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The more modern vernacular of the archaic term "junk mail."

In the distant days of yore, scam artists and their corporate brethren would physically print their spam on a substance known as "paper" and placed inside of things called "envelopes," which were then physically moved by something called "the post office" directly to people's homes. From there these "envelopes" would go directly from a small metal box located just outside the residence and into the nearest garbage can.

It is rumored that some primitive societies and failing companies still attempt to use this antiquated method of spamming people with their scams to this very day.
"Oh look, mom sent me a birthday card. It was mixed in with all the analog spam."
by NephilimNexus January 27, 2015
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