OWNED [spam - dont follow up to this one.]

Oh look.

  Someone needs to do something cute to www.RVC.CC.IL.US,
  such as nail them to a tree, boil them in oil or feed them to the

  It might also be an idea to fix the aliases for majordomo too,
  anyone with a clue could just send mail to "nanog-outgoing@merit.edu"
  and hit the list.

  This sort of stuff is in the majordomo FAQ i seem to recall.

  We now return you to your regular channel on that side of the puddle.


[1] tests show that feeding spammers to alligators helps cure them of the
    habit. :slight_smile:

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