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March 22, 2008

Percival H. Lintmuffin – Nelly Nwagod c.o./Mr. Williams

March 20, 2008 

My lintmuffin account received an email from a Mrs. Nelly Nwagod who was contacting to remind me about the $550 000 I was owed. $550 000?! It rings a bell. Just in case it had slipped my mind, Mrs. Nwagod was kind enough to refresh my memory – and suggest I get in touch with her lawyer to help expedite the transaction. Percival H. Lintmuffin sent her legal representative the following response:

“Dearest Mr. Williams,

I received an email from a Mrs. Nelly Nwagod informing me of some developments in a business matter I have absolutely no memory of ever having taken part in. That said, simply because I can’t remember it doesn’t mean it didn’t happen as I’ve been incredibly absentminded of late, misplacing my house keys, my glasses, and my meandering nephew Jibarki over the course of one recent afternoon (Thank God I found the house keys or I would‘ve really been screwed!). So I suppose it shouldn’t be all that surprising that a $550 000 transaction would slip my mind. However, sitting back and re-reading the email, I was able to recall some elements of the deal that were not covered in Mrs. Nwago’d correspondence. For instance, I believe the sum I am owed is more like $750 000. And, in addition to the cash, I was also promised a Nintendo Wii, six cases of malt liquor, a new liver, and your undying friendship. Does any of this ring a bell? I sure hope so.

Get back to me to confirm.

Sincerely,

Percival H. Lintmuffin”

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