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Hier eine, wie ich finde, sehr orginelle Satire auf die manchmal ziemlich heftigen "Disclaimer", die man oft am Ende von E-Mails findet. Z.B. die Anweisungen, was man tun soll, falls man das E-Mail zwar erhalten hat, aber das Gefühl hat, es wäre nicht an mich adressiert gewesen. Oder der Mitteilung, dass das was im E-Mail steht nur die Privatmeinung des Mitarbeiters sei und er nicht für die Firme sprechen würde - was soll dann aber der Austausch, wenn alles eh nur die Privatmeinung ist?

Nach meinen Erkenntnissen haben alle diese Mitteilungen keine wirkliche Bedeutung.


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Several messages of late from the honorable Mark Gibbs (www.gibbs.com) have included the following signature: > This e-mail is intended for the use of the individual > addressee(s) named above and may contain information > that is confidential, privileged or unsuitable for > overly sensitive persons with low self-esteem, no > sense of humor or irrational religious beliefs. If you > are not the intended recipient, any dissemination, > distribution or copying of this e-mail is not authorized > (either explicitly or implicitly) and constitutes an > irritating social faux pas. > > Unless the word absquatulation has been used in its > correct context somewhere other than in this warning, > it does not have any legal, or grammatical use and > may be ignored. > > No animals were harmed in the transmission of this > e-mail, although the Kelpie next door is living on > borrowed time, let me tell you. Those of you with an > overwhelming fear of the unknown will be gratified to > learn that there is no hidden message revealed by > reading this warning backwards, so just ignore that > alert Notice from Microsoft. > > However, by pouring a complete circle of salt around > yourself and your computer you can ensure that no harm > befalls you and your pets. > > If you have received this e-mail in error, please add > some nutmeg and egg whites and place it in a warm oven > for 40 minutes. Whisk briefly and let it stand for 2 > hours before icing.

Philipp Schaumann, http://philipps-welt.info/