Without Thinking. I have many friends who still forward emails or repost Facebook posts without thinking. These rules are for them.

1.      
I understand that not forwarding an email will not
bring bad luck, cause me to lose friends, or erase my mailing lists.

2.      
I acknowledge that forwarding an email will not make
me hear music or see bizarre images of taco dogs.

3.      
I recognize that Bill Gates is not sending me money,
and Victoria’s Secret is not aware of any gift certificates they’re supposed to
give me.

4.      
I am aware that Ford will not offer me a 50% discount,
no matter how many people I forward an email to.

5.      
I will not expect to receive gift certificates,
coupons, or freebies from any company for forwarding an email to a certain
number of people.

6.      
I am confident that I will not encounter pop-up
windows or any other sudden surprises by forwarding emails.

7.      
I understand that there is no email tracking program
that rewards me with money for forwarding emails to a specific number of
people.

8.      
I recognize that the story of a child with cancer from
Make-a-Wish collecting cards is outdated, and I will not perpetuate this
misinformation.

9.      
I am not gullible enough to believe that the
government is planning to charge me for every email I send; there is no such
bill in Congress.

10.   
I will not expect any flashy animations, dancing
characters or colourful flowers to appear on my screen after forwarding an
email.

11.   
I acknowledge that the American Red Cross does not
donate money based on how many people I forward an email to; they rely on
genuine donations.

12.   
I will not allow anyone to guilt-trip me into
forwarding emails by questioning my friendship or faith. If God has a message
for me, I trust it won’t come through an email chain.

Originally Published on https://boomersnotsenior.blogspot.com/

I served as a teacher, a teacher on Call, a Department Head, a District Curriculum, Specialist, a Program Coordinator, and a Provincial Curriculum Coordinator over a forty year career. In addition, I was the Department Head for Curriculum and Instruction, as well as a professor both online and in person at the University of Phoenix (Canada) from 2000-2010.

I also worked with Special Needs students. I gave workshops on curriculum development and staff training before I fully retired

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