Message from discussion Shining Star Media - Anyone here know more about them?
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From: James Lind <sun.ultr...@gmail.com>
Subject: Re: Shining Star Media - Anyone here know more about them?
Date: Wed, 6 Jun 2012 10:40:56 -0700 (PDT)
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On Jun 6, 1:13=A0pm, Paul <pssaw...@comcast.net.INVALID> wrote:
> "TOASTEDspam.com" <goo...@toastedspam.com> wrote innews:jqo04q$fu2$1@post=
> > James Lind wrote:
> >> On Jun 6, 6:33 am, "TOASTEDspam.com"<goo...@toastedspam.com>
> >> wrote:
> >>> James Lind wrote:
> >>>> Searched the group posts for anything about this SPAMmer.
> >>> Are they purveying Hormel processed canned meatlike substance?
> >>> Surely you meant "spammer", not "SPAMmer".
> >> There is a difference? (Hormel's claims not withstanding)
> >> jim
> > Yes. "SPAM", all caps, is a registered trademark of Hormel
> > Corporation.
> And is at least somewhat useful.
I'll concede that SPAM is edible, at least according to the US FDA and
also registered trademark of Hormel and that I have yet to receive
unsolicited email from them, or related companies.