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I Love Spam

The <a href="http://spam.com/">salty kind</a>. You can make a lot of money out of it too. Even with a website that plays cheesy (pun intended) music.
Comment spam (where low-life idiots put their ads in your blog's comments) has been in the limelight recently, with <a href="http://www.jayallen.org/journey/2003/10/mtblacklist_stop_spam_now">Jay Allen's MT-Blacklist</a> made an almost required plugin for any <a href="http://movabletype.org/">MT</a> user. An example of comment spam lies right here in Tribolum. Read the <a href="http://www.tribolum.com/visuals/archives/2003/07/02/2591.php#comments">comments laid down</a> by a Mohd. Aqil who sells brass candlesticks. Comment spam is now getting smarter and more automated, using bots to generate comments like the <a href="http://vantan.org/archives/2003/04/02_sarspicious_activities.php#comments">one at Vantan.org</a>. I've had to manually delete a number of those already.
So spammers, don't bother with this site. You can't sell squat here. I know because I've tried. No one will buy my photos. I'm sure no one will buy your candlesticks so their houses can look like <a href="http://tribolum.com/visuals/archives/2003/07/02/2591.php">the Esplanade</a>.

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