I hate, hate, hate email forwards. There's never been a faster way to spread harmful and useless rumors than with the invention of the internet. Some email forwards are harmful and pointless. Others misinform American citizens about the companies they support, get people up-in-arms about false information and undeservingly damage reputations.
I have family members and friends that will receive these forwards and get all nuts about them (with no research on their part as to the validity before doing their part to spread the lie) and will forward them to every Tom, Dick and Harry in their address books (including myself).
How can you respectfully let someone know that they're contributing to rumors and misinformation? No matter how many times I ask, they still send me the forwards they think are "important."
(Examples, the FCC is removing Christian broadcasting, Starbucks doesn't support our troops ect.)
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