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Monday, December 18, 2006

'tis the season to get spammed...

I don't know about you guys but the amount of inbox spam I've been getting lately is just way off the charts! Everything from the lamest sounding home refinance offers, drugs, watches and porn. It's just incredible! No matter how many you block, dozens more arrive every fifteen minutes! I know it has everything to do with the season too. They think people are more in a "spending mood".
I'm more likely to jump into a live volcano or eat razor blades for breakfast than I would be to click on one of these email links, let alone actually purchase something from these annoying fuckheads.

I especially resent the "enlarge your pen!s" just in time for Christmas ads. Apparently Santa gives better gifts to men that are well hung or something. And hell, why not display your Christmas spirit with a huge pen!s?? Hang a stocking on it! Now, I admit, the drug ads are a good idea, who doesn't want to be totally drugged up for Christmas? Count me in!! Nothing like being in a drug induced stupor on such a wonderful day, huh? No drug underdoses for me!!

And, you can be sure I'll be the first one lining up to send money for a "genuine" Rolex watch from a website run by a guy named "Akmed" who's website link looks like total gibberish. Yeah, right.... not in their fucking dreams.

I'm starting to think these people are nothing more than "email terrorists" the way they hold our inboxes hostage, clog up the internet with useless crap and send our stress factor up using extremely lame attempts to get us to part with our hard earned money. It's a good thing some of them are so ridiculous that they're actually quite funny and somewhat entertaining!

Die, spam-tards, Die!!