The Eye of the Fish

July 31, 2019

Pause: under attack

Just a wee pause here, for a week or two, for a couple of reasons:

A, I’m busy right now and haven’t got a spare brain cell to write anything intelligent (some of you may say that is no change from usual), and:

B, we’re under attack from Russian Spambots. No, I’m not being paranoid – I know they are Russian because their content is sometimes in Russian, their email address ends in dot ru, and because they are offering me the sort of thing that only the most shameless Russian would think is physically possible. Instead of our usual 20-30 spam per day, we’ve just had 368 spam flood in over the last couple of days – all caught and dispensed to an electronic Gulag.

We’ll be back again in a week or so, I hope, with less spam attacks. To those weak-minded idiots out there who think that there is no such thing as Russian spam, you’re wrong. It is very real. I just can’t figure out it’s purpose: nothing gets through. Boring. Go away.

Back soon. Levi.

Post-script: Bloody Russian spam is now sending us pages of text from a medical encyclopedia. I mean, what the heck is the point in that? (Note: screen-grab picture only, it can’t harm you).

Seamonkey Madness
31 - 07 - 19

Russian spam-bots? FAKE NEWS! NO COLLUSION!

1 - 08 - 19

Seamonkey – not so fake really. Just some 800 pound monkey on a keyboard in a moscow bedroom….

1 - 08 - 19

Even my little blog-site is getting them…

“Thanks for some other informative web site. The place else
could I am getting that type of info written in such
an ideal means? I have a venture that I am just now working on, and I’ve been on the glance
out for such information.”

Is it the end of days?

1 - 08 - 19

What’s your blog site called then Starkive? Want me to link it in to here? Boost your readership?

2 - 08 - 19

Here it is – shamefully few updates, but you know how it is…

4 - 08 - 19

Thanks Starkive – its an interesting concept. Frequent updates are definitely one of the keys to readership – speaking of which, new posts WILL be coming here soon, but our current attack by Russian trolls still continues – 244 fresh smelly spams in over the last couple of days, now mainly about diaroea, which is really not something I want to read about.