I remember one of the messages started with,"Lonely Russian women's gallery." Naturally I assumed the women had taken up the arts. I was curious if they were showing their paintings or perhaps their photography until another possibility came to mind.
himself/herself in that way. The FBI has been kind enough to send me e-mails assuring me that the other e-mails offering money are legit. I guess the FBI has nothing more important to do than to check the e-mail addressed to me. If you know any of the people offering me money, please let them know I will not answer such e-mail. They can just stop by the house and drop the money off. I wonder what the tax consequences of receiving a few million are.
new you fill in the blank. Can’t the senders get together and decide if I need money or if I have so much that I can splurge? Am I supposed to buy stuff until I run out of money and then get a loan? Or should I get a loan first in order to buy the wonders I am offered?
On occasion I get messages warning me that embarrassing material about me has been posted on the web. I don't ever reply because I am essentially a boring person. If what I do is worth notice, there must be people with a whole lot of empty hours on their hands.
facilitate “discrete affairs with married women.” I have a sneaking suspicion the sender does not include my wife in that group of married women. As far as I know, Judy is not interested in a discrete affair. I believe we’re already discrete enough.