WARNING: Although I HAD to show you www.partypokeronline.org, gerontologist I heartily recommend NOT clicking anywhere on the page itself. If you do, medicine the idiot spammers behind it will try to download an executable file on your Windows system, and given the demonstrated intelligence of the page’s creators and promoters, I wouldn’t count on it being legitimate.
That said… Want a good laugh?
By attempting to enter bogus comments that have NOTHING to do with the subjects at hand, these mooks have been spamming Turdhead.com for days now, hoping to lure its readers to their “Ultra Excellent” www.partypokeronline.org web site, which features… well, REALLY bad English — and what I can only assume to be financial ruin and possible viral infection.
My first reaction to getting dozens of unwanted, unsolicited and unintelligent “comments” from these chuckleheads was the usual rage and disgust that I always get when being spammed (believe me, I hate it; I change email addresses more frequently than many people change clothes). But while researching the culprits behind the spam, I decided at long last to visit the site itself. And now I’m a true fan!
These people have taken stupidity, illiteracy and internet fraud and raised it to the level of an art form. After all, according to the creators, “Party poker online is the primary good for pleasure true in live!”
And I believe it!
The strangest quote: “The really best way to acquire cash is come onto poker tables…”
Erm… I’m pretty sure that’ll get you kicked out of most casinos.
Funny or not, however, I have to say that the site’s use of blog spamming is reprehensible, and I do hope that whoever is responsible for this “marketing by bandwidth theft” soon contracts a screaming case of syphilis and dies horribly (They also used other domain names that resolve to the same server, 126.96.36.199, but they weren’t nearly as hilarious). They wanted free publicity; here it is.
And I hope any sites that allow themselves to be associated with these guys (like, say, oh, 888Casino.com, with whom their affiliate ID is 505463, or empirepoker.com, ID No. 1710078) will set them straight.
In the meantime, however, I DO hope they’ll keep writing that extra ultra winning copy!
Addendum: I almost forgot the earlier spamming attempts on behalf of http://www.party-poker-player.com, too. This site, although not funny at all, was featured in blog spam attempting to link us to its site, which claimed to be affiliated with PartyPoker.com, which… um, spends way too much money on television advertising to want to be associated with the type of scum that would steal bandwidth to advertise their sites. Hmmph.