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  • Jared B.

    “Pleasant sundry, just major!” sounds very Homestar Runner-ish, like “no probalo” :-)

  • Jacqueline Y.

    I may be wrong, but I think I detect the rudiments of sarcasm in this spambot’s output. If spambots are mutating in this fashion, heaven help us!

    • Joe

      Very true. Nobody likes a sarcastic spambot.

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