More Misdirected Mail

(Sorry for the tacky alliteration. It was too good to pass up.)

So it normally takes a while before I get another classic misdirected email, but this one came for me today (names have been changed to protect the innocent... and lazy):

From: jsmith@___.com
Subject: FW: Anthony Smith - midquarter warning
Date: February 4, 2009 7:22:17 PM CST
To: anthony@mac.com

You are in big trouble, Mister. Suggest you get this work turned in immediately.

Jane Smith, B, CMCA, AMS
Director, Client Services

(Work info snipped)
 Please consider the environment before printing this e-mail

-----Original Message-----
From: George Smith
Sent: Wednesday, February 04, 2009 3:20 PM
To: 'Jane Smith'
Subject: FW: Anthony Smith - midquarter warning

-----Original Message-----
From: John James
Sent: Wednesday, February 04, 2009 3:10 PM
To: George Smith
Subject: Anthony Smith - midquarter warning

Dear Mr. and Mrs. Smith,

Anthony owes me a number of homework assignments for AP Statistics. I
have the feeling that he's partially completed most of them, but he
hasn't submitted them. Due to this, he's currently receiving a C- in
the class. We talked about this issue some during parents' weekend, and
you voiced the concern that he's not happy turning in an assignment
unless it's fully completed. Any encouragement you can give him to
finish the assignments would be great. I'm happy to work with him on
the problems he has yet to do so the assignments can be fully
completed. Please contact me if you have any questions or additional

take care,

John James

This brought back so many memories...

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