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Dim, and die tonight?
Absurdly, my eyes can only see the arc
Wide, whited fields, a way unframed at last
Trampled snow is the only rose.
XVI. Laying a Ghost: The Jeannette and the Fram
From point to point of meaning—open? closed?—
Are muffled into silence that refuses
A kind of snow, which hesitates
Sits at the limit of a kind of world
V. The Dutch in the Arctic
This drizzling three-day January thaw,
Partly stone, partly the absence of stone,
Wheezing ravens, when
Pierced by the mist that fades away,
VI. Smeerenburg and the Whale-Oil Rush
To pick up even the quickening of wind
Silence. Your way of being. Your way of seeing
Preface to the 1948 Edition
Some stubborn sprouts up through the stubble hay
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I wish to fcuk with you! Also I hope you too! One mroe my photo, do not terminate;)

Was this spam written by a Dalek? You decide...
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(New favorite spam subject line:)

any other president:

(yes, please)
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The spaminators have apparently gone beyond random complex word generators at the bottoms of their messages and are now taking passages from books, or so it seems. Today's message about erectile dysfunction began with the salutation, "Hail!" which is quite funny enough to begin with. But after a brief misbegotten blurb on ED ended with the following:

knowledge of whence, and why, and how, and what it was. The physical organization, its decay, the indestructibility of matter, the law of the conservation of energy, evolution, were the words which usurped the place of his old belief. These words and the ideas associated with them were very well for intellectual purposes. But for life they yielded nothing, and Levin felt suddenly like a man who has changed his warm fur cloak for a muslin garment, and going for the first time into the frost is immediately convinced, not by reason, but by his whole nature that he is as good as naked, and that he must infallibly perish miserably.

Jeez, guys. It's just a little limp-dicked-ness. Get a grip.
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The subject line: "The only real cure for we ght loss."


Okay first of all, in this culture, is anyone really looking for a cure for weight loss?? With apologies to those rare few who are underweight and have trouble maintaining body mass, to whom I doubt that this message was directed.

Secondly...notice that the subject line itself is already experiencing some weight loss.

And, without getting too punny about it...once you start losing 'i's, the rest of your sense is sure to follow...
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I just received a spam message that I was tricked into opening, because it was from the domain

The content, of course, was some kind of gibberish about stock.

The full email address?

I'll say.
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"Have you ever wondered how the rich and famous lose it?"

You mean like Sean Penn going psycho on that reporter? Tell me more!
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With my real last name, of course:

Subject: edible Dietrich
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Now, instead of just random word strings in spam, they're putting random LATIN word strings!

These lines appeared in the midst of the usual English lexigraphic rubble; anyone got a translation?

obsisteret aeris corpus, aeris huius, qui supra terram est, quominus

maneas, hoc considero. transcendi enim partes eius, quas habent et
ubi nisi apud te firma securitas? tristitia rebus amissis contabescit

non fuistit, verum quis dabit vobis? et si in alieno fideles non

nec vi nec insidiis leo et draco: neque enim respondebit illa nihil se

mecum effluxerant - forte duodecim anni - ex quo, ab undevicensimo
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Because something had to come along that was even better than Crabbier O. Karamazov:

Behold the new username.
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Okay, Contusion G. Incessent was pretty damn funny. And I'm still quite fond of good ol' Squish H. Ustinov. But the latest in the litany of what I can only imagine are names randomly constructed from a massive database of words to send me word of porn and penis enlargement pills takes the proverbial cake out for dinner and dancing, then tears its clothes off and has its way with it.

Given my current reading material and my assessment thus far of its titular patriarch, my new LJ name, at least until I finish said work, is most definitely:

Crabbier O. Karamazov.
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What's inherently funnier of these two spankin' new spam sender names?

Reprocess P. Buckley


Befog C. Demitasses

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This morning, in my inbox, was this:

With the subject line, Re: Guten Tag! :))

Good morning, campers :)
There is no force so democratic as the force of an ideal
When I was a kid my parents moved a lot, but I always found them
Disease is a vital expression of the human organism
It is easy to perform a good action, but not easy to acquire a settled habit of performing such actions
The modest person is usually admired, if people ever hear of them

Why paing big money for boxed software ??
Save up to 95% on price buying OEM licensed software from us now!!
All the software is OEM- Meaning that you don't get the box and the manual with your software.
All you will receive is the actual software and your unique registration code.

A software ad led into with bad jokes and proverbs! Is this like the strange advertising movement afoot wherein the actual thing they're selling remains opaque but the ad is just so damned inneresting that you watch anyway?

Oh, and the best part:

The message is from my good friend, Squish H. Ustinov.
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wrench ceil vinyl bellow cheater irreproachable shulman bismark auxiliary sanderson melanie euridyce
analyst beatify carpet vestigial mathematician guy chrysler cartilage pentane pm termite uk regretting ironic alluvium glory ingrown advise bellum deacon dashboard deportation intercom taught voluntarism ferret come nanette quart

Sometimes, ya just gotta open spam.

Hey hackers - anyone know why one gets these lists of random, rather erudite words in spam, now?
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The subject line read: Having Model Looks.

Inside was a textbox saying "Unsub," and beneath that, the following words of wisdom:

clay bimetallism slurp haberdashery intestate = genetic meat turnery blow syllabi onto = authenticate feminine engineer davidson floridian footnote = parisian glean contrition spare rebellion hutchinson = bullock rutabaga phone ditzel catchword doorman = turtleneck transference accelerometer memphis oregano annoy = canadian homicide auctioneer threw herdsman clifford = authoritative befall guthrie moreover cursory contrast = ponderous adipic staley smudgy mesenteric sheet = hallucinate cashew bronx vacuolate decadent materiel

Damn, I wish I could write like that.


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