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According to a WHOIS lookup, somebody bought the domain a couple of days ago via GoDaddy, and the registrant is VBTrade, Inc.

I have no idea beyond that, because I’m not about to visit it either.

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They want cash for your clown.

Once they get 5555 clowns, they will take control of clown college in Sarasota FL.

And then they will control the world.

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No malware on the site.

It’s a “get paid for taking surverys no really” type of site.

Weird clown.

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You know, by showing their URL in your title, you’re only giving them free publicity.

And hey, at least you’re not the favorite target of Russian spammers, like I am.

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I like the Russian spam. Somehow getting unwanted ads for psoriasis cream in Cyrillic is WAY sexier than regular type.

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Leggo My Lego said on March 22nd, 2010 at 9:59 pm

I get adds for property and security guards in Pakistan all of the time. I still wonder how I got on that particular list.

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Anton P. Nym said on March 22nd, 2010 at 10:09 pm

I sympathise.

On the theme of “cool spam”, I suppose I can understand getting spam in Simplified Chinese… China is a huge Internet pool right now. But the spam I’m getting in Thai (?) completely baffles me. How’d I ever get on that mailing list?

(Pity I can’t read it, in a way, though I suppose its illegibility makes it a lot less annoying.)

— Steve

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Man, the ad campaign for the Killer Klowns from Outer Space sequel is getting really desperate.

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Socraticsilence said on March 23rd, 2010 at 2:42 am

MGK- any hints for living in a “socialist dystopia” since apparently by calling my Senators I’ve transformed my country into one?

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Man, all I get is lame consumer goods spam. And it’s not even interesting gibberish any more, just unspecific platitudes about the post it’s on and a link back to a site about mufflers or prostate vibrators.

Being a spammer nowadays must be just mind-numbingly boring.

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Juggalo MLM, dude.

Juggalo MLM.

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MarvinAndroid said on March 23rd, 2010 at 12:58 pm

I still have what I consider to be the greatest spam email subject line of all time, sent to me by one “Bureaucrats McGuire:” “You will be the Legend of the Ten-Inch Manhood.”

I appreciate the fact that it sounds like a 70s kung-fu film.

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