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Hey Dani, nice work, yup they were the headers. Now I am no expert at reading them, but incase other people are, here they are:

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To me, they look very convincing indeed.
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What do you think it means?! Can I call the Sun?
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What do you think it means?! Can I call the Sun?
The only thing I can think of is my dad's old e-mail address is on here. Do you think they've gotten into my computer or something like that and got my address, we've had phone taps a couple of times. Maybe cuz I was doing an article and I logged onto the BNP's site for their manifesto.....why why why?
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Maybe I'm missing something but isn't it simply an unsolicited email from a civil servant? Report it.
The Sun could make a headline out of it. After all, is this all that Labour's army of civil servants get round to using their computers for???
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Maybe I'm a threat to national security, maybe they are going to take my own advice and shoot me...the bugger
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The Sun could make a headline out of it. After all, is this all that Labour's army of civil servants get round to using their computers for???
But surely everything that goes out of that place has to be checked...surely?
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(Original post by Danithestudent)
The only thing I can think of is my dad's old e-mail address is on here. Do you think they've gotten into my computer or something like that and got my address, we've had phone taps a couple of times. Maybe cuz I was doing an article and I logged onto the BNP's site for their manifesto.....why why why?
The BNP site makes me laugh, but in a very uncomfortable kind of way...
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But surely everything that goes out of that place has to be checked...surely?
Doubt it... although I believe Blair is looking into employing another 12 000 people to do that very job!
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The BNP site makes me laugh, but in a very uncomfortable kind of way...
lol it wasn't to join it was for an article...how do u think they got my address?
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Doubt it... although I believe Blair is looking into employing another 12 000 people to do that very job!
Not to mention the increase in tax to pay for their diversity awareness courses, sexual harassment seminars and team building excercises?
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Hey Dani, nice work, yup they were the headers. Now I am no expert at reading them, but incase other people are, here they are:

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To me, they look very convincing indeed.
Compare to another one from another civil servant.

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They appear to be of similar forms
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Its not really a headline maker - Lonely Civil Servant Seeks Woman With GSOH and OHAC non smoker preferred. Obviously they are getting paid far to much and have far too much time on their hands for our own good.
Damn I'm a smoker
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They are VERY similar...why am I getting this?
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Hey me too, want to meet up?
Does your fiancee smoke too?*flutters eyelashes*
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They are VERY similar...why am I getting this?
Ignore it. If you get more, then worry.
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Ignore it. If you get more, then worry.
Oh my god, I've e-mailed back asking who the hell it is!
Oops...
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I've had a revelation: its a cryptic invitation to become a spy!
Well don't let me piss on your fire, but erm, helloooo? What are we talking about, would they really e-mail an 18 year old girl to ask her to be a spy?
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Oh my god, I've e-mailed back asking who the hell it is!
Oops...
Do let us know if he emails you back... and I do hope you attached a photo!
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Well don't let me piss on your fire, but erm, helloooo? What are we talking about, would they really e-mail an 18 year old girl to ask her to be a spy?
i reckon they wouldnt email them but an 18 yr old is a perfect unsuspecting spy. she could be chewing her gum outside a newsagents.. no one knowing she's watching them...
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i reckon they wouldnt email them but an 18 yr old is a perfect unsuspecting spy. she could be chewing her gum outside a newsagents.. no one knowing she's watching them...
and be telling her friends ALLLLLLLLLLL about it
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