Spam what am…….

Time to again reward my spam comment contingent with a heartfelt reply. Here goes:

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My response:

Thanks Ward. It’se soe nice thate youe like mye greate pieces. I, too, am much more fond of kind info than that old meany stuff. I don’t know who Im is, but glad he/she is impressed. Hello to you too, but haven’t we already been talking? I guess it’s never too late for a salutation. You should certainly recommend my incredible job to your friends. After all, isn’t your view the most important one? And even though I know they will be benefited from my website, they would be benefited far more if they stopped smoking those cheap cigarettes from your website. You digg?

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My response:

Dear Love, could you send me some of the vitamins you advertise on your website? (they’re not really yuky are they)? That way I could be absorbing your excellent stuff while you are absorbing my excellent stuff.

3. From Renda Geck (I don’t make these names up) at bpk53.net/board_smf/index.php?action=profile:

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My response:

Dear Renda, I appreciate your concern but I quit smoking 38 years ago, probably before you were born. Also, as a card-carrying member of the dangling modifier police, I have to ask. Do you mean people who are trying to halt already, but want to halt better, or do you mean people who haven’t halted but had better start halting now? Where are all those commas when we really need them, eh? And, just so you know, I am blissfully aware of how life can give me.

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My response:

Huh? No really, huh?

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My response:

“It’s actually good?”  You were expecting maybe chopped liver? Another question, why does anyone in San Diego need psychotherapy? It’s got the best weather in the world.

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My response:

Well, maybe if you’d just give me one of your BMWs, I would have a fun.

7. From Burt Celmer at mfdva.ir/froums/member.php?action=profile&ui:

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My response:

Burt, I’m sorry to say I don’t know anything about getting fingerprints into clay molds. But even further, it’s very important that my fingerprints don’t get out on the internet. I won’t bore you with the details, just that it has something to do with the “3 strikes and you’re out” law.