I write for a number of websites, and, for one reason or another, people like to comment on the posts and chime in. That's great--only, often the responses are just...nutso.
I'm not talking about your garden-variety troll with deep-seated hangups and spewing vitriol. Rather, it's these strange, effusively praising comments that are over the top. Clearly they're posted by robots (or people who have taken robots as a second language) who want to get their links onto as many pages as possible. But, still, I think if you have nothing productive to add, might as well do it this way.
Here are a few of my favorites in the last week, as examples:
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~ The tao of badass
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He goes up to a second investor and tells him the exact same thing.
can log in to the website and get them all at one place.
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Hi there! This blog post couldn't be written much better! Looking through this
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He constantly kept preaching about this. I'll forward this
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~ korea touchphone (in response to a 3-year-old blog post about a mobile gadget that's no longer available)
What's up Dear, are you actually visiting this web
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They're like haikus, really. And I think they set a better standard. Thanks, nice internet trolls.
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