As every day I went through my collection of caught spam this afternoon, just in case Akismet had rejected something which should have been allowed. As usual, there was nothing which I wanted to read or have published here which supports the following:
Photo Source: Will Lion under a Creative Commons license.
Admittedly, I haven’t got to the twelve million hit rate as yet, but I’m nearing the six hundred thousand rejected spam comments, which is a good rate, I think.
Reading through, though, I came across a few new lines which I haven’t had before; clearly designed to get around the normal spam filters with their diversity, but just as unsuccessful as all the normal trash. Still, I thought I might share a few with you, just for a laugh, if you can find anything to laugh about when it comes to spam and spammers.
Not having the glass implode may prevent a variety of injuries to those close to the window.
Seems clear to me, but I am very grateful for the information, not having thought about such obvious problems before.
Nearly all homes have electricity available already, so it is a convenient heat source for both indoor and outdoor saunas.
Well, yes and no. Someone with more technical knowledge will probably correct me, but I was under the impression that electricity, when it comes to a sauna, is not the heat source, merely the means by which heat can be generated. It is good to know, however, that nearly all homes have electricity in our day and age. I guess those without will have to go back to the old methods of burning fuel, unless they can’t afford electricity in the first place and then, why would they want a sauna?
If, in the process of having your basement finished, the contractor found mold, you may have already addressed the issue.
I’m not sure what the issue is, but clearly it hasn’t been addressed if the mold is still there. Unless, that is, mold is what you wanted, then the spammer is clearly on the right track with this one.
About The Author Olivia Filipetto is publisher of bedroom furniture.
I assume this is some sort of book? Otherwise I would have thought that our dear Olivia is a carpenter…
Still a long way to go, spammers, and we’re still far ahead of you.
- Viktoria Michaelis.