More Spam from Pink Zebra Marketing

More spam from Pink Zebra Marketing gets by the spam filter…

From: “Dinners of Death” <>
Date: Fri, 08 Feb 2008 10:42:38 -0600
Subject: Harmful Parasites Living and Breeding In Your Stomach

Japan refuses to accept a single export from the United States in meat & dairy produce!

Now, what does that tell you?

That you’re a liar.

That Japan is snobby? Nope! That Japan citizens hate milk and meat?

Japan imported over 170,000 million Yen worth of meat from the United States in 2006.

Come on, you know better than that!

I do know better than that. It took me just a few minutes on Google to find the truth.

What it REALLY tells you is that the Government of Japan is on to something few (if any) people really know about! – That our foods have been filled with “unnatural” things that they aren’t supposed to have!

What it really tells me is you’re a liar.

What you may not really be ready to accept is the fact that someone IS already poisoning your mom, your dad, your brothers and your sisters, and your closest friends and getting away with it!

Harmful Parasites – Everybody has them. If left to live and breed inside your stomach, small and large intestines and colon, they will eventually cause you to puff up, gain lots of weight, get sick more often, and take many, many years off your life!

They use your body as a ‘Food Storehouse’ and so they can live and breed by the millions. But now it’s time to flush them out and down the toilet for good. If you don’t they will just make you fatter and much, much sicker!

Would you trust anything living in your bowels that has teeth but NO eyes?!!

Please visit us to learn more about how our food is killing us here:
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You May Remove Yourself From Our Mailings By Visiting HERE

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Hey asshole, I never asked to be added!

or write to:
Pink Zebra Marketing
231 S Bemiston Ave
Suite 800
St Louis, MO 63105

The deleted URL’s point to web pages in the domain, (the URL’s were encoded in such a way that following them would have likely verified the email address this scam was sent to). Anyone see a pattern with these domains from Pink Zebra Marketing?

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