About a week ago, I received the following e-mail (with no subject line no less):
DO YOU HAVE GREYS ANATOMY SEASON 4 THE COMPLETE SEASON AVAILABLE AND HOW
The all-caps e-mail message. I haven’t received one of those in a long time. We’re almost ten years into the new century. E-mail etiquette is now widely known, at least it should be. Sending a message all in caps means, of course, that you’re shouting. Had Jessica been mad at me, then all caps would have been appropriate. I did not think, however, that Jessica really intended to yell her request for Grey’s Anatomy Season 4.
Anyways, I do not know Jessica if you’re wondering. You might also be wondering why she’s asking me for Grey’s Anatomy Season 4. It probably has something to do with the fact I have a few pages on this site about bootleg DVDs. Keep in mind, no where does it state nor imply that I make, distribute, import, or conjure up bootleg DVDs. I simply show how some bootleg DVDs have inferior image quality compared to the real thing.
Over the years, I received about three or four of these types of messages. Now that torrents are all the rage, there’s really no reason to be looking for bootleg DVDs.
By the way, I looked up Jessica’s e-mail address domain. It looks like she lives in or near Atlanta. Knowing that isn’t really relevant to this post but it sure adds to the word count.
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This happens quite a bit in MMO’s I find and usually by those 18 and under. I so hate it and have one repeat offender of this on my ignore list. The other is someone we “run with” and so I just tell him to stfu when he slips.