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    form submit errors

    I am working with an existing form and when you submit I get all the text jumbled with operators ("+" ) symbols connected to selected items in email body. How can I get rid of this and just have items show up without these?
    Code below:

    <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd">
    <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml">
    <head>
    <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=utf-8" />
    <title>Blog form</title>
    <link href="blogFormTemplate.css" type="text/css" />
    </head>

    <body>

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    <form action="mailto:yourgirlfriend@yahoo.com?subject=Get bent, asshat" method="post"> Dear
    <input name="name" type="text" value="HER NAME HERE" class="text" />
    <p>&nbsp;</p>
    <p>I know things between us didn't work out and I just wanted you to know that I'm OK with that.
    </p>
    <p>People are human and they make mistakes, but those mistakes are only forgivable if we learn from them. I'll admit I've made a grave mistake and the lesson I've learned is that I shouldn't try to have a serious relationship with a woman who gives up her <select name="People are human and they make mistakes, but those mistakes are only forgivable if we learn from them. I'll admit I've made a grave mistake and the lesson I've learned is that I shouldn't try to have a serious relationship with a woman who gives up her"><option>love seat</option><option>fluff muffin</option><option>revolving door</option><option>glove compartment</option><option>fist bumper</option></select>to the first guy who <select name="to the first guy who"><option>takes her to an Olive Garden</option><option>can walk upright</option><option>delivers her pizza in less than 30 minutes</option><option>finishes his shift at the Home Depot</option></select>. I'm man enough to admit it.
    </p>
    <p>So how are you doing these days? I know it's been awhile and you've probably moved on and by moved on, I mean out of your <select name="So how are you doing these days? I know it&rsquo;s been awhile and you&rsquo;ve probably moved on and by moved on, I mean out of your"><option>refrigerator box</option><option>parents' basement</option><option>S&amp;M den</option><option>double wide trailer </option></select> and into a new place. I heard the federal government gave you a new one since the <select name="and into a new place. I heard the federal government gave you a new one since the "><option>tornado</option><option>wide girth of your ever expanding ***</option><option>last fat trucker you boinked</option></select> tipped the old one over. That&rsquo;s good to hear. The day I read about it in the paper, it gave me a great deal of hope that people like you may be down, but they won&rsquo;t be willing to give someone else a second chance.
    </p>
    <p>Speaking of giving, thanks for the <select name="Speaking of giving, thanks for the"> <option>herpes</option> <option>syphilis</option> <option>avian bird flu</option> <option>ebola virus</option></select> Without it, my health insurance would have just gone to waste. That's not the only thing you've given me. I've gained a great deal of self-respect and confidence since you left me. That wasn't a direct result of our break-up, of course, but rather every other break-up I've had since, if you catch my drift...</p>
    <p>You aren't the only one who's scored more times in a day than <select name="You aren't the only one who's scored more times in a day than"> <option>Wayne Gretzky</option> <option>Wilt Chamberlain both on and off the court</option> <option>the 1927 New York Yankees</option></select></p>
    <p>You've also given me a lot of crap over the time we&rsquo;ve been together. I don't mean the emotional baggage that comes with dating. I literally mean all the crap you've left at my place.
    </p>
    <p>My apartment looks like a <select name="My apartment looks like a"><option>third world nation that was invaded by really fat chicks</option> <option>Goodwill store exploded</option> <option>place where Courtney Love passed out and slept over</option> <option>changing room at Lane Bryant</option></select>.
    </p>
    <p>It amazes me that someone who complained so much about things being messy turned a blind eye when it's their <select><option>gargantuan</option> <option>huge</option> <option>equator length</option> <option>King Kong sized</option></select> jeans hanging off the sofa or their <select><option>crusty</option> <option>moldy</option> <option>brie-smelling</option> <option>tick infested</option></select> panties left on their floor. Not that I'm complaining.</p>
    <p>I've been using your skirt as a <select><option>car cover</option> <option>window curtain</option> <option>tablecloth</option> <option>hammock</option></select> since you left it.</p>
    <br />
    <p>Despite everything that's happened, I'm glad that we decided not to stay friends after our breakup. I hate it when two people are hurting and try to placate each other's feelings with stupid cliches that they know won't come true. It's best that we didn't.</p>
    <p>Besides if we were to become true friends, we'd have to do stuff together and I'd rather get <select><option>a disease that causes limbs to slowly fall off</option> <option>a vasectomy from a blind guy with a Pocket Fisherman</option> <option> my privates waxed with duct tape and vinegar</option> <option>open head surgery by a drunk monkey</option></select> than have to spend another minute with you.
    </p>
    <p>Love (well not really),
    </p>
    <input name="name" type="text" value="YOUR NAME HERE" class="text" />
    <p>PS: You're a <select name="You're a"> <option>skank</option> <option>bad person</option> <option>wicked *****</option> <option>blight to all of humanity</option></select> I thought I'd just spell it out for you since you probably couldn't pick up on the sarcasm in the actual letter.
    </p>
    <p>You're also dumber than <select name="You're also dumber than"> <option>the entire Hilton family</option> <option>a home economics major</option> <option>a guy who names his dog 'Stay'</option> <option>a Bush Administration Cabinet Member</option></select>. <input type="submit" value="Submit" />
    </p>
    </form>
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    Try taking this over to the Server Side Forums under your respective language. I see nothing wrong here. It is probably a server issue.


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