Welcome To My Spam Folder

10 Nov

It’s time to open my spam folder and read some Useful Life Content! Let’s see what the robots have for us today.

Oh! My first ever comment from the Monopoly Man! Unfortunately for him I can’t be arrested for being among the 99%.

Thrifting, domesticity, and sex publicing. It’s what I do. I’m a giver.

I’m flattered! Especially since this praise comes from the Cancer Institute…?

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I honestly wonder if some enterprising young spammer used Dragon Dictation during Rush Limbaugh’s show and used the resulting text as spam. Anthony said it’s as if regular spam is getting more annoying, like it’s evolving. Of all the liberal-minded posts this could have attached itself to, I think this comment was left on an innocuous post I wrote about my elliptical machine.


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This comment went on for PAGES and PAGES and PAGES. Seriously. I would have had to do a screen capture three or four times to get the whole message, but to sum it up: he concludes with the argument that he, himself, is a god, though an admittedly crappy one by his own standards. This is one of the weirdest comments I’ve ever received, including the comment about Sasquatch and the one the simply said, “I want to die in my sleep like my grandfather.”

Until next time, robots!

4 Responses to “Welcome To My Spam Folder”

  1. mark @ yelling near you November 10, 2011 at 9:42 am #

    Haha! I’m amused by the comments I get that suggest I’ve answered their questions and given a succinct answer to their questions when all that was posted was a photo. Oh, and their website is bing, google, facebook or yahoo.

    • LittleBig November 16, 2011 at 2:33 pm #

      I get a lot of those “your article helped me greatly!” comments. So weird.

  2. TheBlackStar (@TheBlackStar) November 10, 2011 at 9:54 am #

    Based on the spam message that makes Anthony think it is evolving, I have to say I think spam messages can only devolve. 🙂

    • LittleBig November 16, 2011 at 2:33 pm #

      I think he was meaning ‘evolving’ in the way a nasty virus gets smarter, and by doing so, worse.

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