A THANK-YOU FROM YOUR NEW FRIENDS AT BMAIL

SUBJECT: A THANK-YOU FROM YOUR NEW FRIENDS AT BMAIL newfriends@bmail.com        1823 Friday (3 hours ago) Dear Reader, You will find an Amazon credit of $100,000 for your recent exploit with the laser as well as an offer to find out important information about people you know and work with. Maybe you can buy fun rifle…

ALWAYS A GHETTO SOMEWHERE

The cost of a habit is something never properly assessed. On the one hand, smoking undeniably produces some undesirable effects. On the other hand, so does fornication. And, for that matter, so does overeating, which nicotine affects to inhibit. Now, how many of us suffer a diabetes tobacco might have forestalled? Thus reasoning, tobacco found…

Re: Your New Friends at BMail  0833 Saturday (2 hours ago) Dear Friend, Well, somebody else did your work for you, in regards to Professor Bitterneck, didn't they? And yes, we know you were there, and ready to oblige us. Your phone told us as much. But what about all those others? Who else was…

Alarm clock. 5:30.          Pop's in town. That means dinner at the latest, hottest new place. Tonight. Some Balkan joint I've never heard of. With his latest arm confection, no doubt.          Shower: Uneventful. Too anxious to engage in "The Thinking Man's Television."          Bathroom Scale: Too much. It's the damned biz-dev job. No time…

OTHERS DAY

At first the doubling didn't warrant much thought to Nelson Garrett's way of looking at it. The way meetings double-scheduled themselves on Bmail and then doubled again, showing, like, four occurrences on the BMail Auto Kalends Calendar. Maybe some bug was causing duplicate messages to be sent, or, as was more likely, technology was just…