Tamas St. Auby
Superintendent of the International Parallel Union of Telecommunications (IPUT) and Agent of the Neo-Socialist Realist International Parallel Union of Telecommunications' Global Counter-Art History Fakers' Front (NETRAF).

Subject: emil
Mon, 22 Oct 2001 16:39:07 +0200
From: iput@c3.hu (St.Auby Tamas)
To: intermedia-l@c3.hu

W E I S S S T . A U B

Subject: Re: emil
Date: Mon, 29 Oct 2001 12:58:21 +0100
From: "St.Auby Tamas<iput@c3.hu>
To: icols@va.com.au

High (sic),

On Mon, 29 Oct 2001, icols wrote:

> did pollen station reply yet?
No, they did not.
The pollen st.ation is under st.rict invest.igation by the Christ.ian FBI&CIA for Further Freedom.

> "St.Auby Tamas" wrote:
> > W E I S S S T . A U B

Hugh (sic),


Subject: Re: pollen station
Date: Mon, 21 Jan 2002 19:39:34 +0100
From: "St.Auby Tamas<iput@c3.hu>

To: ICOLS Directors < icols@va.com.au>


On Mon, 21 Jan 2002, ICOLS Directors wrote:

> Did you reply to pollen station?
Not yet.

> Did you receive contact?
What is "contact" <icols@va.com.au>?

This didn't open here:

Date: Fri, 18 Jan 2002 10:33:45 +1000
From: ICOLS Directors
To: icols@va.com.au
Subject: Jan 2002 UPDATE
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From: "St.Auby Tamas"<iput@c3.hu>
To: "pollen.station"<pollenstation@bigpond.com>
Subject: Re: pollen delivery
Date: Wed, 30 Jan 2002 2:57 AM

High! (sic) On Tue, 29 Jan 2002, pollen.station wrote:

> sector 15 is awaiting co-ordinates for Opus Dei alignment
Please, refresh my memory about the Subject.

Hugh! (sic)


Subject: Re: pollen station
Date: Mon, 11 Mar 2002 04:00:04 +0200
From: <iput@c3.hu> (St.Auby Tamas)
To:< icols@va.com.au>

H, dear ICOLS!

>We have a camera in your office.
Yes, we know.

>It is not working.
Yes, we know.

>Can you organise repairs?
Yes, we can.

>Pollen Station is interested in the current situation.
We too.

>Do you go with the flow?
Which flow?

>Awaiting instructions,
We too.

>> > Did you receive contact?
>> >
>> What is "contact"?

>> What is the relation between Pollen Station and ICOLS?

Didn't you recieve the pix-attachment we have sent to you some weeks ago?


Subject: your dispersal rate is being monitored

Date: Thu, 14 Mar 2002 21:04:37 +1000

From: "pollen.station" <pollenstation@bigpond.com>

To: "St.Auby Tamas" <iput@c3.hu>


The relationship between pollen station and ICOLS: is minimal.

There is an ICOLS office across the hallway from me.

They think I am collaborating, but I am not.

You need to be careful where you put your documents.

Who are you dealing with in ICOLS?



Subject: Re: your dispersal rate is being monitored

Date: 15/3/22

To: "pollen.station" <pollenstation@bigpond.com>

From: iput@c3.hu (St.Auby Tamas)


High (sic), dear Pollen St.ation!

>The relationship between pollen station and ICOLS: is minimal.


We don't find any documents explaining

how did we get in touch with Pollen St.ation.

>Who are you dealing with in ICOLS?


Suzanne Treister and Bronia Iwanczak



International Corporation of Lost Structures


Hugh! (sic)



Subject: Re: Hi

Date: Sat, 16 Mar 2002 13:43:53 +0200

From: iput@c3.hu (St.Auby Tamas)

To: ICOLS Directors < icols@va.com.au> (by way of Janos Sugar)







>Hi Janos


>Please ask Tamas St Auby:


>"Who or what is Pollen Station?"


>Please report the answer to ICOLS.


>Hope all is well with you all.


>Suzanne Treister and Bronia Iwanczak



>International Corporation of Lost Structures


Subject: Mirror

Date: Tue, 26 Mar 2002 21:00:04 +1000

From: "pollen.station" <st.aubytamas@bigpond.com>

To: "St.Auby Tamas" <iput@c3.hu>




You are now being reflected in our dimension.


Hugh! (sic)


Subject: Mirror (fwd!)

Date: Wed, 27 Mar 2002 22:46:25 +0200

From: iput@c3.hu (St.Auby Tamas)

To: icols@va.com.au

CC: iput@c3.hu


- fwd! -

>Delivered-To: iput@c3.hu

>Date: Tue, 26 Mar 2002 21:00:04 +1000

>Subject: Mirror

>From: "pollen.station" <st.aubytamas@bigpond.com>

>To: "St.Auby Tamas" <iput@c3.hu>

>Mime-version: 1.0

>X-Priority: 3






>You are now being reflected in our dimension.



>Hugh! (sic)



From: "pollen.station" <st.aubytamas@bigpond.com>

To: Simon Poulter <simon@microhenge.com>


Date: Sun, 7 Apr 2002 6:51 PM


Dear Simon,

It has come to my attention that a series of agency files have

gone missing. At one time these files were contracted to the State Record

archives of New South Wales. This was the last time of their recorded


I believe that this function has been assigned to you.

Please attend to this matter as soon as possible. A map has been included to

assist you in directing us to their various locations.

The Agency files that are missing are:

No: 1127, 110, 29, 38, 47, 35, 76, 416, 443,448,547, 641,1071

no 1127: Wild Dog Destruction Board (1958)

No 110: Technology, Industrial, and Sanitary Museum (1880-1889)

No 29: Curator of Interstate Estates

No 38: Animal Research Review Panel

No 47: Colonial Architect (1832- 1833) Architectural branch of the

department of the surveyor general (1833-1834) Colonial Architect (1834-

1890) Architectural Division ( public works Department)

No 35: Clerk of the Peace, (1817- 1980) Solicitor for public Prosecutions

and Clerk of the Peace (1980- 1987)

No 76: Department of Mines

No 416: "Phoenik" Hulk

No 443: Dust Diseases Tribunal of New South Wales

No 448: Tuncurry Afforestation Camp

No 547: Potato Marketing Board

No 641: Bush Fire Committee

NO 1071: Court of Requests (1823- 1829) Provisional Court of Requests (1829-

1832) Court of Requests (1832-1858)

I hope that you give this matter the utmost attention.

Yours faithfully,

Tamas St.Auby

.on 12/4/02 11:16 am, St.Auby Tamas at iput@c3.hu wrote:


> H,


> On Sun, 7 Apr 2002, pollen.station wrote:


>> (...)

>> The Agency files that are missing are:

>> (...)

>> No 448: Tuncurry Afforestation Camp

> (...)


>> Tamas St.Auby


> Well, in the meantime we found the missing file,

> actually it's here:


> http://www.c3.hu/~iput/belgrad/25.html


> Sorry for the misinformation.


> H,


> a101a


Subject: request

Date: Fri, 12 Apr 2002 21:01:49 +0100

From: simon poulter <simon@microhenge.com>

To: "St.Auby Tamas" <iput@c3.hu>

CC: <icols@va.com.au>


Dear Communicator

I have received your request for files which is receiving attention.

Requests such as this one can take up to eighteen years to process.

I have a part time job working for a fake web site, where I can be reached

at the Dept of Global Disenchantment (http://www.icols.org). My main

responsibilities at the moment are organising buses for staff, making

recommendations on world crisis issues and suppressing any kind of

celebration. I will try my best to process your request.

Simon Poulter