Re: Signs of spam, how to protect home users, what ISPs should do
detox665 at hotmail.com
Sun Feb 23 13:00:29 EST 2003
Miss Betsy" <nobody at spamcop.net> wrote in message
news:b3agq7$kdf$1 at news.spamcop.net...
> they slip by. It is called "whackamole" which is a reference to how
> difficult it is to catch a mole because when you plug one hole, the mole
> uses another. If reporting/blocking works, as the Internet gets divided
Hi Miss Betsy,
This sort of puts me to thinking about my back yard. I have a large
husky/malamute/greyhound/younameit mix and a medium sized
husky/shorthairedretriever/younameit mix. My back yard looks like the
beaches of many south Pacific islands hours after the Marines landed.
They find mole sign and commence to rooting out the problem. Literally.
At one point, we had a valley that went 24" deep in some spots. It ran
almost the complete length of the yard. Lots of work repairing the damage
from the mole killers.
Too bad they don't know how to use the Internet. The visual on some ISP
abuse desk being surprised by a spammer jumping out of his/her screen
followed closely by my puppies with their teeth firmly planted in the
spammer's posterior is just too good.
Take a bite out of crime. <g>
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