September 30, 2003


So, the other day I was checking my blog email account and I'd received a comment from an address I didn't recognize. Now, if you comment at all, you know that I at least try to keep up with them. I opened this particular one and I was pretty surprised to find someone asking about the size of my penis. Now, if this had been from a regular, I might have answered, but the more I looked, the more I realized that someone had unleashed a can of spam whoop-ass in my comments (thus my brand new word - I think - spamments). I was double-offended - a) someone unknown to me had questioned my manliness without even introducing themselves first, and b) the same person was using my blog as free advertising. Of course, I wiped this out quickly, but then I began to wonder. Does this happen often? Anyone?

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