Spammer's Lost So... I firmly believe the global admins at Runboard are the most diligent and creative group on the Internet. Like a spammer decides to flood Runboard one day with hundreds of spam posts and the admins here catch every single one of the attempts. How cool is that? But, I mean, we get used to the great job they do and keep asking for more and better things right?
Now look at this:
Come on Runboard Admins! I have seen your help videos and I KNOW you can beat this guys "spammer caught" video! I want to SEE kitchen spammers kicked into orbit! Show me Spammers meltdowns! Let me see those Russian Brides sent packing. I know you have enough material so show us what happens when a spammer is stupid enough to take on the Runboard team!
Re: Spammer's Lost They were both so polite, and that music at the end was funny. Oh, how I wish I could charge those spammers $10 for every account I have to ban, and another $10 for every post I've cleaned up. I'd have $6790 from that one day alone, not counting the kitchen spammer's hundreds of accounts and posts, or the ones who keep trying to sell financial information.
Re: Spammer's Lost Here's the one I got for $36, along with a foam windscreen for $3. With both USB and XLR hookups, you could use it with your laptop and for making recordings of your sermons for your website. I was skeptical of its quality because of the price, but in addition to the good reviews on Amazon, I found a lot of excellent reviews by podcasters, vloggers, and even singers and other musicians. Mine is scheduled to arrive sometime between Monday and Thursday, in case you want to wait. I can record a comparison with the mic I've been using for my tutorials and the ATR2100.
One thing you'd want to keep in mind is that this is a dynamic mic, so you would have to keep your mouth pretty close to it. Most USB mics are condenser mics, which pick up every little noise both in the room and outside, but a dynamic mic will only pick up what's close to it, to give you a much cleaner sound. This is also where the windscreen comes in handy, of course.