I actually clicked on those antique, barnacle encrusted posts I dredged up in that last post. (The barnacles consist of spam. Spammy barnacles! sticky and smooshy.).

Spammers have attached the standard gibberishy lists of sites, but in a variety of languages, along with a more old fashioned, out-of-the-blue piece of nonsensical commentary:

I agree with you the way you view the issue. I remember Jack London once said everything positive has a negative side; everything negative has positive side. It is also interesting to see different viewpoints & learn useful things in the discussion.
signed, Penis Enlargement.
Very few "Nice Site!" boring crap. Even my dead posts attract a better class of barnacle.


  1. John R6:47 AM

    I received an interesting piece of spam today. Sadly I've deleted it, so I can't quote it verbatim, but it was a new twist on the old Nigerian scam.

    Purporting to be from a West African government department engaged in control of internet fraud, it offered compensation for loss from scams emenating from "west Africa" of up to $700,000. All I needed to do was to send them all my details and pay them $220 up front.

    This comment now delves into the depths of irony by pimping the Reboot Day contest:


    [ exits, evil laugh fading as he goes ]


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