Re: A grat way to earn money

Toby Cockcroft (
Thu, 10 Oct 1996 00:43:16 -0400

Dear: Steve T. Ho
[ ] Clueless Newbie [ ] Lamer [ ] AOLer
[x] "Me too" er [ ] Twit [ ] Geek
[x] Spammer [ ] Nerd [ ] Elvis
[ ] Fed [ ] Freak [ ] Cryogenic
[x] Scammer [ ] Troller [ ] Pre-teen

You Are Being Flamed Because:
[ ] You posted MODs in pieces LESS than 5000 lines
[ ] You posted something asking for warez sites
[ ] You quoted an ENTIRE post in your reply
[ ] You continued a long, stupid thread
[ ] You started an off-topic thread
[ ] You posted a "YOU ALL SUCK" message
[ ] You posted a blatently obvious troll
[ ] You posted pretending to be someone famous (See "troll" above)
[ ] You replied to the above message type believing it was someone
[ ] You said "me too" to something
[ ] You make no sense
[ ] Your sig/alias/server is dreadful
[x] You posted a stupid pyramid money making scheme and claimed it
was legal
[ ] I think you might be a fed
[ ] You posted in ElItE CaPiTaLs because you think that makes you
[ ] You didn't do anything specific, but appear to be so generally
worthless that you are being flamed anyway

To Repent, You Must:

[ ] Give up your AOL account
[ ] Give up your MSN account
[x] Bust up your modem with a hammer and eat it
[ ] Tell your Mommy to up your medication
[x] Jump into a bathtub while holding your monitor
[ ] Actually post something relevant
[ ] Read the FAQ
[ ] Be the guest of honor in alt.flame for a month

In Closing, I'd Like to Say:

[x] Get Wrecked
[ ] Get a life
[x] Never post again
[ ] Age 10 more years before you post again
[ ] Yer momma's so fat/stupid/ugly that etc...
[x] Take your gibberish somewhere else
[x] Get a clue, you pathetic loser
[x] Learn to post or get off the usenet
[ ] All of the above In article

<53cbq7$>, T. Ho)

>Taking 5 minutes to read what follows could be one of the best
>decisions you have ever made.
>I saw an article in an internet newsgroup telling me
>I could make $50,000 within a month for an investment of only $5.
>I thought it was a huge joke. I spoke to my attorney, friends and=20
>about it, and they all agreed it was some kind of scam. I
>can't stand scams, because usually someone gets burned, and I didn't
>want it to be me. After rejecting the idea at first, I realized all I
>had to lose was the $5 in my wallet, and not much else. So, needing
>more than just $5, I figured what the heck, and gave it a shot.
>Two weeks later, I began recieving money in the mail! I could not
>believe it! Soon, hundreds, and then thousands of dollars began to
>roll in. Within 4 weeks, I had recieved a total of $32,445! It came
>from everywhere in the world.
>If you follow the three steps below, there is no reason why the same
>shouldn't happen to you! This is a legitimate investment opportunity.
>You invest $5, and you recieve a return on your investment. So does

Toby Cockcroft MA Anthropology
Dept. of Anthropology
University of Western Ontario