Весь мейл приводить не буду - только кусочек, для примера и в попытке понять, что мне теперь делать со всей этой информацией, которую человек вываливает незнакомой девице:
P.S. Because you radiated a genuine warmth and friendliness when we met inside the Metrtopolitan Museum earlier today -- and because your eyes tell me that you have a kind heart and a beautiful soul (the most important quality in a man or woman, Olga, is the soul -- the deep, rich inner world!) -- I would be happy to send the following materilas to you (i.e., if you send me your address where I can mail them): 1. many of my articles on American politics, current events and other topics; 2. "The Wanderer," an Anglo-Celtic poem and one of the most special you'll ever want to read; 3. a little gift from me to you (a home-made cassette of my favorite classical music); and 4. an excerpt from my doctoral thesis on Nietzsche and Schopenhauer ("Man's Quest for Meaning" -- in which I conclude that courage, love, loyalty, faith, kindness, forgiveness, trust and respect are eight of the most important foundations of meaning in life).
P.P.S. In case you want to know more about me, Olga: I live in Central New Jersey (21 Main Street, Sayreville) -- hold B.A., M.A. (both in English), M.Ed. (in Counseling Psychology) and Ph.D. (in Philosophy of Education) degrees from Rutgers University (in New Brunswick, New Jersey) -- and last July I took the opportunity to retire on over $120,000 a year -- this decision was made with great reluctance because I loved my job as a university counselor with high school students (and two of my students -- Heidi Kim in 1997 and Jerry Kung in 2007 -- won the Star-Ledger Scholar Award for best student in New Jersey, earning them full scholarships to Harvard!).