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Ze German Myspace Disease!

November 28, 2008

I wrote about this in my other blog but I think it bears repeating:

If you’ve received a Myspace friend request then you have probably seen this attached to that request:

“Klicke hier, um eine Nachricht einzugeben, die mit der Freundanfrage mitgeschickt wird!”

“Klicke hier, um eine Nachricht einzugeben, die mit der Freundanfrage mitgeschickt wird!”

“Klicke hier, um eine Nachricht einzugeben, die mit der Freundanfrage mitgeschickt wird!”

First off what the hell is it?

I put it into a German to English translator and got this:

Click here in order to input a message, that is enclosed with the friend inquiry!

So that means…uh…that this is some sort of German programmed bot that many people have downloaded and are now using to add random friends?

It’s probably a virus that Myspace users are infected with.

Of course we click “accept” for all of the strange German friend requests. Probably making us infected too.

But lets say it is a bot. Are bands still randomly adding people to their Myspace profile? Has Tila Tequila not proved that having a billion Myspace profiles only leads to horrible horrible things?

Everyone has their own idea how to build a career I guess.

And with that, I’ll leave you with Robbie Zimmerman. Who owns the blueprint for creating a career.

Good music.

Take Control of Your Music,

Voyno

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One Comment leave one →
  1. November 28, 2008 11:15 pm

    Yes it’s amazing that it’s still used this way. Or for that matter any random adding.

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