Date: Wed, 9 Mar 1994 15:03:47
From: "Nicole L. Farmer" <farm8414@ACAD.CSV.KUTZTOWN.EDU>
Subject: Voo Doo
> >> \\\|||/// \\\|||/// \\\|||///
> >> . ======= . ======= . =======
> >> / \| O O | / \| O O | / \| O O |
> >> \ / \v_'/ \ / \v_'/ \ / \v_'/
> >> # _| |_ # _| |_ # _| |_
> >> (#) ( ) (#) ( ) (#) ( )
> >> #\//|* *|\\ #\//|* *|\\ #\//|* *|\\
> >> #\/( * )/ #\/( * )/ #\/( * )/
> >> # ===== # ===== # =====
> >> # (\ /) # (\ /) # (\ /)
> >> # || || # || || # || ||
> >> .#---'| |----. .#---'| |----. .#---'| |----.
> >> #----' -----' #----' -----' #----' ------'
> >> This message has been sent to you for good luck. The original
> >> is in New England. It has been sent around the world nine times. The
> >> luck has now been sent to you.You will receive good luck within four
> >> days of receiving this message - Provided you, in turn send it on.
> >> This is no joke. You will receive good luck in the mail. But no money.
> >> Send copies to people you think need good luck. Don't send money as
> >> fate has no price.Do not keep this message. This message must leave your
> >> hands in 96 hours.
> >> A United States Air Force Officer received 470,000 Dollars.
> >> Another Man received 40,000 Dollars and lost it because he broke the chain.
> >> Whereas in the Philippines, Gene Welch
lost his wife 51 days after
> >> receiving the message. He failed to circulate the message. However,
> >> before his death, he received 7,555,000 dollars.
> >> Please send twenty copies and see what happen in four days.
> >> The chain comes from Venezuela and has written by Saul De Groda,
> >> A Missionary from South America. Since the copy must tour
> >> the world, you must make twenty copies and send them to friends and
> >> associates - After a few days you will get a surprise
> >> - This is true, even if you are not superstitious.
> >> Do not the following: Constantine Dias received this chain in 1958. He
> >> asked his secretary to make twenty copies and send them out. A few days
> >> later he won a lottery of two million dollars. Carlos Daditt, an office
> >> employee, received the message and forgot that it had to leave his
> >> hands in 96 hours.He lost his job.
> >> Later, after finding that message again, He mailed twentycopies. A few days
> >> later he got a better job. Dalan
Fairchild received the message and, not
> >> believing - Threw the message away. Nine days later he died.
> >> In 1987, The message received by a young woman in California
> >> was very faded and barely readable. She promised herself that she would
> >> retype the message and send it on, But she set it aside to do it later.
> >> She was plagued with various problems, including expensive car repairs.
> >> The letter did not leave her hands within 96 hours. She finally typed the
> >> letter as promised and got a new car.
> >> Good Luck but please remember: 20 copies of this message must leave your
> >> in 96 hours... You must not sign on this message...
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