Spam?

Monkey elevated by anal probe vacation.

I think it probably is. But, no links, no dodgy markup in the message headers, body or transport. An address collector (based on non-returns) maybe?

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I think they (evil spam persons) try to overload the Bayesian algorithm spam filter by introducing enough innocuous random word messages that you start to get more and more false positives with your regular mail.

Evil bastards – but that is one of the funnier ones I’ve seen.

Spam Puritans…fuck

These bastards are the hellish metamorphases of cubical workers who used to send out unfunny jokes on a regular basis to the masses, yet who have since been laid off and found that the only way to temporarily fill the void of self-worth which drives their downward spiral into insanity is to transcribe to others not the half-witted, anecdotal humor from a charming, all-American site on a “Strawberry Festival” webring, but the infernal ramblings of the demonic voices that fill their heads every time they turn off TV Land.

They don’t care about profits or clicked links. They can’t be bargained with. They can’t be reasoned with. They don’t feel pity, or remorse, or fear. And they absolutely will not stop, ever, until you are dead.

I just got 6 spams pointing to an online poker site, albeit in german language. Freaky. First spam of my blog. I feel violated.

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