Here there be monsters (socratic) wrote,
Here there be monsters
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A test for serious mental deficiency

From time to time I receive emails with subject lines like "Joshua no last night" or something else equally comprehensible. If I open these emails I usually see an exhortation to buy something, often a stock.

How could this POSSIBLY work?

Does anyone take financial advice from strangers on the internet? IF people do, do any of them take advice from strangers who have ALREADY DELIBERATELY MISLED THEM?

If so...isn't that proof of severe retardation? If you are taking financial pointers from a random person on the internet who you KNOW has already lied to you, you should not legally be in charge of your own money. Period.

I just can't for the life of me figure out how this could be anything but a spectacular waste of time (both the spammers' and spammees')
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