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May 23rd, 2001


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09:58 pm - this sounds ominous
All your NeoPet are belong to Dr. Sloth! why do i get emailed such things?

o btw, song of the week: queen "bicycle races"

more thngs i should not be recieving in my email:

Teen Beat
-=-=-=-=-
The well known teen music magazines, Teen Beat and Tiger Beat, are looking for new members who would
like to receive news about their favourite bands, such as NSYNC and the Backstreet Boys.


these people really need to have a talk with whoever is selling them their email lists

songs of the day (not to be confused with song of the week): veruca salt "shutterbug" and velvet underground "venus in furs"
np: Velvet Underground - Venus In Furs

(3 shots upside the head | en garde!)

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From:bertho
Date:May 24th, 2001 09:05 pm (UTC)

Spammity Spam

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I've gotten two e-mails from the same spamboy in the last couple days, both with the subject "Hey <>". I think he needs to figure out how to use his spamware still. The really annoying part is that they were addressed to my earthlink address which I have made public knowledge in about four years. meh.
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From:kingnixon
Date:May 27th, 2001 09:55 pm (UTC)

Re: Spammity Spam

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"The really annoying part is that they were addressed to my earthlink address which I have made public knowledge in about four years"
whut?
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From:bertho
Date:May 28th, 2001 04:33 am (UTC)

Re: Spammity Spam

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Erm, "haven't" would be the word I was looking for. My account is with Earthlink, but I've got a couple different addresses that forward my mail to it (my infidels address being the main one), so I haven't actually given out my EL address in years...

And since I didn't think ahead last time that it might be interpreted as an HTML tag, the subject of the spam was "Hey <<first name>>"

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