They’ve infiltrated every part of your life

Well, it’s official: even my blog spammers are aware I live in a community heavily populated by retirees. In addition to the TV commercials we see for catheters, hernia mesh recalls, and Liberty Medical, I am now receiving spam comments about the dangers of mesothelioma, and associated lawsuits to Get Money for your lung damage. *fist pump* … More They’ve infiltrated every part of your life

Excuse me. But you don’t know what you’re talking about.

I have learned that my website SEO is severely lacking. Ahem. In other news, here’s how my third trimester is going so far: —  Heartburn. Heeeaaarrrrrtburn. Tums, you are my best friend. —  Every time I burp, I feel dangerously close to upchucking. Only a little bit, though, in my mouth. Yum! I think it’s … More Excuse me. But you don’t know what you’re talking about.

Spammy spam and acronyms, among other unmentionables

Been getting lots of (auto-queued for deletion) spam comments that are written like fragments of a conversation. “I disagree, Becky, her butt is so big.” Or “I dunno, I still think that Wonder Woman’s skirt is too short.” Sometimes I wonder if they’re born of a digital copyeditor ghost, one that trawls through my entries … More Spammy spam and acronyms, among other unmentionables

Great spam

This video reminds me that I really need to pick up the new Low album. Low: Every Note In Its Right Place In other news, here’s a great spam comment I received on a recent entry: “Your words are good, but somewhat confusing, if you can explain them better, it would be great.” So true, … More Great spam