Eleanor Blair (lnr) wrote,
Eleanor Blair
lnr

*wibble*

This is the strangest spam I have seen in ages. Even better than the gadget for pulling arrows out of trees:

THIS IS AN OFFICIAL WARNING!

A huge 300 ft. high ocean wave is moving towards your continent.
Your and many other cities are in a real danger.
Approximate wave moving speed is 700 km/h.
Please read more about this catastrophe here:
<a href="http://www.tsunamishere.com/">http://www.tsunamidanger.com/</a>

We are strongly urging you to evacuate yourself and your family as soon as possible,
even though you may live far away from your city.
The tsunami will reach the continent in approximately FOUR hours.

YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED!

WARNING: Don't follow that link, it's a trojan: Details here

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