Blog-Spam, Worse than Hormel’s Canned

I hate the spam that you get on your blog comments, it seems whatever you do they just always seem to find a way in.  The below comment was made yesterday to a post I wrote OVER A YEAR AGO.  Somehow the geniuses behind annoying spam-mail have found a way to annoy me in yet another outlet.  The funny thing is that this one has some funny logarithm built in to take key words from my post, match them to key sentences (badly written and translated, I might add) from some database of spam language.  It’s awful how much they try to make their comment just relevant enough that you’ll click on their link, but a bit funny to read and get a laugh.  Damn you blog-spam comments for being annoying yet humorous…

“I’ve had my Pre due to the fact shortly soon after launch and am glad to locate (by way of this forum) that I can now set a ring tone on incoming text messages and can research through e-mails and this kind of. Now is there any hope for an upcoming release by which I can look for my calendar? Would make my work a lot simpler, discovering dates of final appointments.  No other complaints, except that yesterday I used to be in and out of Sprint assistance (not unusual). I think I used to be roaming, and looked at my calendar. Almost everything within the calendar was just one hour earlier than what I had input. The clock was just one hour early as well. I was scared to death–then, once we got back into Sprint service yet again, everything was normalized. Has this happened to anybody else?? Seeking forward to answers, but please keep in mind, I’m no techie and speak English as opposed to technospeak.”

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