Without quite knowing why, I started Googling some odd queries and eventually found something that led me to being accused of being a spammer. Of course, while I’m not a spammer, I have eaten Spam and think that it’s a staple of Hawaiian culture. As for the query…
Performing the following search will yield you an error screen in Google:
Though I’m not nearly intelligent enough to figure out why Google would give an error when searching for the number 0000000 followed by two decimals (or periods you English freaks) and then repeating the number 0000000 it does still happen.
Before you comment on something like “I used a different number or series of numbers”, I don’t care. Really, I don’t. I know it works with different numbers, so don’t tell me about your new theory using the number one or two or different numbers. The basic concept is that you type in some repeated number or series of numbers at least 7 spaces long and separate those numbers with two decimal points and BAM!
Of course when you mess with Google’s search too many times, it gives the CAPTCHA window. Since I’m not a spammer (I’m a blogger, drinker, and professional weasel massager) I have never seen or used Google in a spamming way, but Google is really being careful because after I searched the same query 8 times (within a minute period of time) I got a spammer-not-fool-proof screen:
So my question for you Google-knowledgable, what’s the deal with this? I don’t mean the CAPTCHA page, I mean the numeral, dot, dot, numeral search result.
Oh ya, when you enter the characters seen in the box, you get a Google redirect page:
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