You have to laugh at some of what the spammers come up with; it’s amusing:
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It’s as if someone learned English entirely from reading books (but not language instruction books), and never learned how to construct sentences properly, though they have a wide vocabulary. (Actually, the sentence construction here is fine; it’s just the use of the words that is improper, in many cases; the spam bots don’t know how to use many words properly.)
How effective is spam, anyway? Do they even get one in a million people following their links? I suppose since it costs nothing, even if they only fool that few, it’s enough for them to keep doing it, and so, like car alarms going off due to cars being bumped into or the shock from car doors next to them being slammed, it’s the inevitable pointless background noise of our time. At least it’s amusing (some of it, anyway).