Originally posted by gift0fpr0phecy
Now, look at the example e-mail on the above web page too...
Here is a couple of the first hits:
See, they are all unreadable and meaningless to everyone except Privacy Protection Service Inc. which uses the unique e-mails to identify their
customers. So that debunks ALL of main part of your entire OP and your random connections to certain corporations.
Your entire topic, Boondock, is nothing more than a huge distraction, and as SkepticOverlord put it, a wild goose chase into neverland.
thank you for your work,
you have just proved my point
with the e-mails you provided.
If the prefix for these e-mails were
computer generated, then a program or script
would create each e-mail with the exact same
amount of characters just like the Social Security
Administration assigns SS Numbers which are all
9 numbers in length.
Look at the list of e-mails you provided to find
that some e-mail pre-fixes are:
10 characters long:
9 characters long:
8 characters long:
the difference between the lengths of each of these
pre-fixes proves human creation, not computer
generation, else they would all have the exact
So if a human created them, then there is a high
chance of probability that the characters in each
can have meaning to it's creator.
computer generation of pre-fixes are now
debunked !!! And it makes your assessment flawed
along with your judgement of my investigation