Spam of the Day

Because this was just too good to keep to myself.

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I’ll hold out my gems and change my walk.  That should impress simultaneously.

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Best of the Spam Filter, June 2013

Mmmm. Spam ‘n’ beans.

Last time I did a post about the wacky and wonderful spam I get, it all seemed to be coming from Brazil.  Now all the links seem to be Polish.

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Best of the Spam Filter, August 2012

My spam filter has been clogged with much hilarity lately.  I just had to share some with you,  internet.

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Let’s meet our spammers for August! 

Many of them are from Brazil, for some reason.

Pirates would love this

From Retrotisements – check this site out

hi!,I like your writing so much! share we communicate more about your post on AOL? I require an expert on this area to solve my problem. Maybe that’s you! Looking forward to see you. *tangled web of spam links*

Me: Okay, but there’ll be an extra charge for house calls in AoHell.

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The Museum of Bad Art: Bad As They Wanna Be

Did you know there is a museum dedicated exclusively to the preservation of Bad Art?  Yes, indeed!  Click here to see!

“Can something that affords me so much pleasure (I can’t stop looking at it) really be classed as worthless?”  muses my twitter pal/first mate Glennie Bee on the subject of Bad Art.  Read the rest of her blog here.

To qualify for MOBA’s collection, the art cannot be deliberately bad. You won’t find dogs playing poker or velvet Elvises there, though there is one pretty disturbing clown.

Jerez the Clown by Higgins

John Wayne Gacy would have been proud to paint this

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The badness has to be have the free, spontaneous quality that only comes when it’s done unintentionally.

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Karma: my thoughts exactly

Okay, I’m too busy to write anything interesting, but had a few moments to kill over on Pinterest and found this:

Source: dictoot.com via M.K. on Pinterest

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I’m going to put this on a T-shirt and send it to my new hero, Eric Joyce.

On second thought, it’s a bit girly looking for a dude, better to wear it myself.

(The only thing I don’t understand is why he apologized.  Is that a usual thing in the UK?  I don’t understand why anyone would be sorry at all for headbutting Tories.  Sorry that he only got two of them,  while the rest continued their devil’s work of disemboweling the NHS and slashing benefits for disabled people, maybe, but I don’t pretend to understand British politics.   We Americans don’t apologize for anything, so I wouldn’t know jack about being sorry.  Can some local person clarify the situation?)