Sunday, July 29, 2007

You may say I'm a spamee, but I'm not the only one...

And yes, it's sorta appropriate to quote a John Lennon song here, since he was a New Yorker.

Even if he did live in England at the time.

And I don't know that he was much of a fan of basketball:

knicksgrl0917 says...

hey! i'm going to cali this weekend and won't be back until is the website i was talking about where i made extra summer cash. Later! the website is here

3:23 AM GMT

What, I wonder, are the chances that someone just happened to be talking about websites that help you make extra summer cash right before this comment was posted?
I mean, they rely entirely on chance. &What is the point at all?
Aha, let's just hope it's a one off.

I don't even know if Lennon liked football:

From: money4president
Date: Mon, 23 Jul 2007 15:11:54 -0700
Local: Tues, Jul 24 2007 10:11 am
Subject: (spam in the blogs)

I´ve had a visitor, namely knicksgrl0917, drop a business proposition
as comment to one of my blog´s posts. It´s obviously a clever spam-
type tactic.

How do we shoot these people?

We know that in his last years, Lennon was awash in money:

just to clarify what i'm trashing. I've never deleted any comments and never will. This kinda disrespectful tripe goes. So, any deletions you see involve this knicksgrl0917 who you'd THINK would be so busy shopping with all her millions and jillions that she'd be WAYYYYYYYY too busy to come by and leave spam at blogs. LOL !!!

But, even when threatened by the Nixon Administration, Lennon (usually) continued to say what he meant. As do others (edited):

Whats with the f-----g whore knicksgrl0917? F--k that bitch.


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Anonymous said...

John Lennon? A new yorker?
Surely, you define such things upon where they were born, not where they spent their last days.
He's a liverpudlian, a city which I'm catching a train to tomorrow.. today, really. It's past midnight.

Ontario Emperor said...

You do have a point, and Lennon was probably much more of a traditionalist then he let on, and he certainly appreciated Liverpool in some way. Yet, on the other hand, he left Liverpool in 1963 and never really came back except as a visitor. In some respects he outgrew Liverpool, and there were many things in London and New York that had profound influences on him.

Perhaps this is my personal perspective - I've spent over half my life in California, and I believe it's shaped me much more than the three previous states where I've lived - but in Lennon's cases, he was as much a non-Liverpudlian as he was a Liverpudlian.

Harrison, of course, is the most dramatic example of someone who was profoundly influenced by other things during his adult years.

Vox Populi said...

John was an American New Yorker.

Or so he appeared.

Vox Populi said...

oh the knicksgirl0917 is your friend, too, huh?

Yes ---- and her business acumen is astounding.

We're green with envy and she's green with cash.
But still time to spam !!