It’s that time again.
It seems I get so many spam messages on a daily basis. And they never seem to amaze me with what they post. The even better part is they usually make no sense to the blog post they post to.
Let’s take a peek at a few for a Monday laugh. Remember, all I do is cut and paste these — I don’t edit or change. Therefore typos are all on the “person” commenting.
And we start with …
Portion of people pushed express that Obama’s more likely to stand for the he / she feels, with only 29% proclaiming that concerning Mitt romney.
This one was on a post about a geocaching event.
Say what? Apparently Obama and Mitt Romney were involved with the event?
Elsewhere, developments are proceeding more smoothly on the renewables front.
Is that so? I guess I am not supposed to know the full context of said comment?
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This one attempted to be on a short post from 2007. The topic? Baseball playoffs. Yeah, seems like a legit comment.
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No problem. I will continue writing. Thanks for your spam comment. Don’t continue that.
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I don’t even know where to start here…
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OK, I will take that into consideration. Thanks!
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Um… OK then.
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Makes sense to me, you?
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OK, now these are making my head spin. I know it’s all somehow automated, and I’m fully thankful for a spam-catching plugin, but sheesh! The sad part is, these spam things get through on other people’s blogs and it messes the comments up as people don’t want to read through these things.
And yes, I know you want one more. Let me leave you with this beauty:
Setsuko Chiba was introduced to pachinko by her husband. When they split up, she continued to play regularly for 15 years, using it as supplementary income to support her family. “It was part of the same chain pachinko, cigarettes and cans of coffee,” explained Chiba. Trolleys laden with drinks and food for sale are continuously pushed around the parlours, encouraging people to stay longer. Like other pros, she targeted new machines — which are programmed to give out frequent winnings over the first few days to attract new customers — and her average win was around 70,000 yen on a good day. She also made large losses, and over the years her teeth and eyesight declined from neglect and hours spent at the machines. When her children complained of her long absences, it was a wake up call. She used her winnings to transition toward a more legitimate use of her gambling skills, becoming a self-employed stockbroker. She gave up smoking and pachinko at the same time, two taboos for Japanese women.
Yeah, absorb that one.
Time to delete. Done. I’m sure there will be plenty more soon enough.
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