Thursday, 23 July 2009

Spam comments in Japanese

I've started to get a lot of spam comments on this blog in Japanese. They seem to come in bundles of 10 at a time, and are always on the same posts. I guess those are showing up in some keyword search, or else they were picked at random and stored for repeat visits. Either way, it's a pain to get rid of each time, so I'm thinking of disabling comments on just those specific posts.

Just in case you're curious, the Google translation of the text reads:
Internet cafes and the women do not have a place to stay while away from home and women are living with hunger meet all you can drink beverages. This site is a site for women in need with people who want to support women's
Mokalus of Borg

PS - I have no idea what that means.
PPS - And every time I mention spam comments, that post draws more.


littlemissrandom said...

Clearly it's a message from God for you to be kinder to Japanese women who are in need of a place to stay while away from home and for you to meet all you can and provide them with drink beverages.

It's pretty obvious John.

John said...

God is spamming my blog? Then I'm reducing my tithe. ;)

littlemissrandom said...

Look at it as a small scale billboard. You can't get much more direct than comments on your blog.