Whenever a spam comment manages to find its way into my moderation queue, I’m always quick to trash it. But this one I couldn’t help but set aside because it was refreshingly unique. It doesn’t pretend to be anything else but a straightforward link dump. With a twist:
I’m currently being held prisoner by the Russian mafia (penis enlargement link) and being forced to post spam comments on blogs and forum! If you don’t approve this they will kill me. (penis enlargement link) They’re coming back now. (name of company selling penis enlargement product with link) Please send help! nitip (penis enlargement link).
Normally, I do everything I can to help save kidnap victims, but WordPress is fairly strict about spam content. Sorry, buddy. Rules are rules. I did, however, run a search of on the IP and traced it to somewhere in Illinois. So if you’re out there reading this, buddy, hang in there. Help is on its way!
The other night, Akemi and I hit Refuel for a long overdue visit. We enjoyed…
Refuel co-owner Tom Doughty informed me that he and Chef Rob Belcham have teamed up with their returning patissier, Paul Croteau, to open Paul Croteau Confections, offering a host of delicious desserts for the discerning palate. He was nice enough to provide a few samples. For review purposes of course.
Scout Magazine does a nice piece on Paul here: http://scoutmagazine.ca/2010/08/05/paul-croteau-confections-now-available-at-oakridge-mall/
And if you’re looking for more information on were to pick up some of these goodies, head on over to the Oakridge Mall or check out: http://www.pcconfections.com/Welcome.html
On to Stargate: Universe. Another hint at what’s to come in season 2…
And a few snaps from the Atlantis archives especially for Das who has been a little aggravated of late. All photos courtesy and copyright MGM Television…
Another awesome review of Masked (the anthology of all-original superhero fiction that will appeal to comic book fans and non-fans alike) here: http://elitistbookreviews.blogspot.com/2010/08/masked.html
About a week ago, officials in Tokyo were planning to honor the city’s oldest living resident, only to discover the guy had been dead for thirty years. Not to be discouraged, they moved on to the city’s oldest living woman, 113 year old Fusa Furuya – who it turns out has been missing for a couple decades: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-pacific-10848254
Today’s blog entry is dedicated to (belated) birthday gal Anais!