I’m minded to collect, for a week, say, some of the comments that spammers leave on my web site in the faint hope that I’m feeble-minded enough not to spam them. The mystery abides ...

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  • Comment: My boyfriend and I want to go on a awesome trip soon. We were looking for advice. Anyone have any fantastic spots? A way to save some dough would be nice too. Vacationing is expensive these days.
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But then it dried up, a bit. So I checked search strings and Lo! there was homo porno, from Turkey! You bad person. And why was someone looking for “Satan penes”?

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