I just got an email that reads as follows:<br><br>"Hi,<br><br>Below is a list of Mac Software titles I currently have for sale. These are CD-R back up copies.<br><br>Shipping is FREE in the US and Canada. If you live out of the US please email me for a shipping quote.<br><br>All CDs come with a serial number for installation purposes. They are guaranteed to work.<br><br>If you have any questions or would like to order please feel free to email me.<br><br>To unsubscribe please scroll to the bottom of this email."<br><br>After this there's a long list of software titles, from Photoshop 7 for US$30 to VPC 5 with Windows 2000 for the same price. This is just plain robbery, I think. Who should be made aware of this person's theft?<br><br>Great wits are sure to madness near allied.--John Dryden, "Absalom and Achitophel"
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