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----- Original Message -----
From: Daniel Spalding--Gooneybird
Date:  Friday, January 23, 2009 7:39 PM
To:        info@lailvineyards.com <info@lailvineyards.com>; info@porthos.com <info@porthos.com>;  
             Wines@LambertBridge.com <Wines@LambertBridge.com>;
             matt@lamborn.com <matt@lamborn.com>; info@lancaster-estate.com <info@lancaster-estate.com>;
             info@larkmead.com <info@larkmead.com>; 
             info@larsonfamilywinery.com <info@larsonfamilywinery.com>; Winery@lasirenawine.com;
             <Winery@lasirenawine.com>; tlatour@latoursignaturegroup.com        
             <tlatour@latoursignaturegroup.com>; barbara.latour@sbcglobal.net <barbara.latour@sbcglobal.net>
Subject:    Pond and Lake-bottom MUCK, algai, scum, pondweeds, clogged irrigation filters

 

We don't like spam either, but you might really need us for helping you on the subject of your lakes.  Thanks, dan spalding--Gooneybird

Wine Country Lake Preservation!

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Supporting Printed Material for Continuous Lake Inversion
OXYGEN 101 The Importance of Oxygen at the bottom of ponds and lakes.
Pond Weeds 101 BASIC WEED CONTROL in Ponds and Lakes
Biodegradation of Organic Sediments - MUCK REMOVAL for Clean Lake Bottom
About Grass Carp; Growing Algae to feed Grass Carp is Oxymoronic
DUCKWEED: Eliminating it Without Chemicals 
Trophic State Explained: What category is Your Lake or Pond?
Testimonial of leaving Manganese in the Water Reservoir bottom rather than treating it in the Purification Plant.pdf


Supporting Videos for Continuous Lake Inversion
Scotia, NY, Parks & Rec. Dir. Briefing.mp4     Scotia, NY, Jim Marks & Brian Kling--FOX NEWS "Sustainable Planet".mp4    
Scotia, NY, FoxNewsSidebar.mp4          Scotia  NY, Lily Pads, Milfoil--Curly Leaf Pondweed.mp4    
      Duckweed, Startup of Clean-Flo System.mp4    
CLEAN-FLO INT Video of Applications--Reservoirs, Rivers, Lagoons and Ocean Bays .mpg 10 Minutes
File 2 of CLEAN-FLO Applications .mpg 10 Minutes
Bill Dance, Professional Fisherman on Vertex Water Features Aeration Systems 5 Minutes
Lakebed Aeration, How It Works--Quick Look at Diffusers In Action

Gooneybird

Daniel Spalding, "Gooneybird"
We Do Pure Air and Lake Care
Gooneybird's LLC
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 On Mon, 1/26/09, Daniel Spalding--Gooneybird <DanielSpalding@CenturyTel.net> wrote:

From: Daniel Spalding--Gooneybird <DanielSpalding@CenturyTel.net>
Subject: Re: Pond and Lake-bottom MUCK, algae, scum, pondweeds, clogged irrigation filters
To: "Matt Lamborn" <matt@lamborn.com>
Date: Monday, January 26, 2009, 2:20 PM

Matt,
    I'm not sure what you mean by your response.  Hopefully you are not classifying this as Spam.
Are you possibly interested in improving the ecology in your lakes?
Thanks again, dan
From: Matt Lamborn
Sent: Friday, January 23, 2009 8:07 PM
Subject: Re: Pond and Lake-bottom MUCK, algai, scum, pondweeds, clogged irrigation filters
No spam
(sent from mobile)
On Jan 23, 2009, at 5:39 PM, "Daniel Spalding--Gooneybird" <DanielSpalding@CenturyTel.net> wrote:

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Hey there Dan,
Yes, I was. I understand, we all need to market. But it is spam. See here.
I do care about riparian ecologies, etc. but please remove me from your list.
Thank you.
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E-mail spam has steadily, even exponentially grown since the early 1990s to several billion messages a day. Spam has frustrated, confused, and annoyed e-mail users. Laws against spam have been sporadically implemented, with some being opt-out and others requiring opt in e-mail. The total volume of spam (over 100 billion emails per day as of April 2008) has leveled off slightly in recent years, and is no longer growing exponentially. The amount received by most e-mail users has decreased, mostly because of better filtering. About 80% of all spam is sent by fewer than 200 spammers. Botnets, networks of virus-infected computers, are used to send about 80% of spam. Since the cost of the spam is borne mostly by the recipient[6], it is effectively postage due advertising.

E-mail addresses are collected from chatrooms, websites, newsgroups, and viruses which harvest users' address books, and are sold to other spammers. Much of spam is sent to invalid e-mail addresses. ISPs have attempted to recover the cost of spam through lawsuits against spammers, although they have been mostly unsuccessful in collecting damages despite winning in court.[7][8]

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Matt,
    Sorry about the SPAM...if that is what you take it to be.  I'll have to leave you in my records to remind me that you don't want to hear from me again.  
    I think my email would be more like the "UCE", which refers specifically to unsolicited commercial e-mail.  The lists I have gathered have developed over a period of about four months that I have grudgingly spend day after day searching telephone directories for the winery and vineyard names and addresses; doing Google Searches on the actual name so I can find the website; so I can read and learn about the company and try to discern whether or not they have a body of water somewhere; so I wont be bothering someone that doesn't have a pond or lake anyway.
    Then after reading all about the family of winemakers and learning everything we can about the winemaking business from the individual websites, I look very carefully for physical address, an email address and telephone number so I can add that directly to the window of my Google Place Mark for future reference.
    The Google Place Mark is developed from the information I got from your website.  That gets me to a point out in the middle of the road somewhere, but most of the time I can't readily tell which place is yours or whether or not it has a pond or lake on it.  So I save the image and place it on a page I have created on the website.  In your case Matt, it turned out to be a place down town that looks like a warehouse district.  Obviously there aren't any ponds or lakes there...so I can't tell where you vineyards are or if they have any lakes.

    Granted...it is a pitiful way of doing business.  After all the four months of diligence I have only made initial contact with those from the As to the Ls.  I never mentioned the one thousand post cards I had printed special to send via snail mail. (I've still got about 800 of them left over.)  For a long time I was actually printing the Google Image on the reverse side of the post card and doing a reverse image address.  Doing that, I used up about a hundred dollars worth of ink to print that small number of cards.  All that expense adds up to inflating the cost of the product I'm trying to sell...and that aint good for either party.
    Calling on the telephone is considered to be illegal "Telemarketing"
    Going door-to-door is against the law in most communities.
    Mass mailing of printed materials is a waste of natural resources and also inflates the product cost.

    The alternative is going on welfare...which I've done now by signing up for Social Security.  (I turned 62 day after Christmas in case you want to send me a bottle of wine for my 63rd.)  I rest my case, even though I'd like to spend more time actually describing how much work it was to send you an email that failed to interest you in making a purchase.     

Oh Matt,  I noticed you replied via your "mobile" device.  I hope you weren't driving (LOL).  I'd hate to think I might have caused an accident.  And in order to keep from having to write this all over again if someone else complains, I'll just refer them to this page.  I would send all this to you but that would exacerbate the spam issue.  Life is really complicated nowadays.

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