I will risk my computer only because I rather see the TOS followed then not report the spam. That is the risk I choose to take. I realize that. Unless I hear a better way I will still do it because I feel it is the right thing to do.
Why on earth would you do that?
The spammer's whole reason for being is to get you to click on the link. You click = happy spammer. You don't click, and report, which means that it's pulled quickly, and nobody else clicks either = unhappy spammers.
Unhappy spammers are good. Unhappy spammers go to friendlier, clickier, (stupider), sites and leave us alone.
I mean, aside from the whole martyr tone, even in a best-case scenario it doesn't actually accomplish
Jes and Craven have said before that if you think it's spam, report it, and the moderators will sort it out. It doesn't have to be this big huge computer-endangering deal.