You are currently viewing Unsavory SPAM

Unsavory SPAM

Even blocking some words, these days, fails to filter all the smut turning up in email inboxes and typed into comments sections of websites. The juvenile attempts to seduce one into engaging with what may very well be a chat app and that likely links to a porn site riddled with viruses and spyware are downright boring.

Who would bother to click on these messages or follow these sites? Is the proliferation of this kind of verbal/text assault an indication that it garners attention? Or is it proof of desperation resulting from failure to attract victims?

Personally, I suspect the latter. After all, the worst perverts have their own dark-web channels and therefore have no need to stoop to even reading much less responding to such drivel.

So, I take comfort in the belief that these operations are doomed, and simply take out the trash.

[gum photo courtesy of Ryan McGuire on]

[trash photo courtesy of Hans on]