I tried all my usual tricks to get that sucker up and running but it was having none of it. In a snit, I headed off to get ready for the day. The Husband,
I have since googled it and have added a few new tricks to my bag to extend the life of that ONE YEAR old coffee maker. I also discovered that there are commercial kits out there so that you don't have to go through any nonsense to keep your Keurig running like new - information that would, you know, be USEFUL to include in the Keurig User Manual (just saying Keurig...)
How many times can I say Keurig in one paragraph?
At any rate, while I was enjoying that one cup of coffee that required The Husband to move mountains to produce, I noticed a new email notification letting me know that there was a new comment on one of my posts. As you can imagine, if you blog, it made me smile...comments always make me smile. Until I opened it. Then I had to laugh out loud. And then, I got a creepy little shiver.
(I re-typed it in order to make sure the links were removed).
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Aside from the over the top flattery designed to make me dearly want to click the link, what made me shiver? The fact that the spam link said COFFEE MACHINE REPAIR.
What? Is my Keurig now announcing to the whole internet that it is tired of my eternal coffee making demands, thus opening the door to this kind of spam?