I had 42 spam comments overnight. Not that unusual, but I thought you’d like to be kept informed. The standard format these days for spam comments seems to be three random phrases followed by one or two links and then perhaps some more random words strung together. I quite like this set of random phrases from ‘email@example.com’:
Nice post. I’ll return. In a small saucepan
I’ll be looking out for you Bob. With a kettleful of boiling water.
Today’s link of the day: Bus times in Essex. (Of no interest to anyone, but it means in future I can type ‘bus times’ into my blog search box and find them without all the fuss. And oh, what a fuss there usually is.)