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(0) One day a boy named Jake was out in the city.He was a NY detective.He had a blue notepad and a crooked old pencil in his hand.He jotted some notes down as he looked closely to the people who passed him.He was also a book writer.He turned to the corner and saw nothing.He took his laptop out of his rather large pocket and started to type in his computer ized notepad.He checked his mail and nothing.But later on that day he got mail.And blackmail as well. (Jennifer, Age 8 to 12, 12/26/2002 5:54:17 PM, Youve_got_mail)

(1) and boy is this lame!!! (Annabell, Age 8 to 12, 5/30/2003 6:54:35 PM, Youve_got_mail)

(2) (This story is not interesting. I thought it would be more horror to it) (Ginger_Snapes, Age 13 to 18, 7/30/2003 1:27:11 PM, Youve_got_mail)

(3) Well, no one wrote in it yet! So why don't we stop complaining and write. Good idea? (sophian, Age 8 to 12, 8/11/2003 4:42:46 PM, Youve_got_mail)

(4) "Oh, wow. Why would somebody send this?" (Selina, Age 8 to 12, 9/18/2003 7:42:38 PM, Youve_got_mail)

(5) I don't care.I only like harry potter stories so will some one please go rate my story its Love is Always the Thing.Or go do your own I don't care as long as I stay out of these stories I DON'T CARE! (A.H. Your mystery person ask Jaz for my name, Age 8 to 12, 10/7/2003 9:12:19 PM, Youve_got_mail)

(6) In the e-mail it said "I know what you did last Winter." (Hannah, Age 13 to 18, 1/11/2004 6:15:57 PM, Youve_got_mail)

(7) The detective did something last winter. He killed his "friend" because his "friend" killed his son. (Steven, Age 8 to 12, 1/11/2004 6:23:41 PM, Youve_got_mail)

(8) The black mailer saw what happened and took pictures of the detective murdering his friend. (Sarah, Age 8 to 12, 1/11/2004 6:29:29 PM, Youve_got_mail)

(9) The black mailer wanted information about another murder. All of that kind of information cannot be given to people. Only police and detective can view it. (Jessie, Young Adult, 1/11/2004 6:36:49 PM, Youve_got_mail)

(10) The detective looked at the e-mail address who sent it and searhed the name by e-mail. When the results came there were no names. So the detective thought it was a disposiable e-mail address that Yahoo Mail! Plus can provide for unwanted mail. But he also thought that it could show that name too. (Brian, Age 13 to 18, 1/11/2004 6:51:37 PM, Youve_got_mail)

(11) Most likely, he would be able to find it with tracer software. He bought it at Gateway and downloaded onto his PC to track every e-mail. It would provide name, address, age, phone number, even pictures. All he had to do now was wait for the next e-mail. (Jump Up the Story, Age 13 to 18, 2/19/2004 11:44:01 AM, Youve_got_mail)