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You win!! 

I wish I had the link still to the turbo-geek who sent in a script as a
resume. When run, it would first ask the user why they were running some
arbitrary script sent to them by someone they don't know and do they
have ANY understanding of computer system security. Then it would pull
in several web pages that discussed the problems of clueless users doing
exactly what was just done and finally it would pull up the real resume
from the authors website.

Yes. It was a VB script.
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