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Comment: Nairobesque
Checked out at: October 23, 2001
Checked in at: October 24, 2001
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get that guy a napkin!
dude, Eddie, what a bloody mess. I looked at this guy tree times and laughed out loud...hehehehehehe :D lol *farts* oh excuse me :0
Re: get that guy a napkin!
271 Posts
2001-11-03 16:07:05
Reply Thinking of you today...
Hi Greg,
How've you been? Gee, it looks like you've really been doing it up with your tiling and having fun out here. I am sorry for my absence as often as I am not here and playing, but I spend alot of time out on the internet writing commentary about America's situation and have made a temporary transition to the political arena. I spend time on MSN/Worldwide Unity creating literary work as approach it with all of the zeal that I once had for tiling. There was a day when another tiler asked me to refrain from doing so many tiles and to give others the chance to do a few, and her observations sort of took the wind out of my sails. I love tiling but I could see her point when she declared that it seemed like every other tile on the quilt was mine. There are so many wonderful people out there on ice, good spirits and good hands and without exception for anyone, I'll always hold them in high regard. I want you to continue as you've been doing because I see that there is a great future awaiting you at the end of your mouse. I have always liked your work and considered you to be a formidable contestant and an avid competitor.There have been so many worthwhile influences on the board and I always liked your spirit and your communicative comments. You are a good person Greg and you are with other good people here. I hope that you find a home here alongside of great people like Shaun Root, Kenny Jinks, Oskar Holmstrand, Whirlwind (Katherine),Beth Sumner Jon "Slothy", Feathre, Judy Schmidt, John McGuire, Antaydos, CyberX and of course, Tonchy Z. Actually, I could list just about everyone out here, for there are so many wonderful souls, certainly too many to name within this thread without userping my megabyte limit.
I will continue to show up here because I love what ice has done for me in the quiet way that it has helped to "round me out" and made a better person of me than when I arrived. I got here complete with a narrow minded attitude and once thought that the world owed me a living. I came, full of piss and vinegar and a really obstinate point of view, wanting to do things my own way and unwilling to listen to the thoughtful advice offered by those who knew better. This website has contributed much to me in helping to change a once, poor outlook, into a guy who's pleased, as well as proud, to be among them and to follow their lead. I am now very close to attaining a score of 300 points but having done so much bad work as I started out with, it's been a long and worthwhile trip for which I have no regret. The management has allowed me to continue and with the few tiles that I have yet to see of mine come in to the Knots quilt, I just may make that 300 points! I'd like you to turn and help your fellow artists wherever you may find them, people like Mariawe, Henrik First,Tine, Jito, Lazyass69 (Syzygy), who are just getting their feet wet and warming up to tiling. Let me say that it has been a pleasure to interplay with you in this effort to make art and that I've enjoyed countless hours here at ICE. Well Greg, I'm off to write some more commentary about the war and the shit that's happening here on the planet. I'll stop by every few days and check on you but until then, I want you to continue your education here and continue to uplift others who may become as good as you have become. Your work has it's greatest quality in the diverse range of imagery that you are able to approach and submit, with so many feelings expressed within your 128 pixel limit. Keep enjoying the doobitch and broaden your horizon with whatever mind altering substances that give you the keen insight and wholesome flavor that shines in the artwork that leaves your desktop and arrives here! Best wishes Greg, for a long and healthy life and career as one of Ice's finest contributors. Fond regards to you and to all out here and you shall stay in my mind for a long time. Your friend and fellow tiler, Eddie Martin