TELECOM Digest OnLine - Sorted: Last Laugh! Announcement For Our [Sick] Members

Last Laugh! Announcement For Our [Sick] Members
Wed, 16 Nov 2005 09:40:09 -0500 (EST)

[TELECOM Digest Editor's Note: The words/phrases in [brackets] are
my editorial comments to this piece of spam trash which showed up
in spam mail today. Mr. 'xiyalun' is actually an employee of the
United States Postal Disservice, working out of that infamous
kiddie porn factory the Postal Disservice operates in South Florida.
Now I can see why they have to raise postage prices two cents in
January. It costs a lot of money to manuafacture and fill these
orders. PAT]

We created the hardlolita site and the PURE C H I L D P O R N O site.
In our memberzone we have 1000 exclusive hardcore photos with little, tasty
children and over 300 Megabytes of high quality hardcore C P videos.

[I can remember the time a guy from FBI out of Wichita said to me in a
self-righteous tone of voice, "oh, spammers do not send kiddie porn

By joining our [sick] site, you'll no longer have to search for other
cp sites on the net. You will find MORE ABSOLUTELY FRESH content If
you was our [sick] member. We care about our [sick] members. Often
updates. Friendly support. All in ONE [sick] site!

If you want to receive a private link to our site - just reply to this message
with your login name or send your request (with login name)
to this [sick] email:

[TELECOM Digest Editor's Note: You bet we will! We all want to have
our names and email addresses added to the Postal Disservice mailing
list for FBI prosecution. Oh, by the way, Mr. Zipp, how have things
been going there, with all the hurricanes and stuff this past
summer. Is it true Katrina or Wilma blew away your factory building
and you had to construct a new place. Is that the reason postage rates
are going up in January, 2006? PAT]

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