Secret key without public key

Jerry gnupg.user at
Tue Mar 30 11:25:37 CEST 2010

On Mon, 29 Mar 2010 19:17:30 -0500, CONNIE RODRIGUEZ
<CONNIE.RODRIGUEZ at> articulated:

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This email and any files transmitted with it are confidential and
intended solely for the use of the individual or entity to which they
are addressed. If you are not the intended recipient of this
transmission, please delete it immediately.

Obviously, I am the idiot who sent it to you by mistake. Furthermore,
there is no way I can force you to delete it. Worse, by the time you
have reached this disclaimer you have all ready read the document.
Telling you to forget it would seem absurd. In any event, I have no
legal right to force you to take any action upon this email anyway.

This entire disclaimer is just a waste of everyone's time and
bandwidth. Therefore, let us just forget the whole thing and enjoy a
cold been instead.

NOTE: If you are still insistent upon putting an offensive  and legally
unenforceable disclaimer in your e-mail, thereby wasting precious
bandwidth and possibly putting tiny electrons in peril, at least have
the decency to precede it with a "sig delimiter". Posting in plain
text, as opposed to HTML would be appreciated also.

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