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Bart De Vos shared a link to the SE newsletter page:

http://stackexchange.com/newsletters/54685/1129940053?code=555e60701591569ee92f9fb88c9a2cf49bdf25c9237d0da88ea7aff8145a72ce&confirmed=serverfault.com&day=tuesday

Oops! He shared his confirmation link.

I got the message: "Thank you for signing up for the Stack Overflow Newsletter! You will receive the newsletter every Tuesday." which is a little confusing as it subscribed him, not me.

I then proceeded to sign him up for the Christianity and German Language Newsletters by clicking the 'Subscribe' button after opening up the link in a private browsing window.

HAX!

Good LOLs

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Don't worry, I just signed him up for the rest of them. –  MDMarra Jan 24 '12 at 19:10
    
Loving the LEGO® Answers Newsletter by the way, Thanks! :-) –  Bart De Vos Jan 24 '12 at 19:10
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For shame! FixItFixItFixIt! –  voretaq7 Jan 24 '12 at 19:10
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There are 78 Stack Exchange sites. I predict that Bart will have a lot of email to read shortly... –  Wesley Jan 24 '12 at 19:11
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Also, you can edit the day (&day=dayofweek), why is that? Does it mean I'll be getting my Japanese Language and Usage Newsletter on monday now? –  Bart De Vos Jan 24 '12 at 19:19

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This is by design: manage-your-newsletters links are like manage-your-craigslist-post links – they shouldn't be shared.

(We have, however, disabled the particular link shared in this question, to prevent further any further unwanted changes to Bart De Vos's subscriptions.)

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He'll probably be happy to hear that :) –  MikeyB Jan 27 '12 at 2:13
    
Thanks :-) Let the unsubscribing begin. –  Bart De Vos Jan 27 '12 at 8:35

How I feel now

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I hate you for making me upvote this –  Jeff Atwood Jan 26 '12 at 6:13

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