Originally posted by Tabitha Marshall If I understand correctly, spam is some kind of food.
I always thought spam was spam like in the email.
Now no longer sure because it seems that you can spam in the forest or beach or in Colombia somewhere up to nirvana state.
Maybe I got it all wrong. For sure I don't get it all. Too complicated to my spamming brain. 😕
It's quite simple, it is and isn't some kind of food. 😕
It's a processed canned meat that IMO isn't that bad. I do know that the company that makes it uses pork shoulder and ham for the meat. There are only 6 ingredients. Pork, water, salt, sugar, sodium nitrate and potato starch. (I got the order wrong I'm sure) So for what it is, it is good. And it tastes great sliced thin and fried. 😀
It helped the Allies win WWII. 🙂
Originally posted by CalJust Made famous by Monty Python.
Last item on the menu: spam, spam, spam, spam and spam
Edit: With a side order of spam.
And to explain the final connection: excessive usenet posts (later extended to email as well) were named after that sketch. Note that spam doesn't have to be commercial; anything which is mass-posted is spam, UCE or UCP is commercial. A lot of spam is UCE/P and a lot of UCE/P are spam, but they aren't the same thing necessarily.