Bill 602P

I received an email today from a friend of mine about “Bill 602P.” This is the email currently circulating about the USPS charging 5 cents per email.

For those of you who didn’t already know, this is a hoax. Below are some links you may find useful to prove this point beyond rebuttal, IMHO."602P"&origin=0&site_name=Jeeves&metasearch=yes&ads=

As you can clearly see by clicking on the links (I refuse to copy the articles into this message) this is a complete and utter hoax.

Anyone else receive this type of email?


another pointless response from me today. Why do I do it? I just don’t fucking know.

I believe it’s a cry for help, oldscratch.

As to the OP, my friends know me better than to send me those things anymore. :smiley:

Yer pal,

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Yeah, I generally prefer removing the spleen of whoever sends me one of those even after being warned :slight_smile:

Of course, my ex-GF’s mother still forwards these things to me. I don’t understand it; it’s been over a year now, and she knew we broke up right away. And she never liked me anyway. Wait a minute, I * do * understand it.

Oh, yeah. I got this email from an uncle who believes every UL that crosses his email address.

I sent the idiot links to to the US Senate and House and told him to find the congressman sponsoring the bill and he STILL wouldn’t believe it was a hoax.

There’s another version of this floating around that says it’s a Canadian bill.