Wednesday, August 17, 2005


Hard to believe that a little blog, er, magazine like mine is suddenly getting spam comments from people advertising websites, consumer goods, and so on. I plan to delete these comments when I can, but if I happen to miss one, you should all know well enough that I don't endorse anything these spammers send out. I'll keep on deleting unless it becomes too burdensome. If that happens, I might have to disable the comments section, which I'd hate to do. We'll see how it goes.

Update: I just got a spam comment to this post. Geez.

Update #2: Another one. This is getting ridiculous.


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Anonymous said...

Spam Spam Spam Spam Spam Spam Spam

Sorry Bill, couldn't resist.

Anonymous said...

Hi, Bill:
A word about your spammers:Yuck. I'm trying to recall something I read in a Pearl Buck book many moons ago -- old Chinese proverb to the effect that if you stick your head above the crowd somebody will lop it off. It does seem to work that way sometimes.
I just posted some comments on "Murder in Metropolis" and a nifty photo of Lonnie Cruse on my blog. Check it out when you get a chance.
When is the next Bogie book? Here's looking at you, kid.
Pat Browning

Jayme Lynn Blaschke said...

That's what you get for starting a Pop Culture Magazine. Sheesh, talk about delusions of grandeur!

Joan Reeves said...

I support capital punishment for spammers. Maybe that's a little harsh. How about corporal punishment, televised on every network and cable channel worldwide. One lash for every spam email sent.

Cap'n Bob said...

You were right the first time, Sling Words. Spammers should be killed. Then we'll work on movie theater talkers and slow drivers.