spam: …eloquent spam
It may be taking a while for my coffee to kick in, but while clearing out the spam comments this morning, the following two are definitely winners, mostly because I have no idea what they’re trying to say… and I’m fairly sure the spambot program they used has no idea either.
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And then there’s…
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I wish I knew enough actors to record dramatic readings of some of the spambot comments I get. I’m used to the weird random complimentary–while still being mostly indecipherable–comments from spambots, but they’re starting to make less and less sense while hoping I have no spam filters whatsoever. Not that my posts are going to cause vigorous debate, but when I run web searches on the phrases used in these comments, there are way too many other blogs out there that auto-accept all comments and are simply littered with spam.
Oh well, any chuckle I can get on a Monday morning is probably worth it.