Spam in Korean

From: Edward Cherlin (edward.cherlin.sy.67@aya.yale.edu)
Date: Tue Sep 14 1999 - 22:31:47 EDT


Polite Korean, too. For those who don't have a KSC font handy, he
begins annyeong haseyo, which is the usual respectful greeting.

At 11:37 -0700 9/14/1999, jollaelca@yahoo.com wrote:
>滄
[snip]

>
>XXX Version 2.4
> XXX Email Delivery
>Softwar e Right To The Point!
> Once you've created your email message in your mind, your going
>to nee d a professional emailing product to
> compose and deliver it. We know your looking for a bullet-proof
>soluti on to deliver your commercial email message
> to the world.
[snip]

--
Edward Cherlin   edward.cherlin.sy.67@aya.yale.edu
"It isn't what you don't know that hurts you, it's
what you know that ain't so."--Mark Twain, or else
some other prominent 19th century humorist and wit



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