Stupid disclaimers

Sasha Tsykin stsykin at
Wed Jan 18 01:47:54 UTC 2006

Duncan Lithgow wrote:

> Iyer, Prasad C wrote:
>> This message contains information that may be privileged or 
>> confidential and is the property of the Capgemini Group. It is 
>> intended only for the person to whom it is addressed. If you are not 
>> the intended recipient,  you are not authorized to read, print, 
>> retain, copy, disseminate,  distribute, or use this message or any 
>> part thereof. If you receive this  message in error, please notify 
>> the sender immediately and delete all  copies of this message.
> As I do not know you, and am not specified in the to: address field, I 
> must assume that I am not the intended recipient of this message. 
> Unfortunately I have already read the content of the message - 
> actually I had to read the message in order to get to the end and see 
> the conditions... that's a bit wierd. I hope that you will understand 
> that I have reused part of the message, a thing which is also 
> forbidden, so that you could see what it was I am replying to. I am 
> happy to follow the instructions by deleting this from my computer but 
> don't know how you will get it out of the ubuntu-users archive. Sorry 
> for breaking all these rules.
> Duncan (please don't sue me!)
> PS. Please forward this to whoever wrote that stupid disclaimer
> PPS. Please get another account to use for writing to the list - I'll 
> give you a gmail invite if you need one. But save my eves from such 
> semi-legal nonsense.
> PPPS. You may like this site
what's your point? It's there authomatically, and who cares if it's there?

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