Every blog receives spam. Despite the best efforts of spam filters, and WordPress’ Akismet is a pretty good one, some spam inevitably leaks through to the inbox. For this blog, nearly all spam seems to come from something called ‘Lista de email’, which seems to be comments from non-English speakers filtered through a translation tool. There’s only about a dozen different spam messages, and I thought I’d share them with you, along with the posts they came in on.
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OK, that might almost be a legitimate comment on the post, but it came in from Lista de email. Fail.
I think to write in blogs, you have to be very focused on what is the main subject and the rest comes casually.
Yes, I often use words I find lying around.
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which I believe I’d never understand. It seems too complex and extremely huge for me. I am looking forward on your subsequent publish, I’ll try to get the grasp of it!
The post was on auto repair, so this comes off as a faux legitimate comment.
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This post is the subsequent publish (sic) that the spam above was hoping for.
Your website is very reliable, that’s why I always come here when I have some doubts.
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Given that the post is a reprint of a humor piece, the spams are amusing.
“ADA Case of Rudolph v. Santa”
I enjoy your blog posts, thanks for posting this informative article.
The ‘informative article’ is a parody.
And so it goes. I’m glad I don’t have to read all of the spam the filter catches.
More Democratic Propaganda
A few posts back, I modified some Soviet propaganda posters to reflect modern Democratic Party sensibilities. After that foray, I made a list of propaganda posters the Democratic Party might well be comfortable distributing today. Here’s the first of them: