For a long, long time my personal email account enjoyed a spam-free existence - the few solicitors who somehow learned my address were filtered out by the built-in spam filters. But lately a few have been getting through. They typically consist of stock tips followed by these bizarre non sequitur-loaded blocks of text. They are probably getting through the filters because the spammers have started to catch on that they are less likely to trip spam filters if they use normal people-sounding names and have innocent-sounding subject lines.
I don't get the text blocks, though. They're not totally random; they have some semblance of Englishy-ness, but not enough to be definitely meaningful sentences. Some of them sound like rather like modern poetry. In the extended post is an example with my own commentary. I didn't want to clutter up our site with this silly text.