Re: sample truncated spam I received via forwarded spamcop service
(pharmacourt.biz and habeas as well)
rr at 8x.ca
Fri Jan 16 22:51:12 EST 2004
""Anti-Spam" <nobody at spamcop.net>" wrote in spamcop.help:
> "Jeff G." <jeffg at spamcop.net> wrote in message
> news:bu97i6$4bl$2 at news.spamcop.net...
>> Perhaps stones or maybe stainless steel pinballs or ball bearings?
>> Lead shot would probably be too soft.
If the spammers say "Sticks and stones may break my bones," we'll be
sure to respond with "Great, thanks for giving us permission!"
> A lot of schools are on a "no snowballs" campaign, because of the
> injury, particularly from chunks of ice. Maybe we have an outlet for
> all those deprived kids...
Yes, those kids are deprived. If the powers to be keep increasing the
level of protection for children when they're young, they'll just end up
taking more risks when they're older to compensate -- it's human nature,
but the basic need for children to learn by doing things seems to be lost
with them. Maybe the real heart of the problem is the strong emphasis on
"freedom without responsibility" in the media in addition to the litigious
nature of society in certain countries these days. =(
With regards to providing an "outlet," it's a wonderful idea, but
aren't you worried that children may mistake a spammer for being a human
being due to the close physical resemblance? ;-D
Randolf Richardson - rr at 8x.ca
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