Make.money.fast: a felony
Peter M. Muriana
muriana at aclcb.purdue.edu
Sun Apr 3 20:16:14 EST 1994
In article <2nmqd2$sri at apakabar.cc.columbia.edu>, dan at cubmol.bio.columbia.edu (Daniel Zabetakis) writes:
>In article <1994Apr1.191412.15817 at princeton.edu>,
>Matthew Weed <mattweed at edith.Princeton.EDU> wrote:
> It was also the traditional usenet-April-Fools-Day-Forged-n.a.i-Post.
>Didn't it sound a little informal to be a real FBI release?
>>Finally, we wish to inform you that David Rhodes himself is in a
>>Federal Correctional Institution for his part in the origination
>>of this scam and will not see the light of day until the year
>>1997, barring parole or pardon from higher authority.
> This line was a riot.
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>not necessarily represent the views of any particular person.
Even better, wasn't Melvin Purvis the "G-man" that got Bonnie & Clyde? or
some such criminal?
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