Trent Themopoulis

Profile Updated: May 21, 2009
Residing In: Benjamin, UT
Spouse/Partner: Candy
Occupation: Spammer
Yes! Attending Reunion

After graduating from Provo High I found myself in and out of local and federal prison over the last 23 years. Mainly in. Offenses range from check and credit card fraud, assault, aggravated assault, receiving stolen property, extortion, possession of a controlled substance, various gun charges and jury tampering.

I was able to earn my BA in computer science through a program offered by the U of U. I continued my education in programming and was able to develop some very effective worm and trojan viruses while studying network administration.

After being released from prison I started my own Internet Marketing business with the help of contacts I had developed and maintained while incarcerated. Prison networking, while not considered mainstream with a high potential for violence, is the most diverse in terms of developing relationships with people of different occupational backgrounds. The trick is incorporating these diverse individuals and their talents into your business mission statement and have it work for you without drawing attention to you.

While "spamming" and spammers appear to be the bane of all email users it has it's definite advantages. I'm able to work from my laptop wherever there is a connection. Home, McDonalds, the beach. I am able to set my own hours which are very flexible and in reality only amount to 1 to 2 days out of the week. The overhead cost is appallingly minimal an I'm able to stay up on the latest trends and technology in Marketing. Keep your eye on RSS feeds.

My business has made it possible for me to travel and make up for lost time. I've been able to spend a considerable amount of time in Thailand. So much so that I've purchased a residence there which I've come to regard as a home away from home.

I've recently married a wonderful woman who I met in Las Vegas while attending the Adult Entertainment Convention. She used to be in the business but now does marketing for Vivid Video, a major distributor of adult entertainment.

It appears my path may have diverged a bit from most since graduation but high school will always bring back some of my fondest memories.

School Story:

I remember Steve R., Chris V., Peter C., Gordon H., Todd H., procuring a box of leaflet toilet paper from the high school. A big box. Some how they ended up being chased by Eric M. up on Grandview and during the chase they started throwing this toilet paper out the back of the truck they were in. It looked like a snow storm.

The next day at school they were all called out of class and informed that if they didn't want the wrath of Ron and Monty coming down on them they had to go back up to Grandview and pickup all the paper they had thrown.

I also remember as a sophomore when Jon Marrott asked Debbie Glen to homecoming because no one asked her. That's when the legends of Jon started.

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Posted: Dec 16, 2013 at 10:37 PM
Good old 1979
Posted: Dec 16, 2013 at 10:37 PM
Good old 2009