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"And what the dead had no speech for, when living,
They can tell you, being dead: the communication
Of the dead is tongued with fire beyond the language of the living."
T.S. Eliot

Ah, I love email. I just get so darn excited when my email program chimes at me. Everyday I get hundreds of emails from people around the world, and let me say this. I'm scared. Real scared. Below are just a few examples of the kind of email I get. Every email is printed exactly as I got it, including all misspellings and insane ravings.

DLO for the week of March 25, 2001

Rebecca ( writes...

I've figured out the pattern.

Sincerely, Rebecca

If you put me on any kind of mailing list, I might sue, so don't.

    The Death Clock replies...

    No mailing list, but can I send you information about a wonderful investment opportunity??

Nameless from AOL ( writes...

You people are disgusting! How in the world do you think that you can actually tell when a certain individual is going to die? That's sick, just plain sick! I hope that someday, you wake up, and realize that it is. I pity your souls.

    The Death Clock replies...

    Let me bring in my guest commentator, Mr. T: "I pity the fool who can't tell reality from fantasy!!"

Sarah ( writes...

You know you have got a lot of nerve. I went to your sight for fun, but when i typed in the birthdays of some of my late friends and relatives, i found out (according to your sight) that they weren't supposed to be dead yet. And another thing. My father told me he was supposed to be dead in 1984, what happened there? I don't think your predictions are very accurate and i think you've got a lot of nerve leading people to a false "hope." Some people may take your sight very seriously and you don't know that. How do you think you really know when peoples' time is really up? There really is no one way to predict a death. Our fate is left in God's hands and i'm surprised at anyone who would try and take that away from God. I know you probably haven't taken a word of this seriously, but you should. I hope you reconsider a few of your sites on Thank you, Sarah, a concerned aol member

    The Death Clock replies...

    Ah, the world can sleep soundly tonight knowing that AOL members are watching out for us!

Carole ( writes...

I visited your website thinking it would be one of those "tests" -- the ones where you are asked about your habits -- smoking -- eating habits -- hereditary factors -- etc -- I was very disappointed -- while well done -- I think your website is "sick" -- and it could be harmful to people who are impresssionable / superstitious --

    The Death Clock replies...

    And I think you are "incompetent" and you like "quotes" a bit too much.


Carrie S ( writes...

Dear Whoever you are,

I visited your "death clock' Site on the net and I think you are sick. Why would you have such a morbid thing on your page. no one knows when someone else is going to die and if you did then why dont you save them. Everyone who sees that sight may be so gulible to believe that and plan to die. What are you going to do if they dont die?? Dont think anyone will notice? Not to mention marketing these death clocks it sems to me you are just some low life slacker hard up for cash. SO go get a job and stop praying on gulible people with low self esteem!!!!!


    The Death Clock replies...

    Yep, this week's theme is "sick" and the use of quotes.

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