A dog without a tail.

gl-robot-at-computerI still get a few spam comments on my blog, but they are usually pretty boring these days. In the past I began a collection of the interesting ones, including the purely delightful combinations of words that always made me wonder if chaos theory applies here, or was it just very poetic and sweet non-native robot speakers of English ? with their charming and childlike misspellings…

First, I enjoy the often-thankful comments from those who are philosophical like me:

**Thanks for this post. I undoubtedly agree with what you might be saying. I have been talking about this topic a good deal lately with my mother so hopefully this will get him to see my point of view. Fingers crossed!

**My wife and I have been very blessed in our lives. We have also lived troguhh very tight times ( I. E., blood donations.)

**Appreciate your mistakes for what they are: prceoius life lessons that can only be learned the hard way. Unless it’s a fatal mistake, which, at least, others can learn from.

And there are the practical and encouraging tips and admonitions:

**When you have replied after 7 years, how do you except the reply immediately. Be Patient. Just wait for 7 more years to receive the reply. I use it every day.

**Paragraph writing is also a fun, if you be acquainted with after that you can write if not it is complicated to write.

**Open cupboard doors if your drain pipe is frozen or slice into
your surfaces or ceilings allowing the heat from your home to get to the pipes.

**so-called light cooked dress is not necessarily going to formal, just a feeling, albeit obscure, unlikely uncertain. Do not follow the rules but the atmosphere of printing , is hit the color of a new pattern of it, A glyph When did you start to become so confident? Perhaps it is because of your confidence.gl-spot-looking-in

**If you are the kind of person who feels it’s important how a body of a loved one is disposed of, then I would recommend cemiatron most because it’s difficult to bury a body deep enough to protect it from scavengers. And if you had your cat euthanized, the scavengers could get sick from leftover euthanasia solution.

**I needed to csmoope you one very small remark

Lastly — and I need to get these out of the way so they don’t drag me down (actually I think the fathers say that down is up…?) with pride during Lent — are the compliments, which may be just flattery, I know 😦 A couple of these I’m not entirely certain which category they go in, but since this kind of feedback is rare anymore, I’ll count them as pats on the back:

**Ab fab my gooldy man.

**You have touched some fastidious points here.

**I am writing to let you be aware of what a beicfneial encounter my friend’s child encountered using your webblog. She even learned too many things

**Your individual stuffs outstanding. At all times care for it up!

**Right away I am ready togl-breakfast-at-computer-mine do my breakfast, later than having my breakfast coming over again to read more news.

**nice paragraph and pleasant urging

**You do such a good job for a dog without a tail.


18 thoughts on “A dog without a tail.

  1. “Oh my! Precious post!” I thought, but then I remembered your note about getting ready for lent, and decided against laughing, smirking, or sharing.

    On the other hand, though individuals really are precious, words themselves don’t always tell that truth.

    Also, if these are expressions from “poetic and sweet” foreign robots (and why would real persons send spam comments anyway?) we shouldn’t ban them out of hand. Some kind of vetting, not necessarily extreme, might be in order.

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  2. I just looked at my spam file. There wasn’t anything so interesting as yours, although there were several “people” who seemed intent on selling me school bells. I used to enjoy looking through the search terms, but once Google changed their algorithm, and most terms became hidden, it just isn’t so interesting.

    It is interesting how few spam comments I get these days. There only have been a hundred in the past three months — all gone “poof!” now.

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  3. I read this post to Ron this morning as he was getting ready for work. We laughed through them and I thought, I wonder if my earlier posts sounded like some of these. When I got to the “Dog without a tail,” we both laughed. Then I told him, “That is a compliment to Gretchen you know?” Ron asked How? I said, “My Dad always said that the smartest dog in the world was a dog with naturally bobbed tail.” So now you know that it’s nice. 😉 A dog without a tail.

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  4. These are hysterical! I’ve never understood those rambly spam comments — what is the point? Spam is almost zero on my blog since I don’t have it indexed with Google. That’s some kind of WordPress setting that limits search results.

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