Friday, May 12, 2006

Bizarre Spam of the Day

Subject line: "Divine Love always has met and always will meet every human need."

I'm always up for hearing interesting religious viewpoints, so I click and get:

Ad: " VIAGRA CIALIS LEVITRA $1.62 PER DOSE," with an illustration of a brunette woman wearing only a come-hither look, glasses, hose, and a white button-down shirt hanging open to reveal two bare breasts.

And beneath this:

Filler copy: "soilless buckboards pocky had reached his destined limits, it had become evident to everyone in the course of that year that his career was at an end. He still filled a position of consequence, he sat on many commissions and committees, but he was a man whose day was over, and from whom nothing was expected. Whatever he said, whatever he proposed, was heard as though it were something long familiar, and the very thing that was not needed. But Alexey Alexandrovitch was not aware of this, and, on the contrary, being cut off from direct participation in governmental activity, he saw more clearly than ever the errors and defects in the action of others, and thought it his duty to point out means for their"

Thus we have a religious appeal, a pharmaceutical offering, soft-core porn, and Anna Karenina all in one e-mail! It's spam, sure, but I'm impressed by its range.


  1. I want to know what websites you've been visiting. I've never received anything like that before!

  2. I received one of these as an e-mail, but it was embedded in "Master and Margarita". I hope Russian Lit isn't going to become the method for delivering spam!

  3. Here's some more Bizarre Spam:

  4. I got a similar one today too. My subject line reads: "We can have peace after we stop hating love, and stop loving hate". This is followed by an ad for ED. And then, a DIFFERENT excerpt of Anna Karenina!

  5. Wow! I got one too.. my quote was...

    paper, a second cup of coffee and a roll and butter, he got up, shaking the crumbs of the roll off his waistcoat; and, squaring his broad chest, he smiled joyously: not because there was anything particularly agreeable in his mind--the joyous smile was evoked by a good digestion. But this joyous smile at once recalled everything to him, and he grew thoughtful. Two childish voices (Stepan Arkadyevitch recognized the voices of Grisha, his youngest boy, and Tanya, his eldest girl) were heard

    And my subject -

    Love is an irresistible desire to be irresistibly desired

    What a world...


  6. Oh, and Lizzy!

    (Let me see if I can spell this...)


    That is the Spam from Hell!



  7. Meh to spam in all incarnations.