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Very unusual spam

I can't believe I'm doing this.

I got a very unusual piece of spam a few weeks ago with the subject "[a time]Time Travelers PLEASE HELP!!! [a string of numbers and letters]".

The message read:

[a different string of numbers and letters]=Hello, If you are a Time Traveler from Dimension [some numbers and letters], year 2008 or Dimension [some other numbers and letters], year 2432 and or in possession of the Dimensional Warp Generator wrist watch, the Carbon Copy Replica model #[a number] series or similar technology I need your help! My entire life and health has been messed with by evil beings! I simply need the safest method of transferring my consciousness or returning to my younger self with my current mind/memory. I need an advanced time traveler to work with who can help me, I'd would prefer someone with access to teleportation as well as a variety different types of time travel. This is not a joke! I am serious! Please send a separate email to me at: [an email address] if you can help! Thanks

I've removed all of the various numbers which probably serve as a fingerprint of my copy of this message to the person who sent it. Probably they're just checking for valid email addresses or something of the sort. But hey, at least they're having fun with it. And then again, you never know ...

Where can I get one of those dimension warp generating watches?


It turns out this one is old news (although based on my inbox it's hard to believe I haven't received every piece of spam and every viral meme out there): Joey blogged this (and his reponse) over nine months ago!

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