Further evidence that bots can’t read

Deposited here on a wholly unrelated post, and trapped by the despaminator:

thank you for your advice. I was taking a speech class and you helped me overcome my fears of nervousness.

Expecting me to help with stage fright is like expecting [name of politician] to have principles: not too likely.

A gratuitous link followed, and then this:

I really don’t see how Twitjobsearch have solved any spam issues. Almost every job I click on is from… a job board. Do they let some job boards in and some not? What kind of reputation system are they using to filter jobs? I don’t know how they filter, so I could be off but… for me this is an even worse kind of filtering – at least job boards are transparent on how they control spam (simply by requiring $$).

Okay, show of hands: how many of you are actually looking for a twit job? And what are the requirements? (Besides the obvious ones, I mean.)


  1. hatless in hattiesburg »

    9 August 2012 · 3:23 am

    what are the requirements for a twitjob? you just have to know the right people inside the dc beltway.


  2. McGehee »

    9 August 2012 · 5:19 am

    I know some twits who need to get a job. And at least a couple who need to quit their day jobs and go do something else with less potential for major longterm damage.

RSS feed for comments on this post