ian at liontrax.com
Tue Jan 20 11:32:13 EST 2004
Lol... I really appreciated that!
From: David Krider [mailto:david at davidkrider.com]
Sent: Tuesday, January 20, 2004 5:03 AM
To: bf1942 at icculus.org
Subject: Re: [bf1942] Hi
On Mon, 2004-01-19 at 14:39, cracka wrote:
> How do I unsubscribe?
Simply write the word "unsubscribe" on the back of a hundred dollar bill
and send it to:
icculus.org Unsubscription Service
1 St Francis Place #5209
San Francisco, CA 94107
and we will be happy to send you the appropriate forms. Once you receive
the forms, you will be able to order an authorization key for
downloading the special icculus.org unsubscription software. Once your
key arrives in the mail, simply go to the icculus.org unsubscription web
page and fill in your key along with appropriate personal information.
In addition to the disclaimer that your home address and e-mail will be
given to targeted advertising groups across the nation, there are some
limitations to the availability of the icculus.org unsubscription
software. First, the software contains encryption, so it cannot be
downloaded by someone living outside of the continental US (our
sophisticated server will check your address for proof of this). Second,
the software contains certain algorithms that are patented under US
patent law, so it cannot be downloaded by someone living in the United
States (our sophisticated server will check your address for proof of
Once you have received the software, simply refer to the extensive
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You should be able to unsubscribe from any icculus.org mailing list
version 2.3 or prior (note: a patch for the current 4.3 icculus.org list
is in the works, and should be available by Christmas 1999! On a similar
note, the new 5.0 icculus.org list should be in operation by October
In addition to unsubscribing you from the mailing list, you will also
receive (as our gift to you for a mere additional $4.99) a
strontium-plated icculus.org yoyo, complete with 30-page instruction
booklet and lead-lined asbestos oven mitt! Note that this is not
commonly available in the United States due to federal regulations, but
it is possible through the icculus.org rider in the latest CDA bill!
Thought it might provide a laugh to someone who hadn't seen it before.
This is blatantly ripped off from:
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