- Jan 18, 2006
- Brooklyn, CT
Gotta love the spammers!! :uzi::uzi::uzi::uzi::uzi::smash::smash::smash::smash:
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I think Nick partnered with Kim Jong Eun to help fund North Korea's luxury ski industry through online gambling.
Those links are go to a gambling website.
And not just a few posts. Practically took up the entire page one of this forum two days in a row.
I lost the connection to Chinese restaurant...
This morning, with the exception of a couple of thread titles, the entire front page of this forum was filled with obvious spam, most of which sure looked to my non fluent in the Chinese language except for the symbols that I see next to my favorite #7 General Tso's Special Combination platter, as mainly a Chinese language spam hack of AZ.
The same basic spam hack, as Glenn mentioned as well, hit the miscellaneous section over the weekend as well...
Hence my reference in this thread's title
Korean symbols are pretty "light", with only a few connected straight sections. Japanese and Chinese tend to have much busier symbols, lots of strokes in each symbol.I think it was Korean since it looks like too many characters to be Chinese. Other than proper nouns there are very few characters in Chinese and Japanese.
Those were Korean symbols.
I don't know how I could tell. But I could. I can even tell Vietnamese from Thai, Japanese from Chinese (the last one is easy).
(I don't speak Japanese, nor Korean, never mind reading and writing. Just the symbols are distinctly different. I'm told Korean has a lot of Chinese and Japanese in it, but it's written differently, all in Korean symbols)
Korean symbols are pretty "light", with only a few connected straight sections. Japanese and Chinese tend to have much busier symbols, lots of strokes in each symbol.