Credit where its due: a spammers hymn of praise

OK, read this before telling me about the grammar in the title. A few days ago I published a post on the impact of the apostrophe on those without the necessary literary skills. For some reason this has prompted more spam responses than any other post I have ever published here – I have no idea why. Most of the spammers had nothing of any interest to say, beyond the subtle or more overt references to their pills, books, diets, services and other such stuff. But then there was one that caught my eye. I stripped out his (or her?) name and web link (trust me, you don’t want, or shouldn’t want, his services), but left the actual text unedited. You can find it under the name ‘Feikles75’ (which is part of his email address).

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