Well, spammers found a home on my blog and have been leaving commentary aimed at selling something to someone. I've been deleting them as I detect them, but it's been a daily occurrence. Of course, none of these have anything to do with me, the blues, or you (unless you respond to them). None of them are solicited by me, so ignore them. If you leave a comment, don't request an e-mail follow-up or you'll get their spam from the comments page. I always respond to any comments left on any pages directly, except those left by these scumbags, who will respond to this post, and leave advertisements, as if I didn't call them snotnosed scumbags. Then again, once the find you, they automate the process.
I haven't abandoned the blog, just been roped into the activities of others around me that have demanded more of my time. I do have plans to get some reviews generated real soon. Some of those: The Muddy Waters/Rolling Stones DVD (planned on getting this up for quite some time...way before PBS ran with it), Rick Estrin and the Nightcats latest (love these guys), John Nemeth's live blues, and Doug Demings latest outing with Dennis Gruenling. That's my best laid plan. Now, off to battle the spambot comments.
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