Spam Spam Spam, again...
A while ago, I wrote about some strange looking spam I got from Russia. Well, I keep getting it and today I got a really strange looking one:
Now, I ran the text through babelfish and it seems to be something about "coats". I have no idea what the purpose of the really long arm is though (unless of course, they specialize in making 'odd sizes'). That is what is fun about Russian spam for me - I can make up anything I want, since I cannot really read what is there.
I got this one as well - and if it does what I think it does - I might want one of those. It appears to be a small satellite dish that looks transportable. I could have used one on vacation this last week (little to no mobile phone coverage). It almost looks like (and if the translation could be even a little bit trusted sounded like) it would be a mobile solution. Sure is small enough - unless that is the worlds largest add-in card for a PC:
Then it was back to the "spam of the strange", here we have a girl that (if the translation is to be trusted) can diagnose that which ails you - before modern medicine can. The picture, coupled with the translation, is a bit strange:
I get surprisingly little spam (pretty good filters at Oracle), but about 90% or more of the spam I do get is from .ru. A waste of bytes since I cannot even read it - but hey, from time to time it makes me raise an eyebrow and go "huh, interesting".