Posted by sean on August 23, 2004 at 9:39 am in Geek Stuff with No Comments



It’s a mystery to me how e-mail spammers think you’d be interested in their products. Normally my e-mail filter is very good and I never get any junk mail, although today I received an e-mail from a gardening company (I have ****ed out the name as I’m not giving them free advertising) selling books on how to make that area full of dirt at the back of hour house look nice.

Whether you’re wondering what to do with the jungle out the back or have already achieved nirvana with nature these three strapping lads can still teach you a trick or two! From the soothing voice of Gardener’s World, Monty Don, comes an all-encompassing guide to all things green… BLAH BLAH BLAH BLAH -BOLLOCKS!

The only interesting thing I picked up from the e-mail was who it was from.
“Hi Sean, Clare here, your ********* **** Secretary,”

I never knew I had a secretary. I have e-mailed her back at the address providing telling her to make me a cup of coffee and ask if she has taken my answer phone messages.

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