Via Andrew Sullivan, I read this not work-safe, and often offensive, site purporting to be the record of correspondence between two satirizing vigilantes and a Prince Soki Mobutu, a scam artist. As Sullivan notes, the two email vigilantes respond to Mobutu’s offer of a hidden hoard of loot from the Congo with the following enticing line: “Hello. My name is Mike. Sorry I didn’t get back to you sooner but I haven’t checked my email in awhile. Your proposal sounds very interesting to me and I want to help . . . I work in the music industry. I’m hoping to cut an album with my boy B-Smooth later next month. I was thinking that if I helped you get this money, then I would have enough to cover our expenses and even make a music video. What do you think?” We can imagine the recipient of this message, in some dingy internet cafe (My bet: in south Jersey), chuckling with evil glee. Little did s/he know.