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Hello. I'm glad to have found your site and will be back. My Viagra is calling!
USA - Tuesday, April 15, 2003 at 20:02:34 (CDT)
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Barny stuffle <fanetti724@hotmail.com>
USA - Tuesday, April 08, 2003 at 19:23:16 (CDT)
You are sad, confused, and lost. Depravity is such a lonely choice, without hope or true joy. Jesus died for you as well as me, I will pray for you to meet your Savior and be redeemed. Only in Christ is there true joy, true freedom and true life. You have been decieved.
Dale Hill
Kansas City, MO USA - Saturday, April 05, 2003 at 13:37:47 (CST)
No War - Karsten -
Billigflug <service@ansl.de>
Berlin, B Germany - Monday, March 31, 2003 at 16:19:55 (CST)
just recently i found out that i share the same syndrome as the elephant man. infact newtimes put out an article on me last year titled the elephant man and ripley's is in the process of helping with some matters. you can link to the article from my website handycapped.com. is there some other way that i can capitalize on this that someone can help me with. i love to give talks, sign and do breaking demos with boards. thanks lee
lee mcguire <lee@handycapped.com>
phoenix, az USA - Friday, March 28, 2003 at 22:35:34 (CST)
LOME TOGO, TOGO USA - Tuesday, March 25, 2003 at 13:37:46 (CST)
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Sun City, OR US - Wednesday, March 12, 2003 at 03:01:28 (CST)
Your illustration has wonderful peculiarity. Very interesting! I'm a Japanese illustrator. If you would like to please visit my website. Thank you.
EMI <emi@mail.td>
Kawasaki, JAPAN - Thursday, March 06, 2003 at 23:14:10 (CST)
Don't worry, son. I'm sure he's up in heaven right now laughing it up with all the other celebrities: John Dilinger, Ty Cobb, Joseph Stalin. (Homer Simpson, on death of cat)
Simpsons Quotes <tom@hotmail.com>
USA - Friday, February 21, 2003 at 14:15:52 (CST)
Great site! I enjoyed it a lot! Keep up the good work!
Milenski <miart@canada.com>
Ca - Wednesday, February 19, 2003 at 17:17:43 (CST)
Found Ted Adams' wonderful photography while researching his Silent Records music CD - Mild Seven International. His photography is great and he is a very cool guy.
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San Jose, CA USA - Thursday, January 16, 2003 at 00:18:22 (CST)
What fantasy would you like to accomplish in the reality of Heaven after this Finite Existence? Sign my guest book. I'd love to hear what YOU think Utopia's like.
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Topeka, ks USA - Saturday, January 11, 2003 at 07:33:34 (CST)
Artificial models of personality are leading a never-ending battle between Feelings and Technology, Beauty and Ugliness. This can be read as a metaphor, or as a fact.
michael shpaizman <mail@digitalmutations.de>
berlin, germany - Tuesday, January 07, 2003 at 09:11:15 (CST)
What a wonderful web site!!! The artwork, done by Mr. Mundie, of the sideshow "freaks" is totally AWESOME. Some are so good, they look like photos. Keep up the good work, it is very appreciated, and will help them live on forever.
Rustie Rock <RUSTIEROCK@aol.com>
Gibsonton, Fl USA - Sunday, January 05, 2003 at 12:53:34 (CST)
Good God man! Can't you do some original artwork instead of copying others? "This puts me in the mind of" "the reminds me of" "I copied from." It's not art if you're ripping it off! Get a life.
USA - Thursday, December 26, 2002 at 05:35:24 (CST)
Cheers....canadian style Hope you can check out the new tunes by THE CRETINS, cause THE CRETINS have "BEEN THINKIN", that a cretin is "NO LONELY GUY" when he's got "YOUNG LUST" Stella Dee Records- canada's hardest working indie label thanx a lot....stella-band manager
USA - Monday, December 23, 2002 at 06:30:55 (CST)
Just surfed in and don't understand anything. That's a quite funny situation. Have a good time
USA - Monday, December 16, 2002 at 07:54:17 (CST)
Thank you for producing such a down to earth site. I recently moved to Los Angeles California and can’t believe how many superficial people I have met. I think they should rename the state plastic surgery California or cosmetic surgery California . Excuse me for saying this but I have never seen so many breast implants . There are all kinds of breast enhancement surgery: breast enlargement breast augmentation even breast reduction it’s crazy.
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Los Angeles, CA US - Saturday, December 14, 2002 at 15:48:34 (CST)
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USA - Wednesday, December 11, 2002 at 23:31:48 (CST)
Hello, I found you at Altavista. You have wealth of information on your site and a nice design. Greetings from Germany - Paul
Germany - Tuesday, December 10, 2002 at 07:20:50 (CST)
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warsow, poland - Thursday, December 05, 2002 at 09:43:19 (CST)
flash art design.. example my work. http://www.ojej.org
mariusz zdanowski <mama@o2.pl>
Poland, 25 USA - Thursday, December 05, 2002 at 09:39:27 (CST)
The art of Mitch Gillette is fascinating. I'm repelled and drawn in at the same time. I think both reactions come from the human emotion that radiates from the otherwise non-human, semi-human or inhuman subjects.
Susan Bradley <susanabra@mac.com>
Denmark - Tuesday, December 03, 2002 at 15:55:04 (CST)
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USA - Saturday, November 30, 2002 at 08:38:27 (CST)
~ Negotiating Artistic Transliterations ~ Everyday, we negotiate through our immersion in the medium of art and our translation of it does not always involve the world that we acquired in our tactile environment. Nodopaka’s practice of creating thematic series suggests a rational re-mapping of ourselves as we develop and acquire our subconscious. This process does not allow our immersion in the world as Nodopaka’s hybrid active zones force us to reference our conscious aesthetic transliteration ideas. Depending on the aesthetic means, negotiating artistic media requires utilizing....
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Alex Nodopaka <nodopaka@earthlink.net>
Lake Forest, CA USA - Friday, November 29, 2002 at 14:03:37 (CST)

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USA - Tuesday, November 26, 2002 at 19:22:15 (CST)
just stopping in to say hot cool your website is! keep up the good work. bronco
bronco <mattatt@hotmail.com>
sf, ca USA - Monday, November 25, 2002 at 22:24:57 (CST)
Let's put this together in a different form: one person, God the Father + one person, God the Son, + one person, God the Holy Ghost = one person, God the What? Is this English or is this gibberish? It is said that Athanasius, the bishop who formulated this doctrine, confessed that the more he wrote on the matter, the less capable he was of clearly expressing his thoughts regarding ". . . kill every woman who has known man by lying with him, but all the female children, that have not known a man by lying with him, keep alive for yourselves." (numbers,31:17,18) "When thou goest forth to war against thine enemies, and the Lord thy God hath delivered them into thine hands and thoust has taken them captive, and seest among the captives a beautiful woman, and have a desire unto her, that though would have her to be thy wife, then though shalt bring her home to thine house . . . and after that you may go into her and be her husband, and she shall be your wife. But if though have no delight in her, then thou shalt let her go". (Deuteronomy 21:10-14 )
HEAVEN, NIL NIL - Monday, November 25, 2002 at 02:15:51 (CST)
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Akranes, ICELAND - Sunday, January 20, 2002 at 15:39:46 (CST)
Hello from the Wizard
The Wizard <TheWizard@voodoowizardneworleans.com>
New Orleans, La. USA - Thursday, January 17, 2002 at 20:25:30 (CST)
Sculptor Susan Hagen. Fantastic work! I'm really inspired.
sandra <richjenk@yahoo.com>
Launceston, Tas Australia - Tuesday, January 08, 2002 at 20:40:22 (CST)
I have a wood carving on paper documented to have been done by Hagen Schidt in l973. He was staying with friends at Nags Head, North Carolina, USA. I would appreciate any info about the painting or the artist. Thank you Jon
Jon Montgomery <Jon_Jones Montgomery@msn.com>
Richmond, Va USA - Tuesday, January 01, 2002 at 20:11:26 (CST)
Your site is great! Have a good one!
Asian Avenue <lisbethg_g@canada.com>
Miscellaneous, - Saturday, December 29, 2001 at 21:00:25 (CST)
I have a wood block picture of OCRACOKE done by Hagen Schmidt.This print was done on the North Carolina Outer Banks. It was done for Linda a pen pal for 22 years. Hagan & his wife, Margaret, visited NC May 1974. Please indicate if you are aware of this print. I have typed information by Linda Bowermaster on the back. Please contact me, Jon Montgomery
Jon Jones Montgomery <Jon_Montgomery@msn.com>
Richmond, Va. USA - Friday, December 14, 2001 at 11:45:09 (CST)
Stunning site - good work thats really influencing many students across the world - ta very much!
Hetty <dwarfy83@hotmail.com>
UK - Monday, November 26, 2001 at 16:30:52 (CST)
Oh! What a wonderful site. My students like this site very much. I'll return here often. Good luck!!!!
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Suwon, South Korea - Monday, November 12, 2001 at 00:32:22 (CST)
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Bledsoe, PA USA - Thursday, November 08, 2001 at 00:16:25 (CST)
I like this site. Keep it up!
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Oakville, ON Canada - Monday, November 05, 2001 at 18:02:57 (CST)
I must admit it is an awesome site!My best wishes to you all! Peace!
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New Orleans, LA United States - Sunday, October 28, 2001 at 20:46:14 (CST)
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cybok <cybokian@hotmail.com>
USA - Friday, October 26, 2001 at 14:42:30 (CDT)
Hi there! I just bumped into your site, and I kind of enjoyed it. Keep it up! :-) Au revoir! Take care!
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New Orleans, LA United States - Monday, October 22, 2001 at 23:03:55 (CDT)
Hello from Alabama! Your site is very interesting! Keep up the good job. :-)
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Springfield, AL United States - Monday, October 22, 2001 at 21:10:32 (CDT)
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UT United States - Friday, October 19, 2001 at 19:46:30 (CDT)
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Buffalo, NY USA - Friday, October 19, 2001 at 13:07:01 (CDT)
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Toronto, ON Canada - Friday, October 19, 2001 at 10:28:07 (CDT)
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USA - Thursday, October 18, 2001 at 20:57:53 (CDT)
Hi from Canada!
Mila Jackson <mila.max@sympatico.ca>
Toronto, ON Canada - Wednesday, October 17, 2001 at 13:40:11 (CDT)
I misspelled my email address on my last mail to you. Anyways, keep the site up!
Eldon Barclay <eldonba@mtaonline.net>
Collegedale, CA USA - Wednesday, October 17, 2001 at 01:09:52 (CDT)
You will be hearing from me soon. Thanks
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Lake Charles, MI USA - Tuesday, October 16, 2001 at 23:58:10 (CDT)
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Henderson, KY USA - Tuesday, October 16, 2001 at 20:57:42 (CDT)
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Naches, NY USA - Tuesday, October 16, 2001 at 18:19:56 (CDT)
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The Wolf People <wolfpeople@hollywood.com>
Wolfahein, CA USA - Monday, October 15, 2001 at 21:53:01 (CDT)
I think your site is great!
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Can Francisco, BC United States - Saturday, October 06, 2001 at 17:30:59 (CDT)
Hi Mike, early Wilm. transplant & reader of expresso tilt. Just read your Nimoy e-page. tee hee. In about 1968, I saw LN perform in a theatrical production of "Visit to a Small Planet" at a local dinner theatre in the midwest, accompanied by my parents. At the time, most people had that play associated with Jerry Lewis (guess you had to be there)... So the producers wanted Nimoy to wear wax "Spock" ears, to capitalise on his Star Trek success - but he refused, on the excuse that they looked "like Dumbo ears." He performed, at the Pheasant Run Dinner Theatre, St Charles, IL, in his own ears - and though to this day not what I would consider a virtuoso performance (time, I'm sure, being short), at least an original one, his own. I got an autograph and what would have been a memorable evening even if he hadn't (become) (gotten more) famous. Like you. see you at fringe, Audrey
audrey <audrey.pittman@usa.dupont.com>
Wilmington, DE USA - Friday, October 05, 2001 at 13:31:09 (CDT)
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San Clemente, CA USA - Thursday, October 04, 2001 at 18:35:41 (CDT)
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queens, ny USA - Sunday, September 30, 2001 at 21:24:05 (CDT)
not a `bony lass' by conventional stds., but she got my attn.! will add URL to my fav in hope that you can still be wierd and add some `beauty'...hmmm
Druid <prodius3@hotmail.com>
Scarboro, on Canada - Thursday, September 13, 2001 at 21:47:12 (CDT)
Liked the site. Thanks!
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Toronto, ON Canada - Thursday, September 06, 2001 at 15:54:54 (CDT)
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France - Friday, August 31, 2001 at 10:49:44 (CDT)
PS If you want to see a truly beautiful reinterpretation, go to www.speakeasy.org/~anitra/writing/essay/station.html
USA - Wednesday, August 22, 2001 at 23:21:32 (CDT)
This is about the stations of the cross. I'm all for reinterpretations, but it's obvious that this was done just to be provocative. When people stop looking at sites like this one, the "artists" will give up. It's like the controversy in New York over the Met and that awful picture of Mary smeared with feces. Heresy does not a good artist make.
USA - Wednesday, August 22, 2001 at 23:15:08 (CDT)
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Satan's Cardinal <cardinal@angelfire.com>
., - Wednesday, August 22, 2001 at 12:25:14 (CDT)
Nice site...
clipart <vphlfse@friendsfan.com>
USA - Wednesday, August 15, 2001 at 16:02:18 (CDT)
Really enjoyed the website. Thank You!
Kansas City Missouri
USA - Saturday, August 11, 2001 at 16:18:29 (CDT)
Enjoyed your website.
Rhonda Harris
USA - Monday, August 06, 2001 at 02:32:49 (CDT)
Great Site.
Lisa Davis
USA - Thursday, August 02, 2001 at 04:32:29 (CDT)
really enjoyed carol nowak's work. thanks for the great site.
leef tallbird <combrey@cs.com>
USA - Sunday, July 29, 2001 at 11:29:30 (CDT)
Just wanted to correct u on something. "Mifune" is not Dutch it's Danish. But cool site u have. Very helpfull.
Zoren <N/A>
KBH, Denmark - Saturday, July 28, 2001 at 10:28:15 (CDT)
I like to see quality sites still exist.
USA - Wednesday, July 25, 2001 at 14:54:08 (CDT)
laloo 1 has also a mystic interpretation if we see the Capitalist system absorbing the blood, energy and forces of each citizen on earth... Congratulations! The full collection is amazing!
tony bedolla <aaba0719@avantel.net>
mexico city, mexico mexico- - Saturday, July 14, 2001 at 18:14:37 (CDT)
Susan Hagen, interested in a carved "Gentle Shepherd". I would appreciate an answer. thank you
ida g. harris <iharris@kih.net>
franklin, KY United States - Saturday, July 14, 2001 at 11:37:55 (CDT)
hey, I've got some comic strips on my site and I was sondering if anyone would go look at them and tell me what they think. Oh yeah, I'm a "goth",BOOOOOO. bleah.
Metranome0 <serequoy@hotmail.com>
snohomish, wa USA - Saturday, June 30, 2001 at 22:42:07 (CDT)
great site!
kamal <kamal@tripod.cl>
USA - Saturday, June 30, 2001 at 13:29:47 (CDT)
Greeting from Israel!
Hagit <chagit73@walla.co.il>
Israel - Wednesday, June 27, 2001 at 15:42:29 (CDT)
after having the pleasure to take a couple of tina newberry's classes i finally got to view her work (after weeks of depressive unemployment in georgia)...it suddenly came to me that i had the link and hadn't looked at it yet. i was so impressed with her use of color (because quite frankly i'm just plain BAD) and figures (not to mention the little comments and quips) and then i realized there were no schmoodgies, or armitures there hehe but a prolific use of the word hiney....thanks so much tina for not letting us all down with your great talent! see you next year! *disclaimer for my website: read the poetry all you like, but the artwork hasn't been updated in centuries so be kind....i'm still growing!*
Courtney <faerymoon2@cs.com>
Philadelphia, PA USA - Monday, June 25, 2001 at 00:11:14 (CDT)
Thanks for the site, it looks great!
Fat Fantasies <prana@hotmail.com>
USA - Sunday, June 24, 2001 at 05:37:15 (CDT)
Susan Hagen's Romulus and Remus: is it for sale?
Massimo Medici <todoortobe@aol.com>
menlo park, ca USA - Wednesday, June 20, 2001 at 12:29:48 (CDT)
great site!
rajini <rajini@tripod.de>
USA - Monday, June 11, 2001 at 10:34:06 (CDT)
Your information are useful for me !!. You may visit Bali and have a nice day man..!
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Denpasar, Bali Indonesia - Thursday, June 07, 2001 at 04:06:01 (CDT)
Dear Sirs, Since some time I work on a development that could describe himself as "Trompe l'oeils" three dimensional. I send you 2 littel and elemental sample jpg (21 - 17 kb) In my opinion it has good applications in the decoration indoor, landscapes, urbanism, art, gardening, advertisement, floors, neon, grates, vitrals, fences, etc. Feasible in all material, even of light or shade. If you want it, with a view to a possible collaboration, and without commitment some, I can send you by email some simple example with one, two or three points of view for the same object. It is of "jpg" or "Avis mpeg" of between 15 and 100 kb This is an unique message. Sincerely and while waiting of the for your news Ulises Sarry
Sarry <3d@3dnauta.com>
Spain - Tuesday, June 05, 2001 at 10:07:28 (CDT)
We really enjoyed your website. Great work! Please have also a look on our art platform. Greetings from Switzerland/Zurich
Zurich, ZH Switzerland - Tuesday, May 29, 2001 at 02:57:37 (CDT)
Hey! June 1st is coming fast. RUN! Don't walk, RUN to: http://www.missioncreep.com/schaechter/jsboard/index.htm Tell Anwar, he's a pinhead. And hip, hip, hooray for Vermont Senator Jeffords. Piss on conservatives everywhere.
Jeff <jeff@sgobbare.com>
Pawtucket, RI USA - Saturday, May 26, 2001 at 10:51:02 (CDT)
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Sweden - Saturday, May 26, 2001 at 05:59:58 (CDT)
Great site. Just surfed in.
Magic Rates <info@magicrates.com>
Orlando, FL USA - Thursday, May 24, 2001 at 21:19:51 (CDT)
Let us all worship Our Lord Satan : www.angelfire.com/weird/antichristian
Jesus <.>
Hades, . 666 - Wednesday, May 16, 2001 at 16:54:08 (CDT)
aster fazal <asterfazal@yahoo.com>
LAHORE, PU PAKISTAN - Monday, April 30, 2001 at 23:00:54 (CDT)
great site
USA - Friday, April 27, 2001 at 09:08:32 (CDT)
cool site
USA - Thursday, April 26, 2001 at 12:38:30 (CDT)
Interesting stuff. Glad to see that you are taking wood carving beyond its normal boundaries. Best of luck, from another wood sculptor.
Steff Rocknak <steffrocknak@yahoo.com>
USA - Sunday, April 22, 2001 at 14:59:49 (CDT)
You are a very disillusioned individual for I am mrs. keith richards
kelly thumm
USA - Wednesday, April 18, 2001 at 12:31:55 (CDT)
Hi, Are you want to drive with Pamela with your own Music band and start singing. For Pamela watch out http://www.jamwithpam.com./ And move your feet and Voice with Pamela. Bye
USA - Saturday, April 14, 2001 at 04:42:45 (CDT)
Re: Judith Schaechter....getting, gotten married? Atfirst this news devastated me more than the death of my own Mother. But I wish her well. They say atleast 50% of all American marriages fail...so any broken hearts of which I am sure there are many may I suppose continue to enjoy her art from afar. Still, I am wanting to be just a little critical of her whole statement as it were...I remain uneasy about the ease with which she accepts an abstract painter's award while voicing contempt for "meaningless arty brushstrokes"...and the way her outstanding & beautiful craftsmanship can be so easily associated with what I find to be a very banal "artzone" ie: the whole cartoon underground movement, which has its own magazines stuffed with ads for t-shirts and rings and all manner of crap emblazoned with skulls and heavymetal rock imagery?
Poe's Wife
USA - Tuesday, April 10, 2001 at 07:46:22 (CDT)
When web Ç? went on a trip, I arrived at this great site. I am strange, and a feeling is good. I cannot express it with Japanese well, but I am very mysterious and am happy. Agein, I visit you.
naritada <gironbo@anet.ne.jp>
Tokyo, Japan - Tuesday, April 03, 2001 at 16:21:02 (CDT)
HALIFAX, NS CANADA - Sunday, April 01, 2001 at 10:57:36 (CDT)
You are a creep. Who are you to say that fat people have always been a side show. Ruben paintings of thicker women was not to be made fun of. It was and still is a beautiful picture. You're the joke.
Lydia <Keshiabay@msn.com>
USA - Thursday, March 29, 2001 at 07:26:42 (CST)
great site
USA - Wednesday, March 28, 2001 at 00:56:00 (CST)
well, the whole site is a little sickening... but i have to admit that all the stories that you have for "staions of the cross" are absolutely amazing! i mean did u guys actually write them?? I really enjoyed the stories..it tells whats "really going on" in todays society
Sheena <sassysheena@hotmail.com>
ottawa , canada - Wednesday, March 21, 2001 at 15:11:59 (CST)
I think this is sick O.K. you should not be making fun of jesus that way alright.And by the way i think you should take this out.
none of your business <for me to know and you to find out>
philadelphia, pa USA - Tuesday, March 20, 2001 at 18:41:51 (CST)
Beautiful style of rendering best hand with graeart mind
arunkalwankar <arunkalwankar@yahoo.com>
bombay, maharastra India - Tuesday, March 20, 2001 at 02:12:00 (CST)
Anonymous <anonymous@anonymous.com>
LALALAND, LA LALAND - Saturday, March 17, 2001 at 22:18:56 (CST)
To depict any modern tribulations or annoyances as comparing to the crucifixtion of Christ is truly disgusting. Do you hold nothing sacred? Does everything have to be cast in the cynical degrading light of todays world. Just because you can draw this, must you? Must everything of the past be desecrated to feed your own sense of self worth because you can't live up to the time honored truths of right and wrong. Yes you can draw but no beauty or even relevance comes from your strokes. It is despicable your work even comes up in search engines under this topic. I'll not say rot in hell or other cliches, your own life must be comparable to that now if you feel satified after producing this. It may be art in the sense you made it and it has been diplayed but it has no soul and means absolutely nothing except to those that have turned their backs on polite society or have faith in nothing but instant gratification and tearing down that which is and has always been right or good
Prime <feldspar@intergrafix.net>
NY USA - Thursday, March 15, 2001 at 21:23:24 (CST)
I love you, Bill Amundson. Let's make babies.
Acidophilus Rex <dsgreen@rmi.net>
USA - Monday, March 12, 2001 at 22:49:33 (CST)
Joey <motograter@yahoo.com>
Santa Barbara, CA USA - Friday, March 09, 2001 at 16:49:27 (CST)
Quite simply brilliant!
Back Forward Comics by Will Ferret <badgerlandstudios@yahoo.com>
San Francisco, CA USA - Sunday, March 04, 2001 at 01:45:12 (CST)
the devil on the toilet thing: i took a medieval studies course in college and learned that having a bowel movement was considered conversing with hell - there are books on the subject - good stuff, that....
USA - Thursday, March 01, 2001 at 17:15:28 (CST)
I'm a woman priest and I was looking for something original for my Lent course - we're studying the stations of the cross - came across your site! Wow the congregation are just going to love the Lent study this time round. Great stuff! keep it up! God bless!
Rev Jolly <secnarf@btinternet.com>
Coventry, UK - Tuesday, February 27, 2001 at 04:09:59 (CST)
i like them all
kenny stacy <galaxieman1962>
naples,, florida USA - Wednesday, February 21, 2001 at 22:48:41 (CST)
In reference to Mitch Gillette's art..Wow! Great work, wonderful execution and conception. Strangely, he fails to cite Dali as an influence. But that's a minor point, his use of form and color are wonderful, his imagery is consistently imaginative, and his works speak to you so directly and cleanly! Bravo. http://homepages.msn.com/HobbyCt/jamfitz/
FitzGerald, James J <jamfitz001@hotmail.com>
Cincinnati, Oh USA - Saturday, February 17, 2001 at 08:37:00 (CST)
I truly love the sound and smell of a good smelly, very meaty fart, don't you? If you say no than you're a liar. As America best christian I would know that more than anyone else, since I always sit in a pew where you would not believe the farts. I can feel the rumble in the seat when someone is cutting one. Oh well, I love it.
Mrs. Betty Bowers <betty@bettybowers.com>
Atlanta, Ga USA - Tuesday, February 13, 2001 at 13:40:05 (CST)
Bonnie: Very awesome. I have already gotten into your style--I like it mucho,even though our styles are quite different. I am a fellow artist. We artists stick together. Check out my site if you have a minute http://Recoverygames.homestead.com/artgallery
Artchee <artchee@msn.com>
Huntingotn, ca USA - Friday, February 09, 2001 at 12:46:16 (CST)
Fredericton, NB January 31, 2001 Dear Judith: I discovered you by taking Google up on its challenge to do a search and "get lucky" first time out. Boy, did I ever! Who would have ever believed you could discover great art and a new voice by searching for a "FUCKUP"? Do you do churches? Break a leg. Well, break ANOTHER leg. Cheers, TERRENCE PETER
Terrence Peter <tell7@yahoo.com>
Perth-Andover, NB, NB Canuckle - Wednesday, January 31, 2001 at 19:21:21 (CST)
I was surfing to collect prayers for the LIVING STATIONS and I thought this site will provide more in depth prayers but obviously the title you used misled a lot of Christians especially the Catholic christians who loved what Jesus did on the cross by taking my shame, your shame, and all the shame of humanity. His death gives us freedom to chose right from wrong and not be in bondage to Satan and all his lies. I don't blame some christian for getting so upset because the label you used has existed for over a thousand years and a simple test for artistry is creativity. I'm sure you could have been original with your titles and even more provocative. I'm also sure Jesus would not approve of such "art" and I'm sure you don't know Him that well at all. Find a priest,sister, or any preacher,pastor,etc. who will take the time to explain the scriptures which expounds and brings to life the only meaningful living stations which has stood the test of time and will continue to eternity. The lord bless you and keep you and let his face shine upon you so you may see Him face to face someday and bow down before Him --that is if you would just believe, seek His love for you and freedom from the grasp of the enemy-Satan who would love to devour any lost soul. Just as some of us read the comments, I would like to thank you for taking the time in reading this simple message.
Eugene Gasataya <yleg@earthlink.net>
Reno, Nv USA - Monday, January 29, 2001 at 20:23:14 (CST)
James Mundie's works are the truest depictions of humanity that I have seen in a -long- time. Mr. Mundie, I salute you on your talent and your vision.
Los Angeles, CA USA - Saturday, January 27, 2001 at 15:38:18 (CST)
I had to leave you a message saying that I thouroughly enjoyed the illustrations. You've definately created an interesting style to your work. Awesome!
Rachel Scott <poke4life@osupokes.com>
Stillwater, OK USA - Tuesday, January 23, 2001 at 14:25:38 (CST)
James, I really appreciate your works! They're fabulous and intelligent! I hope you'll keep up your works on this theme and make a complete collection (maybe publish a book?) Thanks for the works, good luck!
WT <wt_wt@sympatico.ca>
Montreal, QC CANADA - Thursday, January 18, 2001 at 01:56:16 (CST)
CLAREMONT, NH USA - Wednesday, January 17, 2001 at 14:49:47 (CST)
May you burn in HELL for your Blasphemy. Love, Ignats
Saint Ignats <saintiggy@compuserve.net>
San Diego, CA USA - Saturday, January 06, 2001 at 19:08:44 (CST)
I think that everything that was written, and all the pictures were very creative. some of it might be a little disturbing but that is how they might express themselves. And i think they did a very good job!!!!!!!!
felicia <sky143us@aol.com>
ocean city, nj USA - Tuesday, January 02, 2001 at 20:00:40 (CST)
Nice, but lacking in detail and photos of art work. We amatures are on a different level. I am a realist, use Oils, Love to do Personal residences for "supplies" money.Sold a few "M's", and have an inventory of around 100.
Don Boyd <boydd@iopener.net>
Marietta, Ga USA - Monday, January 01, 2001 at 07:49:23 (CST)
Forget the artwork Forget the literature Samuel Smith's Winter Ale is the best thing to come out of England (Yorkshire, check the label!)
Joe <werth01@erols.com>
Plymouth Meeting, PA USA - Sunday, December 31, 2000 at 23:57:04 (CST)
you forgot Johnny Eck (The real King of Freaks)
Lea Bricker <lea@bricker.net>
USA - Saturday, December 30, 2000 at 21:43:10 (CST)
Judith Schaechters' work amazed me! As a stained glass artist myself, I have long wanted to push the boundaries, but feared the reaction here in Australia would be negative. Now, I dont care! Í'm inspired. Marion
Marion Uithol <marionuithol@powerup.com.au>
Peregian Beach, Queensland Australia - Sunday, December 17, 2000 at 16:25:37 (CST)
Mitch Gillette is great. He needs more exposure. He also needs to get out of Philadelphia.
claude white <whiteck@airmail.net>
Dallas, TX USA - Tuesday, December 05, 2000 at 19:13:58 (CST)
shut the fuck up! She should work undercover for the POPE and depict the holohoax.
shut the fuck up
USA - Wednesday, November 29, 2000 at 20:40:30 (CST)
re: Judith Schaechter....I have an odd feeling...similar to how I feel about Cindy Sherman's work, this whole "look at me, Im a bad gurl" school?....could the talented miss Schaechter be hiding behind a kind of gimmick-goth-girl-pretty-sexy-death kinda thang? Punkety-rock.
Poe's Wife
USA - Wednesday, November 29, 2000 at 20:36:02 (CST)
I love you, but wish you would do landscapes or protraits, you are also very talented in that area!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Linda Stevens <pigssty>
Claremont, NH USA - Sunday, November 19, 2000 at 12:24:08 (CST)
This comment is for sissy poo, teenie weenie, and the aunt who loves me for my guitar(Tina Newberry). Your work is absolutely gorgeous darling! I'm still waiting for the self portrait.
Samantha DeVaney <samdevaney@yahoo.com>
Atlanta, GA USA - Friday, November 17, 2000 at 07:48:56 (CST)
The Stations of the cross....WOW!....Much more fun than the Grotto in Mallard, Iowa!!!
LorettaSibley <LorettaSibley@hotmail.com>
USA - Saturday, November 04, 2000 at 20:23:29 (CST)
nice site! check this out: www.rempage.com
remp <rempost@rempage.com>
holland - Friday, November 03, 2000 at 13:44:00 (CST)
To whom it may concern: I am a colored pencil Artist. I am a mixed-blood Native American. With Cherokee/Tuscarora on the Native side. Most of pieces are Native American in theme. However some are from my own emotions and imagination. I haven't made much money as an artist for a variety of reasons. For one, I am self taught. I have no formal education beyond high school. But I've been drawing since I was 3 or 4 years old. Another reason is that I have social anxiety disorder. I'm nearly 21 and have never had a job nor have I learned to drive or owned a car. Despite these things I have managed to accomplish something. I was published in the spring 1999 issue of Red Ink Magazine. Six of my drawings were published, unfortuneately in black and white, but the free publicity, though not much, was appreciated. The magazine can be contacted at: redink@u.arizona.edu Another accomplishment is the logo I designed. I designed the logo for "Barnacle Bill's Beach Bungalow". A kind of resort, so to speak, in Belize. It is a small cartoon of a man in a hammock. The design can be seen at www.gotobelize.com/barnacle It can also be seen on their business cards and the t-shirts they've just begun to make. Considering that I managed this, I was wondering if anyone had any other suggestions. I don't feel comfortable in public places without someone I know with me. And of course, they have to drive me there. So a friend of mine has helped me awful lot. But she and I can't seem to get a job. Perhaps until I do I could make some money doing freelance artwork as I did for Barnacle Bill's. If anyone has any suggestions please contact me at either: asgaya dihi79@aol.com or udohiyu@hotmail.com Thank you
Mathew <udohiyu@hotmail.com>
Denver, CO USA - Thursday, September 28, 2000 at 03:51:15 (CDT)
Good art work. Congratulation!!!! Keepit up............ Guest GB
GB <gbjaspal@home.com>
USA - Thursday, September 21, 2000 at 14:17:44 (CDT)
how do i submit to your page
eric bechelli <Eric4939@yahoo.com>
Normal, il USA - Tuesday, September 05, 2000 at 12:12:30 (CDT)
surfed in to B. Amundson's work and I love it! Very skillful, very entertaining. Thank you. -Suzanne Hill http://www.suite101.com/welcome.cfm/7131
Suzanne Hill <burgyndie@suite101.com>
Westminster, MD USA - Thursday, August 03, 2000 at 07:24:36 (CDT)
This note concerns Susan Hagen's stations of the cross. The images seem to be meaningless. They have no substance and have no strength. Why the number 14? Where did the artist steal this number from? Why not 12 stations? Why not 15 stations? The artist's strangely confused images remind me of the story about trying to teach your pet dog to sing in a symphony. It learns to make a pattern of sound, but it never understands what it's all about. It's sad see all that effort wasted in such meaningless results. Could it be that the artist is locked up inside of her private world and is unable to escape and, thus, drifts endlessly in confusion? Disappointed but moving on, charles.
irving, tx USA - Sunday, July 30, 2000 at 23:31:33 (CDT) Great Site!
- Wednesday, July 26, 2000 at 00:22:05 (CDT)
I think the topless bonnie lassies are tastefully done. I especially like the virgin with the golf club!!
Richard <Artfullyyours_2000@yahoo.com>
Madison, WI USA - Monday, May 22, 2000 at 07:48:58 (CDT)
Incredibly inspirational and moving work- can't wait to see it tonight in DC!
Amy Roszmann <aroszmann@morrisonclark.com>
Washington, DC USA - Wednesday, May 10, 2000 at 16:06:48 (CDT)
I saw your website while surfing the net and wondered if you would be interested in displaying your fine works on our craft mall site. Sincerely, Duretta Gruber, Art From The Heart
Duretta Gruber <dgruber@art-craftmall.com>
Brownwood, TX USA - Tuesday, May 09, 2000 at 08:27:40 (CDT)
Online gallery seeking work from all artists of all mediums and genres - painters, poets, photographers, models, musicians, etc. Please visit "Spacepoet Universal Art" (www.spacepoet.com) if interested. Thanks.
MONTY <spacepoet@yahoo.com>
Malvern, PA USA - Monday, May 08, 2000 at 16:20:21 (CDT)
Tina Newberry's work is amazing. I can't tell you how much it has inspired me!
Jeff Cohen <rhinographic@earthlink.net>
Atlanta, GA USA - Saturday, May 06, 2000 at 00:54:42 (CDT)
This site is really marvelous. I haven't seen artwork as arresting as Tina Newberry's in an awfully long time! Stations of the Cross is haunting and beautiful; it's a shame that it has been so criticized. The fact that artists can be inspired by religion and religious stories and can interpret them in a personal way should be celebrated!
Julia Oldham <kindoku@yahoo.com>
Frederick, MD USA - Friday, May 05, 2000 at 11:46:37 (CDT)
Aloha, We are artists/craftswomen & men from Maui. We are emailing Artists and Crafters after having viewed the contents of their web sites because. . . We are expanding our website to include new categories for paintings, sculpture, quilts and more. We are looking for artwork and products made by hand. We viewed your site and we love your work. At the core of what we are doing is the 90/10 split meaning that the maker of each piece we sell on our site will receive 90% of the retail sale. We are doing this because we recognize that marketing on the Internet allows for very low overhead and more importantly we are not greedy. We need to make ends meet and if our efforts are successful we will do very well for ourselves with 10% of the gross. If you were to allow us to put you work on our site we would work with you toward our mutual benefit. If you have an interest in what we are doing please contact us at: info@kristenchiara.com or reply to this email. At present our website offers the handcrafted jewelry that we make (from scratch). You can view our site to get a feeling of our humble beginnings by clicking on the link below. Regards, Robert Gann Internet Marketing & Sales Kristen Chiara & Co.
Robert Gann <Robert C Gann>
Pukalani, HI USA - Tuesday, April 25, 2000 at 07:44:21 (CDT)
it seems there are too many people here picking and bashing at your drawings, at least you are not afraid to show your talent :) best of luck
cyndee <mysticdancer@earthlink.net>
pasadena, ca USA - Friday, April 21, 2000 at 17:40:46 (CDT)
this is really unuseful. it is very gay!!!!
Hugh Jass <hughjass@aol.com>
San Fransico, CA USA - Sunday, April 16, 2000 at 13:51:36 (CDT)
I love your site very much. Very enjoyable. Keep up the good work.
The Canvas Art Board.

TeAnne <yeletah@yahoo.com>
Perth, WA Australia - Monday, April 10, 2000 at 19:41:11 (CDT)
Wow...wow...this stuff is beautiful. I don't feel quite so freakish anymore. :)
Fritz <fgschneider@hotmail.com>
Savannah, GA USA - Monday, April 10, 2000 at 18:35:24 (CDT)
all this stuff was really interesting...come to my page and read my poetry!
Alana <starxtrash@aol.com>
eh, NY USA - Sunday, April 09, 2000 at 14:54:15 (CDT)
I received your response to my e mail, To inform you Christ is still alive in each one of us, and I doubt that he'd appreciate being mocked in such a vulgar form of "art". I still find your representation of his Sacrafice and love offensive. I do not plan on changing my mind so please do not contact me again.
Michele <chellene@netscape.net>
USA - Thursday, April 06, 2000 at 06:47:47 (CDT)
Mitch Gillette - your art is challenging and thought-provoking. I really like the use of color and the social commentary aspects.
Tracy <kitara_iliana@hotmail.com>
Lexington, KY USA - Wednesday, April 05, 2000 at 12:48:11 (CDT)
This comment is in reply to all of the recent attacks on the Stations of the Cross site in this guestbook. The site is at http:/www.missioncreep.com/stations

First of all, I would like to know what you are attacking. Are you attacking the stories, the carvings, or just the very idea of it? Did you actually look at the carvings or read the stories?

I also want to say that your attacks on the stations are misguided. There is nothing in the stations that criticizes Christians or the Catholic church. We simply used some of the ideas, themes, details, and structure from the stations and applied them to different types of content. It really is not intended as an attack on the church, and I can't see how you can interpret it that way. This is so obvious, it seems silly to even have to explain it.

And did you really think your attacks on us were Christian? Isn't it ironic that people who call themselves Christian behave so viciously? To tell you the truth, I think that Christ would not be offended at all by the Stations. I think he would approve of them.

Anyone else who has actually reviewed the Stations is invited to add their comments to this guestbook.
Mike Walsh <mcreep@netreach.net>
missionCREEPville, PA USA - Tuesday, April 04, 2000 at 01:49:13 (CDT)

how does one contact Susan for a gallery show?
lynda hagerstrom <lynda@lenoxjudaica.com>
lenox, ma USA - Monday, April 03, 2000 at 20:08:44 (CDT)
Thanks for posting your unique images on the web for us to see. I really enjoyed looking at them. Keep up the great work, brother!
John Carlton <ixora@blarg.net>
Tacoma, WA USA - Wednesday, March 29, 2000 at 18:07:50 (CST)
bill, wonderful site and self-portraits;gone with the wind should have been black and white, too; look in the july 19, 1999 new yorker, pg.52, if you haven't seen it already; a wonderful piece called "the sultan of stuff." cheers, bob terrill
donner, party of eight <inez@frii.com>
ft collins, ok kleptomania - Monday, March 27, 2000 at 20:13:01 (CST)
Dark - dark - dark. I like it. I had a nightmare about trying to run home from a remote site in underpants with LOTS of people around. Scary in more ways than one. ... and you have it on stained glass. ha ha ha
Richard Walker <rlwalker@granis.net>
Pensacola, FL USA - Monday, March 27, 2000 at 11:39:49 (CST)
Great art work and site!
Ken <kenfujii@neti.com>
Japan - Monday, March 27, 2000 at 00:09:49 (CST)
I just was viewing your little stations of the cross. Yeah. Please, send me but a small portion of the narcotic that so dulled your senses that you would "create" such a ridiculous bunch of crap. If this is "art", just imagine what a photo of my last bowel movement in a jade bowl could bring in at your next art show. Hmmmmm......
Jeff Novak <joesfunhouse@hotmail.com>
northeast, OH USA - Sunday, March 26, 2000 at 01:24:13 (CST)
What a shame that you cannot merit attention for your work through your own merit, not that this work has any; but have to resort to using Holy Mother Church to funnel in your audience. Why did you name this "Stations of the Cross"? I knew from the site description that this was not Catholic, yet I wondered how could one replicate the "stations" without Christ? Unfortunately your attempt was pathetic. You should be ashamed--not because you try in vain to mock the Church; but rather because your work has no meaning, artistic quality, or creativity. It is sad that you would waste your God given talents.
USA - Saturday, March 25, 2000 at 23:51:57 (CST)
You are discusting and an insult to your creator.
avoona parent
neworleans, la USA - Saturday, March 25, 2000 at 14:12:16 (CST)
I believe that since this contains no religious content, and no religious afiliation, that you should have at least had the good taste to give it a non-religious name. This is offensive to Catholics who have a devotion to the REAL stations of the cross. I find this sacriligious. I pray for you and your conversion.
USA - Thursday, March 23, 2000 at 09:42:19 (CST)
your stations are very sad. You must not know Our Lord. If you did, you could never do such a thing. I will pray for you to know the love of Jesus
USA - Wednesday, March 22, 2000 at 13:12:30 (CST)
Hello i would have emailed you but couldn't find your email on your web site so i thought i would write you a comment. I was wondering how i would go about getting stories published on your web site? I am from Harrisburg PA. Any info you could give me would help me in my quest. Thank you.
Ron Hoon <ronhoon@yahoo.com>
clovis, nm USA - Monday, March 13, 2000 at 22:07:52 (CST)
Wow! Who invited all the missionary creeps to the guest book??
Judith Schaechter
USA - Friday, March 10, 2000 at 14:33:24 (CST)
I do not find you the least bit amusing, I pity you for your lack of intelligence and grace may Our Lord Jesus Christ have mercy on you for such a reprehensible site.
Michele <chellene@netscape.net>
Pa USA - Friday, March 10, 2000 at 07:26:35 (CST)
your "stations of the cross" are sickening. this is obviously just another "artistic" attack on the catholic church. why do we not see other religions attacked like the catholic church? no one would ever be able to get away with showing a photo of Torah scrolls covered with animal dung because it's not "correct" (I would never approve of that, I'm just using it as an example.) Leave the church and her traditions alone. try creating some real "art" instead of the pathetic garbage you call art.
sarah <mirabile@mindspring.com>
USA - Wednesday, March 08, 2000 at 15:03:13 (CST)
Hello this is afrochick8. I just want to say that those self portriats really sucked big hard cock!!!! what are they supposed to mean anyways??? Maybe the artist should go back to frying burgers at that old burger joint!1 okay? OKAY!!!!!
bianca <afrochick8@aol.com>
w.greenwich, RI USA - Monday, February 21, 2000 at 21:20:57 (CST)
www.findmeanartist.com offers an online gallery withut charging fees or commissions. A collector/buyer would contact the artist directly. The site offers 4 categories, ranging from paintings to furniture. The artist can create and control portfolios in as many subcategories as he likes. Each portfolio consists of up to six jpeg formatted images. The size and format of the image is crucial. It's FREE -it's fun... an "instruction" bar can be found on the gome page. Check it out ! Ivan Marsh imarsh@findmeanartist.com
ivan marsh <imarsh@findmeanartist.com>
USA - Monday, February 21, 2000 at 12:56:13 (CST)
Tina Newberry's paintings are astonishing,beautiful,erotic,well crafted (I'm running out of adjectives) They made me want to start painting again.Thank you so much !!!! Mike Verne
Michael Verne <mverne@cub.kcnet.org>
Castanea, PA USA - Saturday, February 19, 2000 at 13:57:47 (CST)
Stations of the cross were heavy duty good stuff
John Dash <dash@rochester.rr.com>
Fairport, NY USA - Saturday, February 05, 2000 at 12:39:02 (CST)
Excellent Craftsmanship
Maam mammark <mammark>
USA - Saturday, February 05, 2000 at 08:31:35 (CST)
I am interested in purchasing a piece I saw at the Cherry Creek Art Festival. It was a color drawing with a horizon line with many different fast food restaurants. Are there prints? Do you have other similar peices. Thanks.
Dawn Yager <yagerd@ritsema-lyon.com>
denver, cp USA - Thursday, January 27, 2000 at 11:02:46 (CST)
Telephone's in Art... When I veiwed "Broken Telephone" by Ted Adams it made me think of how bad Bell Atlantic sucks. http://missioncreep.com/adams/telephone.html Please break the phone company and take a picture of that for us :) -w. Slackstone
Winston Slackstone <root@subzulu.com>
phlia, st no thanks - Saturday, January 22, 2000 at 00:06:45 (CST)
Hey there! Judith S. suggested I check out this site and I'm sure glad i did. I couldn't stay too long on this visit, but I looked at Sarah, Judith, Tina and Susan's pages and learned new stuff and saw new stuff. Excellent! I'll be back
Astrid Bowlby <ksfas@ix.netcom.com>
Philadelphia, PA USA - Thursday, January 20, 2000 at 19:33:10 (CST)
This site is a major find in my excavation of the web. I'll no doubt be back over and over. I was amazed by Judith Schaecter's use of a neglected medium. Modern day iconography is one of my pet concepts to start with, but her work is stunning. I sure hope she gets to hear this.
Cody Yarbrough <cody_yarbrough@yahoo.com>
Eugene, OR USA - Tuesday, January 11, 2000 at 10:51:34 (CST)
Bill Amundson's work continues to grow, beyond wit and style to a sarcastic artistic voice that makes me laugh out loud and think (but not at the same time).
Kate Forgach <kforgach@ascribe.org>
various, USA - Saturday, January 08, 2000 at 18:02:15 (CST)
liked it
lllll <WWW2nnn.net>
USA - Tuesday, January 04, 2000 at 11:24:01 (CST)
abigail <abby@citynet.net>
charleston, wv USA - Sunday, January 02, 2000 at 13:02:09 (CST)
woman in sheep clothing i found this piece really well done because of the fine detail on the sheeps wool great job, keep it up
jeremiah butts
magna, utah USA - Sunday, January 02, 2000 at 00:30:38 (CST)
Mike: So glad you sent over a reminder e-mail. The site is great! I love Red and his linguistical gymnastics! Those are great links too. Whenever I get caught up in the day to day struggle of life, I listen to the "Tube Bar" tapes and I forget all about the hassle. Well, as Red would say,"Why you yellow bastard, ya' mutha fu*a coc*suc*er...I'll put da ZZ on both cheeks of your life! Jeff
Jeff Johnson <jjohnson@net1plus.com>
Leominster, MA USA - Wednesday, December 29, 1999 at 07:36:45 (CST)
VERY NICE WORK Please visit my site when you have the time
GR fitch <lodizay@hotmail.com>
Portland, OR USA - Thursday, December 23, 1999 at 18:02:33 (CST)
I thoroughly enjoyed this sight. I live right outside of Philadelphia in Delaware County and was wondering if you publish works that are sent to you.
Heather Reese <Phoebe516@yahoo.com>
Colwyn, Pa USA - Wednesday, December 15, 1999 at 12:54:50 (CST)
Have heard the Red tape on local radio station WRIF here in Detroit on numerous occassion's. Happened to be searching and found your site. Pretty cool site you have.
Mike <scroll62@hotmail.com>
Detroit, Mi USA - Thursday, November 11, 1999 at 19:15:40 (CST)
This page sucks!!! To all you catholics out there if you stay away from crap like this.
Eric Gallagher <ericgallagher@hotmail.com>
Sisseton, SD USA - Thursday, November 11, 1999 at 17:55:27 (CST)
WOW - this is a great site!! You are very talented. Hope all is well! Tell Marge I said HI!
Noelle Smiley <noelle.smiley@kutakrock.com>
Omaha, NE USA - Wednesday, November 10, 1999 at 14:35:26 (CST)
HALIFAX, CANADA - Tuesday, November 09, 1999 at 18:34:23 (CST)
Great site, Mike!
Shelli Hoyes <shoyes@sctcorp.com>
Malvern, PA USA - Tuesday, November 09, 1999 at 11:46:46 (CST)
what can I say...awesome stuff here. Good work.
John <john@dhdesign.com>
USA - Wednesday, November 03, 1999 at 17:22:21 (CST)
Hey, nice site, i love all of the art work. if you want to check out some of my art and poetry click on the link for my page
Andrew Chanler <Orlot@rocketmail.com>
NJ USA - Monday, November 01, 1999 at 16:22:55 (CST)
very good ! really .
Mike <mike@yahoo.com>
USA - Tuesday, October 19, 1999 at 02:06:11 (CDT)
not bad . but I think the red column doesn't look very nice .
Michael <Michael@hotmail.com,>
ny, USA - Tuesday, October 19, 1999 at 02:01:31 (CDT)
I am young 15 year bodybuilder who works out every day. After listening to Red I thouhgt it was so funny, I would never be able to lift weighs again
Steven <McLaren F 800>
brooklyn, N.Y. USA - Sunday, October 10, 1999 at 18:15:17 (CDT)
Your site is the best one yet !
Doctor Ivan
Cyber, DC USA - Saturday, October 02, 1999 at 21:01:07 (CDT)
spider man <spiderman@wwf.com>
hell, USA - Friday, October 01, 1999 at 16:04:32 (CDT)
Everything about your web site was so good it was EVIL!!!!! P.S.your evil too in a good way.
stefany Burrows <BLB@pfo.smcdsb.edu.on.ca>
Orillia, ont Canada - Thursday, September 30, 1999 at 12:16:03 (CDT)
i .... find your work, gellin, and glowing if you are interested, i would like to here your advice on a project i'm working on. cheers...
corba <jcorba89@aol.com>
ny, ny USA - Wednesday, September 29, 1999 at 16:35:38 (CDT)
enjoyed your article on red, enjoyed the links , i'll be back .if ya like pranks i got a few.
t arnett <todcod@preferred.com>
eliz, tn USA - Monday, September 27, 1999 at 22:10:33 (CDT)
I started to light my cigarette as I noticed the shuttle approaching the station. So I stuffed it back into the pack. It was gray. Everything was gray that day. It was drizzling rain, wet, and very cold - I liked it. I stood in New York City, it was April. I loved April. A junkie stood somewhat close to me waiting also for the shuttle. I could easily tell, he smelt of liquor and wore a lot of socks. I looked at his dead and numb face, and then turned to look at the green metallic doors of the shuttle open. Hundreds of people of all kinds came out: punks, businessmen and women, poor, bums, junkies, freaks, goths, and psychos. There were a lot of women with children on their hands. I moved towards the door, and squeezed in - shouts and smells came into my awareness. I tried to ignore all of the people and the horrible stench of grease. I never bothered to sit down at the shuttle, I never wanted to get involved with the pushing, instead I stood quietly by myself in the middle of the rest supported by nothing but my feet. I looked to my right: there was a strange looking boy with died hair and a pierced face standing and shaking his head to the motions that his headphones were directing him - he had his eyes closed. To my left: the junkie stood, staring blindly into the window of the shuttle. His eyes were gazing at the technological motion seen through the speed of the tunnels and lights - I could only imagine that he was thinking of his ecstasy. Coming out of the metal doors I quickly shoved the cigarette between my lips . . . "New York is a dangerous city, people get killed here" - I’m saying to myself. I exit unto a street, I walk, I steer away from the alleys, but still on any "healthy" street you can find the czars of cash, the junkies, the drunks, the poor, the normal, and the wonderful bouquet of colored street prostitutes. I’m wearing my black sweatshirt, I lift my hood over my face - I try not to look at the faces of the people, anyone with a whacked thought could go wild. I knew exactly where I was going, I make a turn to the store. A large yellow door, with black and white posters glued on one after the other. I go up the narrow, cold, stairs, with filth stuck between each step - gum and some puked spunk on the floor of the hallway that leads me to the bright red colored door - I must get in! As I walk with anticipation towards the door I look through the bars on the windows of the hallways - the city had become dark, and now it’s even lighter! I push the door - I see a metal room with people sitting there, some listening to music, others holding glow sticks and rings, girls are energetic and wild, boys are lost in their headphones, and there is the tag! The tag that I must buy - only 45 bucks! Enough! Just enough! I pay, get a ring, tagged - and swing through the door . . . . lights! Lights! Music! Music! Colors! Colors! And people so many people . . oh yes, I must now give up everything to just get on breath of ecstasy . . . and from pm to am I rave. Goodnight!Goodmorning!Energy! . . . . . I stand on the shuttle again, it’s 8am, it’s white. The colors are rugged and harsh - slow, 80s, music is playing the background of the shuttle. It’s light, it’s morning, people are in the shuttle and I need sleep, and rest. I know where I’m headed . . . I have an image. People get on the shuttle and go to their work, the city never sleeps. It’s 11 pm again, it’s Saturday again, it’s cold again, the people again are on the shuttle, I look to the right, I look to the left. I walk unto the dark city, I walk through the filth, and the drugs, and enter the small yellow door - and the shuttle . . .
the shuttle <vic_repin@hotmail.com>
USA - Saturday, September 25, 1999 at 19:27:08 (CDT)
How much do you charge for posting an artist's information?
Robert Davis <rob@mail14.com>
Atl, GA USA - Wednesday, September 22, 1999 at 23:41:38 (CDT)
jim gemmioll <jim_gemmill@ademco.com>
GB - Wednesday, September 22, 1999 at 05:34:41 (CDT)
You are very tallented and it is nice to see that I am not the only susan hagen that is an artist.
Susan Hagen <susieqhagen@icqmail.com>
mauston, wi USA - Wednesday, September 08, 1999 at 16:58:13 (CDT)
CarolNowak - I think your art work is really cool
Jeanette Nowak <nutsie6@hotmail.com>
Scotland, UK - Wednesday, September 08, 1999 at 14:05:12 (CDT)
Go to my site it's awesome. http://members.xoom.com/mcpranks
M.C. <mcpranks@xoom.com>
Sacramento, CA USA - Monday, September 06, 1999 at 20:33:36 (CDT)
Judith (Schaechter), I have NEVER, NEVER, NEVER read an artist's statement I liked more than yours. It has all the elements of great writing...humor, pathos, sex and death...and I'm still laughing. I'm severely tempted to steal it outright, word for word, for my next show and only the (remote) possiblility of a lawsuit and my staunch ethics keep me from doing it. I am, however, going to print it out and hang it on my wall and read it regularly to remind me that not all us artists are arrogant, pompous windbags. Thank you!
bobbi kirk <bckirk@harborside.com>
USA - Saturday, August 28, 1999 at 23:18:58 (CDT)
I enjoyed reading your story.
anuar <anuarsaad2HOTMAIL.COM>
MALAYSIA - Wednesday, August 25, 1999 at 03:23:14 (CDT)
JUST BEAUTIFUL!JUST BEAUTIFUL!JUST BEAUTIFUL!JUST BEAUTIFUL!JUST BEAUTIFUL!JUST BEAUTIFUL!JUST BEAUTIFUL! that´s what I think... it is just beautiful. every feeling is a color, every think is an artwork.
.pedroluis <pmogrovejo@yahoo.com>
madrid, 00 Spain - Saturday, August 21, 1999 at 13:33:08 (CDT)
your phylosophy are very stupid, about my religion... buy your art is elegant, you are a genius! is terrific!
Gabriel Cuevas Tornell <drcuevas99@hotmail.com>
México, DF mexico - Monday, August 09, 1999 at 16:13:50 (CDT)
Carol, I hope you are well, I have tried to get in touch. the work looks great, I can remember when you worked on it. Love to you John and of course your two girls Dave.
David Anderson <tartandave@yahoo.com>
Leeds, U.K - Monday, July 26, 1999 at 08:05:34 (CDT)
Art-on-a Stick. Bill, love your web site . Wish you could have joined us at our cottage this weekend. Pat made it. My life is crap-How's yours?
Marjie Hanssen <marjie@hhprealty.com>
Stoughton, wi USA - Tuesday, July 06, 1999 at 15:04:40 (CDT)
sorry. too serious. okay, i just didn't get into this webpage. i guess it's passable though. the crudeness was kind of a good change.
Allah-Ginsberg <mad_cow_sickness@hotmail.com>
USA - Monday, July 05, 1999 at 16:35:59 (CDT)
I don't understand why it was written. Was it supposed to explain to the world that prostitutes are people with problems? Was this story meant to evoke empathy? Well it did that, but it would have done it much better had the technical parts been worked out. Like all the time-changes and paragraph breaks could have been crafted more dilligently, and the writing could have been more consistent. Or was the 'sweet' beginning supposed to hook the reader into the rest? I think the transition from sweetness to ugly reality was very funny.
Allah_Ginsberg <mad-cow_sickness@hotmail.com>
Arizona, CA USA - Monday, July 05, 1999 at 16:31:42 (CDT)
Self... why are we ourselves???
Lawrence Chin <chinlaw@hotmail.com>
los angeles, CA USA - Tuesday, June 29, 1999 at 20:20:48 (CDT)
You're a genius, Man.

USA - Saturday, June 26, 1999 at 23:42:09 (CDT)
"& have you been / off of Earth before?" / i asked the woman.
terry cuthbert <terry.cuthbert@jesus.oxford.ac.uk>
jewelX, ZEROG - Saturday, June 26, 1999 at 17:04:58 (CDT)
Very cool!
USA - Friday, June 25, 1999 at 15:39:43 (CDT)
What an amazing waste of resources!
New York, NY USA - Thursday, June 24, 1999 at 17:12:51 (CDT)
n/a <n/a>
n/a, USA - Wednesday, June 23, 1999 at 15:07:27 (CDT)
Hello to Mitch--I just wanted to say Hi and that it was fun to see some more of your work. I am a frequent customer of the Eyeglass Encounters (I'm the guy who wants the red glasses, much to the dismay of my wife!)--so I've seen your work there but I never knew that they were YOUR paintings. Keep on keepin' on! --Douglas
Douglas Witmer <thutwitmer@juno.com>
Phila, PA USA - Thursday, June 17, 1999 at 17:52:27 (CDT)
Art on a stick: I thought all of the drawings were stupid and were worthless. anyone who would buy them is out of their mind!!!
USA - Wednesday, June 16, 1999 at 10:47:34 (CDT)
Hi my name is Vance O'Ree and im tring to do a family tree and I want to know about Willy O'Ree. My family settle in New jersey.
Vance O'Ree <vso10@aol.com>
Boston, Ma USA - Wednesday, June 09, 1999 at 19:02:29 (CDT)
Loved the article on Wanda Jackson. Recentltly picked up her greatest hits collection on a whim and am now addicted to her voice. Her combination of talent, musicianship and sexiness put Wanda up there with the greatest. Now I'm just waiting for the Bear Family to put out a box set of everything she's ever recorded.
John Schulz <jrschulz@bway.net>
Brooklyn, NY USA - Sunday, June 06, 1999 at 20:26:54 (CDT)
the site is very interesting. the artwork is great and i enjoyed everything i saw here. :o)
Alissa <cajungirly@hotmail.com>
LA USA - Sunday, June 06, 1999 at 19:56:56 (CDT)
Pure genius, Man.
Mufambo <Mufamb@aol.com>
Cov, RI USA - Sunday, June 06, 1999 at 09:10:05 (CDT)
A very good page
Hasan Comez <cevkor@bir.net.tr>
istanbul, turkey - Saturday, June 05, 1999 at 17:21:36 (CDT)
I'm not a big art fan, but your stuff is really cool, man!
neehall <neehall@hotmail.com>
Nappanee, IN USA - Thursday, June 03, 1999 at 20:53:48 (CDT)
Great Bio. Listen I have a 1961 tele that was played on her album "Live at Luckys" (I think that's the album name), Her band was Tex Wilburn, Bobby Butler, Mike Post and Billy Williams to whom the guitar belonged. I understand from Billy that Don Rich played the guitar for awhile while Billy played bass in Buck Owen's band. Buck tried to purchase the guitar from Billy who wouldn't sell. Billy told me that Roy Nichols from Merle Haggard's band also played it. I have jpeg if anyone is interested in buying this guitar. musicmusic@wfeca.net Thanks Bill
Bill Covington <musicmusic@wfeca.net>
Chipley, Fl USA - Tuesday, June 01, 1999 at 18:43:53 (CDT)
WASHINGTON, DC USA - Friday, May 28, 1999 at 21:50:37 (CDT)
i believe the space shuttle has learned a valuable lesson from my enormous cock. why would they even think of using mine as a model for their space endeavours.
larry michael
USA - Friday, May 21, 1999 at 18:59:09 (CDT)
I would really like to be informed when Wanda Jackson will ba tourin' the Dallas, Ft. Worth or Lubbock area. My girl is comin' out, from California, to be my wife and for the past year all she keeps talkin' about is Wanda Jackson. I told her to go to the Black and White Ball in S.F., but I would like to see Wanda with her, ya'll should see how her face lights up when she listens to her 45's, I would love to see her face at a show.
Sandy <sacredsickboy@hotmail.com>
Dyess AFB, TX USA - Wednesday, May 19, 1999 at 17:19:18 (CDT)
Great article on Wanda Jackson! Very informative. You guys might want to know that her touring in the U.S. has increased and she's in the middle of a 3 month U.S. tour right now. I saw her a couple of months ago and she rocked! There's a whole new generation getting turned on to her music. Her version of "Riot In Cell Block #9" is also on a new album called "Rebels & Outlaws - Music from the Wild Side of Life (w/Johnny Cash, Hank Thompson, Willie Nelson, etc. etc.) Keep up the great site!!!
Daddy Oh <daddy0413@netzero.net>
Venice Beach, CA USA - Saturday, May 15, 1999 at 13:07:38 (CDT)
Is that story about the tattooes really true? If so, that is amazing that people would do such a thing as to tattoo their "members" especially for money not for their own crazy ideas!!!
Kim Felice <kim@ntli.com>
New Brunswick, NJ USA - Wednesday, May 05, 1999 at 11:32:24 (CDT)
I really enjoyed the artwork- as a fellow artist, discovering other people's work for the first time always inspires me.Thanks & keep it up, your work is stunning. (Note: I am referring to the site of Mitch Gillete) Sincerely, Tia Blanton
tia <chinowee@pacbell.net>
La-La land, Ca USA - Monday, May 03, 1999 at 03:43:32 (CDT)
Re: Slackjaw. Loved it! I thought it was a novel when I ordered it. Mr. Knipfel, thank you for the great read! I laughed out loud in public many times while reading it, and I'm usually shy. Felt like I was with a friend. Thanks
Beanie and Cecil
USA - Friday, April 30, 1999 at 21:20:18 (CDT)
Hi I want to say congratulations on your music. Thinking music in the 60's was the way to go. Since Elvis Presley had something to do with you I want to be apart to. Now here it is the 90's music has completely changed and it doesn't even have the same meaning anymore. Everytime I think of the music the music you sing I get upspeakable joy but now the time has come that I must sign off. If you can find me in Michigan I'll be waiting for a letter from you and the head.
Fantasy II
Kalamazoo, MI USA - Thursday, April 29, 1999 at 07:30:53 (CDT)
Hi Mike.. Really nice homepage. Looking forward to your performance at Highwire in June!
Toshi Makihara <tosmos@voicenet.com>
Philadelphia, PA USA - Monday, April 26, 1999 at 23:08:49 (CDT)
Dan Valdez <radiodan81@excite.com>
Milwaukee, WI USA - Monday, April 26, 1999 at 17:03:56 (CDT)
Great info on Wanda, I really enjoyed it. I got to meet Ms. Jackson this past summer in CA, and I have a photo of her and me on my website in my "Lovlies" page. She is so cool and it was a true honor to have met her. You have written the best bio on Wanda I have ever read. Thanks, it was an enjoyable read.
Donrad <don_rad@yahoo.com>
Brooklyn, MI USA - Saturday, April 24, 1999 at 00:29:32 (CDT)
I think your carcings are awesome !!!! I have just got into carving and I like you work!! Just thought I would let you know... Oh hey I dont email everyone I see I say you are the 50th or so web site I saw befoe email!!
kevin delaney <klfdelan@stratos.net>
cleve, oh USA - Thursday, April 22, 1999 at 19:39:20 (CDT)
I really enjoyed the carvings by Susan Hagen, very well executed and well thought out.The nudes should be classics.Thanks for being here.
Joe McCuaig <Wood_dog52@yahoo.com>
Copemish, Mi USA - Thursday, April 22, 1999 at 18:45:25 (CDT)
This is about Mr. Knipfel's piece about Gorbachev. I simply wanted to let you know that your article had one slight problem. The piece should say the August Coup and not the November Coup. Most respectfully A. Stines
April Stines <stines.2@osu.edu>
Columbus, OH USA - Wednesday, April 21, 1999 at 15:03:22 (CDT)
I really enjoyed the article on Willie O'Ree. I'm black and I've wanted to become a hockey player since I started watching the sport four years ago. This is something that I can look at and say, If he can do it, why can't I?
William Higginbotham <kholdstone@hotmail.com>
Milford, DE USA - Tuesday, April 20, 1999 at 07:53:38 (CDT)
Great art work and site! Come to my site 1st one man show April 28th come check it out!!
David Michael Gerbstadt
USA - Monday, April 19, 1999 at 08:32:39 (CDT)
Great site and beautiful carvings . Very original and unique ,WOOD you consider linking Jack
Jack St Amour <stamour@kos.net>
Kingston, Canada - Sunday, April 18, 1999 at 06:39:31 (CDT)
Thank God for Knipfel.
Maya <maya@zzz.zzz>
New York, NY USA - Sunday, April 11, 1999 at 20:42:26 (CDT)
The station you have depicted here are as sick as their creator. You are playing with fire and you will get burned! I guess that explains why this world is so messed up its becasue of sickos like you!
Robert <aaaaaa@aaa.aaa>
Waterbury, CT USA - Friday, April 09, 1999 at 00:20:44 (CDT)
Mike I can't deal with this. I submitted my comment for all to see and spelled my email address wrong. How do I change it? I can't DO anything right. Anyway, for the record I "hit" myself. Tina N.
Tina Newberry <Tinaberry1@juno.com>
PHiladelphia, pa USA - Wednesday, April 07, 1999 at 23:37:53 (CDT)
Mike, How the hell do I answrr the emailers or writer-iners that are in your gueast book. It has been months but maybe some of them are still alive. Help? Yer pal Tina N
Tina Newberry <Tinabery1@juno .com>
phila, PA USA - Wednesday, April 07, 1999 at 23:32:28 (CDT)
Roz warren's, short was excellent, well enjoyed. el
El <elvina@dnet.co.uk>
belfast, n.ireland - Wednesday, April 07, 1999 at 08:57:36 (CDT)
The stories on this page are amazing. It would be greatly appericated if you could check mine out some time from the URL above.
Kris <mentally.insane@tip.zzn.com>
Fay, Ark USA - Saturday, April 03, 1999 at 11:24:40 (CST)
you yelloe rat bastads
eddie o
howell, nj USA - Monday, March 29, 1999 at 21:52:54 (CST)
Hi Mike,I'm back on-line. I love the site, it looks great.Especially nice to see after the shitty review in todays Inquirer. But that guy's been slamming my work for 14 years. He doesn't like content,among other things.
Sarah McEneaney <sarahmce@netreach.net>
Phila, PA USA - Sunday, March 28, 1999 at 12:46:07 (CST)
This website is great! I've bookmarked it and I will definitely be back to it many times! Thank you!
Barry Wood, 27/Mar/1999:13:46:38
Your work is inspiring. I am an artist and I work at http://artmecca.com in San Francisco. We are rapidly evolving into an art portal, including museums and arts education and research links. Take a look at the site and if you'd like to link, there is no charge. You can either link as an artist or as a gallery. Let me know what you think of the site and if you'd like to expand your cybergallery. Best Wishes,
Alexandra Manion, e-mail to: alex_artmecca@hotmail.com
you should have pic's of underage teens
unknown, 14/Mar/1999:02:45:01
I am very impressed with Tina Newberry's work. I feel that she is really talented. keep up the wonderful art!!!
ulee devaney, 12/Mar/1999:18:44:40
Hello, Visited Susan Hagen's web site and found it very intersting. Now I have an interest in carving, tho I have no idea other than what I read or found on sites. I have to try it yet. Yours are beautiful;
Cathy Gale, 11/Mar/1999:09:56:35
Judith Schaechter: I loved the Idea of somebody having to wonder around town in their underwear also. I would actually love to have that happen to me. Anyone out there would like to force me into that situation and leave me somewhere in just my underpants.
Tony, 06/Mar/1999:23:36:43
re: Tina Newberry. Tina, it's wonderful to finally see your work out there where others can enjoy it. You're the greatest living artist on the planet. BTW, Agnes Irwin is my favorite.
Laura Hargrave, 03/Mar/1999:21:52:39
this page is fucken bullshit
punker, 03/Mar/1999:10:24:05
Tina Newberry, I enjoyed your paintings. Bold, Moody, Clean and Strong.
Jim Stevens, 23/Feb/1999:03:36:03
Judith Schaechter: Just saw your site, and I'm impressed captivated etc. Keep doing what you do so the rest of us can apreciate your wonderful imagination
Thomas Stewart, 23/Feb/1999:03:34:02
I came upon this collection of work via the yahoo search engine. My initial response to the blurb there (" combining topless women with Scottish and golfing motifs.") was contempt for what I perceived as a goofy waste of cyberspace and a regrettably contrived theme. I am very glad I did not pass up the site. This web page contains some of the best work I've come across yet. Please accept my apology for my haste in judgement and my congratulations to the artist for the powerful accomplishment evident in her art. Any further information on this artist that you may send my way would be greatly appreciated.
John N. Vassallo Jr., 23/Feb/1999:03:29:56
re: Tina Newberry Many thanks for sharing your very excellent paintings - partic. liked queen for a day. I have an exhibition running at the moment (November) at the Hawth in Crawley - called 'Cow', which is all about ... yep you guessed it. None of my paintings have the same 'weight' as yours - which I am troubled by and jealous of. Badly phrased that, but you know: your stuff's better than mine.
John Marshall, 23/Feb/1999:03:28:26
re: B. Amundson Have know Bill for a year or two, and really enjoyed the art - please pass my compliment on to him. I will be telling everyone I know to check out your Web page.
Patti Boelsing, 23/Feb/1999:03:14:48
Hi....just returned from a visit to the B Amundson site....what a trip....His work is great!...Reminds me of R. Crumb a little with an S. Clay Wilson chaser.....If you are in touch with him, tell him he's got a fan of his work and his humor....Thanks....
Rhonda, 23/Feb/1999:03:11:51
re: Tina Newberry Hello-Nice site! A pal guided me here and I was real glad to see Tina Newberry's work. She was my favorite teacher in college and I owe her a beer. Pas along my kudos on the fine works.....and my e-mail adress if she want that beer.
Nicole Stranko, 23/Feb/1999:03:09:39

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