Following are two comments caught by WordPress spam filter. These were intended for “Stick to the topic” (which seems to have become spammers’ favourite target on my site) and the other thing they have in common is that although they were under different names, they came from the same IP address.
I am shocked via the company’s written content with the web log. I just read content material using bated respir, and then I feel starving, because there are too little! Create concerning!
Suitable strike the niche tackled. Earlier this week When i talked over using this peers about this idea and even put forward the proposition when camping for the reason that I really don’t currently have. When i posted them to this web page, changed their particular scene on the condition.
My head hurts because I made the mistake of trying to translate these two examples of bafflegab into reasonable English. I have no idea whatsoever what point either of these two comments are trying to make other than hope I’ll post them and give their websites some free publicity. Well, that ain’t gonna happen. Instead I’ll use them as material for another posting.
It appears to me these were originally written in some other language, then translated through some online programme into something resembling English, but don’t quote me on that. They could truly be examples of the spammer’s knowledge and command of English. I use the singular of spammer because these were from the same source. I must admit I really can’t believe some of these people expect there messages will be posted when the language is so bad. Then again, there are people for whom the use of a spam filter is a foreign concept, so yeah, perhaps the spammers are justified in their efforts. But since most email providers have built-in spam filters and they are available free online for other applications, it makes no sense not to have one.
Enjoy your day and remember to hug an artist – we need love too.
I’m going to take something for this headache. C.