Some Gems Of Comment Spam

We get a few spam comments here, promoting all sorts of rubbish web sites.

Currently, we seem to be targeted by people who want to do our writing for us.  Now, given that is promoted as "The world's best scientists. The internet's smartest readers" one would think that we know a thing or two already about the art of writing.

The writing style in many spam comments is absolutely hilarious.
I have decided to save some gems for posterity.  I will add more gems as they arise.

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This priceless gem was brought to you by, a site whose designer obviously doesn't understand irony.

And now, from the same sponsors of eloquent English we have:
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Ellie24YD (not verified) | 02/11/10 | 17:09 PM New
And another, in which the spambot most eloquently paraphrases itself:
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KimberleyfY (not verified) | 02/12/10 | 03:15 AM
From the same busy little URL spambot:
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tQ22Lara (not verified) | 02/12/10 | 13:50 PM New
And a final one from the same source; final because I'm getting rather p****d off with the annoying little bot.
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Kristinkw (not verified) | 02/13/10 | 07:48 AM New
?????  Does that make them custom essay resellers?

Non sequitur is Latin for 'it does not follow'.  A non sequitur is an argument the conclusion of which does not follow from its premises.  It is also a comedic device, much favored by the Monty Python team, in which a remark or gag has nothing to do with whatever preceded it.

The following example of a non sequitur is a comment - I use that term loosely - on Announcing The Return Of The University Science Writing Competion

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Anonymous (not verified) | 02/13/10 | 05:56 AM New
This comment has been deleted.  Can you guess why, children?