Club Spamford

In case you were looking for a reason to have an even lower opinion of the kind of person who would own a nightclub:

Exiled Spam King's Go-Go Life:

As the head of Philadelphia-based junk e-mail firm Cyber Promotions, Sanford Wallace was cyberspace's most hated person in the 1990s. "Spamford" Wallace once boasted of sending 25 million junk e-mails per day on behalf of clients ranging from porn sites to spam-software vendors. By some estimates Cyber Promotions was responsible for 80 percent of the spam on the Net.

Today, young nightclub-goers in this woodsy section of southern New Hampshire know Wallace simply as "DJ MasterWeb" -- the head disk jockey and owner of Plum Crazy, a popular night spot that features hip-hop and reggae tunes, along with a cadre of young female dancers in metal cages.

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Current Music: Orgy -- Platinum ♬

5 Responses:

  1. psymbiotic says:

    Good. I now know where to forward all of my junk snail mail I get, and who to address it to.

    The bastard must PAY!. >:D

    Egan >:>

  2. Then we can assault him en masse and shove him in one of your mannequin tubes for public derision for a few weeks.

  3. belgand says:

    So... where are the young ladies in cages?

  4. marklyon says:

    Alongside recent weight-loss and body-part-growth mass e-mails have been messages from Robert Todino (781.933.8869), 22, of Woburn, Mass., who uses spam (100 million messages so far) to locate time-travel hardware to buy because of his need to revisit his childhood, during which he believes a woman drugged him and implanted a device to give her followers the ability to monitor his every move.

    According to an August Wired magazine story, Todino has earnestly been seeking an "Acme 5X24 series time transducing capacitor with built-in temporal displacement" and an "AMD Dimensional Warp Generator module containing the GRC79 induction motor," among other gadgets, but that "the conspiracy" has subverted his attempts to acquire them.