....because I received an email from someone with a name I didn't recognize, but with the title Neo-Scholasticism.
Well, that one I opened, because, well, who wouldn't open an email with that title????
Only to find out that it was yet another spam email for one of those, um, "enhancement" drugs.
It made me laugh out loud. It's one thing to misspell words or oddly space them to get past a spam filter. And I know that they sometimes use random word generators to title spam mails so that filters don't catch 'em. But how unlikely is it for me to get a word that would actually make me want to open it? Unlike, say, something like "cymbal playing monkeys."