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Tag Archives: spammers
Originally posted on Cordelia's Mom, Still:
? I’ve been so busy with the new puppy that I simply haven’t had the time to respond to all the wonderful comments on my posts. But today, I was feeling a little…
Ah, the sweet flavor of success! Apparently, my little blog has become so well-known that now I am getting death threats from spammers. Reading the following email, I don’t know whether to laugh my ass off or to immediately set up a Go Fund Me campaign … Continue reading
How do you know you’ve “arrived” as a blogger? Well, obviously, it’s when you start receiving your very own spam comments. I was going to forward the following spam to Paul Curran because it was all written on his guest posts – … Continue reading