Re: Spam, Tech Writing, and Alien Invasion
>>Under Bill s.1618 Title III passed by the 105th U.S. Congress this mail cannot be considered as "spam" as long as we include contact formation an a remove link for removal from our mailing list. In order to not be in the recipients-list for this mail, please revert to us with "REMOVE" either in the subject or in the mailbody. Please include all pertinent email
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Apparently the Senate did not pass this Bill (or maybe I'm misinterpreting this):
I think I'll report this as Spam, or maybe I'll report this to SETI (Search For Extraterrestrial Investigation.) The reference to 'contact formation' makes me REALLY uneasy:^)
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