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  • This is the default behavior for new wordies, but if you joined before this Saturday you'll have to go in and turn notifications on, if you want 'em -- it seemed kind of spamish to turn them on retroactively.

    Archive 2007-09-01 2007

  • Good news is that spamish has gotten an admin contract out at forrestfield!

    April 21st, 2006 mynxii 2006

  • As for that marginal stuff: people who make stupid trollish or spamish comments pretty much get ignored and left in place -- I only care when it looks like automated spam.

    Planet Atheism 2009

  • Text is simply more direct and more personal and many of the guru's that border on spamish behaviors have taken note of this.

    BiggerPockets Forums 2009

  • Going for a drink with spamish to catch up and hear her squee about her new job:) I might even do more cleaning tonight * shock horror*

    April 26th, 2006 mynxii 2006

  • Aslo just wanted to draw attention to American Edit, the mash up of American idiot, I’ve blogged about it was going to post it to you direct but thought itd just be spamish. anyhows its there, on boing boing and at

    AmigoFish and Blog 2005

  • And like sluggo, I feel the inclusion of a donate button in your first post is a bit spamish. just brew it! 's opinion is to let it stand, however the chief administrator said, "If it was a program that wasn't about folding, would it be considered spam?

    The Tech Report: News 2009


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  • Not exactly email spam, but having some similar qualities, such as being impersonal, unrequested, or sent to too many people.

    Alternatively, according to the Urban Dictionary, "half Spanish, half Amish."

    September 17, 2007

  • Is there such a thing?

    September 17, 2007

  • I thought it was pure joke when I first read it, but maybe not. I spent some time in Central and South America in the early nineties, and was surprised to come across communities of Mennonites in more than one country (to wit). Maybe there are similarly far-flung groups of Amish.

    September 17, 2007

  • Hmmm... I could see how an ascetic-ish (er, that's the wrong word, but you know) sect might want to move from, say, the United States to a country of less privilege like Mexico. Though we never hear about them, I suppose there might be a lot of missionary activity happening for that reason. Though I still suspect the UD posting was meant as a joke. ;-)

    September 17, 2007

  • All I know is that the Spamish ride around in totally badass custom lowrider buggies, with the bass cranked.

    September 18, 2007

  • And wearing crisp white bonnets.

    September 18, 2007