You know, I enjoy these spam messages. Whatever they are trying to sell, guitars or sex (depending on your post), they still say a nice thing or two about your blog.
‘Your blog rocks!’
‘Wish I could write like you’
‘I am a fan of your blog.’
Boy, really? Am I sold, or what!
I mean seriously, why the heck would anyone block a little praise even if they are automated and don’t mean a thing? Spammers, you are welcome to raise my comment counter a little (now you know). Just won’t click the link like a jackass (need to remember that, though).
Thought I should bring to notice this particular spammer fella who threw me off a little. It’s the last comment on this post.
Very nice blog, hard to come by these days,
If you have a chance, can you visit my how to play guitar siteIt has all guitar related stuff.
I like the novel way in how they tie in the post with the comment, just like us real people. He tries to sell me guitar lessons just when I wrote in the post that people who don’t get enough sex play guitars. Did I deserve it or what!
Now I am sot sure what he means by ‘these days’.
These days? How long have blogs been around anyway? Not even as long as my last hair cut (need to get one soon).
Does NYCGuy12 mean blogs were so good in the sixties and the quality started deteriorating towards the seventies with the advent of bellbottoms? Does he go on to mean that by stumbling upon my blog, he was reminded of the good-olden days of superior web-logs when every Tom, Dick and Harry blogged about the Independence struggle and had voting buttons- ‘Support Subhash’/ ‘Support Mohandas’?
Or does he mean, ‘Just freaking click on the guitar site and stop analyzing the bullcrap I said about your dumb site- for heaven’s sake!’