[SCA-Dance] What about on topic spam?
Tom.Vincent at yahoo.com
Sat Feb 24 17:07:15 EST 2007
I wouldn't mind getting 10 Early Music or dancing 'spams' a day if it
meant I'd stop getting 10 less v-*-i-*-a-*-g-*-r-*-a, mortgage or h0t
c41cks in y0ur ar3a spams.
Anyway, assuming it's true (and I can't imagine that those oh-so-rich
'Nigerians' could be fleecing people with an 'Early Music Workshop in
Italy' scam), wouldn't it be wonderful to learn period dancing in Italy?
(still annoyed at having to 'reply-all' and edit reply list for a
Lesley Walker wrote:
> On Sat, 2007-02-24 at 10:21 -0500, Jane & Mark Waks wrote:
>> Actually, they go *way* beyond merely harvesting obviously
>> early-dance-related addresses.
>> (I make a point of boycotting all companies that use
>> spam, specifically to make sure that they *lose* business for using it.)
>> So please keep deleting it...
> How about somebody actually getting in touch with them and talking to
> them about it? Maybe they're simply paying the wrong people to do their
> I'd do it myself but I'm in New Zealand and the timezone is all wrong.
> Is there anyone on this list in Europe who could do it?
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