Does the phrase "bizarrely specific" carry a negative connotation, opposed to really just about any other way of putting it? Also as a side note, would you consider it associated with advertising and spam?
For example, a few tops hits from putting the phrase into google news and google:
A naked man's bizarre fight with police ended in the fiery destruction of a luxury home Thursday night in Edmonds KOMO News
Bizarre Stunt at Auschwitz: Group Kills a Sheep, Then Strips New York Times
... bizarre hotline that offers sleep-deprived people some weird and surely unhelpful options to get back to sleep.USA Today
5 Bizarrely Specific Sexist Stereotypes in Modern Ads
This man suffered from a disorder known as prosopagnosia, which refers to the inability to recognize faces. This bizarrely specific disorder is due to lesions in the ...
If you had a trivially mundane, bizarrely specific, almost useless superpower, which one do you think would match your personality?
As a reference about this question Connotation and Denotation
This answer explains some of the meanings of some of the synonyms for the word bizarre, but the word also has synonyms such as: peculiar, curious, outlandish, outré, grotesque, abnormal, queer, freaky.