Amanda Key—Your money, methyl chloride

Now a day, there are loads of spammers who send you emails which they hope will go through your anti-spam filter. Note that if you have a spam filter, it's likely that you do not want their emails and thus forcing them through is rather useless.

Now my question is: Who are the morons who answer such emails?!? Not even one sentence is correct English!!! (plus the format is broken! which means that maybe there was an attempt to attach an image.)

Note: I've noticed these days that these people changed tactics in regard to URLs. They actually buy a new URL everyday and use that until the URL is barred (within a day) and buy another one the next day. This cost them nothing if (1) they use MLM and (2) they sell something like 2 or more bottles. So that's a "good" business.

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Subject: Your money, methyl chloride
Date: Fri, 7 Jul 2006 14:22:19 -0060
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