I found the following in my WordPress spam this morning.
Submitted on 2012/10/21 at 7:14 am
hi!,I love your writing very much! proportion we be in contact more about your article on AOL? I need a specialist on this area to unravel my problem. Maybe that’s you! Having a look ahead to look you.
Well, I love the first sentence. After that I haven’t the foggiest notion what he’s trying to tell me. First, my “article on AOL” – is he referring to an article I wrote about AOL (I haven’t) or a posting that appeared on AOL. Some clarification would be nice.
I need a specialist on this area to unravel my problem. Well, whether I’m a specialist would depend greatly upon what your problem might be. If it’s English, having read this, I don’t think I could help you because I don’t know what you’re trying to say. If your problem is AOL, look elsewhere, I don’t use AOL so wouldn’t have any suggestions other than try another site.
Then we come to the creepy part of the message: Having a look ahead to look you. Are we talking about stalking me here? Or are you telling me you’re a peeping Tom? Good luck on the peeping Tom thing – I don’t live on the ground floor.
This message wouldn’t be worthy of note, after all I’m sure we all get these, except for its supposed origin. I deliberately didn’t show the sender’s information with the message. Here it is: hurtige lån
When I check this, I find this babble I received was purportedly sent from television station WXIA Atlanta Georgia. Somehow I don’t think so. Or if it was, and this is an example of their quality, their ratings must absolutely suck.
Enjoy the rest of your weekend and remember to hug an artist – we need love too.