Brian Foster wrote:
> am I the only one who thinks posting >20 lines of complete rubbish
> threatening mayhem if the preceding e-mail content was read by its
> recipients to a high-traffic, internationally-distributed, public,
> archived list is inane?
> I pay for my downloads and am as incensed by this sort of spamming
> as I am by the UCE / porn / Nigerian fraud / whatevers (rants like
> this?) spam. I'd still be very annoyed even if I wasn't paying.
Actually, the thing I'm using as a spam filter thinks most of
these are spam too. They tend to include key phrases like "If you
have received this mail in error," which make them prime
candidates for filtering. Happily, having flat-rate 24/7 cable
internet means I don't worry about the cost ;-)
> what's the dejour favored method of terminating spammers?
Baseball bats. With thumbtacks. Nails do the job too quickly.
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