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Dustin LindenSmith

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spam with cheese

I just got some stupid ad to lose 10 pounds by Valentine's Day from an e-mail address at the domain powerfulquotes.com. I use a great program called MailWasher that bounces back spam e-mail at my request to make it appear as though my e-mail address is inactive, so I killed them from sending me another one. But I thought I'd check out the Powerful Quotes website to see if they had a page up. They do (it's here), and it's complete fromage. They make a tiny effort to appear as though they're a legitimate website, but it's a pretty tiny effort. The About Us page is really funny -- they try to perpetuate the farce even more. I wonder if they have permission to publish the quotes they have on their page.

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