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February 2010
 
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Mon, Feb. 8th, 2010 11:03 am
Having nothing to say, no words but the words of others, I have to speak

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(Anonymous)
Mon, Feb. 8th, 2010 02:51 pm (UTC)
print opera

so it's only two more days left from the click opera countdown. let's take today's comment section to write my personal parting words instead of wednesday's farewell party.
reading your blog was amongst the most enjoyable and inspiring parts of my daily routine during the last years. a click opera thought each day keeps the shrink away. especially in those long days during my bread-winning job at the tv station. i could rely on that i receive my daily dose of fresh thoughts through click opera before lunch break. if work didn't let me dig too deep into the matter, i usually used the office's laser printer quite liberally and transferred the daily post including comments to paper (world climate forgive me!). so i had my click opera moment mostly in the subway, old-fashioned non-screen-reading on my way home, a stack of paper on my knees. that's the reason why i would have been one day behind with my comments. so print outs of click opera are all over our home. your userpic is on the back of shopping lists. cut-up versions of your thoughts will bear a second life on to-do-lists for the next couple of years. my children know your avatars ("dad's pirate friend nick") because since years they do all of their drawings on the back of those printouts. so me and my family will go on living with the paper copies of your livejournal even when it's closed. in this way some of your past thoughts will randomly appear in the future and this might help upon the lack of click opera... anyway, i am sad.
happy birthday in advance, nick.
eRiC, berlin


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