Bagism: Library

Cease & Desist -- Dear Yoko (page 1)


From Nov 29, 1996 to Mar 28, 1997, visitors to Bagism had the opportunity to write a letter to Yoko Ono asking that she reconsider the decision by her laywers to shut down my former John Lennon site. The first three pages of these letters were mailed to Yoko Ono but I never received a reply.

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(please note that new letters are no longer being accepted)


Nov 29, 1996
Tim Cross (tc@willowtree.com)
Comments: Dear Yoko, The pages that Sam put up concerning John were magnificent. They were a grand tribute to his memory and a gathering point for those who loved John. The fact that your lawyers saw fit to force him to remove those pages from the net is a very sad fact. Rather than this course of action I believe you might actually benefit in terms of furthering the fine work John created during his lifetime by working with Sam on creating a website on the internet that would be a fitting tribute to John. Please give him a chance to do this. God Bless You. Tim Cross


Nov 29, 1996
David Taylor (davidtay@tpgi.com.au)
Comments: Dear Yoko, Sam's Choukri's John Lennon page was an inspiration to me and showed how John's dream could be made real. In it I was part of a community of friends brought together in a true spirit of sharing, love and friendship. Surely the ideals we all came together to share should not be destroyed in such an offhand way. We came together to share a dream, please don't let it die. Love, always Love, David Taylor


Nov 29, 1996
Anna (anna.alstermark@mbox300.swipnet.se)
Comments: Dear Yoko! The page Sam set up about John Lennon only did one thing. It spread joy around the world,.. Joy for meeting new friends. For discussion Johns work. Peace. Love. We were all just meeting and greeting. I know he's worked really hard to make it a good page. A page that would help carry on Johns memory. And I think he really helped with that in some way,.. That was a place where bagism, Peace and Love came to life. And I'd really hate to see it lost forever,.. I wish you a wonderful X-mas and a happy new year,.. Love Anna "Pearl" Alstermark


Nov 29, 1996
Gareth Lee-Thomas (c9651280@hud.ac.uk)
Comments: Dear Yoko, I cannot understand why your lawyers saw fit to have the site stopped. I know that in theory, the duplication of copywrited material could lead to a loss of profits, and if supply became higher than demand a business can operate at a loss. The people I met and have grown to know and like very much, are not and will never be involved with the intention of saving some money on John Lennon memorabilia. For me the site was about trying to make a dream. I didn't know John Lennon, I only knew of his great work, and the message he sent with it, and it is my belief that Sam Choukri's site went that one step closer to making a part of that dream come true. If this message does fall upon open eyes, I hope that it will go some way to explain why so many people feel so strongly about it. Thank you. Gareth Lee-Thomas (England).


Nov 29, 1996
TDA
Comments: Dear Yoko: As a longtime fan of John Lennon,I naturally went looking for web sites dedicated to him.I looked at many John and Beatle sites.But ,the only one that I thought really captured John's vision of people coming together,a place where strangers could meet and become friends,and could talk about John,and the things he wanted for people everywhere,was SAM CHOUKRI'S JOHN LENNON PAGE.Now,because of the meddling lawyers,Everything that grew out of that page,new friendships,have been severly cramped.I also don't for one second,believe that a man like John Lennon,would have cared one bit, if a piece of art that he drew was on a NON PROFIT. web page!People that might never have seen John's art,got to see it everyday,and we apreciated it.It was John who after all said "Imagine NO possesions".And while I can only guess at what he meant by that,I'm sure you "Know" what he meant.My guess is that he didn't think people should let their possesions rule their lives.That love and peace was all that mattered.Well,Sam's web page,in it's own little way,was helping that cause.He wasn't making anything off of it.And the only thing we got from it was a new way to make friends,who loved John Lennon,and shared his vision of what we as a people could be.Now,I see that money REALLY is all that matters.And if that's true,then people can never change. TIM


Nov 29, 1996
Barry Barett (martech@worldnet.att.net)
Comments: Sam Chourki's John Lennon page is a great page and the best page on the web ! This page is a great page that represents John Lennon very well.We all were friends at the John Lennon web page and we all love John Lennon.you should give Sam permission to provide us with this page.


Nov 29, 1996
Dave Shorr (hshorr@wpcusrgrp.org)
Comments: Dear Yoko, When I found that Sam's page has disapeared I was quite angry, and quite amazed. Why would anyone want to destroy what one man worked so hard to accomplish. I think if John were still with us he would love to see that so many people (especially Sam) have devoted so much time in making everyone aware of his accomplishments. I don't think he would mind at all having his artwork on the Internet. Love and peace forever, Dave Shorr


Nov 29, 1996
Adam Clark (akc2@po.cwru.edu)
Comments: Dear Yoko, I'm writing to ask that Sam's Choukri's John Lennon be allowed to go back online. This page provided a tremendous amount of information about the great artist John Lennon. As someone who was only 4 years old at the time of his very unfortunate death, it is a pleasure to see what John had done while he was alive. This site provided me with the opportunity to do this and now it has been taken away. Please reconsider the decision that your lawyers made or at least take a look at the site itself. John was allowed to express himself through music, please allow Sam to express himself through this page. Thank you. Sincerely, Adam Clark


Nov 29, 1996
Dan (a18762@hotmail.com)
Comments: Dear Yoko, I think that you should allow Sam to keep using his web pages. I visited them frequently. And I think that they told a great deal about John. They were very creative and told exactly how talented John was. I also think it shows what an influence John had on his fans just by how many people have reqested that the pages be allowed back on. Please contact me by e-mail and tell me what you think. My address is a18762@hotmail.com


Nov 29, 1996
Mike
Comments: Yoko, the only thing that that web chat and page did was bring happiness to people all around the world.If you loved John so much then why don't you let other people enjoy the great songs and writings and his peace and love?All Sam was doing was bringing John back to life by letting other people know about him.i don't care what you and the lawyers think,that was a place that people could get together and talk in peace about John and other things.I am saying this on behalf of everyone that has been on the chat and the web page.It's crazy to shut down something we all love.


Nov 29, 1996
Moondog
Comments: It ain't fair / Sam Choukri / off the Net for spreading peace / Won't you care for Sam Choukri? / Off the net for spreading peace / Let him be, set him free / his work helps both you and me / they kicked him off for you / what else can your lawyers do? / gotta gotta gotta gotta gotta gotta gotta gotta let us be!


Nov 29, 1996
Nick Gilliam (gilliam@leadbelt.com)
Comments: Dear Yoko Ono,Im sad to see that Sam`s page has been turned off.): It`s sad because his page was THE best, if not one of the best,tributes to your husband. We all love John Lennon and through Sam`s page his legacy of peace and love lived on even though he`s no longer with us physically. So please,someone,please allow Sam to have his page back. peace


Nov 29, 1996
Jaime (abramson@postoffice.ptd.net)
Comments: Dear Yoko, I think it goes for others as well as me that the moment I logged on to Sam Choukri's John Lennon Page, I knew I wouldn't ever leave. Well, I've left, but forcibly. It's one thing to close down a nonprofit page for its artwork, but that page was something that meant a lot to all of us. The chat Sam had on there brought us closer to the world, meeting people from all different countries, and making peace with them. We often commented how the chat was like bagism, and how great that was. How could you close that down? We made friends, good, close friends through that web chat who we'll have forever. Did you know that some of us have become such great friends that we're planning on meeting in New York for a tribute to John? That's big, Yoko. It's not right to close down something that brought people together that much in such peace. And now some of us have nowhere to go. There is a refuge page that many go to, but it's inaccessible in my case, so I'm left alone, without any of my closest friends who understand me the most to talk to. And to think, this much damage was caused just because a few already rich lawyers felt they needs more money and picked on a harmless web site. That's pretty sad. -- Elementary Penguin


Nov 29, 1996
Kirsten St.Clair (tmclib@azstarnet.com)
Comments: Dear Yoko, I would really like it if you at least think about keeping this Web site on. I love this site. It has a lot of memories of John Lennon consisting of his art, music, and family. This has made many people happy and it also includes a live chat room which people can share all of thier thoughts about John Lennon. I have gone on there a lot and I simply love it! It would really please me and lots, lots more of people if you would be kind enough to do this. Before you go any farther, please at least think about it. ///o-o\\\ Sincerly, _ Kirsten St.Clair


Nov 29, 1996
Savannah (parent@execulink.com)
Comments: Dear Yoko--- I am a 14 year old girl. I live in Canada. I was not around in the sixties, nor the seventies. I was never alive to see a Beatles concert, or buy a Lennon album at the store, or to watch him give a speech. I only know what I have seen and heard about John Lennon and the Beatles. I truly love the music. I can only wish I was there and listen to music, I can only try to find out more about an era I was not around to see. Sam Choukri has spent a long long time trying to create a fitting tribute to the lifetime and to the memory of Mr. John Lennon. This place he created brought people from the most unlikely and likely places together in peace and love. In a way, he has reached the world with John's message of Peace and Brotherhood. Here was a place where anyone in the world could go at any time and see for themselves how wonderful a world with no enemys and no hatefulness, could really be. People like me who, if it werent for Sam's page wouldn't be exposed to such things, are very sad to see it gone. People who were around to see it firsthand could relive thier memories through Sam's page. His page wasn't just a tribute to John Lennon, it was also a tribute to the real meaning of World Peace. To say the least, we are all horribly upset about this whole ordeal with Sam's place getting locked. As far as I'm concerned, I think it has all been a huge missunderstanding. Sam's page did nothing but *promote* John Lennon. He never tried to demean, or make money off him in all the two years his page was up. I hope you will take this all to heart, and the letters of my friends as well, in closing, I wish you would visit this page: http://www.peaceday.org/family.htm and see the little family we have become. We all are separated now, with the closing of Sam's place. We have no way to interact. Please please reconsider the decision your lawyers made in regards to Sam Choukri's John Lennon Web Page! ---Savannah


Nov 29, 1996
Larie (larie@geocities.com) from USA
Comments: Dear Yoko, There isn't much else I really can add to what others have said here.....I'm not a particularly eloquent person. I understand perfectly your side of the argument, and I'm not well-versed enough in copyright law to make a valid argument there. Something inside me just screams that this isn't right. Call it my conscience if you like, but I would think that you of all people would understand. Apparently not.


Nov 29, 1996
Jill Dulyea (JDDulyea@aol.com)
Comments: Dear Yoko-- John Lennon has served many people in his wonderful music as a Beatle and with the Plastic Ono Band. I know for a fact that you believe that this is true. Sam's web page has served many people by informing and educating them. I know this because it has served me. I was 2 months old when the terrible happening occured. I have learned so much about him by reading and looking at the pictures Sam has provided in his web page. I believe that without this particular web page, I would not have learned what I know now about John. I am trying to help you see how Sam has helped informed many people about a great person. Do what you think is right and I will always cherish John and his works. I will love and pray for you, John, and your sons, Jill Dulyea


Nov 29, 1996
Nate from Marylan, United States
Comments: Dear Yoko, The pages Sam Choukri created were a wonderful trubute to John Lennon. His pages are or were the best pages on the net dedicated to Mr. Lennon. He gave everyone a chance to give there opinions on Lennon's work and talk to other fans of John. I don't know what your lawyers have told you, but as far as I know Sam's page is not making any money or has any purpose to make money. That of course means you are not loosing any. Since you, you lawyers, Apple Co., or any other organizations you are affiliated with have a page dedicated strictly for John and his acomplishments during and after the Beatles, have a page; you should not restrict Mr. Choukri from making one. I must say that I am not of the generation Mr. Lennon spoke to, he died before I was born, but I am still a great fan of his music. As for a solution to this problem with the web pages you could let Sam put up his page the way it was again, or make your own.(But please, I hope it is as good as Sam's.) (Also just as a little thing, it would be perfect to have an official web page made by the Beatles and you for the Beatles and John Lennon, but of course that is my opinion and I know it is shared by many.)


Nov 29, 1996
Elliott McDow (todd@psnw.com) from Fresno,CA, USA
Comments: Dear Yoko, Please allow Sam to continue with his Lennon page. I feel that it was a magnificent place to visit and that it is highly unfair to revoke a part of history that if John himself were still alive would see as a blessing of modern day invention and a tool for the spreading of world peace. Forget the trademarks and dollar signs. Remember the man.


Nov 29, 1996
Sarah 'Beatlemaniac' (blueware@netonecom.met)
Comments: Dear Yoko, I'm not sure how much you knew about Sam's page, but just in case, I'd like to tell you about it. It was a page that was dedicated to John, for the soul purpose of a tribute to him, as a person and a musician. The visitors of the web page and chat were people, old and young, who only wanted to be there to show how much they cared and still do care for Johnny. It wasn't a money making scam or anything like that. It was over 1000 people who were there to pay a tribute to our hero. It's the same thing as the people who stood outside the Dakota after John's death, and spent all night singing. I am only 15 years old. I never saw John in person, never met him, and was never even alive when he was. But I still consider him a friend and a person to look up to. We all do. And Sam more then anyone. It takes a lot of dedication on his part to keep up the web page and make sure there are no problems. Please remember: all of us are the people who are trying to give peace a chance. Please give us a chance. Thank you for your consideration and for making John so happy. Love, Sarah (chatnickname: Beatlemaniac)


Nov 29, 1996
Jennifer Robb (jrobb@eagle.ca) from Cobourg, Ontario, Canada
Comments: Dear Yoko, I am a huge fan of your late husband John Lennon. To me he was one of the most beautiful human beings in this world. Unfortunately being only 16 years old I never got to experience everything he did. Every thing I know about John I learned from books, movies, Cd's and Web Pages. Sam Choukri's web page was an excellant page, it was a place where we could learn about John, meet other fans of his to communicate with one other. There we continue to keep his memory alive. I think it would be terrible if this page was ceased, it helps to keep John alive in all of our hearts. - Jenn Robb


Nov 29, 1996
Peter Fitzpatrick (beatle@indigo.ie) from Dublin , Ireland
Comments: "all you beautiful boys with all your beautiful toys..." Yoko - remember what John said "Life is what happens to you while you're busy making other plans" ? Surely life is too short to snuff out the creative expression of Sam's site. Everybody's got their bag. Sam's got his. Please don't allow those "men in suits" : the very men John despised ruin his bag. Remember Love. -Peter


Nov 29, 1996
Jeff Blehar (bleharj@erols.com) from Potomac, MD USA
Comments: Dear Yoko: I awoke on the day after Thanksgiving and logged into the single most stimulating and intellectual site on the web to find that it no longer existed. I followed the trail of clues to this. Simply put, not only was Sam's web page the best online reference on John Lennon EVER, it also was 100% nonprofit and involved itself with the World Peace Day movement, something I'm sure was near and dear your heart and John's...The web page not only used elegant means to spread John's message of peace and love to a worldwide audience but provided the only forum on the Net where John fans could discuss his groundbreaking music and politics, as well as develop personal relationships. Personally, the most fun I ever had on the WWW was providing long, lovingly crafted reviews of your husband's albums for the web page. (Though maybe my review of Imagine might have pushed the lawyers over the edge...:-) I think, I hope that this happened as an error, and that possibly once you see the reaction of people like me the world over you will reconsider... God Bless Jeff Blehar.


Nov 29, 1996
Bill Hedge (whedge@colby.ixks.com)
Comments: oceanchild-- I love you. Spirit never dies. Spirit is alive in those who love. Share love with us.


Nov 29, 1996
P.Reyes
Comments: Please, let this nonesense be resolved! if nobody gets profit from a web page, whats the point of removing it? Sam Choukri's web page was (is) a complete legacy of the work of John Lennon, having it removed from the web only prevents others from learnig from his legacy. Please reconsider your actions. P. Reyes


Nov 29, 1996
Samantha Z
Comments: Dear Yoko, Please do not say you are trying to deny the acess to the world your recent acorn site was promoting. I am a new John Lennon fan (and a young one at that), and had it not been for Sam's page, I might not have realized all the non-beatle activities Jonh took part in. It was a wealth of information for my mind, ears and soul. No material profit was made from that page. Please show you are allowing John's memory to live without making money off his life. Let Sam have his page back. Let him modify it to your wishes but let him have it back. The last thing this world needs is more lawyer fodder. Take your own eyes, the eyes of a understanding women and not a money hungry lawyer, and examine a true fans work. You may see, it is more of a memorial to the worlds most brilliant mind than anything else. Thank you for your time and efforts


Nov 29, 1996
Allison (Come_Together@wow.com)
Comments: Dear Yoko, When I heard the news that the LENNON CHAT room had been deleted or taken out of exsistence. I could not believe it ! This was the "home" to us on-line users. The place where "everybody knew your name". Everyone in the rom shared your passion and enjoyment. Despite the fact we were hundreds, even thousand of miles away, the people with whom I and others chated with were like old friends. We shared everything from poetry to memories of the fabs. I would truly appreciate you brining back something we all loved and enjoyed ! Thank you for your time. Love is all you need, Allison


Nov 30, 1996
Steven Acevedo (steven64@phoenixat.com) from Kissimmee, FL. USA
Comments: Dear Yoko; I'm very dissapointed that you would allow lawyers to intercede on a web site dedicated to your husband. I have not seen Sam's page personally and if I had I wouldn't have found anything objectionable about it if he meant to celebrate John's life on the whole.We think quite highly of John and to not share in our experiences is a grievous wrong only to him but to the fans as well. Please consider my words carefully. The last thing I want in the world is to have to be attacked for my own web pages or my own opinions be they good or bad.


Nov 30, 1996
Heidi (DOUBLE_FANTASY@wow.com) from Vineland, NJ, USA
Comments: Dear Yoko: I don't know if you had anything to do with this at all but I'm very upset that Sam Choukri's JL Web Page is no longer available!!!! I've been a BIG JL fan since I was about 14 years old (I'm 23 yrs old now). Actually, I'm kind of shocked that this did happen. John ALWAYS believed in free speech and now it's not possible to talk about this GREAT human being!!!!! It makes me sad to think this, so, I pray that YOU and YOUR LAWYERS let Sam have this site back and hopefully YOU can help him w/this!!!!!! I didn't think you were the kind of person who would do something like this but I guess I was wrong!!!!!! If John were here today, I know, he wouldn't like the fact that it's not up any more. PLEASE reconsider what you have done to our spirits. Mine is heart broken but I DO believe that it'll be mended and the site WILL be back if EVERYONE just BELIEVES!!!!! Thanx for your time and understanding!!!!! My Email address is DOUBLE_FANTASY@wow.com until January 31, 1997. Love Always, Heidi "IMAGINE ALL THE PEOPLE LIVING LIFE IN PEACE!!!!!!!" I LOVE YOU, JOHN!!!!!!!!


Nov 30, 1996
Debbie Pruitt (DMP1028@AOL.COM) from Clayton, North Carolina
Comments: Dear Yoko, This is my second time writing you. The first time was this past June to thank you for giving the people who love John the Strawberry Fields Memorial. I made my first trip to NYC in June just to go there. I feel your intentions of this generous gift of this memorial site in Central Park was because you knew how many people loved John and would appreciate having a place to go to in his honor. Well, I believe Sam Choukri had the same intentions in mind when he created his John Lennon Web Page. Its a place to go on-line and learn more about John and talk to other people who love John and just like "chatting" about him. Sam had a page on John's birthday in October where you could "send a birthday message to John" and it was amazing to see how many Lennon fans responded, a great majority were fans who weren't even born until after John was killed! I think by having a web page site like Sam's it gives so many people an opportunity to get to know about John and what he stood for, and the more people who tune into his message the more chances are that his dream can someday become a reality! Remember, there's no where you can be if it isn't where you're meant to be, and Sam's Web Page is meant to be here for everyone who loves John! Please help us!


Nov 30, 1996
Craig Schroeder (w907@erols.com) from Pennsauken,NJ
Comments: Dear Yoko, Like millions around the world, I have loved John, since I first heard him in the sixties. I loved his music, I loved his humor, but most of all I loved his spirit. It was on Sam Chouriki's John Lennon Website that I discovered that John's spirit was still alive and vibrant, through all the people who met and chatted there. It was a place where we could all be together. It is unbelievable how affected I was to see how people all over the world gathered there to discuss John, peace, love and understanding. I implore you, please, to do anything you can to bring this forum back to us. We need you, We need each other. Love in every way, Craig Schroeder


Nov 30, 1996
liveletdie (liveletdie@worldnet.att.net) from USA
Comments: Dear Yoko, I was one of the many fans who visited Sam's John Lennon page. I was surprised, excited, but also dismayed to see John's artwork displayed there. I know very little about trademark and copyright law, but it was quite obvious to me that making his work available on the Internet affects its market value. Although I would still buy a print (if I could afford one!) I would be less inclined to pay for a book of his work because of its availability on the Net. So I certainly support your right to control the distribution of his work on the Net. However, Sam's page, like most fan generated web sites contained other things that are simply fan material; photos of John, articles written about him, discographies. Sometimes it is a fine line between what is valuable material that "belongs" to someone and what is the territory of fans. Deciding where the line falls is something that should be done by someone who knows that although fans may overstep in their enthusiasm, it is generally done with love and great respect for John. At the least, the lawyers should be given instructions to specify exactly what must be removed from a site so the entire site does not have to go down. That is an option apparently not given to Sam and we have lost more than a chance to see John's artwork. Shutting down web sites is shutting down fans and shutting the door on the world remembering John. Please help us find a compromise. Love and Peace, LLD


Nov 30, 1996
Dylan J. O'Boogie (106071.2064@compuserve.com) from Germany
Comments: Dear Yoko. I'm 17 years old and I'm from Germany. I must say,Sam's JL webpage was one of the best, and I bet John would have liked it too! that's all... Yours, Dylan J.


Nov 30, 1996
Brian Beatty (angel99@anet-stl.com)
Comments: Gee Yoko, I would have expected this from Paul McCartney. I truly hope that you were not personally involved in the push to remove Sam Choukri's John Lennon Web Page from the internet. I was elated when I came across this site on the internet. It (was) one of the few that didn't have advertising or self-admiration as it's main goal. It was just a place for fans of John's lifetime of work to come to and chat about the man and his music and art and what they meant to them. I don't understand why your lawyers didn't see that this page, in an indirect way, actually was effective advertising for John's work. Quite often, visitors would ask where they could purchase John's books, what books and albums were available, and so on. Why would anyone in their right mind eradicate a source of potential income? All too often, lawyers have a childish and paranoid view of the world, feeling threatened and challenged by something like this. If you actually were active in the decision to remove this site from the internet, I for one, would be truly saddened. After all, weren't you and John advocates of peace, love, freedom of speech and expression? Please re-think your lawyers actions and allow Sam to return his lovely tribute to John to the internet. Wishing you and yours the best during this holiday season, Brian Beatty


Nov 30, 1996
MAria Bronson (patti) (Bronsond@vianet.on.ca) from Timmins,Ontario,Canada
Comments: Dear Yoko, I belive you should change youre mind about canceling the Web-Chat. It is a place where ,thanks to Sam,John Lennons memorie is kept alive. It is also a place where people like me can go to discuss there simalar interessest with people around the world.Thank you for taking the time to read this and please rethink this matter. Sincerely, Maria Bronson


Nov 30, 1996
Anthony Petrosino (petrosa@ctrvax.vanderbilt.edu) from Nashville, TN
Comments: Dear Yoko, There was no better site on the Internet concerning John Lennon than Sam's site. It was innovative, respectful and complete. For whatever legal reasons this site was shut down, I will not debate. The site was filling a gap and providing a service for an obvious need. I would strongly urge you to consult Sam as you take it upon yourself to create your own John Lennon site. His expertise and passion will be a great resource.


Nov 30, 1996
Thomas R. Brown (trbrowns@intermountain.com) from Salt Lake City, Utah
Comments: Dear Yoko, For the past two years, our good friend Sam Choukri, hosted a John Lennon Web Page that has entertained and informed countless visitors from all over the world. In his own write, Mr. Choukri, was helping to keep John Lennon's spirit alive. However, it appears that you and your attorney(s) thought differently and are forcing a campaign to keep John's spirit alive from continuing. In fact, you are allowing it to die on the vine of love for your deceased husband. Let it be known that this site was not only not for profit, but in fact cost Mr. Choukri monies from his own pocket. Yoko, these images, artworks and whatever, are computer generated, not the real thing. No intent has ever been made here to take advantage of the talents of John Lennon. Your actions to kill such a project will only help kill the memory and love we all still have for John. Your actions are selfish and unlike those that you and John both stood for in the past. In the interest of all who love the works of John Lennon, please contact Mr. Choukri and come to an agreement as to what can be displayed and what you'd rather not share with the literally millions of fans across the world. Please stop helping in the demise of John Lennon's spirit any further. Help keep John spirit alive, and continue to help our love for our fellow human beings alive as well. It is actions like your attorney(s) is taking now, that kill the very soul inside each of our hearts. With Sincerity, Thomas R. Brown


Nov 30, 1996
Seth Hulsey (WDXF28B@prodigy.com) from USA
Comments: To get an e-mail from Sam and hear that his webpage dedicated to John Lennon had to be taken down really made me mad. This webpage was a great tribute to John. It had tons of info on him and tons of info of all the wonderful stuff he had done in his life. Then, to see that it was taken down, it really to something away from me. I could get on Sam's webpage and talk with fellow Lennon fans about all the great music you and him made. All the great times he had in his life, stuff like that. Now, since it has been taken down, I don't get to chat with fellow fans of his. It is truly dissapointing. I am only 15. I found out about the Beatles about 3 years ago and after that, I loved them! John seemed to be my favorite. So, I started buying his albums. After awhile, I wondered if there was a place on the internet I could go to learn more about him, talk with other Lennon fans, and you know what, Sam's webpage was the place. Sam was not making any money off of it and had no intent to. He just


Nov 30, 1996
Alex Hander from Tucson, Arizona, USA
Comments: Dear Yoko, Your husband was a wonderful, creative, influential, and musical human being. I think everyone writing to you realizes this. It is my understanding that your lawyers shut down Mr. Chokuri's John Lennon pages. This is just not fair. I can guess that you had very little to do with the actual shutting down, but only you can help restore Sam's hard work. If John was alive today, he would be proud of Sam's dedication and effort! Sincerely, Alex Hander


Nov 30, 1996
Samala Khan (sakhan@mail.vt.edu)
Comments: Dear Yoko, I was deeply disappointed when I found out that my favorite web location Sam's John Lennon Web Page was snatched off the internet and out of my daily routine. Through my admiration of John Lennon I met many people that I grew to love talking to through the web site. I am not too familiar with the legal matters of the internet, but I do know that Sam's webpage brought people together in the name of peace. The artworks were not displayed for profit and only the parts which were in question should have been removed, not the entire web site. I hope that there is something that can be done to rectify this situation. Yours truly, Billie Shears


Nov 30, 1996
Jack McMillan from NYC, New York
Comments: Dear Yoko, When I was a lad, the Beatles were the mosr popular thing around. They preached only love, peace and understanding; A message that is still as important today as it was thirty years ago. It is my own humble opinion that the more widespread this message becomes, the better this world can be. As your husband it in the summer of 1967, "All You Need Is Love." You have been very helpful with the Beatles lately; you let them use John's recording of "Free As A Bird" and "Real Love" to record on the Anthology series. However right now everyone is counting on you to save the day and Sam Chokuri's Lennon Pages. These pages mean everything to alot of people. They provided information about your husband, his message, and his music. If there is strict copyright infringement, you could at least let him remove those trademarks. Mr. Chokuri was recieving no money for this service, and he was not intentially doing anybody any harm. Quite frankly, Sam's John Lennon site is the best on the Information Superhighway, so it means alot to everyone that reads it. I am one of these people. There are specific features on Sam's page that are avaliable nowhere else. My favorite is the John Lennon chat room. It is a collection of little things like these that make it a shame that this site is no more. Sam's site has been very educational to me as well. I enjoyed this site when it was avaliable, and I will (hopefully) continue to enjoy it! Thank you very much for listening to me! Hopeful, Jack McMillian


Nov 30, 1996
CS from Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
Comments: Dear Yoko, the page that Sam Choukri created in memory of John was a beautiful tribute to a man many people loved, respected and admired. While I can understand your desire to protect his name from misuse, Sam's page was anything but that. It taught many people about the life of John Lennon, his music, his beliefs, and his genius. I for one learned a great deal about him that I might never have discovered without Sam's page. Sam is not seeking to make a profit here; he simply wants to educate people on the life and ideals of John Lennon.


Nov 30, 1996
Julie Rozewski from Chicago, Illinois
Comments: Dear Yoko, I, too, was saddened indeed, to hear about the bureaucratic desistance of Sam Choukri's John Lennon Web Page. I, along with all the other people who are emailing you, don't believe for one minute that you would support this. In no way, shape, or form was your late husband's name or legacy harmed, but rather honored. And in the spirit of the message that the both of you gave to the world, we too were striving for PEACE! I made friends on this chat & I know that sounds strange because I never thought I would, but I DID! And had the opportunity to meet some of them in person. All of us really DO share the idea of the possibility of WORLD PEACE someday. And I truly believe that we can attain this goal! You wouldn't believe the cross-section of international fans that we have had the opportunity to interact with! It really is encouraging, not to mention exciting! Please don't let these lawyers inhibit this. We are not in this for money or fame (no money CAN be made from this page), nothing but the simple pleasure of interaction with a common denominator of John & peace. Thanking you in advance, Yoko, for your efforts to keep the peace flame aglow! Love & Peace, Julie


Nov 30, 1996
Michelle from Wisconsin, USA
Comments: Dear Yoko, I'm one of the younger generation Lennon fans, and I strongly believe that Sam's page has helped me to gain more knowlegde about John and his great work. I have also met other people who are dear friends to me, and I have very much enjoyed being able to talk to them about how much John's life has influenced us all. I really think that Sam's page was a wonderful tribute to John, and I would really love to see it put back on the internet. Thank you, Michelle


Nov 30, 1996
Micah Dubinko (micah@gsoft.com) from Minneapolis
Comments: Dear Yoko, please forward this message to the lawyers... Dear Sirs: You are making a mistake by attempting to crack down on non-profit Lennon web sites, particularly Sam Choukri's. In the "gift economy" of the Internet, people freely donate much time and effort to subjects they care deeply about. This is the fundamental spirit of the Internet. If John were still around, he would be its foremost advocate! Instead of creating bad publicity, you should work with individuals to provide useful, entertaining, and thought-provoking information about Mr. Lennon on the Internet. Sincerely, Micah Dubinko www.gsoft.com/micah/


Nov 30, 1996
Karen Shore (kls@massmed.org) from Dedham, MA, USA
Comments: Dear Yoko, I am a longtime Beatles and John Lennon fan. I loved your husband's work while he was alive, and I was devastated when I learned of his death. My feelings on that day included many emotions, but one I will never forget is that of disbelief - John was SO ALIVE that I could not fathom a world in which he was not an active participant. I often wonder what the world would be like today if his death had not occurred. I was very pleased to discover Sam Choukri's webpage dedicated to John, as it showed evidence of quite a bit of research and hard work, supplying those of us who were already very familiar with John's career with much appreciated information. As far as I am aware, the author did not make money from the site, and I'd venture a guess that a young person coming upon the site for the first time would be likely to go out an buy some of John's albums to learn more. There was no negative or tasteless use of John's work, photographs, or quotations. Considering the above observations, I suggest you reconsider the legal steps you have taken to discontinue Sam Choukri's web site. I'm sure if there are specific items which you found objectionable (which I doubt you will upon further review), Mr. Choukri could be asked to remove those specific items, but otherwise continue the site. I must say, this website is much less objectionable than using the song "Revolution" to sell tennis shoes. Sincerely, Karen Shore


Nov 30, 1996
carla
Comments: Dear Yoko, the John Lennon page Sam set up was the greatest page on the web. I am a new found fan of John (13 years old) and his page helped me better understand the great things Mr. Lennon did. Please oh please oh please oh PLEEEAASE help Sam's page and John's soul live on in all his fans. ---all my love, Carla


Nov 30, 1996
Valorie Mace (amberm@iquest.net) from anderson,IN, America
Comments: Dear yoko,I know johns death upset you. Ive never seen the beatles in concert. Ive never heard his voice in live the people who did were lucky. I never had those experiences.You know how hard it is for john to be taken from you , why have him taken from us?


Nov 30, 1996
Laura LoMedico from Maryland,USA
Comments: Dear Yoko, This is my first time on this web page,and I'm quite disappointed. I've been looking for a web page that had a chat about John Lennon, and other interesting things. But know that I have found one it is closed. I am a very big fan of your husband,and yourself. I love his music,art work, and other talents, and I assure you I would never ever think twice of trying to make money off his art. Please do not shut down Sam's page becuse I would like to see what it is like, and find more about the greatest person of this century -JOHN LENNON-!An unhappy fan! Best wishes to you and your son! Laura


Nov 30, 1996
Andre Bisson (616306@ican.net) from Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Comments: I believe the site in question was the best one to honor John. To have it removed causes great sadness to me and to many others who where able to access the accurate information that was given. Sam was not making money off his site therfore it would be very nice of you to give him permission to continue. The site only promoted goodness...thanks...+9+Andre+9+


Dec 1, 1996
Kaizar Campwala (keypals@dca.net) from Newark, DE
Comments: Dear Yoko, John once said that art isn't something you see in a museum, but art is everybody, everything. Sam's Lennon page was a work of art, and no one should control it, or censor it. John would have it no other way. Let us all bask in the man that was John Lennon. Working class hero.


Dec 1, 1996
Michael Bierschenk (tlhinganval@geocities.com) from Nacogdoches, TX
Comments: Everyone has already expressed our feelings very eloquently, so I feel that I should probably not waste your time with a monster message. We loved the page, and I for one feel homeless on the Net without it. Help us bring "Sam Choukri's John Lennon Web Page" back! -tlhInganval


Dec 1, 1996
Cassie Hilke (Revolution_9@juno.com) from La Crosse, WI, USA
Comments: -Yoko- The page that Sam Choukri set up was in celebration of John's life...not to make a profit. I can't even begin to explain my feelings are towards this action. Hopefully you will change your mind once you recieve all of these comments from people that are upset about it. Sincerely, Cassie Hilke


Dec 1, 1996
Sean Siever (nutopia@sisna.com) from San Diego, California USA
Comments: Yoko, Why have you become the establishment? I have pulled pages dedicated to your work due to my concern over this incredible series of events that your name is involved with. All of the crass licensing of your husband's name (John Lennon GLASSES???), I see you have joined the likes of Michael Jackson and Michael Jordan. Go ahead and have your lawyers do the deeds in the modern business way and I will go ahead and judge your work in a modern approach - I won't buy into it. By the way, your personal website sucks. ~ sean


Dec 1, 1996
Brian Roberts (Brian.Roberts@gettysburg.edu) from Rutland. Vt.
Comments: Dear Yoko, Sam's page taught quite a bit about your late husband when I first became interested in the Beatles and John. His page is the perfect tribute to John, and it truely keeps his spirit alive. The world mourned when John died, but Sam resurected him when he created his page, please, allow him to keep it. -Brian J. Roberts


Dec 1, 1996
Scott Chatfield (scott@moosenet.com) from San Diego, CA, USA
Comments: What A Bastard The World Is.


Dec 1, 1996
Heidi Taves (high tension) (dtaves@orc.ca) from Shakespeare, Ontario, Canada
Comments: Dear Yoko, Sam Choukri's John Lennon site provided a wonderful chance for people to learn about John and all the wonderful things he did. His chat room enabled us to discuss John and his music and what we liked most about him. The whole site was intended as a sort of tribute to John where all who enjoyed his music could learn more about the man behind it. I urge you to take steps to drop the lawsuit against Sam. I know that all of us John Lennon fans would appreciate it! H. Taves


Dec 1, 1996
John Hernandez (groundy@msn.com) from Adelaide, South Australia
Comments: Dear Yoko, I am not sure why the lawyers closed down the Lennon site, maybe it was because it was "so Good and Interesting". Funny thing is that the John Lennon Drawings have become more noticed and inspired interest from people young and old from all -over the Globe, especialy since the wonderful Anthology CD`s have been released. Why dosn`t some-one from your camp allow the Lennon Page continue and make it official. warmest regards John


Dec 1, 1996
Katy Quill (rain57@seacoast.com) from Newbury, MA, USA
Comments: Dear Yoko, I am not going to say what John would have wanted or what John would have liked or disliked about Sam Choukri's John Lennon Page. For, I am not one to say, considering I'm only 13 and only the people closest to him would know. And that would be you. I don't know what John would have wanted but I do know what the fans of John Lennon want and need. We need Sam's Page. The only thing that can be found on Sam's web board and web chat, is a whole lot of love. You and John may not have made everyone think that Love is all you need, but you have made a very lot of us think that. Please reconsider not letting Sam's page up. That is all I can ask from you: you have already given this world so much. Peace, Love, and understanding, Katy Quill


Dec 1, 1996
Lesley Blakley (Jude) (lesley@iglou.com) from Charlestown, Indiana USA
Comments: Dear Yoko, When I first logged on the Net, I was interested in the Beatles and your wonderful husband, John Lennon. Sam Choukri's John Lennon page was the first page I went to, and continued to go to since. When I heard about Sam Choukri's line being destroyed, I couldn't believe. I loved to go there and chat about 'the things John stood for'! It was a place to learn about John's accomplishments, however small or great they were. The web site itself had to have been one of the cleanest and friendliest places to come. Sam set this site up 'as a memorial' for one of the greatest men that ever lived. We learned from it, was entertained by it, and very much enjoyed it all. I wish you would reconsider, and let Sam have his web site back.. We would like to keep John's memory and what he thought and cared about alive. If anything, would you let him continue it as John Lennon's Official Web Page????


Dec 1, 1996
Roy Chamcharas (chamchar@uiuc.edu) from Champaign, Illinois
Comments: Dear Yoko, Sam's John Lennon page was simply the best. With the page taken down, so many people will be cut from learning about John's accomplishments since many of the younger generation use computers to learn about things. All you need is love.


Dec 1, 1996
San Roberts (celtic@cts.com) from San Diego, CA, USA
Comments: Dear Yoko: Everyone else has said it well - please let us have Sam Choukri's John Lennon site back! Compromise, and allow Sam to remove any copyrighted items in question, but please let us have the site back. I was 20 when John died, and felt like I had barely had the chance to get to "know" him, but have found items at this site which have enhanced my knowledge of this great artist. Sadly, there are people responding here who were not even born when John died so tragically; please allow them the courtesy of accessing one of the best sites I have ever had the privilege to see. Thank you. Best regards, San Roberts


Dec 2, 1996
Lea Mohammadi (nlm2@ra.msstate.edu) from Starkville, Mississippi, USA
Comments: Dear Yoko, When my 13 year old brother died Sept 9, 1996, I pulled out all of my old Beatle albums and the occasional CD that i had aquired. The music got me through what has proven to have been the hardest thing I have ever had to endure. The music gave me a sence of hope and the will to go on. I thought back to the day that John died. I rembered how "lost" the world was. I felt how lost i was. I decided that i wanted to thank John for his music and insight. I looked up John Lennon on Yahoo and found Sam's page marked "hot". When I logged on, I was overjoyed. These people were for real. I Have made friends with them. We learn together, laugh together, cry together. we send eachother cards when the other is feeling low. You could never discribe the love shared on this page. We come together in the name of Peace and Love. We come together in the name of John Lennon. We come together to beg for the reinstatement of Sam's page. Please hear us. Please help us. I refuse to belive that the page whose soul was in keeping alive the ideas and teachings of one of the greatest men to walk this earth, is gone. Lost forever. Please don't let this happen. Yoko, you can stop it from being lost. Please! Help us keep the memories of John alive. Thank you for everything, Lea


Dec 2, 1996
Timothy Genuine (tgenuine@internal.dispute.au)
Comments: Dear Yoko, Not alone did you tear the Beatles apart and make one of the best bands in the world break up but you have now seized atribute to your late great husband preceeding. Thanks Tim


Dec 2, 1996
Corey (quarrymen) Polen (imagine@cs.bsu.edu) from Muncie, Indiana, USA
Comments: Dear Yoko...., When I heard the news I could hardly believe it. I don't see what all the fuss is about that your putting out...And it's all just about some material things...Sam, wasn't even trying to make any money or anything...What part of non-profit do you not understand. Please don't take something this good away from all of us. I visited the page almost every day. And I know John really would have been proud of all the people coming together. Remember when you and John were going through that phase with the black bags over your entire body. Well your guys dream came true...there is/was a place where people can go, and don't have to worry if they are female/male, asain, black, purple, pink, whatever, and it was all in John's name. And you took that away from us...how could you do that Yoko...Please drop everything and let us have it back. And you could even join. I know we would like to have you around. quarrymen


Dec 2, 1996
Jellybean (russell4@hotmail.com) from liverpool,england
Comments: maybe I am just a dumb britt but I don't understand...


Dec 2, 1996
Jellybean(samantha w. russell) (russell4@hotmail.com) from liverpool,england
Comments: Oh,now I get it.But why would Yoko want to do that?HOW RUDE! I mean it might be just me but this is a great place to chat get beatles pics. and just chat with beatle fans etc... if toko doesnt like the pics. they show on here why did she pose for them in the first place?I mean she is forgetting that she was payed to have those pics. taken and to show them to the public!thank you Jellybean


Dec 2, 1996
Elementary Penguin (abramson@postoffice.ptd.net) from Pennsylvania, US
Comments: Hi Yoko, it's me again. I'd just like to appologize for how rude some of my friends have been to you in their messages. I'm sure the fact that if they're irrational and yell at you, you wouldn't to anything for us was just momentarily forgotten. Sorry if you were offended. -Jaime


Dec 2, 1996
Rob Landahl (bluzharp@e-z.net) from USA
Comments: Does anyone really think John would have acted this way towards the fans who put him in the lime light!NO! Absolutely not, he would not. I dont think a bunch $ suckin Lawyers(leaches) should be making those decisions either. God Bless John Lennon and forgive us of our ongoing ignorance. Sincerely, Rob Landahl


Dec 2, 1996
Choc.Walruss (jlentz@mother.esu1.k12.ne.us) from USA
Comments: Dear Yoko, I know what you and John owned together is very precious to as were the things he did. But I think that maybe you have forgotten what it was like for you and John, when you first met and got married. There was a lot of opposition against you, as there really is now...against a lot of followers of John Lennon's. The artists, poets, musicians or just dreamers. Maybe you do not see how exhibiting John's artwork could influence a life. But it did mine. It showed me that I do not have draw a perfect scene to be a great artist. It showed me that I can dream, that I can hold my own art and style to me. And this page brought me together with other people like myself. I have shared pain, and much joy with them. I have learned, grown and bloomed because of your husband, you and his legacy. Please, do not hide this from more internal artists, like yourself and I. Sincerely, A voice


Dec 2, 1996
Lindsey Henderson (1hendeli@uvsc.edu) from Spanish Fork, Utah, USA
Comments: Dear Yoko: I feel obligated to let you know what a positive impact Sam Choukri's John Lennon page had on me. Sam's page did nothing but promote peace, love, and knowledge. It is a shame that it had such a short life. As a great man once said "To be great is to be misunderstood."--Ralph Waldo Emerson. Please reconsider your actions. Love, Lindsey "Eppi" Henderson.


Dec 2, 1996
Dave Costa (dave@nightcrawlers.com) from Burke, VA, USA
Comments: Yoko, John was one of the reasons I became a musician. He was one of the reasons I embrace Peace as a way to live. His writing, humour, observations, all influential. His dedication to you another inspiration. Please don't let lawyers kill him again. Imagine a world that doesn't need lawyers... Imagine a place where everyone can go, instantly, to share John, a world connected. That's what Sam's web site is, a place in the sun where we can all share...help us. Dave


Dec 2, 1996
Melissa (mkrut@cvn.net) from Gettysburg, PA, USA
Comments: Please give us the chance to continue the John Lennon legacy. What can I say? I wasn't even alive when he left for a better place, but, through Sam's page, I can touch and feel the warmth of his dream. Please help us! :)Give Sam a chance(:


Dec 2, 1996
Ryann (hotchkis@mail.kdcol.com) from Ogden, UT. USA.
Comments: Dear Yoko, I really wish that you could see the pages that Sam set up. They were so great! All we wanted and still want to do is learn about John, teach about John, and do peaceful things. John never did believe or liked all the legal parts of life did he? Well, if that's true then it's sad to find out that the people that represent the great John Lennon don't believe in the things that he did. All we want to do is keep John Lennon alive in our hearts. Thanks and P-J-E-O-A-H-C-N-E, Ryann


Dec 2, 1996
Savannah (parent@execulink.com) from Ontario, Canada
Comments: just wanted to agree with Jaime.


Dec 2, 1996
Lexie Blessing (lexisbls@televar.com) from moses lake washington usa
Comments: Yoko please pleas please please please that was my favorite web site please don't be mean I like you all in all and you are ruining my thoughts of you . please please please please please please please please plese please please


Dec 2, 1996
chelsea alvarez(chyoken)
Comments: i don't know if you've seen sam's page, but i do know that if you had, you would know that it was a beautiful tribute to john's memory, and that it meant a lot to a lot of people. this isn't just a webpage that'sbeen, shut down, it's peaceful worldwide interaction. i know you don't mean to hurt anyone, or cause pain, but that's what's been achieved. i hope you take our letters seriously and that you let sam's page back on the web


Dec 2, 1996
Nate Orshan, a/k/a Nato (Nato@Together.Net) from Burlington, Vermont, USA
Comments: Dear Ms. Ono, I would like to add my voice to the many which are asking that you allow Sam Choukri to keep all his John Lennon-related content intact on his Internet site. I'm not sure if you're familiar with Mr. Choukri's Web site devoted to your late husband's life and art, but I assure you that it was an extremely valuable service. Not only did it contain multimedia information about John Lennon, most of which even a hard-core Lennon fan like myself hadn't experienced, but it even hosted a live 'chat room' as a real-time forum for fans and devotees. I take it that Mr. Choukri is not making any money from the endeavor, and it is first and foremost a labor of love on his part. I can't imagine that John Lennon would have forced a fan who was providing such a loving and valuable service to censor that service, even if it did infringe on his copyrights slightly. Thank you for your consideration. Peace, {Nate Orshan}, a/k/a {Nato} http://www.together.net/nato~ Burlington, Vermont, USA


Dec 2, 1996
Violet Kyte from Prince Edward Island, Canada
Comments: Dear Yoko, As was mentioned before your knowledge of this whole episode is unclear, but I hope you will help us. This chat line was purely for remebering John and The Beatles. I can't begin to tell you how much I have learned and shared about both John and the Beatles on this line. I personally think you should be touched that we pay our respects daily to such a great man. We could just sit around and think about him, but why not talk about him with others. I hope you can find the kindness in your heart to let Sam put some of the artwork and pictures back on the web. Sincerely, VK


Dec 2, 1996
Michael Greig (greigs@ibm.net) from Brampton, Ontario,Canada
Comments: Dear Mrs. Yoko Ono, I have never met John Lennon since I am only eleven, but I beleive that Sam Chourki made that site as a tribute to John. I do not want to be rude like some of the other fans of Sam's site, but I want to make it clear that that site was to show appreciation to all that John did. I made some good friends like Julie Rozewzki who wrote to you also. I would greatly appreciate if you would listen to what we are saying and maybe let Sam re-open his site. You may not even read this, but if you did, I hope you understand how we feel. Sincerely, Michael Greig.


Dec 2, 1996
Mark LeDrew (goon) (ledr5816@mars.rowan.edu) from Marlton, NJ USA
Comments: Well I don't know what I can say that hasn't already been said here. I guess I just want to articulate my hope that after reading all of these truly heart felt pleas for the return of Sam's wonderful tribute to your late husband, you'll reconsider the rash decision of your lawyers. Yes, that sums it up nicely I think.


Dec 2, 1996
Chip Cooper (CCooper285@aol.com) from Columbia, Missouri, USA
Comments: Dear Yoko, My heart is heavy with the loss of Sam's web site. It is a deeply inspiring and touching tribute to John's life. Sam's work astutely reflects the love and respect that so many of us feel for John. When I am visiting the site I feel connected to John....it makes me feel good! To lose the site as a result of punitive action from John's estate is particularly hard to take. I can't believe that John would concur with this action....I understand the realities of business and the need to protect your intellectual property...however, beyond the obvious good the site creates, I believe that it advances the economic interests of the estate. Thousands and thousands of John's most devoted fans, young and old, gather at Sam's site. If you haven't seen it yourself you'll never be able to appreciate what has been lost. I strongly urge you to contact Sam, take a look at his wonderful memorial to John, and grant him permission to post John's copyrighted work. You'll be doing the right thing! Thank you for your attention. Sincerely, chip cooper


Dec 2, 1996
chris (cwlucas@hopper.unh.edu) from durham, NH
Comments: dear yoko, one thing john made clear was his distrust of beaurocracy. these lawyers supposedly looking out for the best interests of john's "estate". what they are not considering are the best interests of john - this website, although to some it may seem trivial, was created and run in the true spirit of john. it stood for all of the things he worked for: peace, love, truth. the chatroom on this website has become analgous to the hotel in quebec - though we may not be singing, "give peace a chance", those words are laced throughout all conversation, and that welcoming atmosphere provides a positive and free place to love and give peace it's fair chance. i know you haven't forgotten john, but by letting this madness continue, we are only contributing to the ignorance of others - because this is removing an educational and important website that teaches kids what john stood for. maybe then, they'll pick up a beatles cd - or better yet, one of john's later albums. please help us by helping sam. work the details out later, but focus on the goal of keeping john's spirit available to anybody. that is our prominent concern - and i know it's yours. *imagine* -chris


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