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Ringgold County's Oral Legend & Memories Project


As I'm cleaning out my spam trap and my in-box (spam that squeaked through spam trap), I wonder. . . .

instead of spam for printer ink, free business cards, acai berry, green tea, "as seen on tv", and not to mention the X-rated spam - all of which I never asked for - nor would ever want -

why can't we get useful spam? Such as:

  • brickwalls knocked down within two mouse clicks

  • those elusive ancestors of yours

  • all the ancestral photographs you'll ever wish for

  • family census reports at a glance

  • everything you ever wanted to know about your ancestors -
        but was too afraid to ask

  • 500 free family trees of your family line

    If we got spam like that, I don't think the word "spam" would be such a dirty word. (However, I do like a nice fried spam sandwich from time to time, served on whole wheat bread with a touch of mustard.)

    Back to deleting those sexy Russian women who want to meet me - they are probably after my printer ink & free business cards.

    Submitted by Sharon R. Becker, May of 2009

    To contribute to "Tales from the Front Porch: Ringgold County's Oral Legend & Memories Project"
    contact Sharon R. Becker at
    Please include the word "Ringgold - Front Porch" in the subject line. Thank you.

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