Thursday, April 26, 2012

So I have been getting some emails lately from someone named Brian (name changed to protect their identity), and it appears he is a rather well off individual that appears to maybe be some kind of video production producer.  The reason I have been getting his emails is because he has an email address very similar to mine.  In fact it only has one letter different. The @domainname.com part is plural on his and singular on mine like so:

    mine: fakeemail@companycreative.com
    his: fakeemail@companycreatives.com
    (companycreative.com is fake and is nothing close to either of our emails)

Hmmm, now what to do.  I get emails ranging from script pitches to minutes from movie production meetings (very big and popular movies).  And the latest ...

I got 2 emails from a VERY big and expensive car dealership in Los Angeles, CA:

The first had 5 pictures of a very beautiful Porsche Turbo Panamera, and the second had the credit application to buy it.  This is where the trolling starts :)

I responded to the first email:
            "I am just not digging the Porsche."

And I responded to the second email:
            "I am pretty sure my credit is not good enough for a Porsche. Sorry, maybe next time."

They responded back to the second email:
            "no problem, but thanks"

NO PORSCHE FOR YOU UNTIL YOU LEARN WHAT YOUR EMAIL IS!