FW: HPLC Autosampler

Deanne Bell dbell at fresno.ars.usda.gov
Mon Dec 13 17:33:48 EST 2004

I had about 100 of these emails today when i came in.  I noticed that
there was 4 or 5 senders that the messages were from & that the subject
lines were actual subject lines from our group, but the messages were
all different (ad-nausium).

Deanne Bell


-----Original Message-----
From: owner-methods at hgmp.mrc.ac.uk [mailto:owner-methods at hgmp.mrc.ac.uk]
On Behalf Of "Dr. Hiranya S. Roychowdhury"
Sent: Monday, December 13, 2004 2:09 PM
To: methods at hgmp.mrc.ac.uk
Subject: RE: HPLC Autosampler

Me too.  Looks like something like a worm thatn is using our email
addresses to send these mailing out.  

Quoting "Jayakumar, R" <R.Jayakumar at RoswellPark.org>:

> I am getting huge numbers of these mails (a sample attached below) 
> which seems to be junk articles send by someone through an automated 
> reply.  I have no idea what they are.  But if someone is doing this, 
> please stop it.  This is a science newsgroup, and we are not 
> interested to fill our mailboxes with spams like this.
>    What doth your interest in spoiling our day?
> Jai
> -----Original Message-----
> From: owner-methods at hgmp.mrc.ac.uk 
> [mailto:owner-methods at hgmp.mrc.ac.uk]
> On Behalf Of " P.W. at James Lab "
> Sent: Saturday, December 11, 2004 2:38 PM
> To: methods at hgmp.mrc.ac.uk
> Subject: Re: HPLC Autosampler
> film of Monroe's murder?
> Will Hersh now say that he was duped on the Monroe docs but now he has

> the real McCoy: it was Jayne Mansfield all along. With Liz Smith as 
> the moderator, satire is impossible in this field.
> But down deep, submerged but still present, there is a resistance to 
> all this. The public knows something is wrong. Two years ago, CBS and 
> the New York Times conducted a poll which asked the
> respondents: If you could pick a President, any President, which one 
> would you choose to run the country today? The winner, in a landslide,

> was John F. Kennedy who doubled the tally of the second place 
> finisher. In 1988, Rolling Stone surveyed the television generation, 
> i.e. the below forty group, on their diverse opinions and attitudes. 
> Their two most admired public leaders were Bobby Kennedy and Martin 
> Luther King, dead twenty years before, when many of those polled were 
> infants or not even born. This holds not just in America. In Pete 
> Hammill's 1995 book Piece Work, he relates an episode in his life when

> his car broke down in the Mexican countryside. He walked to a poor, 
> Third World style hut which had no amenities except a phone. Before he

> left, he thanked the native Mexicans who lived there and took a look 
> around the dilapidated, almost bare interior. The only decorations he 
> saw were a plaster figurine of Che Guevara, and near it, a photo of 
> John Kennedy.
> It's that international Jungian consciousness, however bottled up, 
> ambiguous, uncertain, that must be dislodged. In a sense, this 
> near-maniacal effort, and all the money and effort involved in it, is 
> a
> ---

Hiranya S. Roychowdhury, Ph.D.
Coll. Asst. Professor,
Molecular Biology,
Dept. of Chemistry & Biochemistry
Rm# 336, Chemistry Bldg.; MSC 3MLS
New Mexico State University
Las Cruces, NM 88003

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