Some more photo galleries
have gone up, with hopefully more to follow. Again, not all the links on this site are fully operational - please bear with us. Adding photographs to weblogs is, admittedly, a fashionable conceit, but we like it. So there.
A Mrs. Nkonuko from the Auditing and Accounting Unit of the Foreign Operations Department of the Banque Togolaise writes with details of A LIFETIME OPPORTUNITY. We're tempted, but figure that the cut (30% of $7.2m - belonging to a 'deceased person who died in plane crash') probably, just probably, doesn't exist. There's a good chance that you could make more than $2.1m by writing a very pacy airport novel dealing with exactly this kind of scenario. The famous Nigerian 419
scam now has more websites
devoted to its exposure than almost any other contemporary con trick, and yet they continue to flood in. things
would like to declare that it owns the novelisation rights to 419
, an everyday tale of a desperate mid-Western business trying to save his skin in the heart of Lagos/Kabul/Togo, etc.
The truth is always stranger than fiction. This man
, for example, believes he is at the heart of a conspiracy by the British establishment to track him and talk to him through his television
. A fascinating, but ultimately sad and depressing study in paranoia (although the author strongly refutes this