BlogSpamBlog

The blogosphere is a vast and uncharted universe, encompassing as many blogs, with as many purposes, as one could possibly dream up. As administrator/mistress/placeholder of The Poplar Grove Muse, one of my intermittent tasks is to clear out the voluminous spam we collectively receive.

I do consider all of the ideas you’ve presented in your post.
They’re very convincing and will certainly work.
Nonetheless, the posts are very brief for
beginners. Could you please lengthen them a little from next time?
Thanks for the post.

Good day! This post couldn’t be written any better! Reading this post reminds me of my good old room
mate! He always kept chatting about this. I will forward this article to him.
Pretty sure he will have a good read. Thanks for sharing

Writing articles is a fun.

Who are these spammers? What can they possibly hope to achieve by spamming a women’s writing community blog, hawking, in their inelegant, scattershot ways, their various wares of porn, editing services, companionship, and who-knows what?  Every few weeks I find myself clearing out hundreds and hundreds of such pieces of trash, transferring them electronically to an ethereal virtual dustbin.

A huge proportion of these mis-aimed missives are in Russian, long, rambling incomprehensible rants in Cyrillic characters, while the “English” of many others is clearly not that of a native speaker, filled with alternately touching or annoying infelicities.  Lots of Viagra, lots of latent loneliness. Lots of entrepreneurial effort couched in terms so general, so eager to strike somewhere near some undefined advertising target, that these, too, seem to be composed in some foreign language of another species. Many posts suggest that [We Women] can easily find HOT women in our area—I might propose that WE ARE the hot women in our area.

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as from our dialogue made at this time.

Ninety-one percent of those children in the intervention clique stated that the distracter helped and they would use it again

Rencontrez des filles sexy dans votre ville

I really want to f*** myself in the ass on the camera!!!!
I’m waiting for you!!
and my ass wants to f***!
  (This one appears too many times to count)

The names range from the crudely specific—Sexy girls for the night in your town — to those that suggest the bots that generated them— DiegoBioks,  Grokglodledly — to pleas from campaigns to save television shows I’ve never heard of— #SaveTheOA.  

A common theme that fascinates me is a general compliment of obscure intent:

Hi, I do think this is an excellent site. I stumbled upon it
I will revisit once again since I saved as a favorite it.
Money and freedom is the best way to change, may you be rich
and continue to help others.

Or a seemingly respectful request for information or assistance that imputes a certain expertise to the fortunate recipient of the spam, the aim of which is also obscure:

I am curious to find out what blog system you’re
using? I’m experiencing some minor security problems with my
latest website and I would like to find something more safeguarded.
Do you have any recommendations?

Clearly not, or we wouldn’t be hearing from the likes of YOU.

Mistress Mary for The Poplar Grove Muse

 

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