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August 30, 2014

BECAUSE WE NEED MORE WAYS TO GET THEM

Could we soon send emails 'telepathically'?

(Thanks to Another Ralph)

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What a great idea! Who wouldn't want to be sitting in a meeting at work when they suddenly get a telepathic email about penis enlargement pills? Hopefully they'll come up with a telepathic spam filter.

Is the spellcheck going to be internal or external? I can't even spell "Thiruvananthapuram" on a keyboard; there's no way I could do that with just my brain. And how the hell do you copy and paste? Is there an app for that you can implant?

You've got pathetic mail from a telepathic male.

Wasn't there a Mel Gibson movie about telepathic male?

Dearest One

I feel quite safe dealing with you through this medium (Internet) has been greatly abused, I choose to reach you through it because it still remains the fastest, surest and most secured medium of communication.I know that this mail will come to you as a surprise as we have never met before, but still i will want you to take me like a friend, and glance through my short letter .
I am Promise, 18yrs from Ghana,the only child of Late Mr Robert who was murdered alongside my mother and only brother last year by rebels. I am Presently in an orphanage because of wickedness of uncle's and relatives.
Before his death he had a domicillary account here, up to the tune of (Five Million Five Hundred Thousand US dollars) . Please I need your assistance to get this money transferred to you for my education, investment and to be my guardian before my uncles will get hold of me and the money. I shall forward to you with the necessary documents on confirmation of your acceptance to assist me for the transfer of the money to you.

Didn't these very pyschic telepathic emails doom the
"lost" continents of Atlantis and Mu?

When will we ever learn?

PS There was a Keifer Sutherland TV show about a
telepathic and autistic (and math genius) young boy called "Touch". I liked it, but of course anything good never lasts long on Fox, 24 being the arguable exception.

Dear Another Ralph, the e-mail you got from "Promise" in Ghana has to be a fake. Everybody knows that the real e-mails like this come from Nigeria.

So a total error rate of 15% on a message "hola" would turn the message into "help"?

I know a number of people who have this down pat, without the equipment. It's even worse if they tell the Judge about.....

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