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Subject: Re: psychoanalysis
What would you do if Ebay started depositing thousands of dollars into your
bank account every month?
What would you do if Ebay started depositing thousands of dollars into your bank account every month?
[Jason Creighton] Freak out. Then I'd call them to ask why they were doing that, and when I was told it was a "computer error" I'd move on with my life.
[Heather Stern] I would wonder how LinuxGazette got a bank account considering the domain hassles last year.
Thats what it is doing for 50,000 + other people each month... And It Can Happen To You Too!
So remember kids: Look each way before you cross the street!
There might be some sort of burn cream we can get to prevent this.
The Best way to describe eBay is this: It's a private money machine in your house or apartment.
Private, except, of course, for all the *other* people you send this spam too.
Really! There are people making so much money that it is quite simply hard to believe and it is easy!
Yes, hard to believe. No, not easy.
The FBI know about this?
You Want a Piece of It? Well Now's Your Chance!
No. Go away.
eBay... a corvette sold every 3 hours. A diamond ring every 6 minutes. A digital camera every 90 seconds. An article of clothing every 3 seconds!
Hey bub, eBay iz da truck what deze tings fell offa. Wanna buy a Rolex?
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Freshmeat has plenty of sniper software already, thanks anyway.
eBay is a virtual goldmine if you know what you're doing,
Don't forget to take a canary with you.
You will learn:
Things that everyone else figured out by reading eBay's FAQ.
With All these amazing benefits, you can't afford to miss out. eBay is exploding,
Well, I certainly hope people keep their distance while it explodes.
and people want your stuff! In fact, people want just about anything anyone starts an auction for, it's a phenomenon and it's in YOUR house NOW!
Ack! Get that exploding website out of my house!
this is the latest version of security update, the "November 2003, Cumulative Patch" update which resolves all known security vulnerabilities affecting MS Internet Explorer, MS Outlook and MS Outlook Express as well as three newly discovered vulnerabilities. Install now to maintain the security of your computer from these vulnerabilities, the most serious of which could allow an attacker to run code on your computer. This update includes the functionality of all previously released patches.
System requirements: Windows 95/98/Me/2000/NT/XP
This update applies to:
- MS Internet Explorer, version 4.01 and later
- MS Outlook, version 8.00 and later
- MS Outlook Express, version 4.01 and later
Recommendation: Customers should install the patch
at the earliest opportunity.
How to install: Run attached file. Choose Yes on displayed dialog box.
How to use: You don't need to do anything after installing this item.
If you received this email then whatever s.p.a.m filter your using is not working properly.
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[Jimmy O'Regan] I like it, in a perverse way. What next, doctors coming around to your house with a baseball bat... *crack*... "Perhaps you would like to take advantage of my special rates in plaster casting?"
[Sluggo] There was an episode of I Love Lucy where Lucy was a door-to-door vacuum saleswoman. Some lady opened the door and Lucy immediately threw some dirt on her floor. So the lady would have to let her demonstrate the vacuum as she cleaned it up. Unfortunately the apartment she picked had new owners and the electricity hadn't been turned on yet. (episode #45, "Sales Resistance")
[Jason] It's more like people walking into your house and saying "The door's unlocked! And you really ought to have a security system! But don't worry, I just happen to have some products availible...."
From: "Microsoft" <email@example.com>
Subject: Use this patch immediately !
Dear friend , use this Internet Explorer patch now! There are dangerous virus in the Internet now! More than 500.000 already infected!
Dear Answer Gang,
This patch doesn't work. I tried running it as suggested and it said:ben@baldur# /tmp/patch.exe /tmp/patch.exe: /tmp/patch.exe: cannot execute binary filePlease respond immediately. I don't want to get a virus. Why do you computer guys send out software that doesn't work? Also, my other computer is having trouble with Access. You'd better fix it right away.
[Ben Okopnik]ben@baldur# /tmp/patch.exe ^^^^^^^^^^You *creep!* Sure, I know your kind; you'd be _glad_ to expose me to all those viruses, .exe files, and other sorts of nastiness. You'd probably replace my "vi" with "edlin" if you could, wouldn't you?
[Jason] Did you try rebooting it?
[Heather Stern] Yes, but it still didn't patch internet explorer onto my Linux.
[Pete Jewell] That's because you got the syntax wrong, it's -ben@baldur# wine /tmp/patch.exeSorry, couldn't resist ;-)
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On Fri, Apr 02, 2004 at 12:53:28AM +0000, Genevieve Proctor wrote: > glwsihdkskrfoi pg fhw > fbgiy lnbynhp sauspdszuq > lcfdjycw n kx
[Thomas Adam] Well. Geneviève must be a doctor; they used to scribble absolutely indecipherable prescriptions by hand - but now they've brought that skill forward into the computer age! Amazing how some things never change.
On the other hand, that could be a message from my stock broker to tell me which stocks I need to buy... or is that sell? I keep getting confused, which is why I've ended up with a small fortune from playing the stock market. Oh, did I mention that I started with a large one?
/me walks off, past a guy with dark, dark sunglases. I know this guy.....
I couldn't leave without singing an ode to LG's new Editor, our resident Russian spy. It's another Rush song, "Red Lenses", from Grace Under Pressure (1984), lyrics by Neal Peart.
I see red it hurts my head guess it must be something that I read it's the colour of your heartbeat a rising summer sun the battle lost --- or won the flash to fashion and the pulse to passion --- feels red inside my head and truth is often bitter --- left unsaid said red red thinking about the overhead --- the underfed -- couldn't we talk about something else instead? we've got mars on the horizon says the national midnight star (it's true) what you believe is what you are a pair of dancing shoes --- the soviets are the blues --- the reds under your bed lying --- in the darkness dead ahead and the mercury is rising barometer starts to fall you know it gets to us all the pain that is learning and the rain that is burning --- feel red still --- go ahead you see black and white --- and I see red (not blue)
Yes, Ben, I know you don't know how to thank me for that song. Cash will be fine. Just think of it as a little brib^H^H^H^Hcontribution for keeping my mouth shut when Heather asked us all if there was any reason not to let Ben near LG's big red "Publish" button.
If that's not enough for you, here's my favorite previous Back Pages. It started as just a "Not Linux" section at the bottom of the Back Page, but when the author bios moved to the separate Author pages, the "Not Linux" section it kind of expanded like a supernova.
Mike is the Editor-in-Chief of Linux Gazette. You can read what he has
to say on the Back Page of many issues. He has been a Linux enthusiast
since 1991 and a Debian user since 1995. Non-computer interests include
wrestling, ska and oi! and ambient music, and the international language
Esperanto. He's been known to listen to Dvorak, Schubert, Mendelssohn, and