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From: cyj_MiraculousHealthVillage <bqm_HealthConcerned856864@yahoo.com>
Subject: health issue? you have? adv kon
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Date: Fri, 24 Jan 2003 07:04:34 -0800
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Miraculous Health Letter
We have MANY attestations on file at this Co. for miracles, everything from cancer recovery,
to pneumonia to....you name it! What's your "health issue"? In a nutshell, exceptional nutrients is
GOOD, but modern-times' nature and manufactured foods have been recently discovered as
missing a basic needed group of saccharides ("sugars", but the group that is not sweet or is
the "bad sugar" kind) which are VITAL in the body for putting the cells back into basically good
communication IN ORDER FOR THE NUTRIENTS TO KNOW WHERE TO GO!
Resolved, "voila!": "Miracles" do occur!
I myself personally have had a lower back pain helped-out completely. Never
thought this would help it as usual "pinched-off disk" explanation was ASSUMED. Surprise,
it was an inflammation at lower spine joint that was assisted into repair with this "miracle".
Send me your snail-address WITH tele-no.and I send you info of website & free tape in the mail by
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"It" can most likely help. God-Speed! :-) ................. jb
Re: Cross image to the left: see public service announcement after the wrangling about
uce & spam at very bottom, :-)
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UCE vs "Spam" Info: Basically uce is the correct legal form, as opposed to "blatant" spam,
because it has contact means and mailer DOES actual removes, AND "ADV" for
"advertisement" is in the subject-line. People have a tendency to
do the A=A=A association by ACCIDENT of "all emails from unknowns is spam", but this is, as
I say, a reactive association and incorrect. If you don't believe it, become a member of
latimes.com, then enter "spam 9/28/02" in Search engine there and read the WHOLE article,
and you'll see how the courts see it. World needs to grow-up and see uce is nothing more
legal and issue-wise than "junk mail" in your home Mail-Box! :-) It's ONLY because of reactive
response and Internet being in early Wild-West days that wild conclusions had been incorrectly
arrived at! Thank you VERY much! God-Bless America! Now let's go after REAL targets, like
Public Service announcement: Personal problems you'd like resolved? listen in to
this advice Sunday morning show "The Jesus Christ Show" on www.kfi640.com, 6am to 8am Pacific
Time-USA via the web, it's unlike any advice show you've ever heard! Thank you, over 'n out! :-,)