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The most intriguing spam of the day…

You are receiving this email because we wish you to use our 3D/2D Animated
Movie/TV Series Services.

We are a China based Animated Movie/TV Series
Studio. with the technical,  creative and production capabilities to create a new generation of animated
feature films, merchandise and other related products. Our objective is to
combine proprietary technology and world-class creative talent to develop
computer-animated feature films with memorable characters and heartwarming
stories that appeal to audiences of all ages. We utilize the finest equipment
available in the industry, offer efficient data delivery and unrivaled quality
and work until the client is fully satisfied with the end product.

Core  Offerings
2D Animation
3D Animation
4D Animation

4D Animation!  You know I can’t resist time travel.  So I may no longer be posting here, but look for me in history books and scripture….

Matthew 14:13:  And so the droll and rather handsome Pharisee said unto the Lord, “Fish and loaves are adequate, but you really should serve cream cheese as well.  What is the point of being omnipotent if you are not omniscient?  And how about some gelato afterwards?”

Rome, 1508:  Pope Evgenivs V explained his legalization of gay marriage.  “It was the only way that I could prompt Leonardo to invent refrigeration.  History will thank me when, centuries from now, tourists will be visiting the Sistine Gelateria.”

Washington–April, 1865:  The performance of “Our American Cousin” was interrupted by the assassination of Mary Lincoln.  “Damn,” complained actress Laura Keene, “That got a bigger laugh than the play.”  The culprit seems to have escaped.  In apparently unrelated news, the social event of the year was the ice cream social at the Stantons.

Versailles–1871:  The Prussian Chancellor pledged to unify Germany with “reisling und marzipan.”

And the world lived happily ever after.

  1. Joan Stewart Smith says:

    Yes, some spam is intriguing, but the daily photo of the Russian woman named Angel with her teddy bear and faux breasts is so tedious. Since you seem to have special powers, maybe you could intervene and tell her to get out of my inbox?

    • Eugene Finerman says:


      My powers are 4-D animation, not D cup animation. However, I am appalled that the Smithsonian would use such an advertisement for its Steiff animals exhibit.


  2. Rafferty Barnes says:

    I got that spam too! And I usually only get one spam e-mail a week .

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