So I go read my mail and I find this shit in it. The fucked up part is that it's one of my email addys that I've only given to like 10 people. It's a Gmail account as well, so my question, I suppose, is where the fuck do these people get my email from?
The other question is... does this shit work? Would anyone actually send this asshole money?
I didn't see the spam, since it was deleted, but based on AWArulz description of it, it sounds like the classic 419 scam. Amazingly, many people have fallen for it. Of course, many other people have taken the takers....
I wasn't sure what happened. Then I saw the train stopping up ahead. I thought, ‘Holy crap dude, you just got hit by a train.'
I saw it before CRZ deleted it. Basically it was this girl from Estonia or Latvia or one of those former Soviet republics asking to help pay for her schooling.
I wouldn't be surprised if something like that works. There are tons of websites with people asking for donations to help them continue on. Of course, how do we know that the money goes for schooling, or even that the person in the e-mail is real?
In the real world, WWE believes that no matter what our race, religious creed or ethnic background in America, we all share the common bond of being Americans. American-Arabs are a part of the fabric of America, and they should be embraced by all of us.
I stumbled on these photos from the Denver Post. They were originally published last year, on the Fall of Saigon's 35th anniversary. There is 141 of them on one page, full size. So beware if you use dialup, and keep in mind they are at times graphic.