A Spam as Lovely as a Tree

This is a strange spam I recently received.  Strange, because the point of it is impenetrable: it offers no service, it solicits no funds.

Greetings.

Facade, Proxy, and Factory
stress for children
of every internal industry 

Sincerely, Maryellen Harrison.

I think if I got more spam like this, I wouldn’t mind it so much.  It’s almost peaceful in its haiku-like quality.

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