The guy wrote another message today that said, " do not estimate that. I have only fun if I chop. Stinks for you, because I will not stop, and you will not know, how I receive into this. They watch out better, because you do not know, which information I from you receive can." (It seems choppy because i am using altavista to translate his german to english.)
But Yahoo finnaly wrote back and they stated just the usual.
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