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mdxi (4658)

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Friday June 03, 2005
10:56 AM

Spam Generator Problems

[ #25031 ]

This is either a bug or output of the most obfuscated spam generator ever made:

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With each purthe wealth of the city.chase you get:

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*Total confidgained by precipitancy, and a deal to be gained by delaying, asentiaIity
* of sense might have sat down and waited, judging that to be theHome deIivery

Bizarre. The non-spam text, by the way, appears to come from Captain Blood by Rafael Sabatini, which is certainly an interesting choice, and which can be had from Project Gutenberg if one is more interested in buckling some swashes than ordering erection-inducing phamacological agents.

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  • It all looks like that to me, now. I get spams with all kinds of crap mixed in.

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    J. David works really hard, has a passion for writing good software, and knows many of the world's best Perl programmers