One of the biggest hassles bloggers have to deal with sooner or later is spam. In a way it's a sign you have arrived, or at least acheived enough internet presence that search engines are hitting on you. It took a few months but the spam has hit the filter. Courtesy of that well known Blogger Anonymous, here are some of the more interesting ones I have collected so far, and my thoughts on them.
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At least this spammer simply dropped his commercial pitch and moved on..clearly he didn't look at my page much or he would realize that I am long past the Onsie purchasing age. On the other hand it is free of the fake flattery other comments feature. I should add that this bit of spam gave my spellcheck indigestion, but I am printing it as I received it.I give it a 5. "Better" things lie ahead.
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This spam post for vacation info turned up on a post I had written about, you guessed it, vacations. So I give this person credit for at least knowing how to use a search engine. I love the pitch for how well I employed a standard Blogger layout, as well as the suck up "How long have you been blogging?" Allow your eyes to travel to the column on the left where my archives are listed. You'll figure it out. I give him a 7.
This last one is my favorite so far:
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Once again Mr Anonymous demonstrates use of a search engine, posting about gift ideas on a column about gifts I have given. But what I really love about this one is the incredibly fake compliments, not to mention the atrocious grammar. Either this person never made it out of Freshman English, or this was written in a different language and run through a translator program. If the latter is the case, they need a new Babel fish."The clearness on your publish is simply great" and "grab you RSS feed to stay to date with drawing close post" are both classics of incomprehensibility.
In the end I realize this is an occupational hazard. But if I could leave one thought with my "devoted" anonymous fans it would be this:
Hey there Sam
Drop the sham
Please don't clog my
Blog with Spam.