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Lesson Plans


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henry (taylorh)
Mon, 05 May 1997 06:27:15 -0700 (MST)

Something of the storey of this fraudulent chain letter can be checked
out at the American Cancer Society.

Friends, these internet chain letters are themselves types of cancers and
viruses. We've all passed them on when we were young and new on the
internet so I don't meen to cast aspersions. I'd just like to ask people
inclined to pass on chain letters to visit their favorite search enginf
before hitting the send button.

In this case, I went to

and in the search line I wrote "jessica mydek"; that's all. Then I
searched and found many pages of reports on this particular letter.
All I'd ask is that an attempt to verify is made BEFORE sending on any
mail asking you to send copies to everyone you know or "ten other people".

Check it out before giving into that very very human desire to help
others with a warning or with personal cooperation.

I imagine that there MUST be some valid letters circulating but...