Commenter “Haley Bennett Interview” had a look at this post, and wrote,
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I’m torn. On one hand, this is a very polite and regretful spambot, and once it realized it had not already done so, sincerely thanked me for the post about the Russian psychopath who dressed up dozens of human corpses as his doll collection, stacked like grisly firewood around his tiny Moscow apartment.
On the other hand, he also tells me that this post made his “young men” “very interested” and that they had already “been loving these things.” Woah. Further, it thinks that there are millions of individuals who also need to “discover” the joys of loving decoratively attired dead people. Or is it that millions need to discover the joys of being decorative corpses?
So should I approve this comment? I mean, just look at the flattery! I am really kind, and I do deserve spambot appreciation. And of course, this spambot claims that it has a cult of young men who are loving human corpses. What to do?
Okay, I’m going to approve it.