It is sad so many people (apparently) find it productive to spend their time figuring out ways to fill email inboxes with spam as well as blog comment databases. These people really should get a life…..
Thanks to Spam Karma 2, spam comments sent to my blog are generally caught and placed in a “moderation” area where they can be confirmed as spam and deleted. Without programs like this, blogging would be a much more tedious and annoying prospect! 🙂
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