I recently reactivated my free yahoo.com email account so that I could test something for $work. I signed up for it 12 years ago, but stopped using it a couple of years later when I got my own domain @peknet.com. So yahoo finally deactivated it. All I had to do was click a couple of buttons to reactivate account, so that was painless. All my mail was, understandably, deleted.
Within 60 seconds of reactivating it, while I watched, I got one new message. In my Spam bucket. Hilarious.
What a dramatic subject line. These spam scams are getting more desperate.
I get literally hundreds of spam messages urging me to buy a higher education degree. I realized today why these kinds of messages must appeal, because I’ve had more than one dream in which I realized I had never graduated from high school or college and was completely unprepared to meet fill in challenge here.
These spam must be aimed at a kind of Jungian-level subconscious anxiety that manifests itself as the Unfinished Degree. Of course, there are plenty of folks who really do have unfinished degrees and are struggling in a competitive marketplace. But even a college-degreed person like myself still localizes my dream-time anxiety about life in not having finished school, and I suspect that is also at play.
The Unfinished Degree… <cue Jaws theme…>
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