I took a look in my spam filter today; seems the order of the day is vague nasty instead of the usual vague nice.
Thus Mr. Lustrzanka tries vague criticism:
obviously like your web site but you need to check the spelling on several of your posts. A number of them are rife with spelling issues and I find it very troublesome to tell the truth nevertheless I’ll surely come back again.
Mr. Wpol[…]mamymo[…]neseo (or Insanely Long Nick, as we call him) tries vague disappointment:
I expected much more from this article. I found it on Yahoo and hoped it will be better
And Mr. O.W. tries vague outrage, and also the linking-to of exercise DVDs:
I’ve come too far to accept to the demands of the republican fringe!
Why someone who has come so far as to be employed peddling exercise DVDs is so particularly incensed by the Republican fringe, I do not know. Possibly Mr. Huckabee has indicated the Bible is the only manual a Real American needs for nutrition and exercise? “No figs — plenty of swimming — try the Noah-Jesus Weight Loss Method”?
Mr. My Website even stoops as low as this:
japan is in a crisis right now
That is not only a downer in itself, but also a downer in the way it is used. Mr. My Website is merely link-spamming, that is, trying to elevate the search results of his scraped-together pile of copy-paste for a future sale; Ì might react more harshly if “japan is in a crisis right now” linked to Viagra.
Japan will rise again, but not that way.
But is this the new wave of spam, then? Are we doomed to be insulted, as well as spammed? Will the next piece instruct me to perform autorectal operations with a sideways rake and expire, and encourage the purchase of enlargement measures?
That is not a future I want to live in.
Then again, maybe there still is hope for the old way, for Mr. Penis Enlargement still tries:
I like this website its a master peace ! Glad I found this on google .
I like that. Maybe there is still hope for courteous spam. And maybe I should change my tagline: “Masks of Eris: its a master peace !”