More specifically is anyone getting email from them? I’m getting it to my work email account and I’d rather not. I can’t imagine I ever gave that email out to any sort of site, so I’m wondering how this is happening. There also doesn’t appear to be any opt-out option in the email either.
I went there once, a friend of mine had an art show there… Basic arty little cafe close to Love River. Had to bring your own beer, which wasn’t bad since there’s no bar cheaper than 7-11. Don’t recall too much more since it was BYOB.
I think he wants them to stop sending goddamned junk spam to his work email address, is all.[/quote]
Correct. What I’d REALLY like is for someone from the cafe (or someone that knows someone from the cafe) to post and let me know how to remove myself from the spam list. It really doesn’t go down that well when I receive pics of dogs shagging pigs (albeit cartoons) in my work email inbox, not to mention the man-ass pic I got today (not a cartoon).
I get them, but I guess I expect it since I have an art gallery above my restaurant. The dog shagging the pig is actually their logo and on the signs out front. More than likely the people sending you e-mails are artists not the owners of the cafe. I believe the next show does have some Taipei folk involved so that might be how they got your e-mail.