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  • Proof that spam business model does not work

    Back when the dot-com bubble burst, folks began to realise the insanity of their ways with pumping money into ludicrous Internet ideas, and steadily went back to traditional brick-and-motar means. I guess the email-spamming bubble has burst too.
    Posted to Facetious (Forum) by icelava on October 9, 2009
  • Finally a self-serving piece of spam

    spammer:Hi,   Please do not read on if you do not wish to get the following!!! ....... At long last, a spam that honestly tells me it is not worth reading. Delete button clicked. Thank you!
    Posted to Omnifarious (Forum) by icelava on February 26, 2007
  • Spammers, please hire a copy editor

    so that s/he can proof read an email titled ''Windows Vista Ultimate ready to download'' and determine such a body content Over the chilly dale.To watch me watch drowned snow lift from the lake.into early blooming. Then, the inevitable blizzardThe snowflakes are swirling, blotting outIn realms of dingy gloom and deep crevassewill come, blighting ...
    Posted to Software (Forum) by icelava on December 21, 2006
  • I didn't know I had a support team backing me up!

    From: webmaster AT [mailto:webmaster AT] Sent: Friday, 17 June 2005 01:55 To: techno AT Subject: Members Support Dear Icelava Member, We have temporarily suspended your email account techno AT This might be due to either of the following reasons: 1. A recent change in your ...
    Posted to Omnifarious (Forum) by icelava on June 16, 2005
  • Spam: one up

    Again. Just when most of us are breathing sighs of relief, believing the latest spam filtering logic are advanced enough to spare you the chore of clicking the To Junk Folder button a few hundred times. Notice I did not use the word ''smart'' above. Because that adjective belongs to the spammers. Most people By Default read and write ...
    Posted to Software (Forum) by icelava on April 23, 2005
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