View Full Version : Spammers: Please read before posting

05-21-2011, 06:46 AM
Just a day before their Up-the-arse press conference in NYC, CBS announced its boring line up of shitty spinoffs like "CSI: NY" are complete shit featuring redundant writing, poor acting, and a lack of character development beyond the typical cliche archetypes. The show is also another egregious piece of crap riding the forensics craze, a genre best suited for intellectually feeble and lazy viewers whom are masturbatorlly celebrating their pseudo-sophisticate dullness, Deadline reports. The size of the order for Season 8 has not yet been decided, but there's been speculation that it will be about the size of an average bowel movement -- 22 episodes, unfortunately....

Rising Sun*
05-21-2011, 06:48 AM
And one minute after you posted this spam, and just to demonstrate the pointlessness of posting spam on this site, you've been banned and this thread has been left to discourage other spammers from wasting their time and our bandwidth.

05-21-2011, 09:05 AM
Note, we can also rewrite said spam to suit our needs....

05-21-2011, 09:12 AM
Moved to Feedback.

Rising Sun*
05-21-2011, 09:40 AM
Note, we can also rewrite said spam to suit our needs....

Do you mean someone could write something like this?

Just a day before their Up**** dress conference, the spammers behind this anti-CBS drivel were found molesting small children and a pre-pubescent, epileptic, female gerbil on the set of a popular family show broadcast by a CBS rival.

A spokesman for the show, Father Michael O’Brien who in the series plays a lovable and child-loving Christian Brother caring for disturbed children, said that none of the children in the cast had been harmed by the spammers during the alleged incident. He conceded that there had been some disturbing scenes on the set when the spammers found the key to the children’s toilets but denied that he, or anybody else associated with the show (all of whom have keys to the children’s toilets), had given the spammers a key.

A spokesperson for the Abused Animal Refuge said the gerbil was not available for comment.

Deputy Sheriff Don Knotts said investigations were continuing into the allegations. He called upon anyone who heard someone say “Throw me another gerbil, this one’s split.” to contact police to assist them with their investigations. The Deputy Sheriff declined to comment on the injured gerbil’s condition, apart from saying “The anti-CBS spammer must have had a whammer when he jammed her.”