Verisign Spam

Some people never learn. If you spam me, there is a good chance that I WILL mock you on the internet. Sure my site gets all of 2 readers a week, but they will know how big of a jackass you are. Here is the spam that I got from Verisign: —— Forwarded Message From: “Borgches, Sergio” Date: Thu, 16 Jul 2009 11:39:24 -0500 To: Webmaster Subject: Ineffective EV SSL Certificate on domain: my.

Warranty Robo Calls!

Is anyone else receiving the warranty robo calls? I am. And I even complained about it to the FTC since my number is on the do-not-call list. I have received 2 calls and filled out the necessary paper work to file a complaint. The follow up on my filing, I got a letter this week stating that my calls did not violate the law yada yada yada. I’m guessing it is due to the fact that one of the questions was, did the caller leave a phone number or email address to opt out.


There’s nothing like a security company spamming you. Sure sure, some people might claim that I’ve signed up for this. Notice the header, it was sent to webmaster. Who signs up webmaster on a mailing list. NO ONE!!! Nice try comodo, I’m not buying. Share this: Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window) Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window) Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window) Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window) Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window) Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)

Marketing Campaigns

Two days ago, I received a call wanting to take 40 seconds of my time to tell me about a great movie and that this was not a sales call. Several things pissed me off about this one. If you are taking the time to focus marketing at me, you’re selling to me. Just cut the BS and move on. This was my cell phone which is used for work.

419 Morons!

Good lord! I can’t believe that people haven’t learned yet. In the past week, I have seen 2 stories about some dumbass losing hundreds of thousands of dollars to a scammer in a 419 Scam. First we have John Rempel who sounds like not only did he lose his own savings, but decided to take some friends and family along with him. Nice job John! Next up, we have Richard T.