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SPAM

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by misteraven, Nov 22, 2005.

  1. misteraven

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    SPAM

    Discussion started by misteraven - Nov 22, 2005

    in the interest of trying to create something (hopefully) worth reading, as well as (hopefully) something people can laugh about... i introduce the SPAM super thread. i have no idea if this has been done here before, but fuck it, i got some spam this morning that made me laugh so i'm sharing. i figured we could use a new thread or two on ehere, so hopefully this will be a good one. at the very least it be nice to get something in return for having to put up with all the bazillions of spam messages that get sent to everyone.

    so on that note, share your favorite spam...
     

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  2. Harvey Wallbanger

    Harvey Wallbanger Dirty Dozen Crew

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    Harvey Wallbanger - Replied Nov 22, 2005

    Awesome. That was infinitely better than any spam I ever get.


    This is probably the best I've gotten.

    + --------- copy from here --------- +

    Dear Friends,

    I have just read and signed the online petition:

    "Back to the Future NIKE sneakers"

    hosted on the web by PetitionOnline.com, the free online petition
    service, at:

    http://www.PetitionOnline.com/future2/

    I personally agree with what this petition says, and I think you might
    agree, too. If you can spare a moment, please take a look, and consider
    signing yourself.

    Best wishes,

    *************

    + --------- down to here ---------- +
    + paste into your own email, & send +


    A note along those lines, sent from you to your friends, can make an
    especially effective contribution to the petition. A successful
    petition is a grassroots collaborative effort, and now it's your turn.
    The power of the Internet is in your hands -- so spread the word!

    In fact, now that I've checked it out, this petition seems sign-worthy. Does that still count as spam?
     
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  3. misteraven

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    misteraven - Replied Nov 22, 2005

    i get at least a dozen of these a day...
     

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  4. ODS-1

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    ODS-1 - Replied Nov 22, 2005

    I never get anything real funny. But I got an email from a "nigerian banker" not too long ago.
     
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  5. Herbivore

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    Herbivore - Replied Nov 22, 2005

    I don't even open spam. Lately I've been getting IM spam, which is quite possibly the most annoying thing ever. I get IMs from people with names like 'xc7w88gfs2' advertising web sites and other crap... and there's no use in blocking them, because it's a different screenname every time. I get at least 3 or 4 of them every day. Stupid spammers.
     
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  6. BoB Hope ONER

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    BoB Hope ONER - Replied Nov 22, 2005

    haha.
     
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  7. gasfacevictm

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    gasfacevictm - Replied Nov 22, 2005

    NIGERIAN BANKERS!!!!
    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!
    i saw some special on how the secret service is busting those guys now. fucking christ how could anyone fall for that shit? i got some bridges for sale if anyone is interested.
     
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    ODS-1 - Replied Nov 22, 2005

    I used to run a blog but the comment box got so full of spam every few days I just quit working on the blog.
     
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  9. shovel

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    shovel - Replied Nov 22, 2005

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    bears_with_knives - Replied Nov 22, 2005

    there's this person who made a book about SPAM(mail). not really about it, but he replied to the people who gave the email to him/her. it was pretty cool... the book includes the spam, and then his/her reply...
     
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  11. Kr430n5_666

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    Kr430n5_666 - Replied Nov 22, 2005

    amazing

    i usually save that block of nonsense that sounds like philosophy typed by a guy who is about to die of an overdose.
     
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  12. misteraven

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    misteraven - Replied Nov 22, 2005

    more...
     

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  13. BoB Hope ONER

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  14. Spike

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    Spike - Replied Nov 22, 2005

    Spammers are coming up with all sort of crazy ways to try and beat the spam filters
    But mine still caught it, and gave me this zany abstract gem:

     
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  15. im not witty

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    im not witty - Replied Nov 22, 2005

    got this today. made me laugh. i guess they are trying to get around some kind of filter, seems rather bizarre. the subject was "start making bootycalls"

    to single
    http://crisomen.com/gravityofthenewmilleni...hered/penny.htm
    women right now

    The four gyroscopes in GP-B are the most perfect spheres ever made by
    humans. These ping pong-sized balls of fused quartz and silicon are 1.5
    inches

    across and never vary from a perfect sphere by more than 40 atomic
    layers. If the gyroscopes weren't so spherical, their spin axes would
    wobble even without the effects of relativity.

    f a degree. To measure this angle reasonably well, GP-B needed a
    fantastic precision of 0.0005 arcseconds.

    It's like measuring the thickness of a sheet of paper held edge-on 100
    miles away.
    pix. pat ors sad.
    imp ef dad.
    sea ZZZ shh. jet chi.
    AND cha nth. gio sei pho.
    hox.