Spam is a pain but you have to laugh sometimes

Since the Inside Outsourcing blog has been up and running with the opportunity for readers to comment it has been plagued by spam comments.

All Computer Weekly blogs have the same problem. Obviously we do not allow them on the site. Because of this readers do not get to see the spams, which have to make you smile sometimes.

Here are some recent spams that have tried to outwit our censors. If you look at the posts they are replying to they are particularly funny.   I have deleted some classics so cannot share them all.  

I have taken out foul language but left the spams as they appeared.                                                      

A selection of the spams received by Inside Outsourcing blog

1 –  

Blog post: London Stock Exchange system up again.

Spam: “Gravitation is not responsible for people falling in love.”

2 –

Blog post: Infosys European head blogs from Davos – part 3

Spam: “Woah, I would not have taken it there if I were you, but this is a rather good entry.  Perhaps you should allow me to post a guest post to express my feelings about the other side of this argument.”

3 –

Blog post: Infosys European head blogs from Davos

Spam: “I don’t know if I completely agree. However, you do have a decent argument. Perhaps I can create a response in opposition to your arguments.

4 –

Blog post: NOA predicts public sector outsourcing surge

Spam: “Intriguing webpage. My friends and I were just discussing this the other day. Also your page looks excellent on my old laptop. And thats rare. Nice work.”

5 –

Blog post: Ousted IT blogger speaks out

“The government had me locked up in a mental ward for five months for complaining that this was happening.  Labour Party supporting doctors under instruction from the Fixated Threat Assessment Centre (FTAC) said that my belief that the things described in this blog were delusions.”

6 –

Blog post: NOA predicts public sector outsourcing surge

“Thank you so much for the great post this was just the thing I needed this morning!”

7 –

Blog post: Outsourcing suppliers are taking on supplier management responsibilities

“Theres a bomb in tesco hardwick”

8 – Outsourcing suppliers are taking on supplier management responsibilities

“Hllo my computer has a trogen and its all because of ur crappy web site any credit card frawd im giving u the bill u b******s

9 – Outsourcing suppliers are taking on supplier management responsibilities

“My sh***y computer has crashed its all ur f*****g fault u all what to get real jobs u bunch of b******s

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