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October 30, 2008
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PotAto? Potato? TomAto? Tomato? Veagra? Viagara? Niagara? Why do spammers selling Viagra always spell it wrong?? My theory is that they are trying to get past spam detection watch dogs by spelling it in such a way that it would get past firewalls, and also get to their targets with a close enough spelling that people will know what the intended message is. However, I once again have to ask, "How does this ever work?" Who would actually put money towards buying a product listed as "vEaGaRa god price"? How does this sentence induce wallet opening? How does it not send a little red flag with the word "scam" on it to even the least sophisticated shopper? Doctors do not give prescriptions for "veAggEra", and perhaps the reason a prescription is required is because, based on your individual state of health, there may be important information you need from your doctor to, oh say, USE it properly?
If you were going to the bar to get pissed, would you buy "near Beer"? You have PMS, do you buy a big box of "Mocklate"? How does buying something that is titled to sound like something that you want but essentially isn't what you want worth it? Shouldn't you just access the proper channels and buy what it is, officially, that you want? Who wants to date Glad Titt? Or would you trip over yourself to catch a glimpse of Tally Herry?

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