looks like a normal signature
UPDATE: it is a signature:
<div class="pmsig"><div class="pmsig-941867">
<center><font color="#711f79"><font size="-1">say substr+lc crypt(qw $
But did you notice that after frying a 500 Dollar bill for exactly 23 seconds in a microwave (2300 watt) not only the inverted Google logo appears but the faces start resembling to Bill Gates and Steve Jobs at the same time?
(Important note: the micro-oven must have a pyramid shape.)
No kidding! ;-)
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