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Subject: Verify your nomination admission - 2nd Notice

From: Executive Association <>

This email with the subject "Verify your nomination admission - 2nd Notice" was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Fri, 07 Feb 2014 08:11:18 -0800 and has been classified as a Employment/Job Scam.

The sender was Executive Association <>, although it may have been spoofed.

he U.S. Department of Homeland Security warned Wednesday that terrorists may try to smuggle explosives on Russia-bound planes using toothpaste tubes.

The threat was passed on to airlines that have direct flights to Russia, including some that originate in the United States, according to a law enforcement official speaking Wednesday on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to discuss details of the warning, which came hours before competition began at the Winter Olympics in the Black Sea resort town of Sochi, Russia.

The official said the airlines were warned that explosive devices could be assembled in flight or upon arrival at the Olympics.

You have been nominated
as a business professional in your career
nomination #8691031
For me it looked like a developer forgot to remove that line from a previous version of the ebuild.

Date: Feb 7th 2014

Welcome Fckyou,

Your hard work has earned your nomination/listing for the 2014 Business Who's Who Networking-Registry.

Your candidacy was approved earlier this week and your prompt response is required to confirm your correct professional information.

Take a moment to confirm the acceptance of your nomination -Here-.

United Airlines, the official airline of the U.S. Olympic team, does not have scheduled service to Russia but is operating some charter flights to Sochi.

Warm Regards,
Victoria Sanchez

welve medal events have been added to the program since the 2010 Vancouver Olympics. The introduction of those events leads to a busier schedule and the necessity to spread things out so athletes can rest and courses can be clear for other disciplines. This is most important in figure skating, which added a team event that has short and free programs for men, women, pairs and ice dancers. (Slopestyle and moguls qualifications also happened on Thursday.)
Even so, there are five off days on the skating schedule during the two weeks of the Olympics. Had organizers truly needed to squeeze every skating event into the 17 days the Olympic flame will be burning over Sochi, they could have.
Television rules all. Adding another day of Olympic competition means adding another day of Olympic telecasts. Thursday is traditionally one of the biggest television nights (along with Sunday). With all the money being paid to cover the Games by networks across the world, turning 17 days of Olympic coverage into 18 days is a nice bonus.
thAlso, in order to compress the figure skating schedule, the womens free skate, which takes place two weeks from now on Thurs., Feb. 20, likely would have had to move. Thats not good for television or sponsors. You want the biggest night of skating to take place on a big night of television, not buried on a Friday or Saturday. By frontloading the schedule, the Olympics didnt have to backload the final weekend.