Saturday, November 07, 2009

An Open Letter to My Levitra Spammer

Dear Anonymous Levitra spammer,

You left this comment on a month's old post on my beading blog:
Correctly! Goes! [url=http://.dll?ViewUserPage&userid=acheter_levitra_ici_1euro&acheter-levitra]achat levitra[/url] In my opinion, it is actual, I will take part in discussion. I know, that together we can come to a right answer.
I was so disappointed that I couldn't follow your link. You need to learn how the html for links on a blog post Correctly! Goes! You were probably planning to make some money off every click. Or maybe clicking the link would send someone to a malware site where you'd be able to steal some important information via a virus. I don't know enough about links to know which, but it's a shame that won't be happening. Sad to be you.

Also, the post you left your comment on? It was a story about how The Beadin' Path obtained over 40,000 lbs of vintage Lucite. It was a great story (if you're into making jewelry) and yes, it was actual! I'm just not sure that there's a 'right answer' to come to.

And why post anonymously? How can we have a discussion? How can I come to *your* blog and spam your comments about my jewelry in return? Surely that would be a worthy discussion...I'd be thrilled to put a link to my Artfire shop in the comments on every post. I bet with all your spamming you'd get a lot of traffic that I could piggy-back on for profit! Another lost opportunity for collaborative synergy!

You kids today. You just don't know how to spam like they did in the old days.

Sincerely,

Dawno

6 comments:

BetteJo said...

Must be a trend. My picture blog got viagra spammed on an old post last week, and my bead blog (where I don't talk about beading) got one recently too. Hmmmm.

I wonder how many women actually buy that stuff?

Dawno said...

Hi BetteJo! Thanks for dropping by!

Some poor schlub making ten cents a post and thinks our beading blogs are good places? sad.

As for women buying levitra - somehow I think it could be more pervasive than we'd guess...

Frank Baron said...

I LOL-ed mightily at your Correctly! Goes!

Then I had a Horrible Thought:

What if, a decade or three from now, spam language (hereafter dubbed Spamguage©) becomes the Universal Language of the Interweb? Maybe it'll combine with that L33t speak (hereafter dubbed L33kuage©).

OMG!!! That would be totally Incorrectly! Goes!!

Dawno said...

Frank, in my opinion, it is actual, I will take part in discussion, but I'm not sure I'll be able to adapt to the new language. Hopefully I'll have grandkids that can translate.

poetinahat said...

*sigh* Where's a prolix when you need one? ;)

Thank you for the warm welcome back, Dawn - it's good to see you again! /hug/

Dawno said...

well, sheet, PomeDude - you noes I runed ovr it!!!

((huggles)) Great to see you out in the blogisphere again!