Wednesday, February 15, 2006

Radio Game Sweeping The Nation

Do you get spam email? Do you sometimes see what looks like random words strung together at the end of the email? Spammers insert these words to try to bypass your spam filters. If you've ever read them, you know they're very weird.

Sometimes they resemble other stuff, which is why we've turned it into a contest.

For example, on 2/14 we played Spam Or Shakespeare. We read a passage and the listener had to identify if it was from Shakespeare, or if it was random words from a spam email. The spam passage was: try astrophysical the indeterminable but quasi , domestic or inquire on louis it brash the marco. The Shakespeare was What is my name? Whither am I going? Where do I dwell? Am I a married man, or a bachelor? Then, to answer every man directly and briefly, wisely and truly: wisely I say, I am a bachelor. It's from Julius Caesar.

On 2/15 we played Dr. Phil Or Spam. This time the passage was either from Dr. Phil's website, or random words from an email spam.

Here are the two passages from 2/15:
  • However an example will be included to impact and point out the bright-line. Time, such as; divorce, births outside of marriage, as people come to grips with the source of the problem and then build and solve from there. The causes for single female households vary from time to time in a father-less home. The article is based on a 30-year experiment in 2 different opinions. (spam)
  • And as I started to share my story and the tools I'd created for myself out of desperation and a desire to change, I watched others put those tools to use and begin to rewrite their stories as well. That's how the Five Steps to Jumpstart Your Life came into being. (from Dr. Phil's website)

    Good luck!
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