I get messages that say in the subject line: UNCLAIMED FUNDS. No problem to jack, I know no one has left me and money, and I have not forgotten to claim something like MONEY! Click the delete button.
Sometimes I have a problem with the ones saying Jesus isn’t going to like me if I delete this, Now I don’t’ think Jesus cares so much what I do about that, but I do reluctantly delete it anyway.
I am the one millionth visitor to this site and have won an I-phone or a million dollars, do I believe it. Not on your life. I click the little red X.
I don’t like to be intimidated on a phone or on the net. Don’t get me wrong there is some great stuff on this net. I love reading most of the things forwarded to me. But do I always send it on, No not always. I judge the message and time involved with the folks I like, should I bother them? No? I delete, They will love this! I forward. The majority of the time I delete.
So if you get something from me forwarded I have thought about it. I won’t be mad if you delete it, I promise.
I like the idea some have learned to make a joke out of challenging you to forward. Like saying: If you don’t forward this 8 crows will bomb your car in the next 8 minutes, etc.
Intimidation in the mail. It is that time of year again. Every veterans charity is out to get their share of the charity market. I get address labels, Christmas cards etc. If I don’t answer, I get a follow up letter, Dear Jack, Did you get the labels I sent you, I did not hear from you!
Yep, he is right. I have groups I donate to and I will probably stick to them.
Anyway do you feel obligated when the e-mail ends with: If you are a true (American/Christian/Republican/Democrat, etc) you will forward this.
Thanks for reading this. Now if you forward this to ten friends in ten minutes, you will receive ten dollars in the next ten days. (Results may vary according to your faith in the above statement, Good luck!)
. In my many years I have come to a conclusion that one useless man is a shame, two is a law firm and
three or more is a congress.
-- John Adams
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