July 29, 2007
Computer viruses have nothing on my latest observation.
After a long-term study of office e-mail, I believe a message by itself can kill people.
Every time one arrives with only a person's name in the Subject line (usually a company employee), that person is already dead. Funeral arrangements will follow.
It's the same pattern: Message pops up, full name in subject line, dude/chick is dead.
I have not yet tested what happens if I send an e-mail with the name of a living person as the subject. Will he die the instant the message is opened? Will it be retroactive, killing him last night?
Some mysteries are better left unsolved.
And if any of you send one to me subbed "Michael Rittenhouse," know that I will not open it, and two can play that game.
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