Want to get in touch with me? Cool!

You can leave a comment on any pertinent post. I review them all, even the spammy ones. 😀

You can drop me an email.

You can also find me over at the Twitter.

I have a public Facebook page that gets relatively frequent updates.

I update my Instagram regularly, usually with hand-lettering stuff.

Almost all of my creative stuff, including fonts, illustrations, and some various muckety-muck, gets posted to my Behance page. Tons of freebies there too, if that’s your thing.

I have the Google Plus (there’s a button in the upper right corner) but I don’t update it. Does anyone anymore? Poor Google+.

As you can see below, I don’t think this particular page is necessarily pertinent for commenting. At least if you’re a spammer. I don’t understand why this page is such spammer-candy.

Okay, seriously. After a double-whammy of fresh SEO comments (both of which are unoriginal so I’m just deleting them), I’m just going to lock down commenting on this page. It’s getting way too silly.


  1. We work with small and large companies like yours, providing custom software development, software testing, data base development, maintenance and other services related to software development. We are also happy to provide an analysis of the current status of your project, along with a proposal. Please contact me at your convenience.
    Excellent. This is absolutely appropriate not only to this particular post, but also to my extensive software development needs in general. I think the easiest response is: no way, Jose! ~M

  2. I’ve helped hundreds of companies increase their traffic and I’d love to show you what my service can do for you. I don’t promise the world, I’m straight forward and to the point … I deliver rankings. My rates are completely affordable and I don’t want to oversell you either, I start small and have my clients begging for more. I won’t take on your site unless I know I can deliver rankings. Reply to this e-mail if you have the slightest interest … you’ll never see rankings the same way again.
    Well, much as I’d love to beg for more, the fact that this was posted as a comment and not sent as an actual email makes me doubt Janice’s intelligence. Not to mention that the email address she supplied is for a completely different man’s name. At least there’s no URL to redact, which is a surprise. ~M

  3. Do you want to grow your business? Do you have serious, defined sales goals?
    This one just confuses me, because the URL they put in the URL field isn’t actually a URL. It’s “http://Wantmorecustomers?”. I guess I’m supposed to email Phyllis to find out how to grow my business. Except the email is for Phillip. Not Phyllis.

    This is getting too confusing. Instead of figuring out Phillip/Phyllis, I think instead I’ll go ponder the serious, defined sales goals for this personal recipes/stories/pictures blog. ~M

  4. Let us do the tedious SEO work for you. You know your business, we know SEO. Our rates are some of the most competitive in the industry. We will put in writing that everything we do adheres to all ethical Search Engine Optimization guidelines. At a minimum you owe it to yourself and your business to reply to this email so I can send you more information.
    Hooray! Another SEO comment on the contact page! I love that they refer to this comment as an email. Because it’s so hard to find an actual email address for me. Especially here. Right? Right? Bueller? ~M

  5. We noticed that you are not at the top of the search engines for a number of your key terms. We have helped companies similar to yours to achieve top organic rankings. Please reply to this message and we will prepare a special proposal for you, to show you how we can achieve similar results for you.
    Seriously? I’d love to know what my key terms are. Maybe I should consider employing these doofs. ~M

  6. Hello.

    I have nothing to say, except wanting to make sure there was at least one legitimate comment on this page. 5/5 being spam is, though quite an achievement, perhaps not the most desirable of things.

    That is all.

    You have found this informative.

    missy Reply:

    Tim: you have just won 10 internet cookies. Way to break the streak!

    Tim Reply:

    Nom. Delicious internet cookies.

  7. We will optimize your site to increase its rankings with major search engines. This will drive targeted online users to your site, as well as attract new users through the use of relevant keywords and phrases. Not only will we help you gain those higher rankings, but maintain your status through continual management and support. Please reply to this email so we can send you more details.
    Another for the contact page slush pile. And yet again, the email name and the posted name are different. Do these guys all follow the same script? Have they purchased SEO Spamming for Dummies? And why can none of them tell the difference between a comment and an email? ~M

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