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puzzlehead
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Post by puzzlehead » 01 Sep 2005 12:54

Ok, I'm sure everyone hates spam. But come on, people. Why the fuck are you god damn morons sending me messages trying to get me to get a degree online and yet your stupid ass subject line says "Obtain d1ploma degr3e"?? I know that you shitheads use the mixture of letters/numbers in order to attempt to circumvent spam filters and the sort, but fucking think about it!!! You stupid ass, cock gobbling sons of bitches can't see the irony of your stupid messages, can you?

Other favorite subject lines of my of late:

"love erectile problems for nothing"
"Re: Do What MICROSOFT Does... Send Spam to Everyone!"
"Get 9.95 Bestsellers and lifetime free shipping" <= I would be missing 5 hundreths of a book, probably the ending.
"Men's essentials. All in one place." <= I've got your Men's essentials all in one place.

WHO THE FUCK THINKS THAT BUYING MEDICATION FROM SOMEONE WHO CAN'T SPELL VIAGRA OR CIALIS IS A GOOD IDEA?? AAAAAAAAAGH!

And, no, I don't care if you're holding a new equity loan/mortgage for me at super-duper special rates; I don't care if you're a lawyer holding the assets of an ex-patriate Ugandan general; I don't want to surprise my wife with a newly enlarged penis!

Well, ok. Maybe yes with that last one.

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Post by AngelBaby » 01 Sep 2005 21:45

<span style='color:blue'>I believe misspelling drug names is also a common way to circumvent spam blockers, but I'm not positive... :unsure: </span>

turtle1
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Post by turtle1 » 02 Sep 2005 00:26

<span style='color:red'>"Re: td5 Works Wonder VIAGRRå "

"Re: au2 Pro 4 you PHÄRAMCY"

thank god i took latin as a second language</span>

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Post by ~vjay~ » 02 Sep 2005 10:23

These days they put a directly unrelated topic on the header, hoping you click it to find their 'intelligent' spam.

Pity the majority of them can't spell, I find the best spam to be from -banks-

I'm sure if a real bank sent you an email they would at least know how to spell. :lol:

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Post by gulliver » 02 Sep 2005 16:11

I cant see how these fuckers make an money or gain any publicity by spamming these days. I mean who is fucking bird-brained enough to actually click on email thats not from a recognised contact or with a dodgy subject?

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Post by inplainview » 03 Sep 2005 02:00

My yahoo mail does a good job of filtering out the crap, which is a lot. I last checked my yahoo a day ago and deleted the 1083 spam emails, I now have 238 new god damn e-mails that just immediately get deleted. Thank god for the "bulk folder" and the "empty" button.

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Post by ~vjay~ » 03 Sep 2005 06:41

I have filters set up in hotmail to instantly remove mail from certain domains I set up, all mail from those domains is instantly thrown out, and I agree, who even opens junkmail usually, if I am really really bored I will sometimes open one since hotmail now has all images blocked on the mail, just to see what shit they are trying to sell.

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Post by puzzlehead » 03 Sep 2005 08:14

One of my biggest pet peeves is when they tell you to 'click here' to unsubscribe or remove yourself from a distribution list. Only to find out that they actually use that to confirm that there is actually a human receiving the message. So, rather than removing you they know there is a sucker receiving emails and they sell your address and...ding! ding! ding!...you've just become the town's two dollar whore.

Grrr.

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Post by ~vjay~ » 03 Sep 2005 20:19

I feel like signing up to spam mail for fun, I am so bored, it is more fun when you sign someone you dont like up for spam, especially porn mail



Ignore me, I am drunk.

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Post by doppletwo » 04 Sep 2005 01:25

Pending Participation, You are Eligible for a Complimentary Riding Lawn Mower
hhj 2 WEEKS OF JUICY TEENS PAYLESS assonant
their hubbies cant provide so they look outside
Looking for Christian Singles over Thirty
Summer Blowout! Free Easy Set™ Inflatable Pool
Vroom vroom [my name here, but deleted for post]


"With SpamGuard turned on, Yahoo! Mail will deliver suspected spam to this folder and delete them after one month.

Messages in your Bulk folder do not count toward your mailbox storage quota."


That is a quote from yahoomail. I currently have about ten thousand spams in my bulk (actualy 10912). I should go for 1(one) million spams -- with pinkie in corner of mouth.


What I wanna know is who is into lawn mower porn? And what exactly is christian porn?

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Post by ~vjay~ » 04 Sep 2005 09:57

doppletwo wrote:lWhat I wanna know is who is into lawn mower porn?&nbsp; And what exactly is christian porn?
Lawn mower porn, it's the in thing if you are a yokel.


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Post by KlaudeSmith » 04 Sep 2005 12:42

~vjay~ wrote:
doppletwo wrote:lWhat I wanna know is who is into lawn mower porn?&nbsp; And what exactly is christian porn?
Lawn mower porn, it's the in thing if you are a yokel.


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That's the last time I lend you my back issues of riding mowher.

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Post by darkoZiac » 06 Sep 2005 00:25

I got one that I couldn't resist clicking, "PLANS SET AFOOT TO CAPTURE THE LOCH NESS MONSTER!!". But when I went into it, it didn't even have anything interesting just a nothing attachment, I mean what in the name of god's the point of that?

doppletwo
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Post by doppletwo » 08 Sep 2005 10:12

According to Napoleon Dynamite there are Japanese scientists that are trying to capture Nessie.


I like to get my news from movies. I heard there was a storm or a flood or something in the south. I don't want to hear about it though, I don't want to ruin the movie.
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Post by JustSumDude » 23 Jun 2006 16:51

<span style='font-family:tahoma'><span style='color:green'>This thread title made me hungry for Spam.</span></span>

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