Pure Malevolence

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I’m so sick and tired of receiving email with random words in it! Above is a sample that I just got.

Do people still reply to this stuff? They must, I suppose, or it would cease to be profitable for the spammers.

All it does for me is piss me off. Want to guarantee that I will never, ever do business with you? Send me piece of spam with enough random words that it bypasses the filters I have in place. Let’s see, now you’ve spammed me. And you made it past the junk filter by lying. Oh, yeah, sign me up for your great products so I can “Take A Step Into The Future And Join The Millions Of People Already Using Rx Meds Online.” That’s exactly what I need. Thanks.

They are creatures of pure malevolence.

Like cats.

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