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I am always pleased to receive comments about my posts. It’s nice to know that someone besides my mother is reading my blog! Please keep the comments coming!

I have, however, received some funny comments, which I suspect got through the spam filter, but which nevertheless entertain me.

For example:

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Well, you’re welcome! and thank you for your offer. But, no.

Or the frequent:

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and its sister comment:

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It’s my pleasure.

So far, I’ve been protected from 1,863 spam comments, for which I am eternally grateful. Among the spams I’ve been offered ways to improve my sex life (though I’m not sure why they should assume anything on that subject), or been invited to increase my income by helping a Nigerian prince regain his inheritance (exactly how many disinherited Nigerian princes are there?).

The majority of the spam comments comes from Google translated text, of that I’m certain. But, it does make for entertaining reading once in a while:

I amused, and it is enlightened by the writing of your glory. Please continue for my edification. (followed by offer of a free Michael Kors bag)

Keep those comments coming!