Thursday, November 09, 2006

A cashier living with a skyscraper

I just received a wee bit of spam in my work email inbox. It's an ad for a weightloss supplement called "HoodiaLife." Who came up with the name, I wonder?

It is a display add, clickable. Obviously I will not click on it. But the ad is very oddly followed by this plain text:

A cashier living with a skyscraper avoids contact with a class action suit.
A cashier living with a skyscraper avoids contact with a class action suit. A cashier living with a skyscraper avoids contact with a class action suit.

What does it mean?

4 comments:

Luther said...

Some spam scanners will flag email that have only a picture embedded in as spam, so they include some innocuous text to beat the scanner, either that or there is a cashier living with a skycraper, skycraper? never mind, it's too early.

bekbek said...

I fixed the spelling. How embarrassing to misspell inane spam. I mean, what kind of an proofreader does that make me?

bekbek said...

Oh: I had misspelled it as "skycraper."

anne frasier said...

haha!

i'm out of words, but i can still laugh.