention the fact that you're too caught up with trivia. You're missing the point.
e Granville Armstrong

9 Feb 2002 08:02:31
e Granville Armstrong

9 Feb 2002 08:02:38
Subject: Re: Playing the hero?
You are beginning to sound like my ex-girl friend from the Philippines. What is a matter with "Numbnuts"? Since I am so ignorant, would you enlighten me "oh great one". How about "screwball"? That seems more fitting for you. Anyway, I enjoy the game of simantics. Well, maybe I spelled that wrong, too. Did you know that sarcasism is the lowest form of wit? Do you possess any wit? If you do, why not share it with me. I would like to learn something about you.

--- David Still <> wrote:
> Yes well pardon the typo. But your use of the term numbnuts exhibits further your ignorance.
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