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get a lot of junk mail? this might reduce it

Discussion in 'Random Discussion' started by buddhafabio, Oct 18, 2003.

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  1. buddhafabio

    buddhafabio Thread Starter

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    they can send all the junk mail they want to me.

    what i do to combat this is if they send an envelope to send back attachments (i.e. credit card applications) i put as much stuff as the envelope can hold, trying to get it to weigh at least a 1 lb . and include my address and send it back. they prepay the postage on the envelope and have to pay extra for additional weight.

    it works like a charm excpt for those annoying walmart adds. but....then agian that is what i use for filler.
     
  2. KeithKman

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    LOL, nice! :D
     
  3. buddhafabio

    buddhafabio Thread Starter

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    i seriously do this.

    i let those pieces of mail stack up and like once a month. i then sit watch tv stuffing envelops.
     
  4. lisaa7002

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    OH that's evil! I can't wait to try it!
     
  5. buddhafabio

    buddhafabio Thread Starter

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    before missouri got the nocall list you should have heard what i said to the telemarkiters, i was so evil to them they threatened to take me from the list. for example one of my faviorite was when carpet cleaners called and i responded by asking "do you do blood stains", they would reply yeah......then i would ask"do you do human body disposial" all i heard was click.
     
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