Sneak was annoyed to learn that Google has changed the terms of service of its still-in-beta Gmail service, to stem the tide of speculators buying and selling accounts via eBay. Sneak must therefore find something else to do with the highly-desirable account-name with which Sneak had intended to make a vast fortune. Apparently giving away a Gmail account is still permitted, so Sneak will grumpily offer up the password to one new, unused, one-careful-owner Gmail account to the person who mails in the most persuasive reason for needing one. Send your pleadings to Sneak's usual (non-Gmail) address. To try to keep spammers and their filthy-snouted address sniffers at bay, Sneak will avoid writing out the prize email account address here. Entrants need only know that it is "barrelofmonkeys" followed immediately by @gmail.com.
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