Actually, potentially Spam of the Year!
As with most blogs, we get a lot of spam in our comments. Luckily, our filter catches almost all of it and quarantines the rogue comments until we can dispose of them in an environmentally-friendly manner. Usually, it is semi-coherent rubbish and blatant attempts to harvest email addresses or sell . . . horrible things. But sometimes . . . sometimes, it approaches poetic brilliance. We’d like to share just such an instance with you.
It’s like someone put a haiku, a holiday brochure and a business card into the Cern supercollider and this is what came out:
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I think there’s something there for all for us.