spam poetry: coded spam

It is warm and sunny here in the greater tri-state. Unseasonably such for March. I’m not (exactly) complaining really. No, seriously, I’m not (at least not as much as the other day). Anyway, on the way into the office Save Ferris’ “Spam” came onto the mix and needless to say, it of course lightened my step on my three-mile walk. When I arrived what am I greeted with? Well, it wasn’t pink and oval, but it was about just as intriguing for someone who knows a little code… It was the latest Friday spam supplement in my inbox! This was either one of the dorkiest ways ever to circumvent the spam filter or the worst example of not proofing your work before you hit send. Enjoy:

default top span monthCount span yearCount textdecoration none color 3333 default sidebar span collapsing archives border padding margin default sidebar li collapsing archives aself font weight bold default sidebar ul collapsing archives list ul collapsing archives list before content default sidebar ul collapsing archives list li collapsing archives before content default sidebar ul collapsing archives list li collapsing archives liststyle type none default sidebar ul collapsing archives list li margin textindent 1em default sidebar ul collapsing archives list li collapsing archives item before content 0BB 0A1 !important default sidebar ul collapsing archives list li collapsing.archives content sym fickt man nicht!

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