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Subject: STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL JOINT VENTURE PARTNERSHIP
Dear Sir.


STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL JOINT VENTURE PARTNERSHIP

am making this venture proposal to you, as a
reliable partner. I got your contact from your country
business guide as a reliable person/company in a
related area of my interest for investment.

The money I want to invest was acquired from the late
Nigeria President(General Sanni Abacha) vault account
then I was his financial adviser. I have successfully
moved this money out of Nigeria through a security
finance company to HOLLAND. The amount involved is
US$20 million. The funds will be shared on completion
of the transfer thus:

1. 20% for the foreign partner (you).
2. 80% for us (which we want to invest in your
country).

Presently,I work for the Nigerian Government as a
civil servant. If you will like to assist me as a
partner then indicate your interest after which we
shall both discuss on the modalities.

All other information relative to the presence of the
funds will be revealed to you as we progress on. I
will like my proposal to be kept confidential and you
can reach me urgently on my e-mail. please indicate
your telephone and fax number.

Bye and God Bless,
DR. MUSA ATIKU
e musa atiku
<musaatiku20@yahoo.com>
29 Jan 2002 09:01:16
     
e Mimi Chan
<chanm1@newschool.edu>
29 Jan 2002 04:01:38
Subject: Re: Eyebeam
Thanks for your help David.
Our students are quite excited about the class.
Best,
Mimi

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Mimi Chan
Manager
Center for New Design
Parsons School of Design
55 West 13th Street, Room 929
New York, NY 10011
v. 212.647.8692
f. 212.647.8247
www.parsons.edu/centernewdesign


>>> David Still <david@davidstill.org> - 1/28/02 10:02 PM >>>
Mimi,
My name is David Still. I am an Internet celebrity, so you may have heard of me before. I am writing to you about your collaboration studio at Eyebeam. The instructor is my friend Jonah Peretti. He is really busy right now so he did not have time to write. He wanted me to tell you where to go for the first class. On Thursday at 6pm, you should go to 540 West 21st Street btw 10th and 11th Ave. You need to go west
until you get to a side door that is just before the bar Lot 61. You will see two glowing buttons. Press the bottom button and some one will let you in.

You can reply to this message if you want, but I am really bad about checking email. So if you have questions, you should write Jonah directly at jonah@eyebeam.org.

The course should be an adventure. In fact, I wish I could take it myself!

Best Wishes,
David Still
     
Subject: Re: Playing the hero?
Mostly I'm annoyed by the fact that you're contacting me against my wishes. Ultimately I can bill you for it, about a thousand dollars per message! That strategy works against spammers. It would work against your "art".


>From: David Still <d.still@davidstill.org>

>Why do you feel this way? What is it about them that annoys you the most?
>Would you mind sharing that with me. I would greatly appreciated. You dont
>tell the rats they are in a maze -not mine, but a good one nonetheless.
>Dont you think?
e John Dempsey

29 Jan 2002 01:01:46
     
e samara murrell

29 Jan 2002 00:01:24
Subject: Re: This can never really end
David,

You are as free with your humman feelings as shareware, it is hard to believe that you are shy at all. Nothing is ever the way it really seems is it? I am glad I have brightned your day. May the sun shine on you ten fold forever more.

Samara


>From: David Still <d.still@davidstill.org>
>
>Im actually very shy. I have spent the better part of my life sheltering my
>feelings. I most often find it very hard to express myself. I'm not sure
>why, its just always been that way. Reaching out this way seems so much
>easier, and safer. But I agree, we cannot go on this way any longer, I want
>you to know how I feel. I want to know how you feel and what you are
>thinking. Reading your message brightened my day ten fold.
     
Subject: Re: This can never really end
David,

Your number is long distance, at present I can not afford to call you. You will have to call me. I assume you have the number, since you seem to know so much about me already. I await your call.

Samara


>From: David Still <d.still@davidstill.org>
>
>Samara,
>
>I feel the same way. Call me as soon as you can:
>212.479.7990.
>
>Waiting,
>David
e samara murrell

29 Jan 2002 00:01:25
     
e Simon Glass
<kimmois@hotmail.com>
29 Jan 2002 00:01:23
Subject: Re: Sorry
Absolutely, why not have the balls to face the devil head on and not hide behind this Prick David Still.
S.
     
Subject: Re: Sorry


Eat shit, sorry.

David Still wrote:

> You may kick me in the face, just dont be surprised if I chew your foot off for doing so.
e Andrej Tisma
<aart@EUnet.yu>
28 Jan 2002 23:01:14
     
e lizzy
<izzypoo81@yahoo.com>
28 Jan 2002 22:01:20
Subject: Re: Playing the hero?
well i'm glad you're so friendly. i'm confused to as how you know who i am. last i checked, nothing i've written has been posted. and from what i understand through email it all comes up as from david still.... eh my brain is starting to hurt, maybe i just missed something here. oh well, anyhow so why do you go by danger mouse?
     
Subject: RE: Playing the hero?
I would be a graphic designer. That is what I am doing now at International Youth Foundation. It has always been my dream to live in Amsterdam..

**************************
Kate Tallent
Graphic Designer
International Youth Foundation
32 South Street
Suite 500
Baltimore, Maryland 21218
phone: 410-951-1571
fax: 410-347-1188
e Kate Tallent
<kate@IYFNET.ORG>
28 Jan 2002 22:01:38
     
e blueScreen Productions
<bluescreen_band@hotmail.com>
28 Jan 2002 22:01:29
Subject: Re: BS



meow...




blueScreen

From: David Still <david@davidstill.org>
Your band blows chunks!
Get a reel singer, I can make my cat sing like her too. All I have to do is stick my finger up its butt.

Have a nice day
David Still
     
Subject: Re: Playing the hero?
that's absolutly lovely. the concept of being someone else while being anonymous is fun. my twin sister and i always wanted to switch places, but we don't look a thing alike, rotten luck huh?
e lizzy
<izzypoo81@yahoo.com>
28 Jan 2002 21:01:57
     
e Danger Mouse
<rwilliams209@hotmail.com>
28 Jan 2002 21:01:50
Subject: Re: Rejection
You are absolutely right, I don't have any idea what you have been through.
And, since my mental telepathy is a little rusty, I will never know. Also, there is a flipside to every coin. You have no idea what I have been through either. But I am still here reaching. And I will be here for a while, if that interests you in the slightest, which Im sure that it doesnt. Whatever it is that you have been through, you have my sincere wishes for better days for you.

DangerMouse
     
Subject: Re: Rejection
I know what you mean. I know exactly what you mean. Don't be too disappointed though, you are not the only one.


>From: David Still <david@davidstill.org>
>I have recently been trying to reach out to people through this site. It is
>quite amazing how many of them were unwilling to correspond with a complete
>stranger. Though some have told me that they too have found it easier to
>communicate with someone they have never met before. However after two or
>maybe three exchanges I would never hear from that person again. Some have
>"trust" issues, others just disappear altogether. Oh, well such is life I
>suppose. No one ever said that reaching out was easy right? I mean, I like
>to talk to people I would have never have met in the first place. You can
>learn alot about people that way. The places they have been, the feelings
>that they have etc. I just found it interesting and it sparked my curiosity
>to no end. Anyway, I suppose I have babbled on long enough.
e Danger Mouse
<rwilliams209@hotmail.com>
28 Jan 2002 18:01:27
     
e Don Green
<dg92a@shaw.ca>
28 Jan 2002 18:01:34
Subject: RE: Playing the hero?
You have me almost convinced. I don't question the creative aspect of you doing this. I still don't know how you got my address, but if we are going to continue this dialogue please use my home address dg92a@shaw.ca
You have a wonderful evening as it will be in the Netherlands.
Don Green

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

I'm not sick thank you very much. Just because you may have trouble understanding this, please do not dismiss this as mere lunacy. Creativity comes in many forms, and some may say is spawned from utter boredom. Have a wonderful day.
     
Subject: Re: Eyebeam
David ,
thank you for your directions - I am in fact exited about the class -
hope you have a good start for 2002!!!!
Best regards,
Silke
e Silke Taprogge
<stapr01_@hotmail.com>
28 Jan 2002 17:01:11
     
e Angie Heller
<aheller@phantasia.com.pe>
28 Jan 2002 16:01:42
Subject: RE: Playing the hero?
I went out early on Friday, so i didn't read your emails.
Why have you signed as DM??

Thursday or Friday is my last day here in Phantasia.

-----Mensaje original-----
De: David Still [mailto:d.still@davidstill.org]

I re-read your reply to me. I kind of sounds like Im not going to hear from you again. I certianly hope that isn't true.

DM
     
Subject: Re: Burnt By The Sun
hey david.
yes the trustkill is the same trustkill, but it's just an email account for me... i wish i could say i was a member of the trustkill family.
good grind stuff....
you've got discordance axis (on relapse), which is pretty much straight grindcore, then you have born under saturn (these guys are kind of hard to find), creation is crucifixion (www.hactivist.com), crestfallen, majority rule, and pageninetynine (these guys can be hard to find as well... search for their names in yahoo and ad "DC Punk" or VA Punk as a search criteria and you should be able to find them)....
there's also some really good deathgrind stuff (tends to be more political than gore, but has the growled/screamed vocals) like circle of dead children, [fate of] icarus, Red Sky (much more metal than grind, but really good all the same).
i don't know... i could reccommend tons of stuff..... i have somewhere in the neighborhood of 500 cd's, sooo.
but check out some of that stuff... i'm not sure how much of it will be easy to find, but try mp3.com, and search for their websites... it'll be worth it.
talk to you soon.
take care,
josh
e josh albright
<angelsrequiem@trustkill.net>
28 Jan 2002 14:01:39
     
e Philip Skingley
<fukbag@hotmail.com>
28 Jan 2002 11:01:54
Subject: Re: Is it me or is it you?
Well, I only left it just over a month before getting back to you, old habits die hard!
I didn't see you no, I often walk around with my head in the clouds though, you should have stopped me. I would have if I'd have recognised you.
Where can I get hold of you these days anyway, not sure if I have a note of your number its been so long.
Look after yourself, hope to hear from you soon.
Miss you too,
FB
     
Subject: Re: Playing the hero?
Hi David,

Nice initiative, i'm I have some stuff off myself online as well.

Take a look at www.iekommmers.com

Have a nice day!
~Sip
e 
<pervert@thailand.com>
28 Jan 2002 10:01:34
     
e WNGL
<wayneproctor23@yahoo.com>
28 Jan 2002 04:01:24
Subject: Re: Playing the hero?
Art is dead. Send your monkey to the moon.
     
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