Back in the summer of 2004


Back in the summer of 2004, I began receiving a lot of spam which included the most bizarre paragraphs of garbled nonsense imaginable. Strangely, the emails never seemed to advertise anything. Almost immediately I fell in love with them, as they read like amazing nonsensical poetry. I proceeded to collect them all, and I have posted the best ones below, along with their titles (the subject line), their authors (the from line), and the dates I received them. Sadly, they abruptly stopped appearing in my inbox one day: disappearing just as suddenly as they had once appeared.
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