I remember the good old days when it would take you at least an hour to decipher what your average spam/phishing/fraud email was on about. I use to look at it as a challenge, but no more. It would appear that they have finally figured out that your average email application has spell checking built in: Must admit though, I still feel like replying and telling them how wonderful it is that I was selected by a "internet random selection exercise" but am not sure why an organisation of that pedigree would need to use gmail as their email provider. Then there is also the very small matter of the source IP being an internet cafe in Lagos. Obviously English "NGO's" are on a bit of a tight budget these days.