Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Fastidious Spam

Recently the inbox for this blog has been overflowing with spam. Some of them have been carefully worded to generically apply to most any subject matter -- with a link to their own handiwork, of course. Like this one (all links disabled):

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OK, not too bad -- even if the comment was attached to the post HD Radio's Rate of Decay (maybe HD Radio would do better on a low carb diet?)

But this one really takes the cake -- er, processed meat product. Twice this week I've received a comment using the word "fastidious."

According to Merriam Webster, fastidious means:
a : having high and often capricious standards
b : showing or demanding excessive delicacy or care
c : reflecting a  meticulous, sensitive, or demanding attitude
And here's the latest comment I've received with the word -- this one from a classical CD review (Weinberg: Symphony No. 6 - A Russian composer is given his due ):

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Sure,  toots, thanks. So is this knowledge you refer to capricious, delicate, or demanding? My writing can be characterized many ways (such as good, bad or indifferent), but I have yet to hear this term from any of my editors!

I don't think spammers have gotten more creative -- just stranger.


UPDATE: Shortly it went live, this post received its first comment:

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More spam. And not particularly fastidious, either.

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