Hello{!firstname},

        Do you like Frosted Lucky Charms cereal?

I sure did when I was a kid. 

    In fact, I recall one morning, I practically ate a whole box of it at one sitting, along with a pint or more of
milk.

Needless to say, I didn't feel great afterwards.

     Does not pay to eat too many charms or clovers at one sitting apparently.

Now here is the real deal on St. Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland, who was known for banishing
all the snakes from Ireland.

Basically nonsense, because there were no post glacial snakes in Ireland.

Alas, he wasn't really talking about snakes, but about driving out the pagan druids
who infested Ireland at the time.

   What's all this got to do with telescopes you ask?

Simple: I know there are a lot of kids on March break holidays this week.

And a few of them might be looking to get a good basic telescope to start a new hobby
at a very reasonable price.

Problem is there are a lot of "druid" telescopes out there.

One's that should be banished from the marketplace.

But I've found a pretty good one, that is ideal to start with and we've put it on sale
and you can save $104 on it right now.

Here's it is: 

  http://khanscope.com/productdetails.cfm?productID=5573

Clear Skies,

Ray Khan

PS I've haven't eaten frosted lucky charms in years, and it's not likely I will again,
     even if they are magically delicious!