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29 Jun
JW spam

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From: Peter Langston <psl>
Date: Thu, 29 Jun 100 16:28:35 -0700
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Subject: JW spam

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From: Sebastian Banker

On Mon, 19 Jun 2000, David A. Bayly wrote:

> That makes me think of door to door spam as a term for unwanted
> visitations at your door.  Watchtower spam anyone?

This would appear to be my cue to tell my JW story.

About a month ago, a couple women appeared at my door. The younger of them,
with a faint but charming caribbean accent, told me that she was here to
warn me about the dangers of internet pornography, and provide instruction
about how to keep my household free thereof. After a minute or so, I
interrupted her--as politely as I could-- and told it was only fair to
inform her that I'm a big enthusiast of internet pornography, and enjoy it
quite a lot.

After a moment's stunned hesitation, she volunteered that no-one she had
visited had responded in quite the same manner before, and urged me to
accept a few articles that might change my mind. And perhaps they'd visit
later and discuss the matter further. As always, I accepted the watchtowers
(hey, free reading material, and cool color art!), and wished them a good

No visits since.

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