How does the spam industry stay afloat? Does anyone actually click on junk mail??? I’ll admit it – I do. I now know where to go if I want to date Christian singles. I can eliminate my credit-card debts by sending debbi453 an email. I can ‘increase’ my ‘performance’ without ‘vI@gr4’. Even though I do not have the necessary appendages, I can choose to increase my lactation stations by two sizes. It’s a win-win situation!

But I stop at merely perusing these mails. Apparently, people like Soto actually buy stuff from the spammers.(Note: Soto has been depicted in charcoal to protect his identity.) I read somewhere that spammers made $115 billion in profits last year. With dutiful American consumerobots such as Soto, it’s no wonder spammers keep finding innovative ways to increase my boob size.

[from:Dashes]: Here’s a link for amateur bloggers on how to write. Strunk and White has been on my reading list for a while – formal grammar just seems so… dry.