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Computer feestje

Yippee or Boohoo!

Today I received 8 spam comments; the numbers are definitely on the rise for one day. As George Jefferson might say, “I’m moving on up.” To date, I’ve received  93 Spam comments and only a handful that I could publish. Now what does that tell me? Hmm…not sure.

What are your thoughts on Spam?


January 26, 2013 - Posted by | Writing |


  1. Eight spam comments again today.


    Comment by Arsoleen Woolcock | January 28, 2013 | Reply

  2. […] Spam ( […]


    Pingback by Spam Comments #7 « The Ranting Papizilla | February 5, 2013 | Reply

  3. I have decided to open the door a crack. Spam has two sides. The computer generated stuff is invisible to me. I use word recognition for my comments and can delete any comments that simply do not fit.

    However, if an online presence has something to say, I am all ears. Tell me who you are and link to your business or blog. The only caveat is that you make all comment tame enough that a child could read them without being tainted and that the comment be relevant to the article. We will see.

    b (smile)


    Comment by b+ | February 12, 2013 | Reply

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