More Internet-Based News from the L.A. Times
I’m told that the L.A. Times reporter who believed an April Fool’s press release she saw on the Internet has a new blockbuster series coming out: “How to Make Big Bucks Responding to Unsolicited E-Mails from Nigerians.”
P.S. Note for the reality-challenged: this post is not for real. Neither are those e-mail offers from Nigeria.
I want me one of them federal subsidies for dogs. I got four what needs ’em.
I shouldn’t be sarcastic like that – the LA Times might publish it and say a governor wrote it.Kathy (59cee4) — 12/29/2005 @ 2:06 pm
What about the offers from South Africa?……the people SEEM nice……Flap (cc77c4) — 12/29/2005 @ 6:34 pm
I have devised an absolutely foolproof method for capturing wild Road Runners. All I need are some gutsy venture capitalists to invest.Wile E. Coyote (ae2ee4) — 12/29/2005 @ 8:33 pm
I trust your company name is Acme?Dana (3e4784) — 12/30/2005 @ 8:45 am
I read somewhere a guy who actually got $50 out of a Nigerian, something about needing a good faith deposit in Nigerian currency to open his account to a Nigerian deposit.Walter E. Wallis (3be1e5) — 12/30/2005 @ 7:18 pm
are you from Acme?forextrader (b79066) — 9/17/2006 @ 8:58 am