03.20.11 Dare Ruud Janssen, Obviously (I suppose), I have no website here--just random stacks of those cardboard boxes (& seldom (if ever) do I utilize the email address). My admission into your fold is a result of that "ning" thing (plus your generosity) & the only way that I could find to continue participating in your Marvelous & Grand Service --the I.U.O.M.A. Thank you. I am (& have long been) appreciative of your prophetic & thoughtful insight toward the phenomenon of correspondence art ("mail art")-----was it John Evans that first used that term? In any event, I find the IUOMA to be a joyous & convenient source for checking in on the "state of the art." Of course, I am always interested in the mail but I am not seeking more ,more, more --- I already owe a thousand postcards & letters (things are kinda winding down here). Also, it is not likely that I will be posting a photo (or photos). That stock image of a "stump", "block of wood","chip off the old block" seems to work just fine. All best to you & yours & the IUOMA! Richard Canard
05.06.14 Dare Ms. Diane K., That stuff that fills the plastic bubbles is called "Trash Champagne." Sin sincerely, Richard Canard
!2.02.14 Today I received a postcard from Ms. Angie Cope that reads:....... "I think IUOMA is a metaphor for life. Wait--maybe not--But when I go there I feel like everything I see and read is so cool but is just the tip of the iceberg. So many blogs and comments buried--waiting to be discovered...rediscovered."..... Now, isn't that a terrific valentine for Ruud Janssen & all of us here at the IUOMA???
08.02.14 Dare USPS & the IUOMA, I understand that it's been half a century now (Yesterday) since "The Beatles" first discovered America...& I can't tell you exactly what followed but I do know that I was not the only one responsible.... Anyway, late at night (after I turn out the light) I am perfectly willing to admit that part of the blame is mine. .....the walrus, richard canard