"Michael Schurr" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> I just bought a 2005 with the money I made from this system...take 5
> and read this
> You've heard of people making big money sending out letters requesting a
> Well, those days are over, all you need today is a Paypal Account and
> No stamps, no envelopes, no going to the post office, just sit back and
> watch your bank account grow. I didn't really believe it would work but
> $5.00 how could I go wrong?
> If you really want to make big cash fast, you have to get in at the very
> beginning. We all know that the longer you wait, the less return you get
> your investment. Well, this is as new as it gets. This letter was started
> July 15, 2004. Which means that everyone that gets on board early will
> receive the biggest piece of the pie. Do not wait until it is over
> saturated. In a matter of days, this letter will be in every message board
> on the Internet. No scam, no spam, no pyramid. This is perfectly legal and
> later I will explain why.
> This is a brand new letter. However, it still uses Paypal. You can not
> THE BEST AND MOST TRUSTED NAME IN ON-LINE PAYMENT SERVICES. First of all,
> the other letters say that if you open a WEBIK or DANGOPAY account, you
> receive $5 just for signing up. That is not exactly true.
> First you have to deposit a certain amount of money and they will add $5
> your deposit as a free gift. You can then withdraw the amount you
> deposited. That is too much of a hassle and takes too much time. To be
> honest, the main goal is to make as much money as quickly as you can. This
> letter will explain how you can take $5 and turn it into THOUSANDS in a
> matter of days, and in some cases, just hours!!!
> We all know that TONS of money has been made using all of these programs
> this one is no different, except that it is BRAND NEW. I will explain to
> the simplest, easiest, and most secure way for you to start making HUGE
> First, go to Paypal.com and sign up for an account. It is totally free. A
> business account is recommended because it does not have a sending or
> withdrawal limit. Paypal says you can even use your name as your
> Next, deposit $5 into your new Paypal account. You can do this by adding
> your checking account to your Paypal account. (This may take 3-4 days.) Or
> if you want to start right away, use your credit or debit card to make the
> $5 deposit to Paypal. Paypal guarantees your security when using personal
> information. They do not release your information to third parties. Very,
> very, very secure!
> Take the $5 in your Paypal account and follow these simple steps:
> YOU MUST NOT TRY AND ALTER THESE STEPS OR JUMP TO THE HEAD OF THE LINE OR
> THE SYSTEM WILL FAIL!
> 1) Click on the "SEND MONEY" tab
> 2) Enter the e-mail address in the #1 position
> 1. email@example.com
> 2. firstname.lastname@example.org
> 3. email@example.com
> 3) Send the $5 to the first e-mail address with an attached note, or a
> seperate e-mail saying "ADD ME TO YOUR MAILING LIST." This makes it legal.
> 4) Copy this letter. To do this, simply place your cursor at the top of
> page, hold it and drag it all the way down to the end of this letter,
> will highlight it. Then click on "EDIT" and select "COPY."
> Now open "wordpad" file on your computer and put the cursor in the top of
> the page in the notepad. Then click on "EDIT," then select "PASTE." This
> will copy the letter onto your computer. Be sure to save this letter as a
> text file. Then send an e-mail to the third position (3rd e-mail) saying
> "THANKS, I'VE JOINED." This also makes this legal.
> 5) Now remove the #1 e-mail address and move #2 and #3 up a position, and
> list your e-mail as #3.
> 6) Log on to YAHOO, GOOGLE or any other major search engine, and type in
> "making money message board," or "post message," or " making money
> or "employment," or "business opportunity," or " chat sites," or " news
> groups." Post this letter in at least 150-200 of these message boards and
> news groups.
> It is very important that you post as many as possible, because the more
> post, the quicker your name will move up the list. When your name reaches
> the #1 position, is when you start bringing in the BIG BUCKS!!
> Now just sit back and watch your Paypal account grow!!!
> Good luck and make lots and lots of money!!!!!!!!!!!
In article <c%5Wd.844$Q83.firstname.lastname@example.org>, wabbitslayer
> "Michael Schurr" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> > I just bought a 2005 with the money I made from this system...take 5
> > and read this
Dumb bunny. You just reposted the spam in its entirety and helped
the doink get past all the ISP filters. Go choke on a carrot.
no, i do understand, but every once in a while you get tired of reading the
same crap and can't help yourself.
i just couldn't believe that someone who has put plenty of OT bickering with
others on this newsgroup would put forth a rude response about my one
response to a spammer.
besides...AT LEAST I DIDN'T RESPOND TO THE FREAKIN RANGE ROVER THREAD!!!
It's funny how pretty much any stupid post can generate a little thread of
its own related to neither the original post nor the newsgroup on which it
In article <pokWd.firstname.lastname@example.org>, wabbitslayer
> no, i do understand, but every once in a while you get tired of reading the
> same crap and can't help yourself.
If you need to vent, just quote the first couple lines and snip the
rest. Better yet, get a newsfeed with an active filtering system. I
*never* see heavily propagated spam unless someone replies to it.
> i just couldn't believe that someone who has put plenty of OT bickering with
> others on this newsgroup would put forth a rude response about my one
> response to a spammer.
Usenet is unbelievable, isn't it? The problem is, responding to "get
rich" posts is newbie behavior that has been considered bad form for
years. You don't want the *real* newbies to think it's OK, do you?
> besides...AT LEAST I DIDN'T RESPOND TO THE FREAKIN RANGE ROVER THREAD!!!
Responding to lame covert spam is more of a gray area, but I agree
it's still a waste of time. Sometimes, though, you get gems like Chad
the Thumper and then it's party time. <stands up, does Cabbage Patch>
> It's funny how pretty much any stupid post can generate a little thread of
> its own related to neither the original post nor the newsgroup on which it
> was posted.
Once again, that's Usenet for ya. I hope you didn't take the carrot
"CobraJet" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> In article <pokWd.firstname.lastname@example.org>, wabbitslayer
> <email@example.com> wrote:
>> It's funny how pretty much any stupid post can generate a little thread
>> its own related to neither the original post nor the newsgroup on which
>> was posted.
> Once again, that's Usenet for ya. I hope you didn't take the carrot
> thing seriously.
"wabbitslayer" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote
| It's funny how pretty much any stupid post can generate a little thread of
| its own related to neither the original post nor the newsgroup on which it
| was posted.
that's what we like to do in here.
It entertains us when we have nothing better to do.
> and good morning to you, too, cj
> some folks look at the subject lines, that's all.
eat more carrots, your eyesight needs improving
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