From: William Knowles (wk[at]c4i.org)
To: security curmudgeon (jericho@attrition.org)
Date: Tue, 24 Dec 2002 03:26:08 -0600 (CST)
Subject: Re: padlock business


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To: hch@public.ytptt.sd.cn
Subject: Re: padlock business

On Tue, 24 Dec 2002 hch@public.ytptt.sd.cn wrote:

HELLO GONG!

> HOW ARE YOU?

I shaved my balls.

> TAKING THIS OPPORTUNITY,I'D LIKE TO INTRODUCE OUR COMPANY "PUJIANG
> SHENHUAN LOCK CO.,LTD"TO YOU.WE MAINLY PRODUCE ALL KINDS OF IRON AND
> BRASS PADLOCKS.THE BRANDS ARE"TRI-CIRCUS","CB"ETC.WE HAVE VERY GOOD
> QUANLITY AND REPUTATION BOTH AT HOME AND ABROAD,BUT AT PRESENT,IN
> ORDER TO ENLARGE THE SHARE OF MARKET,THE PRICE IS MUCH LOWER THAN
> THAT OF THE OTHER COMPANY'S.IF YOU ARE INTERESTED,PLS DON'T HESITATE
> TO CONTACT ME.I'D LIKE TO QUOTE YOU THE LOWEST PRICE,PROVIDE YOU
> GOOD QUALITY PRODUCTS AND SERVICE.

Do the keyboards in China only have UPPCASE LETTER?

I have all the padlocks I need, here in America, we have these stores
that are big and orange, about the size of your factory, called "Home
Depot" where I can buy all sorts padlocks small and large.

I only buy these padlocks made in the U.S.A. called Master, they can
take a hit from a .357 Magnum. Do you have anything that could take a
hit from an AK-74 and still stay locked? I doubt it.

> YOUR EARLIER REPLY WILL BE HIGHLY APPRECIATED.
>
> BEST REGARDS
> GONG

Are you related to Gong Show formally of Hollywood California?

- Bubba




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