MMMM sounds yummy but I’m actually talking about the spam comments I keep getting on my blog, I trash them and mark as spam so you’d never see them but but they keep coming back….what is the point of sending out this message:
можно было бы и без мата..
очень интересно. СПАСИБО.
Это — позор!
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Who the hell can read that? Zorba? I can’t. Is this effective? And for that matter, the people who think that hacking someones email account and using their address book to send out ads for VitaTrimspa3000 and Vyagra is not the smartest. Who would buy anything from someone they just got duped by? I have no idea what they teach the marketing people in Greece and China and Botswana but this kind of selling just doesn’t work. It’d be like a guy dressed as a Mormon coming to my door (I like Mormons) and once I open it they start in with their overstocked gotta move em frozen steak pitch… Sorry, that’s a nogo por moi. Whatever happened to good old, straightforward lying in advertising? The Doctor who prefers PallMalls because they sooth the throat. There are about 4 lies right there. Why be sneaky when you can just lie…. I actually love contemporary advertising because the powers that be have realized the only way to get the peoples attention is to be funny and or provocative. Like the latest ad for Dish network or whatever, the Russsian guy with the pet miniature giraffe… Brilliant. And the most brilliant thing is the dogs playing poker in the background. You don’t see them at first but it makes you pay attention to the ad the second and third time around. Doesn’t make me want to get a Dish but I will at least watch the whole thing. My Dad and I used to watch football and when the commercials would come on he would either say “good ad” or “poor ad”. Probably why I got into advertising. Don’t know why I never liked football.