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Joined: 04 Apr 2006
Location: Leading my wolf pack
Thu Feb 28, 2008 1:08 pm
I pinched a Cancer bait from surplus:
I am Mrs C0LEMAN R0SEMARY, from Cote d�Ivoire in West Africa. I am married to late Mr .C0llins C0LEMAN from Kuwait who worked with Kuwait Embassy in Ivory Coast for nine years before he died in the year 2001.
The rest is a variant on the standard cancer letters; she wants specialist treatment and has a young cousin to care for.
soon had her on the hook, and as is customary he revealed he had no phone. The Lad was puzzled:
Why are you not having a telephone? Is there any problem of health that warranted that you must not have a telephone number?
I served my country as a member of the United States Marine Corps for 14 years, including action in Iraq in 1991 (Operation Desert Saber) and Somalia in 1993.
Early in 2001 I was on instructor duty at Fort Lejeune in North Carolina. It happened that an inattentive Gunnery Sergeant allowed a recruit to handle a loaded, unsafe Barrett 82 sniper rifle - a particularly heavy piece of ordnance - and the recruit accidentally discharged the weapon about a foot from my head. Since then I have suffered from chronic tinnitus (ringing in the ears) that makes just about any form of electronic communication impossible. I was medically discharged from the Corps.
Well, the Lad was full of concern:
I am shading tears profondly while going through your mail because I ask myself questions if it is a bad thing for one to sarcrifices him or herself to the service of his or her nation. It is a pity for your condition but do you believe that with God, all things are possible? Do you believe that if you table your condition before God Almighty, he has the power and the annoiting to heal you instantly? Are you a christian? If yes, take something that can cost you alot of pains with a clean heart, go to any powerful man of God and sow a seed of a divine health offering before the alter of the Lord and you will see the manifesting healing power of Jehovah Almighty in your life. Prayer is what has been sustaining me for long if not, I would'nt have known you today. Just beleive in our Lord Jesus Christ and he will heal you from all deseases.
Then he went on to discuss money matters, and ended:
But God will be glorified. Remain blessed and pray without season for with God, all things are possible to him who believe.
Do you have a wife and children? How many? Where are they?
World-weary Mal replied:
I'm not a Christian - I don't believe that there's any divine force in the world. What happens, happens, and no amount of hand-clasping and cross-clutching alters a gorram thing.
If God existed, I wouldn't ask for my injuries to be healed. I'd ask for the injuries that my weapons officer took during Desert Saber to be healed. Our Cobra gunship took a direct hit on the nose from a 57-mm shell and Phil was wounded in the face. I killed the AAA battery and got us back to base - but Phil was blinded. I can still see them lifting him from the ruins of the forward cockpit. He's a New York lawyer now, working hard to get compensation for those injured at work or in other accidents. He gave his eyes for our country.
I'm not married. I have a daughter that I fathered in an unwise teenage liaison. I haven't seen her since I left Charleston.
The Lad was surprisingly brief on this:
The more I hear of your stories, the more I got weak and shade tears. Oh! how ordid and painful such condition is. So, do you mean you live alone now? Your daughter don't ask of you? How old is she? You suppose to stay with someone who will be taking good care of you. You don't suppose to stay alone.
Then it was onto his back story, and more money matters.
I tend to write quite detailed answers after the first exchange. If you can make your baiter persona real, then they'll be so much more attached to you later.
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Joined: 24 Oct 2005
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Thu Feb 28, 2008 3:11 pm
If he is "shading tears profondly" about your hearing loss, I wonder how he will feel about your other illnesses? You know, like the elephantitis of the testicles, the venerial diseases, the ingrown anus hairs, etc...
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Thu Feb 28, 2008 3:48 pm
You're lucky it was only a AAA battery; Imagine if it had been a terrorist C or D cell.
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