Jul. 25th, 2010


Left in front of 802 Saturday evening. )

Jul. 13th, 2010


Delivered to 1203B during Tuesday evening. )
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Jul. 7th, 2010


Email to Diego

[Sent Friday Morning.]

From: crkarsten@gmail.com
To: chasingdragons@gmail.com
Subject: Hi.

Hey Diego? I know you're busy - but if there's any chance you could spare a moment, can I bother you about something? I really need to [...] talk to you.

Jun. 2nd, 2010


From: chasingdragons@gmail.com
To: crkarsten@gmail.com
Subject: Hello from Peru!

Hello, Lotte!

I hope that you're doing well! I apologize for not e-mailing you sooner. I have been without access to any kind of wireless for quite some time. The jungle doesn't have a modem! But now I am able to access the internet, and I thought that I would show you something. I got one of those digital cameras that can take videos and the like. I can attach it to this e-mail so you can see it! You should watch it, it's very funny.

I should be going back home to Colombia in a few days. And then I am not sure where I go! Ah, but that is not so interesting. How have you been? I'm sure you are working very hard, like always! Make sure that you relax, okay? Your friend I met, the woman with the brown hair. James, I think? Tell her that I say she needs to take you out for fun sometimes! It is an order. I may not be a doctor, but I had a lovely conversation with a shaman just the other day and I'm sure he would agree with me that a little bit of happiness is the best medicine there is!

I hope to hear from you soon! Take care of yourself, and watch the video!

- Diego

Attached to the e-mail is a file named 'brkfst.wma.' )

May. 31st, 2010


Left pinned to the door of 804 after midnight )
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May. 3rd, 2010


Delivered to 803. Warning: not for the squeamish. )

Apr. 25th, 2010


Delivered to 802. )

Mar. 6th, 2010


This is embarrassing -- I've been here a while but I don't think I've met many of you. I'm Ava, on the first floor. One of my new year's resolutions has been to deal with stress better than I have been (mostly not dealing with it) and I'm just now getting around to figuring out how to do that. Manhattan is full of yoga studios and zen temples and whatnot, but most seem to cater to the very, very rich. Anyone here have any recommendations for a good, relaxing, not expensive place for some stress-relieving activities?

Jan. 25th, 2010


[Slipped under every door in the building after Bellum Black and available in every lobby table]

Letale Promises )