spam - chain letter
crism at ora.com
Mon Dec 22 16:07:30 GMT 1997
> I suggest everyone who recieved a copy reply directly to the sender
> with a copy to postmaster at aol.com and abuse at aol.com, mentioning that
> this is a Federal Crime. The electronic version of "Chain Letters".
I hate to prolong this thread, but this particular chain mail is *not*
prosecutable, I believe. It wasn't an MMF, it was just an avoid-bad-
luck message, and actually a pretty amusing one. Did anyone else
actually read it?
> John Mellor who was four years old deleted his letter and later the
> same day while helping his mother prepare dinner, fed his hands
> through the meat mincer, climbed into the microwave oven and
> exploded himself all over his mother's shocked face.
That's very _South Park_.
> DO NOT forward the message to ANYONE esle.
Yeah - being amused by it doesn't mean I was glad to receive it.
> (You'ld think everyone would have heard about this cr*p by now.
> These things go around about every 6 months.)
In general, yes, but I've never seen this one before. I don't know
what Davidofvf's deal is, but that message was very bizarre.
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<!ENTITY crism PUBLIC "-//O'Reilly//NONSGML Christopher R. Maden//EN"
<USMAIL>90 Sherman Street, Cambridge, MA 02140 USA" NDATA SGML.Geek>
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