In news almost too post-modern to digest, Scott Richter, the Internet’s third-busiest spammer, has decided that his spammy brand has become recognizable enough to be marketable in its own right. To capitalize, he’s launching a line of SpamKing clothing — initially shirts, hats, and panties bearing phrases such as “Just opt out” and “Click it.” You can take a wild flying guess how he’ll be promoting the line. Adding an additional layer to the strangeness, Richter is not generally referred to as “The Spam King” — that honor usually goes either to Bill Waggoner or Alan Ralsky, or, going farther back, Sanford Wallace. So he’s apparently usurping the title from his fellow spammers.
Spam King Clothing
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One Reply to “Spam King Clothing”
It’s just too bad Mr. Richter didn’t fully think things through before making this announcement.
I’m the very proud owner of both SpamKingClothing.com and SKClothing.com :)
Currently, they both redirect to the FTC.gov.