Thursday, September 20, 2018

2 results for 'spam'

Don’t Let Quirky Profiles Brew At Broowaha

By Barkha Dhar, published on Aug 11, 2011

...using her professional skills imprudently. There are certain things that appear to be common between Madam Caio and the person who likes to send bots using absurd search words on my blog (Barkha Dhar’s Blogs On Social Issues). This person likes to use IP addresses that are blacklisted, under spam, and mostly belong to telecom companies. She also uses proxies to visit my page and must have done the same when she made a fake profile at Broowaha. It seems that Madam Caio is a sadistic individual who likes to be provocative. She appears to be like an ‘empty vessel’ that wishes to make... (more)

Tags: broowaha, internet, spam, networking, cyber stalking, cyber bully, internet security, social ethics

Soylent Green Is.......Spam?

By Paul Wylie, published on Aug 25, 2010

With food shortages ongoing globally, and with some areas of the planet in such dire straights that actual food riots have taken place, it seems almost comical in a sense to see the reports in the U.S. media of families having to resort to feeding their families Spam several times a month.

Ah Spam! The gelatinous gooey mass of some form of pork that we were all forced to eat as children. Our parents told us that it was good for us, and we spit it out when they weren't looking. As we grew older, we came to realize that our parents were in the unenviable position of having to figure out... (more)

Tags: politics, food, agri-business, inflation, spam, prices

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