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Wil en Ed on October 7, 2008

Nice perspective Chris! Later more! Gr, Ed.

Picturepics on October 9, 2008

Hi Chris! Don't get startled by the name Ed54, i'm still the same Ed! The commentary up above shows it all. A few days ago i've tried to locate your adress with the white pages international. I've managed to locate Christopher Scalici in New York, aged 29. Don't know if its you, looking further i really got shocked. For a small amount of money i could get the adress, with a little more the story of your life and with about 50 dollars everything including a criminal record! Is this real or a sick joke? Is the government that paranoid you can pay to see if your neighbours are loyal obedient citizens? Or crack smoking, stealing outlaws? Incredible. Over here further up the street there's a house for sale. Be my neighbour! Maybe i'vr said too much, big brother is watching you and me. They're already ringing at my door, can see Bush in the background.....

Gr, Ed.

©Toodleberry on October 19, 2008

Hi ya Ed!!! 54,

I was so startled thinking that someone I don't know is writing to me like they know me...I screamed at the top of my lungs...I am not 29 but soon to be Farty-two (said with an Irish accent). If you click here and click on 33-second excerpt you can see me when I was 19 years old. The video image is small but I am on the right side of the image with spiked hair. This is all you'll pretty much of me on the internet. There are others with the same name, one being a medical illustrator, who's quite good. Not me though. It is true that you can pay money to find out about others but it is not government, but rather commerce. This is even more frightening to me. At least gov't is accountable, commerce on the other hand is more murky. I'll have to think about the place up the block from you. How much? I've always wanted to live in Holland. I felt somewhat at home in Amsterdam, but not sure as the world economy drops this is a good time to start a new life in another country. But I do think that you live in a special country, with all your own problems (like every country has) it seems like a great place to live. Please pass on a hello to Marian.

If Bush is outside of your house, exclaim to him that you know a pregnant girl down the block who is thinking of getting an abortion and he'll be diverted. ;)

I am so pleased by your invite as a neighbor. I am going to encourage you to visit NYC. You can do all of the tourist stuff and then I could show you and your family or just Wil things that most tourists wouldn't see. I think that you would see, visually, the architectural evidence of Holland. That's why I felt a bit at home in Holland. A much prettier Brooklyn.


Picturepics on October 19, 2008

Hi Chris!

Farty-two? Then I'm Filthy-four! (joking!). I have to watch your "Hollywood" experience on another machine, this one is fitted with Vista. Not yet an improvement. You're not the only one connected by name to a famous person. Over here we've got an well known actor which is actually related to me. We were once rang out of our bed in the middle of the night by youngsters, giggly asking if we are related. I think after talking with my wife (2.00 after midnight) they didn't like the actor anymore.....

The house further up the street will cost about 200.000 euro which is almost a bargain over here. The house is to be seen on my site, named "The street i live in". About the problems, we've got a lot of our own. I've got my bank account at one thats taken over by the government, due to financial problems, and my Mortgage at one that was bought by the first one mentioned....., by the way, there's a Moroccan living in the neighbourhood. Bush and his companions dug in in front of his door......

Still, in my opinion, this is a great place to live in among the Liberals. You can say what you want, wear what you like, say what is on the tip of your tongue. Within some limits, ofcourse!

I,d like to visit NY but i,m not able to fly because of health problems. But panoramio and your comments are a good replacement. By the way, i've got more conversation with you than with the lot of my family. Looking forward to your next conversation, and PICS!

Gr, Ed!

P.s. Marian went on vacation to Greece, soon there are new pics on her site, greetings from her too!

Picturepics on October 19, 2008

Hi Chris! Salut from Wil! I hope you won't get scared by the following things she did. The highest mountain she went up was 2516 m, she once was hanging underneath a parachute, travelled with a balloon, swam with dolphins, went 180m deep in a silvermine!

Still there's one thing she's scared off: grey Hair! The red you see is painted in the color she used to have....

Gr, Wil en Ed.

MaryKnapp on November 9, 2008

Chris I love this photo -- a window, a silhouette, geometry, narrative.

Suggested title, "I'd love to, but I've got this giraffe watching me"



marian06 on November 21, 2008

hey chris!!

how are you over there? is this what i'm reading for real?are you thinking of moving to holland? are you really sure? in my street is also a house for sale it's much cheapper and bigger then it's in my dad's street {haha}! so i see that my dad is not coming to NY! let me tell you a secret he is also afraid of flying!! don't let him know that i told you that!! but you can always come and visit holland. but anyway how are you? over here it's verry busy! my little girl is now crawling she is now 9 months! it's going really fast!

doei doei marian

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  • Uploaded on October 6, 2008
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    by ©Toodleberry
    • Camera: SONY CYBERSHOT
    • Taken on 2003/07/06 14:39:40
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