> From: Richard Haroutunian <email@example.com>
> Subject: unsubscribe me ASAP
> unsubscribe me ASAP. I can't recieve any additional messages from the
> Audi net
We regret to inform you that the Audi net is a difficult one to escape, per-
haps impossible. It turns out that there are literally hundreds of poor,
unsuspecting victims who were told about the net, only to find that once
caught there was no way out. There have been those who were regularly vis-
ible from the net of whom we see very little now, and it is my hope that
they have found a way out, and are now warning others.
We have heard that it is possible to send an e-mail message to some bizarre
address, something called "firstname.lastname@example.org" to get this sort of
thing done, and the address sounds vaguely familiar as the one that got us
stuck in the net in the first place. Another thing that has a familiar ring
is that the body of the message should include a line of text that reads
"unsubscribe quattro". I personally am rather pessimistic, because I seem
to see so many sending those messages to the net in desperation. I think
that it wouldn't hurt to try though, because it might just work for you.
Good luck, but if that doesn't work, then you'll have to stay here with the
rest of us. I don't know why the subject of organizing some sort of crack
escape team never seems to come up, perhaps because we feel that it is our
fate to be here.
San Jose, CA (USA)
"You can check out any time you like, but you can never leave!"