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The Son (brief story)

fbonsign...@beethoven.com Apr 15, 8:38 am show options Newsgroups: ny.general, dc.general, seattle.general, la.general, tx.general From: fbonsign...@beethoven.com - Find messages by this author Date: 15 Apr 2005 08:38:17 -0700 Local: Fri,Apr 15 2005 8:38 am Subject: The Son (brief story) Reply | Reply to Author | Forward | Print | Individual Message | Show original | Report Abuse
He was so handsome and nice, it was unbelievable he met her. The son of the President fell in love with her daughter! And he even made them millionaires, so they could not be abused. How could they deny her to such wonderful being? When the police charged them for pimping and mutilating their daughter they knew they had committed a big mistake. Danilo J Bonsignore, now Fabrizio J Bonsignore

Sequestered

Only 1 message in topic - view as tree fbonsign...@beethoven.com Apr 2, 9:00 am show options Newsgroups: ny.general, dc.general, seattle.general, la.general, tx.general From: fbonsign...@beethoven.com - Find messages by this author Date: 2 Apr 2005 09:00:05 -0800 Local: Sat, Apr 2 2005 9:00 am Subject: Sequestered Reply | Reply to Author | Forward | Print | Individual Message | Show original | Report Abuse
No use, no matter how long he waited, the phone stopped ringing. He picked up the phone and made a call. A recording machine answered and he left a message. Then waited a long while. Nothing. Something weird was happening. He turned around and something was missing, not knowing exactly what... He began doing phone calls, finding as many recording machines as calls he made, leaving as many messages as recorders there were, but getting the same number of callbacks: none. He pace for a few minutes. Something else was missing, a few books this time. Weird, definitely weird. And it was going worse! Now he could find no machine recorders but fax machines. He began faxing, waiting a few minutes for replies. None arrived. A few more things dissapeared from the place, little by little, noticeably leaving no trace, no evidence. The fax signals stopped, to be replaced by busy signals. And this time the sofa dissapeared! Soon the busy signal was over and the phone would just ring and ring until the call disconnected itself. Really weird it was, but he won't give up! He has something important to tell! After the phone stopped giving line, he began sending internet mails. The office was being emptied little by little while he kept trying to reach somebody... But it was no use. It was going worse and worse. He already spent the yellow pages and the search engines, no replies arrived, none by phone, none by fax, none by mail and the office was already an empty room until finally from under his hands even the computer and the phone and the chord dissapeared... It was time to go in person, to reach people directly. He left the office, noting how the switch dissapeared as he turned off the lights. In the street he walked, alone, trying to attract attention, among people busy in their phones talking to other people, giving him their message of I don't care, minding their businesses, oblivious to the silent man who was slowly being lost in the multitude... Fabrizio J Bonsignore, now Danilo J Bonsignore

Rainbow

Only 1 message in topic - view as tree fbonsign...@beethoven.com Apr 2, 8:32 am show options Newsgroups: ny.general, dc.general, seattle.general, la.general, tx.general From: fbonsign...@beethoven.com - Find messages by this author Date: 2 Apr 2005 08:32:26 -0800 Local: Sat, Apr 2 2005 8:32 am Subject: Rainbow (story) Reply | Reply to Author | Forward | Print | Individual Message | Show original | Report Abuse
"This is mine.". A colored cloud puffed from the hand of the Magician. THe audience was ecstatic. "No, this is mine!", replied the would be magician, jealous, attracting the colored cloud with a magnet and putting himself in front of the audience. "No, I tell you this is mine!". Another cloud of a different color flowed out of the Magician's hand, adding to the lingering cloud between them. The would be magician looked dumbfounded, but reacted quickly, this time producing a mirror to reflect both clouds. "NO, I already told everybody this is mine!", he shouted, moving the mirror so that the audience could see the reflection on the mirror while blocking the real clouds. "But it is not true! See! I can produce more...". A form insinuated itself along the puffy clouds, subtle yet well defined. And then another, and another, and another! Until there was a whole rainbow of forms and clouds and colors and sounds and smells and experience and tastes and feelings lingering around the Magician, lost in a trance of creativity. The would be magician was wild. He could not emulate the Magician, not even with his mirror trick. The audience was murmuring... But the would be magician was smart... Few days later, there were several would be magicians, each one with a mirror, reflecting some of the Magician's creations in his never ceasing rainbow while, the audience, oblivious and awed, the Magician already forgotten, applauded the would be magicians for their... *creation*. Fabrizio J Bonsignore, now Danilo J Bonsignore

Is Reality holographic? All 2 messages in topic - view as tree fbonsign...@beethoven.com Apr 2, 8:07 am show options Newsgroups: sci.physics From: fbonsign...@beethoven.com - Find messages by this author Date: 2 Apr 2005 08:07:53 -0800 Local: Sat, Apr 2 2005 8:07 am Subject: Is Reality holographic? Reply | Reply to Author | Forward | Print | Individual Message | Show original | Report Abuse That is, totally homogeneous and such that each point is at the same time a reflection of the whole? Like Reality IS because each point is ALL and ONLY THAT particular point at the same time. I was thinking of the possiblity of remote vision psychic-style. Like the information of a scene affects all possible particles with the total information, so it is "only" a matter of distinguish the particular signal from the rest of the signals. Reality would be homogeneous at some level, like syrup, at the material level. It would be time what introduces the fundamental asymmetry we observe at all levels. This would conform also to a model where dimensions (as in superstrings) can be inversible, like those games that allow you to make several patterns with triangles by folding, though triangles only have a few degrees of liberty.... FAbrizio J BOnsignore, now Danilo J BOnsignore

In Some Place

Only 1 message in topic - view as tree fbonsign...@beethoven.com Apr 1, 7:17 am show options Newsgroups: ny.general, dc.general, seattle.general, la.general, tx.general From: fbonsign...@beethoven.com - Find messages by this author Date: 1 Apr 2005 07:17:37 -0800 Local: Fri, Apr 1 2005 7:17 am Subject: In Some Place Reply | Reply to Author | Forward | Print | Individual Message | Show original | Report Abuse
Still, somebody... Fabrizio J Bonsignore, now Danilo J Bonsignore

That night...

Only 1 message in topic - view as tree fbonsign...@beethoven.com Mar 28, 6:10 am show options Newsgroups: ny.general, dc.general, seattle.general, la.general, tx.general From: fbonsign...@beethoven.com - Find messages by this author Date: 28 Mar 2005 06:10:38 -0800 Local: Mon, Mar 28 2005 6:10 am Subject: That night... (story) Reply | Reply to Author | Forward | Print | Individual Message | Show original | Report Abuse
The two men met in the luxurious office, worried faces. "Did you read it? What do you think?", asked Mr. Important. "It is a bomb, absolutely. But who is this Mr. Beau?", answered Underling. "An independent researcher very likely. I made inquiries, it seems he has monetary trouble. Do you think his idea works?". He was thoughtful. "The argument is perfect! It can benefit millions! This Mr. Be doesn't know what he found...", replied Underling. Both Men grinned at each other. Mr. Important was already dialing the office of Mr. Allimportant. A few weeks later Mr. Beau announced he was going to Bigcity and both men met again. "So, Mr. Ze is coming our way...", said Mr. Important. "Sooner or later, it was obvious he'd come. But I already made arrangements for his.... reception.". "Good. Mr. Allimportant is already very excited about our discovery. We cannot aford this Mr. Be to meet Mr. Allimportant. Who else knows this document is Mr. Beau's?" Underling smiled and picked up the interphon. "Miss Missy? Can you come to my office? I have an urgent task for you..." What the men didn't know is that Mr. Beau would get stuck the moment he arrived to Bigcity. No money, he quartiered himself out of necessity. He never reached the middle class neighborhood those men bet at, at the other side of the city. And Mr. Beau wrote other people too... That night there were eleven murders: Mr. Important and Underling were not the only ones who had the same idea... Fabrizio J Bonsignore, now Danilo J Bonsignore

New Life

Only 1 message in topic - view as tree fbonsign...@beethoven.com Mar 27, 8:43 am show options Newsgroups: tx.general, dc.general, seattle.general, la.general From: fbonsign...@beethoven.com - Find messages by this author Date: 27 Mar 2005 08:43:31 -0800 Local: Sun, Mar 27 2005 8:43 am Subject: New Life (short story) Reply | Reply to Author | Forward | Print | Individual Message | Show original | Report Abuse
Everything was packed and ready in the car, even the dog. The Does were exhilarated, ready to leave their house and start a new life. "Keep in touch, Jane. Good luck in your new job, John", said their neighbor, obviously green faced. "Of course, I will as soon as we arrive, don't worry.", answer Jane, knowing in advance that they would never be heard of again by their neighbors. On the way they didn't cease of talking and laughing. Their poor moron neighbnors! They really think John is going to a new job. But he received and understood the message! What job, their government found them adequate for the new life prolonging treatments. They all will be immortal! Even the three girls! Forget about a job, they will live forever. At last they arrived to the true seat of government, the source of all marvels. That they were eagerly awaited was obvious. Lots of officials greeted them and told them to forget about their belongings, they would be taken care of. The Does were important... And so the Does entered the gate with full escort and were never again heard of on Earth... Fabrizio J Bonsignore, now Danilo J Bonsignore (All works under this name belong to Dnielo Bansinyor [as it would be pronounced by some])

Party (story)

fbonsign...@beethoven.com Apr 10, 12:55 am show options Newsgroups: ny.general, dc.general, seattle.general, la.general, tx.general From: fbonsign...@beethoven.com - Find messages by this author Date: 10 Apr 2005 00:55:20 -0700 Local: Sun,Apr 10 2005 12:55 am Subject: Party (story) Reply | Reply to Author | Forward | Print | Individual Message | Show original | Report Abuse
The last touches to her hairdo were almost done. She was invited to the party! It was so exciting! With all those friends and nice people to meet. And a limo to pick them up! Oh, so nice. The party was great, full of people, beautiful people. It was a big helluvah of a party and nobody was leaving. Next morning several crates left the house. Fabrizio J Bonsignore, now Danilo J Bonsignore

Maybe the first line is out of place. Had the idea whle walking and by the time I was in a computer kind of diffused away. But the idea is to make it like a joke, with a strong punch line but without missing the moral behind it. It has to be essential, create expectation and deliver itself before it turns into a short story proper and without creating too much expectation so that you want more details.


The Buzz

fbonsign...@beethoven.com Apr 10, 1:25 am show options Newsgroups: ny.general, dc.general, tx.general, seattle.general, la.general From: fbonsign...@beethoven.com - Find messages by this author Date: 10 Apr 2005 01:25:02 -0700 Local: Sun,Apr 10 2005 1:25 am Subject: The Buzz Reply | Reply to Author | Forward | Print | Individual Message | Show original | Report Abuse
His name could be heard everywhere. Evidently, the character of the year, if not of the century. Everybody was thrilling in anticipation, anxious to know what was it all about. He looked awesome! All were very impressed, the most intelligent man on Earth. Invitations rained, and parties, compromises, he was indispensible, introductions a gallore. When the real personage arrived, nobody paid attention... Fabrizio J Bonsignore, now Danilo J Bonsignore

The Gift (small story)

fbonsign...@beethoven.com Apr 10, 6:12 am show options Newsgroups: ny.general, la.general, dc.general, seattle.general, utah.general From: fbonsign...@beethoven.com - Find messages by this author Date: 10 Apr 2005 06:12:03 -0700 Local: Sun,Apr 10 2005 6:12 am Subject: The Gift (small story) Reply | Reply to Author | Forward | Print | Individual Message | Show original | Report Abuse
At first he didn't believe it. He didn't even pay attention. But it seemed real, at least real enough. He inspected it for hours, there was no doubt, even placed some calls. It was definitely authentic, an opportunity, no joke. His wife agreed, it was a good chance, and for free! Well, almost free, who cares. They were ready in no time for their family trip to Orlando, four days three nights all paid. That night it was shown in the news that another plane had crashed. When they landed in the desert he didn't believe it... Fabrizio J Bonsignore, now Danilo J Bonsignore Visit ghamac.org (ghamac home art music and computers) follow the link to the author under options or search for the name in quotes.

Bad smell (story)

fbonsign...@beethoven.com Apr 11, 2:45 pm show options Newsgroups: ny.general, dc.general, seattle.general, la.general, tx.general From: fbonsign...@beethoven.com - Find messages by this author Date: 11 Apr 2005 14:45:49 -0700 Local: Mon,Apr 11 2005 2:45 pm Subject: Bad smell (story) Reply | Reply to Author | Forward | Print | Individual Message | Show original | Report Abuse
The smell was awful, the old lady was complaining. She knew the bathroom was blocked and there were the cats, but she wanted to molest. She decided to give him a lesson and went to stuff a bunch of newspapers under the door. When the man arrived the old lady was waiting for him, a smile of triumph. The man looked at her, looked at the newspapers and stamped them with his foot, closing the door on the lady's face. It was then when she noticed that from the flattened newspaper a pair of eyes were looking at her fixedly... Fabrizio J Bonsignore, now Danilo J Bonsignore

So many... (a story)

fbonsign...@beethoven.com Apr 15, 10:54 am show options Newsgroups: ny.general, dc.general, seattle.general, la.general, tx.general From: fbonsign...@beethoven.com - Find messages by this author Date: 15 Apr 2005 10:54:15 -0700 Local: Fri,Apr 15 2005 10:54 am Subject: So many... (a story) Reply | Reply to Author | Forward | Print | Individual Message | Show original | Report Abuse
He was having a feeling of pleasure while beheading the small creature. It was his responsibility! And the reward will be great. There was so much to do, so many of them... But he was not alone, he knew. When the rats began invading houses without control, everybody noticed for the first time that cats were extinct. Fabrizio J Bonsignore, now Danilo J Bonsignore
The scholarship When she knew she won a scholarship it was a big feast. There were so many things to do, her dream come true, the luggage, the trip, the reception. She looked happy in the pictures of her arrival, with her newly introduced escort. The photos were stored in a new album; she never send any more photos again. Fabrizio J Bonsignore, now Danilo J Bonsignore
The Lottery They were very happy, all excited to go to the lottery! Line by line and row by row, they entered the building and were neatly packed in their narcotized cells. The master was the last to come in. And from then on they would wait for the lottery to have sex in the never changing zone... Fabrizio J Bonsignore, now Danilo J Bonsignore
Epilogue: Few days later the workers were building canopies outside the building. Lots of refuse were expected from that work. Works would proceed under utmost discretion. Danilo J Bonsignore, previously Fabrizio J Bonsignore
Stars (story) Only 1 message in topic - view as tree fbonsign...@beethoven.com Apr 21, 5:15 pm show options Newsgroups: ny.general From: fbonsign...@beethoven.com - Find messages by this author Date: 21 Apr 2005 17:15:39 -0700 Local: Thurs,Apr 21 2005 5:15 pm Subject: Stars (story) Reply | Reply to Author | Forward | Print | Individual Message | Show original | Report Abuse She wanted to be a star and it was just a matter to show her beauty and talent. The casting company was accepting any kind of people, so they would be surprised and offered her an opportunity right away. Indeed, a few weeks later she received her first acting opportunity, nothing difficult, she had to play a secretary in real life and prevent one man from reaching the boss. If she manages not to be recognized as an actress, the next moovie would be hers. It was shocking, when she was herded with the other ten twins and the original into the factories basement. She had passed the test. Danilo J Bonsignore, now Fabrizio J Bonsignore
Lower Level (story) All 2 messages in topic - view as tree fbonsign...@beethoven.com Apr 22, 3:40 pm show options Newsgroups: ny.general, dc.general, seattle.general, tx.general, la.general From: fbonsign...@beethoven.com - Find messages by this author Date: 22 Apr 2005 15:40:43 -0700 Local: Fri,Apr 22 2005 3:40 pm Subject: Lower Level (story) Reply | Reply to Author | Forward | Print | Individual Message | Show original | Report Abuse "Is this the lower level?", asked the beautiful woman in the elevator. He was just going inside and tried to explain that no, the lower level was reserved and closed and it was the street level, the elevator was actually going up. She didn't understand, but he repressed the idea of going down again and see her through the street level. She insisted in going down to the lower level in the now empty elevator. He never saw her again. Nobody else saw her again. Fabrizio J Bonsignore, now Danilo J Bonsignore

Everybody Knows... (story)

Only 1 message in topic - view as tree fbonsign...@beethoven.com Apr 29, 6:27 pm show options
They changed his name, impersonated him with his best friend, changed other people name's to match his, distributed twins where he lived, bribed or killed his friends, created brouhaha, blocked his relationships, stole his property, was sent to the streets, told everybody how bad he was and they pretended he was... a nobody. Fabrizio J Bonsignore, now Danilo J Bonsignore Extradition (story?) All 2 messages in topic - view as tree fbonsign...@beethoven.com May 1, 11:17 am show options Newsgroups: ny.general, dc.general, la.general, seattle.general, utexas.general From: fbonsign...@beethoven.com - Find messages by this author Date: 1 May 2005 08:17:54 -0700 Local: Sun,May 1 2005 11:17 am Subject: Extradition (story?) Reply to Author | Forward | Print | Individual Message | Show original | Remove | Report Abuse Read it in http://www.oocities.org/telko­makos/extradition.htm Fabrizio J Bonsignore, now Danilo J Bonsignore fbonsign...@beethoven.com May 5, 2:11 pm show options Newsgroups: ny.general, dc.general, la.general, seattle.general, utexas.general From: fbonsign...@beethoven.com - Find messages by this author Date: 5 May 2005 11:11:21 -0700 Local: Thurs,May 5 2005 2:11 pm Subject: Re: Extradition (story?) Reply | Reply to Author | Forward | Print | Individual Message | Show original | Remove | Report Abuse The two policemen sat with the attorney in the spacious office. "We are here with the usual problem, anotyher supercriminal escaped our country!", said one of the policemen. "No kidding!", replied the attorney, "Another supercriminal!" "We are terribly sorry, sir", answered the second policeman, "He is very dangerous. Look, here is a picture." The attorney looked at the picture and shuddered. "He is *certainly* monstrous!" "He is. He is the worst ever!", confirmed the first policeman. "He committed all crimes!", reaffirmed the second policeman. "We cannot let him go unpunished, right?", said the attorney, reclining comfortably. "Of course not! We have orders. And he is mean" "Awful! He eats children" "And steals and defrauds!" "And kills and rapes and deceives!" "And threatens and forges and is gay!" "And a drug addict without education, rude and strong!" "Ruthless!" "Brute! He cannot distinguish good from evil!" "Horrid! And we don't know were he is, but he is in your country. His name is Mr A." "Ok! Ok! I'll sign the extradition before he does more damage", answered the attorney with a yawn, handling them the papers already signed. "What about having a drink?". They all agree, as always. The man who was almost arrested was very a well known scholar and musician. A second version, following the format of the other stories. After a min text (which should be a normal, rather mysterious if not poetic or comic situation), a single punch line takes the reader out of the reality of the story and into a new, shocking reality, at the same time explaining the preceding situations. By itself the story is left open ended, the reader has to complete and make sense,leaving a space of meditation between theat story and the next one (I am considering a book with illustrations). Fabrizio j Bonsignore now Danilo J Bonsignore Victimizers (story) All 2 messages in topic - view as tree fbonsign...@beethoven.com May 8, 2:27 pm show options Newsgroups: ny.general, dc.general, la.general, utexas.general, seattle.general From: fbonsign...@beethoven.com - Find messages by this author Date: 8 May 2005 11:27:07 -0700 Local: Sun,May 8 2005 2:27 pm Subject: Victimizers (story) Reply | Reply to Author | Forward | Print | Individual Message | Show original | Remove | Report Abuse The case was shocking! how something like it could possibly happen? It was well know that he did his best effort to no avail. No matter how hard he tried, instead of help he just accumulated enemies, til all he had was taken away. A huge fortune was stolen from him, but they didn't stop, it was not just money and possessions and ideas they wanted, but also all possibilities, friendships, lovers, well being, successors, health, physical integrity... everything. His enemies were ruthless, unstoppable and very ufane when after a long agony he and all people who really knew him finally died, even his name and his friends' unknown and confused and misplaced. It was a big surprised for his victorious enemies when, after death, they found he was King of Hell and all of them victimizers his helpless and defenseless toys... for eternity. Fabrizio J Bonsignore, now Danilo J Bonsignore Reply fbonsign...@beethoven.com May 8, 2:27 pm show options Newsgroups: ny.general, dc.general, la.general, utexas.general, seattle.general From: fbonsign...@beethoven.com - Find messages by this author Date: 8 May 2005 11:27:44 -0700 Local: Sun,May 8 2005 2:27 pm Subject: Victimizers (story) Reply | Reply to Author | Forward | Print | Individual Message | Show original | Remove | Report Abuse The case was shocking! how something like it could possibly happen? It was well know that he did his best effort to no avail. No matter how hard he tried, instead of help he just accumulated enemies, til all he had was taken away. A huge fortune was stolen from him, but they didn't stop, it was not just money and possessions and ideas they wanted, but also all possibilities, friendships, lovers, well being, successors, health, physical integrity... everything. His enemies were ruthless, unstoppable and very ufane when after a long agony he and all people who really knew him finally died, even his name and his friends' unknown and confused and misplaced. It was a big surprised for his victorious enemies when, after death, they found he was King of Hell and all of them victimizers his helpless and defenseless toys... for eternity. Fabrizio J Bonsignore, now Danilo J Bonsignore Tower (a real life story?) All 2 messages in topic - view as tree the ram arm May 11, 9:17 am show options Newsgroups: ny.general, dc.general, seattle.general, la.general, utexas.general From: "the ram arm" - Find messages by this author Date: 11 May 2005 06:17:13 -0700 Local: Wed,May 11 2005 9:17 am Subject: Tower (a real life story?) Reply | Reply to Author | Forward | Print | Individual Message | Show original | Report Abuse It was like a party, indeed. The penthouse and other floors of a high building, nice panorama, full of partygoers. Many people were being invited to the big tower! The sponsors assured it began with plenty of everything, food, games, liquors, beautiful women... and people kept arriving, expectant, ready to enjoy the delicacies offered by the superbillionaire sponsors. Bocaccio fell far from expressing the delights of such a wonderful, XXI Century party! And so the party went on and on for days and months as nobody was brave enough to face the machine guns in the lower floor, til the last man died of hunger when he ran out of bodies... Fabrizio J Bonsignore, now Danilo J Bonsignore So honest (story with ALL IMPORTANT TIMELESS moral) Only 1 message in topic - view as tree fbonsign...@beethoven.com May 13, 8:11 am show options Newsgroups: ny.general, dc.general, seattle.general, utexas.general, la.general From: fbonsign...@beethoven.com - Find messages by this author Date: 13 May 2005 05:11:49 -0700 Local: Fri,May 13 2005 8:11 am Subject: So honest (story with ALL IMPORTANT TIMELESS moral) Reply | Reply to Author | Forward | Print | Individual Message | Show original | Remove | Report Abuse He was honest. At any moment and any circumstance he would do the right thing. Opportunities to dishonesty weren't missing, but he either wouldn't see them or he would do the right thing automatically. And skills and talents and luck were also abundant constants in his life, no doubt, everybody would recognize. But, alas!, the good thigs of life wouldn't come! Neither money nor fame nor safety nor real success and what it brings. It was an unexplainable fact in his life, so full of promises of being notorious, productive, effective, powerful. Definitely the kind of blessings that should accrue to honest people... He didn't know that, in the shadows, behind his back, a group of secret agents, policemen, military were busy thwarting opportunities and finding ways to incriminate him. Otherwise, if he went powerful, how would *they* be able to control him...? Moral: all powerful men adn women are criminals! If this happens, honest people have no chance! Unless, of course, the police and other agencies are willing to, under threat of jail if lying, issue irrevocable certificates of honesty! I guess powerful people and others have to prove their innocence by making the forces of order to issue this certificates to all those who need them... or accuse people right away, formally. Fabrizio J Bonsignore, now Danilo J Bonsignore Volunteers (story...) Only 1 message in topic - view as tree fbonsign...@beethoven.com May 12, 6:38 pm show options Newsgroups: ny.general, dc.general, seattle.general, utexas.general, la.general From: fbonsign...@beethoven.com - Find messages by this author Date: 12 May 2005 15:38:55 -0700 Local: Thurs,May 12 2005 6:38 pm Subject: Volunteers (story...) Reply | Reply to Author | Forward | Print | Individual Message | Show original | Remove | Report Abuse The place was crowded as expected, full of rowdy people in a row, receiving their fair share of soup and other things. Staff and volunteers were mixing with the homeless in a big happy party, as if... everything's was aw'right. But it was not. One of the youngest volunteers was evidently perturbed when an old man became too comfortable with her. Nobody noticed, but she shuddered and decided not to return again, never again to answer an ad for Sunday volunteering. After all, she was making no new friends as she expected, save for the cook, who was very merry and talkative, though demanding. It was the first time ever she had to deal with trash! But maybe that's what she wanted... The whole week the homeless enjoyed unexpectedly abundant portions of meat. The cook was very merry, as usual. Fabrizio J Bonsignore, now Danilo J Bonsignore Attacked! (story) Only 1 message in topic - view as tree fbonsign...@beethoven.com May 13, 1:45 pm show options Newsgroups: ny.general, dc.general, seattle.general, utexas.general, la.general From: fbonsign...@beethoven.com - Find messages by this author Date: 13 May 2005 10:45:39 -0700 Local: Fri,May 13 2005 1:45 pm Subject: Attacked! (story) Reply | Reply to Author | Forward | Print | Individual Message | Show original | Remove | Report Abuse It was outrageous! Such a coward attack in our land and so many civilian casualties! A pandemonium, but it was very evident who was the culprit! They themselves announced it, the cynics. And the response was terrible and swift. Everybody agreed they received a lesson. That day the leaders of the neighboring country celebrated like crazy how the attacked were so easily deceived... Fabrizio J Bonsignore, now Danilo J Bonsignore Cinema (story) All 4 messages in topic - view as tree fbonsign...@beethoven.com May 3, 10:38 am show options Newsgroups: ny.general, dc.general, la.general, seattle.general, utexas.general From: fbonsign...@beethoven.com - Find messages by this author Date: 3 May 2005 07:38:51 -0700 Local: Tues,May 3 2005 10:38 am Subject: Cinema (story) Reply | Reply to Author | Forward | Print | Individual Message | Show original | Remove | Report Abuse They said the premiere was fantastic, the best movie of the year, a sure winner. Families and families wre pouring into the cinema to watch the maverick of the times, adequate for children from 0 to 90 years. The owner of the cinema was happy to have exclusive rights. The exit of the cinema leaded inexorably to a high speed turbine. Fabrizio J Bonsignore, now Danilo J Bonsignore Reply fbonsign...@beethoven.com May 14, 8:48 am show options Newsgroups: ny.general, dc.general, la.general, seattle.general, utexas.general From: fbonsign...@beethoven.com - Find messages by this author Date: 14 May 2005 05:48:06 -0700 Local: Sat,May 14 2005 8:48 am Subject: Re: Cinema (story) Reply | Reply to Author | Forward | Print | Individual Message | Show original | Remove | Report Abuse fbonsign...@beethoven.com wrote: > They said the premiere was fantastic, the best movie of the year, a > sure winner. Families and families wre pouring into the cinema to watch > the maverick of the times, adequate for children from 0 to 90 years. > The owner of the cinema was happy to have exclusive rights. > The exit of the cinema led inexorably to a high speed turbine. > Fabrizio J Bonsignore, now Danilo J Bonsignore Rumor: some said that the cinema was actually a gas camera, and the turbine was the last step, but who could know? Hotels were having a good business, particularly when the tourists were paying in advance... and giving away their addresses. Plenty of jobs there... But who knows? It was just a rumor. Fabrizio J Bonsignore, now Danilo J Bonsignore Reply the ram arm May 15, 11:28 am show options Newsgroups: ny.general, dc.general, la.general, seattle.general, utexas.general From: "the ram arm" - Find messages by this author Date: 15 May 2005 08:28:47 -0700 Local: Sun,May 15 2005 11:28 am Subject: Re: Cinema (story) Reply | Reply to Author | Forward | Print | Individual Message | Show original | Report Abuse fbonsign...@beethoven.com wrote: > They said the premiere was fantastic, the best movie of the year, a > sure winner. Families and families wre pouring into the cinema to watch > the maverick of the times, adequate for children from 0 to 90 years. > The owner of the cinema was happy to have exclusive rights. > The exit of the cinema leaded inexorably to a high speed turbine. > Fabrizio J Bonsignore, now Danilo J Bonsignore Rumor : This was happening in the theater. That was why the work would change so quickly! And they were using nitrous oxide to make them laugh before making them sleep... Fabrizio J Bonsignore, now Danilo J Bonsignore Reply the ram arm May 15, 12:02 pm show options Newsgroups: ny.general, dc.general, la.general, seattle.general, utexas.general From: "the ram arm" - Find messages by this author Date: 15 May 2005 09:02:00 -0700 Subject: Re: Cinema (story) Reply | Reply to Author | Forward | Print | Individual Message | Show original | Report Abuse - Hide quoted text - - Show quoted text - fbonsign...@beethoven.com wrote: > fbonsign...@beethoven.com wrote: > > They said the premiere was fantastic, the best movie of the year, a > > sure winner. Families and families wre pouring into the cinema to > watch > > the maverick of the times, adequate for children from 0 to 90 years. > > The owner of the cinema was happy to have exclusive rights. > > The exit of the cinema led inexorably to a high speed turbine. > > Fabrizio J Bonsignore, now Danilo J Bonsignore > Rumor: some said that the cinema was actually a gas camera, and the > turbine was the last step, but who could know? Hotels were having a > good business, particularly when the tourists were paying in advance... > and giving away their addresses. Plenty of jobs there... But who knows? > It was just a rumor. > Fabrizio J Bonsignore, now Danilo J Bonsignore Rumor: Realtors were not really aware, but movers were. Or was it the other way around? Fabrizio J Bonsignore, now Danilo J Bonsignore Nightmare (real life story) All 4 messages in topic - view as tree fbonsign...@beethoven.com May 10, 10:12 am show options Newsgroups: ny.general, dc.general, seattle.general, utexas.general, la.general From: fbonsign...@beethoven.com - Find messages by this author Date: 10 May 2005 07:12:23 -0700 Local: Tues,May 10 2005 10:12 am Subject: Nightmare (real life story) Reply | Reply to Author | Forward | Print | Individual Message | Show original | Remove | Report Abuse His fingers were flying on the computer's keyboard, making the rat-tat-tat of a machine gun. He pressed the enter key. There it goes, another email. It has to be a success! He has everything: true content, worth, value, interest, a message, possibilities... Replies should begin arriving soon. But they didn't. A few months passed this way, personal mails sent, no replies, lots of spam. Something was wrong, obviously, but what was it? The site was being visited but no replies arrived! Soon his mails assumed a different tone, a picture was emerging, not good at all. He stopped waiting for replies, it was useless, they wouldn't arrive. And they didn't arrive. Someplace else, a shady man (a policeman?) was receiving his mails and meeting the people who replied. Those who replied found, too late, that they were meeting not with the sender but with a true assassin... Fabrizio J Bonsignore, now Danilo J Bonsignore Reply fbonsign...@beethoven.com May 13, 8:14 am show options Newsgroups: ny.general, dc.general, seattle.general, utexas.general, la.general From: fbonsign...@beethoven.com - Find messages by this author Date: 13 May 2005 05:14:51 -0700 Local: Fri,May 13 2005 8:14 am Subject: Re: Nightmare (real life story) Reply | Reply to Author | Forward | Print | Individual Message | Show original | Remove | Report Abuse - Hide quoted text - - Show quoted text - fbonsign...@beethoven.com wrote: > His fingers were flying on the computer's keyboard, making the > rat-tat-tat of a machine gun. He pressed the enter key. There it goes, > another email. It has to be a success! He has everything: true content, > worth, value, interest, a message, possibilities... Replies should > begin arriving soon. > But they didn't. A few months passed this way, personal mails sent, no > replies, lots of spam. Something was wrong, obviously, but what was it? > The site was being visited but no replies arrived! Soon his mails > assumed a different tone, a picture was emerging, not good at all. He > stopped waiting for replies, it was useless, they wouldn't arrive. And > they didn't arrive. > Someplace else, a shady man (a policeman?) was receiving his mails and > meeting the people who replied. Those who replied found, too late, that > they were meeting not with the sender but with a true assassin... > Fabrizio J Bonsignore, now Danilo J Bonsignore Update: Indeed, a shady man, but it was himself! Somewhere, there was a twin of him (not relative), and he was engaged to act in his place and wreak havoc in his life... Fabrizio J Bonsignore, now Danilo J Bonsignore Reply fbonsign...@beethoven.com May 15, 1:08 pm show options Newsgroups: ny.general, dc.general, seattle.general, utexas.general, la.general From: fbonsign...@beethoven.com - Find messages by this author Date: 15 May 2005 10:08:01 -0700 Local: Sun,May 15 2005 1:08 pm Subject: Re: Nightmare (real life story) Reply | Reply to Author | Forward | Print | Individual Message | Show original | Remove | Report Abuse - Hide quoted text - - Show quoted text - fbonsign...@beethoven.com wrote: > His fingers were flying on the computer's keyboard, making the > rat-tat-tat of a machine gun. He pressed the enter key. There it goes, > another email. It has to be a success! He has everything: true content, > worth, value, interest, a message, possibilities... Replies should > begin arriving soon. > But they didn't. A few months passed this way, personal mails sent, no > replies, lots of spam. Something was wrong, obviously, but what was it? > The site was being visited but no replies arrived! Soon his mails > assumed a different tone, a picture was emerging, not good at all. He > stopped waiting for replies, it was useless, they wouldn't arrive. And > they didn't arrive. > Someplace else, a shady man (a policeman?) was receiving his mails and > meeting the people who replied. Those who replied found, too late, that > they were meeting not with the sender but with a true assassin... > Fabrizio J Bonsignore, now Danilo J Bonsignore Fact: I am starving and losing weight and losing health and youth and good mood and even dignity and reputation because a bunch of imbeciles used their so called authority to hack my accounts and take advantage of my mails and of the people who wanted to meet me and make *real* offers, not mentioning that very likely they downloaded my files and presented them as theirs to important people who don't want to admit were fooled by a bunch of fraudsters, and in order to protect themselves and give themselves self-importance they began criming against innocent people, if not even murder, and kept committing crimes against me and defamating me to the point that they stole my hard drive and poisoned the people who would help me! And they even want to justify their parasite-ness by trying to turn me into a criminal and creating absurd situations with women! So, when do I get JUSTICE? I am tired of their efforts to give importance to that irresponsible parasite. Fabrizio J Bonsignore, now Danilo J Bonsignore Reply fbonsign...@beethoven.com May 15, 1:33 pm show options Newsgroups: ny.general, dc.general, seattle.general, utexas.general, la.general From: fbonsign...@beethoven.com - Find messages by this author Date: 15 May 2005 10:33:57 -0700 Local: Sun,May 15 2005 1:33 pm Subject: Re: Nightmare (real life story) Reply | Reply to Author | Forward | Print | Individual Message | Show original | Remove | Report Abuse Fact: I am just about to begin starving. Tired of asking for foodstamps, tired of getting insufficient food in a shelter that probably is poisoned (now they say cerebrex or celebrex, tho for saying this they don't want to admit me in the other shelter and I don't want to go to the *other* shelter because it very probably is another trap), tired of sending mails I get no response for, tired of trying to pass pass security guards, tored of sleeping on chairs, I already spent 15 days without food in LA, so lets see how many days I last here w/o food. I can't have sex without food and I don't want to have sex because that bunch of imbecile Mexicans want me to have sex! I want my computer back and my musical instruments back. Visit ghamac.org to see why, before the drugged Gorillaz delete everything. Dread-lock (real life story...) Only 1 message in topic - view as tree fbonsign...@beethoven.com May 17, 2:28 pm show options Newsgroups: ny.general, dc.general, seattle.general, utexas.general, la.general From: fbonsign...@beethoven.com - Find messages by this author Date: 17 May 2005 11:28:15 -0700 Local: Tues,May 17 2005 2:28 pm Subject: Dread-lock (real life story...) Reply | Reply to Author | Forward | Print | Individual Message | Show original | Remove | Report Abuse "Give me the balance!" "Give me the bank statements." "Give me the balance!" "Give me the bank statements." "Give me the balance!" "Give me first the bank statements." "Give me the balance!" "Give me *first* the bank statements. Then I can give you the balance." "GIVE ME THE BALANCE!!!" "Give me *FIRST* the bank statements. *THEN* I can give you the balance. I *CANNOT* give you the belance without FIRST having the bank statements." "Give me the balance and THEN I'll give you the bank statements!" "I *NEED* to see the bank statements first..." "GIVE ME THE BALANCE!!!" He didn't receive the bank statements. And he was accused of fraud. Fabrizio J Bonsignore, now Danilo J Bonsignore Eating #### (a relevant story) Only 1 message in topic - view as tree fbonsign...@beethoven.com May 17, 5:27 pm show options Newsgroups: ny.general, dc.general, seattle.general, la.general, utexas.general From: fbonsign...@beethoven.com - Find messages by this author Date: 17 May 2005 14:27:11 -0700 Local: Tues,May 17 2005 5:27 pm Subject: Eating #### (a relevant story) Reply | Reply to Author | Forward | Print | Individual Message | Show original | Remove | Report Abuse The password was three knocks in the door. It seemed he managed to work out place, date and time and that night he would know the big secret! The chamber was too dark to make out any details of what he saw, but he got the "message" that explained all he went through. He knew what to do. He felt chosen. Next day he ate his own #### and ended being a stupid moron. Fabrizio J Bonsignore, now Danilo J Bonsignore Bad news ( a women's story) All 2 messages in topic - view as tree fbonsign...@beethoven.com May 14, 1:37 pm show options Newsgroups: ny.general, dc.general, seattle.general, la.general, utexas.general From: fbonsign...@beethoven.com - Find messages by this author Date: 14 May 2005 10:37:13 -0700 Local: Sat,May 14 2005 1:37 pm Subject: Bad news ( a women's story) Reply | Reply to Author | Forward | Print | Individual Message | Show original | Remove | Report Abuse The doctor looked at the young woman with a very serious face. She was most beautiful, and well formed. But he had to give her the bad news. He hated it, but would smooth it by thinking of his big mansion with swiming pool, his cars and art, and early retirement plans. "You have an advanced breast cancer", announced, stern faced, showing her the x rays. "There's nothing we can do but operate". The young woman was so surprised she couldn't even react but a few moments later she was crying like a baby. Her life was utterly destroyed. A few days later, in a flokloric bistro not far from the doctors's consultory, a group of very well dressed men were having a... 'delicacy'. Fabrizio J Bonsignore, now Danilo J Bonsignore http://www.oocities.org/synto­tic/photos/myphotos.htm Reply fbonsign...@beethoven.com May 18, 3:01 pm show options Newsgroups: ny.general, dc.general, seattle.general, la.general, utexas.general From: fbonsign...@beethoven.com - Find messages by this author Date: 18 May 2005 12:01:08 -0700 Local: Wed,May 18 2005 3:01 pm Subject: Re: Bad news ( a women's story) Reply | Reply to Author | Forward | Print | Individual Message | Show original | Remove | Report Abuse - Hide quoted text - - Show quoted text - fbonsign...@beethoven.com wrote: > The doctor looked at the young woman with a very serious face. She was > most beautiful, and well formed. But he had to give her the bad news. > He hated it, but would smooth it by thinking of his big mansion with > swiming pool, his cars and art, and early retirement plans. > "You have an advanced breast cancer", announced, stern faced, showing > her the x rays. "There's nothing we can do but operate". > The young woman was so surprised she couldn't even react but a few > moments later she was crying like a baby. Her life was utterly > destroyed. > A few days later, in a flokloric bistro not far from the doctors's > consultory, a group of very well dressed men were having a... > 'delicacy'. > Fabrizio J Bonsignore, now Danilo J Bonsignore > http://www.oocities.org/synto­tic/photos/myphotos.htm Rumor: some said that diabetes was also increasing... Fabrizio J Bonsignore, now Danilo J Bonsignore Immortals (history) All 4 messages in topic - view as tree fbonsign...@beethoven.com May 19, 5:34 pm show options Newsgroups: ny.general, dc.general, seattle.general, la.general, utexas.general From: fbonsign...@beethoven.com - Find messages by this author Date: 19 May 2005 14:34:53 -0700 Local: Thurs,May 19 2005 5:34 pm Subject: Immortals (history) Reply | Reply to Author | Forward | Print | Individual Message | Show original | Remove | Report Abuse They discovered a way to immortality. But it was a big secret, very well guarded, not for everybody... One thousand years later there were only homosexual men left on Earth... Fabrizio J Bonsignore, now Danilo J Bonsignore (no pseudonym) Reply fbonsign...@beethoven.com May 20, 12:17 am show options Newsgroups: ny.general, dc.general, seattle.general, la.general, utexas.general From: fbonsign...@beethoven.com - Find messages by this author Date: 19 May 2005 21:17:20 -0700 Local: Fri,May 20 2005 12:17 am Subject: Re: Immortals (history) Reply | Reply to Author | Forward | Print | Individual Message | Show original | Remove | Report Abuse fbonsign...@beethoven.com wrote: > They discovered a way to immortality. But it was a big secret, very > well guarded, not for everybody... > One thousand years later there were only homosexual men left on > Earth... > Fabrizio J Bonsignore, now Danilo J Bonsignore (no pseudonym) Update: some say a society of partenogenetic women acted as a counterbalance. Fabrizio J Bonsignore, now Danilo J Bonsignore Reply fbonsign...@beethoven.com May 20, 12:17 am show options Newsgroups: ny.general, dc.general, seattle.general, la.general, utexas.general From: fbonsign...@beethoven.com - Find messages by this author Date: 19 May 2005 21:17:16 -0700 Local: Fri,May 20 2005 12:17 am Subject: Re: Immortals (history) Reply | Reply to Author | Forward | Print | Individual Message | Show original | Remove | Report Abuse - Hide quoted text - - Show quoted text - fbonsign...@beethoven.com wrote: > They discovered a way to immortality. But it was a big secret, very > well guarded, not for everybody... > One thousand years later there were only homosexual men left on > Earth... > Fabrizio J Bonsignore, now Danilo J Bonsignore (no pseudonym) Update: some say a society of partenogenetic women acted as a counterbalance. Fabrizio J Bonsignore, now Danilo J Bonsignore Reply fbonsign...@beethoven.com May 20, 12:17 am show options Newsgroups: ny.general, dc.general, seattle.general, la.general, utexas.general From: fbonsign...@beethoven.com - Find messages by this author Date: 19 May 2005 21:17:46 -0700 Local: Fri,May 20 2005 12:17 am Subject: Re: Immortals (history) Reply | Reply to Author | Forward | Print | Individual Message | Show original | Remove | Report Abuse fbonsign...@beethoven.com wrote: > They discovered a way to immortality. But it was a big secret, very > well guarded, not for everybody... > One thousand years later there were only homosexual men left on > Earth... > Fabrizio J Bonsignore, now Danilo J Bonsignore (no pseudonym) Legend: it's been said that the homosexual male human society ended up averaging their genotypes and couldn't cope with enviromental change. That's when we finally occupied the planet, after 15000 years of guerrilla warfare... Fabrizio J Bonsignore, now Danilo J Bonsignore (no pseudonym) Voices (stories) Only 1 message in topic - view as tree fbonsign...@beethoven.com May 21, 5:36 pm show options Newsgroups: ny.general, dc.general, la.general, seattle.general, utexas.general From: fbonsign...@beethoven.com - Find messages by this author Date: 21 May 2005 14:36:08 -0700 Local: Sat,May 21 2005 5:36 pm Subject: Voices (stories) Reply | Reply to Author | Forward | Print | Individual Message | Show original | Remove | Report Abuse It began with a few words, going increasingly more personal. It was certainly for him. Chosen. There was little ground to doubt, it was so convincing, he was chosen because he *is* special! He began paying attention to the voices, letting himself be directed. The day was near and he had lots of things to do and prepare. The big day arrived, finally, the greatest night! That night the whole city went into a wild rampage of murder, rape and destruction. The next day it was very quiet. But somewhere in a corner a filthy old man with a nice voice had been talking to himself all the while and didn't stop... Fabrizio J Bonsignore, now Danilo J Bonsignore 10,000 Virgins (modern story) Only 1 message in topic - view as tree fbonsign...@beethoven.com May 24, 6:49 pm show options Newsgroups: ny.general, dc.general, seattle.general, la.general, utexas.general From: fbonsign...@beethoven.com - Find messages by this author Date: 24 May 2005 15:49:44 -0700 Local: Tues,May 24 2005 6:49 pm Subject: 10,000 Virgins (modern story) Reply | Reply to Author | Forward | Print | Individual Message | Show original | Remove | Report Abuse He was becoming famous fast. It was his beauty, his personality, his ability to love... He acted like a magnet, both of lovers and of enemies. One day he was hurt by his enemies and to cure himself he imagined love. He loved with all his being, his ability, his desire. And it was such the power of his love that the magical moment was shared by 10,000 virgins, who that day knew their lover and the happiness and joy that love would bring to them. And they sang and told others that love had come to them as a vision, that they belonged to him... But the old, jealous men who were ruling that land where not happy. They didn't share that love, they couldn't participate in it. They could not allow it because they were not included. And so they passed judgement: the 10,000 virgins had to be sacrificed. They had them all killed. Legend: it is said that the mean old men used the same arts but backwards. They though of them and forced them and their parents to fall in traps. In 10,000 different ways the virgins were spent, wasted, scattered. And after their death the old men were kept in captivity and even today their hate and jealousness can be heard in the hearts of all; it is the matter of which guilt and taboo are made... Legend: some say they were not killed, they were just collected, but a charm was put on them so they became dumb and couldn't pass to others their knowledge nor act on their desire... And their lover was sought in all corners of Earth so that, in the utmost secret, they were reunited in a sacred paradise... Fabrizio J Bonsignore, now Danilo J Bonsignore The tour (story) All 4 messages in topic - view as tree fbonsign...@beethoven.com Apr 18, 2:23 pm show options Newsgroups: ny.general, dc.general, seattle.general, la.general, tx.general From: fbonsign...@beethoven.com - Find messages by this author Date: 18 Apr 2005 11:23:27 -0700 Local: Mon,Apr 18 2005 2:23 pm Subject: The tour (story) Reply to Author | Forward | Print | Individual Message | Show original | Remove | Report Abuse In http://www.oocities.org/telko­­makos/thetour.htm Fabrizio J Bonsignore, now Danilo J Bonsignore fbonsign...@beethoven.com May 13, 8:33 am show options Newsgroups: ny.general, dc.general, seattle.general, la.general, tx.general From: fbonsign...@beethoven.com - Find messages by this author Date: 13 May 2005 05:33:57 -0700 Local: Fri,May 13 2005 8:33 am Subject: Re: The tour (story) Reply | Reply to Author | Forward | Print | Individual Message | Show original | Remove | Report Abuse In http://www.oocities.org/telko­makos/thetour.htm In http://www.oocities.org/synto­tic/photos/myphotos.htm Fabrizio J Bonsignore, now Danilo J Bonsignore Reply fbonsign...@beethoven.com May 13, 8:33 am show options Newsgroups: ny.general, dc.general, seattle.general, la.general, tx.general From: fbonsign...@beethoven.com - Find messages by this author Date: 13 May 2005 05:33:37 -0700 Local: Fri,May 13 2005 8:33 am Subject: Re: The tour (story) Reply | Reply to Author | Forward | Print | Individual Message | Show original | Remove | Report Abuse In http://www.oocities.org/telko­makos/thetour.htm Fabrizio J Bonsignore, now Danilo J Bonsignore Reply fbonsign...@beethoven.com May 25, 2:46 pm show options Newsgroups: ny.general, dc.general, seattle.general, la.general, tx.general From: fbonsign...@beethoven.com - Find messages by this author Date: 25 May 2005 11:46:54 -0700 Local: Wed,May 25 2005 2:46 pm Subject: Re: The tour (story) Reply | Reply to Author | Forward | Print | Individual Message | Show original | Remove | Report Abuse fbonsign...@beethoven.com wrote: > In http://www.oocities.org/telko­makos/thetour.htm > Fabrizio J Bonsignore, now Danilo J Bonsignore Rumor: some said the tours would end and begin in the piers, but nobody could be found to corroborate this... Fabrizio J Bonsignore, now Danilo J Bonsignore Nothing Happened! (wacko story) Only 1 message in topic - view as tree fbonsign...@beethoven.com May 26, 6:32 pm show options Newsgroups: ny.general, dc.general, seattle.general, la.general, utexas.general From: fbonsign...@beethoven.com - Find messages by this author Date: 26 May 2005 15:32:02 -0700 Local: Thurs,May 26 2005 6:32 pm Subject: Nothing Happened! (wacko story) Reply | Reply to Author | Forward | Print | Individual Message | Show original | Remove | Report Abuse That day he was riding the subway as always when a wacko pushed him from behind with no apparent reason. Nothing would have happened, but he was not paying attention and only recovered equilibrium after stabilizing himself with both hands on the breasts of the beautiful blonde in front of him. The wacko was delighted when the blonde, with obvious pleasure, began shouting hysteric and hitting him first with her hands ten with her purse. Nobody knew who was the guy who took self interest in the matter and following the blonde's anger began punding the now fallen man. It was too much. A group of tough teenagers couldn't stand such injustice and ganged up on the self appointed "champion", the blonde, the fallen man and just out of sheer luck missed the wacko who pushed him. The whole car was already competing for the best reproduction of a sallon fight when on the far corner an old lady decided to call to order by pulling the emergency lever. Obediently, the decelerating train stopped dead on its tracks short of reaching the station, turning the unaware passengers into a spaghetti of legs and arms. It would have ended there, except that the next train was was ahead of schedule and by the time the newly trained driver reacted it was too late to stop it. Unfortunately it was one of the busiest stations at rush hour, so when the cars began spilling over into the station corridors a sea of people flowed out of the station, forcing the busy drivers to halt and get stuck in an unexpected jam. Hundreds of cell phones were ringing by then all across the city and nearest cities, informing of the emergency and calling firemen and ambulances, but since all emergency services arrived at once and got stuck in the jam soon there was a mob going all ways without knowing exactly why they wre going somewhere. But the real probelm began when a clueless spy from a small country intent in building atoomic bombs in secret saw his moment of glory coming and called his superiors to inform them how anarchy was reigning. The wackos who were ruling that country thought it was a good moment to show who's boss and decided to test one of their newly produced bombs, convinced of the utter anarchy of the ruling country, thjough unluckily their salvaged missiles were not wuite working so they not only blew themselves out, but one bomb reached the nearest military power. They didn't know the small country had bombs, so they assumed a failure in the other country's attack system and considered necessary to neutralize them before more missiles reached them. By the time the first unexpected bombs were detected there was nothing they could do to stop the automated defense system. It all happened in a matter of a few hours. Three days later the last survivors of the train crash were seeing light again. The man who had fallen on the blonde managed to apologize and made her his fiancee. But, alas!, the world they knew was no more... Fabrizio J Bonsignore, now Danilo J Bonsignore Generation X (real life story?) All 9 messages in topic - view as tree fbonsign...@beethoven.com May 12, 12:37 pm show options Newsgroups: ny.general, dc.general, seattle.general, utexas.general, la.general From: fbonsign...@beethoven.com - Find messages by this author Date: 12 May 2005 09:37:18 -0700 Local: Thurs,May 12 2005 12:37 pm Subject: Generation X (real life story?) Reply | Reply to Author | Forward | Print | Individual Message | Show original | Remove | Report Abuse Anticipation was killing him. So many years had passed since high school, all of them must be so changed. HE was very changed. No longer the library mouse turned rocker, but a fully accomplished... well, many things. That was the surprise! Particularly the girls would have a great time trying to believe what he could do. It wold be the best geneartion meeting ever. The event was dissapointing. What happened? he asked himself. It was so advertised that even he himself knew of it. But besides a few old teachers and some grown up men he hardly remembered, nobody showed up. Not even the popular ones, and certainly none of his very closed friends. Much less his girl-friends... The evening was very sad indeed. In some remote place some militaries were enjoying some very gross #### rated ###########... Fabrizio J Bonsignore, now Danilo J Bonsignore Reply SantaAnaBanana May 12, 2:09 pm show options Newsgroups: ny.general, dc.general, seattle.general, utexas.general, la.general From: "SantaAnaBanana" - Find messages by this author Date: 12 May 2005 11:09:05 -0700 Local: Thurs,May 12 2005 2:09 pm Subject: Re: Generation X (real life story?) Reply | Reply to Author | Forward | Print | Individual Message | Show original | Report Abuse - Hide quoted text - - Show quoted text - fbonsign...@beethoven.com wrote: > Anticipation was killing him. So many years had passed since high > school, all of them must be so changed. HE was very changed. No longer > the library mouse turned rocker, but a fully accomplished... well, many > things. That was the surprise! Particularly the s would have a > great time trying to believe what he could do. It wold be the best > geneartion meeting ever. > The event was dissapointing. What happened? he asked himself. It was so > advertised that even he himself knew of it. But besides a few old > teachers and some grown up men he hardly remembered, nobody showed up. > Not even the popular ones, and certainly none of his very closed > friends. Much less his -friends... The evening was very sad indeed. > In some remote place some militaries were enjoying some very gross ################# ography... > Fabrizio J Bonsignore, now Danilo J Bonsignore Rilly Kewl stuff! Please submit your future masterpieces to Ric: r...@sonic.net Reply fbonsign...@beethoven.com May 12, 6:23 pm show options Newsgroups: ny.general, dc.general, seattle.general, utexas.general, la.general From: fbonsign...@beethoven.com - Find messages by this author Date: 12 May 2005 15:23:28 -0700 Local: Thurs,May 12 2005 6:23 pm Subject: Re: Generation X (real life story?) Reply | Reply to Author | Forward | Print | Individual Message | Show original | Remove | Report Abuse Rilly Kewl stuff! Please submit your future masterpieces to Ric: r...@sonic.net Am I gonna be paid? That's what I need, though the intention is different, more like this is happening... -o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o­-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o­-o-o-o - Hide quoted text - - Show quoted text - Anticipation was killing him. So many years had passed since high school, all of them must be so changed. HE was very changed. No longer the library mouse turned rocker, but a fully accomplished... well, many things. That was the surprise! Particularly the girls would have a great time trying to believe what he could do. It wold be the best geneartion meeting ever. The event was dissapointing. What happened? he asked himself. It was so advertised that even he himself knew of it. But besides a few old teachers and some grown up men he hardly remembered, nobody showed up. Not even the popular ones, and certainly none of his very closed friends. Much less his girl-friends... The evening was very sad indeed. In some remote place some militaries were enjoying some very gross #### rated ###########... Fabrizio J Bonsignore, now Danilo J Bonsignore Reply fbonsign...@beethoven.com May 13, 8:16 am show options Newsgroups: ny.general, dc.general, seattle.general, utexas.general, la.general From: fbonsign...@beethoven.com - Find messages by this author Date: 13 May 2005 05:16:34 -0700 Local: Fri,May 13 2005 8:16 am Subject: Re: Generation X (real life story?) Reply | Reply to Author | Forward | Print | Individual Message | Show original | Remove | Report Abuse - Hide quoted text - - Show quoted text - > Anticipation was killing him. So many years had passed since high > school, all of them must be so changed. HE was very changed. No longer > the library mouse turned rocker, but a fully accomplished... well, many > things. That was the surprise! Particularly the girls would have a > great time trying to believe what he could do. It wold be the best > geneartion meeting ever. > The event was dissapointing. What happened? he asked himself. It was so > advertised that even he himself knew of it. But besides a few old > teachers and some grown up men he hardly remembered, nobody showed up. > Not even the popular ones, and certainly none of his very closed > friends. Much less his girl-friends... The evening was very sad indeed. > In some remote place some militaries were enjoying some very gross #### > rated ###########... > Fabrizio J Bonsignore, now Danilo J Bonsignore Epilogue: Later it was known that one of the high ranking officials was gay, and had a crunch on him (and others). Fortunately, he was exposed and "defenestrated" before he could reach him. Fabrizio J Bonsignore, now Danilo J Bonsignore Reply the ram arm May 15, 11:20 am show options Newsgroups: ny.general, dc.general, seattle.general, utexas.general, la.general From: "the ram arm" - Find messages by this author Date: 15 May 2005 08:20:29 -0700 Local: Sun,May 15 2005 11:20 am Subject: Re: Generation X (real life story?) Reply | Reply to Author | Forward | Print | Individual Message | Show original | Report Abuse - Hide quoted text - - Show quoted text - fbonsign...@beethoven.com wrote: > Anticipation was killing him. So many years had passed since high > school, all of them must be so changed. HE was very changed. No longer > the library mouse turned rocker, but a fully accomplished... well, many > things. That was the surprise! Particularly the girls would have a > great time trying to believe what he could do. It wold be the best > geneartion meeting ever. > The event was dissapointing. What happened? he asked himself. It was so > advertised that even he himself knew of it. But besides a few old > teachers and some grown up men he hardly remembered, nobody showed up. > Not even the popular ones, and certainly none of his very closed > friends. Much less his girl-friends... The evening was very sad indeed. > In some remote place some militaries were enjoying some very gross #### > rated ###########... > Fabrizio J Bonsignore, now Danilo J Bonsignore Rumor: some say that they made a pact with the Devil! They heard him in their mind and are sacrificing a generation to him to achieve real immortality. Fabrizio J Bonsignore, now Danilo J Bonsignore Reply the ram arm May 15, 11:23 am show options Newsgroups: ny.general, dc.general, seattle.general, utexas.general, la.general From: "the ram arm" - Find messages by this author Date: 15 May 2005 08:23:31 -0700 Local: Sun,May 15 2005 11:23 am Subject: Re: Generation X (real life story?) Reply | Reply to Author | Forward | Print | Individual Message | Show original | Report Abuse - Hide quoted text - - Show quoted text - fbonsign...@beethoven.com wrote: > > Anticipation was killing him. So many years had passed since high > > school, all of them must be so changed. HE was very changed. No > longer > > the library mouse turned rocker, but a fully accomplished... well, > many > > things. That was the surprise! Particularly the girls would have a > > great time trying to believe what he could do. It wold be the best > > geneartion meeting ever. > > The event was dissapointing. What happened? he asked himself. It was > so > > advertised that even he himself knew of it. But besides a few old > > teachers and some grown up men he hardly remembered, nobody showed > up. > > Not even the popular ones, and certainly none of his very closed > > friends. Much less his girl-friends... The evening was very sad > indeed. > > In some remote place some militaries were enjoying some very gross > #### > > rated ###########... > > Fabrizio J Bonsignore, now Danilo J Bonsignore > Epilogue: Later it was known that one of the high ranking officials was > gay, and had a crunch on him (and others). Fortunately, he was exposed > and "defenestrated" before he could reach him. > Fabrizio J Bonsignore, now Danilo J Bonsignore Rumor: it is being said that they are doing it to reinterpret his life and leave nobody who would speak for him! And those they cannot kill are turned into "criminals" and defamated as being members of his "band". Fabrizio J Bonsignore, now Danilo J Bonsignore Reply fbonsign...@beethoven.com May 22, 2:14 pm show options Newsgroups: ny.general, dc.general, seattle.general, utexas.general, la.general From: fbonsign...@beethoven.com - Find messages by this author Date: 22 May 2005 11:14:08 -0700 Local: Sun,May 22 2005 2:14 pm Subject: Re: Generation X (real life story?) Reply | Reply to Author | Forward | Print | Individual Message | Show original | Remove | Report Abuse - Hide quoted text - - Show quoted text - the ram arm wrote: > fbonsign...@beethoven.com wrote: > > > Anticipation was killing him. So many years had passed since high > > > school, all of them must be so changed. HE was very changed. No > > longer > > > the library mouse turned rocker, but a fully accomplished... well, > > many > > > things. That was the surprise! Particularly the girls would have a > > > great time trying to believe what he could do. It wold be the best > > > geneartion meeting ever. > > > The event was dissapointing. What happened? he asked himself. It > was > > so > > > advertised that even he himself knew of it. But besides a few old > > > teachers and some grown up men he hardly remembered, nobody showed > > up. > > > Not even the popular ones, and certainly none of his very closed > > > friends. Much less his girl-friends... The evening was very sad > > indeed. > > > In some remote place some militaries were enjoying some very gross > > #### > > > rated ###########... > > > Fabrizio J Bonsignore, now Danilo J Bonsignore > > Epilogue: Later it was known that one of the high ranking officials > was > > gay, and had a crunch on him (and others). Fortunately, he was > exposed > > and "defenestrated" before he could reach him. > > Fabrizio J Bonsignore, now Danilo J Bonsignore > Rumor: it is being said that they are doing it to reinterpret his life > and leave nobody who would speak for him! And those they cannot kill > are turned into "criminals" and defamated as being members of his > "band". > Fabrizio J Bonsignore, now Danilo J Bonsignore Rumor: they say it was noticed when scientist began being sacrificed then... Fabrizio J Bonsignore, now Danilo J Bonsignore Reply fbonsign...@beethoven.com May 22, 2:14 pm show options Newsgroups: ny.general, dc.general, seattle.general, utexas.general, la.general From: fbonsign...@beethoven.com - Find messages by this author Date: 22 May 2005 11:14:15 -0700 Local: Sun,May 22 2005 2:14 pm Subject: Re: Generation X (real life story?) Reply | Reply to Author | Forward | Print | Individual Message | Show original | Remove | Report Abuse - Hide quoted text - - Show quoted text - the ram arm wrote: > fbonsign...@beethoven.com wrote: > > > Anticipation was killing him. So many years had passed since high > > > school, all of them must be so changed. HE was very changed. No > > longer > > > the library mouse turned rocker, but a fully accomplished... well, > > many > > > things. That was the surprise! Particularly the girls would have a > > > great time trying to believe what he could do. It wold be the best > > > geneartion meeting ever. > > > The event was dissapointing. What happened? he asked himself. It > was > > so > > > advertised that even he himself knew of it. But besides a few old > > > teachers and some grown up men he hardly remembered, nobody showed > > up. > > > Not even the popular ones, and certainly none of his very closed > > > friends. Much less his girl-friends... The evening was very sad > > indeed. > > > In some remote place some militaries were enjoying some very gross > > #### > > > rated ###########... > > > Fabrizio J Bonsignore, now Danilo J Bonsignore > > Epilogue: Later it was known that one of the high ranking officials > was > > gay, and had a crunch on him (and others). Fortunately, he was > exposed > > and "defenestrated" before he could reach him. > > Fabrizio J Bonsignore, now Danilo J Bonsignore > Rumor: it is being said that they are doing it to reinterpret his life > and leave nobody who would speak for him! And those they cannot kill > are turned into "criminals" and defamated as being members of his > "band". > Fabrizio J Bonsignore, now Danilo J Bonsignore Rumor: they say it was noticed when scientists began being sacrificed then... Fabrizio J Bonsignore, now Danilo J Bonsignore Reply fbonsign...@beethoven.com May 28, 6:04 pm show options Newsgroups: ny.general, dc.general, seattle.general, utexas.general, la.general From: fbonsign...@beethoven.com - Find messages by this author Date: 28 May 2005 15:04:51 -0700 Local: Sat,May 28 2005 6:04 pm Subject: Re: Generation X (real life story?) Reply | Reply to Author | Forward | Print | Individual Message | Show original | Remove | Report Abuse - Hide quoted text - - Show quoted text - fbonsign...@beethoven.com wrote: > the ram arm wrote: > > fbonsign...@beethoven.com wrote: > > > > Anticipation was killing him. So many years had passed since high > > > > school, all of them must be so changed. HE was very changed. No > > > longer > > > > the library mouse turned rocker, but a fully accomplished... > well, > > > many > > > > things. That was the surprise! Particularly the girls would have > a > > > > great time trying to believe what he could do. It wold be the > best > > > > geneartion meeting ever. > > > > The event was dissapointing. What happened? he asked himself. It > > was > > > so > > > > advertised that even he himself knew of it. But besides a few old > > > > teachers and some grown up men he hardly remembered, nobody > showed > > > up. > > > > Not even the popular ones, and certainly none of his very closed > > > > friends. Much less his girl-friends... The evening was very sad > > > indeed. > > > > In some remote place some militaries were enjoying some very > gross > > > #### > > > > rated ###########... > > > > Fabrizio J Bonsignore, now Danilo J Bonsignore > > > Epilogue: Later it was known that one of the high ranking officials > > was > > > gay, and had a crunch on him (and others). Fortunately, he was > > exposed > > > and "defenestrated" before he could reach him. > > > Fabrizio J Bonsignore, now Danilo J Bonsignore > > Rumor: it is being said that they are doing it to reinterpret his > life > > and leave nobody who would speak for him! And those they cannot kill > > are turned into "criminals" and defamated as being members of his > > "band". > > Fabrizio J Bonsignore, now Danilo J Bonsignore > Rumor: they say it was noticed when scientists began being sacrificed > then... > Fabrizio J Bonsignore, now Danilo J Bonsignore Rumor: there may be supporting evidence in the internet, but people look so different in pictures... and different people may be confused with others... Danilo J. BOnsignore then Fabrizio J. Bonsignore again Danilo J. Bonsignore The lottery (a story) All 11 messages in topic - view as tree fbonsign...@beethoven.com Apr 20, 8:23 am show options Newsgroups: ny.general, la.general, tx.general, seattle.general, dc.general From: fbonsign...@beethoven.com - Find messages by this author Date: 20 Apr 2005 05:23:08 -0700 Local: Wed,Apr 20 2005 8:23 am Subject: The lottery (a story) Reply to Author | Forward | Print | Individual Message | Show original | Remove | Report Abuse Read it in: http://www.oocities.org/telko­makos/thelottery.htm Epilogue: Few days later the workers were building canopies outside the building. Lots of refuse were expected from that work. Works would proceed under utmost discretion. Danilo J Bonsignore, previously Fabrizio J Bonsignore the ram arm May 15, 11:25 am show options Newsgroups: ny.general, la.general, tx.general, seattle.general, dc.general From: "the ram arm" - Find messages by this author Date: 15 May 2005 08:25:19 -0700 Local: Sun,May 15 2005 11:25 am Subject: Re: The lottery (a story) Reply | Reply to Author | Forward | Print | Individual Message | Show original | Report Abuse fbonsign...@beethoven.com wrote: > Read it in: > http://www.oocities.org/telko­makos/thelottery.htm > Epilogue: > Few days later the workers were building canopies outside the building. > Lots of refuse were expected from that work. Works would proceed under > utmost discretion. > Danilo J Bonsignore, previously Fabrizio J Bonsignore Rumor: It was said that to resuce them the only way was to send teams of very strong women! Men would fall under the "spell"... Fabrizio J Bonsignore, now Danilo J Bonsignore Reply fbonsign...@beethoven.com May 17, 5:23 pm show options Newsgroups: ny.general, la.general, tx.general, seattle.general, dc.general From: fbonsign...@beethoven.com - Find messages by this author Date: 17 May 2005 14:23:56 -0700 Local: Tues,May 17 2005 5:23 pm Subject: Re: The lottery (a story) Reply | Reply to Author | Forward | Print | Individual Message | Show original | Remove | Report Abuse Rumor: they say it was a group of (foreign) policemen! Because they would use a scapegoat... Danilo J Bonsignore, previously Fabrizio J Bonsignore Reply fbonsign...@beethoven.com May 22, 2:49 pm show options Newsgroups: ny.general, la.general, tx.general, seattle.general, dc.general From: fbonsign...@beethoven.com - Find messages by this author Date: 22 May 2005 11:49:24 -0700 Local: Sun,May 22 2005 2:49 pm Subject: Re: The lottery (a story) Reply | Reply to Author | Forward | Print | Individual Message | Show original | Remove | Report Abuse fbonsign...@beethoven.com wrote: > Rumor: they say it was a group of (foreign) policemen! Because they > would use a scapegoat... > Danilo J Bonsignore, previously Fabrizio J Bonsignore Fact: and it was only the fairest and most beautiful of the girls of men who were chosen to remain in a timeless land never to return to their families and would-be lovers... Fabrizio J Bonsignore, now Danilo J Bonsignore Reply fbonsign...@beethoven.com May 28, 6:07 pm show options Newsgroups: ny.general, la.general, tx.general, seattle.general, dc.general From: fbonsign...@beethoven.com - Find messages by this author Date: 28 May 2005 15:07:18 -0700 Local: Sat,May 28 2005 6:07 pm Subject: Re: The lottery (a story) Reply | Reply to Author | Forward | Print | Individual Message | Show original | Remove | Report Abuse fbonsign...@beethoven.com wrote: > fbonsign...@beethoven.com wrote: > > Rumor: they say it was a group of (foreign) policemen! Because they > > would use a scapegoat... > > Danilo J Bonsignore, previously Fabrizio J Bonsignore > Fact: and it was only the fairest and most beautiful of the girls of > men who were chosen to remain in a timeless land never to return to > their families and would-be lovers... > Fabrizio J Bonsignore, now Danilo J Bonsignore Rumor: it was said that it was an agreement actually, between commanders of two countries, to do a settlement of accounts... Danilo J. Bonsignore then Fabrizio J. Bonsignore again Danilo J. Bonsignore Reply fbonsign...@beethoven.com May 29, 4:31 pm show options Newsgroups: ny.general, la.general, tx.general, seattle.general, dc.general From: fbonsign...@beethoven.com - Find messages by this author Date: 29 May 2005 13:31:50 -0700 Local: Sun,May 29 2005 4:31 pm Subject: Re: The lottery (a story) Reply | Reply to Author | Forward | Print | Individual Message | Show original | Remove | Report Abuse - Hide quoted text - - Show quoted text - fbonsign...@beethoven.com wrote: > fbonsign...@beethoven.com wrote: > > fbonsign...@beethoven.com wrote: > > > Rumor: they say it was a group of (foreign) policemen! Because they > > > would use a scapegoat... > > > Danilo J Bonsignore, previously Fabrizio J Bonsignore > > Fact: and it was only the fairest and most beautiful of the girls of > > men who were chosen to remain in a timeless land never to return to > > their families and would-be lovers... > > Fabrizio J Bonsignore, now Danilo J Bonsignore > Rumor: it was said that it was an agreement actually, between > commanders of two countries, to do a settlement of accounts... > Danilo J. Bonsignore then Fabrizio J. Bonsignore again Danilo J. > Bonsignore Rumor: it was said that this was actually an agreement to avoid a full war, so one country would let the other steal young women and kill the families to avoid spending budget in soldiers and equipment (and prevent an economic crisis). Reply fbonsign...@beethoven.com May 29, 8:01 pm show options Newsgroups: ny.general, la.general, tx.general, seattle.general, dc.general From: fbonsign...@beethoven.com - Find messages by this author Date: 29 May 2005 17:01:25 -0700 Local: Sun,May 29 2005 8:01 pm Subject: Re: The lottery (a story) Reply | Reply to Author | Forward | Print | Individual Message | Show original | Remove | Report Abuse Rumor: they say it all began when a traveling travel agent arrived to a small Midwest town... Danilo J. Bonsignore then Fabrizio J Bonsignore again Danilo J Bonsignore Superheroe! (superstory) Only 1 message in topic - view as tree fbonsign...@beethoven.com May 31, 5:37 am show options Newsgroups: ny.general, dc.general, tx.general, seattle.general, utexas.general From: fbonsign...@beethoven.com - Find messages by this author Date: 31 May 2005 02:37:10 -0700 Local: Tues,May 31 2005 5:37 am Subject: Superheroe! (superstory) Reply | Reply to Author | Forward | Print | Individual Message | Show original | Remove | Report Abuse He did it again! The SUPERHEROE! In the very last moment he arrived to save the damisel in danger; actually the damiselS in danger, for there were scores of them in grave danger! And he received big prizes, of course, and the admiration of the People! Everybody was applauding the Superheroe! while the damisels in danger awaited their turn to give the Superheroe! the trembling kiss under the flash of the cameras. They were saved! Two blocks away the real heroe was trying to figure out where were the damisels in danger. The friends of the Superheroe! were still celebrating that they gave the heroe the wrong lead again... Danilo J Bonsignore then Fabrizio J Bonsignore again Danilo J Bonsignore

The STories: The structure All 3 messages in topic - view as tree fbonsign...@beethoven.com May 14, 7:55 pm show options Newsgroups: ny.general, dc.general, seattle.general, la.general, utexas.general From: fbonsign...@beethoven.com - Find messages by this author Date: 14 May 2005 16:55:27 -0700 Local: Sat,May 14 2005 7:55 pm Subject: The STories: The structure Reply | Reply to Author | Forward | Print | Individual Message | Show original | Remove | Report Abuse The idea of the stories as a literary construction is to favor little reading time (appropriate for a massively informed information highway) with a strong emotional impression and a comparatively long meditation time. Besides leaving a moral of what can happen and has to be avoid, risky situations that can be called hiperrealism or sordid reality. In essence, it is mix of horror, fantasy and police stories, though any theme is appropriate as long as the idea of a situation being explained by a punch line is respected. Yet since meditation can lead to more ideas, I want to add the addendum, rumor, ommet, note sections as an additional element of this subgenre. Next, in XML (the session is being closed, they may go rude, they hear voices...) Reply fbonsign...@beethoven.com May 15, 9:10 am show options Newsgroups: ny.general, dc.general, seattle.general, la.general, utexas.general From: fbonsign...@beethoven.com - Find messages by this author Date: 15 May 2005 06:10:28 -0700 Local: Sun,May 15 2005 9:10 am Subject: Re: The STories: The structure Reply | Reply to Author | Forward | Print | Individual Message | Show original | Remove | Report Abuse - Hide quoted text - - Show quoted text - fbonsign...@beethoven.com wrote: > The idea of the stories as a literary construction is to favor little > reading time (appropriate for a massively informed information highway) > with a strong emotional impression and a comparatively long meditation > time. Besides leaving a moral of what can happen and has to be avoid, > risky situations that can be called hiperrealism or sordid reality. In > essence, it is mix of horror, fantasy and police stories, though any > theme is appropriate as long as the idea of a situation being explained > by a punch line is respected. Yet since meditation can lead to more > ideas, I want to add the addendum, rumor, ommet, note sections as an > additional element of this subgenre. > Next, in XML (the session is being closed, they may go rude, they hear > voices...) So, the XML structure (example) would be the following: Fabrizio J Bonsignore, now Danilo J Bonsignore Reply fbonsign...@beethoven.com May 15, 9:22 am show options Newsgroups: ny.general, dc.general, seattle.general, la.general, utexas.general From: fbonsign...@beethoven.com - Find messages by this author Date: 15 May 2005 06:22:48 -0700 Local: Sun,May 15 2005 9:22 am Subject: Re: The STories: The structure Reply | Reply to Author | Forward | Print | Individual Message | Show original | Remove | Report Abuse - Hide quoted text - - Show quoted text - fbonsign...@beethoven.com wrote: > fbonsign...@beethoven.com wrote: > > The idea of the stories as a literary construction is to favor little > > reading time (appropriate for a massively informed information > highway) > > with a strong emotional impression and a comparatively long > meditation > > time. Besides leaving a moral of what can happen and has to be avoid, > > risky situations that can be called hiperrealism or sordid reality. > In > > essence, it is mix of horror, fantasy and police stories, though any > > theme is appropriate as long as the idea of a situation being > explained > > by a punch line is respected. Yet since meditation can lead to more > > ideas, I want to add the addendum, rumor, ommet, note sections as an > > additional element of this subgenre. > > Next, in XML (the session is being closed, they may go rude, they > hear > > voices...) > So, the XML structure (example) would be the following: > > > > > > > > > > Fabrizio J Bonsignore, now Danilo J Bonsignore A more specific option for the stories' structure would be: Fabrizio J Bonsignore, now Danilo J Bonsignore (Oh, since they seem to be intercepting the packets in the visitor's center (or through a keylogger at least), and I was helping somebody yesterday while the session was closed, I could not publish it at the same moment. I had to wait til today! Looks like they have lots of tricks. Sorry, but the unwritten rule that people cannot emiograte if they are intelligent is an unwritten rule and therefore not valid! This "agreements" between nations are illegal: Nations are meant for the individual, not the other way around. A Nation is *not* a business, should *not* be a business. I am free to emigrate and my work belongs to me. If Mexico was burned by me and I am recognized... why not get rid of their illness and make things work? That approach of "you criticize me? I'll show you are right and I am nasty" is a very immature attitude. Why they have to poison the people I chose to live with because naturally they are sympathetic to me?)
The stories: not mere stories but real life is the motivation Only 1 message in topic - view as tree fbonsign...@beethoven.com May 11, 2:05 pm show options Newsgroups: ny.general, dc.general, seattle.general, utexas.general, la.general From: fbonsign...@beethoven.com - Find messages by this author Date: 11 May 2005 11:05:58 -0700 Local: Wed,May 11 2005 2:05 pm Subject: The stories: not mere stories but real life is the motivation Reply | Reply to Author | Forward | Print | Individual Message | Show original | Remove | Report Abuse These stories are not mere stories, but depictions of actual situations that may happen or have been enacted by terrorists, the people who have done everything possible to hide me and steal my means of earning an income. The intention is to warn people as to dangerous situations that they may fall into if they are not careful. Many things can be hidden by a few dollars given to the wrong person in the right place. That's what I want people to think about. Fabrizio J Bonsignore, now Danilo J Bonsignore
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