HOW I LONG FOR THE DAYS WHEN THE ONLY SPAM WAS THE (TASTY) CANNED FOOD PRODUCT

Internet spam has only one redeeming quality for a blogger–it requires that the blogger sign-in to mark it as spam–thus making it easier to post something, anything, just for the hell of it. In other words, spam motivates you to write more. I get a hell of alot of spam–and it’s amazing how totally irrelevant it all is. It never has anything to do with the post it’s “commenting” on. It also seems to come in waves–explosions of advertising for particular products and/or services at a time. I’ve just deleted gobs of spam all about roofing. The one in particular that slipped through the spam filter advertised roofing in response to my post, JEWS FOR WHOM I HAVE THE GREATEST ADMIRATION. What the fuck does roofing have to do with Jews who are (like me) opposed to Zionism?

I don’t need any goddamned roofing, at this time. Nor do I need any Internet porn, drapes, fabrics, ghostwriting services, or any other such shit. I’ve even gotten “comments” criticizing my spelling and grammar–that were themselves loaded with spelling and grammatical errors!

All you spammers listen up: I’m onto you. You cannot fool me. And though occasionally one of your “comments” slips through the filter–thus motivating me to sign-in, and write a new post–your “comments” do not motivate me to inquire about your products and services. If anything, they only motivate me to write posts like this, which expose your bullshit!

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