Help say NO to terrorism
October 3, 2001 8:42 AM   Subscribe

Help say NO to terrorism... then say yes to an in-box full of crap. Some spam sent me here. Nowadays, 'evil' seems like too strong a word for this sort of thing, but it's not far off the mark.
posted by davidfg (5 comments total)

 
'Evil' too strong a word? Okay, maybe. But 'slimy,' 'pathetic,' 'sad,' and 'disgusting' will do nicely. Eew! Worse than crushlink, by a long shot.
posted by jennyjenny at 8:49 AM on October 3, 2001


Ah.

"I am so concerned about terrorism I am taking the time to enter my email and click this here button.

"OK. Done!"

*In other news, Al Quaeda representatives said that they had a rude awakening when they discovered that over 1.5 million people had forwarded an email saying they agreed that terrorism was bad. An unidentified spokesman said "We had no idea!"*

Next, a campaign to send millions of canned Hallmark sentiments to families whose lives have been destroyed by tragic events. Stay tuned!
posted by Kafkaesque at 8:51 AM on October 3, 2001


His email address is ironic, isn't it?

Registrant:
FriendPlay.com
Unit 7A, St. Louis
CA, CA 94301
US
Domain Name: FRIENDPLAY.COM
Administrative Contact:
Gross, Timmy nospam@dotventure.com
Unit 7A, St. Louis
CA, CA 94301
US
201-250-5555
Record last updated on 02-Oct-2001.
Record expires on 10-Nov-2002.
Record Created on 10-Nov-2000.
Domain servers in listed order:
NS.WORLDHOT.COM 209.235.204.45
NS2.WORLDHOT.COM 209.235.205.45
posted by Vek at 10:18 AM on October 3, 2001


I like how the slimy bastard tried to trick spampots with the nospam thing.

Damn, I thought crushlink was evil when I saw it.
posted by delmoi at 11:53 AM on October 3, 2001


loud vomit + intense feelings of disgust
posted by fuq at 12:40 PM on October 3, 2001


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