Wednesday, December 5, 2012
The Persistence of Memory and Spam
The images, of course, are Dali's famous melting timepieces in his iconic "The Persistence of Memory."
But I'm here to share some recent spammy bits that have come my way from folks hoping to entice me to purchase "the ritzy use value watches (which) are brobdingnagian idiosyncrasy to represent a look asseveration of yourself in the society."
These aren't just any cheap knock-offs either. These are genuine faux watches made by genuine faux watchmakers who "are committed their perseverance and girlfriend to organize a watches with pampered about up and unsurpassed nobility in the world!!!" (Exclamations mine.)
These folks assure me that wearing said watches "can significantly consequences on your standing level" and they remind me that "the weight of the people is judged mostly on their appearance."
Besides, they tell me, "Every tom wants to cope fierce peerage in the society."
Oh, I do. But I'm still wondering where the watchmakers' girlfriend comes into it . . .