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February 12, 2009



Sidenote: I think I saw you in Huntington Village with your camera man shortly after your story on the day's destructive winds. I considered introducing myself, but I thought chasing someone half a block down the road into a restaurant might send the wrong message...especially if it turned out to not be you.


They had your home address, too? That's awfully sophisticated for a typical scam. That means that they paid big money for a contact list that contains e-mail and real addresses.

I mean, it's still a scam, but it's being run by somebody with pretty deep pockets, which should limit their possible sources.

It's not like the fake IRS e-mail. The IRS doesn't even collect e-mail addresses!

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