Saturday, December 16, 2006
Search Term Extravaganza!
So, I've got Statcounter, and in addition to telling you just how many folks visit your site, it gives a bunch of other information, including the search terms people use when an engine points them here. Some of these make more sense than others- many are fun.
But before we go into that, a quick word to all the people who come here searching for various pieces of media on Youtube. It's because of that damned tag, I know. But, folks, honestly- Youtube itself has a robust search engine which searches its entire collection. It's not like Bittorrent where you have to find a remote host. Everything's at the site. Why are you looking for this stuff on blogs?
And on we go:
"Thou I suppose I'll show all the cool and cold self-control"- I suppose this is a song lyric of some sort.
"Ann Margret's breasts"
"led matrix cocoon club"
"Loch Ness quicksand artwork"
"the best movie I've ever seen blog x-men last stand"- I gave the film a positive grade and all, but let's not push it.
"Raymond Burr abused"- Ladies and gentlemen, I think we've found the non-joke equivalent of "Roy Orbison in clingfilm."
"x men the last stand what bride in movie"- Maybe this is referring to one of those alternate endings.
"fairly meaty mash up"- Led to the BLACK DAHLIA review. Don't ask why.
"breasts shown by flash photography"
"Japanese film quicksand"- And again with the quicksand.
"sexy Cassandra Murata"
"saffy matrix online"- If there's a Saffy Matrix, I want in.
"slightly shady ladies heroes and villains"- Sounds like a superhero strip club.
"richard ayaode girlfriend"
"how to start an awesome wizard's club"- I'd make fun of this, but it'd be downright hypocritical of me.
"how tall is paul dinello"
"pam anderson in masterbation outfits"- I understand people searching for this, I'm just not clear on how it led them here.
And finally, an early and eternal favorite, perhaps because it's something I wouldn't mind seeing myself:
"tracey ullman spandex"
Thanks for reading, and more actual content soon enough.