Date: Sat 02/01/2010 10:01 AM
Subject: WEBMAIL UPGRADE
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Dear spamvertising asshole. I don’t use webmail except in emergencies. And my provider, when it works, actually has a clue. And can form proper english sentences. Please do you and me a favour and die in a grease fire. No love, a very unimpressed geek.
PS: You fail epically at life. Computer user’s license revoked.
2 responses to “Sadly, someone out there probably just bought this email.”
Dunno, maybe you should forward that to whatever company they’re claiming to be (if you haven’t already). Does Canada have an equivalent to the FCC? Maybe you could forward it there as well. Dunno if it do much good, but just let them know there’s a problem.
Personally, I really, REALLY fucking hate people who make a living doing shit like that. Frauds, cheats, liars, I hate them! Everyone from the “Will Work For Food” guy who’s just too lazy to work to the bigass corporate executive who told his employee, “Hey, buy our stock!” all the while selling his.
It’s complicated, but it boils down to this. I worked for a guy for a month a half and I only got paid $100. I was desperate and he royally fucked me, and I found out later I’m wasn’t the first one.
So, people like that can DIE as far as I’m concerned.
We do have the CRTC, AKA Canadian Radio and Telecommunications Commission, but they’re about as much a joke as you’ll see without paying admission to a comedy club. Plus, if it’s not coming from somewhere *in* Canada, there’s not a whole lot they can do about it. And since certain countries (China, anyone?) have no problem allowing this kinda thing to happen, forwarding it to the actual owner of the address will probably result in a generous helping of laughing someone’s ass off. Besides, then who would I mock?