Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Off-Topic Chat' started by Texas-Gun-Man, Sep 24, 2008.
This is a little something I got from my brother-in-law today.
Thanks to the flux capacitor...we just went back to 1999!! According to Snopes, it's true, and Mr. Neugent was sent an apology letter. The employee was terminated.
My apologies didn't know it was that old. Moderators please delete.
Aint no thing! Lets look at it this way, almost 10 years later and ABC still has an agenda
There is a lesson to be learned from the OP. Two key phrases within the post should immediately tip us off that something isn't quite right with the message. For simplicity and clarity, I'll paraphrase:
"I got this in an email today."
"Forward this email to everyone you know." (Orig: This is one we should definitely pass along.)
Whenever you see the first phase in a forum post, your bs filters should activate.
Whenever you see the second phrase in an email you should immediately question the veracity. This second phrase usually means > 98% probability that it ain't so.
Haha, agreed! By default, if I EVER hear statements like that in emails I don't even bother reading further as you can be assured it is BS. I say let people live there lives. Me I mind my own business as I have enough crap to worry about. lol