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I can not communicate. Can you help?
-- Phil McAvity (firstname.lastname@example.org), May 24, 2000
Um, well i'm not exactly sure what you mean that you can't communicate. I'd like to help you out, but please explain what the problem is and what it is that you're trying to do that isn't working.
-- Sherry (email@example.com), May 24, 2000.
Scully... Man you are weird. :)
And Phil, well, i'm sorry to hear about your communication problems. I don't think i can be much help though.
-- sherry (firstname.lastname@example.org), May 26, 2000.
Comfortable socks are good to have, but one really must have comfortable - and sensible - shoes in order to really get anywhere in life.
(how come these posts seem to show up out of order?!)
-- Sherry (email@example.com), May 30, 2000.
Maybe you can try communicating in mime.
-- scully (firstname.lastname@example.org), May 24, 2000.
Actually I am a Master of Mime, however, I can only mime to myself. When I accidently allow people to see me miming, they think I'm either a member of a group carrying out a covert operation in the field or that I'm mentally ill. The thing is, I hold very articulate, fluid and lucid conversations with myself, but when it comes to talking to another person, I always freeze. And because it is fundamentally essential that for any relationship to survive and be healthy, channels of communication must always be fully open and the words must flow easily and unobstructed both ways, I cannot form any relationships.
-- Phil McAvity (email@example.com), May 25, 2000.
Sorry, I couldn't hear you I was trapped in this invisible box for the last few days. Thank goodness a good samaritan came by and threw me a key.
-- Scully (firstname.lastname@example.org), May 26, 2000.
I have some incredibly comfortable socks.
-- Phil McAvity (email@example.com), May 30, 2000.
I also have some incredibly comfortable shoes, but they only last around two weeks as I like running on shingle beaches and up and down hills with very uneven surfaces, and often I have to avoid crabs on the hills and other much more sinister things.
-- Phil McAvity (firstname.lastname@example.org), June 05, 2000.