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Oh, spam. It's like you're in your home, talking to your friends, when suddenly a man walks in, smiling, and says "O hai guise, hao arr yu?"

So you and your friends are all like, "Who are you?" And he's all, "Lolwut Im yur oldest n best freynd," and you're all "no you're not, I've never seen you before." And then he's like "No ur post is awesome n btw I noticed ur a group of heterosexual young men so WANNA BUY A PAIR OF BOOTS THAT EVEN SELF-RESPECTING TEEN GIRLS ARE ASHAMED TO WEAR IN PUBLIC?!?"

Then he wonders why you kick him out of your house and call the police.

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Actually we generally get onto spam before its even reported. So don't feel that it has to be pointed out - we see it boltbait.wink.png

The amount of spam tends to ebb and flow. At the moment we are getting a stream of it (somewhere in between a trickle and a flood). Rest assured that each and every spammer is dealt with severely - they don't get a second chance.

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"I have always depended on the kindness of strangers." ~Blanche DuBois, A Streetcar Named Desire (1951).

Now that I have a Kindle Fire, I can somewhat relate to Blanche DuBois. Since it only has wi-fi, I give thanks to all of the strangers who leave their wireless networks open.

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