[Linux-aus] I just want someone to go down on me first
daniel at raging.dropbear.id.au
Wed Mar 12 14:09:54 UTC 2003
On Tue, Mar 11, 2003 at 10:22:40PM +1030, David Lloyd scrawled:
> > I just need sex like any normal person. We get paid too fuck nothing
> > else and we simply advertise on websites like www.livewebbroadcast.com
> I'm sorry but my 28.8k dialup won't cope with your streaming media.
I'm on a ghetto modem link at the modem. Cable in 2 weeks will be
refreshing - it'll also roughly coincide with getting my new CPU, which
will mean I'll have a computer for the first time in a month, and my
phone (which recently got stolen). Wa-hey.
> Thank you for submitting this to the linux-aus mailing list. It has
> scored just "1.0" on my SpamAssassin 2.50. I haven't adjusted any of the
> default settings so I reckon that others may have achieved similar
> results. Also, I think that you should also provide advice, not free of
> course, to other spammers so that their score can remain as low as
Well, it's short, doesn't seem to have been bounced through Hotmail, and
such. Not much you can really do with this one, apart from having a
secretary to read all your mail. Seriously, a message from your
partner talking about the previous night is roughly indiscernable from
this sort of spam.
> [The technical crunch: My spamassassin did not catch this and only
> marked it as 1.0. Unfortunately, even my nick gets a small amount
> because it ends in numbers. What's people's experience with "Bayesian"
> (i.e. intelligent) spam filters and can you suggest one that is easy to
> setup and keep up to date APART form spamassassin?]
Apparently bogofilter seeded with results from spamassassin works quite
well. Basically, just feed it +spam every now and then to keep it happy.
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