On Mar 2, 2011, at 11:21 AM, H--- wrote:
I was an enthusiastic follower of your blog for a while, but you've completely lost me with all this urination imagery. First off, it's not the least bit aesthetically interesting. I find all the urination photos you've posted to be offensive, and I'd like someone to explain to me how this qualifies as some sort of art and not pornography.
You and your readers should be reminded of this: If I find someone pointing a camera in me at a public bathroom, I would not hesitate to detain the person & have him (or her) arrested.
M---. from S--
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On Mar 19, 2011, at 3:15 PM, Bill Black wrote:
We own and operate http://www.babyaccessorize.com web site and would like to exchange links with other good quality web sites such as yours at http://blakeandrews.blogspot.com.
If you wish to exchange 3 waylinks, or exchange links manually by email. Just reply to this email with your web site details; title, description, url We can exchange reciprocal links, 3way links and deep links.
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Dear Mr. Black,
Your offer to exchange links sounds intriguing. However, I must decline simply because visitors to my blog generally possess all the baby accessories that they need.
Although I haven't done a market study, I think the reciprocal is also true. Generally patrons of baby accessories tend to keep sufficient supplies in hand of offbeat photography-related thoughts, no matter how infantile these thoughts may be, and so I'm guessing my site would an unnecessary distraction.
For the babies,
On Mar 25, 2011, at 10:09 AM, mariam njokumar wrote:
compliments of the season.
I know that you do not know me, i do not know you in person but i got your contact from a busness consultant in Dakar-Senegal. I have a business proposal,please get back to me if you are interested.
I've always wondered about certain things. When old people read quietly to themselves, is it with an old creaky voice in their heads? Did ancient early humans have daily worries like us? Did they stress and quibble, laying under the bearskin at dawn thinking "Gotta kill 2 bison today, then deal with the campfire, and then work on that cave drawing if I have time." And why did technology at one point favor straight edges and corners, when in recent years the trend seems to be circling back toward rounded corners? Any help you can offer answering these questions would be appreciated.
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