Like most people, I'm not in the least bit a fan of spam email and usually just skim through messages to determine if they're spam and delete accordingly. This morning I got the following spam message that made me laugh:

Subject: the autumn darkness
Date: Thu, 14 Apr 2005 20:24:55 -0500
From: Frieda Shirley
Reply-To: Frieda Shirley
Organization: comprehensible.bigot
To: Colin.Evans@Sun.COM

Attention Client:

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http://<deleted>

Thank You and Play Safe
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Disclaimer-
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Firstly, how the hell did I get this when it wasn't even addressed to me. The thing that made me laugh was the sign off followed by the disclaimer.