gouranga? Whats this got to do with GTA?

Anyone else got this funny email as spam?

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From: “Neateye” Add to Address BookAdd to Address Book

To: “Samwblack”

Subject: Gouranga

Date: Wed, 11 May 2005 19:44:15 +0100

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Call out Gouranga be happy!!!

Gouranga Gouranga Gouranga ….

That which brings the highest happiness!!

I’ve included the full e-mail headers to show it’s genuine and not been bounced around a lot.

A little investigation (Google is you friend) showed up this;

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gouranga

So it’s a bit of harmless fun? More likely the Hare Krishna people wanting bloggers to

put it up and Google for it, find their website and generate more traffic.

But then I’m a cynic.

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