> Roy Schestowitz wrote:
>> William Tasso wrote:
>>> From the relative comfort of the Road Runner High Speed Online
>>> http://www.rr.com boardroom, <email@example.com> patched in a new
>>> connection to news:alt.www.webmaster and said:
>>>> Saw this in an email newsletter as an ad:
>>>> Blog yourself $612 in the next 24 hours...
>>>> Remember, for just $57.00 you can blast your ad to
>>>> thousands of blogs with 1 click every day and, the
>>>> best part is, there's nothing to download. You do it
>>>> all, effortlessly, right from your web browser.
>>>> blog my site dot com
>>>> This explains a lot...
>>> Aye - where there's muck there's brass - as they say.
>> There appears to be some reduction since rel="nofollow" was issued. I
>> might be wrong about this as there are misleading factors. What was
>> that newsletter?
> The blog spamming is being sold by Maryanne Myers firstname.lastname@example.org
So if that devil is conducting business, do you reckon I can pay money for
that spam to come to an end. It is tempting to attack that E-mail account,
but since it's owned by Yahoo, it's easily replaceable.