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Subject: ? Re: Communication with unknowns across this medium.

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Date Posted: 06:07:02 11/26/02 Tue
Author Host/IP: 062.b.004.brs.iprimus.net.au/
In reply to: theDreamer 's message, "Don't just read there ... write something!" on 23:00:17 10/19/01 Fri

The presumptions we make when chatting or replying to an invitation like the one given here is that the recipients will have the key or combinations of thought to see into the literary intent. So much material is presented to us nowdays chances are that most combinations of words are either 'old hat' or invoke no response in the reader. However what of communication across this medium? Do you sit in a palace over-looking a cliff near the sea watching waves beyond man's capacity to conquer or at an internet coffee shop while passing through an unknown land. Just two of the many possibilities and what of the intent in the chatting? The common denomitor is time and with each second a reflection within the inner mind either gathered or discarded according to requirement of our intent.
A goal attained is retained status, can their be a combination of words from which there is no turning away as an aesthetic combination that has no boundary. I didn't find them here, or this time. I'll have to move on. Thatks

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(!)Stuart, you just don't get it...Drake18:17:16 12/13/02 Fri

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