If you’re feeling a bit down, as I am in these uncertain, COVID-plagued days, there are things and people to turn to for a boost. I peered into this site’s spam folder and discovered insights from anonymous spam-posting bots were the thing I didn’t know I needed…and still don’t:
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When we’re struggling, it can be difficult to ask for help. Often we help others as an alternative to make us feel better. We humans are weird in all sorts of ways huh? So are spam algorithms.
“Heya i am for the primary time here. I found this board and I in finding It truly helpful & it helped me out much.I’m hoping to offer one thing again and help others like you helped me.”
Anyway. Whatever sustains you and doesn’t hurt others, helps, right? That’s what spam filters are for. It is easy to forget amid burgeoning, rolling world wide crises that a simple thank you, or time shared together, even online, can lift the mood and turn a day around.
An outstanding share! I’ve just forwarded this onto a friend who has been conducting a little research on this. And he actually bought me breakfast due to the fact that I discovered it for him lol. So allow me to reword this….Thanks for the meal!! But yeah, thanx for spending time to talk about this issue here on your website.
But if you offer to help, ensure you have the capacity to do so. Offer practical help if you can, in addition to emotional support. But check your motives first. Be careful not to spout platitudes because you want something. Ok?
Please let me know if you’re looking for a author for your site. You have some really great posts and I think I would be a good asset. If you ever want to take some of the load off, I’d absolutely love to write some material for your blog in exchange for a link back to mine.
Anyway, those are my lessons from spam. Best to remember though that comments linked to malicious spyware, or dodgy commercial enterprises, aren’t your friends, and they do deserve deleting in the end, even if they do feign interest in you or me.