Spam-Bam Thank You Ma’am (May 2015)

Supafly Spam

The new windows are in and look great!  Now I can clearly see any weirdos approaching my house.

But some weirdos spammers still manage to bypass the filtering software on this website.  Here’s this month’s selection of gems:

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 Comment:

“It is no wonder the game is so popular”

Response:

I have no idea what that’s supposed to mean, but I’ll take whatever readers I can get.  Thanks for the comment.

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Comment (excerpt):

“This post and many other on your blog are very interesting.
You should show your content to bigger audience. There is a big chance to go viral.”

Response:

Is going viral anything like being Freshly Pressed?  ‘Cause that ain’t happened, neither.

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Comment:

“It could be the emotional equivalent of skin cancer… but it’s more likely that it’s the equivalent of a need to use a different brand of soap.”

Response:

Is this a sly way of telling my that my writing stinks?

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Comment (excerpt):

“Hello there, just became alert to your blkg through Google, and
found thzt iit is really informative. I amm going to watch out for Brussels.”

Brussels SproutsResponse:

I have no problems with Brussels, the country – nor with Brussels sprouts.  But based on your carefully worded comment, there are plenty of other things I need to watch out for.

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Comment:

“Awesome things here. I’m very satisfied to peer your article.
Thank you a lot and I’m taking a look ahead to touch you.
Will you kindly drop me a mail?”

Response:

Sure.  How could I possible resist an invitation like yours?

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Comment:

“What a data of un-ambiguity and preserveness of precious
knowledge regarding unexpected emotions.”

Response:

Huh?

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Will I run out of spam comments before my construction work has been completed?  Join me next month to find out.

(As usual, apologies to the appropriate commenter if any of the foregoing weren’t, in fact, spam.  I realize that some comments suffer in translation, and I try to take that into account when determining what is spam and what is legitimate.)

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I love to hear from my readers. You may comment on this post, comment on my Facebook or Twitter pages, or email me at cordeliasmom2012@yahoo.com or notcordeliasmom@aol.com

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Images by:  Supafly, and John Sullivan, respectively

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16 Responses to Spam-Bam Thank You Ma’am (May 2015)

  1. Paul says:

    This is too funny CM. I really enjoy your Spam posts. Love, love the pic of the lowers in the spam can, I am all for reuse and recycle.

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  2. I had a spam cookery book. Some interesting ideas! Sweet and sour is rather nice, but then I already did that!

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  3. Really gems. Got to deal with it.

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  4. lbeth1950 says:

    Where in the world do those thing come from?

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  5. willowdot21 says:

    Webadmin these good reedings need to be viral …. here is a box of tissues!! 😉 🙂 xx

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