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Straight Angle™: Funny Spam!
Wednesday, January 24, 2007

Funny Spam! 

Sometimes, when I really want a break from work for real, I read through the tens of spams that I get everyday. Some are ridiculously short "This is the file- Ok-Bye" stuff, while some are more elaborate "You inherit the wealth of Africa- waiting to confirm your account number stuff".
But some are interesting, in the subject they choose and the content they have. For example, I got a mail with the Subject "testimonial" and the content as below:
Today I bought a book of stamps. On the other hand we're all getting better as time goes along. Since this is a core piece, any application in windows will be able to use the drive. PrintAnywhere is a windows-installed piece of software that allows other people on the 'net to print to your printer. mostly sweet, with a few nuts. Today I bought a book of stamps. simpler, more efficient and quieter than it's prop cousins, this thing's sure to be a hit. you're investing in the service up front.
PrintAnywhere is a windows-installed piece of software that allows other people on the 'net to print to your printer. 51 up front to be used in 12 months. This movie focuses on an arranged wedding, and life in general in India.
after sticking my stamps carefully on the 4 pieces of mail I had. PrintAnywhere is a windows-installed piece of software that allows other people on the 'net to print to your printer. I've given up on an out of date tamps beacause it's so time consuming to stand in line at the Post Office to get 1c stamps.
Since this is a core piece, any application in windows will be able to use the drive. On the other hand we're all getting better as time goes along. With a learning Bayesian filter this has the ability to grow with spam challenges. Cripes I hate colour spaces. on the other hand you're going to have to worry about colour spaces and differences between tone on a monitor, camera, printer, and in paint. but it's memory remains.
Here comes the quote of the year:
If Microsoft wanted to get more candy more quickly, it would leave some in the jar.
Some really thoughtful words with a hurt ego:
If rationality ever becomes a widespread infectious vector, maybe someone will listen to you someday.

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2 Comments:

Blogger Chakra Sampath said...

I really don't get the purpose behind long spam mails that don't mean anything... why do they take so much effort in doing something so ridiculous.

1/25/2007 11:18 AM  
Blogger Krish said...

@Chakra: I could possibly do this, if I am paid by someone for advertising[;)] the "PrintAnywhere" software. As someone who has just started to work with the so called "Developed Nation's" nationals, I am seeing the bigger picture that they are no better than the illiterates in India when it comes to Computers. There are many who cant understand the difference between a Spam and a real mail. I would definitely not be interested in this stuff, but if there is someone who is innocent (ignorant) enough to not know the difference, I am sure, any spammer can reap some money.Also this spam too seems to be generated by a bot with a random selection of words, phrases and sentences. I would definitely do this, if I am paid by someone to do it. Afterall, it would take only a matter of hours to write a code that would randomly form sentences and spread the "key words" in between them.

1/25/2007 1:27 PM  

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