Hatman - In the Pink
Comments and journal pages.
Spam. We all get it. Most of it is caught and diverted by filters; others we can delete merely from reading the subject line. Some, we have to actually read into to determine it is an unsolicited pitch by email. Spam.
By some accounts, spam comprises nearly half of the millions of emails circulating daily. In recent years however, there is a rising popularity among spammers to do their carnival barking in the comment section of a blog.
In the article “How Spam Works” Marshal Brain enlightens us on the subject; where it comes from, how much there is, what is being done and other things.
For a few weeks this spot will show some of the sillier messages found in blogger comment spam. These will be quoted exactly, grammar, punctuation, spelling and content bungles included.
From a post about identifying some aircraft in old photographs:
Thanks for anotheer excellent post. Where else could anyone get that type oof info in such an idwal way of writing? I've a resentation next week, and I'm at the search for such information. my blog post divorce advice men
Geraniums are not fond of beer.
Here's a tip: When you break a nose piece on your glasses, have it fixed.
I know two swallows personally who never left Capistrano.
Labels: Tuesday Thoughts