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January 24, 2004
repeating myself...

There are moments, from time to time when I think that most of my little world is explored and that the next corner is just going to hold the same promise as the thousands of corners I already know. These are the most horrible moments, because they show a stagnation and a contraction of my little mental universe. I am very afraid of these moments and try to work towards a place where the darkness opens up again, and where light can be seen. I look for moments where I realize that not all is explored, not all has ended. (And all this does not mean, of course that i am some sort of thrill seaker, it is just that i enjoy a certain level of balance, stagnation is not balance) These happy experiences can be really wonderful. They can be tiny; like discovering a new way to draw a line, or enormous; like a new way to draw a line.

(this entry is a rerun of an older one, which was spammed… Comments will now close after a few days. Sorry for that. It was just too much to clean up after some dirty spammer every morning… the time can be used in better ways… maybe now…) (Thank you tom!)…


hang in there W.
even old corners can hold new surprises.

Posted by: emily on January 24, 2004 04:52 AM

My pleasure, Witold. We are still to see the good in spam. It would be fun if there were at least the stray random bit of funniness in them. But they just seem to a repetitive bore.

The first credo of Spam should be:
Though shalt not be boring.

Posted by: Tom on January 24, 2004 05:29 AM

You are right, emily. I guess looking at the entry again was a strange reminder of that. It is funny that a piece of spam would point me towards it...

Tom, haha, if you imagine that spam is a bit like this processed ham spiced up and filled with some water... maybe you are onto something here... maybe it could be like Cracker-Spam or Spam Freude Mit Überraschung. Hehe...
I think spam with a sense of humor would make billions. Maybe it has also something to do with the budgets assigned to those spam makers... maybe they would be much more cheerful if all they had to do were to make some really cool thing make look even cooler on a cooool budget?...
: )

Posted by: Witold Riedel on January 24, 2004 08:05 AM

Spam is already like that. The offspring of poor brainless marketing morons. The only difference being the Spam is still totally blind and utterly stupid. The Spam you see in virals has at least go a hint of a sense of humour to it.

Funny Spam. I would possibly even perhaps maybe consider,… welcoming that! How's that for starters.

Posted by: Tom on January 24, 2004 09:35 AM

yeah!... Spam Blam, thank you Maam...

Posted by: Witold Riedel on January 24, 2004 09:50 AM

i am a spammer.

Posted by: /contact lens on May 4, 2004 06:57 PM
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