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November 8th, 2004

Bizarre Spammy Pages

As you may know, some web sites exist solely to get you to look at their ads. That is, a slew of results may show up in a Google search with domains featuring between 40 and 80 hyphens (like stupid- dumb- web- address- designed- to- fool- you.com.) But I’ve got to say I found the strangest one yet: check out that domain name.

And the interesting thing is that the front page of the site really is about garlic. But then you’ve got pages about drug side effects and just oddball stuff. It’s not odd in the Superbad kind of way… just… odd.

Posted in Just Plain Odd

FROM: Ryan [E-Mail]
DATE: Tuesday November 9, 2004 -- 11:09:52 am
(Joseph -- You didn't imagine them. They just don't deserve any attention, so they quietly went away.)



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