From yesterday's T+3 Days post:
When the imposed time matures, you will be called for to return the vehicle to the business.I am sure you thought that this was germane to my discussion of being home finally from the hospital. I'm just not seeing it. No, really, it's me not you. Also, remember when you are returning the vehicle to the business, slip the keys through the Return slot in the door if it's after hours. And make sure you log the miles.
Mucch of this new design came not in its appearance
but iin what is found underneath the hood.
This also gives you and your guests time to relax before and after all the festivities and can be treated as
a short break.
From the T+1 Day post:
Hi there! This blog post could not be written any better! Looking throughAs a generic comment, this isn't so bad. Who wouldn't be flattered to have someone rave about my discussion of "this", whatever "this" is.
this article reminds me of my previous roommate! He constantly kept preaching about this.
I'll forward this article to him. Fairly certain he'll have a very good read.
Many thanks for sharing!
From the When Pro Markets Aren't post of 9/3/2010:
Very soon this web site will be famous among all blogging and site-building users, due to it's fastidious contentFame and Fortune and Fastidiousness shall be mine! All you other monkey bloggers can just despair!
WOW just what I was searching for. Came here by searching for british business electricity pricesThe lack of a final period on several of these is not sloppiness on my part. I fear Twitter and texting is ruining the written word. And British business electricity prices? In a post about potentially scam SF/F writing markets? Man, someone is lost.
From the 46/30/4 post on writing my last WOTF story on the Kindle Fire HD:
Hi there, its nice post about media print,Still trying to wrap my brain about this one.
we all know media is a wonderful source of facts.
Yes! Finally something about cold call email for job.This one definitely is responding to not only the wrong blog entry, but I think the wrong blog.
I'm curious to find out what blog platform you happen to be using?Um, this was posted on LiveJournal. Crossposted from Dreamwidth. Does that help? I didn't think so. Also, this guy needs a new keyboard -- his keeps repeating letters.
I'm experiencing some minor security problems with my latest blog and
I wouldd like tto find something more safeguarded. Do you
have any recommendations?
Oseeteo Start Your Own Edible Arrangement FruitFINALLY something more truly spamlike. Do you think the Edible Arrangements people -- a fine product by the way -- know about this franchise?
Bouquet Business uuittuak oiovhiyo!
And last but not least, from back on 4/23/2007, the perennially popular with spammers International Pixel-Stained Technopeasant Day post:
This Incredible Wordpress Plugin Is The Lastest In WP MassacreOf course, maybe it's just me, but I compose these entries on Dreamwidth and crosspost on LJ, so I'm not sure what good a WordPress plugin in going to do for me -- unless you want me to install a keylogger for you. Sorry, thanks but no thanks.
And has Taken The Internet By Storm. * Keyword Luv This plugin enables you to have your
keyword featured in the name field for blog comments while at the same time satisfying webmasters by simultaneously inserting your
name. Initially when I first started out blogging, I had
not a clue what plug-ins were, what their purpose was, or exactly how they could make my blog superior.
Note too that not one of these have active links, so you have to work at either finding their links or engaging in conversation. To which I say -- my professional consulting rate is $150/hour, minimum of three hours if you need me to do your work.
As I have posted before, we need a better level of scammer on the Internet. These are just embarrassing.
Oh, and I screen all Anonymous posts. There's a Policy on Anonymous and Spam Comments in the margins on LJ. Needless to say those above are all starving to death in the queue.