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    Can someone help me? I need to make $6,000 a month at home but the flashing banner on the VisorCentral pages links to an undisplayable page. Do I not qualify? Please help!

    (Sorry- feeling a little silly)
    Last edited by zieak; 03/28/2002 at 01:45 PM.
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    lol. you are funny
    -thorin

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    : Can someone help me? I need to make $6,000 a month at home but the flashing banner on the VisorCentral pages links to an undisplayable page. Do I not qualify? Please help! "

    No, you do not qualify. You clicked on the wrong banner for you. I have some nice email for you that says you can make more than that ($10,000! $100,000!) at home. Would you like me to send it to you and to everyone you know?

    I also give glassblowing lessons over the phone if you want to tap into the incredibly lucretive world of hand made crafts. Call me at 1 (900) 555-5555 and give a valid credit card number. If the young lady who answers the phone asks you any personal questions, please feel free to answer candidly.

    "I am a debtor both to Greeks and to Barbarians, both to the wise and to the foolish."
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    Okay, that was very funny. I had a really crummy day and now I'm cracking up. Thanks, you guys are wacky!
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    I haven't tried the get-rich-quick ones yet, but I've been taking this pill to make my ***** larger...









    (no luck yet.)
    We're all naked if you turn us inside out.
    -David Byrne
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    sweet! the financial officer of northern zimbabwe just sent me an email offering me a million dollars for some help with his country!

    all i have to do is give em my bank account numbers and they'll transfer some money in for export/trade purposes.. i dont know, i didnt read it very carefully... and for the use of my account, theyll give me a million bucks!

    hes said a friend of mine had refferred me to them as being trustworthy.
    -thorin

    I have a webcomic. You should read it, or I may do something rash. <b><a href=http://driveby.keenspace.com/>Drive-by Loitering</a></b> is updated every monday, wednesday and friday.

    <!img src=http://www.frontfly.com/myrouter/vcsig2.gif alt="Soundsgood is too elite for the punks."><img src=http://www.frontfly.com/vcsig.gif ><!img src=http://www.frontfly.com/myrouter/vcsig2.gif alt="Soundsgood is too elite for the punks.">
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    I've gotten out of debt 8 times! With all this extra money, I'm going to meet this Swedish woman who's been getting all hot and bothered thinking about my throbbing ****.
    -Joshua
    I've decided to become enigmatic.
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    Originally posted by thorin
    sweet! the financial officer of northern zimbabwe just sent me an email offering me a million dollars for some help with his country!
    Off off-topic, I've noticed that there's a real "spam shift" over the last few weeks.

    I've gone from getting 10 viagra/"ejeculation increase" e-mails a day to 10 "hidden payola in small African nations -- want some?" messages.

    The lack of originality in spam is really, really discouraging. (I blame the US education system. )
    Jeff Meyer

    "And he died like he lived: with his mouth wide open."
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    The South African ones are actually run by a criminal ring in South Africa. I saw an article about it recently, and apparently they are literally cleaning peoples accounts out. Bad thing is, they are a decentralized quasi network of people who are difficult to trace, prosecute etc. I guess if you are dumb enough to call...

    I also saw and article in Wired many months ago where they actually called some of the numbers and bought the crap and reported on it. I don't have a link, but that made me laugh when the author got his "accredited" degreee from some bogus University.
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    Originally posted by bookrats
    The lack of originality in spam is really, really discouraging. (I blame the US education system. )
    Yes. I concur entirely.
    -Joshua
    I've decided to become enigmatic.
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    Originally posted by bookrats
    Off off-topic, I've noticed that there's a real "spam shift" over the last few weeks.
    Well, I've noticed that Earthlink's Spaminator seems to be getting more efficient over the last few weeks, so that's a shift I like. When they acquired Mindspring (who had the Spaminator originally), there was a definite increase in spam for a while.
    I've gone from getting 10 viagra/"ejeculation increase" e-mails a day to 10 "hidden payola in small African nations -- want some?" messages.
    I got one from Serbia last week, too.
    The lack of originality in spam is really, really discouraging. (I blame the US education system. )
    Well, you can feel free to do that, but I don't think it's exactly fair since spam is a global issue and not limited to coming from within the States.
    ‎"Is that suck and salvage the Kevin Costner method?" - Chris Matthews on Hardball, July 6, 2010. Wonder if he's talking about his oil device or his movie career...
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    Originally posted by Toby
    Well, you can feel free to do that, but I don't think it's exactly fair since spam is a global issue and not limited to coming from within the States.
    I took it to be a tic comment.
    -Joshua
    I've decided to become enigmatic.

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