Okay, so maybe I’m beating a dead horse here, because I’ve already written at length about how much I hate scammers (click HERE, and HERE, and HERE to refresh your memory), and just posted last week about loathing all the morons that like to flood email inboxes with spam (click HERE to read the original post). But, it’s hard not to write about these people  when they slap you in the face with their idiocy.

For instance, take this lovely little spam comment that I received tonight over on my Lori Bites blog…

Come on, you moron! If you actually want your spam comment and your malware-ridden link to get posted on my page, you need to come up with something that might actually appear to be somehow related to the content. I mean, really? You don’t know how I connected the dots in the logic of my recipe for Homemade Chicken and Noodles? If you’re that thick, buddy, I don’t really know how I can make it much easier for you. The only solution I can come up with to make it easier on you is to come over to your house with a bagful of ingredients, make the soup, tie a bib around your neck and spoon feed you. How’s that for linking the dots much better?

Tonight’s 365 Project entry is dedicated to the brilliant minds behind spam blockers. Thank you for being the first line of defense keeping the idiots at bay. And now, I’m off to empty my spam folder for the night.

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