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18 August 2008

Poor people

My heart bleeds. Perhaps someone should help these poor people.

My name is Richard Bromley, I have been diagnosed with a 
deadly ailment that was discovered very late. It has defied 
all form of medicine. I have only about a few months to live 
according to medical experts. I have not particularly lived my 
life so well, as I never really cared for anyone not even myself 
but my business. I want you to assist me in disbursing funds 
to charity organizations. Please reply me through my private 
email immediately so i can explain further. 

And this sounds like a nice lady:

Hello my dear,

Greetings and Nice to meet you, how is everything,hope all is well with you and your family. My name is Michelle Kouassi, I found your contact during my research in Internet and after going through your profile I picked interest to contact you.

I’ve something very important and profitable which I would love to share with you, but not in a public site like this,therefore,would advise you to kindly write me back,so that I’ll give you details.

Waiting anxiously for your anticipated corporation,

Yours Sinclerely,

Miss Michelle Kouassi

If anyone were to sign these people up to unwholesome mailing lists, I couldn’t possibly condone that course of action.

Filed under: fools (!gladly) — rpg @ 14:17

1 Comment »

  1. I’d love to help you to sign these persons up to those mailing lists, but first you will need to send me your bank account information.

    Awaiting anxiously your emancipated constipation.

    Comment by Ricardipus — 19 August 2008 @ 3:17

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