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They also can't seem to mask out their address correctly. That's exactly as it appeared in the mail (that I got twice within an hour of each other). The thing that sucks is that this sloppy half assed work will be rewarded by so many people who don't apply any critical thinking whatsoever to what lands in their inbox. These are the same people who forward you fake scam emails and notices about viruses that don't exist. I don't get it much from friends or anything - but random participants from studies do tend to keep me in their address book and send along to me all those "this is really important" mails. What kills me is that most of the time those are the people who point out that none of their friends know anything about computers and that they are the go to guy/gal for Internet and computer related know how within their circle.
I sometimes think it's probably a good thing that my mom is scared of using the computer.