|Re: Letter From Russia|
|Seth Breidbart (email@example.com)|
Fri, 23 Dec 2005 02:23:39 UTC
In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Seth Breidbart|
> It's spam.
> Spam is theft.
> Therefore, it's a scam.
> If he's so hard up, where did he get the resources to spam with?
> Wasn't there just a thread on why spam continues, because so many
> [TELECOM Digest Editor's Note: I suppose he probably got the resources
He lied. There's no way he "looked up" all that information on so
> Many libraries are not set up on their public terminals to block
And some aren't. Besides, my copy came from blueyonder.co.uk,
> And do you consider the occassional 'call for papers'
If they're posted to an appropriate newsgroup, and (more importantly)
> Or the monthly notices
They do? The EFF only started mailing me stuff when I requested it.
Posting stuff on their own website certainly isn't spam.
[TELECOM Digest Editor's Note: How many people were there he looked
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