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DrBof
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 20, 2000 1:36 am     Reply with quote
it was raining when i woke up this morning my flat mate was out (staying w/ a friend) i spent half a hour looking at the clock just lieing on my side in the warmth of my bed in the harsh contrast to the crisp cold of the winter mornings air in i could not feel it on my skin but i knew it was there beond the fabric...

my head hurts...my mind is unclear cloudy like i am hungover but im not...there is a gentle presser behind my eyes forcing my eyelids to droop..but no gwawn...i wish i had some 'Radiohead' to listen to...

anyhoo im going to a party in london this weekend big do in the top floor of some club should be good...i love london so much charicter so much soul it's a slow thoughtful place...like somehow the millions of buissy people some how through there buissyness created a inverse effect on the buildings a anti buissyness on the buildings and thus in turn the building do the same (yet oposite) to the people a constant perpetuation of speed...sorry i do ramble some when im in the mood...i would have said it out loud but it would have been so incoherant that every one @ work would think i was compleatly mad and get me commited

Laters all

Phill 'null' Tew
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 20, 2000 6:33 pm     Reply with quote
You're interesting. You should write some more I would tell you a story, but I have to go right now. Maybe another time, hmm?

-Jess "I gotta go" Tobine-
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 20, 2000 7:07 pm     Reply with quote
Hey, you look clean! Lets go out to the back of my car... heheh

you bums gotta make a visit to Russia someday =]
uhh dont forget some bodyarmor too, but its cool once you go through the barricades dodging them bullets!

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PostPosted: Thu Jan 20, 2000 8:53 pm     Reply with quote
"it was raining when i woke up this morning my flat mate was out (staying w/ a friend) i spent half a hour looking at the clock just lieing on my side in the warmth of my bed in the harsh contrast to the crisp cold of the winter mornings air in i could not feel it on my skin but i knew it was there beond the fabric..."

Sheesh, what a weird contrast. It's 32 Celcius over here! that's close to 100 farenheight I think.

But it's all good, I love the heat!
The moment you step outside you're toast. Oh and the beach is so great, I LOVE this weather!!!

HEAT! Gimme all you got!

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PostPosted: Thu Jan 20, 2000 10:19 pm     Reply with quote
ack it was 19 degrees Farenheit today here..... which is negative some odd celcius ;*(

Sheesh I froze my toes my fingers my hands and then I noticed my nuts were Sowballs...
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 21, 2000 1:16 am     Reply with quote
it's sooo cold here i got wind blaze on my cheeks and my fingers r solid in fact im a phillsicle ...

why is it that every one around me at work thinks that everything i do should be producing money...what kind of breadhead mindless world do i live in...like art, everyone i seem to speak to (not wright to like u guys ) seems to think that everything i should draw or paint or sculpt should be 'somthing' why does everything have to be a object whitch they can recognise...anyhoo to london i go tonight w/ my old room mate adam staying in his Richmond flat should be fun...

Mrs.Robinson came on the radio so im happy again

im working on the picture of my monitor (though im not allowed )

Phill 'Might be a nice day after all' Tew
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 21, 2000 6:50 am     Reply with quote
Hi i'm phills flat mate ....

why do pictures have to "be something"...

well :
1.you have to have something to relate to...
a swirling mess is'nt every ones cup of tea...

2.personaly when I have drawn something if i think it's good then who cares what others think..

as to breadhead:

1. you have mever Been without money for a box of maches let alone ciggarets.. people who have learn that cash is usefull thus the more you have the easier things are...

2.the people (our bosses ) who earn/trying to earn money have a. morgages b. debts c.kidds

as for a nice day you are about to go and party in london .... Don't drink as much as you did last time...

he he

have a nice one mate

Andy

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PostPosted: Fri Jan 21, 2000 6:55 am     Reply with quote
grr didn't mean u! but i don't just mean in work time i mean all the time stive was talking about selling viss and that to me is just wrong....anyhoo

u bet your ass im gonna have a good time!
help your self to my computer while im away

later bub

Phill 'the missunderstood' Tew
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 21, 2000 6:58 am     Reply with quote
I know you did'nt mean me so whats ya "grrring for"

but anyhow is your p.c usable?

A
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 21, 2000 7:01 am     Reply with quote
ok u may have to find a mouse keybourd and monitor

but itis got photoshop and a zip drive

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PostPosted: Fri Jan 21, 2000 8:21 am     Reply with quote
my world domination planse will come to a conclusion ..... when i find a mouse,keybord,monitor....hmmm i think this weekend is heading to a pub weekend....
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PostPosted: Wed Jan 26, 2000 3:22 am     Reply with quote
Ok ok, here you go DrBof....

It was 1 AM. I felt an ache in my back and my stomach, although I was still sleeping. The pain in my neck finally roused me from a weird dream I could not remember. I opened my eyes only to discover I had soberd up some time in the myst of sleep. My eyes stung and I felt dehydrated. The small studio felt smaller, and the air unbreathable. I checked the furnice to see if the heat was on, but it was closed. I opened the windows, in hopes some air would ventilate the room and I could go back to sleep. No luck. I drank the liquid they call "water" here, even though it tasted similar to swimming pool water. I wish I were still drunk and dizzy. I think about the day that passed and wonder if it was a good day or if I should have done something differently. This day is off to a bad start with no sleep, no air, no water...... the walls close in on me and there is nothing but the dark. Blue and purple speckles consume the darkness and all I can do is hope I'm just sleeping again....

I am off the bed.... the room is too small

-\/\. ._ Jess

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PostPosted: Wed Jan 26, 2000 5:04 am     Reply with quote
colours have become stale...looking through the cold clear nights air at the colours around the centeral oxford bus stop none seem to be anything...just colour...no emoution...no soul...no life just colour blank and meaningless like they had lost hope like a old man who sits in the back of a pub with his pipe and pint...just seeing days come and go...muted or dulled splattered with dirt and dust...sad helpless...

Phill ' ' Tew
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PostPosted: Wed Jan 26, 2000 7:12 pm     Reply with quote
*claps*

I know what you mean. I was thinking about something similar when I was looking at the clouds today. They were so voluminous I just wanted to reach up and be them. Dark on the bottom and bright on the top. Where the sun hit, they were tinted a slightly different colour and I just wanted to photograph them all day. But nobody else seemed to notice them. All they could think about is how much they wanted them to go away. It scarcely rains in Arizona, USA and it rained yesterday and today. Do you think they enjoyed the sound of rain splashing on the side walks.... or the window pane? No.... they run for cover and try not to let it touch thier skin. I love to stand in the rain and let it soak down to my skin and drench my hair. It is so refreshing.

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PostPosted: Thu Jan 27, 2000 5:58 am     Reply with quote
i love the smell of rain on warm pavment...and a gushing downpore or thick rain soking me from head to toe but having the warmth of the ground bellow me the feel of the warm ground on bare feet ...or thunder storms...it was a hot summers evning and i was sat smoking on a bank watching people run back and forth playing football (soccer to the americans among us) in the midsummers dusk...i noticed a bank of cloud creeping towards the feild we were in...dark bellowing clouds curling over the trees "looks like rain" she said "hmm so it does" i said the clouds kept going untill they had envelped us in a liquid swerling blanket far above our heads and then it rained...it rain like i have never felt it rain before (that is sommin comming from somone who has lived in england his whole life ) as ppl ran for cover i just stood and braved the tempest flashes or red and purple ligtning iluminted the sky forking and flickering across the clouds i dumped my shoes and ran...i met other ppl who had had the same idea running and cartwheeling across the grass for about 3 hours we ran and danced (somone filled the air w/ pumping jungle from there room)....over come by some animal urge? doesn't matter why I did and I felt free unbound by anything...i always try not to bind myself to anything material so i don't where a watch or rings or have pircings (unfortnatly i have to where glasses [and contact lenses r worse])... but i had never felt quite that free...

i think this is the largest amount i have written strait from my mind...soal?

anyhoo snowbourding in span on saturday for a week so see u all when i get back

Phill 'centimental fool' Tew
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 27, 2000 9:08 am     Reply with quote
I personaly love thunderstorms...the way the lightneing forks ...dunno why but it give's me a uphoric feeling

A "going on holiday" A
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 27, 2000 11:16 am     Reply with quote
Me, I just love the smell of napalm in the morning... No wait, *reality check*, wrong place.
I just like warmth. I really, really like heat. Maybe something to do with the fact that I was born hypothermic? I just hate the cold, of which we have like 13 months in a year here... Hmm. Anyways, as soon as frickin' possible I'm moving to somewhere it is warm 24h a day, 7 days a week and 365 days a year. Oh yeahhh. Any suggests?
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 27, 2000 1:02 pm     Reply with quote
you want heat, come to houston,. our winter consists of three days that get down to about 40 degrees F if we're lucky
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 27, 2000 1:40 pm     Reply with quote
Affected, that is sooooo weird because the same things happen to me too! I know exactly what you mean about the deja vous. It happens to me everyday, but I can't quite remember and I feel so strange after like I missed something important. And I can smell the rain comming, and my bones hurt too... All day yesterday my whole arm from fingers to the ball of my shoulder hurt.



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... I think I'm supposed to put some sort of saying or something catchy here..... "'Tis better to say nothing and be thought of a fool, than to open your mouth and remove all doubt"
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 28, 2000 12:16 am     Reply with quote
I seem to live a constant déjà vu... I can't quite tell my dreams from reality. When I wake up, I may go and cut some bread, and that'll remind me of something I dreamed about, except I don't know what it is.. It's a constant nagging feeling of familliarity. Sometimes I get quick flashes of thoughts. It feels like my brain tried to do a somersault, reality sort of twists itself for a fraction of a second, and when it's over I am left with the feeling something was revealed to me and I forgot already... Maybe I'm slightly schizophrenic. All I know is that my head feels like cotton 24/7. Except when I get a flashback of that one nightmare. Everything is all too sharp then.

One morning I watched my cat walk out from under a table and remembered I'd dreamed of lions acting rather menacing.

Can anyone else here smell the rain coming, sometimes hours before it actually rains? I can, though not very often. i don't even need to be outdoors. Then again, I have a rather acute sense of smell. Once someone rang the doorbell down at street level (I live on the 5th floor), and I wondered who it was. As I listened to the sound of shoes beating against the stairs, I recognized the smell of my friend's leather coat, carried up from several floors below.

It seems my friends have all gone insane. I'd like to do so, too.

People stare at me. Strangers, and when they realize I'm looking into their eyes, too, they quickly turn their heads away. A little while ago, a cashier tried valiantly to conceal her laughter, but as she was handing me back my change, she couldn't help chuckling. I'm not that funny, really.

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PostPosted: Fri Jan 28, 2000 9:16 am     Reply with quote
B, I'm there.



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PostPosted: Fri Jan 28, 2000 9:35 am     Reply with quote
Ha! I'm not hallucinating about smelling the rain, then!

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PostPosted: Tue Feb 08, 2000 1:41 am     Reply with quote
im back from snowbourding (damaged wrist but no broken limbs )

i can smell rain comming it's a and u can feel it in the air

but i like it
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