Re: [joe-frank-list] Fwd: «Maybe you ought to just toss it and start again from scratch. If a =?WINDOWS-1252?Q?nyone_could_do_it, _you_could._Leave_your_agency?= =?WINDOWS-1252?Q?, _and_take_your_time_paying_back_what_you_owe.=BB?=
harold.johnson at gmail.com
Sat Apr 26 11:21:25 PDT 2008
Yeah, I get those all the time. Some of that spam is getting to be
downright poetic. Well, nearly so.
On Sat, Apr 26, 2008 at 5:43 AM, Rod Ollerenshaw
<rodollerenshaw at gmail.com> wrote:
> i googled "by all accounts, the size of a Volvo station wagon." and came up
> with this:
> On Sat, Apr 26, 2008 at 4:26 AM, <billmilosz at aol.com> wrote:
> > I got this email. I assume it's spam of some kind, but I have yet to see
> exactly how it works- no mention of viagra, of mortgages, of sexy girl
> > It reminds me of a section of a Joe Frank radio piece. I can imagine
> hearing this read by an actress though a filter to sound like telephone
> audio, with a foreboding electronic drone music bed........
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Nichole <mmco445eaca at gmail.com>
> > To: billmilosz at aol.com
> > Sent: Fri, 25 Apr 2008 7:29 am
> > Subject: «Maybe you ought to just toss it and start again from scratch. If
> anyone could do it, you could. Leave your agency, and take your time paying
> back what you owe.»
> > I told him I didn't know. I hadn't thought that far.
> It's the phone, I
> «You have a point,» I said.
> «Exactly. I don't understand,» I said.
> «But let's get this straight. Yuki's
> still a child and she's been hurt.
> Someone needs to protect her. It's a lot of
> trouble, but somebody's got to
> do it. That's responsibility. Can't you
> understand that?»
> «Maybe it's
> because after all this time I think that really good songs—or really
> anything—they're hard to find,» I said. «Like if you listen to the radio
> for a whole hour, there's maybe one decent song. The rest is mass-produced
> garbage. But back then I never thought about it, and it was great just
> listening. Didn't matter what it was. I was a kid. I was in love. And when
> you're a kid you can relate to anything, even if it's silly. Am I making
> to you?»
> «It was a huge alligator, by all accounts, the size of a
> Volvo station wagon. It
> came flying through the skylight, shattering glass
> everywhere, and it swallowed
> the two girls in one bite. Then it had half a
> potted palm for dessert. I was
> wondering if the creature was still at
> large. Do you think it's safe to go out?»
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