Saturday, July 08, 2006

Ed Bott's Windows Expertise » Spam of the month

Ed Bott's Windows Expertise » Spam of the month: "Now, this takes some serious cojones"

Wow! It's bad enough that they use bank names and E-Bay (which is like 'God' in some circles), but to mess with the IRS!? Gimme a break! Can the FBI or the White House be far behind?

The spam that driving me crazy is variations on the following:
Entitled: never seen resources mobilized so quickly and
Body of Slime:
"Dont spend so much on your med,s
you can save up to 48%
Get Your Prescription Filled Fast!

front have been consistent through the generations. While standing in the In its Friday editions, the Daily News Plot a 'real threat'carried by horseback to the nearest trading post in Under an agreement with prosecutors, she faces at least seven years "'Don't tell mom' is one of the common phrases dramatically. In short, care was being given more parents agreed with the plea deal.the southernmost link between New Jersey and Manhattan -- London bombings. Four suicide bombers killed 52 people he was pummeled with rocket fire and weapons, transportation system or anywhere else in the U.S.," That way, as soon as someone is wounded, he or "A significant development in this investigation parents agreed with the plea deal.his morale was low, and he wrote his dad a long letter.reported that the FBI had revealed a plot to bomb New York's The ways that wars are fought and even how troops"

Cleverly designed to twart any intelligent keyword blocking and yet irritating enough to extract the living piss outta me because I'm getting dozens everyday.

Ihatethemhatethemhatethem. So there. I'm exercising my formidable powers and cursing them and something horrible will happen to them all soon. I'm not kidding, I can do it. I don't know how or why, but I've put the juju on others and they've all come to a bad end. Don't Mess With A Texas Ms.

UPDATE - If the quoted text above is too small to read, as it was for me, try using the wheel on your mouse plus the CTRL key to make it larger! Or you can go to VIEW/text size on your browser or plain vanilla CTRL++ and do the same thing, but it's not nearly as kewl!

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