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There's been a couple of spam-like or at least extremely low quality 'answers' today - firstly one on http://english.stackexchange.com/questions/383723/what-does-it-mean-to-have-a-quick-withttps://english.stackexchange.com/questions/383723/what-does-it-mean-to-have-a-quick-wit (which has now been deleted) and now one on http://english.stackexchange.com/questions/366478/finding-a-word-to-describe-that-which-is-fundamentally-realFinding a word to describe that which is fundamentally real.

Granted,

hi i am piper kimbrel i have a best friend named ella

Isn't actually existing "only to promote a product or service", but it is at best trash and at worst clogging up the user experience for the rest of us and clogging up the servers.

Does this merit a 'spam' flag, or is 'not an answer' good enough? Or is there no difference between them and how they are sorted? It appears to me to be gibberish, and though not actually “fsdguejgkfdlk" would merit spam, but is a 'spam' flag a little too hardcore in this case?

There's been a couple of spam-like or at least extremely low quality 'answers' today - firstly one on http://english.stackexchange.com/questions/383723/what-does-it-mean-to-have-a-quick-wit (which has now been deleted) and now one on http://english.stackexchange.com/questions/366478/finding-a-word-to-describe-that-which-is-fundamentally-real.

Granted,

hi i am piper kimbrel i have a best friend named ella

Isn't actually existing "only to promote a product or service", but it is at best trash and at worst clogging up the user experience for the rest of us and clogging up the servers.

Does this merit a 'spam' flag, or is 'not an answer' good enough? Or is there no difference between them and how they are sorted? It appears to me to be gibberish, and though not actually “fsdguejgkfdlk" would merit spam, but is a 'spam' flag a little too hardcore in this case?

There's been a couple of spam-like or at least extremely low quality 'answers' today - firstly one on https://english.stackexchange.com/questions/383723/what-does-it-mean-to-have-a-quick-wit (which has now been deleted) and now one on Finding a word to describe that which is fundamentally real.

Granted,

hi i am piper kimbrel i have a best friend named ella

Isn't actually existing "only to promote a product or service", but it is at best trash and at worst clogging up the user experience for the rest of us and clogging up the servers.

Does this merit a 'spam' flag, or is 'not an answer' good enough? Or is there no difference between them and how they are sorted? It appears to me to be gibberish, and though not actually “fsdguejgkfdlk" would merit spam, but is a 'spam' flag a little too hardcore in this case?

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The rise of the spammers. Or not?

There's been a couple of spam-like or at least extremely low quality 'answers' today - firstly one on http://english.stackexchange.com/questions/383723/what-does-it-mean-to-have-a-quick-wit (which has now been deleted) and now one on http://english.stackexchange.com/questions/366478/finding-a-word-to-describe-that-which-is-fundamentally-real.

Granted,

hi i am piper kimbrel i have a best friend named ella

Isn't actually existing "only to promote a product or service", but it is at best trash and at worst clogging up the user experience for the rest of us and clogging up the servers.

Does this merit a 'spam' flag, or is 'not an answer' good enough? Or is there no difference between them and how they are sorted? It appears to me to be gibberish, and though not actually “fsdguejgkfdlk" would merit spam, but is a 'spam' flag a little too hardcore in this case?