Tuesday, June 16, 2020

From The Spamfiles

Okay, as someone who doesn’t own a car… Do you have to check to see if a vehicle is taxed at any point? I know people have to pay taxes on their cars, I’m just not sure why you’d have to check to see if it was taxed, because obviously it would be. I’m just wondering if I’m misunderstanding something here. Also I am definitely thinking way too hard about this. It’s a frigging spam message. Get it together. You have more important things to worry about.

I can say with 100% certainty that I have never signed up for “Adult SexMeet” as “terrysmurphy02”. Nor do I know anyone named “Terry” or “Murphy” (or “Smurphy” for that matter).

It’s actually pretty easy to find out who’s emailing you. You just look at who sent it.

Do you… not know how spaces work?

Getting a random email from an “Assistance General Manager” at an airport I’ve never been to. Totally nothing suspicious about that.

The Federal Reserve Bank of Your Urgent Response Is Needed! Located in United State CA. I have several friends in United State CA.


  1. CA is not very united, actually. There's a whole Alt-Right group who want to break up the state into smaller states.

  2. If CA wants to form its own United State, why not?

  3. I think it's weird that an email about checking if your vehicle has paid its tax comes from an address with "bookings" in it. Do you have to book in to pay your tax?

  4. We have had mucho phone recordings that sound remarkably like a person.

    No, Alex. No smurfs here, altho our kids had little rubber ones way back in the late 70s. I hate smurfs. They were suspect in my thinking.

    Dicing and slicing California has been said several times before. If LA and San Fran. can form their own little states, that might not be so bad.

  5. It's like they're not even trying...

  6. Spacing in spam? Perish the thought.


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