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Saturday, April 09, 2005

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I can’t help but post an opinion on the Jeremy Jaynes case. There seems to be lots of people happy with the understanding that a spammer has been convicted. It’s a blow against all this horrible spam! I see it as delusional tactic by some one, for some reason, I don’t know exactly what. One reason I say this is because, I get the impression the judge handed out the maximum sentence to make this law stand out as unconstitutional.

People are aggravated over porn, scams and spam, I can understand this and see a need for something to be done, even if it is only educating people. There are reasons for laws when people are really harmed, cheated and conned into very dubious circumstances. These laws and punishments need to fit the situation and the crime. However, spam can be a real pain and difficult because of quantity and technology but to make spam a felony is outrageous and absurd, IMHO!!!

Let me compare spam in terms of junk mail and ads that I’ve received for years(still do) and we all have from many companies, corporations and individuals. Now that they convicted Jeremy Jaynes until the appeal date; I would like to have felony charges brought against the president and all involved in distribution of AOL disks, software and information. These AOL disks have destroyed my life. They have come in the mail, distributed with other products and they even became sophisticated and sneaky enough that they didn’t have to use disks. AOL propaganda came with all my new computers, hardware, software purchases and downloads. I can’t take it anymore. I have nightmares and see AOL every where I go. There are commercials on TV. When I go to food establishments there are AOL disks and advertisements. When I go to shopping stores, department stores and even grocery stores there it is AOL. I see it everywhere and I am scarred for life. I don’t want to sue them for billions of dollars but deserve that for the spam in every form and fashion not just with email they have made me endure. I just want 100 year maximum felony charge brought against all whom have been involved in this AOL campaign (scandal). They know who they are the AOL CEO’s, marketers, programmers, publishers, distributors and every other company and person that has assisted with all these mass virtual and non-virtual SPAMMING campaigns. I don’t think I’m asking for much with the horror, nightmares and delusions that this company has caused me to endure. PLEASE just help create a law in the Republic of the United States of America to make these people felons. They need to be punished to the maximum extent of the law for the heinous and insidious amounts of horror they have caused so many. Please give support in creating this law and the punishments for all AOL spammers and all of their associates; so they can be held accountable for the flagrant and arrogant abuses to all Americans citizens and people around the world!

Ok, I’m done with my RANTING excerpt and back to what I normally do around here. :)

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4 Comments:

At 09 April, 2005, Blogger Kitty said...

I've considered taking all those disks and making a wall sculpture like in the commercial with Snoop and Jerry Stiller, since I've used tons underneath candles, and small sculptures, and such (to reflect the light - yadda, yadda, yadda)

anyhoo ...

I know exactly what you mean -- perhaps a class-action suit is in order.

*great post, btw*

 
At 09 April, 2005, Blogger ShoeHound said...

I agree with you completely. I am an 8th grade literature teacher and we just completed a huge project where they created their own band (creative writing) and then created a CD (they were phenomenal btw). I told them to put all those crappy AOL disks to use. Don't waste a burnable. Waste the waste! Years ago a student made a mobile with all the aol disks. I gave him an a for creativity!

Came by via Michele.

I like how you think!

 
At 09 April, 2005, Blogger Tammy said...

Works for me. AOL drives me nuts. I've long since boycotted them, I don't even use their messenger thingy, it just gets on my nerves!

Here via Michele's Meet&Greet, neat blog! Did BE really tell you you'd won a million credits on April Fool's Day? I think I woulda died!

 
At 09 April, 2005, Anonymous BlogCruiser said...

tammy,

Yes, BE really did that with the image and all while I was surfing. It was a good one and they got me for a bit:) If you click on the image in that post you can see the PrintScreen snapshot I took and it was not doctered just cropped.

 

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