Spam Filter, Where You At?

Dear "poker casino 875,"
I hate you.

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If you continue to visit our forums, I will continue to hate you. It is easy for me to delete you, but it's also annoying. Resistance is futile. I hate you.

Please pass this along to your friends, "poker casino 779," "poker casino 1045," "poker casino 69," and all the rest. I hate you all.


Stephen Mejias's picture


Stephen Mejias's picture

Whew. Okay, it seems like things have slowed down just a bit. For a second there, I was pretty scared.

Clay White's picture

Looks like you're going to have to whack the little weasels again. They're back.

TEvo's picture

Is there a Stereophile equivalent of a Cyberdyne Systems Model T101 cyborg assassin? You could always deploy one to virtually erase the highly annoying spammer...

Stephen Mejias's picture

>Is there a Stereophile equivalent of a Cyberdyne Systems Model T101 cyborg assassin? Not right now, no. But we're working on it. We're also working on cloning our entire staff.

John's picture

Stephen,sorry, what's a blog without spam? That's life.Spam is promotion for your products under other keywords, absolutely positiv.Greetz John