Archaic existence rude metals spam


Spam, spam, spam, spam, spam…

For a long time in this weblog's formative years I used to post some of the more funny, interesting or ridiculous spam messages I got either here, in email or from carrier pigeons shoved through my window. I figured I was getting all this material all the time, why not use it for something?

Anyway after an extended period of time where I received nothing but the usual penis enlarging advice, fake watches and bogus lotteries, I received a real gem (pun intended) in my comment moderation queue. It's… 1703 words long!

If I posted the entire message it would easily triple the length of this page (and it's already long enough as it is) so just to give you an idea here's a brief snippet:

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Obviously by padding their spam URLs with natural language, they're attempting to bypass spam filters. Still, I didn't know that metals were toughened by rude peoples. Is that anything like Rude… box?

If it is, I'd rather not have anything to do with it!

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