We all know there are a handful of people in this world making tons of money sending out spam e-mail. It has always been my belief that these people, although they truly “represent all that is soulless and wrong”, must be at least moderately intelligent. I mean, not only do they have to market and sell their services to companies or individuals pushing genu1ne r0lexes or $30 college diplomas, they also have to make sure they don’t “get caught”. I’ve had my doubts about the buyers of spam services though. Sure, there are probably a lot of people making money by sending out 500 million e-mail promoting their bullshit services or products, but sometimes, I wonder if these people are hooked up right. Every once in a while, I have a look through the spam folder to make sure Thunderbird hasn’t gotten any false positives. Today, I found this lovely piece of e-mail:
My boyfriend began having problemsThe better way that was in Captain Blood’s mind was the way that with erections (he’s older) and I suggested he look into VlAGRRA.
Boy, am I glad he did!
The first time he tried it, one 50 mg piIl did notfellow-convicts, he was enabled to keep his self-respect, and washing so he took another and that was a mistake. Three hours later he was still rock hard and had come multiple times (so had I)!! Since then a single 50 mg dose does it very well–he’s now good for almost 2 hours of good hard sex that leaves both of us worn out.
– Peter Blood said nothing.Bobbie, 21 female USA
The above is either the result of a seriously flawed algorithm or a very disturbed human being. Note to people trying to sell me erection pharmaceuticals: It’s never a good idea when the message you’re trying to push makes more sense after being Babelized a couple of times.
Captain Blood? What the …? :)