The quality of spam is not strained

Lately, I’ve been getting spam that has a little meat in it. Exhibit 1:

Yes, I deleted it, but it did make me think and conduct a little research a la Google and Wikipedia first.

Though, if the spammers are going to quote the Swedish feminist writer Ellen Key, then they ought to get the full quote:

“Everything, everything in war is barbaric… But the worst barbarity of war is that it forces men collectively to commit acts against which individually they would revolt with their whole being.”

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8 responses to “The quality of spam is not strained

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  2. And all I got today was a notice from Mr Alexis Westerbrook that, as a spam victim, I am to be paid $50,000 by Bank of America on orders of the UN.

    I am so jealous of the superior spam you receive!

  3. Once I received a spam comment that was a joke and I saved it in a draft file just because it was a new slant on spam.

    Here it is in its entirety:

    Who to you it has told? Wanna very nice joke?)) How do you clean ice off tall buildings? With sky scrapers.

    Broken English for sure, but still amusing.

  4. I like my spam with a little philosophy thrown in. Helps it go down smooth.

  5. “Gasp ! Stealer … Plagarist ! Hang him by the toes !”

    hahahaha – saw your comment at the Cabbage Patch and I thought I’d set your fears at ease by accusing you anyway.

    So the spammers are taking up causes ?

    There was another mention this morning about spammers trying to look real (smart) but ending up to look real stupid –