Monday, April 02, 2007

Spam, spam, spam, spam

Do you think that sometimes the spammers get things wrong on purpose?
I've had a couple of new ones recently, that stand out from the "cheAp s0ftware" and "be more than other men" [ha!] and "Urgent! Next of Kin!!" emails; the best is:
Alexander Gonzalez World Wide Lootery agent
Isn't that just perfect for a phishing scam?

The Title? Monty Python spam song: audio files, text of the skit and song, or the video - Y*uTube or G**gle Video
Picture? From the homepage of a physicist at the University of Pennsylvania (his choice of cartoon!)