: He's not a real person; he's a spambot. They post things on message boards,
: comment threads, anywhere they can. You notice how the posts are peppered
: with links? The idea is that the post will get picked up by Google, and
: then the links in the post will increase those websites' relevance score
: and will thus appear earlier in Google search results. And if some idiot
: is confused enough to actually click one of the links, that works for them
: All of the random ramblings are copied and pasted from other, non-spam
: sources, and their purpose is to confuse spam detection software by
: looking like something legit in order to avoid getting flagged as spam.
: I suspect that this user will get blocked by the site admins pretty soon; I'm
: kind of surprised it hasn't happened already, TBH.
Spambot is actually a bit more accurate. I thought he was posting spam to trigger a DOS attack, which is why I said he might be a "DOS bot", but your theory makes more sense.