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[url=]Bravely went Sir Robin, to find the spammers three!
He came across a web address that most unusually
Proclaimed it knew he'd gotten spammed, and gave apology![/url]

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Within your poem's link, the third ad down on the left really caught my eye.


made me totally think

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Fri Sep 15, 2006 2:27 am
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I mean, I know my cock isn't visible, but, fuck off, spam! I don't WANT a larger one.


Mon Jun 18, 2007 1:26 pm
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Ugh, I get that one about three times a day.

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Clubbing real virgins made me crack up.

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* S&H not incuded...

Sides & Hamburger not included?

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Scouring and homogenization

Thu Aug 30, 2007 6:35 pm
I worry that that is actually the answer, Sancho.

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I just get some bizarre spam.

No pictures (text-only e-mail client). Just... poems. Of a sort.

Here's three (italics are the titles of the poems).

"Of a far barn, just where the road curves sharply
Suddenly, in a savage, dreadful bend,
To watch me watch drowned snow lift from the lake.
What can we know of whatever picture-plane
Two of us, Docteur and Madame Machin, who stand
That images of roads, whether composed
But what I am looking at is hardened snow,
The form sought for centuries by
The earth beneath his feet, in its dark cape,
Against this sky no longer of our world.
VIII. Russia: The Great Northern Expedition
IV. The Paths to Cathay
They tear apart the mist, it is as though,
XII. The Mystery of the Missing Ships: The Franklin Search
Your gloved hands covering your lips' good-bye
Standing in the way of the truth. A white
Centimeters--that the height of the canvas
Point, after all, when finally one reaches
The snowflakes are swirling, blotting out"

download AutoCAD 2008
"This perfection, this absence.
wonders if she'd ever be brave enough
How bittersweet it is, on winter's night,
XIX. Jones Sound and Beaufort Sea
IX. After the Great Northern Expedition
Between the high and the low, in this night.
At these masses the snow hides from me.
Beneath a pile of corpses, lying massed
I draw near to one of them, the lowest,
Stunned in their voiceless way to be alive
Sought to contrive, intending to express
Beneath a pile of corpses, lying massed
What can we know of whatever picture-plane
By bloody pool--rattling, gasping his last.
I am sleeping, and dreaming, and wandering along
The weight of being born into exile is lifted.
Of meaning like these--the world created by
trainer flips young alligators over on their backs,
Seen. What you know is only manifest"

Adobe Creative Suite 3 Design
"they sit with their wives all day in the sun,
and preening, dancing on the basepaths,
I. Arctic Scenery
Down the long course of the gray slush of things
To a higher level of appearance.
XII. The Mystery of the Missing Ships: The Franklin Search
In dense bare branches, or the ubiquitous
Of tree-dividing sky finally comes down to
Bronze the sky, with no
XIII. The Route to the North
The flakes which have stolen onto the flagstones
Not daring to oppose
II. Quest and Conquest
I've drifted somewhat from the distant heart
Trampled snow is the only rose.
Preface to the 1970 Edition
snowdrops and crocuses might be fooled
Snow haze gleams like sand.
Looms in the air, deliberate and slow,"

For some reason, most of it has something to do with Adobe products...

And yes, I know they're caused by Markov generators. That just makes it kind of funnier.

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