Last year I wrote about one of the more amusingly ridiculous attempted spam comments intercepted by my blog’s spam filter. It may be genius, stupidity or just an excellent coincidence, but a comment spammer has now attempted to add the following comment to that post:
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The internet is a funny place.
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Maybe more ridiculously amusing than amusingly ridiculous.
So, a case of “that does not commute”?