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SubjectRe: Problem with module versioning in 2.4.0
On Wed, 10 Jan 2001, Jeremy Huddleston wrote:

O - K then. Nice sig. Too bad that it is at least as big as
most spam mailings themselves. Instead of preventing spam,
all you're doing is contributing to it.

I just delete spam now as it is easiest most of the time.
However fortunately, the below sig comes from a static and easily
procmailable address.

One more note is that no law of California, nor anywhre else
means jack shit 50 meters away from your keyboard, so it is all
just a waste of bandwidth.


>---- A notice to spammers ----
>Unsolicited electronic mail advertisements to my email address is
>strictly prohibited. Pursuant to California Business and Professions
>Code, Section 17538.45, senders of unsolicited electronic mail
>advertisements to me may be subject to a civil penalty of $50 per
>message plus attorney's fees.
[SNIP long sig]


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Mike A. Harris - Linux advocate - Free Software advocate
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Views expressed are my own, not necessarily shared by my employer.
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