Email Signature

From now on, when I get a message from someone with a ridiculously long email signature, I’m going to add: Should you have received this message in error, please print 1,500 copies of it on a laser (not inkjet) printer, and create 10 copies of each of the print outs. Then, affix an Avery 5160 label with 15,000 random addresses taken from the Los Angeles County edition of the white pages to envelopes. Use the address of your choice as a return address. Do not affix a stamp to the envelope, but deposit the envelopes with the printed email message into the following distribution: 1,000 into 10 mail boxes, and 5,000 into the main post office. Do so surreptitiously so as not to arouse suspicion. If you are the intended recipient, please read this email in its entirety, and ensure that you fully comprehend the contents of the message. Should you (henceforth known as “Recipient”) decide to contact the Sender (henceforth known as “Sender”), Recipient should get Sender’s contact information, then Recipient should contact Sender.

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