Spam. Who has the time to generate this kind of nonsense? I have not a clue. Nonetheless, it is my joy and my duty to mock the spam comments that get filtered into my junk box.
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I don’t play video games (unless you count Tetris). I suggest perhaps you put down the controller and pick up some text books.
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Dear fruit mocking party,
Why, yes, I do have a solution for hackers. First, I have a very complicated password. Then, if a hacker attempts to infiltrate my blog with a comment, my site filters him into the junk file. And finally, if a name doesn’t possess any capital letters, the associated email address seems to have nothing to do with the name (…ahem, like your Rease36189@g….) and the comment seems irrelevant and fishy, then I delete the comment.
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Dear Danial Josiah,
You’re right. It would be exhausting to argue with me. Let’s just all agree that I’m right and we can comfortably carry on. And yes, I suppose it is a new spin for someone to reply to a junk comment; but it seems that my approach does the best to make lemonade out of lemons.
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Dear Dean Sicillia,
I don’t know what an H tag is. I don’t know anything about SEO optimization. I don’t care about Latent Semantic Indexing.
Dean, I don’t set out writing with the objective to craft a post that’s impossible for search engines to ignore. No, I set out with a mission to share my life in a honest, wholesome and transparent manner (hopefully with a few chuckles along the way). And frankly, my little life is pretty easy to ignore whether you’re a person or a search engine. I’m okay with that. Because on the off day that I happen to write a diamond in the rough, I trust that my readers will share it with their friends and family who might share it with their friends and family, and so on.
So why don’t we make a deal? If you actually spend four minutes reading one of my posts in its entirety and leave a comment that pertains to the actual content of my post using proper grammar, spelling, punctuation and two spaces between each complete sentence, then I’ll watch your four minute video.