Monday, March 15, 2010

Searching . . .

I am always intrigued by the search terms that drive people to the blog.

Rather they want to be here or not.

I'm was the #1 hit for a search on "no reason to jump out of a perfectly good airplane." Go figure. But don't jump out of a perfectly good airplane.

I've been Stumbled Upon twice. ouch.

You might be from Montana was good for several trips here.

Hit #6 if you're looking for Latin translations. Potius Sero Quam Nunquam.
My motto. Better late than never.

#2 if you want to mind your fucking language. But don't on my account.

#8 for Mountain cows, and I thought my mother invented that.

One lonely hit for a quote from Gran Torino.

Some poor soul sent five separate searches for Black Velvet Pencils and kept hitting my blog. You might as well search for dodo birds, passenger pigeons or a tyrannosaurus. They are no more.

Most interesting search that led here this go round was - How do you say coyote in Gaelic?

Why would you is what I want to know?


  1. There *is* no reason to jump out of a perfectly good airplane. Ride down with the ship, say I.

    How do you know what searches led to your blog?

  2. If it's flying, stick with it. I've heard too many stories of One turning, one burning to give up on an airplane precipitiously. ;) (Don't hang around with pilots.)

    Sitemeter -- -- the hit counter at the bottom of the sidebar -- has a feature to see the page that referred visitors to the site. Sign up (it's free) put the code somewhere on your page and it tracks numbers and things for you.


  3. Anonymous12:40 PM

    Hmmm... I was searching for coyote references in Scottish legend for a novel in progress:)


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