September 23, 2014
I got home and noted that I had acquired some spam...13 pages of it in my comments dashboard. Well, I didn't have time to deal with it then so I flitted off to school with the intention of dealing with it later.
However upon arriving home I noted that all 13 pages were gone. This means something. By applying Occam's Shamwow to the problem, I was able to figure out how this miracle occurred. This blog previously noted that Sydney is currently beset by an amphibious assault of green...things
Pixy lives in Sydney.
Thus Pixy is responsible for the seaside phenomena and is using the quality cabbages to thwart spam.
I have no idea how this can possibly work. However, I don't write code so I shouldn't judge.
Some might suggest that correlation is not causation, but if that were the case, we would not know that UFOs are piloted by Bigfoots
(and are attracted to drunks without cellphone cameras for some reason) but thanks to Occam's Shamwow we do!
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If Pixy lived in Hawaii
instead of Sydney, would he trying to attract spam, rather than get rid of it?
Posted by: Siergen at Tue Sep 23 19:02:16 2014 (r3+4f)
You are talking about Spam, which is also written as SPAM and is awesome fried with pineapples.
Pixy is eliminating spam also refereed to as [expletive deleted] spam which is distinguished by its singular lack of any culinary merits.
Posted by: The Brickmuppet at Tue Sep 23 19:15:12 2014 (DnAJl)
"[...] lack of any culinary merits."
I dunno. Watching roasting spammers might bring a ghost of a smile to the corners of my mouth.
...oh, you meant the spam itself, and not the spammers. Carry on, then.
Posted by: Mikeski at Tue Sep 23 22:28:02 2014 (luDkn)
I don't know anything about bigfoot UFO pilots here and now, but long, long ago and far, far away they certainly seemed to be co-pilots....
Posted by: Karl at Wed Sep 24 00:55:54 2014 (XhfQr)
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