Insights from my blog’s spam comments filter

I think the spammers like me! Just listen to what they say about my blog!

“Everything is very open with a really clear clarification of the challenges. ”

“You managed to hit the nail upon the top and also defined out the whole thing without having side-effects”

“If ou fіnd yourself thinking about a new profession as a paralegal, there are a number of options whih youll consider.” [misspellings in the original]

“Very quickly it will be famous, due to its quality contents.”

“How is the whole thing, and what you desire to say about this article, in my view its actually remarkable in favor of me.”

“I have discovered It positively useful and it has helped me out loads.”

I am deeply moved by their admiration. In response, here’s a Kelly Freas cover!

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2 responses to “Insights from my blog’s spam comments filter

  1. Zosimus the Heathen

    Ugh, spammers. Good to see you’re vigilant about intercepting and deleting their nonsense (as bizarrely amusing as it can often be); nothing worse than seeing blogs whose creators have allowed spammers free rein in the comments section – if there’s one thing that discourages me from leaving a comment myself, it’s the thought it’ll quickly get lost within a sea of garbage comments offering the most insincere, transparently fake feedback in a feeble attempt to hide their real purpose ie peddling all manner of dubious products and services. Do you actually get many spammers trying to sneak comments through?

    Nice to see that one of the spammers you quoted finds you’re able to “define[…] out the whole thing without having side-effects”. I wish I could say the same thing myself; alas, you wouldn’t believe how many of your posts have caused me to break out in bright green spots, fart fire, or experience all manner of other disturbing symptoms. One even caused me to grow a third eye(!), though that one wasn’t all bad since it appears to have allowed me to see into the ultraviolet range of the electromagnetic spectrum.

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