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Comment: Where has all the spam gone? (Score -1, Offtopic) 279

by Spam Sig Opt Out (#15527301) Attached to: New IP Treaty Looming?
Aside from articles by well know spammers, slashdot is now almost entirely spam free.

Well done, people of slashdot. You learned that joining pyramid schemes doesn't pay. I will be updateing my list of spammers shortly, so if you wish to be removed, please make sure you your sig is spam free by 5:00 pm CDT today.

That is all.
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Ive spent lots of time, maybe too much, pondering the phenomena of the free iPod sig. At 4:13 pm on Saturday, March 19th I had a moment of clarity that put things in perspective. People with free iPod sigs are useless. This was a startling discovery. I had previously been aware that they are both annoying and spammers, but it had never occurred to me that they would also be useless.

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