Thank you for (still) not learning to make the carpet match the drapes.
I was idly scrolling through my junkmail folder this evening (looking for more entertaining Japanese spam…) and came across the following:
Subject: Cute dogs massacred in Texas
Alex Rodriguez hot steamy adulterous pics with Madonna
Using Opera's revolutionary e-mail client: http://(removed)
I understand trying to trick people into reading your message with a “newsworthy” subject line, but you really ought to try to make the body match, or you’ll lose that precious click-through (necessary to infect Windows boxes with your Russian botnet code).
By the way, thanks for sending out English-language spam encoded in KOI8-R; it’s a useful clue for anti-spam tools.
[Update: no, seriously, you’re killing me here. Subject: “Charred bodies found near White House”, Body: “Have a break, have a Kit Kat - free online chocolate bar giveaways”. Also, Subject: “Hilary Clinton vows revenge”, Body: “The best places to shag in the wild, all listed right here.” Do. Not. Want.
By the way, I see Charter Cable still isn’t blocking outgoing SMTP]