I have to wonder at times what spammers think they will gain from doing their spamming. I’m starting to think that the spammers aren’t actually people at all, but some kind of infiltrated computerised random blog picker that doesn’t work very well.
I mean to say, I have just found two comments in my spam thingy, both of them were left for my recent post on the superhero gadgets. I will copy and paste the messages in their entirety here, to point out what I mean.
Comment One was left at 1.19pm this afternoon, from a blogger who provides information for the best diet for weight loss:
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Comment Two was left just over an hour later, at 2.32pm. This comment was from a blogger who writes about investment plans:
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I didn’t click to view the sites, by the way. I used the handy viewer to see what the sites were about.
For one thing, I can’t make out what the comments actually mean. For another, I don’t understand why investment plans and weight loss sites would even consider commenting utter nonsense on a post about superhero gadgets. And for a third thing, isn’t it a little strange that both comments are randomly similar?
These comments are worth scuttlebutt, I tell you! They are totally couturier statement! They are not sufficiency to indite solon, or anything else for that matter! And, as strength is not an inhibition matter, I verbalised/verbalized such comments straight into the trash – after copying them, obviously.
I do check the spam thingummy whenever I’m told I have spam, because, at times, what ‘they’ thought was spam actually wasn’t. But at other times, ‘they’ are absolutely spot on with their definition, and as such I merely forward the garbage into the trash.
But, a quick word to the spammers… get a better computer program! I’ll still delete your comments, but you could at least make them make some kind of sense beforehand.
Now, writing that felt good. I’ve not got any further along, but it felt good.