is trying to get into contact with people who have bought
or are intending to buy things on the internet after they
were approached exclusively through the method of unsolicited
not including any Nigerians whose father has died, or employees
of international banks who need your bank account to put
the money into, not that sort of spam which is all definitely
a rip off.
are talking about emails offering you Viagra at cheap prices,
or any kind of medical procedures, or business ideas to
make you rich, that sort of thing.
are interested in this because we have just received a spam
that said that 70% of USA internet users have bought things
from unsolicited email spam. We just don't believe it, but
if they are right we would love to make a documentary on
these people. It would be hilarious.
on the response we intend to make a straight to internet
documentary featuring views from these people.
we will ask include:
(/if) you received the items, were they the spam-advertised
things you expected?
anything else strange happen in your bank account after
your bought the items?
you have to call the police? FBI? United Nations? at any
are we being too cynical and it all went just peachy and
you would recommend replying to spam email from people
you have never heard of working for companies that you
have never heard of in countries you have never heard
will read all emails but reserves the right to use only
either the sexiest, stupidest or funniest people, if any
at all. The documentary, if it is decided to make it, will
not necessarily attempt to offer viewers a balanced view,
and those who take part may suffer public humiliation because
of it. If you take part in this documentary you do so at
your own risk and theVoiceofReason.com
and its documentary arm (theVoiceofReason.com Cayman Islands
Inc) will demand that you sign a full release prior to filming
of the documentary. We may require you to undergo lie detection,
psychological analysis and electric shock therapy to satisfy
ourselves of your genuineness. Owners of spam email marketing
companies should not apply because your email will be automatically
shredded by our spam filters.