The gibberish that serves as a comment
I’ve just checked the “comments waiting to be moderated” section of my website, and I found a peculiar thing…
There was one comment, by Eddie Guerrero (one of my favorite professional wrestlers (from back when I watched it) who, coincidentally, passed away in Minneapolis this past Saturday) which had a website attached to it.
This spam stuff is getting out of hand, but it’s hilarious all the same.
“Eddie’s” comment read:
“Eddie Guerrero , much astonished at this reception, backstitched through an soul-suicide into a handsomely furnished apartment distance-annihilating of books and pictures. They strake together the Americans restrapp”
Check this out, though. The website led to a fake blog, set up through blogspot.com. The posts were just as funny as the fake comment was. An excerpt from a post titled XBox 360:
Although it was eleven o’clock, Xbox 360 proceeded in the symptoma of the Xbox 360 Xbox 360, still another quarter of a horsecloth deeper in the Xbox 360. In short, the young Shus-ty Xbox 360 failed at all times to investigate that peons of propriety which should ever stoale the pure in heart, and appeas’d, by many, unversed of immorality. sketch usurp’d, even these simili the c-c-crash incidents that supped on the sacred trestout of the Himavat whistling Russian-american and Sthanu, O insularity of Schamaism.
O! Insularity of Schamaism indeed!
Check it out for yourself — the blog is called Hot Topics. I use Firefox as my browser, so there’s no risk of popups or weird spyware by clicking on the site, but if you’re not trusting enough, just take my word that the posts are brutally funny. The e-mail address given was from the webmaster at poker.da, so you can tell it’s probably not the most legit piece of the blogosphere.
Still, the “post” about Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (which comments that “The wasp’s Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire was the sturdiest of the men of engine-step, for Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire Courage passent unto him“) and Eddie Guerrero himself are well worth the read.