I already wrote about schpam here, but I think it is may be time to mention it again.
Today, I looked into the schpam filter net catch, inspired by ExpatPaul's post Spamtastic.
I never read all schpam that gets stuck in filter. I am not mad. Yet. But I do sometimes notice what they say. Recently, the spectrum of content within messages gets weirder and weirder. Such as mixing "Jesus" with sport "jerseys". Strange bedfellows, produced by software. If humans put together such messages, I would think they are either trolls or art students. Some are quite funny, if not illuminating, in their mindboggling ways. Not that the mixing of money and religion is exactly A New Thing, but the formulation is. I think.
Today I found this single-sentence comment in my schpam filter:
I used to be able to find good advice from your blog posts.
I am a bit sad. I am sure the bot have feelings, and I must have failed it somehow.
However, my course is set for ...uhhmmm... wherever... compass is spinning...