I sense a little bit of hostility here, wouldn’t you agree? For instance, on credit repair spam:
No, you can’t – that’s my personal responsibility, and I’m certainly not going to give business to anybody who says otherwise. You lose, you’re a loser, and you’re going to burn in hell. I don’t remember giving you permission to spam my snail mailbox, either.
I feel the same way, although I’ve just resigned myself to spending 15-30 minutes every damn day clearing spam and making sure my junk mail folder doesn’t have real mail before clearing it. Thanks to Bayesian filtering, I’ve had only 3 legitimate emails marked as spam in over 10,000 junk emails this year. The last of those was over 3 months ago. But it is unfortunate that I need the filtering at all – death by papercuts to spammers.
[tags]Chris Pirillo, The man hates spam[/tags]