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Subject: MSN is Going 

No attachment count (see below).
 

Dear Hotmail User,

Because of the sudden rush of people signing up to

Hotmail,it has come to our attention that we are vastly

running

out of resources. So, within a month's time, anyone who

does not

receive this email with the exact subject heading, will be

deleted off our server.Please forward this email so that

we know

you are still using this account.

WARNING WARNING

We want to find out which users are actually using their

Hotmail

accounts. So if you are using your account, please pass

this

e-mail to every Hotmail user that you can and if you do

not pass

this letter to anyone we will delete your account.

 

 

From Mr. Jon Henerd

Hotmail Admin. Dept.

Our hotmail system is getting to crowded!! We need you to forward this to at least 20 people. I know this seems like a large number, but we need to find out who is really using their account. If you do not send this to at least 10 Hotmail members, we will delete your account. Sorry for this inconvenience.
 

Sincerely, Director of Hotmail Services

Aaron Lopez

Please do this! Some of my friends have already gotten deleted and you aren't allowed to send it back to the person who sent it to you!!!

 Jo-Ann C

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Amazingly, the attachment count was TOO BIG to screenshot.  It went up to 6.1.10.1 and even then there was a list of names that filled up more than half the e-mail.  That is how truly pathetic these people are.
 
See, obviously they didn't catch that little diddy in the sign-up process.  The one that said, "If this account is inactive for more than thirty days, it will be deleted."  I'm sorry, but I can't rip on this e-mail because it does it's own fair share of making itself look incredibly stupid.  However, it's managed to chuck my faith in humanity to an all-time low.  I'm afraid I'll have to pack up and ship myself to some very, very remote place where no human beings will find me.

I shouldn't be worried about copyright.  I should be packing up food and such for my transition into hermit-like living conditions.  But this is still me.