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yesterday I sent an e-mail. I got a message that it is delayed. I regret sending this mail.

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Yeah, it really sucks when your massage gets delayed. – Marcelo Cantos Jul 22 '10 at 8:35
Regrettable emails are all too common these days. Perhaps a massage will help you relax and not worry about it so much. – Marcelo Cantos Jul 22 '10 at 8:36

I recommend changing your identity or pretending someone else sent it.

Here, in Australia, there is a Journalist who got caught plagiarizing work (on his website) so he claimed someone hacked his website and they did it. Maybe tactic this could work for you.


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