February 6, 2017
I do love an unsolicited e-mail of unknown provenance. This arrived in my inbox today with no ceremony, and apparently no understanding of how these things work.
Having received it in something akin to simplified Chinese, I hit the translate button to see what they were after and was presented with this hot mess.
Aleatoric spam. Sounds like an avant garde 21st century group consisting of final year students at Juilliard.
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October 5, 2014
Find the Spam
Just when you’ve gone long enough without receiving one of these e-mails, another bounces right into your inbox. Do enjoy this one, it’s beautifully direct and transparently bogus. Read the rest of this entry »
January 27, 2012
I received this comment on a post this week. I have translated it with the help of Google from the original Polish and removed the links to dodgy sites, and am now wondering if I could use this as the basis of a choral masterpiece. It’s the least I could do given how much I laughed at the sheer volume and attempt at narrative flow. Enjoy: Read the rest of this entry »