Last night September 10, 2011, I checked my AOL 'beadtot' mail folder, reading a lone e-mail that directed me to a 2003 www.BBC.com article that described a large number of euros found in Iraq. Then, I switched to AOL 'Today's News' chat-room where I described the directive with additional "does anyone know why?", followed with 'maybe some pics purpose' chat-line.
Immediately, '1' new mail popped onto the screen in the AOL e-mailbox icon. I quickly checked to read it only to find another 'no subject' e-mail that, however, had attached pics; previous 'no subject' e-mails ultimately led to a 'free' porno website entry that showed such photos on the home page. I could download the new-mail pic attachment from the sudden new 'no subject' e-mail, but could/can not open the file to see what the pics are -- an AOL pop-up requires a membership update, such form even blocking an effort to open the pics file from its desktop-PC saved-on-internal-disk position.
How weird is that? Plus, they cannot be deleted without a membership update!