Composition in black, white, and yellow: the bee and the buttercup

Saturday, 2 June 2007

Composition in Black, White, and Yellow: the bee and the buttercup

Lick that flower, girl. Lick it.

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anne

Re: Composition in black, white, and yellow: the bee and the buttercup

..the surface on the left is interesting / there is a spot for me to sign out showing up for the first time today, have i not been signing out, michael just said that it likely looks like i'm here all the time... is that why your friend was calling me a stalker..?

By anne on 2 June 2007 · 16:13
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Echo

Re: Composition in black, white, and yellow: the bee and the buttercup

I'll always be a better stalker. But Debra will always be a better poet than me.

By Echo on 2 June 2007 · 20:16
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Ashley

Re: Composition in black, white, and yellow: the bee and the buttercup

Oh, my God. I wish the world could enjoy these inside jokes as much as I do.

Happy belated.

By Ashley on 2 June 2007 · 20:40
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William Shakesweasel

Re: Composition in black, white, and yellow: the bee and the buttercup

Wait, wait, hold on Meester Ashby, I can answer her question. I call you a stalker because it just seemed mean to point out how obviously emotionally fucked up you are. Oh yeah, and then there's the cyber stalking...

And a question for you, can other people actually see this Michael...or just you?

No posts=No comments W.S.

By William Shakesweasel on 2 June 2007 · 22:35
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martin m

Re: Composition in black, white, and yellow: the bee and the buttercup

Hey Ashley, I never sign off of your site either. I know you know I'm not a stalker, but I feel like I ought to mention it. You know, in case my being signed in all the time is putting too much of a load on your server.

Just say the word and I'll happily sign out every time I exit the site so you don't get charged for all the extra bandwidth.

Love, Martin

By martin m on 3 June 2007 · 00:29
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Ashley

Re: Composition in black, white, and yellow: the bee and the buttercup

Signing out is just so no one else can comment (from your computer only) as you; it just clears your cookie. If you sign out then you have to do the validation email again for each following comment. If you’re not sharing a computer, it doesn’t matter but I figured some people do so I should put some way to sign out for them (and me for that matter so no one else can post as me if I use a friend’s computer). Doesn’t show you as “here” or add any load or anything.

By Ashley on 3 June 2007 · 10:44
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anne

Re: Composition in black, white, and yellow: the bee and the buttercup

thank you for answering this by way of martin,/ your photo today is lovely ..

By anne on 3 June 2007 · 13:10
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martin m

Re: Composition in black, white, and yellow: the bee and the buttercup

I knew I wasn't putting an undue load on your server! That was a very straight-faced joke about the nature of things like "sign out" boxes.

I should hope you'd know that I understand these client/server things. Supposedly I do it for a living. Oy.

By martin m on 3 June 2007 · 15:58
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Ashley

Re: Composition in black, white, and yellow: the bee and the buttercup

Thank goodness. I was surprised to hear it from you. I’m just unkiddable today, I think. Norvovirus. Woo-woo. I tried to come up with a shtick about it…

By Ashley on 3 June 2007 · 16:09
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anne

Re: Composition in black, white, and yellow: the bee and the buttercup

i'm not technical enough to be cyber anything, but thanks for the sign out here anne box ,i may need it again..

By anne on 3 June 2007 · 06:11
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Michael Doldrumsky

Re: Composition in black, white, and yellow: the bee and the buttercup

An unutterably remarkable image. Anne, you should simply pity the author of the aforeposted torment for being so sentimentally retarded as he is... and hope this poor will never becomes aware of harbouring such a sick twist of consciousness because it would probably devour him quite painfully.

By Michael Doldrumsky on 3 June 2007 · 14:01
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anne

Re: Composition in black, white, and yellow: the bee and the buttercup

he'll need a big W on the will to follow that one ....

By anne on 3 June 2007 · 14:33
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William Shakesweasel

Re: Composition in black, white, and yellow: the bee and the buttercup

Wait, I get it. You're funny and all fucked up! How cute!

By William Shakesweasel on 3 June 2007 · 20:19
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