IVP - Strangely Dim - Spam of the Year Recap

September 22, 2005

Spam of the Year Recap

I opened my e-mail today to discover I had 140 new messages, 100 of which were posts to Strangely Dim, all of which were posts to "Spam of the Year," all of which were, not surprisingly, spam.

One of those 140 messages, however, was from new friend and sequential art guru George Macas, directing me to a clever web page that I hope you'll enjoy. In the meantime, I have lots of spam to purge.

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Posted by Dave Zimmerman at September 22, 2005 8:33 AM Bookmark and Share


heh. nice link!

Comment by: Macon "I'm Not Spam" Stokes at September 22, 2005 10:47 AM

Dave, any word on the National Youth Workers Convention? Also, I haven't recieved the Torch yet. You said you sent it awhile back, if you didn't that's ok, i was jst wondering if i should be worried.

Comment by: Damon at September 23, 2005 9:40 AM

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