Why am I getting so many spam comments and why are they so weird?
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I guess the wording is to make it less like spam so it gets through the filters, but why? What is the point of a nonsense comment like that? Am I going to go to the website and check out an approach to getting rid of my body hair? I am a little hairy, but not that much.
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Really? WTF is this one even about? Spelling error aside, wtf are they trying to get me to do? Do people have nothing better to do than to create spambots that spew random information?
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Well, he has me there. I do make a lot of slepling errors. I really need to work on my slepling. Again, what is there to gain here other than causing clutter? Luckily WordPress catches a majority of these, but more and more are making their way through.
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And there have been a few that do seem like real comments. They don’t actually link to anything, so I am not sure of the point. It is a good compliment, so I almost approved it. I guess I will take it as my blog is getting found by the search engines and algorithms so it is somewhat read. 🙂
In any case, I am very thankful for the actual humans that read and respond to this blog. It is great to share my ideas and hear yours. What a great community.
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