December 1st, 2004

spam alert

You've seen it if you have opened any spams to see what they're about. A bundle of words stuck at the end or beginning of the message. I have always supposed that they were there to try to increase odds of making it past spam filters. Perhaps I've been wrong, perhaps therein is truly the meat of the message. Below is truly the contents (minus the link) of a spam I received:

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