Yahoo! for My Bulk-Email Folder

In one day I receive at least 70 emails in my bulk-email folder. Generally I delete those emails immediately. But I was curious to know if I were missing some things by just deleting these emails. I am glad I took a look, because I think my life is about to change for the better. I saw messages with subject headers indicating that I won contests, which is amazingly lucky. Imagine winning five to six contests in one day, yet having zero recollection of entering any of those. Additionally, there were numerous messages offering discounts on prescription drugs, loans, vacations, various products from department stores, and job opportunities that offer the chance to do next to nothing, work-wise, yet guarantee a six-figure income. Each message just asked me to respond to activate their offer immediately. How could I not? I also noticed emails from sources stating that they are acting as executors or administrators to someone's will or business affairs outside the continental United States. The reason they chose me was so that they could have a "trustworthy" U.S. contact to go to the bank, claim to be a relative or an associate of the business (They clarify that this isn't lying or deceptive at all.), and then withdrawal millions of dollars for them. Sounds like a good deal, right? All I have to do is give them my bank account number, social security card number and driver's license number. They assure me that they will transfer up to 30 percent of the monies directly into my account for helping them. With three of these gem offers in my bulk-email folder now, I am guaranteed to make over $15 million this year just from today's emails. Yahoo! I have been trying to find a good job for the past year via newspapers, websites, job-site boards and so on with no luck. Yet I have been ignorantly deleting the contents of my bulk-email folder on an everyday basis. What the hell was I thinking? This is a gold mine! And this is just one day's worth of stuff. Could you imagine how much can be made just by responding to a few these offers every day? I am no mathematician capable of building a reliable arithmetic progression. But if I click on the guaranteed cash-generating emails that come in daily for about six months, I should wind up at least as rich as Bill Gates, Mark Cuban, Donald Trump and several major banking institutions combined by the end of 2006. Yahoo! Finally, I am going to be a hammer instead of a nail. I cannot get over how easy it is to do all this. Folk who refer to their bulk-mail folders as worthless, junk emails are crazy! But hey, yesterday I was just as naive as them. And making money is not the only thing my bulk-email folder is good for. Did you know that you can expand your social life too? I also found that there are ladies out there dying to meet me. It makes sense if you think about it rationally for a moment. Rich guys always get the ladies. Since smart ladies know that guys who respond to emails from their bulk-email folder usually are rich. So they are just trying to hookup with the cream of the crop. It is unbelievable how friendly these ladies can be. Some are offering to have sex with you on the first encounter. If I didn't know better, I would think they were lying. But I get too many of these emails every day that even if only half of the women are being honest, that gives me about 10 chances a day to meet someone new. It won't be long before I will know more women than I can handle. Many of these women are so friendly that they want to send me a video. Some even have websites. I guess that is so you recognize them when you meet. Many of the ladies also want to introduce their friends to me. Many of them must live in humid, hot climates, because they talk about things like being hot, steamy or moist. I am not so sure they are very smart either. A lot of them don't know how to spell the word "come" correctly. But I am not going to be judgmental. It is best to meet someone first before jumping to conclusions. I know a lot of smart people, such as engineers, scientist and plumbers, who do not write well either. Even if it turns out that these women aren't that smart, it is okay with me. I can still enjoy their companionship. Maybe I should be more discreet about my new discoveries? But there is no reason not to share this, because with all the opportunities contained in these bulk-email folders every day, there is plenty to go around for everyone. I am so happy that I looked. Yahoo!