Nobody expects the Spammish Inquisition

23 12 2016

There’s never a good reason for the composition, much less the presentation, of spam poetry, but sometimes it just happens. I would offer my apology for such lapses, but the expression of regret would not, alas, be genuine. Here’s the latest offering from La Mershark, spam-poet laureate, which appears to be a reflection on either popularity or surveillance:

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what is better than traffic?
by Cynthia Mershark

I was curious about if you knew of any
suggestions from other knowledgeable people
and why all those people are following you.

I decided to leave
targeted visitors who are interested in
more than 16 million users, and
they now want to follow you too.

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