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From marilynmansonhardcorefucker on 02/26/03:

Hello Marilyn, I am having trouble dealing with the fact that my Dad is going to die soon. To me you make everything better and when i listen to "The last tour on Earth" and i can hear you just breathing..it makes me fell so happy. The felling is like a child been given all the toys and lollies in that he/she could imagine. Can you please just write back to me(i ask you this for the second time) and give me some advice of some sort about my Father and that you are thinking of me. Love forever yourz Hannah..Thanx P.s:You, i will never ever forget you (even if i get heimers)

Answered by MM on 02/26/03:

We are all mortal. I can't say anything, but make every second count...remember, you'll want those memories to hold onto. Get off your computer and go see him.

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From spacetear on 02/26/03:

do you have a faveret Disney movie? I ask because one of your pictures your wearing a micky mouse hat.

Answered by MM on 02/26/03:

Snow White.

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From Thread_Killer on 02/26/03:

I know that you are a huge fan of movies specially old movies and whatnot. So I was wondering if you could tell me/us your favorite movies. I noticed that you answered alot of questions today is it because of the rain it sucks huh? I went to see Queens of the Stone Age on Anaheim tonight and man they fucking rocked!! What bands do you have on mind to open for the next tour? Thank You! :-)

Answered by MM on 02/26/03:

I take movies very personally. I'll make a few recommendations. Two fellow directors that I have plans to work with---one Japanese and one French--made two of the most intersting films of the past 10 years. Takashi Miike (Visitor Q, Dead or Alive) made a film "Audition" that I saw several years ago. He and I spoke about working on a project and when you see this film you will understand why. I must recommend seeing it in a theatre, but it is no longer possible so at least use the best sound you can find. Even more of a favorite : Gaspar Noe's film, "I Stand Alone," is a landmark in pain on celluloid. I love mostly 1930-1940s era, because cinema was discovering the power of style and Europe had a completely opposite approach than America...this provides interesting contrast.

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From theWangDoodle on 02/26/03:

man where are all the artists that used your bbs as a place to get feedback from their art supposed to go? you better bring it back, I have some new portraights to show you I think you might enjoy and I hope you answer this one marilyn.

Answered by MM on 02/26/03:

Send me a link. I also plan to have a new page with influential links and favorites of mine. I am building.

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From AlistairGodfrey on 02/26/03:

Did you order the Mongolian Lamb, sir?

Answered by MM on 02/26/03:

I don't eat Easter animals.

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From wejebored on 02/26/03:

Are you familiar with the works of Frida Kahlo? If so, whats your opinion?

Answered by MM on 02/26/03:

I was really moved by the film. I am a fan of the director, Julie Taymor and I have many books on Frida. (Strangely I had met Salma Hayek while the movie was being shot several years ago and she was a nice woman. Probably, not happy to see me in her house though.) She supposedly did some of the paintings in the movie herself, which was interesting. I really like Frida's last few works the most. It reminds me also of Joe Coleman, who is quite different, but you will probably enjoy.

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From ForlornFork on 02/25/03:

A small question: have you looked at any of the alternative comics that have been circulating around for the past decade? Do you have any interest in such things? Some of it seems as if it would appeal to you.

Answered by MM on 02/25/03:

I am friends with Roman Dirge, creator of Lenore and some others. He and I share interest in many things and he gave me a lovely birthday gift...(I named him Ludwig).

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From LostInHerOwnSoul on 02/25/03:

I want to leave this life … You can ignore at once this message, as the next banal confession, written next naive bitch I have too moved to hope, have too become proud. And than above I have put value of own "ego". That more strongly it has struck me at falling. I am broken and crushed. I am so weak, that I do not deserve the right on the reference to you. I am ready to give All for anything. Or anything for All? I would like to be significant, wanted something to cost in this fucking world. But … But I have overestimated own forces. I - the ordinaries terrestrial creature. So to say « a brick in the wall ». I hate myself. I want to release life from my company and at the same time to release myself from it. Yes! – I’m a silly girl!! Full idiot. But unless, it is not pleasant to trust in the full powerlessness? To submit on knees and to die Justified in own prison ideas about freedom. As I am useless! You probably has very much bothered to read such poor complaints … If at all you will read IT The world will lose nothing in my person. So: GOOD-BYE CRUEL WORLD, Some people have something to give, to this world. I have nothing even to take from it. The only thing, that I can make good, is to tell you "THANKS". Many thanks. Your music the only thing, that in due time left me among people. And these words - really go from soul. Soul - in which I was lost. Whether I can get out? Whether I can break a door in that reality which I wait? In this moment – is not. There was only a belief and hope on which I have no right. Lost in her own soul…

Answered by MM on 02/25/03:

I really hope that it's just the rain that is making everyone so depressed, including myself. I am not a saviour and you should know that there is nothing in this world that deserves credit for beating down your confidence. You obviously believe in me enough to come here, so I in return believe in you. Tomorrow will be a better day. Trust me...we have all felt like you do. Write down your feelings and you can read them to yourself in a month or so. You will realize how strong you really are then.