Unemployment and outsourcing situational humor

Posted in Made in China, Stumble and Fail at 1:27 pm by George Smith

Source: US Bureau of Labor Statistics, data plotter.

DD generally looks in the spam filter once a day. Akismet false flags legit comments semi-frequently. As a byproduct, I’m familiar with the often ludicrous nature of spammers.

However, an attempt today was exceptional — worth a repeated laugh.

An outsourcing/offshoring company used comment spam to try and place a link for its services on the blog. And it was attracted to my recent posts on “US bullshit manufacturing.”

This is the poxy company: t**ech**vein. If you’re curious, purge the asterisks, add a dot com.

“While it’s true that a skilled worker in the US will be in the higher range, the actual cost to company for every employee is substantially more …” reads one come-on to dump the middle class.

One expects people of such ilk to be cockroaches. And they helpfully prove it for you in so many ways.

Related: US Bullshit Manufacturing.


  1. Chuck said,

    February 5, 2011 at 2:45 pm

    Take a look at their client list, particularly ES5.COM “Penetrating Online Established Communities”. How? Why with their “SharePro Clickjacking Script”.

    Just the sort of people that you want to be associated with…

  2. George Smith said,

    February 6, 2011 at 8:26 am

    Screwing people over in cyberspace and the real world.