I usually don't read junkmail before sending it to the data-afterlife (Hell, I hope), but this one I found amusing and "oddly" it reminded me of certain relevant personalities involved in the C/E debate. Of course, there is no copyright notice, no sign of attribution in the message, and their phone number I choose not to add because there is no way I would even risk helping these people. Here are the highlights, anyway:
Obtain a prosperous future, money earning power, and the admiration of all.
Diplomas from prestigious non-accredited universities....
No one is turned down.
[This message has been edited by gene90 (edited 01-10-2001).]
That looks identical to the email I received a couple weeks ago, but what made it funny was that earlier that day I had sent a request for a course to my boss. I sent him a copy with the note, "Can you believe it? They have the nerve to charge $2500 for that course, while I can get an entire degree for only $50. I expect a raise after I get my diploma.
[This message has been edited by Percipient (edited 01-11-2001).]
Not only can you obtain technical degrees, but apparently you can become a minister as well. From my swbell account where I only receive SPAM and various people trying to get me to accept Jesus Christ since I'm a Godless evolutionist. Would this make me equivalent to Kent Hovind?
To: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: From: Christian Fellowship Ministries Date: Sun, 11 Feb 2001 18:44:07 -0800
Hi, My name is Pastor Steven Bradley. I am the Senior Pastor of Christian Fellowship Ministries. I would like to encourage you to take a look at our web site. Bob Roby at United in Christ gave me your name he thought you might like this site.