This internet thing continues to hold my curiosity. Every year or so, I take a look at the lists generated by a program that tracks traffic on this blog. And I always get a chuckle from some of the search words that bring people here.
Robot Sam the Answer Man - "156 questions about the world answered by the electrical robot man"
For instance, in the past month, 120 visitors arrived here after googling “judaculla rock.”
That doesn’t surprise because I already knew that radio host George Noory’s mention of the local petroglyph had generated lots of interest.
More surprising is that a search for “the sylva herald camera” resulted in eight visits.
A perennially popular subject, “sarah gudger” brought 26 visits and I’m happy about that because she is someone worth remembering.
People really do search for some obscure topics. Two visits came from people typing in “slong me dorst with the flagdarsh.”
I wonder what some folks were thinking when they were searching the following terms in the past 30 days, and I hope they found what they were looking for here:
actor who had rumination
balinese monkey chant movie
attractive male boxing
bill frisell synesthesia
bob’s place, scatterbrains
can a black panther jump 15 feet in the air
carved ameba drawings in rock
catalpa bean pod smoking
craters of the moon ducktown
diversity and inclusion witticisms
domenic rabuffo mob
dry falls – arguments on what to do with it
eagle speech from fdr
false eyelashes fetish
frog gigging shot in nuts
geranium with slender beaked fruit
he hoots and he toots
how long does a cave salamander defend itself
kephart masa (gay)
man dies, wrapped around drive shaft
my boyfriend is a shape shifting panther yahoo
pictures of slaves after lashings
the synesthesia in “i hear america singing”
tripping on seed pods
truth of mani of snake
uktena jewel forehead
ultima carolina wildflower of america
unexplained of wnc
volcano bald mountain nc 1812
was george masa, gay?
what can you appreciate from I hear america singing
what did 1940s frontiersmen do in their spare time
what eats cheat mountain salamander
what island was it that hogs messed up the ecosystem
what was negrohead mountain called before
FCC Chairman Ajit Pai Speaks On Net Neutrality, Privacy, And Rickrolling - FCC Chairman Ajit Pai joins the Federalist Radio Hour after making announcement to role back net neutrality regulations.
11 hours ago