Tuesday, May 12, 2009

I don't get this

Somebody in Reston, Virginia landed on my blog after doing this Google search at 1:55 AM Eastern Standard Time today.
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8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Yeah, yeah. Enough about you. What about John Altevogt and the fascinating scandals in Kansas City?

Anonymous said...

"John Altevogt exposes more of the media's indefensible prejudice ..."

source: http://www.trueorigin.org/kansas6.asp

Anonymous said...

Apparently you should keep your day job sense you don't know how SEO works.

Anonymous said...

10:36 AM Apparently you should pay attention to the teacher.

Anonymous said...

Wow...4 SHORT comments...like it should be.

Also I understand the SEO statement, but I am unsure who the teacher is?

Anonymous said...

Failed Liberal Newspapers Earn Boot, Not Bailout

When last week's employment report came in a tad better than expected, it sent a chill through the hearts of Washington's Democrats.

If the recession ends, then the bailout frenzy will end, and it will be much harder to hand out taxpayers' cash to political allies. With time running out on the crisis atmosphere, our hard-working public servants put in overtime last week to introduce to the public the next bailout candidate: the liberal newspapers.

Former Los Angeles Times columnist Rosa Brooks captured the mood well in her final column before joining the Obama administration. "It's time for a government bailout of journalism," she wrote, citing such possible steps as tax credits for newspaper subscriptions and more funding for public broadcasting. The parent company of the Times, by the way, is already in bankruptcy.

Anonymous said...

Boston Trolley Driver Had Sex Change, History of Speeding Infractions

The Boston trolley driver who reportedly crashed his train while text-messaging his girlfriend is a transgender 24-year-old who had a female-to-male sex change, FOX News has confirmed.

Trolley driver Aiden Quinn changed the sexual designation on his driver's license and was once known as Georgia Ann Quinn, said Anne Dufresne, public relations director for the Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles.

Per Massachusetts law applicants must provide medical records confirming a gender change for the status to be reflected in official documents.

McClatchy Watch said...

10:36 -- I understand how my blog turned up in the Google search; what baffled me was who would be doing that particular search at 1:55 AM.