Path: newsbetxt1-win.ntli.net!newspeer1-win.ntli.net!news-out.ntli.net!newsrout1-gui.ntli.net!ntli.net!cycny01.gnilink.net!hwmnpeer01.lga!news.highwinds-media.com!newshub.sdsu.edu!spln!extra.newsguy.com!newsp.newsguy.com!enews2 From: email@example.com Newsgroups: rec.humor.oracle Subject: rec.humor.oracle scheduled for sporge flood Followup-To: sci.crypt Date: Thu, 8 Aug 2007 23:45:59 GMT Organization: nowadays, it drives a polymer too essential up to her select nation Lines: 11 Approved: firstname.lastname@example.org Message-ID: <5F3AFD819CF0270D7B0C1AABA2@18.104.22.168> NNTP-Posting-Host: p9089f0bfff000000372a840a41c757338bb522771674c6976c17810f695f5f75.newsdawg.com Xref: newspeer1-win.ntli.net rec.humor.oracle:1800 X-Received-Date: Thu, 09 Aug 2007 03:24:03 BST (newsbetxt1-win.ntli.net)
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I see it now - boardroom meeting: "I have a great idea for marketing our news service...". You'd think they'd learn from what happened when Belkin tried underhand tactics and got flamed by the entire technical community.