wulfman wulfman at
Sun May 29 20:17:24 CDT 2016

You either have a stick up your ass, are too stupid to know the
difference between a malware link and a real link OR

Now go back to your worrying about the 0.00001% of links that contain

On 5/29/2016 5:48 PM, Fred Cisin wrote:
>>> Did you have anything to say about it?
>>> Or are you just dumping a URL on us?
> On Sun, 29 May 2016, Evan Koblentz wrote:
>> Oh come on. He didn't do anything wrong. The link is clearly on-topic
>> and directly relevant to our hobby.
>> Yeesh.
> 1) It was formatted as a malware offer, not as a discussion item,
> with NO apparent human generated content.
> Am I the only one here who receives emails that consist of malware links?
> 2) I am not reading my email in a web browser.  It is not much
> difficulty to copy the URL into a browser, but I'd like a mention of
> what it is before being told to "go there".
> It only takes a few words to explain why we would be interested in it,
> and some sign that it is from our friend, not a bot generated spoof to
> get people to a hijacked site.   (ransomware upped the stakes on such
> things)

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