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    At last, a scam I can believe in ... posted by Mark Shea http://markshea.blogspot.com/2003_07_01_markshea_archive.html#10594100143862 2816 [Non-text portions
    Message 1 of 1 , Jul 30, 2003
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      At last, a scam I can believe in

      > Dear Sir,
      >
      > I am an Uruk of Mordor, charged with the discovery of a number of valuable
      > treasures within Moria. It has come to my notice that the mithril hoard
      > previously owned by Ori of the land of Moria has been found by one of our
      > cave-trolls. Under our laws, the hoard will be shared between our lord Sauron and the
      > local Balrog, but so far neither knows the extent of the treasure.
      >
      > Sir, I come to you as a respectful businessperson in order that we may
      > derive some profit ourselves from this venture, I would wish that I could arrange
      > for the transfer of half of the find to yourself, costing roughly 20,000
      > silver pennies. From this amount, I will then arrange for a further such that 25%
      > remains your own, 5% goes for sundry costs (including hire of strong Rohan
      > horses for use in transportation), 5% is given in bribe to the cave troll to
      > ensure the quantity reported to our respective Lords is adjusted, 65% belongs
      > to myself and my fellow Orcs.
      >
      > In order that this be accomplished, I ask only that you provide details of:
      >
      > Your willingness to participate in this venture,
      >
      > Confirmation that you will not speak of this venture to anyone else, or wear
      > any magic rings,
      >
      > Your race and land of residence,
      >
      > The location of your local Palantir or identity of your preferred
      > message-carrying bird or beast,
      >
      > Your given name, and any name you are known by in the Western lands,
      >
      > The number of ponies you possess.
      >
      > I look forward to your returning correspondence, which can be whispered to
      > any passing magpie. I trust that you will ensure that no other dark feathered
      > birds come to hear of this transaction.

      posted by Mark Shea

      http://markshea.blogspot.com/2003_07_01_markshea_archive.html#10594100143862
      2816


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