Monday, October 15, 2007

Slusho Distribution Email Reply

I received a response today to the email I sent regarding Slusho! distribution:
Dear Dennis,

Thank you for your interest in becoming a distributor of Slusho! brand happy drink and joining the Tagruato family! We would be very excited to work with you in spreading the joy of Slusho! all over the world!

In light of a storm of false claims of business purpose, we have been forced to institute a verification policy. The first step is to forward documents of authenticity. We will need a copy of your articles of incorporation before proceeding with Slusho! distribution opportunity. We apologize for the inconvenience this will cause you.

Sincerely,
Tzigane Koga, Customer Service
Office of Daiske Kagashima

"Exploring our world. Ensuring your future."
I put the full email header info in the comments.

UPDATE: According to Unfiction reports, everyone is getting the same email.

31 comments:

  1. Which begs the question, should someone reply with a counterfit articles of incorporation?

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  2. Of Course!

    But counterfit sounds so... sordid. I prefer "alternate reality" articles of incorporation ;)

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  3. Here's kind of a good template:
    http://www.lectlaw.com/forms/f163.htm

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  4. Here's the header info:

    From 18kagashimad@tagruato.jp Mon Oct 15 10:12:43 2007
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    Date: Mon, 15 Oct 2007 10:12:43 -0700
    From: 18kagashimad@tagruato.jp
    Subject: RE: Slusho Distribution
    To: Dennis
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  5. i didn't get an email at all :( maybe it was because i wrote to them before they put up the 'contact us immediately' banner

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  6. I also got no return message, but I asked about rental units.

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  7. no response for me either. i asked about getting one for my apartment building to spread the joy of slusho

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  8. hey check out the new happy talk clue: you can go see if for yourself if you think im lying i print screened it and cropped it down to a not so HUGE size

    http://i21.tinypic.com/30lz3p1.jpg

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  9. Dust to Dust said... hey check out the new happy talk clue: you can go see if for yourself if you think im lying i print screened it and cropped it down to a not so HUGE size

    The new happy talk came out on the 5th. I have a list of all the new Happy Talk here: http://cloverfieldclues.blogspot.com/2007/10/slushojp-more-new-happy-talk.html

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  10. too much noise for "The Host" remake

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  11. hey i went and clicked on the red crab six times and he umm well he cries... and gets angry....

    i got the idea form the happy talk... theres a red crab on teh history tab

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  12. If you read the post I linked above, you would see that "on red crab 6 times" was submitted by Red Walrus from Unfiction.

    It is made up from the two "answers" in Jamie's latest video - Cornbread and 6 times

    On Red Crab is an anagram for Cornbread.

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  13. what does it mean exactly thats really intresting though... also i noticed the hammer the cheese and the blue oven mit....

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  14. hammers crack open CRAB shells....

    tagurato is a deep sea drilling which prolly wakes the crab...

    the japanese cook cooked with deap sea CRAB

    on red CRAB is cornbread

    so its no mystery anymroe its going to be a CRAB we just dont know how big..... or exactly what it will look like right?

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  15. Dust to Dust said... the japanese cook cooked with deap sea CRAB

    BZZZT. Wrong. The Japanese chef cooked with deep sea NECTAR.

    Any reference to Crab in the recipe was a mis-translation.

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  16. ohhh ok .. well i read a recipe that obviously mis-translated then, but you have to admit the refreence to crab is quite strong... and consistant

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  17. i mean thinkn of it this way they could have easliy reffered squid or a beast of some other species but crab...seems to pop up often..

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  18. check out this site its old but some guys was throwing a fit abotu the "possibility" of it being real.....


    http://www.isawhim.blogspot.com/

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  19. also BLOOP is apparntley an official little term in itself as well ...


    http://www.theage.com.au/articles/2002/06/13/1023864318809.html

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  20. fairly certain that the first one is a gamejack because if that was a real site it would have been mentioned in the back pages.

    as for the second one thats also been mentioned in the older pages so yer late on that to. nice try way to not win.

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  21. I like how when some one new-er to the discussion rolls in with old info, we're cocky jerks.

    Lets not fly that way gang.

    Kevin

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  22. its not like it takes a lot to read the old posts it took at the most 5 hours.

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  23. hell. on the main page for the blog is the article about the sayings scrolling even would help.

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  24. Dust to Dust said...

    hammers crack open CRAB shells....

    ok...what about oven mitts and cheese?

    tagurato is a deep sea drilling which prolly wakes the crab...

    speculation

    the japanese cook cooked with deap sea CRAB

    false

    on red CRAB is cornbread

    coincidence

    so its no mystery anymroe its going to be a CRAB we just dont know how big..... or exactly what it will look like right?

    No, not really.


    Dust to Dust said... check out this site its old but some guys was throwing a fit abotu the "possibility" of it being real..... http://www.isawhim.blogspot.com/

    This site is OOG (out-of-game, i.e. fake). For a list of all the OOG sites, check out: http://forums.unfiction.com/forums/viewtopic.php?t=20604


    Dust to Dust said... also BLOOP is apparntley an official little term in itself as well ... http://www.theage.com.au/articles/2002/06/13/1023864318809.html

    Remember, Bloop was also fan submitted, so it is probably unrealted to the movie.

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  25. zurcher said...
    nice try way to not win. ... its not like it takes a lot to read the old posts it took at the most 5 hours. ... hell. on the main page for the blog is the article about the sayings scrolling even would help.

    Lets be nice :)

    Kevin said... I like how when some one new-er to the discussion rolls in with old info, we're cocky jerks. Lets not fly that way gang.

    Thanks Kevin, I agree. No need to beat down the newcomers.

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  26. omg there are lots of new slusho talk.

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  27. So much speculation surrounds what the monster will actually be, constant clue searching, slight coincidences, all seem to be very vague. It seems to me that this may be a straight forward exercise in creating buzz as opposed to a witchhunt for the monster. More like the way The Blair Witch Project created a back story before the film, this appears to be doing a similar thing.

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  29. Dennis, on the oven mitt and cheese...

    Obviously to enjoy the crab with the cheese, it's got to be hot, so you'll need the oven mitt, and well, cheese is just delicious.

    Just kidding.

    Kevin

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  30. there's a third video at Jamie and Teddy, just to let you know

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