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MMF Without Phoolz

There is a reason we at the Spicey Chicken Cartel call those who send pyramid scheme chain letters out, or post them on chat boards/web sites, "MMFools". It is, simply, because they are Fools. Or, at least their actions are Foolish. We have never accused these folks of being 'the sharpest knife in the kitchen', in fact their average wit is duller than your kindergartener's plastic play scissors.

This truism about MMFools was displayed, once again, in an MMF I recently received. It is a typical "5-reports" style MMF, and normally I would simply LART the sender's account into e-Oblivion (through their ISP abuse desk), delete the email, and move on with my life. However, this one is a good example of why MMFools should never, ever be trusted alone with an Internet-connected PC.

So, Without Further Ado: The Letter!

So, if we are to believe this report, the first thing mommie thought when she found over $71,000 in little Johnnie's closet was that he had robbed a bank. Well, she wasn't too far off. If this report is to be believed, little Johnnie actually robbed over 14,200 people. And, to make matters worse, he then proceeded to launder the money, always keeping the transactions below the $10,000 line that would have put him on the IRS's radar screen. One very smart kid, could he be related to 'The Sopranos'?

However, it is more probable that this story, like the rest of the letter, is patently false. Nothing more than scam-words, designed to convince the mark that participating this this particular form of mail fraud is OK. The kid probably DIDN'T make over $71,000 (hell, he probably didn't make over $7.10), and all the other people mentioned in this letter probably didn't make all the $$$$MONEY$$$$$ they claimed to, either (that is, if they even exist, which they probably don't.)

But, what is most interesting about this email is what is missing. For, you see, it appears that the sender was in such a hurry to get this sent out, so the $$$$MONEY$$$$$ would start rolling in, that s/he/it forgot to include the list of Phoolz - so, there isn't anyone on this letter to send the $$$$MONEY$$$$$ to!

So, in an ironic twist, maybe this letter is 100% LEAGEL, after all.

je je je je je :-)

Hey, 'Cathy589b785600s68[at]' - can you say "D'oh"? I knew you could...

Eat More Spicey Chicken!

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