The joy of spam posts

All comments on this site are moderated, which means I see all posts before they show up (and most of them I reject).

Usually they’re very generic “This article is very interesting” posts, obviously designed to fit any arbitrary article while stroking the author’s ego. Occasionally something a little more interesting shows up.

The most recent submission reads like this:

{
{I havе|I’ve} been {surfing|browsing} օnline more than {three|3|2|4} Һours today,
yet I never found anyy interesting article ike yours.

{It’s|It is} prettʏ worth enough for me. {In my opinion|Personally|In my vieԝ},
if alll {webmasteгs|site owners|website owոers|web оwners}
and bloggerѕ made good contеnt as you did, the {internet|net|web} will bbe {mucҺ more|a lot more} useful than ever before.|
I {couldn’t|could nߋt} {reѕist|refrainfrom} commenting.
{Vеryƴ well|Perfectly|Well|Excеptionally well} wгіtten!|
{I will|Ӏ’ll} {rіǥht away|immediately} {take hold
of|grab|clutch|grasp|seizе|snatch} your {rss|гss feed} as I {can
not|can’t} {in finding|find|to find} yօujr {email|e-mail} sսbscription
{link|hyperlinҝ} or {newsletter|e-newsletteг} sеrvice.

It goes on for a while longer along similar lines. Somebody hasn’t read their spam software manual carefully.

Another recent posting looks like this:

Developing Strategic Aims

Deference to author, some excellent entropy.

which is just bizarre. I can only think it’s been authored by somebody with no knowledge of English and a third-rate translation dictionary.

There have been others, but I’ve long since binned them. I may add some other more bizarre examples in future.

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