[Northkeep] List info - please read

Peachy Keen Barbara Jean peachykeen at moose-mail.com
Mon Dec 9 11:59:45 PST 2002

Are email addresses given a geographical
guideline? Perhaps the state in which the server
is in would dictate what the rules are that
apply to emails of such a nature? *pondering*


If only the "Nigerian" people would just come to
my door hand me the money and walk away. That
would be really nice. *being silly*

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From: "Marc Carlson" <marccarlson20 at hotmail.com>
Sent: Mon, 09 Dec 2002 09:27:47 -0600
To: northkeep at ansteorra.org
Subject: RE: [Northkeep] List info - please read

I think it's lucky you.  The level of spam is
increasing and I get a  large
amount of it.  Since your email address is
available all over the place,
it's not hard for evil scum-sucking
telemarketers to cruise the net to
harvest email addresses.  It's not likely that
it's from THIS list since at
the moment, I'm still not getting any spam on my
hotmail account (as weird
as that seems), and if they were harvesting the
archives for email
addresses, I'd be getting them too.

And I do sympathize.  I had one pop up on my
computer here at work some
months ago that was, well, um, a very tight
close up that caused me to think
(in order): a) "Gee, that doesn't look like a
speculum", b) could I find
some way to use it to give one of my co-workers
a heart attack, and c)
"pictures like that are illegal to transmit in
this state".  None of which I
wanted to share with my boss, so it went

We may just have to learn to live with it.  I
tend to delete ads and
ad-looking things unread (ok, I admit it, I -do-
read those Nigerian money
scam things, which are now spreading out to
coming from other countries; but
I consider them a form of performance art - an
unfolding storyline).


"...If you're going to be human than there are a whole load
of things that come with it. Eyes, a heart, days and life.
It's the moments that illuminate it, though. The times you
don't see when you're having them...they make the rest of
it matter." -Death The Time Of Your Life  by Neil Gaiman

Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious and so very Peachy
Race to Save the Primates - every click provides food!

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