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"Warren Buffett Sends a Letter to TMC's Tracey Schelmetic."   Technology Marketing Corporation president Rich Tehrani's blog provides an object lesson in how not to attract the attention of people looking for money: first, don't mention you receive mail from Warren Buffett; second, don't title a post "Warren Buffet’s E-mail Address" (sic).
From VoIP Blog . Filed under: celebrity,help me,money —  Comments (6)
Hello Mr Warren BuffetPlease sir help me I already send to you a mail asking for financial help. I just want to be free from depth and live a simple life and a peaceful one which I lost years ago in my life. I hope you can give me your helping hand sir may the good god blesses you.
Waiting for your help, please sir

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"Overhaulin'."   Blogger Thomas Wolf comments on an ill-considered invasion of privacy by the TV show Overhaulin'; his blog floods with comments from people who think they are writing to the show itself.
From blog.noetech.com, by way of metafilter.com . Filed under: help me,information seeking,tv show —  Comments (0)
Hello,
My name is Lynn, and I’m writing on behalf of my husband. He has two vehicles that he was working on,but unfortunatly he has become disabled. One was a 65 Mustang 2+2 the other is a 79 Chevy Pick-up [step side]. He could use a little help on one of them. We are raising our 12 year old daughter, and SSI does not go to far. If you could find it in your hearts to help a little bit that would be wonderful. He is turning 50 in June and that would be the nicest gift I could give him. He never asks for anything for himself it’s always for someone else.He was a volunteer Firefighter/EMT,coached many youth sports activaties,and help with local groups that help the needy once again never asking for himself.
Thank you for at least listening to me. Hope to hear from you ,but please don’t let my husband know.Thanks again.
~Lynn

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"New Barbie Dolls to Interact With Virtual World?."   Developers and users come together to discuss news about virtual worlds, in this case a bubbly preview of Mattel's Barbie Girls site. This is quickly mistaken for a technical assistance page when Barbie Girls launches.
From 3pointd.com . Filed under: information seeking,technology —  Comments (0)
every time my daughter puts her doll in an error message comes up saying adobe flash player 9 will run slowly and effect something or another i click no and it wont download her doll to play i click yes and the computer goes nuts i paid 70.00 for a doll she cant play i see law suite on my hands since im a lawyer fix the problem please

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