Spam comments we've loved...

(Tim) Through the years, tens of thousands of spam comments have gotten through the spam filters (or almost through). This one made it all the way and was better than most, so I thought I'd post it, partly on the chance it was a 3-K interlocutor having trouble expressing herself.

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Give please. I'm struck by the insidious, computer-driven tendency to take things out of the domain of muscular activity and put them into the domain of mental activity. The transfer is not paying off. Sure, muscles are unreliable, but they represent several million years of accumulated finesse. Help me! I find sites on the topic: Business degree distance learning. I found only this - undergraduate business degrees. Instantly, you believe to use in fafsa when you surround and have your midwifery studied to the facts that bachelor you, business degree. This is stressed by utilizing successful venues and getting certifications with them, business degree. With best wishes :mad:, Violet from Norway.

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Wow. Like A.D.D. on crack, man.

If she had only proposed marriage...

al sends

Having spent years conversing with crazy people, I should help translate: She wants financial assistance to get a degree in the business of midwifery. She is tired of all the scrutiny she gets from bachelors as she pursues her goals. She merely wants to use her unreliable muscles and has had it with hospitals and technology. (I think I know people who agree with her)...Oh, and she wants a tinfoil hat.

David,

Hilarious! (LOL)

Aw, c'mon guys, give the gal a break! You'd go a little bit loopy after months without a peek at the sun, too.

Kamilla

(whose grandmother was born in the land of the midnight sun)

I'd like one without so much rat in it.

man, you are going to get weird hits on Google searches now...

I got one once that said this:

You know so many interesting infomation. You might be very wise. I like such people. Don’t top writing.

I thought that spammer was very perceptive. Although I am not sure how to not 'top writing'.

Maranatha!
Don Johnson
Jer 33.3

Many spam blockers these days use something called Bayesian filtering. It analyzes the text of incoming emails to see if they match a pattern of grammar, sentence structure, etc. to see if it was really from a human. To get around it, spammers will send emails with several snippits taken from actual text, to fool the algorithm.

All your base are belong to us!

This is quite possibly the most profound expresion of existential angst ever posted anywhere on the internet. I don't know why all you people think you have the right to make fun of this poor woman's cry for help.

Nathan,

The pain of the is over greatly time-space Hamlet. Far be it judge under contextual mahogany! Sensation camaraderie but never legislate turnbuckles. All the torpedoes vile blacksmith and potroast. Break seismic corpustles lining terrible flaggelation. Desperate as limerick vertigo by leafy prophets lancing. Bristling lantern fights give ravenous sawtooth. Binary fisticuffs?

Warmly,

David

David's comment confirms what I've suspected for a long while: Spam comments are generated by the ghost of Allen Ginsberg.

"Ho! Dimethyl Triptamine flashing circle vibrations
center Spiked—
Einsteinian Mandala,
Spectrum translucent,
…Television eyeball dots in treehouse Ken Kesey’s
Power failure inside the head"

David,

Did you just write that on the fly? Beautiful! Will you please do the toast at my Amelia or Clinton's wedding someday?

Elsa,

So you concur?

- David

Clint,

It is the result of making the best of my disorder. I would (tantamount) be (brazen) honored (fissure turbulence) to (bannister) give (foccacia) the (blinded) toast.

- David

David,

I'll concur with almost anything involving pot roast.

Elsa

Jon posted a wonderful poem on his blog, I later found out it had been a spam comment: http://albersoncrum.blogspot.com/2010/01/ugg-boots-by-candy.html

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