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Posted: 9/27/2004 4:05:26 AM EDT
I've seen some threads lately where some of us are ready and willing to believe what they're reading in spam emails, and ready to act based on those beliefs. Here's a hint... there is no Sgt Howard C. Wright, and nobody is selling RPG-7s via email.

Absolutely, positively, without a doubt, 100% of the content of any spam email is completely false, and not to be trusted. The same thing goes for emails with subject lines like "FWD: FW Fw: Fwd: Oh my god! read this now!" If it's an urban legend thing, then use www.snopes.com to verify it before spreading it like Gospel.

In fact, if it's a spam, don't even read it at all... delete it immediately. The only reason to read spam is if you're in need of bigger manhood.
Link Posted: 9/27/2004 4:07:21 AM EDT
I stopped reading e-mails.

More useless than cell phones IMHO

Link Posted: 9/27/2004 4:19:27 AM EDT
Wait a minute.... did someone actually believe one of those emails?

Where's my beatin' stick?

- BG
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