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Jeff Watkins
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"Dusk and Summer"
I'm Writing This To Break Your Heart
I Guess You Can Call This A Comeback Tour
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It's the End of an Era
White Cars
Day 5
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Dear Girl I Liked That Dyes Her Hair Blonde

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Monday, March 10, 2008


I am no fan of spam. Not at all. Neither the supposed meat product nor the kind you get in your inbox. I don't want to be one of these johnny-come-lately bloggers who unleash their thoughts about the trivial, but this concerns all of you, as well as me. Today I was sifting through my spam folder in Gmail when something caught my eye. Sometimes miscellaneous newsletters or emails get stuck there simply because they happen to be in the form of a mass message. Well, one specific message caught my attention. The subject read: "Funky date rape trick." How is that supposed to entice anyone? Is that not an audacious attempt at either humor or shock, but still all mixed in with a dose of trickery? I did not open the email because I thought that we would please the sender too much. Seriously though, and this is really what chaps my hide. Who says funky anymore?

posted by Jeff Watkins at 6:42 PM


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