When I tried to use a T8 driver to loosen the bolt I found it stupidly added links, but then I tried to talk about the Bolt, well in that case it didn't linkify. I tried to focus on why, but before I could blink, I found out why. If you blink you might miss out on the spaces. It's all about spaces.
The offending code is found in http://www.myelectriccarforums.com/toolbar/toolbar2015.php
What they should do to correctly fix this is use the \b modifier in all the REs to match word boundaries. E.g., "\bVolt\b".
Excellent example. It's really quite revolting
to see pages so littered with such revolting spam.
(and "evil" is an apt description... making it look like all of us are linking words all over the place!)
The context links really don't take anyone to any monetized resources* anyway, so what purpose do they serve to the forum owners? The car model links just take you to different forums. All of those tags ought to be formatted such as to isolate whole words, not parts of words... and IMO, that should be done at the parser level for each phrase, not bundled into each keyword (which will cause bloat).
The net result will be a whole lot less link impressions, but that's the point -- a whole lot fewer un-targeted mistakes littered all over everyone's posts.
* - ah, I see... many of them are monetized links. That's totally fair. After all, I <3 eMotorWerks and live and breathe JuiceBox, so I sure can't complain about that