Spam, Spamalicious Spam

It’s a Monday.  Not much is going on–a good time to check my spam folder.

Steel buildings:  There are three entries having to do with construction of steel buildings.  I already have a steel building.  That ship has already sailed.  Please, no spam about ships or sailing.

Free Animal Sex Pictures:  I was a farm kid–farm animals having sex wasn’t that unusual.  This, undoubtedly, went far beyond that.

Replacement Quartz Clock Movements:  Did I even have any quartz clocks?  Therefore, why would I need movements for them?

Recharge BatteriesPolice Flashlights:  I have several flashlights that don’t work, stored away in junk drawers.  Including gimmicky flashlights, sans batteries, that need to be shaken to work.  There’s a bit of genius for you.  A burglar breaks into your house.  There you stand, like an idiot, in the percussion section, shaking your flashlight to the beat.

China Business Sourcing & China Logistics:  Services offered at best prices.  This was not a new one.

Business Marketing:  See here for greatest press, now available anywhere and reasonably priced.

Anti Wrinkle:  Click here for top Vitamin C serum for body now at best prices.

Belk Coupon Codes & Discounts:  I was seeking this information for a while.  After 6 hours of continuous Googling, I got in your website at last.  I wonder what is lack of Google strategy; don’t rank this informative website at top of list?  Generally the top websites full of garbage.

What the previous had to do with Belk department stores was beyond me.  I took it as a backhanded compliment–even though it was purposed to separate me from my money–at least I wasn’t garbage status.

The “available at best prices” tidbits, were listed as, in response to “Pine Cones and Barbed Wire Fences.”  I guess spam bots didn’t need a connection.  Spam folders were good for entertainment if nothing else.

 

 

 

 

 

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Author: warturoadam77p

65 year old married retired communications worker with three grown children, transplanted from the Midwest to the sunny Gulf Coast.

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