Every so often, I get a piece of spam that I think is real ham. Every so often, I receive a spam comment that I mistake for a real comment. Sometimes, it’s the other way around. Focus first on the bottom comment. It threw me off for a second. I clicked on the link provided and everything. Nothing seemed spammy about the page, but I wasn’t about to jump in and reply because I hate speaking to machines – which is why I always hang up the phone with an automated call shakes me awake. Because a spambot doesn’t read posts – because robots are, as we all know, illiterate – the second comment set my suspicions straight. The top comment, of course, confirms no reading was had because the post it responded to contained no video. And that, ladies and gentlemen, is my post for the day.
- Spam Or No Spam (joybound.wordpress.com)
- Spam! (collaborativerandomness.wordpress.com)
- Why Spam Commenters Are Better At Marketing Than You (hubspot.com)
- Business insurance news: Malicious spam ‘could cause computer breakdown’ (premierlinedirect.co.uk)