Spam Avenger: One Man's Attempt to Rid the World O
Have you fantasized about taking revenge on spammers? That is, the cowardly breed responsible for clogging in-boxes with unwanted e-mail advertisements for penis/breast enlargement, pyramid schemes, on-line casinos, and other suspicious products. If you are the sort who is too meek to seek them out and razz them to death, don't worry, The Spam Avenger has already done it for you. All you have to do is listen vicariously to 70 minutes of his hilariously warped payback. Rather than wait for a software product capable of tracing a spammer to his home address, lighting a paper bag filled with dog scumber on fire, and ringing the doorbell, The Spam Avenger contacted those responsible by telephone whenever they included a toll-free number in their unwelcomed e-mail ads. Eavesdrop with delight as The Spam Avenger confounds multi-level marketers and order-desk operators with leg-pulling parody and sarcastic surrealism while running up their long distance bills. The Spam Avenger: One Man's Attempt to Rid the World of Unsolicited E-mail is a side-splitting laugh riot. Some might even anoint it as a pants-pisser, yet it is more than a mere prank phone call disc. It is a call to arms for Internet users tired of having to clean their in-boxes of electronic junk mail as well as a brilliant piece of gonzo journalism that delves into world of shady Internet marketers. Meet a strange cast of characters including a former college instructor who has taken to rewriting Shakespeare's classics, a conspiracy theorist miffed at the Vatican, and a power-up conference call full of pyramid schemers exchanging tips on how to obfuscate language. You'll wonder who is a more gone daddy-o, The Spam Avenger or his targets. If you can't beat the bulk e-mailers, let The Spam Avenger do it for you.