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.

 

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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.

machines

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.

death metal

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.

Website 99

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: December 9

Nate is one dedicated Dish TV employee.  I’ll give him credit for that.

I don’t know how Nate does it?!  He works evenings and weekends yet has time to leave these comments.  I googled this guy’s name and email address and came up with similar comments, so I know this isn’t just some innocent, yet enthusiastic Dish TV employee trying to come up with a genuine comment. I’m on to you buddy!

Spam Comment of the Week: November 28

Now I have to deal with profanity in my spam comments.

——- awesome issues here.  I’m very happy to look your article.  Thank you so much and I’m looking forward to contact you.  Will you kindly drop me a email?

Well Meggan, I do appreciate that you censored your own profanity. And no I won’t “kindly” drop you an email.  However, I may angrily drop you an email.

Spam Comment of the Week: November 19

Oh boy, now the spammers are asking me for advice.

I carry on listening to the news update lecture about getting free online grant applications so I have been looking around for the best site to get one.  Could you tell me please, where could I find some?

What do I look like, information central?  No, I can’t tell you where to find some, but if infomercials have taught me anything, this guy supposedly can.

Spam Comment of the Week: November 12

Are you in the market for a used heap  vintage car? Then you are in luck, because now spammers are in the car business.

Through the visual appeal with the Chrysler LeBaren (sic) two doorway inside the left forefront, plus the Volkswagon Rabbit across the street from it, I would peg this circa 1978-1979.  Loved my ’77 Rabbit…my first brand-new car.  You never forget your first.

Spam Comment of the Week: October 29

For some reason, spammers enjoy leaving me quotes in my Spam queue.

I truly enjoy studying on this web site, it has excellent blog posts. “And all the winds go sighing.  For sweet things dying.” by Christina Georgina Rossetti.  Continue reading

Spam Comment of the Week: October 15

These spammers are getting a little pushy.  Me thinks this one is fishing for a birthday gift.

When I was a kid, I really like to receive an assortment of birthday presents like teddy bears and mechanical toys.

I have a feeling this spammer received socks and clothes for birthday gifts as a child.

Spam Comment of the Week: October 1

Happy Monday!  Happy October!  Stay tuned this weekend for the October Spotlight Awards.  In the meantime, let’s mock some Spammers!

Dead composed subject matter, thanks for the info.  986670

I certainly hope my readers don’t view my Spotlight Awards as “dead composed subject matter”.  Thanks for the info?  And what is with those numbers?  I don’t know if this is supposed to be a compliment or an insult.