First I'm a CIA agent and then
I get this:
To: Sean Conner
Date: Thu, 27 Jan 2000 18:20:37 -0800
Subject: It's Time to Submit Your Site to BridalGowns.com
Just a brief message to notify you that your site is currently not scheduled
in the pending reviews for BridalGowns.com. Brides and grooms will not be
able to see your site through our upcoming service unless you submit yo ur
It's FREE! Now's the time!
It's just so … odd that I just had to check it out. No default background
color (whoever did it assumed white—little do they realize my default is
still that hideous gray color that Mosaic popularized in the early 90s) so
it looks like crap.
But from the name, I suppose it's a wedding related site. But I have to
wonder … they probably got my email address from my web site, so why did
they spam me to have me send the URL of my site back to
them? Are they totally incompetent?
And why am I asking rhetorical questions?
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