Greg Hewgill (ghewgill) wrote,
Greg Hewgill
ghewgill

unclear on the concept

Spammers like to include snippets of unrelated text in their spam to try to fool bayesian filters. Spammers also like to break up the words of their message to, again, try to fool bayesian filters. However, this spammer seems to misunderstand the purpose and has combined these tactics with befuddling results:

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