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To: Pete & Aprille Chadwell <>
Subject: Re: Possible fraud / FW: URGENT BUSINESS PROPOSAL.
From: Dave Massey <>
Date: Fri, 1 Mar 2002 19:15:17 -0500
Cc: Triumphs Mailing List <>
Message text written by Pete & Aprille Chadwell
>I worked at a print shop in Kent, Washington years back and we had a 
couple of guys come in who claimed to own a carpet cleaning business, 
and they needed the usual print materials.  They had a cleaning 
system, supposedly, which used enzymes to 'eat' the dirt in your 
carpets.  We had an in-house designer who was doing all the design 
work, including a logo, and some little cartoony characters that I 
was hired to create.  I was included in a meeting with these bums to 
discuss their needs and I was immediately struck by the fact that 
every time either one of them said the word 'enzyme,' they pronounced 
it 'emzyne.'  It was pretty funny.  But it made me suspicious.  Now 
I've never been to college (art school, but not college) but I know 
damn good and well how to say 'enzyme'.  Why didn't EITHER ONE of 
these dupes know how to say it, when their business revolved around 
the alleged behavior of enzymes?  I mentioned this later to my 
superiors at the print shop and everyone agreed it was kind of 

And then there are those who don't know the proper pronunciation of


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