Global Spam Conservation Project

April 23, 2007 at 8:02 pm Leave a comment


E-mail pesticides are reducing the diversity of POP and IMAP ecosystems. Spam, which is now the dominant species is being eradicated by sophisticated filters and firewalls. The result of this effort will be, in the near future, the extinction of Spam.

We want to warn the world. This will be a global catastrophe.

We’re launching a conservation project.  The aim of our project is to catalogue and preserve the beautiful diversity in Spam. Spam could be the next sentient lifeform in this planet. As you know any sufficiently complex phenomenon is likely to develop emergent behaviours, one of which is intelligence.

Our Spam Conservation Facility is under final testing in Bangalore. Portable units for field research are being developed in the Liquid Cat labs.

YOU can help us. Do not throw away your spam, redirect it (do not forward it, as Heisenberg Indeterminacy principle would destroy it) to


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The deal is GO! Label presented Alberto Grifi is dead. Liquid Cat is sad.

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