What indicates to me that no human being has written that particular post?
Something that registers under a username like 8588kjwe
just a minute before it places its single post,
using the completely braindead repetition of the last line of the post as a title,
including the ".",
forgoing any personal remarks
(I mean not all but most newbies are able to utter one word of introduction in such a situation)
writing stuff that makes you scratch your head (and you did, bloody badly)
and reads like having been ripped off and remixed from some far-out site
(or perhaps milked from a GPT-3 installation, as Google can not find any similar text on the web),
in short, a totally nebular string that can be posted generically in any online forum or channel regardless of what the special interests there might be.
If this does not set the spamdar on beeping alert, click on the profile of this "user" and check (please do not click on!) the website entry to find out why it had to register at all.
Scotlet Amour, a oui, bien sûr, je vais et je viens...!
While some caring admin here meanwhile managed to delete most of the 200 or 300 kiddie-script members that had registered on this site a while ago,
the other well-known site if you look has 125,109 users (all human LiveCode die-hards for sure!)
some of whom even read what gets written and react
as soon as they find a random non-stopword match on a social media site, e.g.
https://forums.livecode.com/viewtopic.p ... 23#p212321
ripping a random Twitter post by a random husband quoting his random wife
https://twitter.com/ddouglasgoody/statu ... 9690978309
Not all that gets posted must make sense --
so user-operated spamdars or admins with botbuster guns be praised