Spam Of The Day

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No side effects from our smartly hit nail.

5 Responses to “Spam Of The Day”

  1. Kathy Kinsley says:

    That IS a good one. It almost makes sense. Almost…

  2. Kathy Kinsley says:

    It probably DID make sense in the original language (though from my too-long experience with sites like Babelfish, I think it was probably a back-handed compliment).

    I used to make part of a living translating babelfish – and like translations – into readable English. Involved getting the original language, using babelfish – and others, reading them all, asking the original writer (in pidgins – both theirs and ours) and going from there. Actually, yes, it was fun. I have an odd idea of fun, but, really…it was.

  3. Mr. Bingley says:

    The stuff that shows up int he spam filter is amazing, really. And I just don’t understand the point of it.

    I guess all they need is one curious fool to click on the links.

  4. Kathy Kinsley says:

    Problem is, it’s not just one. There’s thousands. And maybe hundreds of thousands.

    Including (both) my parents – and my father has NOT got Alzheimer’s and thusly has no excuse.

    I’ve rescued them both from “too good to be true” scams – and EVERY time, I had to convince them to call the FBI and ask. (You’d think they’d trust their own daughter – but NO.)

    Watch your parents, if you have them still; they grew up in a far more trusting world – and they are being targeted for it now.

    And not every senior has a “caregiver” who has waaaaaaaaaay too much experience with scammers. :-(

  5. nightfly says:

    Almost good enough to be one of those inspirational posters sold in fine Marshalls and Christmas Tree Villages near you! I see a range of snow-capped mountain peaks, wreathed in sunset clouds and awash in golden light… “Undeniably imagine that which you stated.” Pick out a nice script font, add “– Anonymous” to give it a veneer of profundity… Aaaaaand PROFIT!

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