Spam Comment of the Week: July 16 2014

Although I’ve been away from the blog for a few months, the spam comments have not subsided. Below are recent spam comments sitting in my pending queue for approval.

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Let me take a moment to discuss each comment.

1. Good post. I’m facing some of these issues as well…

The spam comment above was in response to my blog post How the CDC Can Help You Survive Your Zombie Wedding. I’m intrigued that someone may have faced some of the issues outlined in that particular blog post.

2. certainly like your web site however you have to take a look at the spelling on several of your posts. Many of them are rife with spelling problems and I to find it very bothersome to inform the truth nevertheless I’ll definitely come back again.

I find it bothersome to follow sentences without capitalization and lack of proper punctuation. Zing! Take that Mr. car quote insurances.

3. I’m not typing out the whole quote on this one. I just wanted to point out one piece of the comment.

You managed to hit the nail upon the top…

Love it. This had to be a translation because most of us know this phrase as “hit the nail on the head.”

That’s all for this week. Tune in next time for Fun with Spammers!

Spam Comment of the Week: January 5 2014

This week’s spam comment is short and sweet.

emailed this siteI constantly emailed this web site post page to all my friends, for the reason that if like to read it next, my friends will too.

Well hey there Guillermo Stonor – I am glad you enjoyed my blog post, but I am betting that you no longer have any friends to constantly email at this point.

 

Spam Comment of the Week: December 29

Hard to believe, this is the last Spam Comment of the Week for 2013.

This spam comment reminds us of why we just aren’t quite ready to let machines completely do all our work for us.  This comment reeks of translation software.

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I am not dependable qualification it is just my machine, on the contrary I am unable to view approximately of your images fittingly. I am using Chrome on the contrary a quantity of equipment are not loading. Shared Networking Software

Spam Comment of the Week: December 22

Here is another fun spam comment.  While the comment makes a discernible point, the topic has nothing to do with the blog post. Also, the comment only raises more questions.

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Good post nevertheless We have a concern : death metal is certainly not strictly speaking heavy metal when you look at artists love immortal, Sewer and also Darkthrone it is very similar to rock-and-roll excellent

Huh? I have a few questions/ concerns regarding your comment dear spammer.

1. Who exactly is “we”?

2. Please learn to use punctuation.

3. From my recollections of heavy metal, is not death metal a sub-genre of heavy metal? If so, this factoid would negate your statement.

4. Based on what you may know of me from my blog, do you actually think I will take the time to look up any of these bands you mentioned to decide if your statement is indeed valid?

5. How is this relevant to the post Spotlight Nominations?

Crazy spammers.

Spam Comment of the Week: December 8

I haven’t had too many interesting spam comments come through WordPress these days.  Luckily, I did find this one which piqued my interest.

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Sincerely Yours! I read your article named “Snappy Answers to Several Tweets | NMNPHX” on a regular basis. Your humoristic style is spectacular, keep it up!  And you can see our website about 99 (characters I can’t translate).  

Dang, I had hoped that last sentence would read “And you can see our website about 99 Luftballoons” but sadly I have no idea what those characters mean.

Spam Comment of the Week: July 1

Honestly, sometimes I get the feeling these spammers don’t read these blog articles at all.  Check out these pair of spam comments received from my Hot Air Balloon post. 

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Its like you read my mind!  You appear to know so much about this, like you wrote the book in it or something.  I think that you can do with some pics to drive the message home a little bit , but instead of that, this is wonderful blog. An excellent read.  I will certainly be back.

Okay.. well this particular post, Hot Air Balloon, is a series of pictures. If anything, I could have added some words to drive the message home a bit.

 

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It is perfect time to make some plans for the future and it’s time to be happy. I have read this post and if I could I wish to suggest you some interesting things or suggestions.  Maybe you can write next articles referring to this article.  I want to read more things about it!

Uh, thanks? Really, I just wanted to post some pretty pictures of hot air balloons. I have no desire to carve out a niche for myself by writing about hot air balloons.

By the way, did you notice the thread between the two comments. Both are from spammers using the word “steroid” in his/her handle.

 

Spam Comment of the Week: June 24

Hmmm….I’m not sure when my blog became a design blog, but apparently I’ve been discussing designers.

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We are interested along with considering what you are talking about here.  designers

I’m not sure if I am more confused by the content of the comment, or the fact that the spammer has masked him/herself as a cancer survivor website.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Spam Comment of the Week: June 10

Apparently my blog inspires people to goof off at work.

Greetings from Ohio

Greetings from Ohio!  I’m bored to death at work so I decided to browse your website on my iphone during lunch break.  I really like the info you provide here and can’t wait to take a look when I get home.  I’m amazed at how fast your blog loaded on my cell phone…I’m not even using WIFI, just 3G…Anyways, superb blog!

Well hey there whoever you are!  Thanks for checking out the blog on your iPhone. I get bored at work sometimes as well, but instead of browsing the web on a mobile device I just take a walk.   Do continue to increase page views on my blog when you get home.

Ciao,

Nicole

NMNPHX – Solving the problems of spammers since 2012. 

Spam Comment of the Week: May 20

I’ve been hanging on to this gem for a few months. It is a lengthy comment that made it past the spam queue and into my comment moderation queue. Sneaky spammers!  Normally I will type out the message of the spam comment, but this one was so long I just did not have the desire to retype the message. Click on the image below and you will be able to read the contents of the comment.

Where do I even begin with this one? Anita Jolly – it almost sounds like a name Bart Simpson would use to call and prank Moe the Bartender.

Midway through this mess of a drama, Anita Jolly switches to Laura Johnson, who has some other mess of problems. Both stories are advertising some “love spell” from a charlatan by the name of Dr. Ozanga.

Spam Comment of the Week: January 14 2013

I’m not sure, but this might possibly be a cry for help.

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Thus, our shelves finish up filed with problems that we get pleasure from.

2 Possibilities:

1) This is a comment from some type of super smart Burberry bag that can at least type on the computer and has issues with deriving pleasure from pain or

2) This is a person with a serious shopping addiction to Burberry bags and has shelves overflowing with nothing but Burberry bags.