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Subject: RE: Playing the hero?
I agree with you with what you see, although some works of art are inarguable.

Of what point of view are you talking about? about what i know about artists or what i said of Holland having enough artists? Now, with what you told me i know that you are only a Van Gogh "viewer" and not know much about him... too bad...

Anyway, it was ok chatting at you, because i was a bit bored...

-----Mensaje original-----
De: David Still []

Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Ones work of art is anothers trash. Ones table scraps is ones feast. I think its a more psycological work of art than anything else. Its a different medium. That much is certian. Please dont think I am arguing with you, I am merely sharing my point of view with you because your point of view intruiged me. I also like Rembrandt and Van Gogh, although I am unfamilure with Millet and will have to do some looking on that particular artist. Anyway, it was nice chatting at you :) take care.

e Angie Heller
24 Jan 2002 01:01:39
e Danger Mouse
23 Jan 2002 23:01:05
Subject: Re: Playing the hero?
Well David that was a lovely story. Now am I supposed to believe it or am I
supposed to make that call on my own. I mean out of the blue emails like
this are so much more interesting than the average spam that floods so many
of our mail boxes. And it gets some people to think. At first I was rather
annoyed getting emails from someone I didn't even know. But to tell you the
truth, its just as good a method as any to meet new people. And most of the
people you meet and actually correspond with have an open enough personality
and mind to appreciate something like this. Of course there are those who
stay annoyed and just shout obsenities and complain about how sick they are
of getting these emails. Most web email providers have an address block
function anyway. Why not try actually talking to the person who sent you the
email. Perhaps you may learn thier real name, maybe even a little bit about
them. It might be different, it may even be something that you dont agree
with but it will be something new. Who knows who you could be talking to? I
know I have met a few people from all over the world and have started
regular communications with them. Someone from England, Spain, Italy, and
Russia. Its quite interesting how other people view the website and the
emails that they get. I will keep checking in from time to time to see whats
going on. Until then, happy communicating. Take care.

Subject: RE: Playing the hero?
oh but david
i can play the hero much more effectively
with click
e erich bertussi

23 Jan 2002 23:01:30
e Angie Heller
23 Jan 2002 23:01:12
Subject: RE: Playing the hero?
An artist?? or a work of art?? The Netherlands have many artists which have beautiful works of art, such as Rembrandt, Millet and Van Gogh; so don't pretend to do work of art because HOlland has enough and the best.
Subject: Re: Playing the hero?

(Bob The Schmuck)
You are David Cootsa, THE Schmuck.

23 Jan 2002 22:01:50
e Jim Reid
23 Jan 2002 22:01:38


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>>> David Still <> 01/23/02 04:07PM >>>

I know you and your wife are having problems. I cause no probelms, and I am hung like a black man. I would love to meat you and your wife for some casual fun. I love your ass and hair.


Subject: Re: Thanks!
Ok i'm getting really sick of al this crap you're sending me
I don't know who or what you are.
But i do know that it isn't funny anymore. So please stop doing it you obviously got the wrong person. I'm sorry if i offended you. But to be honest i don't give a fuck

e carina focke
23 Jan 2002 17:01:32
23 Jan 2002 07:01:43
Subject: Re: Your Green Taurus w/Smiths Sticker

1) My sisters car with her "smiths" sticker
2) 80's rock
3) I listen to industrial/punk
4) oregonians suck writes:

> You don't know me, but I know you. I've seen your car around with that
> Smiths sticker on it and knew you were some '80s geek even before I saw
> your surfer-dude on crack hair style. Please, get rid of the sticker and
> do something about your hair. I'm serious here. I don't want to have to
> introduce myself, if you know what I mean.

Subject: LIFE
e ken long

22 Jan 2002 22:01:21
e poohtje davaz

22 Jan 2002 20:01:54
Subject: Re: sorry
Subject: Re: Sorry
I remember it as if it where yesterday,
how i've missed you so my loveling. And i'm so glad that you've responded. I thought i would never hear from you again.
And about that day in the park, how could i ever forget the moon shining upon your beautifull face. That moment stays carved in my memory forever.

love to hear from you again.

as we are the light that brings love

> Damien,
> I hope you won't think me too forward? I don't know what you mean by junk-mail, but I would love to hear from you! I've missed you incredibly and I think of our time together often. Remember that day in the park?
> Please respond, I would love to hear from you!
> ~Katherine
> "We are as a flame born unto the darkness"
e damien angel

22 Jan 2002 17:01:52
e Nicole B.

22 Jan 2002 17:01:44
Subject: Re: To Still, With Love
I understand.
Why don't we talk about it over drinks later this week?

Hope you can make it,
Subject: Re: Thanks!

You seem to be a nice person, but if you think I'm though, we should break up then, and stop writing to each other, dont you think?

I've not found the righ man for me too. And I will never do, you're too far.....

e michelle sanchez

22 Jan 2002 03:01:52

22 Jan 2002 01:01:27
Subject: Re: Is it me or is it you?
sorry - i thought someone was sending me an email by mistake/joke. then i saw your site and realised anyone can mail from there. i dont know if this is the person who mailed me or actually david still ... is david still a real person?

the icelandic was just: who is this, what is this :)

> I don't speak Icelandic. What does that mean?
Subject: Re: To Still, With Love

My apologies Dave.
Glad that you're not bothered.

>From: David Still <>
>Misanthropes? That wasn't very nice. I don't even know you, and I dare say
>that you don't know me. I guess that's why your comments didn't really
>bother me in the first place.
e Nicole B.

22 Jan 2002 00:01:24
e Jon Almond
21 Jan 2002 23:01:15
Subject: Re: Website

Is there a point? Yes, hopefully an increase in traffic. Does it make me feel vulnerable? No, why should it? Anyone can stumble across my site anyway. :-)


----- Original Message -----
From: "David Still" <>

> Thats funny that you are willing to share yourself with any idiot that happens to stumble across your web address. Is there a point to any of it? I mean why advertise yourself? What do you get from it? Doesn't it make you feel a little vulnerable? Im just wondering. I often wonder what goes
through some peoples heads. Ah well.
Subject: Re: Piece of Shit

So is Shawn a good screw?

From: David Still <>

You are fucking dead, who do you think you are calling the cops on us?

You're life is over, I will personally kill you if Rob doesn't do so first.
I am sick of this shit.

It's not my fault you were dumb enough to trust me. You are so dead.

e Antoine Tardif
21 Jan 2002 22:01:15
e Katherine
21 Jan 2002 22:01:05
Subject: Re: Sorry
Don't worry darling, it's all right. I have a few bruises on my left leg
where I hit the coffee table, but they will fade in time. Thankfully, you did
not use your words to assault me; the pain would not have faded as quickly.

I'm sorry it took me so long to respond, but I needed a little break. Don't
worry my dear, I still love you and have returned home. Please call me when
you have a free moment. Maybe we could get together, hmm? Like old times...
<sigh> Ah, memories, they pain me much more than bruises ever could.

All my love,

P.S. Honey, try not to make promises you aren't sure you can keep...
Subject: [Fwd: FW: colors for 2003 spring]

Hi everyone, I am helping SmartWool develop
new colors for a specific sock. I have posted a
page of socks with colors at the web address
below. If you have time, could you look at this
page and give me your top 3 choices if you had
to choose. This style will be for active outdoor
people like yourself. I was curious to see what
people's opinions were. Go to this webpage:

Thank you tons, could you email me back
at your earliest convenience.

P.S. Could you forward this to anyone, like yourself
who may have a color preference. Thanks! Megan

Megan Morgan
Strange Bird Designs
e Mark Koopman
21 Jan 2002 21:01:13
e Jon Almond
21 Jan 2002 17:01:48
Subject: Website
Hello David, I'm going to use you for a little site promotion test.

Go there.
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