To: "birds" <>
Subject: Viruses
From: "Tony Russell" <>
Date: Sun, 22 Apr 2001 09:56:07 +0930
I think there's only one answer. If you see an email with an attachment you
weren't expecting , eat your curiosity and dump the whole thing first to
'deleted items' then empty that file too. Treat it exactly as you would in
avoiding contact with a person carrying an infectious disease or a dog with
Incidentally, just as we would treat a rabid dog, these people who knowingly
send viruses should be shot on sight, or, in exceptional cases, given a non
parole life sentence scrubbing graffiti off brick walls while standing on a
bull ant's
nest.  'Twould be most satisfying.
SA birding by 4WD
phone: 08 8337 5959

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