Gut Rumbles

November 04, 2004

get bob!

I am all for this idea, although I'm more inclined to favor the death penalty over prison.

A conman who sent millions of junk emails has been jailed for nine years in the first prosecution of its kind.

Jeremy Jaynes, 30, was found guilty, along with his sister Jessica DeGroot, of bombarding America Online customers with unsolicited mail.

Of course, now I see why those maggots do what they do.

Prosecutor Russell McGuire said Jaynes from Raleigh, North Carolina, amassed a net wealth of $24 million peddling worthless products to AOL customers.

If that kind of money can be made from spamming, nobody's going to stop it. Still, we need to throw as many spammers as possible in jail.

Maybe that would at least slow down the traffic.


Hell, AOL made millions selling a worthless product to AOL customers.

Posted by: McGehee on November 4, 2004 11:00 AM

Seeing as AOL users are already throwing there money away, they show themselves to be less than averge intelligence. Thus, they make themselves the perfect target for spammers. They own ****** fault, I say.

Posted by: Gil-galad on November 4, 2004 11:43 AM

Spammers are lower than lawyers and whale shit.

Posted by: James Old Guy on November 4, 2004 02:25 PM

Neither Death Penalty, nor Prison.

Surely you've seen my previous posts here about these loathesome dog-fuckers? (when I write "dog", I do not mean "bitch")

Bolt cuttters, Sir, bolt cutters!

Ten fingers on each spammer's hand, three joints on each spammer's finger, two verrry slow squeezy-choppies on each joint of each spammer's typing finger.

Seems like 60 or so painful events to me. God willing, let the finger-joint lopping proceed most slowly and hurtfully!

Posted by: Justthisguy on November 5, 2004 02:49 AM

Whoops, that's handS, with an S, not hand!

Hey, it's just a factor of 2!

Anybody we'd do it to probly wouldn't understand the subleties and nuances of 3rd Grade Arithmetic.

Posted by: Justthisguy on November 5, 2004 02:55 AM

Huh. I figured you for a small-gubmint guy.

Guess not . . .

Posted by: kc on November 5, 2004 05:39 PM

I dunno abt Rob, but I am a small-gummint guy. I was thinking in terms of a "spontaneous uprising of the people", sorta like tarring and feathering, except a little more so.

Yah, I know, civil penalties would be better than criminal or mob ones, but those guys have good lawyers. Maybe if we did like Torquemada's boys did, showed them the fell tools, and asked them if they wanted to pay the judgement?

Posted by: Justthisguy on November 7, 2004 12:49 PM
Post a comment

*Note: If you are commenting on an older entry, your
comment will not appear until it has been approved.
Do not resubmit it.