Anyone with email knows about spam. Although very annoying, I do get amusement from the subject line. Bloggers also deal with spam as spammers relentlessly try to get their comments posted. Whether it be for email or this blog, hooray for filters.
Whereas there is spam, there also is SPAM. Brought into this world in 1937 by Hormel, today’s SPAM comes in a variety of versions as classic, lite, less sodium, hickory smoked, with bacon, with cheese, hot and spicy, single classic, single lite, spread, and oven-roasted turkey.
SPAM’s official website, spam.com, provides numerous resources as product information, games, music, history, trivia, recipes, recipe exchanges, festivals, and countless gift ideas for the hard-to-buy-for person. If you are ever in Austin, MN, don’t forget the SPAM Museum!
You are probably wondering, “What does spam and SPAM have to do with Monday Morning Entertainment?” Well, not only is SPAM a canned classic, it is also the centerpiece for this classic comedy bit. Have a good week!