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February 13, 2004
Who Googled Me?

There's apparently a connection between, "intersex or sauqui or recitationist or coexistence or villainousness" but I'm not sure I want to know what it is so I'm not googling it to find out. I don't even believe those are all real words.

Someone searched, "neighborhood council piss". My advice? Go. Away.

I'll bet the person who wanted to know, "what did prometheus look like" was hoping to get a photo link.

I hope no one was interested in, "prince charles gay rumor november 2003" for personal reasons (the man has a face like a fish) but it's really none of my business. (Actually, about ten people googled for variations on this theme.)

I've never written, "sample of a note informing that i m going on vacation" and I'm not sure what I'd say.

"Hey, I won't be showing up for work next week. Enjoy the peace and quiet - Anne"

Does that work for you?

For the record, I have never blogged about "killing birds w draino" nor have I blogged about, "pimp behaviors", or even "big weman porn" okay?

Ahhh.... "a man that knows and knows that he knows he s smart you should fallow him"

Fallow, indeed.

I was found by a seeker after, "for the love of god montressor" but they really wanted Poe.

Some rumors you really never wanted to hear about, okay? That includes, "andy rooney hoax homosexuality".

For the person looking for the "billionaire s club email address book 2004" I'm sorry, but I don't have that information. Maybe one of these Yahoo discussion groups would be suitable.

I'm curious to know what someone thought, "inhaled or reevaluating or formed or unacceptable or perry" had in common but not badly enough to google them and find out.

Someone wanted to find, "reagan censorship blog" but I don't think Reagan blogs.

I think some people don't really understand how google works.

"the american public and news media are underestimating the continuing dangers and challenges remaining in country senior german officials have said." Is not a sensible way to google for information.

Nor is, "the main problem of the world is stupidity. i m not saying that we should have capital punishment for stupidity but why don t just take the saftey labels of everything and let the problem solve it self? Seinfeld"

Nor, for that matter, is, "the troubles are slang for the last 30 years of terrorist operations in northern ireland that was triggered by civil unrest and riots in the late 1960 s in the same area."

Someone needs to know, "information of what kind of people live in the bayou" but I don't think I can be of any assistance. Damp ones, I'd assume.

To the person who searched for, "left right liberal conservative what s the difference" let me point out that you're seriously confused.

To the searcher after knowledge on, "affects of big business in the gilded age" please be aware that you are probably want the "effects" and also I recommend Mark Twain's book of the same name, The Gilded Age, because it's about the era in questions but mostly because it's fabulous.

Posted by AnneZook at 01:08 PM


Comments

I actually have a couple good ones this time on my search engine referral list:

"what do humans eat that are fish and are in the food chain you schmucks" is probably my favorite.

"How to write an debatable essay on lawn and flower care" sounds fascinating too.

"Best Christian chatrooms on the web" just mystifies me, but "girls photo pen friend" kinda scares me.

Posted by: Elayne Riggs at February 14, 2004 06:59 AM

Okay, those are at least as weird as anything I've gotten, yes. I'm almost tempted to want to see a "debatable" essay on lawn care...but at the last moment common sense kicks in and reminds me that brain cells do not regenerate.

I love my search engine results. I mean, the very idea that anything I've written could, even in Google's mechanical brain, be considered an answer to those queries is endlessly amusing to me.

Posted by: Anne at February 15, 2004 05:51 PM