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Goodness gracious golly gee!

The server gnomes are just getting *hammered* with Bible spam, pr0n spam, and camera spam masquerading as Bible spam...  over 600 spam comments in the last two hours.

Heh.

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Got the same issue at my place. China must be working over time
 
Maybe you just got on a Monty Python list serve - Spam, Spam, Spam, eggs and Spam?

www.youtube.com/watch
 
Bible spam?
 
Yep, spam for a Bible website.
 
Thats the advantage of having no readers.....well not really, just had to change passwords when I got accessed by, wait for it! ....China. However they seem to have left in disgust ...oh well.
 
And how did they know that we 'Ricans love spiced-salted cured meats in cans?  Maybe they are just honoring moi with their temptations.
 
I, too, am fond of Spam.  I am *not* fond of spam...
 
What is it about the islanders, Boq?  Apparently the Hawaiians are really keen on Spam too. 
 
Yeah, but them Hawaiians put pineapple on it, whilst the PRs go with rum instead...
}:-]
 
So you guys are the ones keeping it on the shelves.

I saw some eco cigarette spam too.  I'm sure most people just call those a joint.
 
They love it in England, too, I hear.  I do buy a can from time to time, and find that one can worth of sandwiches will use up my desire for it for a month or two.  I should buy a coupla cans to hide in the back of the cupboard against emergencies.
 
C'mon, Argent - a Spam 'n Vegemite Sammich!  Ummmm, ummmm good!

That's one of the pluses of a military career - your culinary experiences in the field and while deployed can give you an appreciation for just about anything. 

Even haggis.

You have to be infantry for haggis, however.
 
Fair fa' your honest, sonsie face,
Great chieftain o' the puddin-race!
Aboon them a' ye tak your place,
Painch, tripe, or thairm:
Weel are ye wordy o' a grace
As lang's my arm.
 
Ah Rum, like mother's milk.

Back home there are two valleys that produce the sweetest pineapples on earth: The valleys of Lajas and Barceloneta.

Growing-up, my father had to occasionally transit through Barceloneta on business.  You immediately knew whether he had been there, for the moment he pulled-up in his old '73 Buick Regal, a wall of fragrantly sweet smell would envelop the whole house.  Even with the trunk of the car shut-tight that sweet smell powered itself on to your nose on the other side of our home.

I do miss them pineapples.  Just not on my spam thankyouverymuch.