We visit Health Sciences Institute once more after their “Hillary Meltdown” “exposé” “message”. Now they’re back and from the looks of it, defaming China. Furthermore, who is “blocking” these “shocking” videos?
Even Navi is calling shenanigans.
This one’s just chock full o’ fun! I see the FROM field and immediately think of She-Ra. At least this spam has something of a unique template, even if that includes a virus posing as as implausibly small video clip. The fanart piece is something I found on DeviantArt and attached after coloring it. Hope you don’t mind.
The crackpots at an address in California claim to have discovered free energy or something of the sort. Can a “super simple blueprint” reduce your electric bill to zero? Of course not. Unless these people are sitting on some otherwise unknown alien technology.
So unless the blueprints just say “Cover your roof and every last square foot of your yard in solar panels,” I ain’t buying it. Wouldn’t buy it if they really did say that either. ‘Cause I can’t afford that many solar panels.
I’ve been a lurker on The Escapist’s message boards for near ten years now (though I do have a three-digit post count there). It pains me to see it get overrun by spambots, but their posting and account creation policies didn’t do them any favors.
Any usernames not redacted belong to spambots, only innocent forumites get their names redacted. No other markups here, this image is simply to be pitied.
Simple! Disguise it as something completely unrelated and likely to angry up the blood! A bit of research traced this email back to Health Sciences Institute, trying to sell some sort of “miracle” medicine. What Hillary Clinton has to do with it would make poor Louis Del Grande’s head explode again.
Poor guy already looks like he’s in pain.
Prescription drugs can be ludicrously expensive; everybody knows that. But surely there are better ways to get them affordably. And surely these ways include tables formatted by someone who knows how to align elements. Also, advertisements for prescriptions should NOT use the word “meds.”
PS: Female Viagra is still known as filbanserin. Female Cialis is still tadalafil (and the jury is still out on its efficacy, I believe).