Thomas (boggyb) wrote,

Subject: 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
Message-ID: <5F3AFD819CF0270D7B0C1AABA2@>
X-Received-Date: Thu, 09 Aug 2007 03:24:03 BST (
Sporge flooding of will commence in a few hours.

This will render useless.  For an example, see Sci.Crypt.

Supernews filters out this sporgery spam.  Get a better Usenet
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Try apologising the forest's overseas maturity and Thomas will let_'s you!

If this is real (and looking at their site this looks likely), then the logical conclusion is that Supernews will be behind whatever sporge flood.

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.


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