While I don't want to contribute to a long thread on this, I felt it was
important to confirm this.
Since joining Britarch I have been promised millions of dollars, a larger
penis and sexy photo pals.
Although tempted by such, I wonder whether there's anything the listowner
Dr A A Piccini
PARIP: Practice as Research in Performance
Department of Drama: Theatre, Film, Television
University of Bristol
Cantocks Close, Woodland Road
Bristol BS8 1UP
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--On Tuesday, May 13, 2003 9:48 am +0100 Julie Brassington
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> Hi folks
> It appears that someone is harvesting email addresses from this list for
> the purposes of sending out spam from the notorious Nigerian scam. I am
> quite certain that they have acquired my email from this list because:
> a. I never received any spam of this kind before I joined;
> b. I got my first one directly after I posted my first message to this
> list, I'd been on it for a while before I first posted - the problem only
> arose when I posted. I've only posted a couple of times and each time a
> new specimen has arrived shortly afterwards;
> c. the email address I am using for this list I no longer use for any
> other purpose (I just didn't get around to changing it to my new one) -
> and this is the one through which the offending items arrive.
> I've seen folks discuss this before and I just thought that I would
> mention this. :-)
> J Brassington
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> "For Ericcson had got upon his old subject: that the gods were not
> dead, but merely withdrawn, and that even a single true
> worshipper was enough to draw them into touch
> with the world.."
> Algernon Blackwood, 'The Sea Fit', Pan's Garden (1912)
> Outgoing mail is certified Virus Free.
> Checked by AVG anti-virus system (http://www.grisoft.com).
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