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I'm fairly used to random-text spam in my spam bucket, as I suppose
we all are by now, but this one caught my eye: it's not random English
words, nor simple random letters either.  It actually looks like a
possible conlang, perhaps polysynthetic, or else a briefscript:


From: "Aup Emoady"
To: "Nyotbikr Yemlb"
Date: Tue, 23 Mar 2004 20:05:17 +0000

[payload snipped]

edwwovtuse fouhea, efl'llcya.
ic cypecdodyfie. hipoiekl pivcaikaremb abunki wscwlda.
roipirene threbewi'd-tokobedlepunki.
ozighwjonaoicc. onelm sufstwhe.
gzaaggocu xonlnihrke-sguhrcl lynwncha.
tuocurdbd-eolnmaopayu. ghnevrdhm.
oipmota.
ggphgokvemk ggrcoprse mchatgud, umouquiaw buxotksii.
wfihwilool.

I can't resist including this line from the payload, though, just because it
shows the lengths people will go to:

		Tons of dwolnaoadble mvoies, pohtos and sotires!

It took me a while to decipher the last word....

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