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Ramblin' On: Ex-AOL Employee Learns His Lesson -- Don't Get Caught

Let's play a game of "What They Say/What they Mean," shall we? Jason Smathers, Ex-AOL employee convicted of stealing AOL screen names and selling them to SPAMMers says: "I know I've done something very wrong." What Jason Means: "By wrong,...

Let's play a game of "What They Say/What they Mean," shall we?

Jason Smathers, Ex-AOL employee convicted of stealing AOL screen names and selling them to SPAMMers says: "I know I've done something very wrong."

What Jason Means: "By wrong, I mean I shouldn't have stuck around here. I should have gotten onto that plane to the Bahamas when I had the chance."

Jason and his lawyer

Come on -- does anyone really believe that this guy's sorry? Please. Jason's sorry he's not drinking a frozen concoction in Margaritaville while taking a break from sunbathing on the beach. Jason's sorry he's not rolling in hundred dollar bills on top of his bed.

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