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newadam

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WHAT IS THIS AT THE BOTTOM OF SPAM?!


and ask the mother what she will have in her plot, for we are all parts of thekindled light in her lovely eyes, and a smile that showed how winsome her faceattempt, though as sure as ever that he was right.
shirt, best studs, sleeve-buttons, blue tie, and handkerchief wet with cologne for several minutes. him; so he confiscated the gum-pot, and effectually stopped the stamp business
m: listened to the radio

the scarecrow, "what will you do when dorothy has left us?" consented to take for old acquaintance' sake.i might be a bother to strangers," began laurie, brightening more and more.here josie,
i'll tell you how they both learned to be wiser. the elder prince soon found and annoyances. put your pride in your pockets, and remember poverty is n't quarrel, and don't speak. she is too mean to live, so i gave her up. just think,
for their wings, and the spaniards for superior beings brought down from heaven

for their wings, and the spaniards for superior beings brought down from heaven"how?" asked nat, startled at the idea. thank you," when he says "will you, please?"when "tingle, tangle!" went the bell, and the basket came in heavily laden.
as she thought these tempted to do wrong. nat quite agreed to this, and it was a pleasant laugh at us, and make fun of my old-fashioned accomplishment. you
pumpkin was a well-beloved baby. the day it was gathered he would

dorothy had pressed back to one sideat the top, evidently put there for that express purpose. at last,fell on the other suit which phebe had brought in; and it was verywhat passed between them no one knew, but when they appeared
that for style?' he asked, appearing to his mother and cousins whom "jane carter, take this child for massy still that he never waked till near noon, and, looking round him,
something in the flushed, wet
"what will you give me if i'll tell you every bitlooked so gratified by their thanks, that tom followed suit, merelyground, and champed her bit, as if she tried to tell him all aboutthought the scarecrow said:
doleful roar. go there?" don't see any harm in the book so far. it is by a famous author, wonderfully
nobler lovers. is absent templateand drawingrooms, and silks and satins. is absent template
bustling in and out of the house; now she was beating his bedclothes on Interpol's urgent global security alert, known as an "orange notice," was issued "because the escape and unknown whereabouts of al-Qaida terrorists constituted a clear and present danger to all countries," the statement said. is absent template
sounds nice and kind anyway, and yon poor lamb needs all the help HeFred hurried forward, and found a man, almost covered with snow, is absent template


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No virus found in this incoming message.
Checked by AVG Free Edition.
Version: 7.1.408 / Virus Database: 268.13.2/471 - Release Date: 10/10/2006
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Your going to ahve to be a little more spacific, however if you are meaning the following :

No virus found in this incoming message.
Checked by AVG Free Edition.
Version: 7.1.408 / Virus Database: 268.13.2/471 - Release Date: 10/10/2006


Don't worry about that, its safe. Its a antivirus program that you have on your computer scanning you e-mails to protect your computer for virus' trojans and the other junk alike.
James

P.S. Next time just enter the part of the message that you want to know what i means, the rest is gibberish.

Edited by james_8970, 13 October 2006 - 06:48 PM.

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Hi, James...thanks for your answer. Actually, I was asking what the purpose of all the gibberish is. All that nonsense was in micro-print at the bottom of a .gif advertising HGH from an online pharmacy. I just wondered why the spammer puts that stuff at the bottom...to, maybe, elude spam blockers?

David
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Spammers now use images in e-mails as the filters have no way of filtering this as of yet, but who knows the reason why a spammer would send this gibberish. However when you are sent spam just remove it. There is no need to look at it unless you are looking around for links to get you computer infected with.
Moral of the story, deleat spam don't read it.
James
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Thanks for the advice. Interestingly, I chose a single word from that gibberish and was able to get my computer to filter it...I just looked for a word that most people wouldn't use in emails to me...in this case, the word was "Interpol". Now that spam gets junked before I see it. The oddness of the writing just got me curious.

Thanks for your time.

David
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Looks to be to be another spammer wanting to waste our time.....
James
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I'm also getting a lot of these. They seem to almost make sense but you cannot get it, then you go and open that cute little .gif file to see if you can make sense of it...

Just delete it!
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NEVER, NEVER, NEVER open an attachment if you don't know who the sender is.
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Of course!!!! :whistling:
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lol missed the deleat part of your post....
James
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