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TIRUPATHI MIRACLE - Tirupathi Devasthanam believe it or not! Hey. Trust in God with all your heart and way. This letter has been sent to you for good luck. This is from Tirupathi. It's not joke. You will receive it in a few months. Please send 20 copies of this letter to people whom you think need good luck. Please do not send money. Do not keep this letter. It must leave you within seven days. An officer has received 2 million dollars after sending it. Mr. Robert lost more than 21 lacs for not sending and breaking this chain letter. Please send 20 copies and see what happens in 4 days. This chain letter comes from Tirupathi. Let's Try...
[edited snip]TIRUPATHI MIRACLE
It indeed is a miracle. I wonder how the e-mail infected so many brains. You know for sure God did not send this from Tirupathi, don't you?
- Tirupathi Devasthanam believe it or not!
Thank you for providing an option to NOT believe that the e-mail originated from Tirupathi.
Hey. Trust in God with all your heart and way.
I'm sorry, I'm an atheist and I do not like anybody asking me to believe in God with or without pouring all my heart into to.
This letter has been sent to you for good luck. This is from Tirupathi.
Err. From where? You must be very imaginative. Does God really sit in front of a computer and compose e-mails? Very funny. I actually rolled on the floor laughing after reading this e-mail.
It's not joke.
Really? Some people, just like me, laugh at you when you say it's not a joke. Why do you subject yourself to this treatment?
You will receive it in a few months.
Receive what? And only in a few months? Why not today? Why not now? What's the underlying formula that tells you will receive it in a few months? I hope you intend to say $$$ when you say "it". Most people would forget about the e-mail they received from Tirupathi. They would also forget about the inconvenience they caused to many people by blindly forwarding it to the contacts in their address books.
Please send 20 copies of this letter to people whom you think need good luck.
I wish the other nineteen recipients of the e-mail are not atheists like me. I hope they are at least sensible to understand and act on this. I consider it sensible to mark the e-mail as spam.
Please do not send money. Do not keep this letter.
I will definitely not send money to you. Neither to "Tirupathi Devastanam". And how do I not keep this letter? Report it as spam and delete the e-mail? If it was a paper mail, I could think of ways to not keep it with me.
It must leave you within seven days. An officer has received 2 million dollars after sending it.
I would certainly like to meet the officer.
Mr. Robert lost more than 21 lacs for not sending and breaking this chain letter.
Looking at the name of the recipient one can say whether he would believe in the e-mail originating from Tirupathi. What to say of he forwarding it to 20 of his friends? I'm also interested to know how did he loose 21 lacs and 21 lacs of what too.
Please send 20 copies and see what happens in 4 days. This chain letter comes from Tirupathi. Let's Try...
Hilarious. Who keeps the database of how much people lose or gain from sending or not sending this e-mail? If you send 20 copies of this e-mail to 20 different recipients you are most likely to be blacklisted by 20 different domains. Additionally you are making spammers life easier. The e-mail address carried by the chain will be distributed amongst millions of spammers around the world and you will be targeted by various spam bots. No wonder if you start receiving promotional offers about Viagra and thousand and one others.
Such e-mails are hazardous in the Internet age. They eat lot of bandwidth, time and energy. It's an international waste. Think for a moment and know what you are doing. We are not ants that follow the others in the line.
Never ever suggest somebody to believe or not to believe in God. People who have faith in other religions might hate this e-mail as much.
PS: Send this link to as many people as possible who are engaged in forwarding chain nuisance e-mails.