January 2, 2004

Interesting E-Mails.

Filed under: Uncategorized — Jim @ 9:10 pm

I get some interesting e-mails:

Someone named Susan Parra sent me one with the subject being “Re: YTTROGW, and fell alseep.”

Then there is the one from a person named Elizabeth Lucero. She wrote me about “Re: off die hilltop me te.”

Good ol’ Wilbur Pagan must have thought I was dying to read his e-mail about “Re: itself never bodes frk.”

On December 23rd, I was really glad to receive the reminder from Rufus Greene that “Christmas is near…ticzbbtxcksutaozrj.” Good thing too, because I had thought that Christmas is near..biczbbtxcksutaorzj. Thanks, Rufus.



  1. These e-mails are from spammers or e-mail address harvesters.

    The strange spelling and characters in the subject are meant to defeat anti-spam filters.

    E-mails like this often containg a html code to load an image file from a remote site, but the image file is a zero or one pixel sized image that you never see, but which will tell the site owner he has found a valid e-mail address because that “ticzbbtxcksutaozrj” key in the subject is unique to the e-mail sent to you.

    Because of these techniques I use an e-mail program that has the option to block loading of remote images, which is not of course from Microsoft (Mozilla Thunderbird).

    I also try not to post my e-mail address in harvestable form.


    Comment by Jim — February 3, 2004 @ 1:28 am

  2. please i want some interesting articles please

    Comment by Rotimi — January 9, 2005 @ 2:55 pm

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