Baron von Skippy on 1 Aug 2003 01:20:11 -0000

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Re: [spoon-discuss] Re: [Spoon-business] Speaking of mayhem...

>>Did my Imaginary Friends scam predate you?  Somehow I thought you were 
>>around longer than that.  I created 20-some imaginary friends and had them 
>>all vote in favor of a proposal that declared me the winner.  Dave's 
>>reaction, a few hours before the end of voting, was, "Okay, but I'll need 
>>an email address for each one."  Hanfway through frantically creating 
>>Yahoo email addresses, I decided to just appreciate the absurdity instead.
>I think that is the second attempted scams this nweek that has _already 
>been tried_ (both in the first few months, IIRC...). Perhaps we should 
>write a "History of the Great Scams of B-Nomic"... or would that just give 
>these younglings ideas?
-"Youngling?" I beg your pardon... anyway, this isn't a redo of the "imaginary friends" scamette from nweek 6. I checked. It looks a little like that, I'll admit, but there is one fundamental difference. That wasn't legal. This is. I know, it's a subtle difference, but it makes a world of difference.-

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