What’s up with the spam?

http://www.publicdomainpictures.net/view-image.php?image=8924&picture=stop-sign-invertedSo, being a spam neophyte in the intercollected mindhive that is the internet – I don’t get it. Why does anyone bother to post comments on blogs that NEVER make it past the spam filter? I realize that a lot of it comes from bots which surf the digital waves and deposit their brainless thoughts on submission pages. BUT – if folks are smart enough to design and implement these nasty little annoying bugs – why can’t they figure out the rate-of-return is worthless?

Because it isn’t?

I dunno, but I can guarantee I’ve never purchased:

  • Yves St. Laurent clutch bags
  • Mullberry Bow Clutch Wallet
  • Mac Powerbook
  • Nike Running Shoes
  • Christian Louboutin chausurres
  • Mac Makeup
  • Vivienne Westwood Sunglasses
  • Asics Gel Speedstar 6
  • Isabel Marant Ankle Boots

I don’t even know what some of these are … and that’s just the garbage collected in the spam filter over the last day or so. Let’s be a bit more creative people – try to sell me something I’m interested in. Lure me into clicking your stupid link. Marketing handbags, makeup, and shoes to this website is barking up the wrong tree altogether.

Here’s something to plug into your spammy little algorithms. If you want to get my attention and earn a click or two, let’s see some cryptids! How about some historic documents? Generate a rumor about stolen antiquities. I might even be tempted to click on a link claiming an alien spaceship has been found tucked beneath Stonehenge. Do that and hasta pronto.

errorOr just keep cluttering up the internet with more inane garbage. Nitwits.


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