I do have to say that spam in French is much more inviting--I'd rather buy French Viagra, if I was going to buy any at all, but, hey, I'm a girl. Lately I've gotten spam in Chinese, German, Japanese, Italian, Spanish, I even got a font that looked like Aliens had sent it.
Some spam is in English and it doesn't even make any sense. I can't tell what the sender is peddling--maybe that's the kind of spam that comes with a bomb or virus or something?
It truly amazes me, and I have to wonder if people study spam and its origins. The whole Internet industry is history in real time making. When I was a kid Atari had me spellbound, I wonder what kind of progress (?) our children will reflect on.
As Ashleigh Brilliant once so brilliantly pointed out, "Life is what goes by while you're watching television." I'm slogging through time and spam and wondering where we are going, but also reflecting on where we've been. Maybe life is what goes by while you are deleting spam about what medications you need?
Send me some clever spam, please.