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Came across this site after I started receiving spam from them, pasted below is the email I sent back:

Congratulations. You have the honour of being the bastard to lead all bastards for today, November the 18th in the good year 2006.

Lets run through what you’ve done to have this award bestowed upon your filthy shoulders:

1. You send me unsolicited spam mail. But worse than that, presumably you have targeted me because you know that in some way I am somewhat musical, and you know that I am potentially one of your customers.

2. You send said email, not to the email address of my band even, but to my business address, which as far as I’m aware, is not listed anywhere related to my musical stuff, at least where someone of your ilk would have rightful access to it.

3. I’m already pretty angered by now, maybe I should blame my spam filter not picking up your email as bullshit, but whatever, you’ll do. So I click through to ‘your’ website, trying to decipher the exact nature of your spam, whether it is in fact targeted, or just some piece of software mining email addresses and sending this shit to everyone.

4. Hold on, wait a minute. What flickr are launching a band service? methinksnot. So not only are you a spammer, but you also have no qualms about stealing property belonging to the yahoo! corporation, and passing it off (song and fucking verse, see what I did there?) as your own.

You, my in-every-way-inferior not-fit-to-walk-this-good-earth friend, are scum. I hope you know that, and I hope your fucking mother knows that, because lord, she can’t be proud of you, stealing the time and good work of other people for your own personal gain. I don’t have a definitive answer on the whole afterlife debate, but you sir, should there be pearly gates, a giant elevator and an underworld, can probably guess which direction you’ll be heading in when you are struck down.

How long did you think you would go before you emailed someone who wouldn’t just delete your email and not think about it?

Just FYI, I’ve given the fine folks over at flickr the details of your site, I’ve taken ample screenshots detailing the blatant infringement of copyright, I hope you get whats coming to you.

Just because the contents of a site are freely viewable, doesn’t mean you can just take them. Would you walk into a car showroom and drive off in a £50,000 car, just because the keys are in it? Wait, I’m asking questions about morals and ethics to a man who is sending junk email, forgive my stupidity, but know that it is nowhere near as apparent as yours, you worthless piece of shit.

Regards
Stuart Frisby

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Came across this site after I started receiving spam from them, pasted below is the email I sent back:

Congratulations. You have the honour of being the bastard to lead all bastards for today, November the 18th in the good year 2006.

Lets run through what you’ve done to have this award bestowed upon your filthy shoulders:

1. You send me unsolicited spam mail. But worse than that, presumably you have targeted me because you know that in some way I am somewhat musical, and you know that I am potentially one of your customers.

2. You send said email, not to the email address of my band even, but to my business address, which as far as I’m aware, is not listed anywhere related to my musical stuff, at least where someone of your ilk would have rightful access to it.

3. I’m already pretty angered by now, maybe I should blame my spam filter not picking up your email as bullshit, but whatever, you’ll do. So I click through to ‘your’ website, trying to decipher the exact nature of your spam, whether it is in fact targeted, or just some piece of software mining email addresses and sending this shit to everyone.

4. Hold on, wait a minute. What flickr are launching a band service? methinksnot. So not only are you a spammer, but you also have no qualms about stealing property belonging to the yahoo! corporation, and passing it off (song and fucking verse, see what I did there?) as your own.

You, my in-every-way-inferior not-fit-to-walk-this-good-earth friend, are scum. I hope you know that, and I hope your fucking mother knows that, because lord, she can’t be proud of you, stealing the time and good work of other people for your own personal gain. I don’t have a definitive answer on the whole afterlife debate, but you sir, should there be pearly gates, a giant elevator and an underworld, can probably guess which direction you’ll be heading in when you are struck down.

How long did you think you would go before you emailed someone who wouldn’t just delete your email and not think about it?

Just FYI, I’ve given the fine folks over at flickr the details of your site, I’ve taken ample screenshots detailing the blatant infringement of copyright, I hope you get whats coming to you.

Just because the contents of a site are freely viewable, doesn’t mean you can just take them. Would you walk into a car showroom and drive off in a £50,000 car, just because the keys are in it? Wait, I’m asking questions about morals and ethics to a man who is sending junk email, forgive my stupidity, but know that it is nowhere near as apparent as yours, you worthless piece of shit.

Regards
Stuart Frisby

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