Date: Sat, 27 Nov 1999 02:32:26 -0600 From: Chip Rosenthal <email@example.com> To: The Zorch Spam List Subject: make.email.fast Message-ID: <19991127023226.B13699@chinacat.unicom.com> This is not spam! Under S.1618 TITLE III passed by the 105th U.S. Congress and signed by President Frank Murkowski, this cannot be considered spam so long as we put the phrase "this is not spam" in the body of the message. You are receiving this OPT-IN mailing by request! We obtained your name from your web site, Usenet posting, conviction record, IRS files, or hidden in the text of the "Bible Codes." This is a one time mailing! We will never contact you again. To be removed from our one-time list, click here http://firstname.lastname@example.org?subject=another+sucker. In your email, please do NOT point out the logical inconsistency of maintaining a remove list for a one-time mailing. If we were smart enough to understand that, we wouldn't be spammers. This is the letter you've been reading about in the news lately. Due to its popularity, "Star Trek: Voyager" recently devoted an ENTIRE SHOW to the investigation of the program described below. This is a legitimate money making opportunity. We checked with U.S. Postmaster General C. Everett Koop, and he confirmed this is completely legal. This really works! Craig Shergold sent out 10,000 emails. Within three weeks time, he collected enough money to pay for a nose job and a box of "French post cards." Honesty pays. Send $5 and three KFC "proof-of-purchase seals" to order the report at the top of this list. Cross it off, add yours to the bottom, and then send out 2,000 copies of this message: 1. "Professional Multilevel Marketing Secrets" Joe Smith P.O. Box 8713 Tulsa, Oklahoma 2. "Secrets of the Multilevel Marketing Professional" Sam Viscous P.O. Box 8713 Tulsa, Oklahoma 3. "Multilevel Marketing Secrets for Professionals" Elton Jones P.O. Box 8713 Tulsa, Oklahoma 4. "Bail Bondsmen I have Known" Klem Horsenass P.O. Box 8713 Tulsa, Oklahoma YBT-HAND. -- Chip Rosenthal <email@example.com> http://www.unicom.com/ Protect your mail server against spam. http://mail-abuse.org/ Junk email is theft. There ought to be a law. http://www.cauce.org/
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