The Spam Epidemic

Congress is exploring ways to combat the problem of "spam," the wave of junk e-mail that has clogged e-mail systems and cost U.S. businesses billions. What do you think?

  • “Thank goodness Congress is going to do something about this problem. This should all be cleared up in, like, three weeks.”

    Gene Kelso –
    Office Manager

  • “Gee, you make one little online inquiry into dripping wet teen pussies getting pounded by 12-inch horse cocks, and you're swamped for the rest of your life.”

    Andrew Reed –
    Forklift Operator

  • “Every day, I get these annoying spams that are nothing but cookie recipes and forwarded articles about the benefits of Vitamin C and photos of cats. Wait--those are from my mom.”

    Patti Robles –
    Art Director

  • “MY NAME IS ALFRED MUGABE. I KNOW OF 10 MILLIONS U.S. DOLLARS IN A NIGERIAN BANK AND MUST FIND AN ACCOUNT INTO WHICH TO TRANSFER THE MONIES.”

    Alfred Mugabe –
    Businessman

  • “If not for spam, I never would have met my boyfriend. His name is 8g391b66t274@prize- claimcenter.com.”

    Marcia Haines –
    Real-Estate Broker

  • “Even more disturbing than this never-ending torrent of junk e-mail is the fact that, apparently, they must actually work once in a while.”

    Chris Kingery –
    Systems Analyst