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Spam For Breakfast

Nutrition experts tell us breakfast is the most important meal of the day. As dedicated cereal-aholic, after munching my bowl, there is just no room for the heaping piles of fatty, fetid, rotten spam that I empty out of my SpamKarma 2 traps on a daily basis (bless you 1,000,00 times, Dr. Dave).

The portions have been dramatically increasing, this morning I dumped more than 50 into the disposal, and my volume is probably small compared to others. As an example of the nutrition I am missing from these meals, here are some of the lovely dishes that have been served to me on a regular basis, all without my request, nor interest, nor desire expressed to any of the overly generous servers:

Spam-Serving

Yum, these are all things that some “people” have taken the time to figure out I am interested in.

A world without spam, oh what a wonderful world it would be.

I say we round up these scavengers, stuff ’em into a rocket, and send them on a one way ticket to Pluto… No, Pluto is too nice a place for them.

Update: In the time it took to compose this message, one prolific waiter brought me 12 new servings of spam, each with a slightly different garnish. More foulness went right to the trash.

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  1. Phuong has been hanging around my blog lately, but it has been getting past my gatekeeper question about the colour of lemons. How does that happen? What do these idiots think they will achieve by infiltrating bolgs discriminately? And I guess you get a higher level of spam hosting yourself while I think most of my spam knocks at James’ front door first!

  2. Phuong obviously is not dumb and knows the color of lemons.

    Keep in mind, this is not some person typing in your boxes, but brute force. Before I clamped down my firewalls, one of my servers was relentless hacked by scripts that aimed to log in by sheer brute force guessing of username/password combinations. A script can di things over and over and over and…

    The “idiots” are not so dumb. The more they can get links inserted into more web sites, the more some companies will pay to get a higher Google Rank. They pay thousands for a top 10 rank

    If Google’s rank were not so important, the attacks might not be so intense.

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