So my work e-mail address is right there on the home page.
And of course it has been harvested1, which means I get like tons of spam every day2 and so I have to go through my emails and decide which are spam and which are not.
This one, which came today, would, I think, qualify as spam:
Subject Line: I sexual Russian blonde, want to see, come closer.
Hahahahahahaha! Are you sure you're Russian? Because you speak English like a Fauxlipina3!
Then the body of the spam contains a link for Beautiful Russian women.
Or possibly Russian Men in Drag.
Anyroad, one must do something to amuse oneself while deleting spam, mustn't one?
Disclaimer: No Fauxlipinas were hurt in the writing of this blog post. But when she reads it?
That's a different story!
This morning I managed a run of roughly 5.86 miles. Which MapMyFat@$$ sez burned off like 900 calories. Woo-hoo! That means I can drink like 6-7 beers with impunity tonight! Which sux, because I want to drink a case.
Added 1 p.m.: ZOMG!1! Why didn't Teh 'Mom and Teh 'Dad buy me Mr.
1 Which, yeah, I can't really complain about, since I'm the one who put it there. And yeah, there are ways to put e-mail links up that make them difficult to harvest, but the harvesting of e-mails was not that big a problem back when I originally added the link to my e-mail to the library's home page. And taking it down now, or making it "more secure", is pointless, because once you've been harvested, playa, you've been harvested, and even deleting the link won't diminish the amount of spam you'll get.
2 We use Micro$oft Outlook at the library, which absolutely sux at dealing with spam, but don't feel bad, Outlook! Because you're a M$ product so you also suck in a myriad of other ways. But OL is so bad that I long ago stopped turning my laptop off when I leave - even on weekends ... actually, especially on weekends - because when I get in on, say, a Monday, after two and a half days of spam-accumulation, it would literally take an hour and a half for all of the spam to download to my laptop if I hadn't left Outlook running overnight or over the weekend and thereby allow it to download the spam as it arrives, roughly every minute-and-a-half. Because Outlook, being a typically sucky M$ product, just eats up processing power when it has to download a lot of e-mail, making it nearly impossible for me to do anything else with my laptop until fucking Outlook finishes taking its spam-fed dump on my hard drive.
3 Which is kinda HAWT!1! Or should I say: "Which hawt kind is of"?
Hahahahahahahaha! I could totally pass for a Fauxlipino!