Spamplemousse

May 7th, 2008at 11:22am Posted by Eli

As I mentioned yesterday, my spam comments (since January ’07) have now outstripped my overall visits (since May ’05).  Recently I’ve been seeing a whole bunch of spam comments that are eluding the filters.  Half of them appear to be for European gambling sites, but I can’t be sure because they all point back to “http://url” – I have no idea what they’re trying to accomplish.

The other half, however, are of the poetic and quasisensical variety that I love so dearly (although some of the URLs are strange – I don’t think Flickr or Google or Yahoo Groups really need that much extra promotion).  Some examples:

a pair in the adventures. and dream. and climb

pretty It is and one day, could reach. neighborhood front yard things. and dream. with a into the yard, become could reach. well neighborhood

knew I got done it. had exploring removing from competing leaf And grapes, more than forts and began

A huge from a young attempt. along about trees off sour, then eventually years later. friends

personalities. is still with my and began spent days black

rewarding attempt. we watched it is a and dream. had probably gardening think gardening

years later. had probably his off I’d surprise a young

all what I was were told every my first because

I confessed these trees for the still there. to our my misguided years later. leaves accomplish as a sapling The hollow living them. caught it

They tend to have kind of a pastoral, outdoorsy vibe.  I like it.  And it seems like if you just knew the correct order, you could rearrange them into a coherent story…

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