March 4th, 2013

Spambot of the day

English-as-a-fifteenth-language bot:

This piece of writing is truly a fastidious one it helps new the web people, who are wishing for blogging.

Are we the web people?

7 Responses to “Spambot of the day”

  1. Sam L. Says:

    I, web people person, am most pleasingly plump for this camel.

  2. expat Says:

    My favorite spam that gets caught in Yahoo’s spam filter is one that wants to help me with my arrest record.

  3. roc scssrs Says:

    expat,

    Is there something about you we should know?

  4. parker Says:

    We be plump devo web droids you are looking for with fastidious arrest warrant.

  5. expat Says:

    roc,

    I got a speeding ticket last year for driving about 40 km/hour in a 30-km zone. Other than that I’m pretty boring.

  6. IGotBupkis, Legally Defined Cyberbully in All 57 States and some Canadian provinces Says:

    }}} Are we the web people?

    No, we are the world.

    We are the children.

    Something like that.

  7. AHLondon Says:

    Fifteenth language–excellent way to put it. Spam always has the wrong syntax, structure, or word choice, like the way someone learning French speaks with English syntax. But I can never place spam to a translation pattern. With computer generated spam, the identifying pattern is the lack of any pattern. It just reads fake.

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