[linux-elitists] speaking of hunting/defeating spammers...

Mr.Bad mr.bad@pigdog.org
Wed May 2 16:01:24 PDT 2001

>>>>> "KMS" == Karsten M Self <kmself@ix.netcom.com> writes:

    KMS> I could believe that the _quantity_ of responses for a
    KMS> typical spam campaign would exceed those of a typical
    KMS> bulk-mail campaign.  But that rates would be far lower.  For
    KMS> an ROI (again, a rate), spam may be the preferred method.

Direct mail:           XXXXXX
Spam:                  XXXXXXXXXXXXXX

Clearly, this histogram shows that spam with Guile/GOOPS increases ROI.

    KMS> C.f. Sanford "Spamford" Wallace, one-time spam king.
    KMS> Allegedly trying to fly straight, but has this little problem
    KMS> with a reputation that's still dogging him.

Yeah, but the name recognition is outrageous.

Frankly, I'm a little tired of spam-baiting. I've been desperately
tempted to buy one of those spam CDs and send some UNE* just for
fun. $1000 (on the high side) for the chance to send my own Pigdoggety
message to the ENTIRE WORLD? Who DOESN'T want to do that?

Spam: art platform for the 21st century.

~Mr. Bad

* Unsolicited Non-commercial Email. E.G., "Hi, Mom."

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