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One of the many spam's I got today really sickened me. You know how they try and make the subject line sound like a real e-mail, something to make the recipient open the email? This email had the subject line

KIA in Iraq

and was therefor using the death of soldiers in Iraq as a ploy to sell sex aids. Just how low can you go? If I knew how to do it, I swear I'd "take care" of that website :nono:

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Why don't you just post up all the information from that spam and see what happens?  :)

Hey Ronin is onto something. Why not post the return email address. Maybe get everyone here to send a nasty note back and clog the sorry sod's email box so full that it starts coming out of their ears.

What do you say Rocky?

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Why don't you just post up all the information from that spam and see what happens?  :)

The company like likes to use the death of army personnel to promote it's business is bestcram.net. (Open a new browser window if you want to visit them and drop them a (few million) e-mails.

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Date: Sat, 11 Mar 2006 01:54:43 -0800

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