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Section - vi. A word about SPAM

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    Since I started to post this FAQ I've been inundated with junk emails
    from mindless shits that can't respect anyone's privacy.  As a result
    all email addresses are listed with exclaimation marks in place of 
    the periods to save my friends from the curse of SPAM.

    On 02 Jul 1997 Rodger Whitlock <totototo@mail!pacificcoast!net> wrote:
    "What are Spammerz? They are parasitic, thieving, bottom-feeding, 
    asocial would-be entreprenuers with Ayn-Randish hero complexes, who
    abuse UseNet by sending out massive numbers of newsgroup messages 
    (and email) advertising porn sites, phone sex lines, psychic readings,
    make-money-fast schemes, multi-level marketing schemes, and other 
    methods for separating you from your hard-earned money without 
    providing anything of use in return.

    "Why Spam? There is a Monty Python skit featuring a song, the text of
    which is essentially "Spam" over and over - that's all you get - it's
    everywhere.

    "Welcome aboard."

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