Archive for October, 2010

Fake Prizes.

Another scam email placed here for the delectation of Google. Dear Winner, You are hereby inform that you have been selected for a cash prize of 500,000.00? (Five Hundred Thousand Euro) and brand new Porsche Cayenne SUV Car in this year promotional competition. The online draws was conducted by a Random selection of email addresses from an […]

2010 Doctor Who Live Review

Many of you will be trawling the net for information on the new Doctor Who Live show touring the UK before you splash out on tickets. Well, you just found it.

We saw this today with out lad — A Dr. Who fanatic — at the M.E.N. arena in Manchester and I thought I might let others know what to expect. Firstly, as it is called “Dr. Who live”, you probably expect that you are going to see the Doctor, aka Matt Smith, um… LIVE, yes? Wrong. Not in the flesh at least. The Doctor and Amy Pond do not appear in person in Doctor Who Live! In fact, no original characters do! It is live in the respect that it is — partly at least — a live show.

Matt Smith’s appearance was only on screen — not in person. They filmed some stuff where he seems to be interacting with Vorgenson and the audience. That kinda works. Those fathers who accompanied their offspring hoping for an eyeful of the delicious Karen Gillan and her exceptional legs will be disappointed. She also isn’t there in person, and her screen appearances are fleeting. One would imagine they would have featured her more.

Russian Ukrainian Girls Direct Contact Information

Translator fraud: Guys writing to translators as opposed to the actual woman are an often heard complaint when working through agencies. Lets spin the coin on that one for a moment. Olga Maslova of, has had many women ask her to “weed out” the unsuitable men by writing on their behalf in the early stages. She refused to do it, insisting that women reply to all mail personally, and as a result, some women pulled out saying, “I have to time to talk crap to fat old guys/poor guys/losers/guys with no passport/guys who are not ready to step on a plane. Find me a nice professional guy who isn’t too old, isn’t a whack job, and doesn’t look like a bulldog chewing a wasp and I’ll take over then”. Is that so unexpected? You may be a well-adjusted, normal dude, but consider some of the otherblokes who enter this endeavour. Isn’t it sensible that some women use their agency as a kind of PA to weed out the no-hopers at first base? Women have told us that most local agencies will do this for them.

Early stage contact information for everyone may subject her to an avalanche of nonsense ranging from “scam checks” involving someone pounding at her door with a droopy $3 flower hoping to thrust a camera in her face to “prove” she is real, through to flurries of SMS messages in free Google translated garbled Cyrillic that makes no sense. Sex tourists and would-be stalkers at her door are a far smaller, but quite possible consequence of her address being for sale. Men posting her personal details on so-called scam sites — simply because they were rejected — is something that is quite likely and indeed we saw here at RUA with a certain ex-member. For her, the upsides are minimal. The advantage to early stage direct contact information is mostly beneficial to the men.

Col Mogul Mike popularly called M2 email fraud

My name is Col Mogul Mike, popularly called M2 I am a retired military attache to 3rd infantry division battalion in Iraq. I am desperate in need for assistance, I have summed up courage to contact you. I found your contact particulars in an address journal. I am seeking your kind assistance to move the sum of {$ 6.2 million USD} to you, as far as I can be assured that my share will be safe in your care until I complete my service here this year in Novermber , this is no stolen money, and there are no danger involved.

The email address this drivel came from is: although the reply address is: which is a Slovakian domain. “Slovakia?” I hear you ask quizzically. Well, the plot thickens. The IP address this came from is: — This IP address traces to Leudelange; a town in south-western Luxembourg with only 2100 people in it.

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