Don't you love those rambling, crazy spam emails, advertising who knows what? Usually I hit delete pretty fast but the other day I read a little bit, trying to see if I could figure out a point to it all. Can you?

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the Joneses said...

Darren said that he thinks that random text is to keep filters from catching it as spam. I find it very intriguing, wondering what the text is from. It always sounds far more interesting than the actual email.

-- SJ

KW said...


DJ said...

*agrees with SJ

ljmax said...

Yes, but what are they actually selling? Often I don't even see a recognizable product or anything within the randomness...that's what I don't get.