Friday, April 29, 2005

Meter reading #11

As promised, it's time for another installment of the ongoing Site Meter saga. This post was supposed to be written about a week ago, but alas, it wasn't. Thanks to my procrastination and to a recent readership increase, there's enough extra fun stuff to justify another edition right after this one. Quickly, feign excitement!

All right, enough chitchat. Here are some more ways people have gotten here since Friday, March 25:

Two Yahoo searches and a Google search for "Secretaries Day."
Technically, it's now called "Administrative Professionals Day," but that doesn't exactly roll off the tongue. It was Wednesday, which means I forgot to remind you of one obscure holiday this week. I won't make the same mistake with Arbor Day.

Google searches for "chimp attacks" and "retired 'chimp attacks.'"
Foolish mortal! Retired chimps can be just as lethal.

A Google search for "'gunslinging' '-Mingus' '-bird.'"
Why can't the bird and the Mingus play with firearms, too?

A Google search for "caribou Gmail."
Well, if he really wants an invitation, I'll give him one.

A Yahoo search for "Ted Sexton."
For a limited time, you can read this post for only 5 cents a word.

Four Yahoo searches for "paranoia, paranoia, everybody's coming to get me."
Four searches? Wow, why so edgy?

A Yahoo search for "scientific creationism social agenda."
Nah, that can't be it.

A Yahoo search for "Ultimate Warrior 2005."
Well, he's pretty scary, but you can't be that afraid of him.

A Yahoo search for "Roy Moore book signings."
OK, I see your point.

Visitors from spam blogs for Florida tourism, sports camps, motivational speakers, sneaker inserts, proms, home loans, and coffeemakers.
Now there's a memorable spring break.

A Yahoo search for "Locust Fork school approval ratings."
Yes, there's a school there. I approve. Anything else?

Three Google searches for "plausible deniability."
Who could possibly need that much public-relations cover?

A Yahoo search for "UA vs. Daniel Moore, Alabama."
Never mind.

A Google search for "Redding Pitt."
For the first time, the Redding-Twinkle showdown is deadlocked.

Visitors from Iowa and Wyoming.
The state total is up to 40, plus Washington, D.C. Surprisingly, Arkansas has yet to make an appearance.

Visitors from Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Denmark, India, Indonesia, Japan, New Zealand, Norway, Philippines, Singapore, Spain, Sweden, and United Kingdom.
No Arubans this time, so you'll have to make do with Danes.

A Google search for "pixelate the morality police."
Sounds like we have a real activist on our hands.


Blogger Nicole said...

My favorite search that led to my blog was:

"stolen panties and rick mercer"


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