OK, so posting my email address isn't very bright. But marking the lotteries and West African money scams just takes a second--less time than the email notifications I've asked for. Occasionally you get a gem.
No gem, but if SabaluMarket! has to spam me, what the heck? How can I turn down anybody with the slogan "Buy and sell Micronesia"? Besides, the Saipan garage sale is a bit out-of-control.
It made my day with the University of Loyola at CNMI ad. No slogan, but I think it's going to be something like "Get a third-world medical degree on U.S. soil". And that's a fine picture of the Call Center nee Nauru Building on the website.
Give them a chance you say? Sure, since the Governor wants the CNMI to become the Pacific's educational center. (Maybe they'll buy the Fiesta Mall instead of building a campus) I'll just give the director/cashier a call. Where else could you get a six-month test-taking course for only $14,000?
Please note, I didn't even use this opportunity to take a shot at Emmanuel College.
I liked the baseball. Too bad it's sold out, but I'll be keeping 20x200 around. Cheap art, what a concept.
So the email adress stays posted. The Internet Cafe, like Monty Python's, doesn't offer any dishes without at least a little spam.