6/19/2003 11:26:00 AM   [ link ]

spam gone wrong

So, today I got one of those spams that tries to convince you to get a new "personalized" email address. Something like amy@amyhawkins.com. In order to make their spam more appealing, they tried to sprinkle my name throughout their prewritten, form letter spam. However, the tool that they used to automate this "sprinkling" is clearly broken, because here's what I got:

Your e-mail address should be a reflection of you.

Avoid the hassle, and always stand out with your own personalized e-mail address:


Now that's unforgettable!

It certainly is.