Spambot Wisdom: UPDATE


“I just like the treasured details you deliver within your articles or blog posts.I’ll bookmark your weblog and take a look at once more the following consistently.I’m particularly guaranteed I will discover loads of new stuff most suitable below! Decent luck for that subsequent!”

I do like the idea that someone thinks our little blog gives them, “treasured details,” and wishes us “decent luck,” for I would surely not wish for indecent luck!

UPDATE: I found another spam post that was masquerading as a genuine response. :

There’s no better way to practice the art of writing than to write a few poems and short stories. Have you ever tried your hand at them? It’s surprising the number of writers that have never done this. Instead they jump straight in with their first novel. ;

It went on to give a medical dot com website with the page: /rash-on-back/. I wasn’t sure if back rashes had anything to do with us personally, a comment on the post or just a “happy” accident.

Again, Happy Presidents’ Day everyone.

Take care–Susan Kaye


5 thoughts on “Spambot Wisdom: UPDATE

    1. Susan Kaye Post author

      That’s what made this bot spout so interesting. There are no definitions. It’s kind of blogging Rorschach test; a blog bot blot if you will.


  1. Laura Hile

    A haiku by one of my middle school students, as I recall it. (Haiku = 5 syllables, 7 syllables, 5 syllables)

    Haikus can be strange
    Sometimes they don’t make much sense


    So being artistic through poetry is the way to go, Mr Spambot? Instead of, you know, sitting down and dashing off a novel or two?



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