Archive for October 18th, 2006

Rory Snow wrote:

Dear Rory?
 
I’m sorry but I’m confused…I’m not sure if you are Rory or were sending Rory an email…or perhaps you’re both Rory…but I’m not, I have never been to "the New York" to have the pleasure of deciding if I like it.
 
Incidentally, the information you sent to Rory (you didn’t include any kind of confidentiality notice, so I’ll read it) sounds like insider trading…you are being naughty and when the authorities find out, you will be punished for doing the naughty deeds which you seem to be doing.
 
Goodbye Rory…or whatever your name is.
 
Samuel

 

On Wed, 18 Oct 2006 00:50:39 +0480, Rory Snow <ttdecwcvvb@americantechnet.com> wrote:
hi Rory i hope this is your mailbox.
I was glad to see you the other day. I expect you are actually had like the  New York.
So much so much happening all the time, lots of great opportunities.
And speaking of opportunities, the deal I was speaking you about yesterday embraces a company
called Tex-Homa (TXHE).
It’s already growing up, but the big information isn’t even
out yet, so there’s still time. I have got this shares already and made
2000. I advise you to do the same today.

Hope this helps you out.  I’ll see you this weekend.
Yours Rory Snow

4 comments October 18th, 2006 at 12:30pm

Rain Rain Rain

Good Morning Lawsie,

I’m sure you’ll be pleased to know that we had a bit of a downpour not long ago here in Canberra…only problem…the torrent of water travelling through the storm water system will run away…surely we could process at least some of the storm water for human consumption…a catchment area the size of Canberra makes a bit of sense to me.

Regards,
Samuel Gordon-Stewart
Canberra

2 comments October 18th, 2006 at 10:00am


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