Twitter Spam

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The plan - to grab as many followers as possible:

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...then when you think you have enough of them (admittedly, our spammer here is settling for a less-than-grand total of 56), send them....

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.....some spam. In this case, the spam is for a website showing you how to "run your car on water". Well, it's better than viagra ads I guess. Here's a good article which covers some more Twitter spam.

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