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Ahh, the beauty of slam spam poetry… Funny enough, this one isn’t new. A quick google search turns up a few results with the same phrase dating back to January. How can something that random sounding end up being used for multiple spam mails? And what is the reasoning behind it? I don’t know about other spam filters, but Gmail catches it right away. It definitely makes for amusment when I check my spam mail.

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