Date: Thu, 17 Jan 2002 15:26:59 GMT
Reply-To: "Bruce F. Gilsen" <bruce.gilsen@FRB.GOV>
Sender: "SAS(r) Discussion" <SAS-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU>
From: "Bruce F. Gilsen" <bruce.gilsen@FRB.GOV>
Organization: Federal Reserve Board, Wash, DC
Subject: Re: Spammed?
What could be so hush-hush about that job? They could tell you, but
then they'd have to kill you.
I also am not subscribed to sas-l, but I read it as a newsgroup and
post once in a while and got 3 copies of the spam at 2 different
speaking only for myself (and my fantasy baseball team)
In article <3C45AF98.email@example.com>, Roger Lustig <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> I'm not subscribed to SAS-L, and never have been. I read the newsgroup.
> And, yes, I got spammed by Visby at both addresses I've posted from in
> recent years.
> Last month I got the same spam from "David Lewis (Extension 34)",
> clearly just a few desks over in the spamatorium.
> Now, what could be so hush-hush about that job, I wonder?
> Fehd, Ronald J. wrote:
> >>From: Walter Scott [mailto:Walter.Scott@STATE.TN.US]
> >>... Or, possibly, he just got one or more weeks folders
> >>from the archives and pulled addresses from the headers.
> >> Is there that big a demand for SAS Administrators that
> >>someone would go to that trouble? Why not just post to the
> >>list? Doesn't make a lot of sense.
> > ah, yes, the ClueLess.
> > I got this one, too.
> > The most famous story I remember was a head-hunter looking for folks with
> > MARCOS
> > experience.
> > The specs did not include 'good poofreading skills';
> > go figure.
> > Ron Fehd the macros maven CDC Atlanta GA USA RJF2@cdc.gov
> > ..............^^^^^^
> > Bureaucracy at its worst is better than bureaucracy at its best
> > -- Plato, in Beetle Bailey comic strip, 1985Mar01