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Old 06-04-2010, 07:17 PM
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Remember the LRO thing where we could send names to the Moon?
http://marsparticipate.jpl.nasa.gov/.../sendyourname/
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Old 06-04-2010, 08:01 PM
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Nifty!
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Old 06-04-2010, 09:53 PM
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They'd kick mine out I think.
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Neat idea to have though.
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Not going to do it because I don't want any spam coming back to me from Mars.
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I got some saying that I won the Martian lottery and I can collect my 30 million Mars Dollars after putting up a small $1000 dollar service fee! I'm rich!
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I got some saying that I won the Martian lottery and I can collect my 30 million Mars Dollars after putting up a small $1000 dollar service fee! I'm rich!
Or how about one of these:

"Hello, dear sir,

My name A'gak'nak'arak'tabak'alan. I from quadrant *%54341/93562183845939556693278 come. I tell this to you for need of dire emergency. Am devoiding of life, and soon to non-be.

Recently, in the Bank of Dir'gek'hunek'alal'kuranizhan'alek, deposited I the last of my sum wealth, and made living will and testaclement to be executed upon time of my non-being. I have selected you as my benefactionment. Being, you will, the recipalent of 23,000,000,000,000,000 breznarks, my financial worth over the course of a lifetime of 300 gritliks.

If you wish to collect this sum, you must send to me your full name, social security number, major credit card number(s), and address, along with legal fee of 1,000 of your earth dollars. Upon receipt and confirmation of these requirements, you will recivalate the grand sum mentioned above.

Please to be hurrying, as soon to my non-being will come.

Thank you,
A'gak'nak'arak'tabak'alan

P.S. It has been determined that the sum of 23,000,000,000,000,000 breznarks is roughly the equivalent of 1,001 earth dollars.
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Old 06-07-2010, 09:30 AM
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They'll never believe that exchange rate in this economy.
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They'll never believe that exchange rate in this economy.
You're right.

I've given the USD too much credit.
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Very funny, post 7!
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