Garden hygiene

Coming back to my little neglected garden I have had, of course, to clear away quite a few of the usual Internet brambles. Some of them, however, turned out to have some surprisingly amusing flowers. Here are a few samples from my comment spam:

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You really couldn’t make it up, could you?

And therein…

And therein lies… well, anything I want, really. The rub, perhaps – apparently a bowling term for a green defect causing a deviation in the path of a bowl, back before Shakespeare. Never said I was perfect. Or the difference, according to Mark E. Smith, whose work was always going to be the inspiration for the name of this domain.

And I am… the author of Dave Green’s Weblog on MSDN, now departed the Microship. I linked this blog from there before I left, just in case of incredulity.