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Whit Haydn
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I have discovered a new way of protecting people's online identities. This is truly revolutionary, and not like any other process or system ever designed, whether hardware or software based.

This radical new safety mechanism has been implemented for hundreds of people who had previously suffered at the hands of hackers and phishers on the internet. We are trying to protect as many people as possible while there is still interest.

This service is absolutely free.

If you email me your credit card number, PIN and Social Security number, I can put your card number through this very secret process that will make it impermeable to fraud of any kind, ever again...

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On 2010-07-31 21:13, Whit Haydn wrote:
I have discovered a new way of protecting people's online identities. This is truly revolutionary, and not like any other process or system ever designed, whether hardware or software based.

This radical new safety mechanism has been implemented for hundreds of people who had previously suffered at the hands of hackers and phishers on the internet. We are trying to protect as many people as possible while there is still interest.

This service is absolutely free.

If you email me your credit card number, PIN and Social Security number, I can put your card number through this very secret process that will make it impermeable to fraud of any kind, ever again...

Pop Haydn


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Funny. 3 for 3
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Dear Mr. Hayden:

I am very interested in your protection service. Our church has an account with over 3 million dollars in it we would wish to secure from theaft.

It is however a tenant of our religion, the Eastern Church of Moldavian Bread Fruit, that we only do business with those with clean hands. In order to cleanse yourself, you must balance a breadfruit on your nose for 10 minutes while wearing only boxer shorts.

If you would have a picture taken of yourself engaging in this ritual and post it in this thread, we will contact you with further details.

Sincerely,

Otto Huntermyer, First Minister, Church of Moldavian Breadfruit

(I wish I could claim I thought this up myself. But there are groups that make a sport out of baiting scammers like this... to see some funny and well deserved stuff you can go to http://www.419eater.com
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"secure from theaft"

Is that short for "the afterlife"? Smile
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It's free, you say? Smile
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Oh, yes. Absolutely free. This is just something I am doing to help balance out my Karma...I was a saint in a past life...

The Net-Field Displacement System is designed for the benefit of mankind. I would never want to see it used for base material gain. Anyone who knows me can tell you that my motives are as altruistic as possible.

I have my principles...and principles are very important. Like ballast...you always want to have something left to throw overboard at the last minute...
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"I have my principles...and principles are very important. Like ballast...you always want to have something left to throw overboard at the last minute..."

roflol. I WILL steal that at some point, Whit. Thanks for the chuckle.
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[Wrong place]
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Whit Haydn
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You are welcome to use it, Cyberqat. Actually, I was trying to rewrite a quote from Falstaff for Pop: "Honor is a mere scutcheon."

A scutcheon is a small shield carried into battle, that would usually be tossed over the shoulder when running away from the battle.
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Most people in the US it seems don't know how funny (and lewd) Shakespeare could be. I love "Merry Wives" and "Much Ado". They always have me rolling in the isle.

I am sometimes want to quote Shakespeare in this manner...

"As the great Playwright Shakespeare wrote... 'You sir, are an ass!'"
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I am appearing in Midsummer Night's Dream next week at the Magic Castle. I play Snug the Joiner (the Lion in Pyramus and Thisbe). It is a huge hoot. I perform in Southern dialect in my Pop character.

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Very cool,I wish I could be there to see it.
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On 2010-08-07 17:45, Cyberqat wrote:
Very cool,I wish I could be there to see it.


I second that sentiment!
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Whit, anyone else we would recognize in the cast?
Mr. Mystoffelees
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On 2010-08-05 11:06, Cyberqat wrote:
"I have my principles...and principles are very important. Like ballast...you always want to have something left to throw overboard at the last minute..."

roflol. I WILL steal that at some point, Whit. Thanks for the chuckle.


Ditto...
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I will totally send you an e-mail!

The information will be in several links in the e-mail, make sure you use Internet Explorer to open the links.

Please use the computer you use for your banking transactions.



I'll be really happy to have a secure online identity!
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