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  • A Sign of the Times

    Posted by Jonathan on April 22nd, 2012 (All posts by )

    Hello,
     
    I reviewed your site and it seems we could complement your current content. XXXXX XXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXX has a team of house writers that can provide you with unique custom written content covering the following topics: applying for food stamps, who qualifies for food stamps, Medicaid, and more. I’m certain we could provide some valuable unique articles that would engage your users and expand your site. This is provided completely and entirely free of charge to our partners.
     
    We also have some small food assistance program finder widgets that publishers are running. This widget allows users to search for government assistance for free. For placing these we would be able compensate you for placing the widgets on your site.

     

    2 Responses to “A Sign of the Times”

    1. Robert Schwartz Says:

      Clearly, the first sentence is a lie.

    2. IGotBupkis, Legally Defined Cyberbully in All 57 States Says:

      You should invite either The Bloggess or Ken from Popehat to respond to this stupid spam. They love to write snarky blog posts making fun of these types of idiots.

      Warning: there’s language that might be a bit rough, if you’re the type who doesn’t appreciate such.

      Examples:
      Felony Arrest

      If Your Job Is Spamming Strangers About Kardashians, Then Your Mother Is Ashamed of You. Or Should Be.

      Marketing gone bad

      UPDATED: SHOCKING PICTURES OF LOU DIAMOND PHILLIPS HOLDING WATER.

      You might think these are mindless-but-funny snark-filled rants about the subject, but even there, there’s legitimate discussion of the idea that someone is foolishly giving these incompetent, dimwitted marketing firms the power to act in their name and tick people off with their scattergun spam technique.