Friday, November 18, 2005

People, people, people...

...is it a full moon or something?

These are some of my search engine hits from last night. I won’t even disturb you with the one about the grandma…sick bastard.

that seventy show generic lyrics
don't call your ex
pics girls on and in urinals
rockin' doopsie junior
rectal thermometers for sexual pleasure

14 comments:

Jen T. (that's me) said...

Bahahahaa! says the girl who plastered her heinie on her blog for public viewing.

the last one is very intriguing... did you see how far down you fell on the list?

Abby Taylor said...

Okay, you caught me. I'm the one who searched for rectal thermometers for sexual pleasure.

Laurie said...

Jen - I just wonder how they arrived at my blog from searching for that stuff.

Abby - See, I told you all that political humor would warp your brain. (Just be sure you use teeny tiny condoms. One should always practice safe rectal thermometer sex.)

LG said...

Rectal thermometers for pleasure?! eeww... anyhow, I was waiting for your comments on Edgars sensational performance last night.

Laurie said...

LG - Were you there? It was amazing. I'm working on a review which I will post tomorrow along with a guide to Old Hippies (of which there were many in attendance). I think I enjoyed Johnny the most. Edgar is an incredible musician, genius in fact. They were both great.

(*splntn* - that's a funny one)

Lonesome George said...

Yeah, I was on row 17 behind you. After Johnny played I noticed Terry and was going down to say "hello" when some other people I know starting talking - before I knew it Edgar was getting ready to crank it up. I hadn't seen Terry in a few years, I figured that was Dan with her, I've never met him.

Johnny might be The Best slide player that ever lived - and Edgar looked great - even a little fat! Phenomenal show - they may never appear (due to J's health) on stage together again... that might have been history, we saw, in the making. In fact, poor Johnny had to leave early and didn't get to do any backstage/after show activities. By the time we heard "Frankenstein", Johnny was already back in Houston.

I'd just wished Johnny woulda done "Bonie Maronie" or "Rock and Roll Hootchie Coo" but it was a treat to see and hear that good ol' Texas Guitar Blues sound.

Peter said...

How the hell did you arrive at thesetopics?

Laurie said...

Peter - On my stat counter, I can check to see how people got to my blog. Sometimes they get here by doing a search on Google or MSJ or Yahoo, etc. The stat counter shows me which search phrases they used to arrive here. I post so often that the search engines pick up a wide variety of words from my blog. I can't imagine the dissapointment of these people when they hit the link and end up here. :)

Laurie said...

Lonesome George - Every time I go to a concert, there is always that one song I want the performer to play that doesn't get played. For me Thursday, that was Rock and Roll Hootchie Coo.

rws said...

Rockin' Doopsie Junior? I could swear I saw him play years back at a roadhouse on a two-lane out in the middle of nowhere. Kickass show. ;)

Laurie said...

rws - Rockin' Doopsie (actually Dopsie - pronounced Doopsie) kicks ass. Were we together when you saw him?

Informant said...

I just arrived at your site from a search engine. I searched.. Black Friday 2005 - Everything You Need to Know. Your site has nothing to do it with it, still it brought me here. I'm trying to get my site indexed on search engine.

Laurie said...

Ptlnikhil - I think my blog shows up on all the searches because I've done so many posts. I think you'll get there eventually if you try to post something every day.

Ed Abbey said...

Ptlnikhil - I think I have told Laurie this before but just blog using the words nude or naked. You will have about hundreds if not thousands of hits for nude (fill in the blank) topics that you would have never thought of.

For me, my biggest blog draw is actually my side blog Maharishiville. I gets tons of hits a day for something to do with that. I do get the occasional weird one like you Laurie. Just yesterday, I got a hit for "traveling 100 miles with cooked turkey for Thanksgiving."