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A-hole-L offers spammer's Porche up as prize


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A-O-L put spammer's Porsche up as contest prize

New York-AP -- Finally, some payback for all that spam, thanks to America Online.

An A-O-L sweepstakes launching Tuesday will offer a spammer's 2002 Porsche Boxster S as grand prize. A-O-L obtained the car in settling a lawsuit against a spammer though to have made more than a (m) million dollars from the useless mailings.

Although the company has previously won cash judgments and destroyed computers used in spamming, A-O-L says the latest case represents a move toward targeting the fruits of spammers' labors -- things like cars, houses, boats and other property.

The sweepstakes is open until April eighth. Adult A-O-L members living in the continental United States are eligible, and they can only enter online.

A-O-L hasn't offered details about the spammer due to a confidentiality agreement. The two-door silver-gray metallic Porsche has 18-thousand miles, a leather interior and retails for 47-thousand dollars.

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....and to think that A-hole-L.... is by far... the largest spammer and profiler on the internet.

Oh well...Porche come...Porche go... :D

btw...Porche joke...

What is the difference between a Porche and a porcupine??



With the porcupine ..the pricks are on the outside...har...har

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