know what? someone just viewed 1050 or so files of this website, and i haven't even been advertising today.
well, i can't really call it advertising, it's more ho'ing around. i'm hungry for gay sex, and i respond to every ad on
craigslist that interests me. i go to craigslist, pick a city, click men4men, and once i get to the page with the sex ads,
i right click, view source, and copy the source to the clipboard.
i open notepad, paste, save, delete everything before the actual ads, delete everything after the actual ads, and save again.
then, i highlight the following: <p><a href="http://cityname.craigslist.org/m4m/ and replace it with pers- and voila, i have half
an email address of a gay guy. i then take my 'wildcard replace' program, and replace everything after the ad number [which
follows the m4m/ i just got rid of] with @craigslist.org - which gives me the other half of an email address that will reach a
this little feat takes one or two minutes. craigslist won't let me send more than 20 or 25 emails to firstname.lastname@example.org,
so i copy around 20 addresses and paste them all in the TO: field on a letter. i have a mail program that sends individually,
etters with more than 50 addresses in the TO: field, so the gay guy who receives the letter does not see the other addresses that
the spam was sent to. this little feat takes a long time, sending my letter to the 100 ad numbers turned to email addresses,
since i have to keep copying, pasting and switching sending accounts.
it's worth it, though. nobody seems to respond with interest, and the ones who do respond with a desperado, sex-starved
attitude that i could do without. so, maybe reaching so many people won't put me with the man i seek. i guess i'll be
giving it up. though, whoever viewed 1050 files, maybe he's writing a letter to me right now - if he writes to me and we
hook-up, that'd make all the time i've wasted doing this dumb idea of mass-craigslisting...it'd make it all worthwhile.
check out my site, www.jaggedlittledyl.com
, unless you're there now