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Chris Sitek
The lake

Nature by marko001 1 comment

Sorry dude, but had to vote you down for your choice crappy choice to host your image download. Why? - Aug 29 2009
Meadow near Lackowa

Wallpaper Other by dobromila 1 comment

My relatives were originally from Poland. I hope to visit there some day. - May 10 2008
Star Trek Ship Icons

Icon Sub-Sets by Ostien 1 comment

Can you please post a preview?

Thanks! - Dec 21 2006
Mp40- Enemy territory

Wallpaper Other by kakurri 7 comments

I for one find fine mechanical devices to be a form of art with utility. Fortunately, In America we are free to collect and appreciate this form of art. Instead of a piece of canvas on the wall, I have finely engraved mechanical masterpieces in my collection. Not only do I see an economic return on my investment, but I can always call upon it to defend my family from anyone who may try to cause us harm.

Those that see a firearm as only an instrument of evil fail to understand; evil lies with those that choose to use it to commit a crime, not in an inanimate object.

"1935 will go down in history. For the first time, a civilized nation has full gun registration. Our streets will be safer, our police more efficient, and the world will follow our lead into the future." - Adolf Hitler - Oct 09 2004

Wallpaper Other by dotpl 21 comments

I wish that I could communicate in a second lanuage half as well as this guy can. Hell, if I'm not careful, someone could make the case that I learned English as a second language:) - Jun 17 2004

Wallpaper Other by iwan04 7 comments

Unfortunately, your artwork is being rated poorly due to "American" in its name. I was going to post a comment about this, but noticed that you were from Germany and figured people would cut you some slack. I guess I figured wrong. I am trying very hard not to dislike all French, Germans etc. for being so anti-United States. I understand that not all western Europeans feel this way and your post serves to remind me of this fact. However, as an American, I see a growing resentment and distain for Europeans. We have been willing to die by the thousands to help Europe in two world wars. If Europeans are not careful, I'm not sure there will be enough support to assist, if needed , again.

- Jun 02 2004
do not harass or feed -- modified

Wallpaper Other by brulle 1 comment

Glad someone could put it to good use. How about a SUSE gecko one? - Apr 29 2004

Karamba & Superkaramba by Cappy 8 comments

If only there was preconfigured and setup GNU/Linux boxes at retail stores on display, we could get many new converts from MS. I know that there are a few out there, but none with the tweaks and eye candy that can get people really excited and interested in GNU/Linux. Your desktop is really nice, you gotta love karamba/superkaramba. - Mar 13 2004
Nature Photography

Wallpaper Other by Danielsaddress 3 comments

Looks like a view of my backyard minus the aligators. I encourage others to post great shots from their area that may be used as wallpapers. Thanks. - Feb 19 2004
mY second wallpaper

Wallpaper Other by browntim 18 comments

How about a wallpaper making fun of Jews. We all hate the Jews, right? How about one poking fun at Islamics? Better yet, how about one making fun of Hinduism? They're a funny bunch.

Sarcasim aside, why is it that these wallpapers would all be considered crossing a line, but with Christianity it seems ok?

- Feb 12 2004
Hackers film like gui

Karamba & Superkaramba by Shift88it 9 comments

Time to watch hackers again. - Feb 09 2004
Orlean's Island

Wallpaper Other by pada 4 comments

...and to think that I thought today was cold (59F). Good thing I live in Florida. I don't know if I could take that kind of winter. - Feb 08 2004
Don't Hide the Light! (Matt. 5:14,15)

Wallpaper Other by timbrown527 21 comments

With all respect mbiker35, asking, requesting or suggesting for someone to move on somewhere else to post is just candy coating censorship. For example, if I choose to make my black students/coworkers uncomfortable or unwelcomed to the point that they go somewhere more "comfortable", I have indeed censored or removed them nonetheless. While this may be a mild form of censorship or coercion, the end result is the same. That is the removal of views, content,opinions or people that one does not agree with. This is very dangerous and in most countries against the law in the public arena.

I suggest that we learn from history how this has lead to the persecution of whole groups i.e. blacks,Jews, Islamics and now I suggest, Christians.

Your point that there may be a "better" place to post his artwork suggests that this would be better for you, not necessarily for Tim. The artist does not require your permission or mine before creating or posting work. The artist has a duty to remain true to his or herself. Sometimes art is well received and sometimes it is not. That is what makes art so provocative and stimulating. It challenges us to reexamine our own values and ideals. It either causes one to change their postion or solidify their previously held beliefs, the result is personal growth!

- Jan 28 2004
Don't Hide the Light! (Matt. 5:14,15)

Wallpaper Other by timbrown527 21 comments

Those that vote up Tim's work is indeed in the minority. However, what mbiker35 and those that agree with him fail to understand is minority voices, views and artistist expression should be protected and have an equal right to those who would be in the majority. To put it simply, if only art that the majority likes are permitted to post then we do not have "free speech" or a free forum. This can be a dangerous situation for your view point as well since you may one day be in the minority.

There is an expression used in the video cutting/editing room, "if it doesn't hurt, then your not editing". Well folks, "if it doesn't hurt, then its not free speech". Many in Europe may have difficulty in grasping the "American" concept of freedom of speech. Even us Americans debate what is and what is not considered speech. Tim's work is clearly appreciated, used and wanted by many, albeit a minority of KDE users.

I too feel your pain. I too hurt when I see, in my opinion, an ignorant socialist post content that I disagree with. Just remember, that it is "free speech" that will one day protect your own content. - Jan 28 2004

Ice-WM Themes by sebaro 11 comments

Thank you for making my point. - Jan 26 2004
What tablet are you using with the Gimp? Did you have any trouble setting up the drivers with your distro?

Your creativity is really developing along with your techno tallents. There are many out here that appreciate and use your work. I use your wallpapers in my Cisco class to start discussions about Christ and Linux.
- Jan 24 2004

Ice-WM Themes by sebaro 11 comments

I like it. It provides a familar look that will make MS users more comfortable in their migration to Gnu/Linux. However, the Linux nuts will no doubt treat you with contempt. Remember, most that claim to want choice really mean they want others forced to accept theirs.

Themes such as this will permit me and others to set up low cost hosts that any MS users can sit down at and be productive from the start. Please keep up your work in this area. It is needed if Linux ever hopes to attract some of the 95% that use Windows. - Jan 24 2004

Wallpaper Other by jscott 9 comments

I agree with the misuse of the term Nazi. It comes from the improper/over use of the term by many liberals. For example, George Bush is a Nazi, John Ashcroft is a Nazi, Big oil are Nazis, Fox news are Nazis etc. Is it any wonder that our kids start to use it improperly as well? or they start to associate the term for anything they think is "bad" or disagree with.

On the low score. We can agree that this is not the best posted here, but for this to have been in the 30's is simply unjustified. If you really do not believe that the majority of posters to this site tend to be liberal (sorry, progressive)then you are either new or unwilling to accept the facts. A low score without suggestions for improvement is an indicator of the reponders "knee jerk" reacting to the content or image. For example, Tim's Christian artwork or my own negative ratings for anything that is Satanic, socialist or porn related.
- Jan 15 2004

Wallpaper Other by jscott 9 comments

...the low score must be because you chose to feature North America in your image. Next time feature an Euro state or paste a hammer & sickle, satan, peace sign etc. You get the idea. - Jan 14 2004

Wallpaper Other by jscott 9 comments

I like it. Don't understand why it has such a low score. It's certainly worthy of better.

Keep it up! - Jan 10 2004
Love green car not jesus

Wallpaper Other by saho 13 comments

Mull, I hope that English is your second language. You seem to have difficulty in expressing your thoughts. By the way, most of us are able to get our points across without using the "F" word in every other sentence. - Dec 15 2003

Wallpaper Other by timbrown527 51 comments

I don't care about those damn chinks or about those damn towel heads over in Iraq. I don't care about those being persecuted in North Korea. I don't care about those with Aids in Africa. Wait a miniute, I'm starting to sound as compasionate and caring as the enlightened liberals. :-(

It is truly sad when a man drawing attention to those being persecuted is himself attacked by so called enlightened people.

Even if you don't agree with his religious views, you must agree that this situation in China should be stopped.

In life their are those that talk and those that attempt to make the world a better place. Ask yourself, which one am I. - Nov 25 2003
Fellowship of the Unashamed

Wallpaper Other by timbrown527 15 comments

I wonder if they would feel differently about this if the story was reversed? For example,it was a Christian persecuting and killing a Islamic believer.

Christianity remains the only socially acceptable area for intolerance today. - Nov 20 2003

Wallpaper Other by qwerty 4 comments

What's wrong with wire coat hangers? If you loath the unborn child enough to kill it, you should not have a problem with grinding it out with a coat hanger. Oh, I forgot, it's not the child you are worried about. :-(

By the way, your premise is incorrect. Please check out this site: - Nov 18 2003
"Fearfully Made"

Wallpaper Other by timbrown527 15 comments

I think that Tomte is questioning some of his previous beliefs on when life begins.
Since you did not bring up the subject of abortion, I can only assume that this really touched him at a sensitive time.

I wish Tomte and his wife well with their child and know that their little girl or boy will bring them much joy.

- Nov 17 2003
Job's Hydrology

Wallpaper Other by timbrown527 25 comments

Thanks for the quick mod of your WP. I plan to put this one on a pc in my Cisco Lab.

The funniest reason I have heard for not being circumcised was "if I was circumcised I would not have anything left" :-) This actually came from a dude one day in class. I don't think I would have admitted that! I bet he responds to those spam enlargement emails. - Oct 31 2003
Job's Hydrology

Wallpaper Other by timbrown527 25 comments

Love your latest work and appreciate the two versions. How difficult would it be for the corners of the image to be rounded ? I just have a preference for rounded windows and images. :-)

By the way, the Bible speaks of the importance of hand washing thousands of years prior to our surgeons doing so. This suggests that there was an understanding of microbiology and pathology long before "modern science" learned the value of this simple act.

Time for me to get the electronic Bible out to find the reference. - Oct 30 2003

Wallpaper Other by timPLEZdrown527 27 comments

You had to google to confirm? Sad, I guess you do not own a Bible of your own! - Oct 28 2003
The Game According to Hoyle

Wallpaper Other by timbrown527 9 comments

I really like your last few wallpapers. Even the ones that don't like your message are starting to acknowledge these as making good use of the Gimp. I personally feel that this style or presentation for your message is the most effective. After all, many of those that study the sciences eventually come to the conclusion that the world is too orderly to not have a designer. Those that do not believe tend to accept statements from the scientific community more than those from us humble believers. The more they see the scientific community express their faith and belief in the creator, the more likely they will too. - Oct 22 2003
Got Christ?

Wallpaper Other by timbrown527 130 comments

Don't bother trying to argue with these kids. They will need a few more years to mature before they have the ability to think for themselves.

P.S. In time they will find God. Usually on their death bed. - Oct 17 2003
Tux Red

Wallpaper Other by hrholme 11 comments

Very well said. For someone to claim that socialism and freedom belongs in the same sentence would be funny if it was not such a dangerous assumption. The crum catchers of society always fall prey to the allure of socialism. It appeals to their envy of those that have more and promises a system that takes from others to give to them, in their eyes fair. This is very attractive for those that are lazy or lack the willingness to work to improve their own situation. I look at socialism much like a pyramid or ponzi scheme. They keep taking from the "haves" to give to the "have nots". Once the benefits for working hard (yes, greed is a motivator)is inadequate compensation, they begin to be less productive. After all, why work your ass off if they take 75%-90% of what you earn to give to someone that sleeps till noon. Once the people on the "teat" out number the teat's compacity to produce milk, it starts to collaspse. This is where the dictatorships begin to enter the picture. They now must force this system onto their people. Unfortunately, by the time this happens they have given up so much of their freedom i.e. right to bear arms, they are helpless to fight back.
If you choose socialism than I wish you the best, but don't come to the "Great Satan" to bail your sorry ass out when the truth finally sets in. "Peace Out " - Oct 10 2003
Got Christ?

Wallpaper Other by timbrown527 130 comments

Perhaps this site will be better off without you? I find it funny that those that profess tolerance seem to be the most intolerant. Tim's artwork is progressing very well. Further, I think he is performing a service to the community. I understand that this is a message that many do not want to hear. It makes you uncomfortable. The thought of being held accountable one day for our actions is very scarry. However, art(good & bad) provokes thought. From what I have seen here, Tim's work has done just that.
- Oct 07 2003
SuperKaramba Mandrake 9.1 RPM

Karamba & Superkaramba by ageitgey 28 comments

Still .31 - Sep 04 2003
just a flower

Nature by elmo2003 5 comments

Linux/KDE is getting worse than M$. Even M$ doesn't paste a GD windows logo on their wallpapers. People give it a rest. You must be the same friggin people that insists on leaving your shirts untuck so that everyone can see the Tommy Hilfiger logo on the tail. Get a life! - Aug 05 2003
Flower RO

Nature by cmit37 3 comments

I tried to download the fullsize image of the flower however, the image on the download link is that of a nice valley.

Otherwise, thanks for your nice wallpapers. I wonder if I could try my hand at some wallpaper images of my home state, Florida? - Jul 31 2003
Text Karmaba

Karamba & Superkaramba by mohindar 10 comments

I disagree. The power of superkaramba is that it enables the average (nongeek) person the ability to customize their desktop. It may be a full blown eye candy party with scripts galore or a minimal display of system information. The botton line is that this will be useful for some people, especially those with minimal resources and that makes it worth posting here. We should be encouraging people to create more themes and offer constructive critisism for their further development.
Have you posted anything? Your probably like me. No time, no talent and no desire to construct a theme ourselves. I suggest we both keep that in mind when we comment on other's work. :) - Jul 23 2003
Text Karmaba

Karamba & Superkaramba by mohindar 10 comments

While this is not personally what I'm looking for, those with minimalist tastes should find it appealing. It's good to have variety, thanks for your efforts. - Jul 23 2003

Wallpaper Other by Surgeon 8 comments

I want this, but you sorry nerf herder didn't post a big enough image. - Jul 20 2003

GTK1 Themes by Arseniopleite 15 comments

This is in the right place. A thank you to the author for taking the time to post it here. - Jul 20 2003
xTunes skin for XMMS

XMMS Skins by phantomas 12 comments

for this great skin. I prefer xmms on linux to noatun. I love the availablility of skins to match my kde themes. - Jun 30 2003

Wallpaper Other by PPihus 35 comments

I think one of the things that is holding back gnu/linux from wide spread adoption is the view that it is the os of the poor, or envious socialists and/or communists. After all, one only needs to look at a few linux related web sites to realize that there is a strong loathing of capitalism in the linux community. This is unfortunate since linux has a lot to offer. As a proud capitalist/Republican, I see linux and the open source option as a way to practice good stewardship with the public's money. Our public insitutions should make every effort to find a free/low cost open source solution prior to purchasing expensive proprietary software. Not because they are anti-capitalist or following the linux religion, but as a way of efficiently using the funds intrusted to them. As a community of alternative os users, if we are not careful this could become the new mascot whether we like it or not.

Newsflash: apparantly our Army has not recieved this message. They just spent nearly 500 million dollars with Microsoft. The could have used opensource software and had enough money left over to buy 1/3 of a stealth bomber. I guess their loss is Iran's gain. - Jun 26 2003
KDE RetroChecker Wallpaper

Wallpapers KDE Plasma by sbrown1038 6 comments

May we have a version without the pencils or kde artwork? I know the KDE police will ask for your papers (KDE logo) and threaten to send you to Siberi. However, I am seeing a lot of nice artwork ruined by the insistance of placing a damn KDE on everything.
Btw, I find your work original and excellent.
- Jun 25 2003
kde3 xp style

KDE 3.5 Themes by speleoalex 265 comments

I love having the ability to create a user interface for my guest login that is familar and comfortable. However, I am having problems getting the icons/theme to install. Anyone with a suggestion? - Jun 24 2003
Super Mario Bros. Icons

Icon Sub-Sets by noonespecial 10 comments

I just had to rename the file minus the .html - Jun 23 2003
Super Mario Bros. Icons

Icon Sub-Sets by noonespecial 10 comments

I tried downloading, but I can not. Please check your link or advise if I am doing something incorrectly. I would like to have these for the kids. - Jun 23 2003
KDE Girl 3

Wallpapers KDE Plasma by blakjax57 30 comments

I must say that I too get a chuckle out of reading these comments. Many of these uptight closed minded types are from Europe, go figure. IMHO all that is needed is a subsection added to the site for "adult KDE related material" with an option under content for all but screenshots and adult content. - Jun 04 2003
Polish splash

KDE 3.x Splash Screens by jedrek 4 comments

I have paternal great grandparents from Poland. My kids have recently showed an interest in Poland after hearing of Poland's assistance with our war against terrorism. I share your sense of pride and wish to extend a thank you for your country's commitment to making sure that dictators are not permitted to continue their reign of terror. - Jun 01 2003

Karamba & Superkaramba by ramone 23 comments

Dude, you have a very sharp looking desktop. If I had the time I would set up my system similiar to yours. What we need is for some distros to come out with karamaba pre-configured for those of us that spend more time working with our systems than setting it up. Are you using RH 9.0? - May 17 2003
Sexy Mandrake KDE Splash

KDE 3.x Splash Screens by Biohazard6513 6 comments

I personally feel that this is a good splash, it is KDE relatated and was done in good test. Keep
in mind that I like girls, those that don't will no doubt start posting the usual "it doesn't belong hear" etc. crap. Keep posting - me like pretty girls. - May 12 2003

Dolphin Service Menus by vahid 27 comments

Thank you for your work! Pleae don't listen to those that seem to know what we all want and what linux/kde needs. I am always burning iso's and check my md5sum with the command line. I did this not because I prefer the CL, but did not have an alternative. I now have that alternative. By the way, this does belong here. - Apr 23 2003