A genuine notice of a virus refers readers to a genuine anti-virus site for
verification that the virus does exist. If there is no website reference
given, and they ask you to forward this warning to everyone, beware. The
real virus here is the proliferation of all the email messages being sent.
At 08:43 PM 6/29/99 +0200, you wrote:
>Thanks to everyone who responded to my query, Mark Bennett confirmed that
>both "viruses" WOBBLER and "Win a Holiday" are hoaxes. They are listed on
>the Symantec (Norton) Anti-Virus hoax page:
I saw a sign at a gas station. It said 'help wanted'. There was another
sign below it that
said 'self service'. So I hired myself. Then I made myself the boss. I gave
myself a raise. I
paid myself. Then I quit.