from an email sent to us by a HAVC professor:
This was not hard to recognize as a fraud. but should you warn others?
Professor Emerita of History of Art and Visual Culture
University of California
1156 High Street
Santa Cruz, CA 95064
>From: [redacted] <[redacted]@ucsc.edu>
>Subject: Re: EMAIL ACCOUNT MAINTENANCE
> >if you can’t write proper english you should go soak your head.
>At 04:02 PM 2/23/2009, you wrote:
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