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    I fell in love with a girl

    We in different cities, should I give up my work for her? To find her?

    If it is you, what would you do!

    I will have been waiting for this answer!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Noah Bradley View Post
    Aww, the spam-bot is in love.
    I wonder if it's spam on spam love.
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    I don't understand what the point of this kind of spam bot is. It's not like it is selling anything. I guess programmers make them just for kicks?


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    I am a human being!
    I only hope to get an answer!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shorinji_Knight View Post
    I don't understand what the point of this kind of spam bot is. It's not like it is selling anything. I guess programmers make them just for kicks?
    I'm hoping to get a sincere answer!

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    Sorry, the low post count and off art topic looked suspect.

    In answer to your question. Ask her what she wants. Ask yourself what you want. Then figure out what the pros and cons are. Acknowledge them as you throw them out the window to follow your heart. Happiness is your goal and focus in life, not success, power, career, or legacy. Just don't impose your version of happiness on some girl unless she shares it.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Shorinji_Knight View Post
    Sorry, the low post count and off art topic looked suspect.

    In answer to your question. Ask her what she wants. Ask yourself what you want. Then figure out what the pros and cons are. Acknowledge them as you throw them out the window to follow your heart. Happiness is your goal and focus in life, not success, power, career, or legacy. Just don't impose your version of happiness on some girl unless she shares it.
    Thank you! Now I still hesitating, tonight I'll and she a chat, if you can. I'll take 26 plane go back and find her!

    Love to me is the most important!

    I don't know me so isn't it too impulse?!
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    "Find Her"? Does these mean that you don't even really know her? I would say you better know who you are in "Love" with BEFORE you start making any plans.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Shorinji_Knight View Post
    "Find Her"? Does these mean that you don't even really know her? I would say you better know who you are in "Love" with BEFORE you start making any plans.
    Oh, I'm sorry, I have no accurate expression, I know she was there,

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    Why are you asking strangers? Perhaps you should ask your lady friend. She would have a better answer than us.

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    Thank you! Now I still hesitating, tonight I'll and she a chat, if you can. I'll take 26 plane go back and find her! Love to me is the most important! I don't know me so isn't it too impulse?!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Noah Bradley View Post
    Aww, the spam-bot is in love.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shorinji_Knight View Post
    I don't understand what the point of this kind of spam bot is. It's not like it is selling anything. I guess programmers make them just for kicks?
    It's probably not actually a bot, but some poor spam sweatshop worker. Usually they come back later and edit their posts, or change their signature, to include a bunch of links.

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    Quote Originally Posted by UmpaArt View Post
    I wonder if it's spam on spam love.
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    From the titles, I thought it was going to be this... I am disappoint.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elwell View Post
    Usually they come back later and edit their posts, or change their signature, to include a bunch of links.
    I've been wondering about the spam comments where if you look at the user's "recent posts" list you can see some links, but you can't see them in the actual comment.
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    Yeah, I'm not sure of the purpose of those stealth links, but I'm sure it's something nefarious.

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    The first clue should have been coming to a bunch of artists for love advice. Holy crap.

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    bcarman: Trust me when I say, you 2D guys get.. er.. "busy" more often than us 3D chaps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elwell View Post
    Yeah, I'm not sure of the purpose of those stealth links, but I'm sure it's something nefarious.
    I suspect that while we cannot see them, as long as they exist
    in the post themselves they can be registered as hits and
    picked up by search engines. The hidden factor and pseudo
    "average joe" forum member behavior is just to ensure
    they can survive undetected for as long as possible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mossi View Post
    bcarman: Trust me when I say, you 2D guys get.. er.. "busy" more often than us 3D chaps.

    Cuz we have softer hands.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elwell View Post
    It's probably not actually a bot, but some poor spam sweatshop worker. Usually they come back later and edit their posts, or change their signature, to include a bunch of links.
    Thanks, that explains a lot!


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    Quote Originally Posted by kev ferrara View Post
    Turing test fail.
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    If you want to know about how they operate and the stupid prices paid for them click here and read the comments from the OP. You have to wonder how much the person who actually does it gets from the work, I hear it's about $1 per 1000.

    Oh, and I reported the transaction number to Paypal with the link. I'm that mean.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spamming Scumbag
    2. No, your backlinks won't be deleted because we employ a trick by which we go below the radar of the moderators. What we do is this :

    We have employed an indian va (virtual assistant) who will register 100 forums every day (1 registration takes 5 minutes). So in 6.5 days, she will complete registrations on all the 638 different forums. At this point, the "signature field" will remain "disabled" and after this we have 20 full time vas working 8 hours/day at $30/month (indian employee), who will post 150 to 200 x 100% relevant "comments" on each of the 638 forums, so you will get 117,000 "comments" in total in 35 days. At this point the moderators will see that the user accounts are posting 100% relevant "comments" and without any links, so he/she will treat these 638 accounts as non-spam accounts. Now the vas will make 100% relevant "comment" posts on the actual 1200+ pr6-pr5-pr4-pr3-pr2 pages on 4 days by 5 vas. After these we will wait 3-4 days, for the moderators to view the 1200+ high pr pages' "comments" as spam or not. The moderators will pass these 1200+ comments as legitimate as the "comments" are 100% relevant and no links posted. After the moderators passes these 1200+ comments as non-spam, then the vas will activate the "signature fields" with your backlinks & the moderators will never notice this.

    There is 99.99% no-chance that your backlinks will be removed.
    WE ARE THE.01%, BITCHES!!!!!!!

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    Wow, seems like a lot of work goes into anoying people.

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    The invisible gif spammers are probably screwing around with SEO. They place a link to a 1x1 image on their site, so to the forum it looks like a "legitimate post" (often it's a copy of an earlier post or part of an earlier post) without links, but the hidden link is counted by search engine crawlers and the rank of the parasite site rises while the rank of the forum falls (slightly).
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